Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school.
Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of your child’s school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. If your child is at a boarding or a residential special school, it also asks for your opinion on five aspects of your child’s boarding or welfare. We will use the information you provide when making decisions about which schools to inspect, and when.
When inspecting education in independent schools, we recommend when inspection should take place but inspect at the request of the DfE.
By sharing your views, you’ll be helping your child’s school to improve. You will also be able to see what other parents have said about Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School. Or, if you want to, view the results for any school in England.
Click here to access the site https://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/
Safer Internet Day
2018 will be the 15th year Safer Internet Day will be celebrated in over 100 countries around the world. It will run under the slogan ‘Let’s create a better internet together’ and will promote the positive power of the internet to allow people to create, share and connect. On Tuesday 6th February all the children at school will take part in this important day and have a focused lesson on being safe on the Internet. Miss Roberts will launch the day with a special assembly. At school, we ensure that all the children are safe through our E-Safety policy; dedicated lessons as part of the computing curriculum and through raising awareness amongst pupils and parents. Check out what’s going on at @giveasmile or @sid18
The National Curriculum states that ALL children need to know their Time Tables 1x 2x 3x 4x 5x 6x 7x 8x 9x 10x 11x 12x by the end of Year 4. We know that some children are really quick to learn Time Tables and some children need LOTS of reinforcement to recall facts quickly. Children need to be able to recall facts quickly when using the operation of multiplication or division. If we can make this learning fun at both home and school we can ensure children know their timetables. Here are some websites with games and apps you might find useful!
Reading at home.
Please can we encourage all parents to make sure that they are listening to their child read regularly at home. Even if a child is a fluent reader it is still important that they get the opportunity to read aloud to an adult or to share a book and be read to by an adult on a regular basis. Whilst we do endeavour to provide lots of reading opportunities in the school day, reading at home too will encourage a lifelong love of reading and greater progress in this area. Thank you for working in partnership with us