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J U N I OR , I N FANT A ND NUR SERY

CALENDA R LENT T ER M

J AN U ARY – AP R IL 2020 1


LENT TERM 2020 Staff day: Term begins:

Boarders Day pupils

Half-term begins: Half-term ends:

Boarders Day pupils

End of term:

Tues Tues Wed Fri Sun Mon Fri

07-Jan 07-Jan 08-Jan 14-Feb 23-Feb 24-Feb 03-Apr

8:00pm 8:25am 4:00pm 8:00pm 8:25am 12.30pm

SUMMER TERM 2020 Staff day: Term begins:

Boarders Day pupils

Half-term begins: Half-term ends:

Boarders Day pupils

End of term:

Tues Tues Wed Fri Sun Mon Fri

21-Apr 21-Apr 22-Apr 22-May 31-May 01-Jun 03-Jul

8:00pm 8:25am 4:00pm 8:00pm 8:25am 12.30pm

MICHAELMAS TERM 2020 Staff days Term begins:

Half-term begins: Half-term ends: End of term: Staff day: Term begins: Half-term begins: Half-term ends: End of term:

Tue/Wed New Boarders Tues Boarders Wed Day pupils Thurs Fri Boarders Sun Day pupils Mon Fri

1-Sep / 2-Sep 1-Sep 8.00pm 2-Sep 8.00pm 3-Sep 8.25am 16-Oct 4.00pm 1-Nov 8.00pm 2-Nov 8.25am 11-Dec 12.30pm

LENT TERM 2021

Travelling Day Day pupils Travelling Day Day pupils

Tues Tues Wed Fri Sun Mon Fri

05-Jan 05-Jan 06-Jan 12-Feb 21-Feb 22-Feb 26-Mar

8:00pm 8:25am 4:00pm 8:00pm 8:25am 12.30pm

*Please note that there is no travel window for EU boarders - all EU boarders are expected to remain at school until the end of term. 2 on the final 2 days of term. Non-EU boarders can only travel


ROSSALL SCHOOL Life Gover nors The Earl of Derby DL Mrs H N Trapnell Mr A N Stephenson MA

MEMBERS OF COUNCIL Mr C Holt BSc MCIMA MBA (Chair) Mr S J Fisher MA (Vice Chair) Mr M J Reece MA Mrs C Preston BSc ARICS Mr M Craven MA Dr H O Fajemirokun Dr D M Elliott, BSc, MBChB Mrs L Croston BSc Hons, PGCE, ALCM Mrs K Thomas MIFST, BSc, RSci The Revd Canon W G Ashton, BA Canon Revd J Hall Mr D H Ewart, BA MA Mr R A Wilson, MA Mr D K Gill, FCA Mrs G Austin-King, BA FCA, MBA, LLB, MCIBS Mr A C Potts, BSc, PGCE, EurProBiol, CBiol, MIBiol Secretary to Council: Mr B E Clark, MBE

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Mr J Quartermain Mrs E Sanderson Mr M Turner

Headmaster Bursar Head of Juniors, Infants & Nursery

COMMON ROOM Year 6R Tutor Miss J Clapp PYP Co-ordinator & Beach School Co-ordinator Year 6S Tutor Mr L Condon

Deputy Head of Junior

Year 5R Tutor Mrs S Kenmare

Class Teacher

Year 5S Tutor Mrs K Topping

Numeracy Co-ordinator

Year 4 Tutor Mrs T Roberts

Library Co-ordinator

Year 3 Tutor Mr B Rund

Language Co-ordinator

Year 2 Tutor Mr M Pendlebury

Class Teacher

Year 1 Tutor Mrs T Green

PYP Co-ordinator

Reception Tutor Mrs A Trippier

EYFS Co-ordinator

Miss C Dolphin

Infant SEN

Miss K Santamera

Junior SEN & Y5 Class Teacher

Mrs N Stott

Director of Nursery

Miss A Collins

Deputy Director of Nursery

Mrs P Taylor

Nursery Key Worker

Miss K Ward

Nursery Key Worker/Teacher

Mrs A Edwards

Part-time Nursery Key Worker

MUSIC AND DRAMA TUITION Miss M E Young Director of Music, Violin, Clarinet Mrs R Hall Music, Flute, Piano Miss Littlefair Voice Mr Ajiteru Guitar Miss Jackson Violin Mr A Mackenzie Piano Mr A Harrison Drums Mr M Holt Brass Mrs S Mistry Speech & Drama (Junior School) 4


