Breakfast Club for Year 6

Pupils in Year 6 are invited into school at 08.30am from Monday 08 May until Thursday 12 May for a free breakfast treat before their SATs.

Celebration Assembly

Aaliyah for sharing home learning with the class.

Victoria for being resourceful in Maths during multiplication and arrays.

Alexis for persevering with your learning and exploring ways to challenge yourself.

Kirsty for thinking of ways to make her writing more interesting by using adverbs and objectives.

Ryan for maintaining a consistently good score in his arithmetic work.

Pedro for maintaining a consistently good score in his arithmetic work.

Lewis for maintaining a consistently good score in his arithmetic work.

Esme for maintaining a consistently good score in his arithmetic work.

Sophie for maintaining a consistently good score in his arithmetic work.

Shanice for maintaining a consistently good score in his arithmetic work.

Jasmine for maintaining a consistently good score in his arithmetic work.

Harry for working hard to improve his arithmetic work.

Jack for working hard to improve his arithmetic work.

Ryan for working hard to improve his arithmetic work.

Cameron for presenting some excellent examples of constructing triangles with a ruler and protractor.

Lauren for presenting some excellent examples of constructing triangles with a ruler and protractor.

Sarah for presenting some excellent examples of constructing triangles with a ruler and protractor.

Carla for presenting some excellent examples of constructing triangles with a ruler and protractor.

Sara for presenting some excellent examples of constructing triangles with a ruler and protractor.

Maya for presenting some excellent examples of constructing triangles with a ruler and protractor.

Tyler for presenting some excellent examples of constructing triangles with a ruler and protractor.

Maisie for presenting some excellent examples of constructing triangles with a ruler and protractor.

Duffy for presenting some excellent examples of constructing triangles with a ruler and protractor.

Hollie for presenting some excellent examples of constructing triangles with a ruler and protractor.

Jasmin for presenting some excellent examples of constructing triangles with a ruler and protractor.

Chloe for presenting some excellent examples of constructing triangles with a ruler and protractor.

Kimberley for her resourcefulness during English lessons.  She always uses the environment and resources around her to support and improve her writing.

Finley for persevering during music lessons, especially when learning to play a melody on the xylophone.  You played and performed it so confidently in the end.  Well done!

Jane for her enthusiasm and participation during our theme/music lesson this term.

Lauren for excellent learning through all aspects of the curriculum this week.

Duffy for persevering to successfully improve his understanding of his English learning with positive outcomes.

Shanice for excellent use of imagery and effective punctuation in all her written work this week.

Harry for persevering to improve the presentation of his written work and producing some excellent work using the text of Macbeth.

Jasmine for superb writing; using the text of Macbeth to expand her understanding of; expanded noun phrases, imagery and direct speech.

Maisie for listening carefully, connecting with your previous learning and sharing your ideas about writing a legend.

Mia for excellent participation in class and thinking carefully about how to use all the tools for good writing in your tool kit, then sharing examples with the class.

Attendance

The whole-school target for our attendance is 96%, which would mean that your child would be away for only 7 days in an academic year.

1st place - Les Citrons Verts - 100%

2nd place - Les Peches - 97.6%

3rd place - Les Poires - 95.8%

4th place - Les Fraises - 94.9%

5th place - Les Framboises - 93.2%

6th place - Les Ananas - 88%

Whole-school attendance - 94.5%

Late arrival at school

When your child arrives late at school, he/she misses the teacher's instructions, their morning task and possibly the introduction to the lesson. Your child may also feel embarrassed at having to enter the classroom late.

Minutes late per day during the school year = Equals days' worth of teaching lost in a year

5 minutes = 3 days

10 minutes = 6 1/2 days

15 minutes = 10 days

20 minutes = 13 days

30 minutes = 19 days

Frequent lateness can add up to a considerable amount of learning lost, and can seriously disadvantage your child. School begins at 09.00am.  Please help your child to be punctual.

If you pay for your child's school dinner online you can use the link below and follow the link for Kent Schools Pay Online. www.gsplus.org   School opening hours are 08.50am - 3.15pm All sports clubs finish at 4.25pm and all children must be collected by an adult. There are still spaces left in the sports club if your child would like to join.

School Office opening hours are from

08.30-12.30

13.00-15.30

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