Some photos taken Thursday 22nd December 2016
Thursday, 22 December 2016
With 82 years of education coming to an end in one building don't feel sad but instead be excited about the new beginning that is being created for our school in the new building.....
Suttons continues to celebrate its results for 2016. Results have recently been published showing how well our pupils achieved in 2016.
Key facts about our progress and attainment:
- Suttons came 224th out of
16,298 schools nationally.
This placed us within the top 1.5% of schools in the country.
- Suttons featured in the top 1000 schools listed in the Telegraph. Suttons was placed 224th based on the number of pupils at KS2 achieving expected standards in reading, writing & maths combined and then the amount of pupils achieving more than National expectations.
- Only 53% of schools in the country achieved National expectations.
- Our results have continued to improve year on year and clearly show an upward trajectory.
- Suttons is the 2nd
best performing school in Havering for 2016.
Outperforming all but one school judged outstanding by Ofsted.
Tuesday, 20 December 2016
Friday, 16 December 2016
In our topic this year we have been learning our the past.
This week we have been learning about what Suttons Primary was like in the past. We received a letter for a pupil who was at the school over 70 years ago. He told us that the school was called Suttons Lane Primary. He said there was a late monitor, that the uniform was brown and that you had to go home for your lunch!
Today we participated in an old fashioned lesson. We were given some old fashioned names and had a new teacher called Mistress Staples. Mistress Staples was very strict. We had to recite the Alphabet, not talk and sit up straight.
After our old fashioned lesson we decided to visit our new school to see what our future school will be like. We visited our new classroom and are very excited to move in!!
Tuesday, 13 December 2016
Today the children in KS1 performed 'A Miracle in Town' to the rest of the school!
We are looking forward to performing to our parents tomorrow.
Performances are at 2.00pm and 6.00pm. Please arrive 10 minutes prior to this.
Please make sure the children are back in school between 5.30 and 5.45 for the evening performance.
Last academic year, class 3AK moved around the reading road the most times as a class. As a result they won £50 to spend on books for their reading corner.
Year 4 selected books that they would like to read and they have now arrived.
Enjoy reading your new books Year 4!
Have you been around the reading road yet?
Read 5 times at home and get your diary signed to move around each station. Move around the whole road to receive a bookmark or book!
Thursday, 8 December 2016
Today in our French lesson, pupils wrote festive greetings to their new pen pals in Belgium.
They are the same age as us, but they are in Year 4 in their school.
This is because children start school a year later where they live.
We're sure the pupils at the Ecole Communale de St Pierre
will enjoy getting cards all the way from England.
We look forward to receiving cards from them in January.
Madame Dowler, French Teacher.
Wednesday, 7 December 2016
Monday, 5 December 2016
As part of our staff CPD, we had a tennis specialist come and give us some exciting ideas about how to teach tennis even better!
Last week, 40 children from Years 3 - 6, represented us at the annual Havering Sportshall Athletics events, here are some of the action pictures! Sorry they are so blurry, we were moving so quickly!
Friday, 2 December 2016
Congratulations to all our big writers for the month of November!
Year 4 DK - Daniel B
Year 4MS - Zaid
Year 5 - Millie Webb
Year 6 - Sachi
What fantastic writing!