Presentation to prepare children for school

The Lancashire Grid for Presentation to prepare children for school provides a variety of educational resources, content and managed services to support schools in maximising the benefits of technology to support teaching and learning. If you have any feedback regarding our resources, content or services, please contact us. CURRICULUM Links, resources and support for curriculum areas. PRIMARY ENGLISH Information, projects and resources to support Primary English.

PRIMARY MATHEMATICS Information and resources to support Primary Mathematics. PROJECTS AND INITIATIVES Information of local and nationally run projects and initiatives. SECONDARY Information, projects and resources to support Secondary subjects. LPDS NATIONAL CURRICULUM SUPPORT MATERIALS Resources for developing a whole school curriculum. SHARING GOOD PRACTICE Information about the LPDS Award. At Coxhoe Primary School we believe in the value of every child and adult who enters our doors. By feeling valued and respected, as an individual, we seek to encourage each person to show value and respect towards one another, joining together to build a happy, forward thinking community.

Our school aims to consider the uniqueness and individual needs of its pupils by delivering a broad, balanced differentiated and relevant curriculum. Each child is considered as a whole person developing skills, concepts and attitudes necessary for the opportunities and experiences of the future. We aim to prepare children to reach their full potential as responsible citizens. Our school aspires to value everyone associated with it, irrespective of age, position, race, gender, background or ability.

We endeavour to motivate, support and inspire personal, spiritual, emotional and educational growth in a safe and secure environment. We aim to unite, parents, pupils, governors, staff, L. The curriculum will encourage all pupils to understand, be interested in and show respect to others, whilst also developing their own self esteem. The curriculum will enable pupils to become literate and numerate, having confidence when communicating, working with and responding to others. The curriculum will enable pupils to develop analytical problem solving skills. The curriculum will develop independence in our pupils enabling them to make healthy, safe life choices for themselves and others. Thank you to the parents and carers who attended our meeting to introduce the changes to the School Curriculum.

These have been made due to the introduction of a new National Curriculum from September 1st 2014. Please find below the information shared during the meeting in the form of a Powerpoint presentation reflecting all subjects taught in the school. We teach the School Curriculum over a 2 year cycle which ensures that all pupils will cover all aspects of the National Curriculum. Key Policies section within the virtual office. The football teams have had further success to add to their earlier cup wins.

The A team retained the title on Thursday, going the whole season unbeaten – a fantastic achievement! The spring castle challenge set by Mr Jones was to make a treasure box from a shoe box and a roll of tin foil. The team making the most ‘precious’ treasure box would win 200 team points. Our fabulous photographs show how creative we are – what a difficult job Mr Jones had to decide upon a winner. The winning chest was made by Durham Castle. It was full of the most precious treasure of all – photographs of each member.

If your child does not have a letter you can pick one up from the school office this evening or in the morning. If you are interested in obtaining tickets, please contact the school office for an order form. SCHOOL HOLIDAY DATES can be found in the Recent Letters section of the website. Please check carefully when booking your holiday. Holidays taken during term time are very disruptive for children and research has shown that children with poor attendance tend to achieve less in both primary and secondary school.