Knowledge Handbook 2021/2022 - A new Mayfield Primary School is emerging

 
Knowledge Handbook 2021/2022 - A new Mayfield Primary School is emerging
Knowledge Handbook
              2021/2022

  A new Mayfield Primary School is emerging…
                We will challenge.
                We will dare to do.
              We will make mistakes.
                  We will learn.

         We are changing the landscape.
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WELCOME TO MAYFIELD
A warm welcome to everyone as we continue our journey building our new Mayfield for our school community. Covid-19 has
caused huge disruption and dominated every aspect of our lives since March 2020, but it will not become a barrier to our progress
– just another hurdle that we will climb.

So, in a greatly interrupted and hard to predict first six terms we have been busier than any school I have known changing our
systems, methods, approach and the outward perception of our school. As an experienced headteacher, I know that changing a tide
that has built over long periods is not a simple process. Losing a reputation is instant, building one takes years. I have learned much
in these early days and seen how deep rooted and historic certain beliefs or myths are about our school but I have taken great
pleasure in listening to the growing number of positive statements and remarks I am hearing across the community and within local
authority circles about the emergence of a ‘new’ Mayfield.

When building a new journey and breaking cycles and perspectives that are almost habitual, we will have to be strong, we will have
to challenge some beliefs and behaviours. We will not agree all of the time. But this is good. No-one wants things to remain the
same and to bring about long lasting improvement, rather than short term fixes, you have to ‘break a few eggs’ to coin a phrase.
Changing hearts and minds and bringing everyone with us is a massive challenge but with patience, a realization about the potential
and passion that now exists and taking the hand of trust will ensure that the vast majority of us can work together to change the
traditional landscape. What had gone before needed to change. It is changing.

Mayfield is a school that can take advice, possess humility, be strong and have conviction when we believe we are making decisions
for the right reasons, yet also know that we are human and will constantly learn, as we all should, as we move everyday through life.
We will make mistakes. We should do if we are trying to improve and be more than the school has been before. Mistakes are the
greatest teacher and the success that follows will be all the more secure because of it. This is part of our vision for our children and
staff. Why be afraid just because someone may think you can’t do it or wishes to keep you in a particular place because it suits their
belief?

We will never be afraid to try new ideas and initiatives or make changes that we believe will improve the social and academic
experience for our children. I expect us to be bold and to dare to do. I expect the best from everyone at Mayfield - we will not
compromise as, over the years ahead, we become ever stronger in our teaching, learning and behaviour expectations - a positive,
determined attitude to school life is a necessity for everyone who walks through our door.

Be in no doubt that teaching is our passion. It is our drive. It is more than a job - it is a way of life. It is our reason for being here.
Everything is geared towards valuing every social, moral and academic achievement in a climate that enables that deeper,
independent, resilient, personalised learning that many would describe as unlocking the
spiritual development in everyone.

'Valuing Every Achievement' is a constant thread. A vision that is everywhere in our
school. The new ‘When I Grow Up…’ curriculum carries and embodies this as we
aim to send our children onto the next stage in their lives socially and academically
ready, in equal measure, to make a difference to our local community and beyond.

I always talk honestly, with passion and belief. I don’t believe in blinding people with
the same old worn out words, methods and platitudes. We have a once in a
generation chance to make Mayfield’s long term future more than some would hope
it to be.

Keep turning the page, we can achieve so much and change the landscape….

Mr G T Denton (Headteacher)
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OUR CORE SCHOOL INTENTION

** Mayfield Primary School is committed to valuing diversity and to equality of opportunity. We aim to create and promote an
environment in which pupils, parents/carers and staff are treated fairly and with respect, and feel able to contribute to the best
 of their abilities. We recognise that it is unlawful to take into account anyone’s gender, marital status, colour, race, nationality,
                          ethnic or national origin, disability, religious beliefs, age or sexual orientation. **
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OUR STAFF
SENIOR LEADERSHIP

HEADTEACHER: Mr G T Denton
DEPUTY HEADTEACHER: Mrs J Miller (Designated Safeguarding Lead/EYFS & KS1 Leader/Phonics Leader)
INCLUSION MANAGER/SENDCo: Mrs R Hinchliffe (Deputy Safeguarding Lead)
KEY STAGE 2 LEADER/YEAR 6 TEACHER: Mrs J Gaskell
SCHOOL BUSINESS MANAGER: Mrs J Thomason

CLASS TEACHERS

RECEPTION (BM): Mrs J Beavers (Mon & Tues) & Mrs N McFarlane (Wed – Fri)

KEY STAGE ONE
1JH: Mrs J Hill
2AR: Mrs A Rickwood

LOWER KEY STAGE TWO
3ND: Mrs N Duerden
4NT: Mr N Taylor
4CW: Mrs A Czarnecka (Mon & Tues) & Miss E Woodcock (Wed – Fri)

UPPER KEY STAGE TWO
5PM: Mr P McCabe
5VM: Mrs V McLintock
6PB: Mr P Baer
6JG: Mrs J Gaskell
6MH: Miss M Haythornthwaite

COVER TEACHER: Mr D Jolley

TEACHING ASSISTANTS
Mrs M Bairstow, Mrs L Beesley, Mrs A Denton (Behaviour & Nurture), Miss G Dunkerley, Mrs L Fleming, Mrs S GeBauer
(Apprentice TA), Mrs M Hales, Mrs S Ingham, Miss T Lane, Mrs C Lavelle, Miss C Lloyd, Miss A McCormack (Apprentice TA)

FAMILY LEARNING MENTOR: Mrs L Carlton (Safeguarding Team)
BUSINESS SUPPORT OFFICER (GENERAL ENQUIRIES): Ms E Wilmott
SITE MANAGER/ABC THEATRE MANAGER: Mr D Askham
ADMINISTRATION APPRENTICE: Miss K Rutherford
LUNCHTIME SPORTS PLAY LEADER: Miss C Lloyd

GOVERNING BODY
Mr M Burge                               Chair of Governing Body/Chair of HT Appraisal
Mr C Ballard                             Chair of Resources/Vice-Chair of Governing Body
Mrs G Becconsall
Ms J Clarke                              Chair of Pay Committee
Mr G Denton
Mrs L Fleming
Mr J Hatjoullis
Mrs H Lamb
Mrs J Miller
Mrs L Musson
Mrs M Van De Kaa-Thomson                 Chair of Standards Committee
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THE MAYFIELD CURRICULUM

                                                             presents

                                NO-ONE CAN KEEP YOU DOWN. YOUR FUTURE IS IN YOUR HANDS.

      The staff at Mayfield have spent much of the last 18 months evaluating, planning, preparing, trialling and launching our new
curriculum. Working fully to the National Curriculum, using its expectations, its progression and its coverage to make an experience
right for our children. Focusing particularly upon how our children learn best and implementing the key knowledge that our children
                                                       need to know and retain.

Now into Stage Two (with the second term of this stage commencing in Autumn Term 2021) we look forward to implementing the
latest version of our planning and preparation and studying carefully its impact on our children’s progress and learning experiences.

        SEE OUR WEBSITE FOR FULL DETAILS AND APPENDIX H FOR OUR CURRICULUM THEMES
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Our unique hub for creative development.
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The handbook is written in alphabetical order from here onwards with separate appendices at the back containing
                                           additional, supporting information.

