Letters

The class structure for September 2017 will be:

 Vert - Reception - Miss Gollop

 Rouge - Year 1 - Mrs English

 Violet - Year 2 - Mr Price

 Blanc - Year 3 - Miss Bassett

 Noir - Year 4 - Mr Spurgeon

 Jaune - Year 5 - Mrs Coade

 Marron - Year 5/6 - Mrs Cox

Pupils will be meeting their new teachers today.

Scholastic

A total of £491.65 has been taken from the book fair.  The great news is that the school has £196.66 to spend on new books.  Thank you to everyone that came and bought a book!

Scholastic

The school's book fair is open from Monday, 26 June till Wednesday, 28 June from 08.30am - 09.00am only.

Swattenden

Just a reminder that the exciting visit is drawing nearer.  A message for all year 6 children to start organising your suitcase.  Please refer to the information given to help you pack.

We are fortunate to be able to run a Scholastic Book Fair as we have done in the past, next week on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

For this year’s athletic sports day, pupils will be split into six teams which will be led by our Sports Coaches.  Within these teams, your child will take part in six activities throughout the morning, these are: standing long jump, javelin, hockey dribble and bat and ball balance.

Key Stage One (Le Rugby, La Dance and Le Volleyball) Trip to Dover Castle

On Thursday, 13 July Le Rugby, La Dance and Le Volleyball have the opportunity to visit Dover Castle.

The day links in with our theme, ‘Who lives in a castle?’ 

Le Rugby will be performing their class assembly on Wednesday 12 July at 2.50pm.  Miss Gollop has arranged with La Danse and Le Volleyball to go on a school trip to Dover Castle on Thursday 13 July.  We apologise that we have had to change the date, however the school trip was an opportunity that we didn’t want Le Rugby to miss out on.

Thank you for your continued support.

If you would like your child to take the Kent Test, you need to register their details before 03 July 2017. You can register online at www.kent.gov.uk/ola if you wish to receive a paper registration form, please contact the Secondary Admissions Team on 03000 412121.  The Kent Test will take place in September 2017.

If you would like additional information or advice please do not hesitate to make an appointment with Mr Dexter through the school office. 

Dates for Your Diary

Class Photos - Tuesday, 20 June 2017.

Sports day - Friday 7 July, parents are welcome from 10:30 onwards. More information to follow.

Welcome back to term 6, the final term for our year 6 children!

I am pleased to announce that the year 6 play this term will be ‘Oliver’ and I am very much looking forward to getting rehearsals underway for this production. This musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’s classic novel Oliver Twist tells the story of Oliver, a young orphan raised in a workhouse seventy miles outside of London, who runs away and finds himself taken in by thieves. It was written partially in reaction to the Poor Law Amendment Act of 1834, which, among other things, essentially took the rights of citizenship away from paupers, who were interred in workhouses and forfeited their political rights in order to receive aid.

Here is a brief outline of what your child will be learning about this term.

English

In Class 4 this term we will initially be looking at suspense stories. We will look at examples of suspense stories and will then have a go at writing our own.

Welcome to term 6! I hope had a relaxing half term! Below is an overview of the learning we will be exploring this upcoming term. If you have any questions then please feel free to come and speak to me at the end of the school day or organise an appointment with the office. 

Welcome back after the half term break.  We’re ready for another busy term of learning in Year One as well as getting the children ready to move on to Year Two. 

Welcome to Term 6 at Aycliffe Community Primary School!  Our theme this term is ‘Superheroes’ and all areas of learning will be closely linked to this theme.  We have outlined the main areas of learning we will be developing with your child through Term 6; we hope you find this useful.  

Dates for Your Diary

Non-School Uniform Day - Friday, 16 June 2017. More information to follow.

Class Photos - Tuesday, 20 June 2017.

Sports day - Friday 7 July, parents are welcome from 10:30 onwards. More information to follow.

Le Ski de Descente (Class 6) Trip to Dover Castle

On Monday, 17 July Le Ski de Descente (Class 6) have the opportunity to visit Dover Castle and specifically the Underground Hospital.

The day links in with our theme, ‘Dover, after 1900’.  Children in year 6 are studying the effects of World War 2 on the people of Dover.

I am pleased to announce that the year 6 play this term will be ‘Oliver’ and I am very much looking forward to getting rehearsals underway for this production. This is a musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’s classic novel Oliver Twist.

