Welcome to Class 7!
Dates for you diary 2019/2020:
(Subject to change)
Friday 15th November - Children in Need
Monday 2nd December - Harbour lights (TBC)
Thursday 5th December - Christmas Fayre
Wednesday 11th December - Junior shows (1:45pm & 6pm)
Monday 16th December - Carols by Candlelight
Wednesday 18th December - Y3/4 Christmas party
Monday 3rd February - PARENTS EVENING
Thursday 6th February - Autumn Attendance Assemblies
Friday 14th February - INSERVICE DAY
Friday 13th March - Red Nose Day/Sport Relief
Wednesday 1st April - Make Easter eggs
Thursday 2nd April - Display Easter eggs
Thursday 23rd April - Spring attendance assemblies
Thursday 30th April - Elections (Nursery closed)
Monday 4th May - KS1 SATS begin (TBC)
Friday 8th May - Mayday Bank holiday
Monday 11th May - KS2 SATS (TBC)
Friday 22nd May - INSERVICE DAY
Wednesday 17th June - Sports Day
Wednesday 24th June - Provisional Sports day
Friday 3rd July - Full day rehearsal @ Customs house
Monday 6th July - Full day rehearsal @ Customs house
Tuesday 7th July - Summer Spectacular
Basic Skills is a big part of our curriculum and the children continue to improve their numeracy and literacy skills every morning and afternoon.
We have PE on Tuesdays. Please ensure children have their kit in school at the start of every half term and then at the end of term, they need to take it home to be washed and returned on the first day of a new term.
Homework is given out every Thursday. Homework books must be returned no later than the following Tuesday.
Homework consists of Spellings (tested every Tuesday morning), times tables (tested every Tuesday afternoon) and My Maths. If children have no access to the internet at home or cannot complete homework at home, they are welcome to go to homework club on Mondays and Thursdays after school and during Thursday lunchtimes.
Children will also given usernames and passwords for My Maths, Prodigy and Times Tables Rockstars. They will also be able to access their weekly spellings online via 'Spelling frame,' which contains spelling games, spelling lists and online tests to support their learning.
Children are asked to bring reading books into school every day. Children who bring in reading books everyday will have more opportunities to read in school and change their books. If reading books are brought back each day and there is a signature/parent comment left in reading records, then children tick the reader of the week chart in class and have the opportunity to win house points and prizes.