Weekly Awards

Published on Saturday 14 September 2019 by Crook Primary.

13 September 2019

Pupil of the Week

RR Larissa Green
RS Paul-Junior Quinn
1L Teddy Genner
1M Finlay Craggs
1D Finley Baines
2G Harvey Varley
2N Paul Mason Stewart
3A Marshal Horn
3L Finley Graves
4F Sophie Scott
4R Grace Maskell
5H Thomas Jackson
6O Lilly- May Hope
6T Jake Parvin

Dojo Champs

R Robbie Clarey
1 Mia Gibson
2 Harrison Pollock
3 Willow Routledge
4 Jackson Emmerson & Rhys Slack
5 Viktor Nikolov
6 Rhianne Longmoor


Mastermind

Published on Thursday 12 September 2019 by Crook Primary.

Is your child a "Mastermind?"

Over the next few weeks we will be setting Years 1-6 a "Mastermind Challenge" with specialist subject questions based on their topic and a general knowledge round. Answers need to be back in school by Friday 11th October. The "Mastermind" in each year group will be taken to Durham to visit Waterstones to buy books to the value of £20 to read at home. In the event of a tie, all children with the correct answers in a year group will be entered into a lucky dip hat.

Please use the questions to discuss and debate at home rather than children simply "googling"!


Parent Evenings

Published on Wednesday 11 September 2019 by Crook Primary.

Individual appointments with your child's teacher are available on the following dates. Please contact the school office to book an appointment. It would be wonderful if all parents signed up.

Reception

23rd and 24th October from 3.30-5.50pm
24th October 8-8.50 am

Year 1

6th November 8-8.50am and 3.30-5.50pm

Year 2

5th November 8-8.50 and 3.30-5.50pm

Year 3

5th November 3.30-5.50pm and 7th November 8-8.50am

Year 4

6th November 3.30-5.50 and 7th November 8-8.50

Year 5

4th November 3.30-5.50 and 5th November 8-8.50

Year 6

4th November 3.30-5.50 and 6th November 8-8.50


Mind the Gap

Published on Tuesday 10 September 2019 by Crook Primary.

Do you know that children need a vocabulary of approximately 50,000 words when they leave school in order to thrive academically and beyond? They also need to know what words mean. Yet in normal everyday conversation, we only use approximately 2,000 words.

Our focus this year as a school is to increase children's use of words and their understanding. Please help us at home by explaining any words your children might not know that come up in conversation as well as sometimes exposing them to different words such as "complicated" rather than "tricky"


Well done to 3A Miss Adlington's class for this weeks best class attendance; 99.7%

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We need you to help us!

We are trying hard to improve attendance at school and we need you to do the following things:

  • Attendance drops on a Friday especially before a holiday. Please make sure your child is in school every Friday and does not miss school because you have planned a long weekend.
  • Do not book routine doctors and dentist appointments during school time unless absolutely necessary and bring an appointment card to the office.
  • Holidays will not be granted unless exceptional circumstances. You must apply for leave of absence prior to booking any holiday to see if permission would be granted.
  • Please only keep your child off if they are really ill and not just under the weather. We can always contact you if we feel they need to go home.

Thank you for your continued support in helping us to improve attendance.

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