Home reading books can be changed any day of the week but must be in school every day even if they don’t need to be changed. We encourage children to read at least 3 times weekly, completing at least 2 books per week. We will hear your child read regularly in school to assess their progress.
Homework will be sent home the first week of each term and will include spellings and a mental maths challenge.
The children will be doing P.E. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Please ensure water bottles and belongings are clearly labelled.
Congratulations to these children who have achieved their first certificate for neat handwriting.
We enjoy using ‘5 a day’ exercise routines to stimulate our brains for learning and to help us stay fit and healthy.
The school has good partnerships with parents and carers and the work of the family support worker is central to engaging all families. A wide programme of coffee mornings and workshops for numeracy and literacy and managing behaviour is well attended and appreciated by parents and carers.
The behaviour of pupils is outstanding. They enjoy exceptionally good relationships across all cultures, having many opportunities to find out about other communities across the world. Parents, carers and pupils are all extremely positive about safety in the school and pupils’ active involvement in the safety of their environment ensures the pupils have an excellent understanding of risk.
Pupils’ behaviour and attitudes to school are outstanding and pupils thoroughly enjoy school and learning in the extremely calm, harmonious and safe environment.