Dates for Your Diary

Sports day - Friday 7 July, parents are welcome from 10.30am onwards. More information to follow.

Pupil Voice

We asked some of the children what they thought about sports day and this is what they said...

Jemima - I worked really hard, I thought we were all working really hard. Some people got medals because they worked really really hard. My favourite part of sports day was all of it because I liked tags and football and hockey stick, it was my favourite. I liked the weather and I liked playing football because it was my favourite and tag we had lots of fun.

Sports Day 2017

Wednesday 24 May 2017

Our Sports Day next week will be a bit different from previous Sports Days.  We will be holding 4 sports tournaments across the day: Football, hockey, tag and handball. 

Sports Day

Sports Day is on Wednesday 24 May 2017.

Pupil Voice

Pupils from La Danse were asked if they enjoyed their class assembly and this is what they said...

Kaylin - At first it was a bit scary but I had a lot of fun. It was scary to begin with because there was some mums and dads I didn’t know but I enjoyed it because I felt grown up. My favourite bit was when I showed my mum my Picture. Codie - I quite enjoyed it because I liked talking, I felt very proud of myself. I liked it when I was showing my triangle, I felt like a teacher because I was standing up in front of everyone.

Information Unfortunately we are no longer able to accept the old £5 notes.

Pupil Voice

Year 6 were asked if they were enjoying their end of SATs BBQ and this is what they said;

Monday 10th July until Friday 14th July

I am pleased to inform you that we are offering your child the opportunity to take part in Bikeability training.

I am pleased to inform you of the swimming arrangements for this year.

Swimming lessons will be provided for Years 2-6 on either Wednesday or Thursday afternoons. These lessons will be in ability based groups which will be organised after an assessment session on Thursday 25 May.

On Tuesday 06 June 2017, Le Ski de Descente are going to the East Kent Science Jamboree at the Discovery Park in Sandwich. 

The coach is booked for 08.45am so would therefore be grateful if you could ensure that your child/ren are in school for 08.30am.  They will arrive back at school in time for lunch.

Thank you for your continued support.

Information

Unfortunately we are no longer able to accept the old £5 notes.

To give your child a really good start for SATs week we are inviting all year 6 children to join us for FREE breakfast from Monday 08 May to Thursday 11 May.

The breakfast starts at 8.00am and the children will enjoy muffins and fruit.

I look forward to seeing your child for the breakfast on Monday morning.

Thank you for your continued support.

Information

Just a reminder that Year 6 have got their SATs Revision class on Monday. Mrs Cox is looking forward to seeing you all there! Please come in through the normal gate in the morning, across the playground to the classroom.

We would like to wish Mrs Coe lots of luck for the future and a fond farewell!

Welcome back to term 5. This is the term in which the children will sit their statutory tests (week beginning 8thMay); the results of these tests are also passed on to secondary schools so they can be used in planning for Year 7 teaching. More details will be sent to you all nearer the time. There will continue to be a significant focus on applying skills in mathematics, spelling, punctuation and grammar. I shall be continuing to teach each morning and use some time in the afternoons to revise work taught and practise in test conditions. Please continue to support me and my team in ensuring that your child completes all set pieces of homework and has plenty of sleep before each school day so that they have the stamina and focus required over these next four weeks.

Here is a brief outline of what your child will be learning about this term.

English In Class 4 this term we will initially be looking at mystery stories. We will look at examples of mystery stories and will then have a go at writing our own. We will continue to develop our vocabulary and grammar, through story-telling and story-writing. Later in the term, we will be looking at explanation texts and will write explanations linked to our science work. Alongside this, we will be looking to improve our knowledge of sentence structures. We will continue to develop our use of connectives and punctuation, including commas, apostrophes and speech marks. We will aim to improve the accuracy of our writing this term, with a further focus on proof-reading our work for errors.

Welcome to term 5! I hope you enjoyed your Easter and had a relaxing break! Below is an overview of the learning we will be exploring this upcoming term. If you have any questions then please feel free to come and speak to me at the end of the school day or organise an appointment with the office. 

Welcome to Term Five!  I have enjoyed getting to know your children as we’ve returned after the Easter break and I am looking forward to the next couple of terms of exciting learning with them.  Below is an overview of the learning we will be exploring this upcoming term. If you have any questions then please feel free to come and speak to me at the end of the school day or pop in to the office to organise an appointment at a convenient time. 

