Admissions to the School
Children due to commence Primary 1 in September are those who are of compulsory school age (i.e. children who reach their fourth birthday on or before 01 July.
* It is important that all prospective parents/guardians read the open enrolment information and admissions policy carefully.
Arrangements for Admission
If you have a child who is due to commence Year One in September please ensure you return a completed official SELB application form to the school. You must include a copy of your child’s Birth Certificate with your child’s application form.
Parents of prospective Year One pupils or any other prospective parent may visit the school on our ‘Open Day’ . You will be able to see our facilities and meet the teachers who will help to shape your child’s future.
During the summer term children to be admitted to Year One in September will be invited to come to the school with their parents to meet the teacher and to be provided with additional information.
Visiting the School
It is the aim of Killyman Primary School to involve parents in the education of their children and to inform them as fully as possible about the children’s progress. The arrangements for consultations are as follows:-
a) All parents of prospective P1 children will be invited to meet the Principal and class teacher and view the classroom and school premises in June.
b) Entrants who have previously attended another school:–
A meeting will be arranged with the Principal and prospective teacher/s of the child or children.
Parents will be welcome to view the school premises.
Parents will be invited to functions in the school prior to their child’s enrolment e.g. concerts, fun evenings etc.
a) Parents will be invited to an information meeting with the class teacher in September.
b) Parents will be invited during the year to discuss with their child’s teacher their educational progress.
c) Parents will be invited to the school to take part in such activities as Open Days, Carol services, concerts, sports days and special events as they occur from time to time.
d) Parents also have the opportunity, when and if the need arises, to visit the class teacher or Principal if a problem occurs. Parents are encouraged to do this before a minor problem becomes a major one.
Parents are very welcome to come to school to discuss their children’s progress.
Parents should telephone the school whereupon the Principal and/or class teacher will arrange a meeting at the earliest possible date.