Y6 Transition Evening: Submit Your Questions
Moving to secondary school is a very important stage in the life of your child and you will want to feel comfortable with the way that the new school works and with the values that it represents.
Every community deserves a school to be proud of and, with our dedicated team of child-centred staff, and an Ofsted rating of ‘good,’ we feel that we are well placed to send every child into an ever changing world able and qualified to play their full part in it.
With this in mind, we believe that the transition process should begin as early as possible so that all students can look forward to starting secondary school. To facilitate this, we offer a comprehensive programme of events for prospective Y6 students, and parents, which commences with our Y6 Information Evening in September.
Given the government’s current restrictions on mass gatherings, we will be recording this year’s event, and making it available on our website and social media from 5.30pm on Wednesday 16th September. You will be able to access this conveniently on smartphone, tablet, laptop or PC.
Our intention is to inform you about:
• our transition programme for 2020-21
• our Y7 curriculum
• our core principles, such as The Rawmarsh Way
We would also like you to hear from some of our students for a first-hand account of what life is like as a student at Rawmarsh Community School, and we will, of course, provide you with some useful staff contacts, should you wish to get in touch with us about any specific queries.
To help us keep you up to date with all the events in our transition programme this year, and to give you, and your child, the opportunity to put your questions to our student ambassadors in advance of the recording, we would be really grateful if you could complete a brief Google Form which you can find below.
We sincerely hope that you find our content informative and we look forward to welcoming you, and your child, on to our school site in the near future once the government’s remaining restrictions are lifted, and it is safe to do so.