Greenfield Community College are finding new ways to welcome Year 6 students to school this year.
The school says it’s important that students are given opportunities and information that will allow them to feel confident and secure about their transition to secondary school.
Ms Davis is communicating with Year 6 students and their families allowing a two-way relationship to be established; providing a range of information, helpful signposting and personal correspondence that helps to prepare for the future.
Greenfield are working hard to provide support to help young people and their families feel comfortable and an integral part of their new school
Contact with primary schools has also been an important part of the process understanding the requirements of each and every student.
Students have also been offered an invitation to introduce themselves, with the opportunity to complete a welcome booklet ‘Tell us about you’ involving helpful activities to complete.
A special Transition Year 6 web page has been created on the Greenfield website with a bespoke welcome video.
Further correspondence includes a welcome pack with individual details about their House, a letter from their tutor, the school handbook, The Achiever Newsletter and practical information such details about uniform and where to purchase.
Parents can contact Ms Davis or Miss Lumsdon at any point should they need any further information by emailing [email protected]