Teacher Mrs K Frost Lewis, Teaching Assistants Mrs K Davies, Mrs Z Dycer and Mrs J Jeffery
Oak Class Termly Booklet – Summer 2019
This term we shall be exploring Treasure Islands
Y5+Y6: Please make sure you continue to record your reading in your Home-link books ( at least 3 times per week ); to be checked as part of our reading reward scheme.
For Thursday 23rd May 2019
As the children have worked so hard for their tests this week, there is no homework for next week. Please continue to read at least three times and to record it in the Home-link book.
Regular reading improves literacy, communication and social skills. We try to encourage home reading by using our reading rewards system. If pupils read regularly (three times a week) they can earn rewards, such as: stickers, bookmarks, rubbers and lucky dips. Please record reading in the Reading and Home Link Book and remember to bring it in every Friday for checking. HAPPY READING !!
Please note that in the Summer Term 2019 Swimming will be on Tuesdays and outdoor P.E. will be on Thursdays; please make sure you have the correct kit in school.
Please note that in the Summer Term 2019 Swimming will be on Tuesdays and outside P.E. will be on Thursdays; please make sure you have the correct kit in school.
Our philosophy is to challenge your children during their final years at primary school, so that they leave Thornford, knowing they have achieved their best, and are ready to access the demands of the secondary curriculum. This philosophy is nurtured through our commitment to personalised learning and systems designed to help your children achieve in a positive learning environment. For the Year 6 children, we have the senior pupil and playground Leader scheme to encourage leadership skills. Areas covered include: Personal Development – Being a member of the school council; taking part in a residential visit and good behaviour. School Commitment – Being a Playground leader and supporting the lunchtime supervisors; participating in clubs; raising money for charity. As a learner – Achieve a Gold Team point certificate; Achieve personal targets in English and Maths; undertake independent research (topic and personal project). Communication Skills – Help to sort out problems in school; Speak in front of an audience (assembly); show fair play and sportsmanship. Personal Presentation – Wear school uniform smartly; always have PE kit and appropriate footwear for lessons and matches; take pride in your environment and encourage others to do the same. Leadership skills – Cooperation with other pupils and adults; be a role model for younger children; reliability; building trust with pupils and adults and helping others. Senior Pupil Certificates will be awarded at the Leavers Service in July 2019. You can do it… Go for it!