Just a quick reminder that the parents meeting for the residential trip to Bushcraft Castle Howard will take place tonight. The aim is to begin around 3:45. This may change depending on when the children return from their trip.
If you have any questions or concerns please ask.
This week UKS2 have had a visit from Google!
‘Be Internet Legends’ is an educational programme developed by Google and the online safety experts at Parent Zone. Designed to empower our children to be confident, safe explorers of the online world. Children can also access the ‘Be Internet Legends’ website at home, where they can find out more information on how to stay safe and play games.
13th June 19
On Monday 24th June 19 we will be having a specialist in school who will be doing workshops with the children based on our topic Ancient Greek.
The cost of the workshops is £295. The PTA have kindly donated £150 towards this experience, so this reduces the cost to £5 per child. This should be sent into school in a sealed envelope clearly marked with your child’s name.
Elisabeth J Lee
Safeguarding is our priority and all staff at Myton Park Primary School are committed to keeping your child safe
15th May 19
Swimming lessons recommence on Monday 10th June 19 and will take place daily up to and including Friday 21st June 19.
Children are required to bring appropriate swimming attire for each session. Boys are to wear swimming trunks or shorts, however, shorts must not go below their knees. Girls must wear a one piece swimming costume. Each child should also have a towel for each session.
Children are welcome to wear swimming goggles and caps, but this is not mandatory. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me via telephone or on the door at the start/end of school.
Year 3 Class Teacher
Easter homework consists of two activities: a comprehension and the home learning activity sheet in preparation for the new topic.
I would appreciate the children completing two or three of the home learning activities. However, they do not have to be brought in on the commencement of the new term; they can be brought in anytime throughout the summer 1 half term.
Regarding the comprehension activity, this should be completed and returned on the commencement of the new term. Also, could you remind your child/children to write in full sentences rather than one word answers. Having looked at the previous comprehension homework, a great number of children had simply written one word answers. As we are focusing our attention on improving the children’s understanding of how to answer comprehension questions, it is important they write in full sentences, using the question as part of their answer. I’m aware that some questions do only require one word answers, however, it is important children get into good habits now in preparation for their next assessment later in the summer.
If anyone has any queries, please feel free to contact me
Children are to complete a comprehension activity this weekend. The activity is divided into three sections. The children are to complete the first section; the other sections are optional.