IMPORTANT CLUB DISMISSAL INFORMATION:
Hi all, as club dismissal can be very busy there will be different dismissal points, from this afternoon, to help spread them out a bit.
Phase 1 (Reception and Y1) will be dismissed from the Heart space.
Phase 2 (Y2,3,4) will be dismissed from the Phase 2 classrooms (parents please check the classroom doors to see which club is on).
Phase 3 clubs will leave via the Year 8/9 entrance (main entrance).
All through Sports club will be dismissed from the Heart Space.
Parents/Carers please be patient at dismissal and don’t call for your child as some of the teachers running clubs will not know you so will need to ensure pupils are leaving with the correct adults.
Thanks for your co-operation.
It’s NATIONAL POETRY DAY this Thursday. All pupils are invited to come to school in non-uniform to celebrate the day. Throughout the day pupils will be engging in reading, writing and performing poetry. A £1 donation for non-uniform is suggested. All money raised will be used to enhance the school library resources. Thank you for your support.
YEAR 8 PARENTS AND CARERS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM SCHOOL REGARDING VACCINATIONS
The HPV Vaccination is now being offered to all year 8 children to protect against HPV infection therefore reducing your child’s risk of cancer Please find https://www.leedsimmunisations.co.uk/ for more information and to complete the consent form. The form needs to be completed whether you wish your child to receive the vaccination or not.
Your school code is ….EE141883
Deadline for consent returns….25.10.19
Contact 0113 8433101 if you have any questions
You can also return the paper copy that was sent home from school.
If you have already sent a form please ignore this message.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
It’s been a lovely start to the new academic year. Attached is our first newsletter of the year. A shorter summary version in paper form will go out to all parents and carers this week.
Important information, diary dates and a message from our new Chair of Governors is included.
The last day in school this academic year is FRIDAY 19th JULY
School will close for ALL PUPILS at 12.15pm this day.
Dear Parents and Carers,
The last few weeks of summer term are upon us and rather than have a gradual end to the school year a flooding incident has meant things have become much busier than we had anticipated.
A fault with the main water tank resulted in an entire floor of classrooms filling with over 1000 cubic metres of water. Although we worked quickly to get all the water out, the rooms have taken some time to dry. Currently over 20 industrial heaters and dehumidifiers are running 24 hours a day to remove the damp. In the meantime staff have created ‘pop-up classrooms’ in spaces all over school and are going above and beyond to make sure this has as little impact as possible on teaching and learning.
Some things have had to change e.g. Read, Write Inc. lessons have been replaced with in-class phonics sessions so pupils still receive the same content, assemblies have altered as Rec are using the Heart Space,
Dear Parents and Carers,
Due to the flooding across school we will be cancelling ALL after school clubs for the remainder of the half term except these few:
Miss Leighton’s Clubs
Monday – cheerleading…
Tuesday- phase 3 dance
Wednesday – musical theatre
Friday- all through dance
Mr Connor’s All star cricket club
Miss Richardson’s Boys rugby
Miss Townend’s Phase 2 Football Club on a Wednesday
The Admin Team will confirm this with you.
We are sorry for the inconvenience this may cause.
Thank you for your understanding.
We have some news! One of our reception teachers – Miss Thornber will be spending 9 days this half term at another school in the Red Kite Trust from Tuesday 23rd April- Friday 3rd May. She’s been asked to help them work with their team whilst a member of their staff is away.
We are very lucky at TLA to have a large Early Years team with 3 teachers and 5 Teaching Assistants across just 2 classes and strong Early Years provision so we have the capacity to release one of our members of staff. We often work collaboratively at meetings and visit each other’s schools for ideas and to develop curriculums and provision. This extended visit will give us the opportunity to further develop relationships with local schools and to develop our curriculums. The school would like support with our strengths in Maths Mastery and ICT and have just started to use a Talk for Writing literacy approach-something which we are interested in using to develop our story writing.