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  1. Sound and District Primary School Welcome to Meet the Teacher! Sapphire Class

  2. Meet The Teachers • Class Teachers Mrs Allen – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday am Mrs Wagg – Wednesday pm, Thursday, Friday • Teaching Assistant Miss Cornes

  3. Daily Timetable • 8:45 Bell for registration. • 8.45 -9:15 Early Morning Work • 9.15 – 10:15 Mathematics • 10:15 - 10.45 Grammar • 10:45 – 11:00 Play time • 11:00 – 12:00 English • 12:00 - 13:00 Lunch • 1:00 Monday: Swimming Tuesday – Sportscape & French Wednesday- Science Thursday - RE , Music & Art Friday – Topic & ICT • 3:00 Class Story • 3:15 Hometime Whole school assemblies on Monday and Friday 2:40 – 3:00 , KS2 singing assembly Wednesday 2:40 – 3:00

  4. Homework Year 3 and 4 • Tuesday Homework will be sent home every Tuesday to be returned to school by Monday. Generally English and Maths, occasionally Topic or Science • Friday Spellings and timestables will be sent home to be tested the following Friday. Try to read EVERY night – 10 minutes

  5. KIRFs Key Instant Recall Facts Maths Facts

  6. Homework • Set a time limit 30 minutes maximum for each piece • Practise spellings and times tables five minutes a day • Homework should be neatly presented. The children know the expectations for work at school and this should be the same for their homework. • Please leave a note in book if your child struggled to complete the tasks. • Homework will generally be a recap of work covered that week in class.

  7. Ideas to help with homework • BBC schools Age 4 – 11 • Good for topic work and games linked to subjects – Spellings – Spell it. Good for revision of Science, Literacy and Maths- Bitesize KS2 • www.woodlands-junior – great for all curriculum areas • ictgames – lots of maths games with specific learning objective and year group

  8. National Literacy Trust's Children and Young People's Reading in 2016 evidence Children who enjoy reading very much are three times as likely to read above the level expected for their age as children who do not enjoy reading at all Children who read outside class daily are five times as likely to read above the expected level for their age compared with children who never read outside class

  9. Accelerated Reader • New reading scheme will be rolled out in next few weeks • Benefits of new scheme • What the new scheme will look like

  10. P.E Please remove all jewellery before coming to school on these days. • P.E Kit • Black shorts • white T Shirt • Pumps • Dark Tracksuit (woolly hats are useful in the winter months!) • Trainers • Please put your child’s name in every item!

  11. Positive Discipline • Lots of praise for good work and behaviour. • Team Points • WOW work wall • Table of the day and week • Star of the week Sanctions displayed clearly for when necessary. Made and agreed by the class/school.

  12. Our first school trip…we will be taking part in a “Day in the life of an evacuee”, on Tuesday 2nd October at Tatton Park. During our visit, the land girls, who worked at Tatton during the war, will set the children to work, introduce them to the animals they will help to look after and sing popular wartime songs in the air raid shelter. Aunt Mary who lives in the Farm cottage, will show the evacuees their new home, discuss rationing and produce food cooked on a range as well as talking about household chores and teaching some local and national history.

  13. YOUNG VOICES 2019

  14. Residential in the first half of the Summer TermActivity break to be confirmed…..

  15. Friends of Sound PTFA At Sound and District we have a very supportive PTFA who help to raise funds for the school, organise exciting events and experiences for the children ad help to further develop a strong parent – school relationship. If you would like to join ‘The Friends of Sound’ and work closely with the school, please come to our AGM meeting on ……. At … to find out more WEB:

  16. Our aims for your child: Securing the foundations for our children on their journey through lifeOpportunities to work together with parents and the wider communityUtilising the rural outdoor learning environmentNurturing our children, inspiring them to be confident, respectful and resilientDeveloping life skills, values, teamwork and a love for learning. Our Sound Superstars …. • Be Resilient • Be Curious • Be Independent • Be Caring • Be a Team Player

  17. Our doors are always open. • Come and see us or use the planners to write and tell us about anything you are concerned about. Planners will be checked every Monday. • Tell us before it becomes a bigger issue. • Tell us the good things as well! • Together we can support your child on their exciting journey. Thank you for coming – do you have any questions?