Field Place Infant School

Field Place Infant School

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Welcome to Field Place Infant School

Field Place Infant School is in the Goring/Durrington area of Worthing.

We currently have three classes in Reception, four in Year One and four in Year Two. We have capacity for four classes in each year group and expect to grow over the next few years. The school also has a Nursery Class for 52, part-time children of 3 and over. We also have a Special Support Class for children who have an Education and Health Care Plan for speech and language difficulties.

Ofsted Says:

  • “The school offers wonderful opportunities to learn and explore, all within a safe and stimulating learning environment”

We hope your child will be very happy at our school and we look forward to working with you over the next few years. Read more...

Theresa Alford,  Headteacher

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Week Beginning 12th November 2018

 

‘Personal Best Challenges’

 

Year groups will be holding their own ‘Personal Best Challenges’ over the next 4 weeks.  The children will be taking part in an activity and teachers will keep a record of their individual results.  They will have four weeks to practise their skills to improve their own performance and then they will complete the activity again. We will be rewarding children who improve on their own results.  We would like parents to support their children at home by practising with them as much as possible!

 

Year 1 will be taking part in a shuttle run.  They will be asked to run between two cones placed approximately 4m apart and they will run as many times as they can in 30 seconds.

 

Year 2 will be taking part in a speed bounce.  They will jump from 2 feet to 2 feet from left to right over a small barrier (this can be a rolled-up towel or similar at home)

 

The school promotes a ‘Growth Mindset’; we believe that effort and hard-work will always lead to improvement and growth.  We help the children to understand that mistakes and failures are an important part of the journey to achievement and should be seen as positive.  Personal best challenges help the children to understand the power of hard work, effort and practise.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week Beginning 12th November 2018

 Events this week

Monday

New Parent Tour – 10:30am

Gardening club will be starting for year two children who have received a reply slip.  The club will meet in Lark Class – wellie boots and a coat would be a good idea.  The club finishes at 3:30 and children should be collected from Lark Class

Tuesday

This will be the last day that parents to send in their photo orders

Children who received a letter regarding 100% attendance last year will be attending Durrington High School to collect their certificate 3:30 to 4:15

Wednesday

New Parent Tours 1:30pm

Thursday

Badger Class will be visiting Goring Library

Friday

MUFTI day - in support of Children In Need (£1.00 donation please)

Gold Star Assembly at 2pm for parents of children who are to receive a gold star certificate this week