As part of the Year 6 Into University Focus week based on WW2, the children visited the Imperial War Museum. Their task was to create a mini documentary based on WW2 using the artefacts and evidence from the Imperial War Museum. The children created documentaries based on rationing, evacuation, the Blitz and so much more. It was a great day out and the children rose to the challenge of being historical fact finders.
A big thank you to everyone who attended our Stay and Make session. It was great to have you in the classroom!
Please find below all of the relevant information from the meeting. Please ask your child’s class teacher if you have any questions at all.
It was so fantastic to see so many of you at our Stay and Make sessions. Thank you very much for coming – the children loved working with you! Please find below all of the information from the meetings. Please ask your child’s class teacher if you have any questions.
Many thanks to all of the parents who attended our Reception Class Meeting. It was lovely to see so many people and to have the opportunity to meet you. We looking forward to working with you during your child’s Sulivan journey.
“Transition is a process, not an event.” Ofsted
Why do we have a Transition plan?
A happy and smooth transition from year group to year group helps your child to be confident and calm and achieve their best. At Sulivan, we plan a transition process that best supports the children’s needs, starting in the Summer Term and continued in the Autumn Term.Transition is a joint programme between the school, parents and pupils. Thank you to all parents who were able to attend our Transition Workshops on Wednesday 18th July. Please find the links below to the relevant information for your child’s next year group. Please speak to your child’s new class teacher for the Home Learning Tool Kits.
The children were most certainly the experts at our KS1 Open Garden event. The children guided our guests, sharing their learning about the different wildlife and plants we are lucky enough to have in our garden. There was also an opportunity for the children to share their work from this term with their parents and friends and also enjoy a family picnic in the sun. Well done KS1!
The sun was shining and people were smiling as they enjoyed our annual summer fair. From bouncy castles to face painting, arts and crafts to a world cup style family football tournament (not to mention food from every corner of the world and so much more!) there was plenty to keep our children, parents and members of the community busy. Thank you to the PTA for organising such a lovely fair for everybody to enjoy. And thank you to staff, children and parents for their support throughout the day. It was a pleasure to see our whole community enjoy a fun, happy and successful day. We are delighted to say that we raised an impressive £2,149 for school resources.