Daily Routines - Bradbury School

Report
Claudia Tarr 4T: [email protected]
Anna Gardener 4G: [email protected]
Melanie Broomfield 4B: [email protected]
Carol Farrington 4F: [email protected]
Marilyn Day 4G: [email protected]
Agenda for this Evening
•Aims for Year 4
•Expectations (Behaviour and Work)
•Daily Routines
•Homework
•Supporting your child at home
•PYP Units of Inquiry
•Educational visits and Camp
•Snack and Lunches
•Dates to remember
EXPECTATIONS
Be an example to others
in the school
School rules of
respect
Be self-organised
and responsible
Be motivated and
aim to be the best
they can be
Behaviour
and
Work
To be able to
reflect on their
learning and
their work
Be co-operative and
caring
Learn to become
inquirers
Daily Routines
•Communication: Diary/Email
•Coming to school prepared (stationery)
•Borrowing Books: Library (2-5 books)
•Home reading record
•Uniform/Wearing PE Kit
•Healthy snacks and lunches.
Homework
Homework will start on Monday 2nd September. This will be given out
every 2 weeks in the form of a grid. It needs to be returned on the
following Wednesday 11th September.
Links for computer games and research can be found on ‘The Buzz’.
The tasks on the grid will include:
-Reading: 15-20 minutes/daily
-Literacy: spelling activities
-An inquiry related task
-Maths related to current focus
SUPPORTING YOUR
CHILD AT HOME
•Provide a suitable place and time where homework
needs to be done
•Any problems regarding homework, please ask your
child to inform us and we can go through it with them
•Organise playdates and outdoor activities
•Begin to prepare your child for independence for
camp
E.g. sleepovers, daily routines
Term 1 Units of Inquiry
HOW WE EXPRESS OURSELVES
Celebrations and traditions are expressions of culture
SHARING THE PLANET
Ecosystems can be changed by a variety of factors
Day Trip to Hong Kong Wetland Park. Dates to be advised.
HOW WE ORGANISE OURSELVES
There are many systems in the production, supply and distribution of
food
FOOD (SNACK AND LUNCHES)
Please provide your child with a healthy, nutritious snack
and lunch. We encourage children not to share their food.
Food Allergies: NO NUTS -Please be aware that we have
students in the school with severe, life threatening
allergies to nuts.
If your child does have a severe allergy, please ensure that
you have informed the school in writing.
OTHER DATES TO REMEMBER
School photos – Friday 13th September
PARENT CONSULTATIONS
–Wednesday 30th October
-Thursday 7th November (Book on Gateway)
CHEUNG CHAU YEAR 4 CAMP
-Pre Camp parent meeting (Date to be advised)
4B and 4F Monday to Wednesday 2nd – 4th December (2 nights/3 days)
4G and 4T Wednesday to Friday 4th – 7th December (2 nights/3 days)
CLASS ASSEMBLIES
4T/4G: 11th October
4B/4F: 25th October
Bradbury School Website
On the school website you can find the following
information under ‘Learning at Bradbury’:
• A copy of this PowerPoint
• Year 4 Camp
• Programme Of Inquiry
• Check the school calendar for all upcoming dates
http://www.bradbury.edu.hk/
Reporting to Parents
•Completed sections of reports can be accessed
throughout the year (eg UOI Comments)
•Maths and English will be reported on at the end of each
term on Gateway
•End of year reports can be downloaded as a PDF document
and printed off by parents - the school will not be sending
home a hard copy of the report this year
•Parent/Teacher consultations (Oct/Nov) - booking
appointments will be online through Gateway

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