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Summer Newsletter 8 [Friday 11th June]

Dear Parents & Carers

Thank you to everyone who completed our governing body’s RSE (Relationships & Sex Education) parental survey - they really did us food for thought. We had 53 responses in total. As you may have expected there is a wide range of opinions on what, when & how different topics should be covered at Woodlands. Woodlands governors & staff will analyse the replies & our PSHE (Personal, Social & Health Education) / RSE policy will be published on our website during the summer term.

 

Here’s this week’s questions to begin a conversation about your children’s learning.

 

Nursery

We have been studying tigers using video footage in their natural environments.

What words can you use to describe a tiger?

{‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’}

 

Reception [Red & Blue]

Why are there no dinosaurs alive today?

{Dinosaurs topic: ‘Understanding the World’}

 

Y1&2 [Green, Yellow & Purple]

How do we find out about prehistoric Britain?

{History topic: ‘Prehistoric Britain’}

 

Y3&4 [3A, 3/4M & 4G]

Can you name some countries & their capital cities within Western Europe?

{Geography topic: ‘Western Europe’}

 

Y5&6 [5D, 5/6P & 6R]

What was Britain like before the Industrial Revolution?

{History topic: ‘Industrial Revolution’}

 

This week, one class achieved 100% in their attendance this week – congratulations to Purple Class. Our overall attendance for this week has risen to 96.2%, but this still isn’t what we’d expect (anything under 97% is poor).

 

We had 8 classes who had no late marks this week: Purple Class, Yellow Class, 3A, 3/4M, 4G,5D, 5/6P & 6R. There were only 3 late marks across the whole school & not a single late mark in the juniors (Y3-Y6).

 

Please check out Mr Inskip’s wonderful photographs of a mother duck & her 12 ducklings that hatched in the school grounds over half term – follow the link to the article on the school website

https://www.woodlandsschoolformby.co.uk/stream/news/full/1/-//

 

Take care

KD Williams

Headteacher

Last word

I ate a clock yesterday

It was very time consuming…


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