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Frequently Asked Questions

1. How much is dinner money?

Presently the daily cost is £2.40, paid through ParentPay online. You must make sure your account is in credit at the beginning of each school day.

2. What time does school start?

At the present time, we are operating staggered start and end times in line with our risk assessments for minimising the spread of coronavirus.

3. Where can I buy uniform?

Touchline supply our school jumper/cardigans and Beamont school tie. These can be purchased directly from Touchline.

Touchline UK 
Liverpool Road

01925 413777

4. How do I make an application for a school place?


An application for for nursery can be obtained from the school office or visit here.

Main School - Admissions into Reception Class:

By law children must receive full-tim education from the beginning of the school term following their fifth birthday. Contact Miss Holmes to arrange a virtual visit or for more information.  Applications can be made by visiting here.

Warrington Borough Council Admissions Coordinate Places: 

The number of places available at school is published annually and the school cannot exceed that number, which is allocated with regards to available accomodation within the school. There are 60 main school places in each year group. 

WBC has admissions appeal procedure. For further details regarding appeals or school admissions, please contact 01925 446226.

5. What should I do if I think my child is being bullied?

Advise your child to speak to an adult in the school. This can be any member of staff that they feel comfortable with. You may also wish to support your child by talking to the teacher with them. We would encourage that they report any incident to the class teacher as they can observe behaviour during lessons and advise lunchtime staff as necessary. We take accusations of bullying very seriously and any incidents are dealt with appropriately and with speed. If you are concerned about your child, please speak to a member of schools senior leadership team and never approach a child or their parent.

6. Can I park at the school?

We do not have car parking facilities on site. Our school gates are closed at all times and vehicles are not allowed on site between 08:40 - 09:10 and 15:00 - 15:30. The school is situated on residential roads and we ask parents to park legally with due consideration for our neighbours. For those parents/carers with blue badges, we have a disabled space at the front of school.

7. Can my child cycle to school?

Yes, your child can cycle if they are accompanied by an adult or if you give permission for them to cycle alone or with friends. A secure cycle park is provided on site.

8. Can my child walk to school alone?

No, all children in KS1 must be accompanied by an adult. If you wish for an older child to walk to school alone we must receive a permission letter from the parent with parental responsibility. This information will be held on their data collection sheet.

9. What should I include in my child's packed lunch?

We encourage healthy eating and expect parents to choose healthily when creating a packed lunch. An example of a healthy packed lunch would include: 

  • A sandwich (no peanut butter or nuts)
  • A wafer biscuit e.g. KitKat, Blue Ribband etc. 
  • Yoghurt and piece of fruit
  • Bottle of water or juice
  • No sweets, fizzy drinks, nuts or chocolate (unless covering a wafer biscuit)

10. What do I do if my child has lost a piece of clothing?

Parents must either sew a name label into clothing or write the child's name in indelible ink. If an item goes missing your child must inform the class teacher and teaching assistant and look in the lost property box in each school year. We will do our utmost to find lost items but we are unable to provide a replacement.

11. Where will my child go when they finish Beamont in Year 6?

We offer varied support in the transition from primary to secondary school. This process includes a parent's meeting, workshops and transition booklets. Due to our geographical location, our pupils go on to various secondary schools across Warrington, including Kings Leadership Academy, Beamont Collegiate Academy and Padgate High School. More to be seen on our "High School Links" page.

12. When will my child start in Reception?

Usually, children join Reception class in the September before their fifth birthday.

13. Can my child bring toys into school?

No, we normally discourage children from bringing toys into school, unless the class teacher has specifically requested that they do. Please always check with the class teacher.

14. When is the best time to speak to the teacher if I have a question?

We would discourage parents from trying to talk to a teacher in the morning or afternoon at the school gate as we are trying to minimise face to face conversations due to the coronavirus pandemic.   Please telephone the school office or send an email via beamont.office@wpat.uk to make contact.  We can also make appointments in the school office for parents to see the class teacher or another member of staff.

15. Are there any after school clubs for my child to attend?

Due to our current timetabling restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic, we are not offering after school clubs at present.  We do hope that we can introduce our wide range of clubs as soon as possible.

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