                                     SYSTEMS & ROUTINES
ASSEMBLY
Friday represents our weekly celebration awards assembly. Taking place in our ABC Theatre under the lights and sound of a very
special atmosphere we celebrate and value our children’s achievements across the week. Assemblies take place in smaller year or
key stage formats to ensure a tight pace and maximum engagement.
Vision awards include: TA Independence Golden Ticket; two Teacher Award nominees per class; two Headteacher Award’s per
school each week; attendances for the week including the award of our Golden Ship trophy; House Point updates;
‘Don’t Miss A Minute’ Grand Prize Draw.

ARRIVAL/COLLECTION PROTOCOLS – INCLUDING SCHOOL ACCESS
Drop off and collection of all children before and after school and after extra-curricular clubs is from the playground side of school
only. There is no access through to the playground from the front drive and main entrance of school.
Once the playground gates are locked (9.10am) entrance to school is solely via the main entrance at the front drive. All late arrivals
or early departures must use this access route.
If children are undertaking clubs in the ABC Theatre, then families should wait by the double white theatre entrance doors opposite
the main reception entrance.
Families gather in their large bubble spaces for drop off and collection times. Please keep access points and designated pathways
clear
Unfortunately it is not possible to speak with class teachers before school as they are required to be in class from 8.40am as
children are arriving in school. Teachers will be available to chat after school when children are released to families at the end of the
day. Any morning messages can be passed via the main office, the school leaders and pastoral team on morning duty or the teaching
assistant team who are on duty outside the relevant entrances at this time before school.
Any children not collected in due time will be taken by the staff on duty to the main reception to be safely collected from there.
School reserves the right to refuse access to the school site for any individual should this be deemed necessary.

ASSESSMENT
Teachers are required to submit summative data about pupil progress three times a year at Christmas, Easter and in late June.
Progress and attainment information will be shared annually via the school report and, as requested by families, at Parents Evening
or at other stages as required/requested.

ATTENDANCE AND PUNCTUALITY
Morning registration is officially from 8.45am to 9.00am.
Gates will open at 3.00pm with the following finish times.
Early Years at 3.05pm, Year 1&2 at 3.10pm and Years 3, 4, 5&6 at 3.15pm. Afternoon registers are taken immediately
upon these sessions commencing and close five minutes later. If children arrive in class before the end of morning registration they
should be marked as present as usual. Senior leaders and/or Pastoral Team will have noted and recorded any late arrival before the
close of registration. Should a child arrive at any stage of the day after morning registration, this will be recorded using the
appropriate coding at the main school office. Collection areas will remain in place for families to wait, assisting with sight
lines and leaving pathways clear.
Afternoon registration is at 12.30pm in Early Years/Year1/Year 2.
Afternoon registration is at 1.00pm in Year 3/Year 4.
Afternoon registration is at 1.15pm in Year 5/Year 6.

Reward Systems for Attendance and Punctuality
The Golden Ship Attendance Trophy - Awarded to our highest attending class each week.
Attendance Assembly - Each Friday we celebrate our weekly achievements in attendance and punctuality.
Rollercoaster Tracker – A new external display which allows families to track attendance for their classes.
Bronze, Silver and Gold 100% Attendance Awards & Badges - Awarded termly to all children with 100% attendance in a
term. 1 term = Bronze 2 terms = Silver Full Year = Gold
Don’t Miss A Minute Draws – Weekly raffle draws for punctual arrival on specific ‘Don’t Miss A Minute’ days. Names drawn out
gain entry to the termly ‘new bike or family entertainment pass’ draw.
We have an in-school 'multi agency' team who meet regularly to identify areas to improve and families to work with. The team is:
Mrs Hinchliffe (Lead); Ms Wilmott; Mrs Miller; Mrs Carlton.
Our Attendance Target 2021/2022: 96%
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CONTACTING SCHOOL
St Leonard’s Road East, St Annes, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, FY8 2HQ                    Tel: 01253 723465
General Enquiries: info@mayfield.lancs.sch.uk
Finance Enquiries: bursar@mayfield.lancs.sch.uk
All Parent Communication & KS1/EYFS: jmiller@mayfield.lancs.sch.uk
Safeguarding: jmiller@mayfield.lancs.sch.uk or rhinchliffe@mayfield.lancs.sch.uk
Special Educational Needs: rhinchliffe@mayfield.lancs.sch.uk
Key Stage 2: jgaskell@mayfield.lancs.sch.uk
Family Support: lcarlton@mayfield.lancs.sch.uk
Website: www.mayfield12.lancsngfl.ac.uk

IF YOU WISH TO DISCUSS ANY ASPECT OF YOUR CHILD’S EXPERIENCE AT MAYFIELD PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINE OF
COMMUNICATION:
1) Speak in person with the class teacher after school or contact via the main office or phone.
2) Contact the Key Stage Leaders (Mrs Gaskell for Years 3/4/5/6 and Mrs Miller for Years 1/2/Early Years) via the main office or phone.
3) Contact the Deputy Headteacher (Mrs Miller) via the main office or phone.
4) Contact the Headteacher via the main office or phone.

Any request to speak directly with the headteacher without following the above process will see this referred to the appropriate level before any
immediate escalation.
* Parents should not contact any teacher using the teacher’s own personal or school email address. No class teacher will respond to emails sent
directly to them.

ENRICHMENT TIME
As part of our new ‘When I Grow Up…’ curriculum, we have devised a new concept for when our class teacher’s undertake their
planning, preparation and assessment time. A team from within school will be delivering a small group offer, to selected year groups,
in our ‘creator’ subjects which allow for children to deepen their gifts, talents and abilities with additional time and greater tuition.
These areas include physical education, art, speaking and listening, PSHE and music. Again, we are attempting to push boundaries and
approach our teaching and learning in ways which meet our vision and expand our offer into new areas.

EXTRA-CURRICULAR CLUBS
This forms part of our ‘When I Grow Up….’ Curriculum enrichment. Clubs will be created adhering to class or year group bubbles
in 2021/2022. Clubs will often run for at least one half-term with some running across the school year or a full term. Clubs will
cover a wide range of subjects from across the curriculum, but will have a larger number based upon our ‘Fit to Learn’ active lives
focus. Clubs led by school staff are free for all children. There may be a cost in clubs are delivered by external providers.
Please see APPENDIX G for latest offer and full information. (Please see our Family Learning Mentor - Mrs Carlton - if
cost would prohibit involvement, we will not let this prevent participation.)

HANDWRITING
School follows a Handwriting Policy which teaches cursive script from the outset.
Pen Licences are used in Key Stage 1 and determined by the class teacher once handwriting and presentation is consistent, fluent,
highly legible and tidy. Pen Licences can be withdrawn. Pens are used for all children (as deemed appropriate) from year 3 onwards.

HOLIDAYS IN TERM TIME
These are not permitted and will not be authorised unless in extreme exceptional circumstances. Anyone intending to take a holiday
in term time must complete a request form outlining reasons for this. These can be collected from, and returned to, the main
school office.

