Stoke Primary School
Date reviewed by Governors:
Date of next review: Autumn 2022
Appendix A Initial Induction Checklist
Appendix B Pupil Induction Policy
STOKE INDUCTION POLICY
Our aim is to make every child’s start at Stoke Primary School as happy and relaxed as possible.
Children will be admitted into school in September, in the school year in which they are five.
The Stoke transition programme for Reception children enables all children to start on the first day of term in September.
1. Parents Information Evening - held early in the summer term
2. A sequence of three classroom afternoon sessions to enable the children to get to know their new class environment.
3. Transition week - held for all year groups including reception class. For Reception Class the weeks timetable is as follows:
Monday - morning only
Tuesday - morning only
Wednesday - morning and a school dinner
Thursday - All day, including a school dinner
Friday - all day including a school dinner
Years 1 to 6
Following the Admissions meeting children transferring from other schools will be carefully integrated into the appropriate year group using the Stoke Mobility Pathway.
The Mobility Pathway is designed to ensure the right level of support for each individual child to secure the best start top learning at Stoke.
Our aim is that every new member of staff, new parent and new child will be made to feel welcome and given assistance to enable them to become aware of our aims, policies and organisation. We will meet this aim by induction programmes appropriate to the position.
1. NEW MEMBER OF TEACHING STAFF
2. SUPPLY STAFF
INITIAL INDUCTION CHECKLIST
|TOUR OF SITE|
Layout of school
Introduction to staff
Resource and stock areas
|EVERYDAY ROUTINES & EXPECTATIONS|
Checking in and out
Hours of working & Absence procedure
Standards of work
|SCHOOL POLICIES & PROCEDURES|
Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy
Curriculum/Teaching & Learning Policy
E-Safety & Acceptable Use Policy
Feedback & Presentation Policy
Professional Code of Conduct Policy
September Safeguarding/H&S Training
Supporting Pupils with Medical Needs
|SAFEGUARDING AND HEALTH & SAFETY|
EYFS Intimate Care Policy
First Aid procedures
Health & safety Policy
Prevent Extremism & Radicalisation