The Keyworth Show 2019!
Keyworth Show 2019!
Keyworth Show 2019!
Ready for their camping adventure!
Julie, Jo and Buddy from the NSPCC came to see us today!
Happy readers with their special movie tickets!
This has been sent to us at school and we thought some of you may be interested in it. If you are, the website link is: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-audience-with-dr-wenn-lawson-world-renowned-expert-in-autism-tickets-59886845166?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
National Offer Day for Reception places starting in September 2019 is Tuesday, 16 April, 2019, which this year falls in the Easter holidays.
While the school will be closed, Equals Trust Central Office will be open on this day. If you require advice following an offer of a place, please ring Catherine Cox on 0115 9143211.
Catherine will be able to advise you regarding waiting lists, your right to appeal or how you can accept your child’s place.
Every six weeks we introduce the children to a new E-safety discussion. Technology is changing all of the time so we have to come up with ways to keep it in their minds. We usually have a focus just before a holiday so that the safety tips we give the children will help them to stay safe at home as well as at school.
On Feb 5th the whole school took part in lots of E-safety activities during Safer Internet Day.
One of the activities, aimed at the Key Stage 2 children, was a questionnaire concerning 'giving permissions' online.
This questionnaire highlighted the confusion that can often occur. Click here to flick through the questions and answers. We have put the results in from the children's answers.
The mixed results confirm the need for E-safety to be repeated regularly in order to keep up to date.
Take a look at the video below for a simple guide to the Ruth Miskin Read Write Inc way of teaching phonics. There is also an attachment of Frequently Asked Questions about this method of teaching phonics at the bottom of the screen. Simply click on it to find out lots of answers to questions you may have.
What a fabulous week in KPNS, science has popped up everywhere.
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