HOMEWORK
Throughout school children are expected to read daily, learn phonic patterns/spellings, multiplication tables and will receive a 15/20
minute English or maths task per week. Mathematics or English tasks should not be set during school holidays and should begin in
week 2 of Autumn Term and continue to the end of Summer Term. Marking to check completion will be undertaken. School does
not operate a sanction or additional completion session for incomplete homework and instead will contact the family concerned to
discuss reasons why homework is incomplete and how school can assist with the avoidance of future issues in a supportive manner.
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HOUSE SYSTEM
There are four ‘houses’ named after a ‘British Olympic Hero’. Your child will be allocated a house upon entry to Mayfield.
The school reward system involves the use of these houses. A collective reward is shared twice a year (February & July) for the
leading house.
Anthony JOSHUA – Red (Super Heavyweight Olympic Gold 2012)
Katherine GRAINGER – Green (Rowing Olympic Gold 2012 + Olympic Silvers)
Adam PEATY – Blue (Swimming Olympic Gold 2016)
Sarah STOREY – Yellow (Swimming & Cycling Paralympic Golds)
LEADERS IN LEARNING, SAFETY AND EQUALITY
We operate a ‘Leaders in Learning, Safety and Equality’ system using different categories. It works at 3 levels:

Play Leaders
Leaders are chosen to take on responsibilities for running and supporting lunchtime supervision (jobs and activities both inside and
outside). They will be expected to fulfil their role as a leader for at least a term. The leaders can be chosen from year 4, 5 & 6.
A leader may be asked to, wish to, continue beyond one term. Mrs Lloyd & Mr Denton will lead upon this.

Prefects
Prefects will be chosen based on exemplary attitudes and behaviour, and may fulfil numerous roles around school such as Star of
Safety & Respect Leaders, Don’t Miss A Minute Rewards and Parents’ Evening Guides. The role of prefect is a huge personal
accolade and so children will be expected to display outstanding attitudes to school life at all times in the day and act as role models
for the whole school. Prefects are a position reserved for children in year 6 at this stage. Prefect have permission to wear their
assigned light blue jumper as part of their uniform.

Subject Council
A new model being developed during the 2021/2022 academic year alongside subject leaders.

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT/CLASSROOM LAYOUT
Classroom layout is essential to the implementation of our core school intent. They are part of an active, used ‘live’ learning
environment which supports independence. They should be contemporary and reflect the current term in all cases. They must be
ready for the start of each new term and each new academic year.
All KS2 classrooms adopt the horseshoe philosophy with relevant aspects of KS1 & EYFS also utilising this.

School adopts a hessian, grass, soft lighting and ivy ‘natural feel’ to learning environments across schools. All
classroom displays should be hessian backed with a black border.

Each classroom must feature the following…

                      WRITING JOURNEY WITH GPS AREA (SUPPORT RESOURCES BELOW IN ‘ENGLISH’ BAY)
                            PHONICS SUPPORT (KS1, EYFS, OTHER YEAR GROUPS AS REQUIRED)
                          MATHEMATICS JOURNEY (SUPPORT RESOURCES BELOW IN MATHS BAY)
                                 A CENTRAL ISLAND (OR WORK STATIONS IN KS1/EYFS)
                                        REWARD WALL WITH TEAM POINTS
                                 READING BAY (WITH READING DOMAIN CHARACTERS)
                                    AN AREA HIGHLIGHTING THE CLASSIC NOVEL
                        LEARNING OBJECTIVE & MARKING BAY (EDITING STATION IN KS1/RECEPTION)
                                 ACCESSIBLE AND CLEARLY MARKED CLASS RESOURCES

* No pre-produced random posters, phrases or exemplars should be used.
* Doors follow a set design.
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LEARNING ENVIRONMENT/CLASSROOM LAYOUT EXAMPLES
LEARNING ENVIRONMENT – CORRIDORS
These celebrate outcomes from our curriculum and follow our vision: ‘Valuing Every Achievement’. Each display reflects a
subject within the curriculum and pieces are chosen from each year group to celebrate the personal progress made by the child
concerned from their own starting point. A short description is written by the relevant teacher to outline the progress in the
particular piece/s displayed. The display is the responsibility of the subject leader as these exemplify aspects of progress and
standards across the year groups and themes. These boards must be hessian backed with a black border.

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT – OTHER ROOMS

       THE SECRET GARDEN LIBRARY
   NURTURE ROOM
    Timetabled and non-timetabled work and meetings will take place in here with other professionals, families, staff and
    children. It is primarily a space for our children to spend time and access learning under the leadership of our Inclusion
    Manager. Lunches will take place each day for our specific groups of children. This is also a space for additional breakfasts
    for any child that may need it. There is a smaller temporary Nurture Room to support learning elsewhere in school.

   MEETING/TRAINING ROOM 1
    The central place for all CPD, resources and policies. Staff, Governor and Leadership Meetings will take place in here. This
    is a staff and governor only area. It means we now have a dedicated area for staff development. Investing in staff training is
    imperative for increasing capacity and sustaining performance in our school moving forward.

   MEETING ROOM 2 – MEETINGS & INTERVENTION
    For meetings with families/staff/other professionals or for children to work alongside adults. Please book out the room
    using the timetable located on the door.

   GYMNASIUM
    This is used primarily, but not exclusively, for lunches and PE. The gym is out of use from 11.25 until 1.30 approximately for
    lunchtimes.

   REFURBISHED CLOAKROOMS
    Each area of school now has a newly refurbished cloakroom area. New carpets, decoration, lighting and a brand new locker
    for each child.
Our lunchtime wider curriculum offer, ensuring that we are enabling and valuing every achievement by active, safe and
happy lunchtimes. This time of day is the central social event and must carry our vision. Let’s be active and feel good at
                this vital time of day. Our innovative play zones are ready for our children every day.

                               EYFS/YEAR 1/YEAR 2: 11.40 – 12.30
                               Dining Hall at 11.40 the Active Time
                                    YEARS 3 & 4: 12.00 – 12.45
                                  Active Time then Lunch Time
                                    YEARS 5 & 6: 12.30 – 1.15
                                  Active Time then Lunch Time
LUNCHES
Children can either bring a packed lunch from home or order a school lunch. There is a four option menu each day. School lunches
cost £2.35 per day or £11.75 per week and need to be paid in advance using Parent Pay.
LUNCHTIME: THE WIZARD OF OZ PICNIC PARK
Come and eat your packed lunch in our brand new outdoor area. Sit with friends and chat as you enjoy lunch outdoors in our mini
park based upon Dorothy Gale’s adventures in Oz. A rota will be used to provide our children with regular opportunities to use
this area. Take a look at our Emerald City, sit in the shadow of the Tin Man’s Cottage and follow the Yellow Brick Road.
Note: Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, we have so far restricted the use of this eating space to certain class bubbles. We hope to
widen this in due course.

MARKING – THE MARKING PODIUM
Marking simply must be ‘live’ and at the point of learning as much as possible. We
do not want marking that simply looks good and detailed on the surface but has no
impact. If we mark, reflect and review our work it must follow with action – either
by the individual child, the adult concerned or both together. We encourage our
children to be brave and not be afraid to make mistakes – but learning from them
is vital. Our marking encourages reflection, independence, resilience and must be
acted upon. Formative marking is a here and now experience – both spoken, and
where necessary, written. Our marking reflects our vision and puts it into
practice. Children will always receive House Point rewards in their books to
acknowledge personal success. Additional ‘Assessment Marking’ is used on
selected pieces for teacher purposes only. SEE APPENDIX E

                   MAYFIELD TOGETHER
                   Our aim is to: ‘Work together to raise the profile, reputation and funds for the growth of our new Mayfield
                   Primary School’. Come along – staff and families alike! We would love to see you. All welcome. Meetings take
                   place in school at early evening time. It is a great way to meet teachers on a more informal level and can be a
                  highly supportive tool for developing trust between home and school. See advertised meeting dates on our
                Weekly News Bulletins.

