It has been a busy week in Primary with topic launches underway and a Meet the Teacher event for parents. There has also been time for lots of lovely learning in class too.
Y3 Stour were reviewing place value in class this week. Please see the gallery for pictures.
Y6 Tyne have been mini teachers and have had fun teaching their classsmates! Please see the gallery for pictures.
Y5 Teme have been looking into Place value in maths - the children have been going head to head with Mr Garrow to use their place value knowledge to win the game. See the gallery for pictures.
Y6 Trent attempted to calculate how many ways we can shuffle a pack of cards. Unfortunately, the number was rather large - this large (please see the gallery!).
3 Tamar were practising place value and partitioning numbers.
Meet the Teacher
It was wonderful to see so many parents attend this event, giving you the opportunity to meet with your child’s class teacher(s) and start the flow of communication between home and school which is so important for good learning. It is also a wonderful opportunity for new families to meet old and to get to know other parents in your child’s class. I hope you found the event useful!
Class Representatives 2019/20
Some classes have their Class Representatives secured already so thank you very much to those parents who have offered their time. In the coming weeks, We will have our first meeting but there are still some positions to fill. Please contact me and your child’s class teacher if you are interested in being involved. Some parents have opted to share the role and this is great too!
Please note that we are in the process of refreshing and updating the information in the Parent Portal for this academic year. All new families will receive registration details for this shortly. For returning families, please be patient while we update the information and it will soon reflect our new year.
As always, if you would like any additional information to be added to our portal, we are always open to suggestions and feedback.
If you are new to Britannica or have changed your address, email or phone number over the summer, please don’t forget to keep us up to date at school to ensure we can contact you in emergencies and keep you up to date with the latest information. You can communicate your contact details through firstname.lastname@example.org
Changes to Late Pick Up: Late Charges
You will have received a separate email regarding the introduction of charges for late collection of your children from late pick up. The service will remain free of charge up until 5pm and will then incur charges after this point. Please see the email for details.
Fun Run: Budapest Marathon
As in previous years, Britannica will be participating in the Budapest Marathon family fun run: the Erste Maratonka 2.3km race on 28th September 2019.
After your registration, please bring and give the registration fee (1000ft) to your child’s teach or teaching assistant. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Miss Kiss at email@example.com
This week, assembly was an introduction to good learning and an appeal from Mrs Egerszegi for volunteers for Student Council. This is an important role in our school and gives our children a voice to give opinions and suggest changes to what we do.
Star of the Week
Concerns and Queries
This is a reminder to parents that if you have any concerns or worries, please contact your child’s teacher. You will shortly be able to find all email addresses under the teacher’s picture on the school website: https://britannicaschool.hu/staff
Your class teacher will have been in touch so save their email address and don’t be afraid to ask a question – we are here to help and LOVE your support at home too!
The Key Stage Coordinators are also very lovely and willing to help. You can contact them here:
KS1 Coordinator - Rosie Wolland: firstname.lastname@example.org
LKS2 Coordinator - Justyna Bilski: email@example.com
UKS2 Coordinator - Ryan Phillips: firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend with your families,
Head of Primary