At the end of April, we ran a reading evening for parents of children in KS2. This was to show the changes in the curriculum and what children in years 3, 4, 5 and 6 are now expected to do. If you would like the slides from the evening please click here.
If you are a parent of a child in year 3 or 4, please click below for additional notes that were provided as a handout.
Year 3 and 4 support for reading
At the end of March, we were lucky enough to have Emma Wiggs, a gold medal winner at the Paralympic Games in Brazil, visit school. Staff and children were amazed by her story as she has not always been disabled. Life dealt her a bad card when holidaying in Australia when she caught a bug that paralysed her. She told us how she refused to be defeated by her disability. If she couldn’t do something she tried harder or found a different way of doing it. She showed real resilience- something for all of us to think about! Emma managed to spend some time with our sports council and she allowed them to hold her OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL!!
What an amazing opportunity!
Mums and Maths went down a treat (the sausage cobs helped too!)
If you would like the slides from the internet safety and maths evening, please see below.
Internet Safety presentation
Digital Parenting Magazine Issue 5
xbox one profile
Xbox one parent controls
Parental controls on your child’s devices