Charlestown Primary School

Learning Together in the 21st Century

Reception Parents SHARE Learning October 14, 2009

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Parents of childern in our Reception class came in to school today for the second SHARE session. It was led by Mrs Allcock and Mrs Jones. The children made ‘feely boxes’ out of shoe boxes and pieces of material. Everybody had fun and it was great to see parents and children working together.

 

Charlestown’s Wordle June 10, 2009

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Wordle: Charlestown primary

 

A wordle is a program that takes all the words off a website or document and then makes a pattern from them.  The bigger the word the more often it has been used.   I think this says alot about our school and our values.   Click on the picture to see the whole wordle.

 

1000 Visits April 20, 2009

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Amazingly our school blog has now recieved over one thousand hits since it started!   A massive thanks to everyone who has visited, commented and contributed to the blog, it is really becoming an important part of our school life – long may it continue.

 

Keep blogging!

 

Celebrating Success! January 30, 2009

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Dear Parents/Carers, Children, Staff and Governors,

I am writing to tell you about the continuing excellent performance of the school in terms of children’s academic achievements at the end of Key Stage Two.   As you may have heard, last years tests were surrounded by controversy and some of the data from these tests taken last May has only just been released.

I am pleased to report that our results for children’s achievement are excellent.   This means that if you take all the schools in the country from the poorest performing schools where children do not make expected progress, to the highest performing schools where children make more than expected progress, Charlestown ranks  in the top 10%.

This is the result of the hard work of the children, the excellent teaching and support from all the staff and governors and the support that you provide your children with homework and reading at home.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for this outstanding achievement.

Yours sincerely,

Mr D Gauld.

 

‘Lets Cook Together’

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Every Friday of four weeks parents and children are invited to cook together in the community wing at school.   They learn about healthy foods, cooking on a budget and try tasty new recepies.   Everybody then eats their food together and discuss what they like about it and how they created it.

The last of the sessions is next week, but there is another course starting on the 13th of March.   Anyone interested should contact school or Sarah at Family First.