Anti Bullying Week 2017
This year’s Anti Bullying Week theme was – “All Different, All Equal”. The slides on the document can be shared with your child about the feelings they have around bullying. Bullying is a serious issue in schools and one we work hard to teach the children about in terms of the impact such behaviour can have. It is never something any one should experience but by teaching the children about the ways it can be stopped and dealt with it should help them to feel confident to speak about it. We hope that you find the information useful.
Throughout the academic year 2017 -18 homework will be set for each year group via a range of different activities every half term. Children are expected to complete one activity per week and to hand it in on Thursdays. They should complete each activity once. It is our hope that by setting homework in this way, it offers families a more flexible approach and parents more of an opportunity of supporting their children’s learning. Activity grids will be put on the school web site under Year Group pages. Please click on the documents below for further details.
The slides from the presentation given by Mr Soyka about next year’s residential trip to Stackpole can be found at the link below. We hope that you find them useful. If there is anything further information that you require please speak to Mr Soyka.
SECONDARY TRANSFER OPEN EVENINGS 2017
Please find a link to the list of time and dates for the secondary transfer open evenings 2017 – 2018. A secondary transfer meeting for Year 6 parents will take place very soon after we return to school in September. You will be given the time and date in early September.
May you also make a note that the Year 6 school journey to Stackpole Outdoor Learning Centre takes place during the week of the 2nd through to the 6th October 2017.