September 2020

Month

Parents/Child Schooling Agreement As-Sunnah Primary school strives to offer a holistic education cultivating growth along spiritual, moral, emotional, intellectual, physical and communal dimensions. Our aim is to positively orient our students towards realising their full potential as exemplary contributors to our society, in actively promoting fundamental universal values. It is the policy of Assunnah Primary...
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School Uniform Policy Our School uniform is one of the requirements that each student must have. It is capable of instilling discipline and pride, and also believed to ‘lift’ grades as it crafts a more formal and academic atmosphere. Introduction It is our policy that all children should wear school uniform when attending school We...
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We are pleased to inform our parents we will be starting the school clubs from Monday 28th of September 2020. If you would like your child to attend, Parents or Carers Must complete and return the consent slip as soon as possible. It is first come first served basis. The clubs start at 3.10 and...
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1- Managing suspected and confirmed COVID flowchart (click here) 2- NHS, COVID-19 symptoms and when to stay at home (click here) 3- NHS, COVID-19 symptoms and what to do next (click here) 
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A packed lunch can make a valuable contribution to your child’s diet and future health. It is important to include a balanced variety of foods so that your child can get all the nutrients they need.Recent surveys looking at children’s lunchboxes found that they were too high in fat (especially saturated fat), salt and sugar,...
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When your child starts school    They won’t be able to write much more than their name. Seven years later they will read fluently, write in paragraphs and have a unique but (hopefully!) legible handwriting style. Your child will learn in EYFS English,  English and KS2 English in this section, we help your child’s reading and writing . ...
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All those working to support the early years children can use Development Matters   as part of daily observation, assessment and planning.  It can also be used at points during the EYFS as a guide to making best-fit summative judgements, with parents and colleagues across agencies, in relation to whether a child is showing typical development,...
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Assunnah Primary School Staff and Governors, recognise that safeguarding and child protection is an essential part of our duty of care to all students and all staff have a responsibility to provide a safe environment in which children can learn. We understand that safeguarding, child protection and promoting the welfare of all children is everyone’s...
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