Welcome to Term 5 at Aycliffe Community Primary School!  Our topic this term is ‘In the garden’ and all areas of learning will be closely linked to this topic.  We have outlined the main areas of learning we will be developing with your child through Term 5, we hope you find this useful.

 

Information For our Mufti Day we are pleased to say we have managed to raise £85.72 for the charity Rainbow Trust Children's Charity.

Easter Raffle

1st prize - Easter Hamper - Blue ticket 449 - Lily

2nd prize - Thorntons Chocolates - Pink ticket 644 - Chloe

3rd prize - Thorntons Easter Egg - Blue ticket 417 - Mrs Burnett

4th prize - KitKats and Chocolate Bunny - Blue ticket 428 - Mrs Nix

5th prize - KitKats and Chocolate Bunny - Pink ticket 729 - PCM

In case anyone is buying new shoes over the holidays, we would like to remind parents of the school’s expectations regarding plain black footwear in our uniform.  The plain black footwear should not have any colours or markings; be safe and practical for school e.g. no heeled shoes, flip flops and would only include ankle boots.

Thank you for continued support.

School Disco

The school disco is on Thursday 30 March 2017.  Tickets are now on sale, £2 per ticket.

Key stage 1 disco is 3.15pm - 4.15pm.

Key stage 2 disco is 4.30pm - 5.30pm.

Please ensure that all pupils are collected after the disco by an adult.

School Disco

The school disco is on Thursday 30 March 2017.  Tickets are now on sale, £2 per ticket.

Key stage 1 disco is 3.15pm - 4.15pm.

Key stage 2 disco is 4.30pm - 5.30pm.

Please ensure that all pupils are collected after the disco by an adult.

Pupil Voice

Duckling Diary

Timeo said "The ducklings came to swim in the water, they knew how to swim already.  They had a poo in the water whilst they were swimming.  The ducklings have gone home today, I feel sad.  I think that they will get eaten when they are older."

Olly said "The ducklings have been playing 'Peak a Boo' with the class.  The ducklings have got a lot bigger this week.  They are so fluffy.  They have been drinking a lot of water.  Yesterday the ducklings had a swim for the first time, they also had a walk around on the carpet.  Today the ducklings have gone out, I will really miss them."

At Aycliffe Community Primary School we are always looking at ways to promote good attendance.

63 pupils achieved 100% attendance last term, which is fantastic news! Well done to those children and their families. However, this does mean that 64 were absent during Term 3 for at least one day!

To ensure that we keep focussed on raising the attendance, the Local Authority School Liaison Officer is working with us on “Project 96”. The aim of this Project is to ensure that every child is achieving at least 96% attendance. Anyone whose attendance is below 96% may be involved.

Our school is inviting you to consider standing for election as a parent governor or to nominate another parent to do so. There is currently two vacancies for parent governors.

Pupil Voice

Book Day

Year 6 pupils were invited into Reception today to read to them.

Brandon said they listen really well, the book reminds me of the olden days when I was in Reception.

Welcome back to term 4. This is our final term before the children sit their statutory tests in May. There will continue to be a significant focus on applying skills in mathematics, spelling, punctuation and grammar. Towards the end of term we will focus on test techniques, after which children will take a number of practice tests. All tests will be re-visited with the class to address misconceptions. Please continue to support me and my team in ensuring that your child completes all pieces of set homework.

I hope you enjoyed the half term holiday. 

Here is a brief outline of what your child will be learning about this term.

English

In Class 4 this term we will initially be looking at traditional tales. We will look at examples of traditional tales and will then have a go at writing our own. We will continue to develop our vocabulary and grammar, through story-telling and story-writing. Later in the term, we will be looking at persuasive language and will write persuasive letters. Alongside this, we will be looking to improve our knowledge of sentence structures. We will continue to develop our use of connectives and punctuation, including commas, apostrophes and speech marks. We will aim to improve the accuracy of our writing this term, with a further focus on proof-reading our work for errors.

Welcome to term 4! I hope you and your children had a relaxing and enjoyable half term. Below is an overview of the curriculum content and learning we will be covering this term. If you have any queries throughout the term then please come and speak to me at the end of the school day or organise an appointment with the office.

Welcome to term 4! Below is an overview of your child’s learning and development. 