USEFUL CONTACT DETAILS Head of Juniors, Infants & Nursery email: m.turner@rossall.org.uk

Mr M Turner

774222

Secretary to Head email: j.morris@rossall.org.uk

Mrs J Morris

774222

Headmaster email: head@rossall.org.uk

Mr J Quartermain

774247

Bursar email: bursar@rossall.org.uk

Mrs E Sanderson

774299

Anchor (AN) Boarding Mr L & Mrs H Gair email: h.gair@rossall.org.uk l.gair@rossall.org.uk

774212 07478 072028

Medical Centre email: medical@rossall.org.uk

774287

Accounts email: l.catterall@rossall.org.uk

Miss L Catterall

774233

Registry email: l.barnwell@rossall.org.uk email: g.leggett@rossall.org.uk

Mrs L Barnwell

774321

Mrs G Leggett

774273

RosShop email: rosshop@rossall.org.uk

Miss J Oldfield

774252

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GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF BEHAVIOUR 1. 2. 3. 4.

We believe in giving our best effort in all things, at all times and fulfilling our commitments. We believe in trying to be a positive influence in what we do, and encouraging others to do the same. We believe in being courteous, considerate and respectful to others. We believe in taking pride in ourselves, in our ideals and our environment.

SCHOOL RULES 1.

2.

3. 4. 5. 6.

Full school uniform should be worn at all times; this includes games kit as stipulated. Exceptions are made in the summer when specific rules are announced. Hair should be clean, neat and tidy, without artificial colouring or extremes of style. Boys’ hair should not come below the collar or fall across the eyes. Girls’ hair should be clipped or tied back whenever school uniform is worn. No jewellery may be worn, with the exception of one pair of gold sleepers or stud earrings (girls). School shoes should be black with a sensible heel. Pupils must not buy or sell goods, or borrow without permission. Pupils should respect all Fire and Health and Safety precautions and be familiar with the routines designed to promote their own safety.

CODE OF CONDUCT 1. 2. 3.

Be thoughtful towards each other, especially towards those younger than you. Show politeness and warmth towards all adults, especially parents and visitors. Make sure that your behaviour as a member of your school is something which you can be proud.

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SCHOOL CAPTAINS Junior Infant

Luci-Mai Richardson Maximus Oluwole Jessica Dawe Jude Whitehead

HOUSE CAPTAINS Junior Assheton Clifton Hesketh

Rex Mistry Ellie Williams Millie Williams-Bentham

Infant Assheton Clifton Hesketh

Poppy Mayson Lily Dewhirst Theo Mkpadi

POSITIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY Junior Choir Captain Eleanor Christy Junior Orchestra Captain Rowan Mistry Infant Librarians Hollie Heywood Karanjot Singh

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INFANT ACADEMIC INFORMATION P R O G R A MME OF I N QUIRY Preschool Transdisciplinary Theme Who We Are Central Idea I can see and talk about how I have changed since I was born. Reception Transdisciplinary Theme Where We Are In Place and Time Central Idea We love to play and children in the past did too.

Transdisciplinary Theme Who We Are Central Idea The parts of our body help us to understand and explore the world around us.

Year 1 Transdisciplinary Theme How We Organise Ourselves Central Idea Different roles suit different people and all roles are important in a community.

Transdisciplinary Theme Where We Are In Place and Time Central Idea visiting Different places helps us to learn about the world.

Year 2 Transdisciplinary Theme How The World Works Central Idea Forces are in action all around us.

Transdisciplinary Theme How We Organise Ourselves Central Idea Humans develop transport systems to meet their travel needs.

PA R E NTA L G U I D A N CE Prep should take 20 minutes. Parents should hear children read at least 5 times a week. Reception Year 1 Year 2

Reading only Reading and spelling for a spelling test each week Reading and spellings as in Year 1 plus handwriting and Maths to support work done in class. 8


JUNIOR ACADEMIC INFORMATION P R O GRA MME OF I N QUIRY Year 3 Transdisciplinary Theme How The World Works Central Idea Materials have certain properties which make them useful. Year 4 Transdisciplinary Theme Who We Are Central Idea The choices we make about our lifestyle can affect our health. Year 5 Transdisciplinary Theme Sharing the Planet Central Idea The choices people make have an impact on our planet. Year 6 Transdisciplinary Theme How The World Works Central Idea Natural phenomena affect the world around us, sometimes in devastating ways.

