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19/10/20

Ben deserves an MBE or some such honour in recognition of how he always hits the nail on the head and getting the message bang on for young children. https://t.co/9WAB67HnZw

17/10/20

This is just wonderful. Lucky children to be supported by such adults in school.

17/10/20

‘You can be strong and you can be kind.’ Now there’s a lesson for our pupils. https://t.co/oKD6NIsSfF

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16/10/20

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BMAT

Primary school children are working on their health & fitness thanks to an investment in gym equipment. (Harlow) (Stansted) each had an investment of £3k in outdoor facilities. https://t.co/pmuujHUYHC https://t.co/eWxBCny307

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15/10/20

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Captain Tom Moore

I am fortunate to have a wonderfully close family but there are 225k older people across the UK who can go over a week without speaking to anyone. Please take the time to listen to others and … you never know what words you may get back! https://t.co/Z7Vk9ryek8

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15/10/20

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early play

Before we ever put a pencil in a child’s hands, those hands should dig, climb, press, pull, squish, twist, and pinch in a wide array of environments and with a variety of materials. - Amanda Morgan https://t.co/DlJvilDjhL

15/10/20

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Dr Chris Moore

Such an important message, not just for children but adults as well. Empathy is the bedrock of effective relationships. More empathy and understanding can build a tolerant and compassionate community. https://t.co/YtQb6ACTPW

15/10/20

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Department for Education

If your child is unwell, but isn’t displaying any of the three coronavirus symptoms, there’s no need to book a test. After they’ve recovered, they can return straight back to school. .

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14/10/20

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James Timpson

This is how our company hierarchy works. https://t.co/OP1n4z7OoU

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14/10/20

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The Body Coach

💙 https://t.co/wSGvDnB9q9

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13/10/20

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Essex County Council

cases in are now increasing rapidly. To combat the sharp increase and flatten the curve of infection before it puts strain on our hospitals and economy, Essex leaders have asked that the County moves into the new ‘High Level’ restrictions as soon as practicable. https://t.co/TrO5YXAzfN

07/10/20

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Gregory Mansfield

I am a disabled person. I do not have special needs. I am a wheelchair user. I do not have special needs I need access, accommodation and equity. These are not special needs. They are the needs of every human being.

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07/10/20

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CBeebies Grown-Ups 🎉

Grandparents? 👩🏼‍🦳👨🏼‍🦳 NHS? 🏥 Hugs? 💕 2020 has made us appreciate so much! https://t.co/sCXy1upwne

07/10/20

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Scott McCracken 😷

In honour of Black History Month this October, Cambridge are offering free access to The Cambridge History of Black and Asian British Writing edited by Susheila Nasta. https://t.co/IAZdsJWrhn

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06/10/20

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BMAT

Out Now! The new issue of Latitude - The magazine for BMAT Schools, Parents and Communities. Read it online here - https://t.co/aqc2Xy6VVz https://t.co/yyC20xOlAN

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03/10/20

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Duke Skywalker

Count On Me by Miguel Tanco is a superb picture book all about - Katherine shares how mathematics surrounds her. Love the maths journal at the end with explanations for readers. A seriously good way to inspire children to explore the maths around them https://t.co/U91ZWmHKDh

03/10/20

What would you ask Sir David Attenborough? https://t.co/lHBRCerq9R

03/10/20

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NHS

After a tough year, lots of kids are feeling unsettled. Every Mind Matters is here to help support their mental wellbeing.

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28/09/20

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BMAT

Sir Frederick Gibberd College in Harlow, Essex, have a vacancy for a Science Teacher. For more information visit - https://t.co/DkJXfTkoUp https://t.co/aA25yFam5h

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26/09/20

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Ian Eagleton #TheRealm

Yay! To celebrate the news that our Shakespeare-themed picture book Violet’s Tempest is being published next year, I’ve got a copy of What’s So Special About Shakespeare by to ! Just RT (no need to follow!). I’ll pick the winner on 28.9.20. UK only! https://t.co/lKmdjnCMpj

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Home School Agreement

A home-school agreement is a statement explaining the school’s responsibilities towards its pupils, the responsibility of each pupil’s parents and what the school expects of its pupils.  

  

We ask that parents, pupils and the headteacher sign the agreement before a child is admitted to Magna Carta.

