Teacher/Athrawes - Mrs T. Nicholls
Teaching Assistant/Cynorthwywyr Addysgu - Mrs C. Griffiths
P.E - Our P.E. day is a WEDNESDAY
Please ensure your child has the appropriate kit with them. Pupils need plain black/navy shorts and a plain white t-shirt. Please note that pupils need a change of t-shirt and not are not permitted to wear their school polo shirt.
You are more than welcome to keep the kits in school for the whole term if you wish.
Please ensure your child's name is clearly labelled on ALL pieces of clothing and not simply on their P.E. bags.
Reading - Reading books need to be brought into school daily
Please try to listen to your child read as often as possible.
Remember, 5 minutes each evening is better than 15 minutes once a week!
When you listen to your child read, please write in the yellow reading record book.
Try to talk to your child about the book they are reading, and ask questions about the characters, the setting (where the story takes place) and the plot (what happens in the story), as well as asking them to make predictions about what they think might happen.
Homework - Homework is given out every Friday and we ask where possible, that it is returned on a Monday
Please work with your child for them to complete their homework, but we kindly ask that pupils write their answers/responses themselves.
It is also important that pupils understand what they have written in their homework, so if for example, they are asked to find information about something, they shouldn't simply copy information from the internet, but instead try to put it into their own words. Most homework given is Maths linked to work completed during the week. Every half term there will also be a mini project based on either Science or Topic where we will probably ask you to make something with your child.
Clothing & Personal Belongings
Please ensure that everything belonging to your child is clearly labelled with their name.
Please take a look at our new school lunch menu below
As a school, we are trying to promote healthy packed lunches. So please try to encourage your child to bring a piece of fruit with them and water instead of squash. Every half term we have a `top table` where pupils who have earned the most points for their healthy lunches during the half term can sit and be served their food. They will also be given a fruit platter, water and dips with cucumber and carrots as a treat.