CHILDREN IN NEED - SPOTTY OUTFIT COMPETITION
We wanted to say a huge well done and thank you to all of the children who came into school wearing something spotty today for Children in need. A big well done to all of those who created their own outfit, we have had some amazing creations this year! We will be announcing a winner for each year group on Monday with a prize and certificate. have a look at the pictures and see what you think! Total amount raised to be revealed soon!
WESTON SUPER MARE JULY 2017
On Tuesday 4th July all of Redfield ET went on a trip to Weston Super Mare. Staff, children and their families enjoyed a day on the beach with donkey rides, ice creams and sand castle competitions. A huge thanks to FORET for enabling all children to go free of charge!
Health week June 2017
Our children and staff enjoyed a week of health activities. We were lucky to have parents come in to talk about making healthy choices, teach circus skills and yoga. During the week children focussed on exercise, dental health, general health and mental health.
POLICE VISIT MAY 2017
On Friday the local police visited for a fun afternoon. The children got to speak to the police officers and sit in the car and van. Some children even got to turn on the sirens.
Science week 2017
As part of Science week the children in our school explored 'Changes'. On the Monday, all classes took part in a carousel day where they worked with other teachers to carry out investigations. During the week the children then investigated different changes with their class. Take a look at all of the fun things we did!
WORLD BOOK DAY 2017
For World Book Day we all dressed up as our favourite book characters. Staff dressed as 'Where's Wally?' to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the book. We opened our library for the first time and all of the children enjoyed their first visit. Also all staff went into different classes to share their favourite books and we had Drop Everything And Read (DEAR) happen twice during the day. Ask the children about their favourite part of the day!
MUSIC WITH PENNY
The children have been enjoying doing music every week with Penny.
This term Yasmin and Emily have delivered a cooking club to children after school. The children have enjoyed designing and making fruit salad and cheesecake. Next week they will be making pizza!
RACE FOR LIFE 2016
We held our own Race for Life raising money for Cancer Research UK. We raised a grand total of £561.63.
Alongside the UK National Curriculum for Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 and 2 we also teach the Learn Together Ethical Education curriculum. We teach a modern foreign language in all year groups including Reception.
Our aim is to teach a rich, broad and balanced curriculum built around the Learn Together curriculum and the National Curriculum. We believe children learn best through experiencing a varied and diverse range of activities and subjects. At all times we are aware of opportunities in the full curriculum to develop literacy and maths skills. English and maths are taught every day both across the curriculum and in discrete lessons. We believe that outdoor learning is very important and we use the playground and neighbouring parks and gardens to develop this. The ethics and the environment strand of the Learn Together Curriculum further develops this aspect.
See below for the more detail on the curriculum covered in Maths, Science and English and the other subjects in each year from Reception to Year 6. In phonics we use Letters and Sounds and Jolly Phonics along with other resources.
This outlines the main areas of learning in each year group. We teach each child according to their needs. For example some children may be learning maths or English at a higher level than that of their year group or at a lower level. These overviews are therefore only a guide to progression through the subjects. Those working above Year 6 levels will be taught from the KS3 curriculum and those below from the earlier stages of the Early Years curriculum. Please speak to us if you have any queries.