B Cador: March 2017
We are hosting two Information Presentations/Workshops for parents this week.
The first is a presentation on ONLINE SAFETY led by PC Amy Fletcher on WEDNESDAY 8th MARCH.
Having organised and attended one of Amy's presentations in the past, the feedback from parents was extremely positive. If we think it is important that our children know how to keep safe on the road or near water, then surely we need to actively know how to keep them safe online (which can potentially be as hazardous as being near a road or by water).
We are very grateful to PC Amy Fletcher for offering TWO presentations workshops; one at 3.30pm and another at 5.30pm.
Children will be supervised, if needed, in school for the 3.30pm presentation. Unfortunately, we cannot offer child supervision for the 5.30pm.
Please do your very best to attend one of the presentations — you'll be pleased you did!
The second is a MATHS CURRICULUM WORKSHOP led by staff on THURSDAY 9th MARCH at 5.30pm.
Do you want to
understand the expectations of the Mathematics curriculum?
have a better understanding of how Maths is taught in school?
know how to support your child(ren) at home more with their maths?
Then why not come along and find out more?
Feedback from our recent Literacy Curriculum Workshop:
'...a mixture of presentation and practical'
'Lively and interesting'
'Very informative -- Thank you'
Please find reply slips to notify us of your intention to attend on the attached flyer. Paper copies will also be sent home.
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