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C of E Junior School

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  • Science Day

    Published 20/03/17

    On Friday 10th March we celebrated Science Day. The day started with a fantastic whole school assembly by Mad Science. Mad Science then worked with all of the classes, carrying out various exciting experiements. The children also found out about a modern day scientist. The investigations didn't stop there. All of the children took home a science pack to carry on at home.

     

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  • Young Writers Poetry Competition

    Published 16/03/17

    Once Upon A Dream

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  • GPS Workshop

    Published 16/03/17

    On Tuesday 31st January we held a Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling workshop for parents. We outlined strategies and helpful advice for how parents can best support their children at home in these areas. We also shared with them end of KS2 SATs expectations. Thank you to the parents and children who were able to attend for the way you participated in the activities and for the very positive feedback we received.

    Ms Callaghan, Mrs Heath and Mrs Brown

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  • Gold Music Award !

    Published 03/03/17

    Church Hill Junior School are delighted to have received the top Leicester-Shire Schools Music Service Quality Music Award on January 27th.  Only 5 schools across the City and the County received the award this year.  It celebrates the excellence in the teaching of music across the school.

     

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  • Amazing success of our Family Reading Cafe

    Published 03/03/17

    At 8am our school doors opened to our first ‘Family Reading Café’. It was a huge success! Our school canteen and hall were full of parents, staff and children enjoying scrumptious breakfast delights whilst sharing reading and discussing the books and characters.

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  • Ofsted Inspection......We are a 'Good' School !!!

    Published 31/01/17

    The staff and governors were delighted to receive the Ofsted report which really reflects the ethos of our school, the caring attitude of the whole school community and the hard work of our staff and governors. We knew we were a ‘Good School’ and it is good to get that recognition the second highest grade to be awarded – the Inspectors also highlighted many outstanding features and exemplary practice moving us towards an outstanding school!

    I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the staff, governors and parents for their outstanding contribution to the life of our school, for their hard work and support in giving all the children in our school a great all round education and many exciting learning opportunities across the curriculum and for your contribution to make us the school we are and a school to be proud of.

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  • Maths Calculation Workshop for Parents

    Published 16/01/17

    On Tuesday 10th January, we held a maths calculation workshop for parents. The purpose of the evening was to share with parents some different strategies and methods we use at school to support children in solving calculations (+, -, x, ÷). Parents explored the concept of reasoning by explaining which method was most efficient and effective- mental, jottings or written.

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  • Maths Day

    Published 09/01/17

    On Wednesday 4th January 2017, Church Hill CofE Junior School held a Maths day! The purpose of this day was to prmote the three aims of the new curriculum: number fluency, poblem solving and reasoning.

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  • Reading Information Evening for Parents

    Published 06/12/16

     

    On Tuesday 1st November, we held a reading information evening for parents. The purpose of the evening was to share with parents some different strategies we use at school to support children in developing their reading proficiency and for parents to be able to use those strategies at home. 

    Mrs Heath talked about the different layers of understanding we can get from a text, with a particular focus on inferential comprehension, using the beautifully written and illustrated book, ‘The Whale’s Song’. 

    Ms Callaghan explained to parents the process of reciprocal reading. Parents participated in a reading session using an excerpt from the wonderfully descriptive text, ‘The Arabian Nights’, where they worked on predicting, clarifying, questioning and summarising skills. 

    Miss Moore led our final workshop, showing parents how to do paired reading at home with their child. She also introduced parents to our school library and the wonderful range of interesting, exciting and informative books we have available for borrowing. 

    Thank you to all the parents who attended the session and joined in with the activities so readily – the teachers really appreciated your participation. Thank you also for the really positive feedback we received – It was great to know that you found the sessions both enjoyable and informative. 

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  • Diocesan Inspection - We are Outstanding !

    Published 02/12/16

    We are thrilled & delighted with the Diocesan SIAMs Inspection Report 10th November 2016 –   WE ARE OUTSTANDING!

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  • New School Dinner Menu from 7th November 2016

    Published 03/11/16

    Our school dinners are delicious, healthy and very affordable.  Please carry on reading for our new winter menu which the children can start enjoying from 7th November.

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  • Year 3 Walk like an Eqyptian!

    Published 25/10/16

    Year 3 had an exciting Ancient Egyptian day! They made headdresses, clay canopic jars and pyramids. They took part in an Egyptian Math lesson and wrote their name in hieroglyphs on real papyrus paper. Many of the children looked fantastic in the costumes they had researched and made for homework.

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