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Weekly update 11/01/2024

11 Jan 2024

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Our Vision 
We believe that our children should have the aspiration and opportunity to ‘Live life in all its fullness and ‘Shine like stars in the sky’. 
  
New this week… 
 
Coming up...
 
New learning to read resources
Next week we will be starting to use our new learning to read resources in Key Stage 2. This is a new approach for readers in KS2 and will be in line with the approach currently used in EYFS and KS1.
Children across the key stage will be reading in small mixed age groups closely matched to their learning to read needs. This approach to learning to read includes not only decoding but fluency, prosody, comprehension, connection to reading and on building confident readers with a life-long love of reading.
Children will closely read a book in school over a two-week period, after this time the book will come home for a couple of nights to celebrate and enjoy. It is important to return the books when asked so that the next group of children can begin reading (this day will be recorded in your child’s reading record).
At home please encourage your young reader to read a wide range of books, magazines, comics and graphic novels as part of their Reading for Pleasure practice.
 Please come along to our reading meeting on Thursday 18th January 2024 at 5pm.
 
Collective Worship
Parents are invited to join us for Collective Worship at 9am on Monday 22nd January.

Parent consultations
Please look out for appointments which will be released next week.

Swimming
Just a gentle reminder if you feel you are able to contribute to the cost of swimming, to enable this to continue in the future, please make payments on parent pay.
 
 

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