Mrs Thorpe has taken on the #PEChallenge with a walk around Eccup Reservoir of 7km #racearoundtheworld #commitment https://t.co/JmKbmpuk5l
19th January 2021
Important notice:Parent Governor Vacancy As mentioned in the Headteacher's Update on 15 January, we have a vacancy for a new Parent Governor. The post is open to parents, guardians, carers or relatives of a child at the school. No specific skills or experience required! If you would like more information, you are welcome to call Nicola Lunn, P.A to the Headteacher, on the school number. All nominations should be sent via email to Nicola Lunn, email@example.com, by 12 noon on Wednesday 27 January.
For Parents and Carers
We would like to give parents some information about our approach to managing student behaviour. Hopefully, as a result of this, you will be better informed and therefore better equipped to work with us to ensure that your child reaches his/her full potential.
We would be grateful if you could take some time to read through the following information and discuss it with your child so that we are all clear about the expectations, strategies, rewards and sanctions in our Behaviour Policy and Rewarding Achievement documents.
All students, staff, parents and governors should be aware of the six key school expectations:
The school aims to promote high standards of behaviour, self-discipline and learning through positive encouragements and rewards.
These rewards include:
Poor behaviour results in students not learning and, therefore, not making progress: this will not be tolerated.
We are keen to work with parents in all the communities we serve. We attend meetings with parents’ groups and community groups to discuss our approach to behaviour. This is proving to be very successful and creates better relationships between home and school.
We have a wide range of people available to help parents and carers with any issues they might have. Please ring the school to seek an appointment to meet with them, or speak to them.
Rose Spellman in 7C1 has produced some great work in history. She has been investigating & developing source skills to create a summary table in order to analyse how Harold really died at the Battle of Hastings. Pretty gruesome! #HistoryMatters #curiosity https://t.co/eGKyVw6Pyn
18th January 2021
Y9 students will be choosing options this term. We will fully support all students as they prepare to make their choices - the important dates are shown below & are in last week's HT update. Please check your child can log in to their school email for this process #commitment https://t.co/PKsF7Bendn
18th January 2021
Exciting news: a book a week to read for free online. This week's book is 'The Story of Tracey Beaker' by Jacqueline Wilson. Each week there will be a new book - can't wait to see what's coming up!😃📚 @FansofJWilson #LawnswoodLovesReading #communication https://t.co/0Wfm0UZWTM
17th January 2021