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20/01/20

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The Female Lead

"People will say to me, 'You've played so many strong women' and I'll say 'Have you ever said to a man, 'You've played so many strong men?'" https://t.co/EKmYaBUsHD

18/01/20

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NHS

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16/01/20

In PSHE, Year 2 pupils eagerly discussed scenarios which they identified as unsafe such as crossing roads and playing near water. They also thought of ways to make these scenarios safer. https://t.co/4gP9kwzFpV

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16/01/20

In Maths in Year 2, pupils have been looking at multiple representations of multiplication including using arrays and applying different methods to solve a problem. https://t.co/y6GUT71Yfj

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16/01/20

In English in Year2 pupils have been exploring the magic ability of 'the girl's’ magic finger in Roald Dahl’s classic.They have used their imagination and came up with ideas for their own magic finger powers and role played its abilities to each other. https://t.co/cuSL0oqusY

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15/01/20

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Mountfitchet Castle

It is the middle of January already and we will be open again for the 2020 season in two months time 😀 We are all really excited for the new season with lots of new additions ….. watch this space ! In the meantime here is a did you know ... more follows.... https://t.co/mXIcJjLX8p

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15/01/20

Thank you to Mrs Gregory who brought her gorgeous dog to meet Aspen this morning. https://t.co/w5fzBLXfq6

14/01/20

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DfE

Tomorrow is the deadline for parents to apply for places at primary schools – read more on our media blog. https://t.co/Va4QmgJUU6

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14/01/20

Year 1 have been learning about Degas' Little Dancer. She had to pose for 8 hours & pupils thought that was easy. After posing for a few seconds, they soon realised how difficult it must have been. https://t.co/69NmQnpuLa

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12/01/20

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Literacy Trust

The rhythms and repetitive language of nursery rhymes make it easier for babies to learn language skills. Try out our library of songs and rhymes: https://t.co/wndYSbu2lp https://t.co/qIEzp5vqVT

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11/01/20

Introducing our new 1215 Committee https://t.co/ekOLZIJHCy

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08/01/20

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DfE

Parents, the deadline to apply for a primary school place for your child in 2020 is January 15th 🏫📚 👇 https://t.co/lLl7eu3Rcl https://t.co/PimWQxAWvw

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03/01/20

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Literacy Trust

Children love to read about things they have done or about people important to them. Making a memory book is a way to build their self-esteem and confidence. https://t.co/rX6tReZaQr https://t.co/yqIQr5pZz1

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02/01/20

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Samaritans

If you had time off for the festive period, we hope it gave you time to recharge and look after you. If you're today and feeling a bit anxious we're here for you 💚 https://t.co/JP9c6RVMAq

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31/12/19

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Hana Tooke

🐘 🎺 BOOK GIVEAWAY 🎺 🐘 I got a little overexcited to see this book in the shops, so I bought two copies and thought I’d share my excitement. To WIN this wonderful book, please like/retweet this and then follow the lovely - by 5th Jan. Open worldwide. Happy New Year! https://t.co/69o2owZlLp

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30/12/19

Magna Carta Primary Academy Retweeted
Samaritans

Listening to someone when they're having a tough time can make a big difference, and could even save a life. Learn how you can be a better listener with our SHUSH tips 👂 https://t.co/q2Z30KuFDp https://t.co/xycX18Dc9c

28/12/19

Congratulations on your much deserved honour. Comparative Judgement is the most effective assessment we have ever used.

26/12/19

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Fabulous Finn

Christmas isn’t festive for all of us. Don’t suffer in silence. It’s okay not to be okay. ☎️Childline 08001111 ☎️Samaritans 116 123 ☎️CALM 0800585858 ☎️Women’s Aid 08082000247 ☎️MIND 03001233393 ☎️Age UK 03001696565 ☎️ Shelter 08088004444 ☎️ LGBT Switchboard 03003300630

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26/12/19

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A.A.Milne

“Wenceslas was perhaps the most beloved King who ever lived. He was a Prince of Peace. I think that to have lived so long ago, and ever since to have been a song on the lips of the world, just because he was gentle, is a wonderful thing to have happened.” ~A.A.Milne https://t.co/aeul2Bf9yq

26/12/19

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Cristin Casey Music

‘Arts teaching could become more important than maths in tech-based future’ – education expert https://t.co/hoYdJTUe5d via

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Good attendance

Our attendance target is 97% because although we would all wish it to be 100%, we all know that small children catch all kinds of bugs and viruses and need to take a little time to recover. There may also be pupils who have serious medical needs which mean they need medical treatment during school hours. If your child has a sickness bug (vomit or diarrhoea), please ensure they stay off school for 48 hours after the last episode. This helps to contain the spread of the illness.


Illness aside, the impact of poor attendance is far reaching. Not only does it affect a pupil’s achievement, it also impacts on their friendships and sense of belonging.


90% of something sounds very positive, but when it comes to attendance, 90% means missing 18 school days, or over three and a half weeks. Parents and schools have a legal duty to do everything they can to ensure good attendance.


The pace of learning is fast, especially for very young children. In Reception, for example, pupils are taught a new sound every day. If they miss a week of school due to a term-time holiday, they will miss that vital learning. Learning builds upon prior learning, therefore it is not easy to catch up when they return, because the class will have moved on. New learning depends on prior learning. Our staff will always support pupils to catch up on what they have missed, however, this is not an ideal position for your child to be in, therefore, if an absence can be avoided, it should be.


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