Frequently Asked Questions

Currently, the daily cost is £2.40 and is paid online through ParentPay.

We operate staggered start times for each class/key stage. Visit The School Day for more information.

We expect all children to wear uniform to school. Please click here to read more information.


An application form for nursery can be obtained from the school office. As our school takes 2 year olds, children can be entered on the list in date order from their second birthday onward.

Main school - Admissions into Reception Class

The admission arrangements for our Reception class can be found here.

By law, children must receive full-time education from the beginning of the school term following their fifth birthday.

Warrington Borough Council - Admission Coordinate Places

The number of places available at the school is published annually and the school cannot exceed that number, which is allocated with regards to available accommodation at the school. There are 45 main school places per year group. Further details regarding this information can be obtained from the school office or by clicking here.

There are multiple members of staff to contact at school, dependent on the nature of your query.

All calls: 01925 495 567 - a member of the school office will forward your call to the relevant person.

School Office:

Class Teacher:

Welfare Team:

Attendance Officer:

Our on site parking is for staff only - please can we ask that if parents are parking near the school, that they do it with consideration for our neighbours.

Please refrain from idling near our school - our mini police officers have worked in conjunction with Warrington Borough Council. The purpose of the campaign is to increase awareness of air quality and the impact idling can have on it. Read more here.

Yes, your child can cycle to and from school if they are accompanied by an adult or if you give them permission to cycle alone or with friends. We have a bike rack available. All bicycles are left at own risk and we recommend using a bike lock. We are unable to provide bike locks.

All children in KS1 must be accompanied by an adult.

However, if you wish for an older child to walk to school alone we do need a permission letter from somebody with parental responsibility. The information will be held on their data collection sheet for reference.

We always promote healthy eating and encourage our parents to make healthy choices when putting together a packed lunch for their child.

Please be aware that we are a NUT FREE school. We have children at school who have severe nut allergies and would require medical assistance if they came into contact with any nuts. Therefore, please ensure your child's snack/packed lunch do not contain any nuts. 

We ask that parents should label all clothing that comes into school. If an item goes missing, your child must inform their class teacher and teaching assistant and also look in the lost property box. Each Friday after school, we will have a lost property table outside the school office for parents to check for items.

We offer support in the transition from primary to secondary school. This process includes parents' meetings, workshops and transition booklets.

Due to our geographical location, our Year 6 pupils will move to various secondary schools across Warrington including Penketh High School, Great Sankey High School and St Gregory's High School.

Usually children join Reception class in the September before their 5th birthday. Please read our Admissions section here, or for further advice speak to our school office staff.

We do not allow toys in school, unless the class teacher has specifically asked their class to bring something in. Please always check with them.

We operate a ParentMail system - please speak to a member of our office staff. Newsletters are always available on our school website or you can also request a paper copy from the school office.

We would discourage parents from trying to talk to a teacher in the morning as they are busy preparing for the school day.

We would advise you to speak to the teacher at the end of the school day after all the children have been dismissed. We can also make appointments in the school office for parents to see the class teacher or another member of staff.

We have WASPS link club on our site which provides before and after school childcare. Click here for more information.

At Evelyn Street, we offer a variety of clubs for different age groups. These run after school normally from 3.15pm - 4.15pm. Clubs change every term and you will always be notified in the first week of the new term so that you can apply. More information available here.

We encourage parents to get involved in various ways from attending trips to individual reading. We have a small fundraising team (PTA) and would welcome new members with new ideas and contacts. If you work for a company that is able to sponsor or donate to fundraising in the school please email

Each year we will have two video call parents evenings via ParentMail, one classroom open evening to give children the opportunity to show case their work to their family, and one face to face teacher meeting.

We have worked to ensure that our building is accessible:

  • We have 3 disabled access parking spaces on site.
  • Each of our ground floor external doors have a ramp to ensure easy access for all.
  • All entrance points are accessible via ramps and handrails or on one level.
  • We have a digital signing in pad at reception with variable heights.
  • We have 2 accessible toilets with emergency pull cords and changing facilities.
  • Should it be required, risk assessments will be put into place for any children who have difficulty accessing the first floor via the stairs.