Courteenhall Road, Blisworth, Northampton, NN7 3DD

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Blisworth Community Primary School

Be the Best You Can Be

We will soon be offering tours on a Saturday for parents applying for 2021 reception school places. Please call the office on 01604 858414 or email admin@blisworth.northants.sch.uk for more information.

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Information For Parents

Home Learning 

Teachers will be updating these pages regularly starting on Monday 23rd March until further notice.

 

Reception

Year 1    

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Accelerated Reader

Quizzes are now available via this link

Most books have quizzes available for them, in order to find out whether the book has a quiz please go to www.arbookfind.co.uk .

 

Virtual Millionaire Board

The Millionaire Board is now closed until September! Lots of children made a huge push in these last weeks to get the next certificate! We even have our first ever Three Millionaires! Thank you to the children for all the amazing reading they have been doing. Keep up the reading over the summer so you can get a head start collecting your words next year!

We want to ensure all children get the certificates they have earned. We have decided to celebrate the achievements in September with the certificates being handed out then. They will be printed this term and left untouched until September. Most of the Year 6 children on the list have younger siblings who can bring their certificates home. We will ensure that Year 6 children with no younger siblings get their certificate.

 

Virtual Millionaire Board WB 15th June 2020

Virtual Millionaire Board WB 22nd June 2020

Virtual Millionaire Board WB 29th June 2020 

Virtual Millionaire Board WB 6th July 2020

Virtual Millionaire Board WB 13th July 2020

 

 Home Learning and SEND

As an inclusive school we are keen that all resources can be shared with all children and that if they are suitable for your child, you should have access to them. The following resources can be used to support all children at this time. Your child does not need to have been identified as having a special educational need or disability in order to access them.

No one expects parents to act as teachers or childcare providers, or to provide the activities and feedback that a school would. However, here are some really fantastic resources to help you either with learning or with positive mental health. Some will support children who may be particularly anxious about Coronavirus, so well worth having a look:

The following resource is really useful if you are finding that you need support in managing behaviour or if your child needs more structure-they do not need a diagnosis to access this resource: 

 To read the full Gov.UK advice please follow this link: 

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/help-children-with-send-continue-their-education-during-coronavirus-covid-19?utm_source=2e5b55a3-a70c-4ef9-9d11-f63b6d452437&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=govuk-notifications&utm_content=immediate

 Maths:

Carol Vorderman is doing some good maths lessons, for children and parents who need to go over concepts several times:

https://www.themathsfactor.com/

Phonics: We have class logins to Oxford Owl website, and here is the link to daily phonics lessons:
Mental health:
Behaviour:
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These pages provide the key information parents, children and visitors are most likely to need. Information is updated regularly and gives a good overview of the life of the school. 

There are times when parents in some classes need ready access to documents or information and we will post them on this page to make them easier to find.

 

Year 6 information for the residential trip to the Isle of Wight 2020 can be found here.

 

 In January we held the Year 6 SATs Evening for parents, which was very well attended. For those who would like to recap the information, or for those that didn't make it, the information can be found here.

 

On the evening of 10/12/19 we held a meeting to discuss our Sex and Relationship provision with parents. This has always been taught at Blisworth but the  scheme of work is now within Jigsaw which covers other aspects of children's health, social and emotional education. During the meeting we discussed why sex education is important to children's development and how Jigsaw fits into that. All parents at the meeting were asked to provided written feedback via a sheet so that we can gauge parental views. 

The following materials were handed out to parents and formed the basis on the conversation. If other parents would like to share their views with school, the feedback sheet is provided below or we can send home a paper version - please contact the office who will organise that.

Information leaflet

Guide to year groups

Feedback form

 

 Links to useful websites:

https://www.jobcentrenearme.com/