• Please see our letter from Ofsted, following their positive visit to Stokesay Primary in December 2020
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Welcome To Woolston Class!


Hi everyone and welcome to Woolston class! Woolston class is a Year 3 class which is taught by Mr Vaughan with the assistance of Ge!

We are a class that pride ourselves with how we respect and look after each other and our dedication to make sure our work is the best that it can be.

The day starts at 8:45 where children have a go at an activity linked to previous work in their morning books and the school day ends for our class at 3:15.

Each morning we will be doing an hour of maths and an hour of English as well as also completing activities based around handwriting, guided reading and SPaG. (Spelling, punctuation and grammar)

In the afternoon we complete science, RE, topic, computing, PSHE, art & design and Spanish!

PE takes place on a Monday afternoon. PE kits can be taken home at the end of each week..

In our class we have use an application called class dojo! Using this app the children can see in real time their behaviour be rewarded. We love using class dojo in Woolston class and work hard to get as many points that we can.

Children are given weekly timestables and spellings to take home each Friday to learn for the following week.  Children are expected to learning the spellings be Look, Cover, Say, Write.  They will be tested on a Friday morning.  Sometimes children will be asked to put their spellings in to sentences to help them to be able to use the words in a context.  Reading is another important daily homework.  Children are required to read for a minimum of 20 minutes a day at home and a parent or carer needs to sign their reading record to show they have read.  Some children will read out loud to a grown up for all or part of the 20 minutes.  Others, as they get older and more confident will prefer to read to themselves.  

We have an open door policy and are always more than happy to answer any queries that there may be and this can be arranged for an appropriate time!

Mr Vaughan.