New Spring Term – 2015

Welcome back to a new term in 2015!

I remember so much talk about moving into the 21st Century – and that is now over 15 years ago!!!!

My assembly this morning focussed on the new term and reminded our pupils about what we are here for and what their (and our) responsibilities are. I reminded them about the Full Value Contract they had entered into in September. This was an agreement about how to behave and cooperate in school to maximise our learning.

I then repeated that our school is all about Fun, Learning and Creativity.

I said that the pupils need to be active in their learning and not just let it happen to them. We want them to be on the right hand side of this slide.

new year 15.001I then asked the pupils what would we see around school if we all played our part fully. I then reminded them that the whole of this term is going to go quickly – like the years it seems!

That this spring term will consist of

6 weeks and 5 weeks (minus a day)

which is 30 days and 24 days

which is 54 days

which is 270 hours

which is 16,200 minutes of learning opportunities!

Please help us allow our pupils to make every minute of the 16,200 count to maximising pour learning and having fun 🙂

About Mr Hurst

I am proud to be the headteacher at Lever House Primary School. I love learning and feel so lucky to be involved in the education of children. I work with wonderful people and am always looking to make things at school fun and exciting.
I am an Apple Distinguished Educator and Lever House is the Apple Regional Training Centre for Lancashire West.

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One Response to New Spring Term – 2015

  1. benc says:

    For a law, I was thinking when you are at high school, if you’re in 1st grade for everything you could choose to do your GCSE early in year 9 or carry on to the end of high school then do them. If you do them in year 9 you could go to college for 3 years and finish at 17 then go into employment or university. You could go to the colleges that have a lot of space in them for more children.

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