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Learn and Grow

Mrs Tabbner

A MESSAGE FROM A PARENT...


What if?❤️❤️❤️

If they cancel the rest of the school year, students would miss 2.5 months of education. Many people are concerned about students falling behind because of this. Yes, they may fall behind when it comes to classroom education...
But what if...❤️❤️❤️

What if instead of falling “behind", this group of kids are ADVANCED because of this? Hear me out...❤️❤️❤️

What if they have more empathy, they enjoy family connection, they can be more creative and entertain themselves, they love to read, they love to express themselves in writing. ❤️❤️❤️

What if they enjoy the simple things, like their own backyard and sitting near a window in the quiet. ❤️❤️❤️

What if they notice the birds and the dates the different flowers emerge, and the calming renewal of a gentle rain shower? ❤️❤️❤️

What if this generation are the ones to learn to cook, organize their space, do their laundry, and keep a well run home? ❤️❤️❤️

What if they learn to stretch a pound and to live with less? ❤️❤️❤️

What if they learn to plan shopping trips and meals at home?❤️❤️❤️

What if they learn the value of eating together as a family and finding the good to share in the small delights of the everyday?❤️❤️❤️

What if they are the ones to place great value on our teachers and educational professionals, librarians, public servants and the previously invisible essential support workers like truck drivers, grocers, cashiers, custodians, logistics, and health care workers and their supporting staff, just to name a few of the millions taking care of us right now while we are sheltered in place? ❤️❤️❤️

What if among these children, a great leader emerges who had the benefit of a slower pace and a simpler life to truly learn what really matters in this life?❤️❤️

What if they are AHEAD? ❤️❤️❤️❤️
 

Easter Egg Hunt and cars making

Spreading the sunshine from some of our children ❤️

Home learning resources

Please find below a list of really useful home learning sites and links that can be used throughout the primary phase:

 

Oxford Owl - Oxford Owl have listed free online books for children of all ages in the primary phase.

 

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

 

Literacy Shed - a wonderful website full of videos that stimulate thinking and ideas for writing. The page is organised into different themes. On the bottom of each video you will find writing ideas that the children could complete linked to the video.

https://www.literacyshed.com/home.html

 

Spelling Frame - a site that allows children to practise spellings throughout the primary phase in a very structured, easy to follow way. Linked directly to the National Curriculum.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

 

Topmarks - extremely useful site where a user can search a particular topic and the site will find relevant age related games and activities to support the learning of the unit.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/

 

Timestable Rockstars - all children have a login for this extremely fun and useful site!

https://ttrockstars.com/

 

This image a fantastic tool with ideas for if you are working from home and would like some structure to your day with regards to home learning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Celebrations assembly 7th Feb

Maths CPD with Jamie Heathcote

Maths Manipulative's

Dressing The Tree

Celebrations Assemby

Achievement Award Photographs

Celebration assembly winners - 8.02.19

The Tour de Yorkshire

This week we were visited by the good people from the office of Tour de Yorkshire. We are super excited that the race will be running right past our school gate!!!! So…. a nice gentleman came in to tell us all about the different races and what it would mean for our school. We even got to look at the trophies that the winner get their names engraved onto (Miss Wroe and Mrs Tabbner even got to hold them and they were very heavy. They had to wear special gloves to protect the trophy).

Our school will be taking part in lots of exciting events running up to and on the day of the race. Stay tuned throughout the year to hear lots more information!

Celebration assembly winners - 26.01.19

Celebration assembly winners - 10.11.18ers - 10.11.18

Celebration assembly winners - 27.10.18

Celebration assembly winners - 20.10.18

Pupils of the week WB 1st October

What an afternoon having an up and coming GB athelete in school putting on a fitness circuit for all our children

Last week  (Tuesday 13th March 2018) we were lucky enough to take part in the Royston Ward Alliance awards at the town hall. I was incredibly proud of all the children who attended. Here are our photographs from that night!

 

 

Sports Elevation Olympic Day at the EIS - Today our year 5's had to take the role of year 6 too at the English Institute of Sport becasue our year 6's were off on their residential. They did an amazing job whilst there. It was a pleasure to represent our school with these individuals who gave their all in the events that they were competing in. I would like to say that the 21 schools that were competing were fantastic throughout the day and they have some super talent that may have a future in atheletics.

Another fantastic celebrations assembly with lots of awards to give out

World Book Day - Today we finally celebrated world book day after the snow last week put a stop to it and I thought that it was happening all again when the white stuff had returned this morning too. Luckily, the snow couldn't stop us this time and we finally got to see the wonderful characters that the children and staff had come in. A huge thank you for your efforts to get the children in to school and all looking fantastic. The children have been doing various work today linked to a book of the teachers choice so ask them about their day

More winners

VISION EVENING - Thank you to all that came last night and for all your fantastic support, comments and ideas. It was brilliant to be able to get to know some of you more and have you help shape Summerfields together.

Smile day

 

Today has been our second Smile day and it has been lovely to see the children enjoying lots of different activities. We have had board games, film club, doodle drawing, Lego, dragon art, iPad fun, pop art, multi sports and yoga! 

Celebrations Assembly winners

Smile winners

ALERT, ALERT, BRONZE SMILE AWARD WINNER!!!

Well done to Amilee for gaining her Bronze

Well done - another 50 dojo award winner

Smile Day - Well what a day today was here at Summerfields. The children have worked extremely hard towards their day of activities and the fun they had was fantastic to see. There was lots of things going off from; slime making to hide and seek and even building with marshmallow and spaghetti. The day was a huge success and the children at Summerfields loved every minute. Check out some photos of the day, but i'm sure class pages will have lots on too.

Not long to go before the Christmas holidays and more children are working hard to get their Bronze and picking up the 50 smile award along the way

WOW - what a performance from our Brass players today in front of a large audience. You were spectacular, well done.

Lots more 50 Smile Award Winners this week - I'm having to order more prizes because we've lots getting past 50 now

Christmas Carol Concert Rehersal

It was a pleasure to hear Key Stage 2 rehersals

Year 3 Smile Award Winners - question is will we get a Bronze Award Winner before Christmas??

50 Smile Award winners

Pupil of the Week and Outstanding Writer - 4/12/17

A huge well done to all of our pupils of the week and outstanding writers this week.

50 Smile Award Winners!

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