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Welcome to Fleetville Junior School
Timings of the school day 8:45amArrive and meet teachers (first day line up with teacher) 8:55am Registration 10:15am-10.30am Morning break (buddies first week) 12:15pm-1.15pm Lunch time (buddies) 2.30pm-2.40pm Afternoon break (buddies) 3.30pm Home time (You might like to agree a place to meet. If you are delayed your child will wait at the office).
Getting to school We encourage walking and cycling when possible. Drivers, please use Morrisons car park.
School Dinners Pupil choice menu system 3 options: –Vegetarian cooked meal (green) –Cooked meal (red) –Packed lunch (yellow) MENU ON WEBSITE
Packed Lunches Packed lunch—named box Boxes need to be placed in the class tub No fizzy drinks or sweets Snacks – fruit or vegetable
Lunchtimes Rota each week for order of eating Packed lunches and school dinner children can eat together There are lots of lunchtime activities to take part in
PE Kit Plain white or blue t-shirt Blue shorts Trainers or plimsolls Tracksuit trousers for the colder weather Please make sure all clothes are named! Access through the School website or directly at: www.simplyschoolwear.co.uk
Other Optional Equipment Pencil case Art shirt Water bottle Please can these all be named!
Medicines If your child needs prescribed medicine you will need to complete a form which is downloadable from the website. Inhalers / allergies: it is essential that we know.
Homework Weekly homework. Two books are provided for this Reading – will be given a book and reading diary Times tables Link and Learn: learning journal
S ocial & E motional A spects of L earning
Building Learning Powers Learning To Learn
Resilience being ready, willing and able to lock on to learning Resourcefulness being ready, willing and able to learn in different ways Reflectiveness being ready, willing and able to become more strategic about learning Reciprocity Being ready, willing and able to learn alone and with others
Parental involvement Parent Reading Assistants Classroom helpers Librarians Going on trips Design Technology assistants Any specific skills PTA Homework
Frequently asked questions What’s the best way to support my child’s learning? What methods do you use to teach maths? How often should I hear my child read and what should I write in the Reading Diary?
Useful websites for parents helping children http://www.leics.gov.uk/helping_your_ch ild_with_maths-2.pdfhttp://www.leics.gov.uk/helping_your_ch ild_with_maths-2.pdf http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/parents/pr imary_support/http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/parents/pr imary_support/ http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Parents/Sch oolslearninganddevelopment/HelpingYo urChildToLearn/DG_4016596http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Parents/Sch oolslearninganddevelopment/HelpingYo urChildToLearn/DG_4016596
Orange Class – 3M, Mrs McDonald, middle classroom Red Class – 3F, Ms Feather, end classroom Yellow Class – 3P, Ms Page, first classroom