Transdisciplinary Theme Sharing the Planet Central Idea Living things within a habitat depend on each other for survival. Transdisciplinary Theme Where We Are In Place and Time Central Idea Throughout history, people have been on the move with wide ranging effects. Transdisciplinary Theme Where We Are In Place and Time Central Idea Exploration leads to discovery and develops new understandings. Transdisciplinary Theme How We Organise Ourselves Central Idea Government systems affect the lives of citizens.

PA R E NTA L G U I D A N CE Prep should take between 25 and 30 minutes and be checked and signed by parents each evening. Parents should hear pupils read at least 5 times a week for 10-15 minutes and comment in their child’s prep diary on their reading progress. 9


INFANT WEEKLY ROUTINE Monday Tuesday

8.30am Registration in Classrooms 8.45am School Assembly in Museum Theatre 11.50pm Lunch 1.15pm Registration in Classrooms 3.15pm End of School day 3.20pm Clubs 8.30am Registration in Classrooms 11.50pm Lunch 1.15pm Registration in Classrooms 1.35pm Infant PE 3.15pm End of School day 3.20pm Clubs

Wednesday 8.30am

Registration in Classrooms 8.40am Show and Tell in Infant Hall 11.50pm Lunch 1.15pm Registration in Classrooms 3.15pm End of School day 3.20pm Clubs

Thursday

8.30am Registration in Classrooms 11.50pm Lunch 1.15pm Registration in Classrooms 3.15pm End of School day 3.20pm Clubs

Friday

8.30am Registration in Classrooms 11.30am Chapel 11.50pm Lunch 1.15pm Registration in Classrooms 3.15pm End of School day 3.20pm Clubs

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INFANT AFTER SCHOOL CARE DAILY R OU TI N E 3.20pm Clubs 4.00pm - 5.00pm Reception Playtime with snack 4.00pm - 5.00pm Year 1 & 2 Preppington Club with snack 5.00pm - 6.00pm Stay ‘n’ Play - Unstructured, free play supervised by a teacher L E NT T E R M CL U B S Monday 3.20pm

Multi-Sports, Fylde Rugby Club (additional charge)

3.20pm

Storytime, Mrs Trippier

Tuesday

12.45pm

Year 2 & 3 Computer Club, Mr Pendlebury

1.00pm 3.20pm Wednesday 12.45pm

Infant Violin, Miss Jackson Dance, Miss Lorraine (additional charge) Little iStars, Mrs Green

1.00pm Infant Brass, Mr Holt 3.20pm Just Dance, Mrs Green Thursday 12.40pm Year 1 Bells, Mrs Hall

12.45pm

Eco Warriors (Year 1 to 6, Elected)

12.45pm

Year 1 & 2 Yoga/Mindfulness, Mrs Trippier

3.20pm Shake, Rattle & Roll, Mr Pendlebury

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JUNIOR WEEKLY ROUTINE Monday

8.25am 12.00pm 1.15pm 4.00pm 4.00pm

Registration in Classrooms Lunch Registration in Classrooms and Reading Time End of School day Clubs begin

Tuesday

8.25am 12.00pm 1.15pm 4.00pm 4.00pm

Registration in Classrooms Lunch Registration in Classrooms and Reading Time End of School day Clubs begin

Wednesday 8.25am

Registration in Classrooms Lunch Registration in Classrooms and Reading Time Games afternoon/Sports Fixtures End of School day Clubs begin

12.00pm 1.15pm 1.45pm 4.00pm 4.00pm

Thursday

8.25am Registration in Classrooms 12.00pm Lunch 1.15pm Registration in Classrooms and Reading Time 2.30pm Y3 & Y4 Games 4.00pm End of School day 4.00pm Clubs begin

Friday

8.25am Registration in Classrooms 11.30am Chapel 12.00pm Lunch 1.15pm Registration in Classrooms 2.30pm Y5 & Y6 Games 4.00pm End of School day 4.00pm Clubs begin

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JUNIOR AFTER SCHOOL CARE D A ILY R O UTI N E