MEDICINES
Any medication needs to be prescribed by a doctor and a form filled in with the main office advising when/how the medicine should
be administered. This includes antihistamines. All allergy sufferers need to be highlighted with the office staff. This includes asthma
medication. Other non-prescribed medication can only be administered if it forms part of a child’s care plan. Care plans are
completed by a member of senior leadership. Please contact school if at any stage you feel you child needs additional
care/medication.
MOBILE PHONES
We do not encourage/want children to bring mobile phones to school, but understand that as a way of contacting children walking
to and from school you may wish them to do so. If mobile phones are brought onto the premises, by any pupil, they must be
switched off upon entry through the school gates and given to class teachers to keep until the end of the day. They must not be
switched back on until the child has left the premises. Please note: we cannot be held responsible for any loss or damages that
occur to phones brought into school. In certain circumstances, children may be asked to hand their phones to the school office
upon arrival. Children should not use smart watches in any circumstance. If this is found to be the case then staff will immediately
request the watch and then store this out of use and arrange for parents/carers to collect the item. Equally ‘fit bits’ should not be
worn at any time in the school day.
IN LINE WITH SAFEGUARDING OF OUR CHILDREN, STAFF AND OTHER FAMILIES, PARENTS USING PHONES TO TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS AND MAKE
RECORDINGS IS BANNED IN SCHOOL, OTHER THAN DURING OFFICIAL SCHOOL PERFORMANCES OR EVENTS I.E. SPORTS DAY, CHRISTMAS SHOWS.
ALL FILMING OR PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN AT SUCH EVENTS MUST BE FOR THE FAMILIES OWN PERMANENT USE AND MEMORIES AND MUST NOT BE
PUBLISHED ON ANY FORM OF SOCIAL MEDIA THAT OTHERS HAVE ACCESS TO. THIS IS A VITAL SAFEGUARDING REQUIREMENT AND ANY BREACH
COULD RESULT IN DETAILS BEING PASSED TO THE RELEVANT AUTHORITIES. IT IS AT THE OWNER’S RISK – PLEASE ADHERE TO THESE
EXPECTATIONS. CONSIDER THE IMPORTANCE OF SAFEGUARDING EVERY CHILD AND HOW YOU WOULD FEEL IF YOU WERE ON THE RECEIVING
END OF ANY SUCH BREACH WHICH MAY PLACE YOUR CHILDREN IN DANGER. THANK YOU FOR SUPPORT.

MULTIPLICATION TABLES
Children work upon multiplication tables relevant to their year group as set out by the National Curriculum. Children are tested
upon these and use Times Tables Rock Stars to support their individual revision and to increase recall speed.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION TRACKSUIT DAYS
EARLY YEARS CLASS: WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
YEAR 1 & 2: FRIDAY & MONDAY
YEAR 3: THURSDAY & FRIDAY
YEAR 4: THURSDAY & FRIDAY
YEAR 5: MONDAY & TUESDAY
YEAR 6: MONDAY & TUESDAY
* Swimming will be for year 6 and will take place in Spring Term or Summer Term dependent upon the class.

PRIDE OF MAYFIELD CORRIDOR
This is the central area of personal celebration in school. It houses our personal achievements. The new curriculum is also
celebrated and shared in this entrance area.

READING BOOK SYSTEMS
STAGE 1) LEARNING TO READ – APPLYING PHONIC KNOWLEDGE – LISTENING TO….
School uses Pearson’s Decodable Phonics Bug scheme as home readers. These run alongside the book banding system used across
school. Once children are ready to move away from the Phonics Bug scheme they will choose exclusively from the appropriate
book banded range. Pearson Phonics Bug Club is used within ‘English Units’ to support early reading development. Every child is
expected to have a ‘home reading’ book they will either be from Phonics Bug or afterwards from the book banded range.

STAGE 2) LEARNING FROM READING – TALK FOR READING – READING WITH…..
School promotes a ‘Top 10/20 Range’ in each classroom designed to extend vocabulary and prompt talk for reading. They are more
comprehension focused in nature. They are books which are designed for many children to be supported and challenged by an adult
or chosen with the teacher to provide appropriate challenge. These books should be used alongside the reading domain characters
and the associated prompt questions - usually at home with adults. We then ask families to update the reading record. A 15 minute
Neverending Stories time takes place each day in school – allowing teachers and support staff to listen to readers consistently
across the week. Whilst at Stage 1 children may also have an appropriate text from Stage 2 if this is deemed appropriate for the
child concerned.

READING CARNIVAL CORRIDOR & READING INITIATIVES
A celebration of our school reading exploits is housed on the corridor outside 4NT. This shares our class classic novels, a selection
of Top 10/20 titles, home reading time and the Talk for Reading Gang. The Top 10/20 is a range of books specially chosen by the
class teacher for stage 2 work. These are promoted in class throughout the year. The Talk for Reading Gang represent the reading
domains and support our stage 2 support for reading at home and in school. We have ready-made question prompts to help families
at home ask the questions relating to each domain. We rotate the focus character each half-term.
Never Ending Stories are our way of dedicating a daily session to reading in school. During this time staff will take the chance to
listen to readers 1-2-1 and record this in their Reading Record.
Class Novel Time is a regular daily activity where the class teacher reads a challenging classic text to the class. Picking out great
vocabulary at the same time and promoting further speech, discussion and modelling of expression and tone.
SEE APPENDIX D FOR THE TALK FOR READING GANG. SEE CLASS PAGES ON THE WEBSITE IN SEPTEMBER FOR AN
UP TO DATE TOP 10/20 LIST AND CLASSIC NOVEL TITLES.
REGISTRATION
Once children enter school from 8.45am onwards, they are encouraged to settle quickly, not linger in cloakrooms and complete
their morning/vocabulary work as set by the class teacher. Teachers should be well positioned to monitor arrival, welcome the
children and ensure children are independently on task. There is no need to ask each child for a response one-by-one whilst others
wait silently thereby creating loose waiting time – self-registration systems are used. This can be done whilst children are busy.
Similarly, afternoon registration should be a brief and unobtrusive whilst children are carrying out initial instructions or work.
9.10am is the cut off arrival during registration in the morning. 5 minutes after the commencement of registration is the cut off
arrival in the afternoon.

REPORTING TO PARENTS
Two Parent Evening events take place each year. One in each of Autumn and Spring Term. They will take place in the classroom of
each teacher. Each family will be allocated a 5 minute time slot. All relevant books should be available outside the classroom on
tables and chairs should be set up for families to wait at. It should be one 5 minute meeting per family. Unfortunately, we are unable
to meet individual parents of a particular child at separate time slots unless in exceptional circumstances. Teachers may request a
second senior member of staff be in attendance for specific meetings if this will assist with discussions. A timetable for each Parents
Evening should be posted on the class door prior to commencing.

At the end of the academic year, one written report will be completed by the class teacher for each child in their class. It is the sole
responsibility of the class teacher to report on all subjects and complete the form in full. The format for this report reflects our
core school intent.

REWARD SYSTEMS

                                    THREE CLEAR LEVELS
LEVEL 1: Team Points (Focus on the academic achievements) or Conduct Tokens (Focus on the social and moral achievements and
                                linked to Star Safe RESPECT Behaviour) Star of Safety Minutes

                                                              ************

                                            LEVEL 2: Nomination for a school level award.

                                                              ************

                                   LEVEL 3: Nomination for ‘Roll of Honour’ or school leader role.

                                                              ************

Children should receive team points or conduct tokens as rewards in the first instance. Team points should be recorded in class and
visible to all in the Reward Bay. Totals will be announced at Friday Assembly each week. Conduct tokens can be awarded for any
social or moral achievement and should be posted by staff or children in the Pride of Mayfield corridor boxes. Once each class
reaches their target level they can agree a class reward with their teacher. Star of Safety minutes are awarded weekly by our pupil
leaders to denote the level of safe and inclusive behaviour during our social times within school – effectively rewarding our British
Values in action.

