If you are considering Badgerbrook as the school for your child, please have a look at our virtual tour. We are sorry we cannot meet you in person during these challenging times.
Please call the school office to book a telephone appointment if you have any unanswered questions.
Once you have confirmation from the Leicestershire County Council that your child has a place at Badgerbrook Primary School, you will receive a pack from the school containing information and an admission form that needs to be sent back to the school office.
You will be informed of the date and time of the meeting for parents where you will find out all the information you need to prepare your child for starting school with us.
When the school receives the Local Authority list of children starting at Badgerbrook, the Foundation Stage teachers will visit a majority of playgroups to introduce themselves and begin the transition process.
Due to the current COVID-19 situation our usual procedures for New Starters are a little different this year. Click here to find a presentation with lots of information to help you and your child prepare for starting school at Badgerbrook. You can also watch the video on this page.
Welcome to Foundation
Phonics as part of Early Years Learning
Key points of this video are to:
- Understand why we use synthetic the phonics programme ‘Read Write Inc’;
- Know how the programme breaks down reading and writing into small steps;
- Know how pure sounds are pronounced;
- Understand who Fred is!
- Know how to have fun at home helping your child.
Click here for the slides which accompany this video.
Maths in the Early Years Foundation Stage
Click here for a presentation about how we teach Maths
No Outsiders at Badgerbrook
At Badgerbrook we are passionate about our status as a ‘No Outsiders – everyone welcome’ school. We were one of the first schools in Leicestershire to be chosen as part of the pilot project in 2018. Since then we have led the way for other schools in Leicestershire to follow. Children learn about diversity and the Equalities Act 2010 through lessons, drama, discussion and assemblies. They learn and discuss to counter fear and hate in society. We have a commitment to community cohesion through understanding and acceptance of difference.
Our aim is that our children leave primary school happy and excited about living in a world full of difference and diversity, whether that difference is through ethnicity, gender, ability, age, sexual orientation or religion.
Please watch our video about being a ‘No Outsiders’. Ask your children about our ‘No Outsiders’ assemblies and what they have learnt.
The second video tells you about our Route to Resilience work and all about the character muscles we are developing.
Please find below links to some useful information:-