Forest School (Term 5):
Please remember to send your children in with suitable Forest School clothing on a Monday.
- Long sleeve t-shirt
- Full length trousers
- Warm jumper/fleece
- Sun/winter hat
- Waterproof coat/ trousers
- Sun cream (applied before school if needed)
Swimming (Term 3&4):
- Your child will need to bring their swimming costume and a towel.
- Important information from the swimming teachers: girls must wear a one-piece swimming costume. Children with long hair should wear it tied up. Boy's trunks must not come down below the knee. All jewellery must be removed. If it is not possible to remove it (religious reasons or nearly pierced) parents must put this in writing and send it to the school.
- Blues will swim Thursday PM
- Choral will swim Friday PM
Arriving and leaving school
- Drop off - 8.35am via the 'Staff Entrance' doors.
- Pick up - 3.10pm. Please collect your child from the slope. We will bring the children over and line them up to release them once we have seen the adult collecting them.
- If your child is being collected by a different adult, please let the office know.
- PE will be on Wednesday morning school with Mr Baynton.
- Your child should come in to school in their PE kit and will remain in it for the day.
- One piece of homework (either Maths, English or Topic) will be set for your child on Seesaw every Friday.
- In addition, they will have spellings set on Spelling Shed and timetable activities on Times Table Rockstars. It is also really important for your child to read at home 4-5 times a week for at least 15 minutes and record this in their reading record.
Fruit and Water Bottles:
- If your child does not have fruit provided by school, you can include some for them to have after the morning break.
- Snack should be a piece of fruit or some vegetables.
- Please send your child to school with a filled water bottle as we are unable to provide drinking cups.
- Your child should bring a coat, lunch box/bag, water bottle and can bring a school book bag or rucksack.
- Your child should not bring in any additional items such as stationary, toys or fidget toys unless agreed by the class teacher.
Knowledge organisers are a summary of the key facts, essential knowledge and vocabulary that pupils need about a unit of work or a curriculum subject.
Term 1 and 2: