I hope you all had an enjoyable half term and the children are rested and energised for what will be another packed half term of exciting learning opportunities.
In order for each of our children to BE THE BEST THEY CAN BE, teachers and parents need to meet together to celebrate successes, agree next steps and share information. This term, individual parent consultations will be held on Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th March.
The consultation slots are only 10 minutes so please make sure you arrive on time to avoid them running over. If you feel you need more time than this then please make an extended appointment directly with the teacher.
If you are unable to meet your child’s/children’s teacher during this week or if meeting after school is difficult for you then please speak to the class teacher and they will arrange another time to meet with you that is mutually convenient.
How to sign up for an appointment:
Nursery, Reception & Year 2 - on the sign-up sheets on the notice boards outside the classroom doors. The sheets will go up on Thursday 28th February at 8.30am.
Year 1 – on the sign-up sheets which will be located on the Yr 1 notice boards by the entrance door in the car park. The sheets will go up on Thursday 28th February at 8.30am.
Years 3, 4 & 5– the sign-up sheets for these classes will be stuck on the outside of the school office from on Thursday 28th February at 8.30am.
Year 6 there will be a table near the school gate from 8.40-9.05 and 3.25-3.45pm on:
- Thursday 28th February
- Friday 1st March
- Monday 4th March
- Tuesday 5th March
If your child is in Year 6 then you will need to sign up to see their Maths, Writing and Reading teachers – please make sure you are aware of who these are.
If you are unable to come into school to sign-up for a slot then please either let your child know what days/times are convenient and they can sign up for you or write a note to the teachers with preferred times and days and they will arrange this for you.
The importance of meeting with your child’s teacher and being aware of their targets does play a crucial part in the development and progress of their learning so please make every effort to take the time to meet with your child’s/children’s class teacher.
Finally, please HERE to see a service update from FIT FOR SPORT and ........... RED NOSE DAY is fast approaching ! Today in assemblies the children watched a short film all about Red Nose Day, and were asked to start collecting coins to donate on the day. All the children have been asked to collect as many coins as possible in a special container that they have at home. This container and coins should be brought in on Friday 15th March. Remember….. how much each child contributes is NOT important. The aim is that everyone brings in something, and that by doing so, they will have given up a treat of some description. Red Noses can be purchased from the school office from Wednesday 27th February for £1.25 each. Please try to bring in the correct money. Thank you everyone.