Important Information

  • Please arrive on time for school. School starts at 8.45 am and finishes 3:30 pm.
  • PE is on a Tuesday morning with Mr Haxby (sports coach) and on a Wednesday afternoon. Please ensure appropriate clothing is in school for both indoor and outdoor activities.
  • Please ensure you put your child’s name in all of their uniform (including P.E kits) so that we may return lost items.
  • Please remember to bring children’s reading diaries every day as we will be reading consistently throughout the week.
  • Please remember to sign and comment in your child’s reading diary as they should be reading at least 3 times a week.
  • Homework is given out on a Friday and is due back on Wednesdays.
  • Spellings will now be given out as an addition to the weekly homework. This will be sent out every Tuesday and the children will be tested the following Tuesday.

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Friday 17th November 2017 CHILDREN IN NEED 50p Non-School Uniform day


This half term we have had the exciting opportunity of having chicks in school. So far the children have watched them hatch into 10 gorgeous chicks! The children are really enjoying watching the chicks grow and learning all about the life cycle of chickens. We are also having meerkats coming to visit our school, which will be another fantastic learning opportunity for the children!

I am really looking forward to the run up to Christmas. The children will soon be beginning to learn the Christmas play and I am sure you will get to hear a taster of some of the songs in weeks to come!

We look forward to getting to know you and your children better over the course of this year! If you have any questions about how your child is doing at school, please don’t hesitate to contact, myself (Miss Rawson), Mrs Martin or Mrs Ryder. 

Thank you,
Miss Rawson

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End of year Goals

  • Mathematics

    • Count reliably to 20 forwards and backwards.
    • Order numbers 1 – 20 forwards and backwards.
    • Say 1 more/1 less to 20.
    • Count in multiples of 2 and 10.
    • Know number bonds to 5.
    • Use number bonds to 10.
    • Knows tens and units for teen numbers, making amounts with 10p coins and 1p coins.
    • Add & subtract two single digit numbers by counting on or back.
    • Solve practical problems involving doubling and halving (knows doubling as x2 and halving as ÷2).
    • Can share objects into two equal groups.
    • Recognises and finds half of an object or shape.
    • Tell the time to o’clock and half past.
    • Sequence the days of the week.
    • Knows the four seasons of the year.
    • Uses terms morning and afternoon correctly.
    • Create, recognise and describe simple patterns.
    • Use mathematical language to describe shapes and everyday objects.
    • Recognises and names common 2D and 3D shapes.
    • Recognises the coins 1p-20p.
    • Can talk about the size, weight, capacity, position and distance to compare quantities and objects and to solve problems. (for example, long/short, longer/shorter, tall/short, heavier than/lighter than).
  • Reading

    • Secure at reading stage 3.
    • Blend CVCC/CCVC words.
    • To read stages 1-3 high frequency words.
    • Join in with rhyming strings.
    • To enjoy rhymes and poems and recite some by heart.
    • Read and understand simple sentences.
    • Demonstrate understanding when talking with others about what they have read.
    • Retell a familiar story with considerable accuracy.
    • Make plausible predictions about the plot/characters using knowledge of the story and own experiences.
    • Show awareness of full stops within a text and understand why they are there.
    • Understand the terms; page, word, line, letter, space.
    • Point to a full stop in a text.
    • Knows difference between fiction and non-fiction text.
  • Writing

    • Write simple sentences which can be read by themselves & others.
    • Leaves spaces between words.
    • Write own names correctly.
    • Begin to write clearly demarcated sentences.
    • Use capital letters and full stops to demarcate sentences.
    • Capital letters for personal pronouns.
    • Clearly demarcated sentences.
    • Use correct grip.
    • Write name (correct upper & lower case).
    • Correct letter formation for familiar words.

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