SEYMOUR ROAD ACADEMY
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Next Tuesday afternoon (22nd January) we start the Parentgym workshops at Seymour Road. These will enable you to meet other parents, develop your parenting skills and it’s all for FREE! If you would like more information, please speak to the office or Mrs Willott. To read more news from Seymour Road Academy, click here.
Happy New Year from the Kiwi Club! The Kiwi children visited The Play Factor on Saturday. They all had lots of fun but everyone agreed that the enormous slide was the highlight of the visit. As it was their final trip they were treated to a celebratory lunch at Frankie and Benny’s Restaurant. The children […]
In art this week, 3DB attempted cave drawings in the style of the stone age people from the prehistoric time period. There are theories that the prehistoric man might have painted animals and hunting scenes on the walls of the caves. Perhaps the cave man wanted to decorate the cave and chose animals because they were important […]
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Our children returned from a residential and came straight to my office to ask when they would be doing the ‘Mission’ that they had missed! It’s brought a whole new sense of excitement to the school.
Children that have previously been dis-engaged in their learning have been re-ignited and inspired. Monday’s have become Mission Monday’s and is the perfect start to the learning week, not just for the children but also the staff!
Chris described our new RESPECT curriculum as ‘transformational to the life chances of our children, preparing them for future challenges.
Debbie Frater believes that the new approach to the curriculum will have a huge impact across all classrooms.
The children take part in interesting and fun missions. I hear all about it at home.
My daughter enjoys the missions and working in her special mission book.
I like the different homework options for my child’s homework. I think its great that they get a choice and they always want to do their homework!
You never get anything from Baz about his day in school but he got a postcard home about his curriculum work. I thought it was a really nice touch. It made him really pleased too!
They seem to learn really interesting stuff now not like your normal curriculum stuff. I have 3 children in school, all a year apart so previously I have known what is coming but that’s not been the case this year. Eesa loves learning about the Queen she comes home every night saying do you know…… She seems to have a new fact everyday!
I have noticed a difference in Millie. With Millie you have to really hook her in and this new curriculum has really got her hooked. There’s been a massive amount of change in school and it all gets a big thumbs up from us. I think the school is great now!