Alongside Cojo (to develop character traits), we will be redesigning our curriculum over the course of the year to ensure that every child can reach their potential with key skills and a broad range of knowledge. Each year group will have a focus. Please see the overall scheme below. You can go to our curriculum page, which will give more details for each year group and specific subjects.
Let's make this year a year of reading at Scotholme. One of our key improvement strategies this year is to improve all children's reading speed, stamina, understanding and enjoyment of text. We will be publishing a 'Reading Page' giving recommendations for books for the different year groups and sign-posting you to other places which may help you develop your child's reading at home. You can help your child by trying to read every night at home.
It was great to see everyone back at school today. Everybody looked amazing in their school uniform. Pencils were sharp, books were ready and the whole year is stretching in front of us. Make the most of it because it will be July before you know it.
Two questions from today:
Well done to the prize winners from each class. Even though everyone at Scotholme is amazing, some people
Well done to all of the children who have won their 100% attendance awards for the entire year!
Well done to three Year 6 children who managed to achieve 100% attendance for their entire time at Scotholme:
Rainbow spent a week travelling through Peru, trekking nearly 50km ranging from 12,500 to 14,500ft above sea-level to raise money for The Phoenix Projects. Oh and Mr Newton went too.
KS2 Lead/ Website Maintained by:
Click here to take you to the SumDog log in page.
Log into Active Learn (formerly Bug Club) to read at home! Ask your teacher for your username and password if you've forgotten it.
School code: jgcx
Log in to Discovery Coding for tasks you can do at home!