In this section you will find information about each class, including the teacher’s name, the class curriculum or topic plans and information of what each class is learning about and evidence of work.
The school values the the Impact of Parental Involvement and as a result provides regular opportunities for parents to support their child’s learning.
Children are expected to read, with their parent/carer, at home on a regular basis, preferably daily. This supports the children in all areas of English. All children have Reading Records for parents to comment on their children’s reading.
To further develop reading across the school, all children from Year 1 to Year 6, are set Guided Reading homework. Again, this gives the children the opportunity to develop their English skills further. This work is followed up in class with the teacher which makes the Guided Reading sessions more interactive.
Homework is set on a weekly basis from an appropriate point in Reception to Year 6, on a Monday night, where the children are given a piece of English and Maths homework alternately. All homework will reinforce the learning taking place in the classroom, this homework is intended to develop the children’s organisational skills in preparation for secondary school.
We expect you to give your child every encouragement and support their efforts. A cheerful, positive attitude on your part will ensure that homework does not cause undue stress and anxiety for you or your child. Parental interest in children’s work is greatly appreciated, and the willingness to give time and effort at home is valued highly in school.