Form Teacher: Mr Lancashire
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Hutchinson
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. .
Pupils will be studying:
This is a varied curriculum for students, where everyone has the chance to succeed and progress towards a career for their future life.
Homework will be given throughout the year for all subjects. If families need additional help to support their child please contact class staff who will be more than willing to help you. As an addition to any class homework given, please can your child do the following:
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.
Build on your good work from last year.
Believe in yourself and aim for success.
Mrs Hutchinson and I hope that you are all safe, happy and healthy during these challenging and uncertain times.
During the year to date we have been working hard to improve both our learning and our conduct in school, hoping to grow into bright, articulate, hardworking and conscientious members of the school and our wider communities.
There have been many successes so far this year, with many new faces joining and having wonderful learning experiences in all aspects of the curriculum. Many of the members of Class Two have been working towards receiving Personal Development Awards for “Resilience”, “Confidence” and “Independence.”
Our attendance in school is also very important and the more opportunities we have in school, the more opportunities we have to learn and to grow.
Home Learning Opportunities during the Covid-19 outbreak
I hope that you all received your home learning packs sent out prior to the nationwide school closures and have been attempting to complete some of those activities. Please make reading a priority, there are several websites where you can access free learning resources and e-books available:
All primary age pupils have access to hundreds of maths games set by class teachers suitable for your child’s age and ability level. Usernames and login details were given out as part of the home learning packs and can be reset if forgotten/not known by emailing the email address.
ABACUS ACTIVE LEARN - MATHS
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:
If in the event school is not reopening after the two-week Easter holidays, additional learning material is being produced to be given out to keep the children’s learning going during the school closures. However, please do not worry or panic, the main priority is that you all remain safe, happy and healthy.
Click here for more information.