Mayfield Merit Awards are given to two children each Friday. Headteacher’s Award is given to two children each Friday. Golden
Tickets are awarded to one child by each teaching assistant each week.

Roll of Honour is awarded to one pupil in each class every term at a special assembly. Children can be nominated for leadership
roles across school.

SEE APPENDIX F FOR STAR OF SAFETY
SANCTION SYSTEM

                                                               LEVEL 1: Teacher Reminder

                                            LEVEL 2: Verbal Warning (Initials recorded on white card.)

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 LEVEL 3: Yellow Card (Visit Headteacher or Other Senior Leader with Card – Chaperoned back to class by SLT afterwards. SLT
 can determine whether this level requires contact with home – this may be when a trend of regular yellow cards are appearing.)

  LEVEL 4: Red Card (Visit Headteacher or Other Senior Leader with Card – Chaperoned back to class by SLT afterwards. Letter
        sent home by SLT supported by phonecall/contact with home at the end of the school day from the class teacher.)

                                                                LEVEL 5: Behaviour Contract
   If, in the view of the SLT member dealing with the incident, the Red Card, and/or current level of need/behaviour, warrants a
                                 meeting with family members then this would be arranged by the class teacher.
              The Class Teacher and member of the SLT would then attend a meeting to agree a daily behaviour contract.
 The length of the initial contract would be determined by staff and will involve the session by session reporting of progress to the
                                                                    senior leader involved.
                                                       This contract will then sent home each day.
Contact with home will be required upon the end of the initial contract. A review meeting may be needed if staff deem it necessary.
                                This would be supported by the use of the contract renewal/contract end letter.
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 LEVEL 6: Exclusion Level (Not directly linked to the internal levels above and operates in line with LCC exclusion thresholds and
                                                                             criteria.)

Whilst they are hierarchical, it is not necessary to go through each level in order to escalate matters, although usually for class
based situations levels 1 to 4 would be a likely, logical step-by-step process. We must ensure that for extreme situations that we can
escalate to the appropriate level. The timescale for escalation is the call of the class teacher and SLT. Every day the system starts
again unless Level 5 is in use (Level 6 will depend upon the exclusion timescale). We must adopt the philosophy of every day is a
new beginning and a new opportunity with sanctions being instant as much as possible/reasonable and every achievement being
valued and not lost within a negative cycle.

If a child reaches Red Card level then they will start at Level 1 again. Meaning that they can attain more than one red card in a day.

This system is also to be used at lunchtimes with Mrs Lloyd determining whether a yellow or red card should be issued. If issued
then the child concerned would need to report to the Headteacher’s Office as soon as possible – i.e. not whilst eating their lunch or
not whilst the headteacher is leading a lunchtime zone. If this is the case the child should report to the office at the soonest point
after this and remain on the blue seats until the matter is dealt with. In the absence of the Headteacher, the Deputy Headteacher,
or other member of the SLT, may undertake this role.

No other systems should be used at any time of the school day.

If the senior leader involved is doubtful whether yellow or red card is the correct course of action then they may discuss this with
the class teacher. The senior leader will have the final say should there be any doubt as to the direction.

Any member of staff can use the system but non-teaching staff should refer their level of sanction to the person responsible for
leading learning if they deem a yellow or red card level is being recommended. It is their call on whether to deploy a reminder or
warning.

When teaching assistants or HLTA are covering classes/groups they are to make the call on whether a yellow or red card should be
issued.

 THE ATTITUDE TO LEARNING MATRIX (APPENDIX B) SHOULD BE USED AS THE BASIS FOR DECISION
                                MAKING IN ALL CASES.
SCHOOL PAYMENTS
Parent Pay is the online payment service that we use in school for our families. We feel Parent Pay is a more convenient and
reliable way to pay for school meals, visits, uniform and much more online, using a secure service. You will receive an activation
letter with your unique username and password to get you started.
Parent Pay offers you the freedom to make payments whenever and wherever you like, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – safe in the
knowledge that the technology used is of the highest internet security available.
You will have a secure online account, activated using a unique username and password; you will be prompted to change these, and
to keep them safe and secure. If you have more than one child at our school or children at other Parent Pay schools, you can create
a single account login for all your children.
Making a payment is straightforward and Parent Pay holds a payment history for you to view at a later date; no card details are
stored in any part of the system. Once you’ve activated your account you can make online payments straight away.

If you require more information on Parent Pay contact the school office or visit the following website. https://www.parentpay.com
Parents who need to continue making payments by cash may do so using the Pay Point network at local convenience stores. Again,
please contact the office if this method is more convenient for you. If you have any questions regarding the online payment system,
please contact the school office.

SCHOOL PERFORMANCES – THE ABC THEATRE
All school performances, parental meetings, presentations and exhibitions take place in our ABC Theatre. Access during school
hours is via the playground entrance to the marked theatre doors only and outside of school hours access is also via the main car
park and footpath and through the main entrance.

Our brand new theatre is ready to go! A hub for our speaking, listening and performance work, it forms the centrepiece for our
new curriculum and exemplifies the unique offer we can make at Mayfield.
All shows, assemblies, music, dance & drama sessions and performances of any nature take place in this area. External access to the
ABC Theatre, from the playground, is from the double white doors in the Pride of Mayfield Corridor nearest the main office.
A high quality sound and lighting system has been permanently installed.

UNIFORM
TRACKSUIT PE UNIFORM – TWO DAYS PER WEEK DETERMINED BY EACH YEAR GROUP
Dark Blue Hoodie with New Badge
Dark Blue Tracksuit Bottoms with New Badge
(Optional round/crew neck plain white t-shirt may be worn underneath the hoodie.)
Trainers (No flashing sole lights or heelies please.)

FORMAL UNIFORM – THREE DAYS PER WEEK TO BE DETERMINED BY EACH YEAR GROUP
Navy round/crew neck sweatshirt or Navy cardigan (with new badge printed on)
V-NECK JUMPERS ARE NO LONGER PART OF THE UNIFORM
White polo shirt (no badge required)
NOT COTTON BUTTON UP BLOUSE OR LONG SLEEVED BUTTON UP SHIRT.
Dark Grey – trousers/skirt/shorts or Light Blue gingham dress (as present)
Socks/tights – grey/black/white (grey is the preferable colour)
Plain Black Shoes (Rubber soles must be black please.)
* Please note footwear must not contain any other prominent colours, designs or any logos.
AS PER THE CURRENT YEAR, TIES ARE NO LONGER PART OF SCHOOL UNIFORM AND SHOULD NOT BE WORN.

SWIMMING (Year 6 children)
Swimming trunks (not shorts)/One piece swimming costume
Towel
Please note that the old school badge will not form part of the school uniform. It has been phased out of use in
                     school and therefore branded items need to have the new badge on them.

** Children should have their natural hair colour. Hair dye is not permitted.
** Make up must not be worn - including nail varnish.
** Hair bands or clips must be small and discrete. They should not be ‘oversized and overtly colourful’.
** Please clearly name all items of your children’s clothing. We cannot take responsibility for missing items.