Welcome to Term 4 at Aycliffe Community Primary School!  Our topic this term is ‘On the Farm’ and all areas of learning will be closely linked to this topic.  We have outlined the main areas of learning we will be developing with your child through Term 4, we hope you find this useful. 

Pupil Voice

Key Stage 2 will be learning about Ancient Egypt, they were asked what they were looking forward to learning about and these were some of the answers:

Casey said that she wanted to find out about the Gods, the way that they talk, how many people lived in that time and the timeline.

Lauren said that she was looking forward to designing her own amulet and decorating it with all sorts of patterns.

We are pleased to let you know that we are organising a special day in celebration of book week on Friday 03 March 2017.

Pupil Voice

Pupils in Le Ski de Descente have been working collaboratively in small groups to make a fair ground ride that rotates by electrical power.  The class have been thoroughly engaged in this project and Mrs Cox is very proud of them and their work.  There will be photos of their rides on Facebook so keep an eye out.

Some of the pupils were asked what they thought about their project.

Hayley and Lily made Easter Rush and this is what they said “We thought of Easter because we are both born in spring.  It was really hard at the beginning because whilst we were trying to get the motor to work, other things were breaking.  When we got the motor done, the switch wouldn’t work.  With a lot of hard work and fixing we got it to work.  We have really enjoyed making it.”

Pupil Voice Today

La Danse and Le volleyball were lucky enough to have had a visit from the Zoo Lab. This is what they thought about their experience;

Kaylin said “I didn’t really like the spider, it was gigantic and it had lots of red bits on it.  I really liked the snake because it was long and wriggly.”

Lillie-Mae said “I liked it but I got scared a little bit because they had animals that I didn’t like, like the scorpion and the lobster.”

Pupil Voice

New story telling area in Le Volleyball

Pupils in Le Volleyball have voted to name their new story telling area - The Super Story Tent.

Parent and teacher meetings will take place on Monday, 06 February from 3:30pm-5:00pm and Wednesday, 08 February 5:00pm-7:30pm.  We would like to see all parents to share your child’s achievements and targets, either at the meetings or for a Structured Conversation.

Celebration Assembly

Taylor for thinking of some excellent descriptive labels and sharing them with the class.  Well done!

Billy for working with purpose and sharing your knowledge of fact families with your learning partner.

Welcome back to term 2 which always promises to be exciting and busy! Below is an overview of learning and development. Please do not hesitate to speak to me if you have any further questions.

A Happy New Year to everyone from Mrs English and Mrs Harrington. It has been great to welcome back the children, happy and healthy after their Christmas break and it is pleasing to see how quickly they have settled back into their school work. Following the recent changes, we are now known as Class Five and have the French name of ‘La Musculation’, which Mrs English assures me means ‘Body Building’!  We are fortunate to have both Miss Hayward and Mr Richards working with us in class this term.

La Plongee (Class 4)

English

In Class 4 this term we will initially be looking at recounts and diaries. We will look at characters from our class novel and will write diary entries for those characters. We will consider how viewpoint affects how events are recorded within a diary. Later in the term, we will be looking at traditional tales and will continue to develop our vocabulary and grammar, through story -telling and story writing.    Alongside this, we will be looking to improve our knowledge of sentence structures. We will continue to develop our use of connectives and punctuation, including commas, apostrophes and speech marks. We will aim to improve the accuracy of our writing this term, with a further focus on proof-reading our work for errors.

Happy New Year and welcome to term 3! Below is an overview of the curriculum content and learning we will be covering this term. If you have any queries throughout the term then please come and speak to me at the end of the school day or organise an appointment with the office.

Welcome to term 3! Below is an overview of your child’s learning and development.  Please feel free to speak to me if you have any questions. 

Welcome to Term 3 at Aycliffe Community Primary School! 

Our topic this term is ‘Weather’ and all areas of learning will be closely linked to this topic.  Within this topic we will be looking closely at; developing our understanding of the world through looking at the changes to the environment in winter and exploring and investigating different types of weather.  We have outlined the main areas of learning we will be developing with your child through Term 3, we hope you find this useful. 

Welcome back!

Celebration Assembly

Olly for persevering with division and making great progress.  Well done!

We hope you have a fabulous Christmas and a wonderful New Year from all the staff at Aycliffe Community Primary School.  See you back on Tuesday 03 January 2017.

