Thursday 20th September — 6.
We have just completed our first set of assessments and, following discussions between leaders and class teachers, pupil attainment progress is on track to achieve end of year targets.
Please ensure you return your slip to get an appointment. At the start of term, Year 6 parents were welcomed into school to share their learning at Celebration Assembly.
Many of you were able to attend and the children really enjoyed showing off their work so far. Most recently, parents joined us in celebrating Harvest at our recent service.
It was fantastic to see so many of you there. Well done to the children who presented their contributions so enthusiastically!
We received an email from Macclesfield library to say that there had been an increase in the number of children attending the library over the summer holiday following our drive to raise the profile of reading.
Great news and well done to all of you who managed to get there! Staff are working hard to use a range of strategies successfully to manage behaviour. There is still some work to do to ensure this is consistent across all age ranges. We regularly monitor attendance and are pleased to say that this term it has improved overall Thank you to you all for ensuring your child attends regularly.
This will help to ensure they feel a sense of belonging to their class communities and contribute to them achieving their best in their learning. Their role in school is to promote keeping safe in school and in the community.
We introduced a revised homework policy relevant parts shared with all classes at the Welcome Meetings which has been welcomed by parents and pupils. There were some fantastic rockets and other pieces of work on the theme of space. Children are often given opportunities to work across age groups to develop this approach so it permeates throughout school.
It is early days but so far the older children are doing a great job of supporting their learning and ensuring they feel our caring ethos. It was a pleasure to welcome many of you at the Welcome Meetings, held for all classes.
A number of you were able to attend the reading meeting for Reception parents and gained helpful information about supporting your child with their reading at home. It would be great to have more parents attending next half- term. This half-term Mrs Poirrette held three Special Needs Consultation Days with parents and staff to ensure all children with additional needs had personalised plans and where needed, submitted assessments to the Local Authority to gain extra funding.
These processes often take time and your involvement is crucial in ensuring the right support is identified and put in place. As you will be aware from the letter last week, we launched our new initiative today in collaboration with Bee Active to promote active and healthy lifestyles.
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Many of you will have been able to meet Mr Bee and receive some free gifts for your children. One of the enquiries at the Parent Council was regarding our bid for funding to continue to develop and improve our school. Critically, we have secured significant extra funding from the Department for Education for additional resources for pupils and training for staff.
The funding is linked to the priorities on the school improvement plan which were shared with you in summer and are on the school website in the governor section. Our school football and netball teams run by Mrs Church and Mr Acton are now members of the local leagues and have played a number of games.
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