WE RECOMMEND AGAINST WEARING ANY JEWELLERY (STUD EARRINGS MAY BE WORN BUT WE ADVISE AGAINST THIS AND RESERVE THE RIGHT
TO ASK FOR THEM TO BE REMOVED IF THEY PRESENT A RISK TO A CHILD’S SAFETY DURING PARTICULAR ACTIVITIES). CHILDREN ARE NOT
PERMITTED TO WEAR EARRINGS FOR PE. IF IT IS YOUR CHILD’S PE DAY THEN PLEASE ENSURE THESE ARE TAKEN OUT AT HOME PRIOR TO
ATTENDING SCHOOL THAT DAY. EARRINGS ARE NOT PERMITTED DURING SWIMMING SESSIONS. WATCHES MAY BE WORN BUT ONLY WHEN THE
CHILDREN ARE ABLE TO USE THEM TO TELL THE TIME! SMART WATCHES ARE NOT PERMITTED IN SCHOOL AND WILL BE KEPT BY SCHOOL AND
RETURNED TO FAMILIES IF BROUGHT IN.

AFFORDABILITY & ACCESSIBILITY
Only three items contain the school badge. Tracksuit Hoodie; Tracksuit Bottoms; Sweatshirt or Cardigan. The rest
do not require any kind of branding. Thereby keeping costing of such items to a minimum.

We will be working exclusively in partnership with Top Marque for our branded items they are a highly experienced, long
established and trusted local provider for school uniforms. We feel it is important to work with local suppliers who have a shared
interest in the community and who have a face at the end of the transaction and remain around to assist with any concerns. They
have a vested interest in the quality of the service and product and we feel this is important. This is a major advantage over website
based companies. We also feel that their prices are competitive when considering the relevant quality of products we analysed.
They have worked with us throughout this process to create an offer that fits our needs. We have worked together to determine
the most durable and comfortable combination and are content that their products meet with our hopes and aspirations. We are
not working with any other supplier, including online companies, and any other supplier would not be endorsed by school
directly and school takes no responsibility for the quality of branded products, and the service, bought from other
suppliers. Please be aware of this. We therefore recommend using Top Marque for all branded uniform. We are also in the
process of placing our badge under Copyright to school. It is worth considering this information when deciding where to buy
branded items from.

Whilst we would recommend Top Marque for all quality non-branded items as well, you will still be able to collect items that do
not require the school badge from your usual supermarkets, Primark etc..
Top Marque’s contact details are: Shop - Top Marque 7A Park Road, St Annes Town Centre, FY8 1QX 01253 725246
Open Monday – Saturday 9.00am – 5.00pm            www. topmarqueuniforms.com      info@topmarqueuniforms.com

COSTS
Crew/Round Neck Sweatshirt (3-4 to age 13) £11.99
Crew/Round Neck Sweatshirt (small adult and above) £12.99
Cardigan (3-4 to age 13) £11.99
Cardigan (small adult and above) £12.99

Tracksuit Hoodie (3-4 to age 13) £12.99
Tracksuit Hoodie (small adult and above) £13.99
Tracksuit Bottoms/Joggers (3-4 to age 13) £7.99
Tracksuit Bottoms/Joggers (x/s, s, m) £8.99

In order to assist with accessibility we will be introducing a Uniform Pop-Up Shop to school.
The shop will contain changing rooms if required. From September, the shop will have a more permanent setting and weekly
opening times for continued purchase and access to school uniform.
It is our hope that we can develop our range of branded items to book bags, water bottles etc… in due course.
You will access the shop from the playground gates as usual. SO EFFECTIVELY WE ARE BRINGING THE SHOP TO YOU.
Full details of shop site and opening times will be shared in due course.

 ** If families are finding difficulty with maintaining or adhering to any part of the school uniform due to costs then feel free to contact school
confidentially and ask to speak with Mrs Carlton (our Family Learning Mentor) who may be able to help. School will help as much as possible so
                                    as to ensure that cost does not become a barrier to following uniform policy. **
APPENDIX A

                          HOME/SCHOOL AGREEMENT & CODE OF CONDUCT

It is assumed that anyone matching either of these roles within the school will follow these expectations and agree to accept them
                        as part of our bond of mutual trust and in the spirit of valuing every achievement.

The school’s role:

       To keep our children safe at all times.
       To be positive role models.
       Foster and maintain a positive relationship with home, but establishes clear messages about expectation.
       To enable our pupils to feel happy, safe and respected.
       To place great emphasis upon the love of reading.
       To ensure that the pupils learn to the best of their ability.
       Deliver the statutory curriculum tailored to the needs and interests of our pupils - making it both fun and exciting.
       Develop pupils’ social skills, in particular their independence, patience, empathy and resilience – so they are ready for the
        next stage in their life.
       Provide timely feedback to pupils about their own progress and achievements.
       Stretch imagination and create a desire to learn.
       Seek to offer the widest range possible of extra-curricular opportunities.
       Keep families informed through the various channels of communication.
       To deploy funding appropriately to maximise impact upon pupil progress in all areas.
       Provide feedback to parents upon social and academic progress at timetabled intervals and upon request.
       Involve families with ideas, thoughts and next steps for the school via Parent Forums.
       To value every achievement.

Parents/Carers/Families role:

       Maintain regular, strong attendance and punctuality.
       Ensure uniform guidelines are adhered to each day.
       Monitor and support the completion of all homework and encourage their children to meet deadlines around this.
       Read each day with their children.
       Practice spellings, phonics and multiplication tables with their children.
       Discuss the school day with their children.
       Consult class teachers via recommended routes if concerned.
       Build and maintain a positive, respectful relationship with school.
       Understand and accept that the school’s perspective may differ from their own.
       To be positive role models.**
       Attend relevant information and training sessions.
       At all times avoid the use of social media to explicitly criticise the school collectively and/or its staff, either
        directly or indirectly,*** and instead use the suggested means of dialogue to resolve any concern or express
        views in a way that can then be listened to by senior staff.
       Monitor and manage their child’s use of social media and the wider internet at all times - taking responsibility for this.
       To ensure their children are ready for school each day – including lunchtimes.
       To meet all agreed costs associated with school activities and maintain dialogue as required.

** The Mayfield staff will not be subject to verbal or physical threats, intimidation, derogatory comments about
individuals or the school itself and will take necessary action to maintain this if required.

*** The school will follow up any concerns in relation to this under the ‘Malicious Communication Act 1988’
and the ‘Communications Act 2013’ and pursue them as deemed necessary.
APPENDIX B – ATTITUDE TO LEARNING MATRIX

          APPROACH AND CONTRIBUTION TO LEARNING AND LIFE AT MAYFIELD
                        Core Mayfield & British Values in Action
 ** Be Trusted **           ** Be Independent **               ** Be Resilient **        ** Offer Respect **            ** Show Forgiveness **
 Awards, Team Points, Conduct Tokens, Star of Safety, Roll of Honour                                                   Warning & Sanction System

                     Outstanding                           Motivated                     Coasting (Needs Improving)      Unacceptable
 Contribution        * Actively takes on leadership        * Take on leadership roles    * Reluctant to take on          * Behaves in a way that shows
                     roles outside of class and            outside of class when asked   leadership roles outside of     a lack of tolerance and
 to School                                                                                                               acceptance of all others and
                     positively influences children        and deliver them              class.
 Life                across school.                        effectively.                                                  their beliefs.
                                                                                         * Manners, movement             * Behaves in a way that fails to
                     * A role model in terms of            * Manners, movement           around school and respect       accept the protected
                     manners, movement around              around school and respect     for others often require        characteristics of all member
                     school and respect for friends        for others do not require     reminders.                      of our community.
                     and peers.                            reminders – except in rare                                    * Deliberately, or otherwise,
                                                           circumstances.                * Behaviour is often            behaves in a way which may
                     * Do not require adult                                              different when adults,          be perceived as bullying.
                     reminders or presence to              * Adult reminders or          and/or senior teachers, are
                     display expected behaviours.          presence to display           not present.                    * Manners, movement around
                                                                                                                         school and respect for others
                                                           expected behaviours is
                                                                                                                         require reminders daily and
                                                           rarely needed.                                                lack independence.

