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Holiday Clubs run by Lambeth this spring; interested?

 

TERM DATES THIS YEAR

 

AUTUMN TERM 1

 

Thursday 1st September To

Friday 21st October 2016

EID Break-Monday 12th & Tuesday 13th September
  Half Term - Monday 24th October To Friday 28th October 2016  
   
 

 

AUTUMN TERM 2

 
Monday 31st October To Wednesday 21st December 2016
Half Term-Thursday 22nd December To Tuesday 3rd Januray 2017

 

(Tuesday 3rd January - Staff INSET)

 

 

SPRING TERM 1

 
Wednesday 4th January To Friday 10th February 2017
Half Term-Monday 13th February To Friday 17th February 2017
 

 

SPRING TERM 2

 
Monday 20th February To Friday 31st March 2017
Half Term-Monday 3rd April To Tuesday 18th April (Tuesday 18th April -Staff INSET)
 

 

SUMMER TERM 1

 
Wednesday 19th April To Thursday 15th June 2017
Half Term-Monday 19th June To Monday 26th June 2017
 

 

SUMMER TERM 2

 
Tuesday 27th June to Friday 21st July 2017
Back to school Monday 4th September 2017 TBC

Understanding Progress in English Guide

The following guide helps parents and carers understand how children progress in English at each National Curriculum level.

Also included are ideas for what you can do with your child to support the development of their speaking and listening, reading and writing at home and help them make progress.

 

You may find this guide helpful when discussing your child’s progress with their teachers.

Understanding Progress in Maths Guide

Maths is an imaginative, creative way of thinking which is part of everyday living. Learning Maths is also about knowing where it has come from, why it is necessary and how different cultures have contributed to the way it has

developed over time.

 

Children learn maths best through tasks where they have to make choices in order to solve a problem or a puzzle. It helps them to practice skills, ideally in an enjoyable and engaging way, supporting the development of understanding as well as their confidence and their competence.

 

Many parents will find that the way maths is taught is different from their own experience. You can support your child in maths using the suggestions in this guide without a great deal of specialist knowledge.

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