School News

June 2020 Writing Packs

Don't worry if you don't have a printer, you can follow along on the screen and write your answers on blank paper or in a notebook.

Reception Writing Pack - June

Year 1 Writing Pack - June

Year 2 Writing Pack - June

Year 3 Writing Pack - June

Year 4 Writing Pack - June

Year 5 Writing Pack - June

Home Sports Competitions

Please click on the links to view the latest competition. Good luck!

1) Glasshouses CP School Home Tennis Competition (winner to be announced on 11 May 2020)

2) Glasshouses CP School Home Pentathlon Competition  and Vertical Jump Home Scale (closing date 22 May 2020)

Talk Writing Packs by Pie Corbett

Please click on the link below to open the relevant writing pack to use with your child. The activities offer lots of opportunity to discuss the story, ask questions and talk about the vocabulary used. Pie Corbett is a leading educationalist who specialises in finding exciting ways to teach writing. He has put together these home learning packs for parents to use for home learning.
School will be making a donation to his suggested charity (Great Ormond Street Hospital for children) from money raised by our Fundraising Team. 
We hope that you find them useful and more importantly, enjoyable. 
Don't worry if you don't have a printer, you can follow along on the screen and write your answers on blank paper or in a notebook.

Oak National Academy - online classroom and resource hub

The Academy offers 180 video lessons each week for schools to use, across a broad range of subjects. The lessons cover children in Reception through to Year 10 and are free to use by both teachers and young people.

The Oak National Academy can be accessed here:

BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons

In conjunction with the Department for Education, the BBC have developed daily lesson plans for all year groups (Year 1 upwards), which can be accessed via the following link: 

To view the lesson plan schedule, please click on the following: BBC Bitesize Daily Lesson Plans (all year groups)

Rights Respecting Schools - Article of the Week Learning Packs

We think it is incredibly important that children retain the language and knowledge of rights to enable them to express themselves and interpret the world around them. Now more than ever, teaching and learning about rights is vital. Unicef are producing an 'Article of the Week' weekly learning pack and these will be listed below, when they become available. Please encourage your children to work through the packs as part of their distance learning during the period of school closure.

To view the weekly learning pack, please click on the link below:

Article 24 (week 1)

Article 12 (week 2)

Article 7 (week 3)

Article 14 (week 4)

Article 28 (week 5)

Article 19 (week 6)

Article 42 (week 7)

Article 30 (week 8)

Article 17 (week 9)

Keeping your children safe online during school closure

No doubt children will be spending more time online than ever during the period of school closure. Please click on the following link to view a poster that has been produced to help you keep your children safe whilst they are online.

Parent Top Tips - Online Safety during School Closure

Coronavirus COVID-19 Privacy Notice

Please click on the following link to view our temporary Privacy Notice. This temporarily replaces our normal Privacy Notice, which can be found on the 'Policies' page.

Privacy Notice - Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Pupils, Parents and Staff

COVID-19 Disruption - Suggested resources/websites for use during self-isolation/school closure

In addition to the Class/Year Group specific work that can be found on the Class pages of our website, please click on the following resources for more suggestions to help maintain your child's education and keep them occupied during this uncertain time.

Relax Kids Parents eBook

Educational Websites

Useful Educational Links

The following resource has been produced to help children understand why social-distancing measures have been introduced to help stop the spread of the virus and why it is so important that we don't mix with friends and family outside of our immediate household. It also looks at the likely feelings and emotions your children will be going through during this difficult time.

Please click on the following link to open up the story: Coronavirus and Social Distancing - a story for children

Draft Parents, Carers and Visitors Behaviour Policy

We believe that our school is a friendly and welcoming place where our children and staff can feel safe.

Unfortunately, experience in schools around the County is that instances of aggressive and inappropriate behaviour by parents and carers are increasing.

All North Yorkshire schools have been asked to consult parents on a new policy related to parent /carer behaviour in school. This has been put together by the Local Authority’s legal team in order to safeguard staff and to ensure that all parents are setting the correct example to the children whilst on the school premises.

Please click on the following link to view the draft policy: DRAFT PARENT CARER AND VISITOR BEHAVIOUR POLICY

Feedback should be sent to by 27th March 2020.