Staffing After 8 years at Thorpe, Mrs McCandlish is leaving at the end of term.…
As you will be aware, schools have to send a written report to parents on their child’s progress for the academic year by the end of each summer term.
The DfE has laid regulations to remove the requirement to report pupils’ attendance data for the 2021-22 academic year in recognition of the impact of coronavirus on possible attendance. Following the cancellation of assessments, the requirement to report the outcomes of the phonics, KS1 and KS2 tests or teacher assessments has also been removed by the DfE.
Reports will be sent home on Thursday 15th July.
We are currently planning for September using guidance from the DfE and will confirm our plans to you before the end of term.
We appreciate with only two weeks left of term children may have grown out of their current shoe shoes and uniform and we would not expect you at this late stage to buy new, however where possible please make sure shoes/trainers are plain black, pumps can be worn as an alternative.
BCFC Spring Bank Football Camp
Bradford City Football Club Community Foundation are again running a football camp in the summer holidays. The camps are centred around football, fun and games, and all their staff have enhanced DBS checks, are fully qualified in emergency aid and safeguarding, and all have minimum FA Level 2 qualifications. All children aged between 5 and 14 of abilities are welcome to join, please see attached flyer for dates and price
For further information and to book please visit: https://www.bradfordcitycf.org.uk/camps
Wild World Heroes Summer Reading Challenge 2021
Bradford Libraries would like to invite you in the challenge to encourage children to read for pleasure during the summer holidays. By providing fun reading activities the Summer Reading Challenge will also play a key role in supporting reading catch-up after a difficult year.
This year’s theme – ‘Wild World Heroes’ – in partnership with the World Wildlife Fund, will inspire children to celebrate nature and wildlife, think about the environment and explore ways of standing up for the planet.
All children between four and 12 years can join the Wild World Heroes Summer Reading Challenge 2021.
The FUN starts on Saturday 10th July.
It’s free to join and will be available at all libraries throughout the Bradford district.
Children who join the Summer Reading Challenge will receive a Wild World Heroes kit bag, complete with reading poster, stickers and bookmark. The Challenge is to read between one and six library books during the summer, with all children participating receiving a Wild World Heroes Certificate and Medal in September via their school.
There will also be free events throughout the summer holidays linked to the Wild World Heroes Summer Reading Challenge.
Rec Ellie McKenny / Savannah Craggs
Y1 Bethany Scarlett / Jacob Charlwood
Y2 Oliver Otto / Isabella Bartey
Y3 Harry Nelson / Nicole Karwacka
Y4 Derry Pogson / Kadee Mitchell
Y5 Alexander Otto / Freya Parker
Y6 Brooke O’Hagan / Lyla Rayner-Rhodes