As part of our Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning the whole school are thinking about ‘SEAL – Getting On Falling Out’. Our Community Celebration on Friday at 9.00am in the school hall will shine the spotlight on the following celebration of our Core Offer:
‘I make an active contribution to the classroom community’
• Mrs Galling has nominated Jacob Warren
• Mr Hampton has nominated Jayden Dodd-Stuz
• Miss Butler has nominated Nevaeh Teague
• Miss Brine has nominated Sophia Wright
• Mr Franklin has nominated Jamie Milton & Jack Carley
• Mrs Robson has nominated Ayesha Heyward • Mrs Cousins has nominated Harvey Wilkinson
• Miss Shopland has nominated Alfie Payne
• Mr Hankin has nominated Daisy Mason
• Miss Cameron has nominated Daniel Oldbury
KEY DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
School photographer in school for individual photographs – Thursday 10th November
Flu immunisation clinic – Thursday 1st December
Last day of Autumn Term – Friday 16th December
First day of Spring Term – Tuesday 3th January 2017
Mrs Galling would like to thank Mia Wallis and her Mum, as they explained there appears to be confusion over whether children push or ride their scooters and bikes up the path from Sandringham Road.
Please can children push their bikes and scooter from the Sandringham Road gate to the scooter/bike park, to help everyone stay safe. Thank you!
Many thanks to all the children, parents and staff who made our 3 visiting INSTEAD Reviewers feel so comfortable. Whilst they were exhausted at all the activities and conversations they were involved in, they were totally ‘blown away’ by the way in which parents engage in supporting their children’s learning in Time to Think. Alongside this they were hugely impressed at the way in which children were able to engage in conversation about their learning and their school.
Special mention goes to: Ebonie Goacher, Summer Ross, Ashton Harry, Sam Deighton, Chloe-May Price and Joshua-Paul Price, who engaged in a 30 minutes discussion regarding how Haytor View consistently has such good levels of attendance. They did a great job!
The summary feedback included ‘this school is very special,’ and ‘I’ve never been in a school where children and parents have such a sense of place’.
We will be using the outcomes to support the further development of our provision over the year, and will be putting regular updates on the newsletter.
We wanted the visitors to see the ‘real’ Haytor View, and wow what an amazing job you all did!
Thank you – Mrs Galling and Mr Hampton
A warm welcome to Rio Hughes who has started with us in F1 this week.
We’d like to say goodbye to Noah, Ella and Kai Weston who will be leaving us at the end of half term to attend a new school. We wish you the best of luck in your new school.
We appreciate that sometimes your plans can change, which means you need to make changes in the collection arrangements for your child. On such occasions, we would wish to have as much notice as possible of changes, in order that we can update the daily class log sheet in the office. If you are able to inform the office of any changes in the morning, it will best enable us to effectively support the end of day handover for your child.
There is a 2.30pm deadline for contacting the office of any changes to collection arrangements, in order that we can put our internal processes in place and guarantee that your child receives the message. We are not able to action any changes after 2.30pm, other than in the case of an actual EMERGENCY. We expect these changes to be rare, where we are concerned as to ongoing changes of arrangements, Miss Liley or Mr Hampton will pick these conversations up direct with parents. If you have any questions in relation to this, please speak with Miss Liley or Mr Hampton.
“We hope you’ve had a great Easter holiday – Back to school Monday 11th April. See you then!” – Haytor View School –02/09/2016 - 4:23 pm
“We hope you’ve had a great Easter holiday – Back to school Monday 11th April. See you then!”
– Haytor View School –
The following children have been nominated for being a ‘Start of the Day Superstar’ in Key Stage 1 Time to Think – well done! • Aaron Donald in Year 1 and Mrs Donald who work hard and support each other in time to think • Daisy Hadley in Year 1 and Mrs Hadley who work hard and support each other in time to think
If your child is not going to attend school, we would be very appreciative if you can spend a few minutes to
contact the school office. If we are unable to contact you via text message or telephone, your child’s absence
will be recorded as unauthorised.
Year 1: 98.7%
Year 2: 86.7%
Year 3: 96.4%
Year 4: 97.7%
Year 5: 86.5%
Year 6: 93.2%
CELEBRATING SUCCESSAs part of our Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning the whole school are thinking about ‘SEAL – New Beginnings’. Our Community Celebration on Friday at 9.00am in the school hall will shine the spotlight on the following celebration of our Core Offer:
‘I set a good example to others’
• Mrs Galling has nominated Jason Mahon
• Mr Hampton has nominated Jamie Carter
• Miss Butler has nominated Finley Cooke
• Miss Broomfield has nominated Katie McMahon
• Miss Brine has nominated Ellie Cramond
• Mrs Robson has nominated Aimee-Nicole Lister
• Mrs Cousins has nominated Sydney Heawood
• Miss Shopland has nominated Nicole Cooke
• Mr Hankin has nominated Keira Dixon
• Mr Blurton has nominated Talia Simmons
• Miss Cameron has nominated George Wiktorko