Year 6 Open evening 2021

The open evening will consist of a presentation by the Head Teacher and senior staff as well as an opportunity to visit all subject areas and meet our staff and wonderful students.

The presentation will offer an overview of our aims, organisation, curriculum, our excellent pastoral care, extra-curricular activities and our outstanding examination results. This presentation is the first introductory part of our “Welcome to Egglescliffe” reception procedure for parents of Year 6 students. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions and talk to staff and students.

To manage the numbers on site, all visitors will need to book to attend the presentation. A maximum of two places can be booked per family as we have restricted spaces due to our COVID-19 risk assessment for large scale events.

Option 1

Time

Activity

5:30pm

Presentation in sports hall (places must be booked in advance)

6.30pm up to 8:00pm

Visit the subject areas and meet the subject staff

Option 2

Time

Activity

5:30pm up to 7:00pm

Visit the subject areas and meet the subject staff

7:00pm

Presentation in sports hall (places must be booked in advance)

*Prospective parents/students won’t be able to visit subject areas after the second presentation, this must be done prior to the presentation.

The presentation will take place in the sports hall and the entrance is adjacent to the bus bay/turning circle at the front of the school. The presentation will last for approximately 45 minutes. On entering the sports hall you will be asked to show your booking reference and given a copy of the school prospectus which can also be found on our website.

The school site will be open for prospective students and parents/carers to visit at their leisure around the times of the booked presentation. A map of the site can be collected from our student leaders at the entrance to the school gates and there will be a number of student leaders available to help you navigate the school site.

At our large-scale events such as this, we do have a shortage of car parking. If you live in Eaglescliffe it may be advisable not to bring your car to the meeting and, if you do travel by car, could we ask you not to park along Seymour Grove on behalf of the residents as they cannot access their drives. Please can we advise you to arrive in good time for your presentation slot.