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Middleton is a UNICEF Rights Respecting School

Awards-UnicefThe UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools Award recognises achievement in putting the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) at the heart of a school’s planning, policies, practice and ethos.

At Middleton Primary School, we are an Initial Teacher Training School and aim to provide the highest possible standards of learning for all children, whilst encouraging them to become responsible and caring individuals who show respect for everyone.

 

We provide as many varied opportunities as possible to ensure each child reaches their true potential and gains full and equal access to a challenging and creative curriculum.

Developing citizenship, environmental awareness and a healthy lifestyle are central to our core purpose. Our aim is for all children to feel safe, happy and healthy within our learning environment. We promote positive behaviour and attitudes that allow us to understand our World and help to protect our future.  We strive to develop kindness, fairness and understanding at school and in the wider community. We believe that this is achieved through working as a team and in partnership with parents and the local community.

Our School Aims

  • To provide an inclusive, welcoming and safe environment in which every child is valued, cared for and supported.
  • To offer a broad and balanced curriculum that provides children with the best possible learning opportunities and experiences and enables them to enjoy their education and develop positive attitudes towards learning.
  • To ensure that all children are able to realise their potential through high quality learning and teaching experiences that promote and value all achievement and raise self esteem.
  • To inform and encourage all children to adopt a healthy lifestyle by promoting healthy eating, regular exercise and physical and mental well being.
  • To promote equality, respect and understanding and to provide opportunities for children to learn about and celebrate cultural diversity.
  • To develop an appreciation of the World in which we live and an awareness of our environment to encourage children to be responsible citizens of the future.

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What we’ve been up to…

Tennis Festival

Last week 12 pupils had a fun day out at the Tennis Centre. Mark Dennison ,from BBC Radio Nottingham, interviewed some of them. Here is the Podcast:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p067ryxp

RRSA – Fundraising at Nottingham Trent University

Our RRSA steering group children were invited to be involved in a special fundraising event to help our sister school in Togo. The students organising this event were inspired by our RRSA group’s workshop on Children’s Rights in December 2017 and as a result wanted to help promote RRSA in the University. The fundraising event took place at the University, where we helped to sell cakes, tombola tickets and distribute leaflets about UNICEF and our sister school in Togo. We were also given a tour of the university and had a competition to design a university .Thanks to our students we helped to raised £100.83 . We had a fantastic day and returned to school with treats provided by the students and their tutor Fiona Hunter.

This week’s challenges 18.6.18

This week’s Writing challenges Design your own superhero comic strip. Green Challenge Can you write all the sounds you can hear? Use a sound mat to help you form the letters correctly. Orange Challenge Can you link your words together to write a sentence? Try to remember finger spaces and a full stop. Red Challenge  Use correct letter formation,  finger spaces and a full stop. Do you need to include any digraphs? This week’s  Maths challenges 3D shape Green Challenge Can you name some of the 3D shapes? Orange Challenge. Can you say which 3D shape objects around the classroom are? Red Challenge  Can you say what 3Dshape objects around the classroom are? Can you explain how you know? Unit challenge Can you make a superhero...