SEND School Offer
‘A pupil has SEN where their learning difficulty or disability calls for special educational provision, namely provision different from or additional to that normally available to pupils of the same age’. SEND Code of Practice January 2015
Curriculum Useful Links
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|Year 1 Yearly Overview 2016-17||Year 2 Yearly Overview 2016-17||Year 3 Yearly Overview 2016-17|
|Year 4||Year 5||Year 6|
|Year 4 Yearly Overview 2016-17||Year 5 Yearly Overview 2016-17||Year 6 Yearly Overview 2016-17|
Phonics, Reading and Writing
We have decided to make Handwriting a higher priority in the school this term as some of our children struggle with writing legibly at speed. We already have a handwriting scheme called ‘Penpals’ in place and we have started to increase the frequency with which it is taught.
We will also be encouraging the children to use the correct technique on how to hold their pencil or pen.
It is very important that you encourage and practise with your child at home the letter formation and the joining of script we teach at school.
For our KS1 we follow the ‘Monster Phonics’ programme.
We use a mixture of reading publishers schemes all graded to different levels of difficultly.
If you require any more information please see your Class Teacher.
PE & Sports
Sainsbury’s Bronze Kitemark
Park Street has been awarded a Sainsbury’s Bronze Kitemark for the Year 2012/13. To find out about the latest sporting activities and events please look at the PE section of our website and click on this link, www.yourschoolgames.com
What is the Sainsbury’s School Games Kitemark and how do schools apply for it?
The school games kitemark was launched in June 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development and participation of school sport and competition. Schools in England were able to assess their PE and sport provision against set criteria and were awarded either bronze, silver or gold status. Although we were happy to receive the bronze award, Mrs Edwards is of course very keen to do better and get a silver award next year.fsted
RE and Collective Worship
Parent Prayer meetings held first Monday of every month. All welcome.
SATs and Assessment
You can download our prospectus here.
Park Street C of E Primary School and Nursery adopts a number of strategies and activities in
raising attainment and progression of disadvantaged children. These include 1:1 tuition, peer to
peer support and provision mapping for children eligible for free school meals.
- Pupil Premium Analysis for 2015-2016
- Pupil Premium 2016-2017
- Report on Disadvantaged Pupils 2015-2016
- Pupil Premium Barriers 2016-2017