Christmas Raffle

1st Prize - Beautiful Hamper - Vinnie

2nd Prize - £50 Voucher for Hythe Bay - Hayden 

3rd Prize - Cricket Tickets and Chocolates - Taylor

4th Prize - Ski Lessons and Chocolates - Luke

5th Prize - Family Swim and Puzzle - Blaise

6th Prize - Tin of Shortbread - Nirubiga

7th Prize - Bag of goodies - Dennis

8th Prize - Chocolates and Candles – Dennis

Mr Hoffmann will be leaving the school at the end of this term to widen his experiences before completing his NQT year.  We would like to thank Mr Hoffmann for his contributions to the school, especially his Rama and Sita play for India, and wish him well for the future.

Le Tennis (Class 6) will be performing Rama and Sita on Thursday, 15 December 2016 to parents.  The performance will start at 2.30pm.  The children would like to invite you to come and watch their performance.  We look forward to seeing you there.

Thank you for your continued support.

Earlier in the school year you would have received the school calendar fridge magnet,  which contained the schools contact details, a calendar for the academic year and a promotion of the Sugar Smart campaign.
Kent County Council would like to receive your feedback on the school calendar fridge magnet and your thoughts on the Sugar Smart message. Please click on the link below to complete the short survey and provide your comments, this will only take 2 to 3 minutes.
https://kentcc.firmstep.com/default.aspx/RenderForm/?F.Name=BRdmSDK27dm&HideAll=1

Thank you for your continued support.

Pupil Voice

How do you think the day went with author Helen Moss?

Jayden said that he thought the day was brilliant – he loved it.  He said that he really enjoyed building the mystery story and making up villains, Dr Wayne and Dr Einstein. Hayley said that she thought the day had gone really well, she learnt a lot of stuff to do with mysteries.  Hayley said that the whole class worked really well together.  She enjoyed the afternoon when she got to actually write the story.  The class had planned it in the morning and in the afternoon Hayley was able to write her scene.

Pupils in Le Ski de Descente (Class 7) have decided that they would like to watch the BFG at the end of term. The film is an animated version, which is classified as a PG (due to some scenes of moderate violence).
If you have any concerns with your child watching the BFG please contact the school office or speak to the class teacher.
Thank you for your continued support.

Our school is inviting you to consider standing for election as a parent governor or to nominate another parent to do so. There is currently one vacancy for a parent governor.

Christmas Raffle
If anyone would like to make a donation as a prize for the Christmas Raffle it would be greatly appreciated.  All money raised from the raffle will go towards the Woodland Area.

Pupil Voice

Archaeology with Mrs Harrington

Mrs Harrington has taught Year 6 Pupils today all about archaeology. 

These were their thoughts…

Pupil Voice

After Le Tennis had their conversation with a school in India via skype, I asked them “What did you enjoy about the conversation with the school in India?”

Ella said that she liked the fact that they did Taekwondo in their school and she liked it when the pupils talked about themselves and what food they liked.

Bethany liked hearing about what they liked to do and she liked it when one of the pupils started to sing for them.  Bethany said that the pupil sounded good but she found it hard to understand.

Every winter brings the possibility of snow and ice.  Extreme bad weather can cause widespread and prolonged disruption.  School are often affected and it can be difficult to maintain an education service.

On the 06 December pupils in year 6 will have a wonderful opportunity to work with children’s author Helen Moss whose work includes the popular ‘Adventure Island’ series. 

Thank you for all your kind contributions towards our cake sale.  It was another great success! The children thoroughly enjoyed it and we are pleased to say that we have raised £195 for Children in Need.

Welcome back to term 2 which always promises to be exciting and busy! Below is an overview of learning and development. Please do not hesitate to speak to me if you have any further questions.

I hope you enjoyed the half term. We’ve now begun the lead up to Christmas. The children have picked up from where we left off, working hard in lessons and engaging in the learning. Together we have carried on with our work on Diwali in English building up to performance for an Indian School.

We both hope you had an enjoyable extended half term holiday. 

Here is a brief outline of what your child will be learning about this term.

Class 4

English

In Class 4 this term we will initially be looking at Aesop’s fables. We will explore the characters in the stories and the moral for each story. We will also be telling fables to our learning partners and will then write a fable of our own, with its own moral.

Welcome to term 2!

Below is an overview of the curriculum content and learning we will be focussing on this term. If you have any questions during the term then please feel free to come and speak to me at the end of the school day or organise an appointment with the office.