                                                                                                                         * Behaviour is consistently
                                                                                                                         poor outside of class and
                                                                                                                         regular reminders are
                                                                                                                         required.

                                                                                                                         * Physically hurting anyone
                                                                                                                         with intent.
 Approach to         * Dedication and enthusiasm.          * Positive attitude towards   * Occasionally asks             * Poor attitude to learning.
 Learning                                                  their own learning.           questions or offers
                     * Seeks ‘next steps’ for learning.                                  answers.                        * Creates a negative effect
                                                           * Has an active role in all                                   on the learning
                     * Takes a major part in lessons.
                                                           activities.                   * Often passive in group        environment for others.
                     * Outstanding role model.                                           activities and in learning
                                                           * Works hard to produce       overall.                        * Consistently fails to
                     * Produces work which is of a         work to at least their                                        produce work to their
                     consistently high standard and/or     expected level.               * Completes most work           expected level and as a
                     over and above individual                                           set but usually minimum         result consistently fails to
                     expectations.                         * Asks relevant questions     amounts.                        meet success criteria.
                                                           and will volunteer answers.
                     * Can lead their own learning.
                                                                                         * Presentation is               * Presentation is poor and
                     * Will give support to others.        * Good standard of            inconsistent and can be         reminders have to be given
                                                           presentation.                 poor, often reminders are       regularly about
                     * Outstanding presentation at all                                   needed.                         expectations.
                     times.                                * Rarely off task.
                                                                                         * Needs reminding of            * Consistently needs
                     * Never off task.                     * Rarely needs to be          behaviour expectations.         reminding of behaviour
                                                           reminded about behaviour                                      expectations.
                     * Never needs to be reminded
                     about behaviour expectations.         expectations.                 * Sometimes off task and,
                                                                                         as a result, not fully          * Often off task and, as a
                     * Consistently produces homework      * Meets homework              prepared for learning.          result, is not prepared to
                     of a high standard or above what is   deadlines.                                                    learn effectively.
                     expected of them.                                                   * Meets homework
                                                           * Consistently produces       deadlines but due to a lack     * Misses homework
                     * May further knowledge by            work to their level.          of effort occasionally does     deadlines.
                     completing extra
                                                                                         not produce homework to
                     research/activities.
                                                                                         their expected level.           * Consistently produces
                                                                                                                         homework below their
                                                                                                                         expected level.
APPENDIX C – KEY DIARY DATES FOR FAMILIES*

                                                      Autumn Term 2021
 THURSDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER                   SCHOOL OPENS AT 8.45am FOR THE NEW TERM
 THURSDAY 9TH SEPTEMBER                   MEET THE TEACHER OPEN SCHOOL EVENT**
 THURSDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER                  MAYFIELD TOGETHER AT 6.30pm
 WEDNESDAY 13TH OCTOBER                   EARLY YEARS PARENTS EVENING 3.30pm – 6.30pm
 FRIDAY 22ND OCTOBER                      SCHOOL CLOSES AT NORMAL TIME FOR OCTOBER HALF-TERM
 MONDAY 1ST NOVEMBER                      SCHOOL OPENS FOR AUTUMN TERM 2
 WEDNESDAY 10TH NOVEMBER                  PARENTS EVENING (EXCEPT EARLY YEARS) 3.30pm – 6.30pm
 FRIDAY 3RD DECEMBER                      INSET DAY: SCHOOL CLOSED
 THURSDAY 9TH DECEMBER                    YEAR 2 CHRISTMAS SHOW AT 2.00pm & 6.00pm
 FRIDAY 10TH DECEMBER                     EARLY YEARS CAROL CONCERT AT 2.30pm
 MONDAY 13TH DECEMBER                     YEAR 3&4 CHRISTMAS PARTY DAY
 TUESDAY 14TH DECEMBER                    YEAR 6 CHRISTMAS PARTY DAY
 TUESDAY 14TH DECEMBER                    EARLY YEARS, YEAR 1 & YEAR 2 PANTOMIME VISIT TO LOWTHER PAVILION
 WEDNESDAY 15TH DECEMBER                  YEAR 5 CHRISTMAS PARTY DAY
 THURSDAY 16TH DECEMBER                   EARLY YEARS, YEAR 1 & YEAR 2 CHRISTMAS PARTY DAY
 FRIDAY 17TH DECEMBER                     SCHOOL CLOSES AT 1.30pm for CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS
                                                       Spring Term 2022
 WEDNESDAY 5 JANUARY
                   TH                     SCHOOL OPENS FOR SPRING TERM
 FRIDAY 11TH FEBRUARY                     SCHOOL CLOSES AT NORMAL TIME FOR FEBRUARY HALF-TERM
 MONDAY 21ST FEBRUARY                     SCHOOL OPENS FOR SPRING TERM 2
 WEDNESDAY 9 MARCH TH                     WHOLE SCHOOL PARENTS EVENING 3.30pm – 6.30pm
 FRIDAY 1ST APRIL                         SCHOOL CLOSES AT 1.30pm for EASTER HOLIDAYS
                                                      Summer Term 2022
 TUESDAY 19 APRIL
                TH                        SCHOOL OPENS FOR SUMMER TERM
 MONDAY 2ND MAY                           MAY DAY BANK HOLIDAY
 MAY                                      YEAR 2 SATS WINDOW
 9TH – 12TH MAY                           YEAR 6 SATS
 WEDNESDAY 25 MAY    TH                   OPEN EVENT FOR NEW SEPTEMBER 2022 EARLY YEARS STARTERS
 FRIDAY 27TH MAY                          SCHOOL CLOSES AT NORMAL TIME FOR SPRING BANK HOLIDAY
 MONDAY 6TH JUNE                          SCHOOL OPENS FOR SUMMER TERM 2
 6 – 10 JUNE
  TH      TH                              YEAR 2 PHONICS SCREENING WEEK
 6TH – 24TH JUNE                          YEAR 4 MULTIPLICATION TEST WINDOW
 WEDNESDAY 15TH JUNE                      YEAR 3 OLYMPIC SPORTS AFTERNOON: 1.30pm – 3.00pm
 THURSDAY 16 JUNE TH                      YEAR 1&2 OLYMPIC SPORTS AFTERNOON: 1.30pm – 3.00pm
 FRIDAY 17TH JUNE                         EARLY YEARS OLYMPIC SPORTS AFTERNOON: 1.30pm – 3.00pm
 WEDNESDAY 22ND JUNE                      YEAR 5 OLYMPIC SPORTS AFTERNOON: 1.00pm – 3.00pm
 THURSDAY 23 JUNE RD                      YEAR 4 OLYMPIC SPORTS AFTERNOON: 1.30pm – 3.00pm
 FRIDAY 24TH JUNE                         YEAR 6 OLYMPIC SPORTS AFTERNOON: 1.00pm – 3.00pm
 28TH – 30TH JUNE                         YEAR 6 WADDOW HALL RESIDENTIAL
 FRIDAY 1 JULY
            ST                            QUEEN’S JUBILEE ADDITIONAL ALLOCATED HOLIDAY
 MONDAY 4TH & TUESDAY 5TH JULY            INSET DAYS – SCHOOL CLOSED
 MONDAY 18TH JULY                         YEAR 6 PARTY BUFFET & STAFF v Y6 ROUNDERS AT 3.15pm
 MONDAY 18TH JULY                         YEAR 6 SUMMER SHOW AT 6.00pm
 TUESDAY 19 JULYTH                        YEAR 6 SUMMER SHOW AT 10.00am & 2.00pm
 THURSDAY 21ST JULY                       YEAR 6 BEACH DAY/LEAVER’S TRIP
 THURSDAY 21ST JULY                       ANNUAL REPORTS TO PARENTS
 FRIDAY 22 JULY
              ND                          YEAR 6 LEAVER’S SERVICE AT 9.30am
 FRIDAY 22ND JULY                         SCHOOL CLOSES AT 1.30pm FOR SUMMER HOLIDAYS
* Due to Covid-19 restrictions all dates and formats are subject to change at short notice.
** Event to be confirmed at the start of the new school year once Covid infection rates are known and advice is updates.
MORE EVENTS WILL BE ADDED DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR. PLEASE SEE WEEKLY NEWS FOR UPDATES.
APPENDIX D – TALK FOR READING GANG
APPENDIX E: MARKING SYSTEMS
APPENDIX F – STAR OF SAFETY: OUR RESPECT CAMPAIGN
APPENDIX G – EXTRA-CURRICULAR ENRICHMENT OFFER
(CORRECT AT TIME OF PRESS – Others may be added in due course.)

