Presentation on theme: "Back to School Night. Meet the team Grade Leader and P3T Teacher : Terry Tiplady Assistant: Gulshan Babayeva P3B Teacher: Brigette Henk-Gulatowska P3B."— Presentation transcript:
Back to School Night
Meet the team Grade Leader and P3T Teacher : Terry Tiplady Assistant: Gulshan Babayeva P3B Teacher: Brigette Henk-Gulatowska P3B Assistant: Nika Abbasova P3J Teacher: Jean Watt: P3J Substitute Teacher: Sean Barry P3J Assistant: Gunel Bagirli P3G Teacher: Gina Hinds P3G Assistant: Nurana Azizova EAL Substitute Teacher: Patti Elliott
Order of Transdisciplinary Themes Who We Are How We Organise Ourselves Where We Are in Place and Time How We Express Ourselves Sharing the Planet How the World Works
Who We Are Central Idea: Relationships can shape who are in different ways.
Concepts Form Function Responsibility The teacher questions/provocations to drive these inquiries: What makes me special? (form) How do we make friends? (function) How do we take care of our friends and family?(responsibility) How do relationships affect us? How do we help each other to become good people? How do I help others when they feel sad?
Assessment Assess the students’ prior knowledge and experience monitoring their achievement plan and refine teaching accordingly formative assessment – continuous to plan the next stage in teaching and learning summative assessment – Final assessment at the end of a unit of inquiry
English and Mother Tongue Languages Oral language: Listening and speaking Visual language: Viewing and presenting Written language: Reading and writing
Mathematics The mathematics continuum is presented in five strands. Number Pattern and Function Shape and Space Measurement Data Handling
Homework Homework is regarded as an essential part of the overall programme at TISA. We recognise the need for students to have time for play and relaxation but consider the skills of self-discipline and time-management worth acquiring at an early age. P3 students are expected to do approximately 20 minutes of homework per evening including; Home Reading
Home School Communication TISA recognises the importance of clear communication between home and school. Parents are partners in their child's learning. Two written reports Newsletters Parent teacher conferences Student led conferences / Open House (Celebration of Learning) Keep In Touch books (K.I.T )
Housekeeping Teaching Assistants Library PE- sports shoes (no crocs), change of t-shirt, hat and water bottle Birthdays Lunches Outdoor necessities – hats, sunscreen
No Nuts TISA is a nut free school. No peanut, tree nuts No products containing peanuts or tree nuts
P3 Art Field Trip Thursday 25 th September 08:45-12:45 Family Breakfast Tuesday 30 th September 08:30 – 09:45
Dates to Remember 8 th September P3 –P5 Language Workshop 17:00-18:30 10 th September: Mother Tongue Workshop 08:45-10:00 4 th September: Transition meeting for parents who are new to TISA 08:45-10:00 6 th September: Family picnic on the green 16:00-19:00 29 th August parents’ coffee morning TISA 08:45-10:00
Home Room Mothers Work with us organizing special events – parties etc. Educational visits – parent help Organizing helper, speakers and guests Promoting good communications between home and school