Please find below the important information you need to know for your child coming into school in September. Please take the time to familiarise yourself with any new changes and our one way system for dropping off and collecting your child. Also you can find about your child’s new class and watch a special message from your teacher. We will be adding to this section as we go. Please do let us know if there is anything that you would like us to share with you.
If you have any questions or require any further information, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to help.
Important information about your Child’s class and school
Arriving and Collecting your child
Please click on the link below to see a video of our one way system and the door that your child needs to arrive at and be collected from
Please ensure that you remember social distancing when you are on the school site and ensure that you supervise your children at all times.
Children will select their lunch in the morning from an A, B or C choice. Our school meals menu, which runs on a three week rota can be viewed by following the link below.
School Uniform fosters a sense of belonging and helps children to feel part of our school community
It is worth noting that a school badge jumper is not essential so please do not put your family under any financial pressure to purchase one. Should you require a school badge jumper, please order on line as follows:
- LOG ON TO TOTSTOTEAMS.COM
- CLICK ON TO SCHOOLS AND THEN SEARCH SOUTH STANLEY OR CLICK ON THE S AND SEARCH FOR OUR LOGO.
- Select to have the items delivered to you at home.
For full information on our uniform please refer to our Parent Handbook and our letter sent 9.6.2021 (links above)
Everything you need to know about Class 2
Class 2 Teacher – Miss Judd
Welcome to Class 2. Please enjoy a very special message from your Teacher,
An Important Message about Reading
At South Stanley Infant’s we love reading, and we want all our children to become lifelong lovers of books. We know that reading at home with their families has a huge impact on the success of our children. Research shows that regular reading has a positive effect on children’s reading skills but also develops other areas such as concentration and empathy. It is a fact that children who read regularly tend to do better in all areas, so we aim, through sharing our approach to reading, to support you in reinforcing positive reading habits with your child.