When I wrote my blog last week I was feeling very excited about the prospect of going over to Birmingham for the Young Voices performance at the Genting Arena and I can confirm that it was an amazing night. The concerts seem to get better every year and our school were part of a choir of 6,369 children; the largest read more…
It’s only 5 days until the Singapore Bar Workshop. Don’t forget to come along at 3:30 on Tuesday 23rd January to learn all about this new method of supporting the teaching and learning of mathematical skills.
I must say that I am very excited whilst writing this as our Young Voices choir have just left and I am off to Birmingham later to watch them perform at the Genting Arena in this year’s concert which I know will be amazing.
A very warm welcome back to everyone following the Christmas break; it’s good to see you all once again and to start making plans for the new year ahead. I must admit that I have been very impressed with the positive work ethic and attitudes that I have witnessed in classrooms and hope that we manage to maintain this in read more…
On Tuesday 23rd January at 3:30 I will be holding a workshop to introduce parents and carers to the Singapore Bar. This is used to support the teaching and learning of Maths. It would be great if you could join us. Children are most welcome. N Staddon
There is a round up of some of the exciting things that happened at school last term on the Qegsmat website – click here to find out more.
The weeks with no lists are for children to learn how to correctly spell incorrect spellings from their own work.
Between Christmas and half term we will be doing the topic Peasants, Princes and Pestilence in Y5, Your task ideas are here: PPP-Home-learning-ideas-1 Please bring in as you complete them – you don’t have to do them all – choose ones that interest you and your helpers at home. The Y5 team
Well done to staff for their ‘cash instead of cards’ – and parents for their kind donations at the Christmas Concert : we raised £125 for Breast Cancer Research.
Thanks to the children and parents who entered the Blog Box competition this week; it’s lovely to see people taking the time to respond and make an effort. Well done to Jack and his mum, the lucky winners of a bag of chocolates each when their names were drawn out of the box. I’m going to do one more week read more…