On behalf of the Staff, Governors, children and parents, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you and your family to Mini St. Mikes. We are delighted that you have chosen our school as the foundation stone for your child’s educational journey and trust will be one of enjoyment and learning for your child and one that they will look fondly back upon in years to come as well as one of partnership with you.
You as the parent, have a vital role to play in your child’s education and so we begin our association with you by extending the hand of partnership to you and look forward to working with you to fulfil our school Mission, Vision and Motto.
The information links are an important source for all new parents to view and digest. It may seem a daunting task to have to do this, but it is VITAL that you as the parent do have an overview and an understanding of what is expected.The information below and links will enable you to enrol your child at our school once the acceptance letters have been received.
With best wishes,
Ann-Marie Grant – Headteacher
A Step By Step Guide for Parents to Follow
Here is a step by step guide on what to do by when as you prepare your child to join Mini St. Mikes. We ask that you follow each step to ease enrolment. Please take time to familiarise yourself with the information and complete the all important forms by the deadlines given. Thank you.
STEP 1: Proof of Address and Date of Birth
You will have already received a letter about bringing your child’s proof of ID/Birth Certificate, upon receipt of this you will be sent a letter giving details of the Welcome Evening for Mini St. Mikes.
STEP 2: Enrolment Forms – Please follow each link and complete the forms and return them to the School Office. STEP 3: School Lunch & Milk Information
The children can have a school lunch on site in the main hall. There is a cost for this. We will ask if your child is going to have a school lunch at the school visit.
STEP 4: General Information STEP 5:
PTA Letter of Welcome
STEP 6: Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) Clearance In Order To Help In School
We welcome parents coming into help in school and also at school events. However, in order to do this parents MUST have a 'Disclosure Barring Service' (DBS) clearance. If you would like to help in school or help at PTA events, please complete the form below and follow the instructions for getting a DBS.
Wrap Around Care Information - this is
currently not available for Nursery aged children