Welcome to term 2! Below is an overview of your child’s learning and development.  Please feel free to speak to me if you have any questions. 

Welcome to Term 2 at Aycliffe Community Primary School! 

Our topic this term is ‘Autumn and Winter’ and all areas of learning will be closely linked to this topic.  Within this topic we will be looking closely at; developing our understanding of the world through looking at the changes to the environment in these seasons and the different events that take place.  We have outlined the main areas of learning we will be developing with your child through Term 2, we hope you find this useful. 

Pupil Voice

A child from each class was asked 'What they were thinking about and how it made them feel during the Remembrance Silence?' and here are their answers.

Charlie said that it made her think about why it is good to raise money for the Royal British Legion.

Taylor said that he was thinking about all the children and how they would have felt during the war.

Jessica said that she felt sad and that she was thinking about all the soldiers that died during the wars.

Anthony said that he was thinking about all the soldiers that died fighting in the wars.

Riley said he felt like he was there on the last day of the war and he was thinking about all the soldiers that fought for us.

Maya said that the assembly made her think about all the soldiers that had to leave their families to fight the war and how they gave up their lives for us.

On Wednesday 16 November we are inviting parents to come to an open afternoon starting at 2.45pm to learn about our three school STOPs to bullying. During the afternoon parents will work with their child on a poster to tell everyone about our STOPs to bullying. There will be a prize for the best poster in each class which will be announced during the celebration assembly on Friday 18 November. The event will be a chance for all of our parents to demonstrate their artistic talents! 

Pupils Panels have selected five charities that the school is supporting this year including Children in Need. As you are aware we are having a cake sale this week as part of our fundraising for Children in Need.

Additionally, children may come to school on Friday 18 November wearing spots on some or all of their clothing in exchange for a £1 donation.

On Friday at 11am we will holding a two minute silence and each class will lay a poppy wreath they have made.

We would like to invite parents and families to join us for this short reflection. If you would like to be part of this reflection please arrive by 10.50am in order to be seated in the hall. 

Cake Sale

Pupil panel children have organised a cake sale to raise money for their chosen charity for this term which is Children In Need.

Pupil panel children have organised a cake sale to raise money for their chosen charity for this term which is Children In Need. 

Teachers Quotes

"Children have shown real enthusiasm in being involved in pupil panels and promoting our school's British Values!” by Mr Price

"We are really pleased with the children's learning behaviour across the school since the start of the year!  Year 6 children are models of good behaviour for younger pupils.  Well done everyone!" by Mrs Cox

Introduction

This document sets out the school’s procedure for addressing complaints. It should be used only when informal attempts to resolve problems have been unsuccessful. If you have any concerns about the school or the education provided, you are encouraged to discuss the matter first with your child’s class teacher at the earliest opportunity. The school considers any concerns very seriously and most problems can be resolved at this stage.

Please note that this procedure does not apply to issues concerning the curriculum, collective worship, admissions, exclusion appeals, decisions about your child’s special educational needs or grievances by or against staff. These are the subject of separate procedures.

All other complaints are handled by the school according to the arrangements set out below.

Celebration Assembly

Maizie for throwing herself into Class 6's schedule and a super attitude to learning in Maths!

Summer for carrying on your learning journey at home, producing a fact poster on Wales.

Parent and teacher meetings will take place on Monday, 10 October from 3:30pm-5:00pm and Wednesday, 12 October 5:00pm-7:30pm.  We would like to see all parents to share your child’s achievements and targets. 

The meetings will be with your child’s class teacher:

Celebration Assembly

Jessica for always thinking carefully about her work and for producing accurate, neat writing.

Celebration Assembly

Imogen for beginning to persevere when learning gets tough.

After carrying out a safeguarding risk assessment we have installed new locks to our main vehicle and pedestrian gates. 

We have the school photographers in tomorrow (22 September 2016) to take photos of the children. 

Dear Parents,

RE: Le Danse (Class 2) Fieldwork - Exploring our local area

Celebration Assembly

Sienna for improved learning behaviour since the start of term.

Daniel for persevering with your times tables and trying to increase your speed.

Aycliffe Community Primary School Attendance Policy

Aycliffe Community Primary School is a community where children’s rights are learned, taught, practised, respected, protected and promoted. Pupils and the school community learn about children’s rights by putting them into practice every day.

The school would like the community to have additional opportunities to see what your children are doing at school.