to be a class advocate for their child’s class. So far we have:
Alaa Zounaghi, Parent of Lina In Nursery
Carole mum of Olivia 6A
Leigh Scott, Parent of Frankie RS
Emma Baird & Haida Bernia, Parent of Betsie 1E and Maysa 1E
Kathleen Clarke, Parent of Patrice 4B
Sacha Tarsia, Parent of Alex 4L
Miriam Longcham, Parent of Charles 6M
As you can see, we do not have all the classes represented!
Do you want to nominate a parent that you think would be good to do this? if so, speak to Sue Braniff and she will ask them!
Look out for your class advocate as they will be collecting your mobile number to set up a WhatsApp group.
Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school, from the quality of teaching to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. The survey can be completed at any time; you don’t have to wait until the school is being inspected.
We will use the information you provide when making decisions about which schools to inspect and when.
Please visit the website to log your views
Come along on Tuesday 7th February 2017 at 9.15am and meet our new school nurse Yasmin Begum.
Yasmin will be talking about minor ailments and ways of preventing them and treatment.
This session will be in our Community House in the KS1 playground.
Pre school children are welcome to attend with parents.
Are you looking for work? do you need to retrain?
On Tuesday 28th February we will be joined by Richard Shawley from Smart Training.
The training course is for Childcare level 1 & 2 which includes how to prepare your CV, interview and work skills.
Please speak to Sue Braniff at school if you wish to attend.
The course is designed to develop your skills in reading and writing and give you the confidence to plan, draft and proof read writing at an advanced level. It will also introduce you to the Level 1 and level 2 Functional Skills exam criteria. Thursdays 12.45pm-3.00pm
This course will help you improve the Maths skills you use in everyday, work-related situations. You will compare money offers to choose a better pay package or switch a utility provider. You will learn how to calculate bank charges so that you could manage your account and finances better. Fridays 9.15am-11.30am
If you would like to attend any or both of these classes please come along to the Community House in the KS1 playground.
You can also email Sue Braniff (Family Support Worker) at email@example.com
We will be holding an information session and assessment meeting for parents wishing to find out about volunteering opportunities in our school.
Thursday 23rd February 9.00am-11.30am
Thursday 2nd March-18th May 2017 9.00am-11.30am
WELCOME TO MATHS WEEK 2015!
There will be a lot of exciting things happening this week, here’s what to expect!
Children will be taking part in a Maths Trail around the school
Come and join us for a parent workshop this week – sign up in the mornings, look for Mrs Braniff or Mr Peppard! (Year 3 – KS1 Playground and Years 4-6 – KS2 Playground)
All sessions are at 11:15-11:55
TUESDAY – YEAR 3
WEDNESDAY – YEAR 4
THURSDAY – YEAR 5
FRIDAY – YEAR 6
This will be an opportunity to find out how you can support your child at home as well as playing some exciting Maths Games!
AFTER SCHOOL PARENT AND CHILD MATHS WORKSHOP
All Years 4-6 Parents, come along to the Parent and Child workshop after school (15:35-16:45) on Thursday 12th November in the KS2 Hall. We will be playing some maths games, with a bit of competition!
DRESS UP DAY
Friday 13th November:
Come to school dressed as some maths equipment – dominos, dice, calculators, cards, rulers etc. – There will be a small prize for the best dressed!
All children in KS2 will have the opportunity to take part in a competition. Their task is to come up with a song, poem, rap, movement etc. to help children to learn their times tables! Again, prizes for the winners!
Please speak to your children about all the fun maths activities that are taking place this week… I hope to see you at the workshops!
Maths (Tuesday) and Literacy (Thursday) for adults is being provided by the Idea Store at St Elizabeth School. The learners are parents from our school and adults from our local community.
Here is a photo of the Literacy class. For information on parent/ carer classes, please contact Sue Braniff at school.