Another great week of learning at Lakeside. Here are the children who have excelled in their classes this week.
Y1M. Harvey. Y1G. Harry
Y2A. Adriana Y2W. Aaminah
Y3P. Whole Class Y3H. Reem
Y4S. Mahad Y4W. Tyler
Y5/6W. Cem Y6L. Whole Class
Attendance award. Class 9
On Wednesday 15 th April, the author David Lawrence Jones will be visiting school to give a special assembly about his books for children. Afterwards, there will be an opportunity to purchase signed copies of his work. Have a look on his website for more information about his writing.
F2H. Wiktoria. F2V. Farishta
Y1M. Linards. Y1G. Markus
Y2A. Riley. Y2W. Adrian
Y3P. Rhea. Y3H. Joshua
Y4S. Morgan. Y4W. Julia
Y5A. Class award
Y5/6W. Can. Y6L. Robert
Lunchtime. Maria Y6
Attendance award. Class 7a
On the 4th March Year 4 went for a transition day at Hall Cross. We worked with Miss Nield to explore the type of work that the children do at Bace. We discovered that Hall Cross really tries to promote team work, creative thinking and independant learning. Just like we do at Lakeside! We met some important people at the school such as Mr Oliwer and Mrs Briggs and found out how they help you in year 7 and onwards.We also enjoyed a tour of the school and had lots of fun seeing children that had previously been at Lakeside. They had really grown up!! The children had to come up with their own Super Hero and describe the different qualities they would have.We also had the opportunity to watch some year 8 lessons taking place. It was a great day and many of the children were ready to go and join Hall Cross there and then! As always, class 7a were polite and well mannered. Well done to you!
Here we are working as a team.
Taking a tour of the school – it was rather windy!
Meeting Mrs Briggs in her office – attendance is very important. Just as it is at Lakeside!
Attendance award. Mrs Laity’s
Y5A. Miroslav & Oskar
Mrs Brewster. Bethany
Attendance award. Y4S
Well done Lakeside on being accredited with the Basic Skills Quality Mark for the third time!
The Basic Skills Quality Mark is an award that celebrates and supports continuous improvement in literacy and numeracy.
It is awarded to a setting or school to recognise their provision, practice and performance in literacy and numeracy, and is valid for three years.
A school or setting must demonstrate a whole school approach to improving standards in literacy and numeracy, with evidence of the impact of its approaches.
It provides a framework for self-evaluation and continuous improvement of the basic skills of all pupils in a school, including those who underachieve and those who underattain.
For further information, go to the BSQM website at http://www.qm-alliance.co.uk
On Friday 6th March we will be celebrating World Book Day at Lakeside Primary. Children are invited to come to school in pyjamas and bring their favourite book, a torch and a blanket for ‘books under the blanket’. Classes have special activities planned including building ‘blanket fortresses’ and reading with children in other year groups. Pupils will also receive their £1 World Book Day voucher which can be exchanged in bookshops for any of the WBD special £1 books or towards full price books. Keep reading!