St Michael's CE Primary School

St Michaels CE Primary School

Inspired to Excel with the Freedom to Dream

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Reminders

School starts at 8:45am. 

 

Homework goes home every Friday to be handed in every Tuesday.

 

Spellings are tested each Friday.

 

Home reading books are changed on Wednesdays. Please ensure the book bag, book and reading record are in on that day.

 

PE is on Monday and Wednesday.

 

Children must have correct school PE kits, which can be purchased from the school office on Tuesday afternoons.

 

Useful Document Link

Autumn 1 Curriculum Letter - outlining the learning across the curriculum this half term. 

 

Useful Online Link

BBC Key Stage 1 (Infants) Bitesize 

Has useful information and videos to help children understand specific topics of learning across the curriculum.

 

 

 

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Welcome to Laura Knight Class!

Maths

 

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English

 

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Everyday Materials and their Uses (Science)

 

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Religious Education

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Art

 

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T(IPC)

 

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The International Primary Curriculum (IPC)

 

The IPC has been developed so that four main aims can be achieved. They are:

 

  • To help children learn the subject knowledge, skills and understandings they need to become aware of the world around them

 

  • To help children develop the personal skills they need to take an active part in the world throughout their lives

 

  • To help children develop an international mindset alongside their awareness of their own nationality

 

  • To do each of these in ways which take into account up-to-date research into how children learn and how they can be encouraged to be life-long learners