 

In light of the coronavirus pandemic, the Home School Agreement has been adapted. Any temporary adaptations are shown in bold italics.   

 

 

PUPIL 

PARENT 

SCHOOL 

School community  

I will be respectful of the school community and take pride in the school. I will uphold the values of the school at all times.  

I will support the community, attend all Learning Review meetings and support the school’s performances and events. I will contribute my own time to helping the school community.  Currently, parents are not permitted onto the school site unless in case of emergency. This is in order to reduce the risk of transmission of the virus. Learning Review meetings will be carried out using Microsoft Teams. 

We will provide a high quality education, with great teaching and wonderful learning experiences.  Currently we are limited by Covid-19 restrictions, however, we will always ensure learning experiences are as good as possible.

A safe school environment  

I will look after the environment and not drop litter or damage property. I will not bring to school anything that might do harm or damage to others.  I will not bring a packed lunch to school and instead have a school dinner in order to reduce the risk of transmission of the virus by bringing things into school. Packed lunches are allowed if there is good reason. 

I will make sure my child never goes to school with anything that could harm others.  I will ensure my child has clean clothes to wear every day. I will not bring my child to school if they have symptoms of Covid-19. I will ensure that if anyone in my household has symptoms of Covid-19, I will arrange for them to be tested and I will inform the school of the results.

We will build a safe and secure school community, based on kindness and generosity where bullying of any kind is not tolerated.  

Integrity  

I will be true to my word. If I say I will do something, I will stick to it. I will always try to do the right thing, regardless of what my friends say.  

I will help my child do the right thing and achieve the goals he/she wants.  

We will support you in being true to your word and help you do the right thing.  

Humanity  

I will look out for other people and always help them, whatever their age. I will respect my teachers, parents, peers and community.  Social distancing between 'bubbles' means that pupils will not be in contact with children in other 'bubbles'. 

I will make sure my child gives as well as takes, and looks out for other children throughout the school.  

We will treat you with respect at all times, be clear in our expectations and consistent in applying them.  

Professionalism  

I will always be polite, punctual, prepared and presentable; arrive on time every day, look smart and wear my uniform correctly with pride.  School uniform has been suspended. Pupils are asked to wear clean clothes every day they are in school. 

I will make sure my child arrives at school on time every day with the correct uniform and the right equipment and is not taken out of school except in an emergency.  School uniform has been suspended. I will ensure my child has a water bottle in school. 

We will mark your work quickly and give you feedback that helps you make progress. We will act professionally at all times in dealing with you and your family.  Feedback is done in a different way when learning from home. Home learning feedback will reduce as teachers spend more time teaching in school. 

Resilience  

I will always work as hard as I possibly can, even when things are tough. I will remain positive.  I will speak to my teacher if I am finding it tough. 

I will inform the school of anything that is getting in the way of my child’s learning or succeeding.  This includes any negative impact of Covid-19 on the family. 

We will always support you through difficult times, by working with you and your family to overcome problems.  

Eloquence  

I will try to read without being asked, write fluently and speak confidently.  

I will encourage my child to read every day and take time to have proper discussions to improve his/her speaking skills.  

The school will provide skilled teaching to ensure your child enjoys reading, speaks fluently and speaks confidently.  Teachers can be affected by Covid-19 like everyone else. There may be times when classes cannot go ahead due to a lack of teachers. 

Spark  

I will develop my imagination to come up with new ideas.  

I will allow my child to attend off-site visits, try new experiences and follow their passion.  All off-site visits have been suspended until further notice. 

We will provide a rich, relevant and exciting curriculum with excellent teaching to enable your child to achieve.  Curriculum priorities have changed due to the pandemic. The core subjects take up more of the timetable, with a reduction in time spent on the foundation subjects. 

Home learning  

I will complete home learning tasks with enthusiasm. I will ask my teachers and family for support when I need it.  

I will give my child the opportunity, time and place to complete home learning tasks on time.  I will check Messages and the Class Story on Class Dojo regularly. 

We will provide your child with well-prepared home learning opportunities.  These are mainly via Class Dojo. 

School Rules  

I will follow the 3 School Rules: be safe, be kind, and work hard.   

I will read the weekly newsletter and ensure I am aware of school communication. 

We will teach and mould the School Rules and give you opportunities to apply them.  

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