Presentation on theme: "September 11 th 2014. water every day (own fruit may be brought for playtime) PE kits-please make sure your child can fasten and unfasten buttons."— Presentation transcript:
water every day (own fruit may be brought for playtime) PE kits-please make sure your child can fasten and unfasten buttons coats for playtime and when taking part in outdoor learning (later we will ask for wellingtons- names inside please) book bags in every day (just for reading books and homework books please)
That you feel informed about what is happening in school. That you are informed about what we need you to do at home to help your child.
website texts letters - please check book bags. notices each half term we inform you of what your child will be learning
Appointments can be made through the office or directly with the teacher. Meetings will then be arranged at a convenient time. Please let us know what it is concerning so that we can be as helpful as possible. We can only take very quick, short messages as the children line up. Children need to learn to take responsibility for delivering homework/ letters and looking after their own things.
Your child is rewarded for following the rules by being given a Happygram. When 10 have been collected they can be brought into school. A special sticker is awarded at our Friday Good News Assembly. Good News Certificates are given for very good work or good behaviour. We also have a kindness book. A trophy is awarded to one child in each class each week, Stickers are given out in class. Head teacher’s certificates are awarded each half term.
a reminder is given there is an opportunity for the child to think about what he/she has done if the behaviour continues a Happygram cannot be given we will speak to you if we to do this on a few occasions you will be asked to speak to the Key Stage Manager, then to Mr McCorriston Poor behaviour will lead to the withdrawal of special treats such as movie nights
are to boost learning intended to be short term at the moment are to help children to learn more sounds so that they can achieve the next assessment level
Children placed in an appropriate groups according to assessments carried out. Children are assessed every few weeks and may move between groups.
Counting, learning addition facts, learning times tables-10x 5x 2x, applying what you know to larger numbers, taking calculations step by step to help gain understanding. Beat That Test- questions to be completed very quickly- addition facts CLIC test- 10 questions to help assess children’s understanding of week’s work.
This will be given on Friday to be returned by Wednesday the following week- your child needs to take the book to their maths group. Your child will be asked to learn number facts or times tables, practise what they have done in class, or apply what they know. Please keep revising and testing work from previous weeks.
new R Wr Inc scheme- Literacy and Language in place for children when their group have completed the grey books phonic assessments every 4 weeks movement between the groups reading, comprehension, grammar, vocabulary, writing class writing every week
The children read their library books every day in school and change the books themselves. Reading and discussion need to be part of the daily routine at home.
Let your child see you read and read to them Tell your child about interesting things that you have read in newspapers, magazines and books. Visit the local library. Visit bookshops. Sit with your child every night and engage with them in their reading. Please make comments in their reading record book to assist the teachers. Discuss with them about what they have read in the book. Ask them to retell the story. Talk about interesting words and identify words or interesting phrases that they might use in their writing. Occasionally ask them to write the sequence of the story and identify characters.
Every Monday the children will be given spellings to learn for the next Monday. The spellings practise a particular sound as well as the key words that Key Stage One children need to learn. Please keep practising them during the week. Keep the book in your child’s reading bag until the following Monday.
Year 1s- phonic screening check will be carried out in the week beginning June 15th 2015(see school website). Last year 93% achieved the expected level (32 words read correctly out of 40). Year 2s – SATs. Levels are awarded according to teacher assessment and the tests are only used to aid our own assessments. Special request- would you please register your views of our school on the Ofsted website through our own school website? Thank you