What a fantastic week so far! I have been really impressed with my new class, every single person’s attitude to learning is amazing!
Today we have been showing how Y5/6 will “Fly High” in September.
I am really looking forward to spending next year with you!
I cant believe we are nearly at the end of Y1! It has gone so quick!
I have really enjoyed this year and I feel like you have all worked so hard. I am very proud of all of you and your efforts – it was a hard decision this year who to choose as my ‘Star of the Year’ as well as my ‘100% Effort’ child.
We have made lots of memories and shared lots of new and exciting experiences.
I hope you have all enjoyed year 1 as much as I have. I will certainly miss you all next year but I PROMISE to come and say hello when my baby arrives!
What are your memories of Y1 – what did you enjoy? What will you never forget about Y1?
Once again the year 6 pupils at Hoyland Common Primary School have excelled in their KS2 SATs. The children received their results on Monday and I can now share with you the overall levels.
In Reading 100% of children achieved the national expectation of level 4 and 69% of children attained above this with a level 5. In writing 94% of children attained a level 4 and 42% achieved a level 5. In Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 94% of children achieved a level 4, 71% a level 5 and 3 children (6%) also achieved a level 6! Which is a fantastic effort, bearing in mind less than 1% of children nationally got a level 6 in Grammar, punctuation and spelling last year. Finally in maths 98% of children achieved a level 4 and 67% of children achieved level 5. Amazingly 11 children, 23% of the year groups achieved a level 6 in maths, compared to nationally last year of less than 2% of children attained a level 6.
These results are a fantastic achievement for the children and the school and we are incredibly proud of them all. It just goes to show what can be done when such effort and hard work is put in!
The members of the Hoyland Common Primary School Council had a wonderful day yesterday visiting the Houses of Parliament. The children got to go in to the House of Lords and the Queens State Rooms, we also managed to get to go on the ‘London Eye’ for a very different view of the Palace of Westminster.