Headteacher's Blog

Promoting British Values

Through its curriculum, extra-curricular activities, teaching and learning, Springside Primary School will promote British values. By doing so, we will ensure that all learners understand the values that have traditionally underpinned British society. The teaching of these values will promote cohesiveness within our school and community. We will prepare pupils for life in England where the population has an increasingly rich diversity of backgrounds, origins, beliefs and cultures by promoting the values on which our society has been built. By teaching pupils these values we will help all to become good citizens of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Music Assembly

posted 15 Sep 2018, 02:52 by Gillian Thornicroft

This week, Bury Music Service came to play some live music for us. They were advertising their private lessons. Please look at the leaflet your child will bring home as we would love for some of our children to learn to play an instrument. 



Welcome Back

posted 8 Sep 2018, 07:28 by Gillian Thornicroft

Welcome back everyone. We are all going to have a great year!!

 

Year 6 Leaver's Show

posted 2 Aug 2018, 10:21 by Gillian Thornicroft

Well done to all our Year 6 children for their fabulous performance tonight! I don't think there was a dry eye in the house!!





Values Afternoon - Community

posted 18 Jul 2018, 09:35 by Gillian Thornicroft

Last week, we had our last Values afternoon of the year. The theme was 'Community', we all really enjoyed our learning. 
EYFS
They looked at what a community is and what makes their community special. The children know that although they all share the same community, they have different things that they like to do. They shared what they like to do in the community and who helps them. 
Year 1
They looked at their school community, clubs they were in, friendship groups, shops in the community and places they eat in their community.
Year 2
They looked at the different communities they are all part of. They then thought of people who look after them in their community. They wrote thank-you cards to the fire fighters. 
Year 3
They created collages to spell community with pictures which represent Bury. They then made badges to show different communities they belong to e.g. Brownies, swimming clubs etc
Year 4
They looked at what it means to be part of the British community. They thought about the values and freedoms they enjoy as citizens of great Britain. They said what belonging to the British community means to them. 
Year 5
They looked at various contexts of community -  they live where they choose to and who they share their community with - They made friendship bracelets to show community
Year 6
They looked at the impact of natural disasters such as volcanoes on the community and how communities re-build and start afresh. 



 



Oak's Graduation

posted 15 Jul 2018, 06:42 by Gillian Thornicroft

Well done to all the children in the Oak class (reception) who had their graduation this week. You are all really grown up and you are all ready for moving into year 1. 


2018 Leavers Assembly

posted 14 Jul 2018, 01:04 by Gillian Thornicroft

Well done to all our year 6 children for their great Leaver's Assembly this year. It is good to be able to use the church for this wonderful assembly. 
Thank-you to Rev. Thompson for opening the church for us. 

Derby High School Dance Festival 2018

posted 7 Jul 2018, 04:23 by Gillian Thornicroft

Well done to all the children in the Glee Club for performing your fantastic dance at the Derby High Dance Festival. You all looked great on the stage. 



Cluster Schools Athletics 2018

posted 7 Jul 2018, 04:16 by Gillian Thornicroft

Well done to all the children who competed in the cluster athletics tournament this week. Your represented the school very well. 




Summer Fair 2018

posted 30 Jun 2018, 03:49 by Gillian Thornicroft

Thank-you to all our members of the Friends of Springside Group who worked really hard to organise, set up and run our super Summer Fair. 
It was a great success. 

Book Fair 2018

posted 30 Jun 2018, 03:45 by Gillian Thornicroft

Thank-you to all the children and parents who bought books from our Book Fair this week. 

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