Parents

Parents’ Information

Parent and carer partnership We actively encourage parents and carers to become involved in their child’s education.  Our home school agreement sets out our expectations as a partnership. Parents are encouraged to support their child’s learning through making daily use of their child’s home school communication book.  Teachers also communicate in this book along-side information …

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Friends of Reed School

Friends of Reed School (FORS) Charity no: 1091180. Friends of Reed School, or FORS as we are affectionately known, are your school PTA. We are here to provide a supporting arm to the school, and we do this is a variety of capacities. We fundraise tirelessly to help from a monetary perspective, whilst also offering …

School Uniform

We expect children to wear uniform, details of which are listed below. BOYS Reed School maroon sweatshirt Grey trousers White polo shirt Grey socks, and black shoes. GIRLS Reed School maroon cardigan Grey skirts, pinafores or trousers in winter White polo shirt Pink checked dress in summer ‘Sensible’ low black shoes PE Reed School maroon …

School Meals

A school meal costs £2.55 per day and the Junior class can pay for this by +Pay within Parentmail Hertfordshire Catering Limited provide our single choice school lunch, please view the menu below: Single Choice Menu Please register for Universal Free School Meals if your child is in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. If your …

Special Educational Needs

We are an inclusive school which aims to meet the needs of all children. Our individual tracking system ensures that early intervention strategies can be put in place to help children with particular needs. Mrs Wittich, the SENCO can be contacted on 01763 848304 or email head@reed.herts.sch.uk        

Activities & Visits

At Reed First School, we offer a wide range of after school activities including sports, performing arts, yoga, gardening and carpet bowls. To enhance the children’s learning experiences and understanding of the wider world, we regularly invite visitors to the school.  These include; visiting pantomimes, dance workshops, faith groups, travelling museums and even the occasional …

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Partnership

Our school is based on a partnership between pupils/staff and parents/carers. Throughout the year parents/carers have the opportunity to meet with class teachers. This may be by the formal consultation evenings held in the autumn and spring terms or by individual appointments made with the class teacher when the need arises. However we have an …

Useful Links

Coronavirus advice In these challenging times we need to focus on maintaining children’s and adult’s mental health. Some of the resources below will help you talk to your child and help your child talk to you about how they are feeling and some general well-being advice about having to stay in for you and your …