 Day Autumn 1                      Autumn 2               Spring 1                   Spring 2                Summer 1              Summer 2
            FOOTBALL               FOOTBALL               DARTS & POOL               ENRICHMENT              FOOTBALL              FOOTBALL
            Year 5                 Year 5                 Year 5                     Year 4&5                Year 5                Year 5
            Football Arena         Football Arena         ABC Theatre                4CW Classroom           Football Arena        Football Arena
            Mr Denton              Mr Denton              Mr Denton                  Mrs Czarnecka/Miss      Mr Denton             Mr Denton
            Capacity: 24           Capacity: 24           Capacity: 8                Dunkerley               Capacity: 24          Capacity: 24
                                                                                     Capacity: 14
            FINE MOTOR SKILLS      ATHLETICS              CODING &                                           STEM G&T              QUAD KIDS
 MONDAY

            Year 1                 Year 6                 TYPING                                             Science,              Year 4, 5&6
            2AR Classroom          Gym                    Year 2&3                                           Technology,           Cricket Pitch
            Mrs Rickwood           Mr Taylor/Mr Jolley    6MH Classroom                                      English, Maths        Mr Taylor/Mrs Gaskell
            Capacity: 16           Capacity: 20           Miss Haythornthwaite                               Year 1&2              Capacity: 20
                                                          Capacity: 16                                       2AR Classroom
                                   CODING &                                                                  Mrs Rickwood/Mrs
                                   TYPING                                                                    Beavers
                                   Year 2&3                                                                  Capacity: 12
                                   6MH Classroom
                                   Miss Haythornthwaite
                                   Capacity: 16
            FOOTBALL               FOOTBALL               FOOTBALL                   FOOTBALL                ORIENTEERING          FOOTBALL
            Year 6                 Year 6                 Year 6                     Year 6                  Year 6                Year 4
            Football Arena         Football Arena         Football Arena             Football Arena          Playground & Fields   Football Arena
            Mr Baer                Mr Baer                Mr Baer                    Mr Denton               Mr Taylor             Mr Baer
            Capacity: 24           Capacity: 24           Capacity: 24               Capacity: 24            Capacity: 16          Capacity: 24

            ART                    FOREST SCHOOL          FOREST SCHOOL              STEM G&T                STEM G&T              GARDENING
            Year 3                 Year 3, 4, 5&6         Year 2                     Science,                Science,              Year 3&4
            3ND Classroom          Den Building Area      Den Building Area          Technology,             Technology,           1JH Classroom
 TUESDAY

            Mrs Beavers/Miss       Mrs Denton/Miss        Mrs Denton/Miss            English, Maths          English, Maths        Mrs Hill/Mrs Hales
            Lane (Planning Sup.)   Lloyd                  Lloyd                      Year 3, 4, 5&6          Year 3, 4, 5&6        Capacity: 12
            Capacity: 14           Capacity: 16           Capacity: 16               5VM Classroom           5VM Classroom
                                                                                     Mrs McLintock/Mr        Mrs McLintock/Mr      FOREST SCHOOL
                                                                                     McCabe                  McCabe                Early Years & Year 1
                                   SEWING
                                                                                     Capacity: 12            Capacity: 12          Den Building Area
                                   Year 4
                                                                                                                                   Mrs Denton/Miss
                                   6JG Classroom
                                                                                     GARDENING                                     Lloyd
                                   Mrs Gaskell/Mrs
                                                                                     Year 3&4                                      Capacity: 16
                                   Ingham
                                   Capacity: 20                                      1JH Classroom
                                                                                     Mrs Hill/Mrs Hales
                                                                                     Capacity: 12

                                          WEDNESDAY IS STAFF TRAINING EVENING
            ABC THEATRE            ABC THEATRE            ABC THEATRE                ABC THEATRE             ABC THEATRE           NETBALL
            GROUP                  GROUP                  GROUP                      GROUP                   GROUP                 Year 4, 5&6
            Year 6                 Year 6                 Year 6                     Year 6                  Year 6                Playground
            ABC Theatre            ABC Theatre            ABC Theatre                ABC Theatre             ABC Theatre           Miss Woodcock/Mrs
            Mr Denton              Mr Denton              Mr Denton                  Mr Denton               Mr Denton             Duerden
            Capacity: 12           Capacity: 12           Capacity: 12               Capacity: 12            Capacity: 12          Capacity: 21

            NETBALL                NETBALL                GYMNASTICS                 FUNDAMENTALS            NETBALL
            Year 5&6               Year 5&6               Year 1&2                   Year 1&2                Year 4, 5&6
            Playground             Playground             Gym                        BM Class Outdoors       Playground
 THURSDAY

            Miss Woodcock/Mrs      Miss Woodcock/Mrs      Mrs McFarlane              Mrs McFarlane           Mrs Duerden/Mrs
            Lavelle                Lavelle                Capacity: 12               Capacity: 16            Lavelle
            Capacity: 21           Capacity: 21                                                              Capacity: 21
                                                          ENTERPRISE                 ENTERPRISE
            DANCE FESTIVAL         EARLY                  Year 3, 4, 5&6             Year 3, 4, 5&6
            Year 3, 4, 5&6         FUNDAMENTALS           Nurture Room               Nurture Room
            Gym                    Early Years            Mrs Miller/Mrs             Mrs Miller/Mrs
            Mrs Duerden/Mrs        Gym                    Hinchliffe                 Hinchliffe
            Bairstow/External      Mrs McFarlane          Capacity: 14               Capacity: 14
            Lead                   Capacity: 16
            Capacity: TBC
            THIS IS A MORNING
            CLUB BEFORE
            SCHOOL STARTS:
            8.15am
 A lunchtime Nurture Club will operate alongside this.
 Autumn 1: Year 2, Autumn 2: Y3/4/5/6 Spring 1: Year 3/4/5/6    Spring 2: Year 1/2   Summer 1: Year 5     Summer 2: Year 4
 Nurture Room with Mrs Carlton Capacity: 10
PTO for further details.
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