It’s that time of year again! Parents, grandparents and staff gathered together for our annual creative evening making Christmas wreaths to adorn our own front doors. It was once again a very enjoyable and productive event…. an evening of calm amongst the Christmas chaos.
After carefully drawing colourful rockets and creating a textured moon the finished works of art were complete. Everyone has been very impressed with how effective they all look and how very different they all are.
The children are very excited about our new topic of Space and have gone rocket mad this week.
This term we have a wide range of extra-curricular clubs available for our children: Monday ‘Outdoor’ Club – 3.30 – 4.30pm after school Tuesday ‘Cross Country’ Club – lunchtime ‘Netball’ Club 3.30 – 4.30pm after school Wednesday ‘Hockey’ Club – lunchtime Thursday ‘Recorder’ Club – lunchtime Friday ‘Football’ Club – 3.30 – 4.30pm after school
To find out how we teach reading at Clifton Primary School, click HERE. There are many ways in which you can support your child’s learning to read at home. The most important things are: to read TO your child every day – a bed time story is IDEAL to hear your child read every day to talk to your child about what they are reading and to question them as to how much they understand to talk to your child about YOUR reading – When do you read? Why do you read? We have a series of ‘Big Reading […]
Our SEN co-ordinator is Mrs Nikki Brabant who can be contacted through the school office. Below are links to our SEN Policy and our SEN Information Report. SEN Policy SEN Information Report 2018
Another £130 was added to our i.pad fund after the first ever Beetle Drive in May. It was a popular evening for families and one that the PTA will definitely do again.
It was Class 3’s turn to take the Mummy Pizza Pie Challenge this week and they did an amazing job. Just like Class 2, the week before, they worked so independently once they had watched the online demonstration a few times. Everyone was willing to try something new and it was reported that a few parents have said they were so delicious that their child could make them again!
To reinforce our commitment to Outdoor Education we have introduced a new outdoor challenge that every child will work towards. We have included 7 areas of outdoor learning including: shelter building, fire & cooking,
This term Friday afternoons see a new range of enrichment opportunities for the children. Over the next few months all the children will do music with Mrs Thornton, PE with Miss Simpson and cooking with Mrs Brabant. Our first session saw Class 1 making fun fruit faces whilst Classes 2 and 3 got active outdoors and created their own tunes on the computers. A great way to end a busy week of learning.