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2018-2019

Due to an additional Year 6 class this year we have appointed a Head Boy, a Head Girl, a Deputy Boy and a Deputy Girl!

Head Boy

Hi, my name is Oliver and my role is to ensure that everyone in this school is happy and they never feel lonely. It is also very important that I set a good example and try and be a good role model to others.

My favourite subject is maths because it is fun to learn and help helps you in life.

I like to play football because it’s fun and keeps me active.

My favourite pets are dogs because they are cute.

If you need me you can find me in 6CB.

Head Girl

Hi, my name is Hazera and my role as Head Girl is to set a good example and help around the school.

I like arts and crafts and my favourite animals are cats and rabbits.

My favourite subject is maths because it’s a very important skill to have and we help me to achieve.

If you need me you can find me in 6CB

Deputy Boy

Hi, my name is Mustafa and my role is to ensure that everyone is safe and happy and enjoy coming to school.

My favourite subjects are maths, PE and art and I will make sure that everyone enjoys learning and becomes the best they can be.

You can find me in 6AB

Deputy Girl

Hi, my name is Sarah and I am deputy girl and I will help people with their behaviour.

I will be a good role model at all times and will also ensure that I work with others within the academy to help our school further improve.

My favourite subject is History because you get to learn about all the things that happened in the past.

My favourite animal is a cat and I have a cat called Dee Dee at home.

You can find me in 6CB, thank you.

As part of our role as Head Boy, Head Girl, Deputy Boy and Deputy Girl we will be working with Miss Bills, Mrs Mitchell and Miss McPherson to regularly review Caldmore Primary Academy’s Transformational Improvement Plan.

Throughout the autumn term we will be collecting evidence for the following targets to work towards our December milestones:

  • Ensure that pupil voice is used consistently to review and improve provision.
  • Ensure that pupil’s handwriting is pro-actively developed by supporting pupil’s across the academy.
  • Raise the profile of ‘Mathletics’ by supporting this during assemblies and helping to update the Mathletic display board.
  • Assist with monitoring SPLD strategies across the academy.
  • Bring attendance above the national average by addressing persistent absence.

 

We will update you through assemblies and our page on the Academy’s website!

2017-2018

“Hi! My name is Hamid and I am Head Boy at Caldmore Primary Academy. I will work hard to make sure that everyone is happy by helping you with anything you need. I love football – especially Sadio Mane! My favourite subject is maths and my favourite animal is a snow leopard. If you need me I can be found in Year 6.”

“Hi everyone! I’m Maisha, Head Girl at Caldmore Primary Academy. I will be the best Head Girl I can by making sure that I am always caring and look after others so that they are happy at school. Art and English are my favourite subjects. My biggest fears are snakes and spiders!! You will find me in the new building in Year 6 – any time you need anything let me know!”

18.10.17

As part of our role as Head Boy and Head Girl, we will be working with Miss Bills to regularly review Caldmore Primary Academy’s Transformational Improvement Plan. Throughout November and December we will be collecting evidence for the following targets:

  • Refine individual feedback to pupils to ensure it addresses gaps in knowledge, skills and understanding
  • Develop the learning environment to provide pupils with ‘in the moment’ scaffolds, images and prompts in order to accelerate progress within lessons
  • Bring attendance above the national average by addressing persistent absence

We will share our findings through assemblies and our page on the website!

02.11.17

Today we collected evidence of how the learning environment is used to provide pupils with ‘in the moment’ scaffolds, images and prompts in order to accelerate progress within lessons. We will be working with Miss Bills to write a report, but here are some photographs for now!

 

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Friday 26th January

This week the attendance figures are…