Children born between 1st September 2013 and 31st August 2014 are eligible to start Primary School in September 2018. An application pack can be obtained from Schools Admissions.
For detailed information on admissions, please refer to the relevant pages on the Herefordshire Council Website:
You can read the current Herefordshire Council admissions arrangements, which includes oversubscription criteria, here: Reception Admissions 2018/19
For access to on-line payments for school meals, trips, milk money etc., please visit the Tucasi website:
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Please have a look at this useful guide to E-Safety: A-Z-of-E-Safety
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2017 National Curriculum Tests for Key Stages 1 and 2: Information for Parents
Please click on the link below to find out more about the National Curriculum tests (SATS) for children in Years 2 and 6:
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After School Clubs
If your child wishes to sign up for a club for the Summer Term, you will need to complete and sign the new Clubs Letter: Clubs booking form summer 2017
You can read our Privacy Notice here: Privacy notice May 2017
National Curriculum Tests
2016 sees an overhaul of the national curriculum tests (commonly referred to as SATs) for both Year 2 and Year 6 children to match the newly updated national curriculum. These guides provide information on what parents/carers can expect and how they can support their children in the run-up to the tests.
ASSESSMENT WITHOUT LEVELS
The following information summarises how we assess pupil’s achievement and measure attainment and progress of the new National Curriculum.
The system was created by a small working party of local schools in Herefordshire with external input and advice from an independent advisor who works for the DFE.
School Uniform Suppliers
School uniform is available to purchase from Clubsport in Leominster, or can be purchased on-line from Tesco.
To purchase school uniform from Tesco, please click here:
The document below gives details of Luston School’s Mission Statement and School Development Plan, explaining how we encourage everyone to participate, excel and be proud of their achievements. Key development priorities for the school are also explained:
The Parent Toolkit is a website full of ideas to help parents/carers and children aged up to 13 enjoy maths together:
School are required to share a Statement on British Values on their websites. Please click the following link to read our statement:
Books / Literacy
Here is a link to a useful website to find out about different books for children of all ages:
or why not find out about our local libraries and what they have to offer: