Please find below links to our School Improvement Plan for 2021-2022 and our Standards and Quality Report for session 2020-2021
If you would like to be involved in any specific part of our improvement work this year , please do get in touch!
Initially our top priority is happy and settled children – and the children have done themselves proud returning to school with really positive attitudes and ready to learn after being away for so long.
This year our school improvement plan has a strong focus on Literacy as a key area we wish to review and improve. There are also other areas of school development that we have carried on from last year.
If you believe you can help support any area of development in any way , please so get in touch !
Here is our plan for this term to keep our learning current, active and fun – look out for the learning grids coming for each one!!
Good morning P3!
I have uploaded the timetable for the week. All resources from Monday to Friday are available on the Google Classroom so you can make it as flexible for you as you wish!
You also have time in the afternoons to work on a skill or interest of you own. Please share these with us on the Stream!
Here is to another excellent week!
Miss L x
Good evening P3!
I have attached the P3 Home Learning Timetable for this week.
Each day I will put a detailed timetable with learning intentions and success criteria on the P3 Google Classroom with any resources you might need.
Remember our Learning Hero this week: INDEPENDENCE!
I look forward to seeing all your learning 🙂
Miss L x
Every day is a learning day! We had a busy staff development session this week.
Mrs McDonald led us all as we looked at how French and German are being taught in school – we looked at the feedback from our pupils too and all the teachers made a plan for their class!
Working together, we looked at how we plan for learning and teaching. We shared good ideas and asked questions of each other to improve experiences for our learners. We used the Connect, Extend,Challenge thinking routine.
We used Chalk Talk to explore the ELC Pedagogy Placemats – we asked ourselves how do they match our practice and ethos in school? What can we learn from them?