HOUSE POINTS THIS WEEK:
We have sent home a 'parent consultation' letter today (Friday 24th June); if you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact ourselves via the school office.
24th June 2016
There is no doubt about the highlight of our week at Cledford; our Year 5 pupils made us all very proud with their performance of ‘T’will be a storm’ on the main stage at The Lowry theatre on Tuesday evening. If you were lucky enough to attend you will know how powerfully they performed and how they were received not just by our own staff and parents but by the other schools too. An amazing achievement by everyone involved – well done! Their project next year will be based on ‘Twelfth Night’ – we’re excited already!
We enjoyed welcoming lots of parents to the Year 2 family lunch on Tuesday – thanks to the kitchen team for all their hard work.
On Wednesday afternoon we were placed third at the ‘Town Sports’, held at St Mary’s Catholic Primary School. We had lots of children come home with winners’ medals but fewer 2nds or 3rds – that will be our aim for next year! Well done to everyone who took part, to parents who came to support and to the staff from the schools who made it all possible.
Thank you for all your donations to the Summer Fair today – they will all help make the day a success.
On Monday all pupils will be off timetable for ‘Golden Day’. They will take turns to take part in a range of activities which include orienteering, ‘Iron Man’, art, construction, dance and ICT.
On Wednesday our Year 3/4 pupils will be back at MHS for the Olympic Festival. Both Year 5 and Year 6 will be enjoying ‘WOW’ days on Thursday – Year 5 at MHS and Year 6 in our ‘Forest’!
Don’t forget that teacher/parent consultation evenings take place next week. We expect all parents to meet in order to discuss their child’s progress this year. Your child should have brought home a slip with your appointment time(s) today.
We should enjoy another warm weekend – hope you can get out and enjoy it.
Mrs AJ Booth
Cledford Primary School Progress Data 2015 - End of Key Stage 2
The national expectation is that pupils will make 2 levels of progress between KS1 and KS2.
July 2015 Results
|Levels of Progress||Rdg +2||Rdg +3||Wrtg +2||Wrtg +3||Maths +2||Maths +3|
You will see that Cledford Primary School has exceeded both County and National
figures in almost ALL subjects