Form Teachers: Mrs White and Miss Neeson
Teaching Assistant: Miss Leach
Build on your good work from last year. Believe in yourself and aim for success.
‘You are who you choose to be.’
from The Iron Man By: Ted Hughes
Welcome to a new term and a new academic year, where our students will be both excited and a bit worried about taking the next steps in their learning journey in school life. Between us we will help to settle the students into their new routine and new lessons and we will encourage them not only to work hard and aim to the best they can, but to also continue to make their families proud of them.
This is a varied curriculum for students, where everyone has the chance to succeed and progress towards a career for their future life.
It’s not all work though – Students will have the opportunity to go on school trips throughout the year, to support and enhance their learning, but also as a reward for continuing good behaviour and good attitude.
Students will also aim to fund raise throughout the year to support our school charities, which they enjoy very much.
Homework will be given throughout the year. If families need additional help to support their child please contact class staff – we will be more than willing to help you. Please remember to log onto GOOGLE CLASSROOM - this will show you what your tasks are.
As an addition to any class homework given, please can your child do the following:
Maths - ABACUS ACTIVE LEARN
Your Active Learn Abacus username has been reset to be your own first initial followed by surname (all lower case) – and password: 12345
School Code is: rprc
Other great websites with free maths learning resources are:
This term pupils will be studying The Iron Man by Ted Hughes.
Recently, pupils came into class to find that there had been a 'visitor' overnight...
Pupil set about being investigators, trying to answer the questions.
Throughout their investigations they will learn to use a wide range of language to write about the incident. They will then aim to be newspaper reporters to report about the incident. An interesting start to English lessons which I'm sure you'll agree is all very captivating. Hopefully by the end they will ALL know more about The Iron Man.
I owe a big thank you to Ian from PACE, who very kindly answered ny call for help, when I asked if I could have a prosethetic, to help set the scene. I was absolutely delighted as were the pupils, when they saw it. How very kind .
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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