New Intake 2021 – Copythorne

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Click here for the Starting School at Copythorne guide, which includes lots of useful information including details of transition events and starting school patterns.

Breakfast and After School Club is run by Little Oaks – more information can be found here.

School uniform with logos can be purchased from Skool kit. Please see the documents below for a price list, and a flyer containing free delivery codes.
Price List

All children under the age of 5 are eligible for free milk. Our milk is supplied by Cool Milk, who have produced this leaflet about the service. Please click here to go to the Cool Milk website and register your child ready for September.

Our school meals are provided by HC3S. This leaflet contains lots of information about school lunches including the menu for when your child starts school.

This leaflet contains information about what to do if your child needs a special diet, which needs to be applied for between 1st and 23rd July.

HC3s have produced a video about the benefits of school meals, which are currently free to all infant school children and is available to view on their site by clicking here.

All infant school children are entitled to Universal Free School Meals, but some children are also eligible for further support through Pupil Premium. Find out more here.

To go to the PTFA page on our website, please click here.

Hampshire County Council Term Dates and holidays for 2021-22
Details of our Inset days can be found here

We have sent all new entrants a Tapestry permission form via Parentmail.
To find out more about Tapestry click here.

Our school is a Church of England School. If you would like to find out more information about this, please click here to view this helpful summary, provided by the diocese of Portsmouth and Winchester.

Hampshire County Council SFYC have produced this leaflet about starting school.
Ready Steady School

My Journey travel planning team at Hampshire County Council have produced a guide for parents and carers about safer, active and sustainable travel to school, which will be distributed when your child starts school in September.
There are also additional resources and support to help this transition period for parents on a new section of their website which can be found by clicking here, and in this transition leaflet.

The Virtual School have sent this Guide for parent of Post Looked After Children due to start school in September.