Dear Parents and Carers,
It is great to be back. The children look so smart in their new school jumpers and they have been keen to impress their new teachers this week.
You will find my official welcome back letter in the letters area of news and events button.
You will also find a letter from the Department of Education for parents who have children with additional needs. Some of the things spoken about in the letter will make more sense if you look at the SEN Information pages, which have been created to support children and families. It links in with Wirral's local offer, too.
Next week, teachers will complete their information for parents sheet to provide you with an overview of the things we teach in the autumn term. Some areas are changed due to the impact of the new national curriculum. The national curriculum is set by government and is statutory for all children in community schools, like ours.
I will provide you with homework 'sending out' and 'due in' dates, next week, so you know when to expect your child to bring work home. Reading is a key part of school and life. We promote 'strive for five', which means your child should read at home to an adult five times per week to ensure they make the greatest amount of progress in all areas. Research suggests that by doing this children will have vastly superior outcomes/results/success than those who don't.
Mr Brady :-)