4.00pm - 5.00pm 4.00pm - 5.00pm 5.00pm - 5.30pm

Clubs Supervised Prep Club Activities

LEN T T E R M CL U B S Martial Arts Club day to be confirmed Monday 1.00pm Junior Strings 4.00pm Y4, Y5 & Y6 Ukulele 4.00pm Y5 & Y6 Hockey/Netball 4.00pm Y5 & Y6 Rugby 4.00pm Stage Choir Tuesday 12.30pm Orchestra 12.45pm Y3 & Y4 Book Club 12.45pm Y2 & Y3 Computer Club 4.00pm Swim Club (25m minimum) 4.00pm Play Rehearsal 4.00pm Harry Potter Activities 4.15pm Dance, Miss Lorraine Hill (additional charge) Wednesday 12.45pm Debating 1.00pm Junior Brass 4.00pm Problem Solving 4.00pm Props & Scenery 4.00pm Y5 & Y6 Trampolining Thursday 12.45pm Times Tables-Tastic 12.45pm Creative Writing 12.45pm Eco Warriors (Y1 to Y6, Elected) 4.00pm Y3 & Y4 Hockey 4.00pm Y6 Cookery 4.00pm Y5 Science Friday 8.30am & 1.00pm Chapel Choir (Invitation only) 12.45pm Chess 4.00pm Play Rehearsal 4.00pm Swim Squad 13


CALENDAR JANUA RY WE E K 1 M 06 Tu 07

W 08

Staff Inset 8.00pm

New Boarders

8.30am

Term begins

11.30am

Junior School Chapel Service

Th 09 F 10 Sa 11 Su 12

JANUA RY WE E K 2 CLUBS BEGIN M 13

AJIS PE Meeting

Tu 14 4.00pm

Common Room Meeting

11.30am

Junior School Chapel Service

2.00pm

Indoor Athletics, AKS (A) P*

W 15 Th 16 F 17

Sa 18

Da Vinci Academy Launch

Su 19

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JANUA RY WE E K 3 M 20 Tu 21

9.30am

Year 5 Trip to Blackpool Zoo

4.00pm

Common Room Meeting

11.30am

Junior School Chapel Service

W 22 Th 23 F 24 Sa 25 Su 26

JANUA RY WE E K 4 M 27

2.00pm

St Pius Invitational Swimming Gala (A) P*

Tu 28

4.00pm

Common Room Meeting

W 29

tbc

U11/U10 Hockey v Highfield Priory (A) P*

tbc

U11/U10 Rugby v Highfield Priory (H) P*

1.30pm

BSYW Chapel Service

Th 30 F 31

FEBR UA RY Sa 01 Su 02

15

P* Parents invited to attend


FEBR UA RY W E E K 5 NSPCC Maths Week

M 03 Tu 04

4.00pm

Common Room Meeting

W 05 Th 06 F 07

Dress-up Day/TT Rock Stars Day 11.30am

Junior School Chapel Service

tbc

U11 Hockey v AKS (A) P*

Sa 08

Da Vinci Academy Session 1

Su 09 FEBR UA RY W E E K 6 M 10 Tu 11

W 12

Th 13

F 14

4.00pm

Common Room Meeting

8.45am

Years 1, 2 & 3 Assembly Concert, Museum Theatre P*

12.00pm

Invitational Hockey Tournament (H) P*

8.45am

Years 4, 5 & 6 Assembly Concert, Museum Theatre P*

tbc

IAPS Swimming Gala, St Mary’s Hall P*

11.30am

Junior School Chapel Service

2.30pm

House Swimming Gala P*

3.15pm

Half Term begins for Infants

4.00pm

Half Term begins for Juniors

4.15pm

School Buses depart

Sa 15 Su 16 16


FEBR UA RY W E E K 7 M 24

8.30am

Term resumes

Tu 25

10.30am

House Pancake Races P*

4.00pm

Common Room Meeting

Th 27

8.30-9.30am

Parents’ Forum Meeting, Pennine Suite P*

F 28

11.30am

Junior School Chapel Service

5.00pm

Ski Trip Meeting, Museum Theatre

W 26

Da Vinci Academy Session 2

Sa 29 M AR C H Su 01 M AR C H WE E K 8 M 02 Tu 03

4.00pm

Common Room Meeting

W 04

12.00pm

St Mary’s Hall Hockey Tournament (A) P*

12.00pm

Invitiational Rugby Festival (A) P*

Th 05

tbc

AJIS Hockey Tournament (A) P*

F 06

11.30am

Junior School Chapel Service

Sa 07 Su 08

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P* Parents invited to attend


M AR C H WE E K 9 M 09 Tu 10

4.00pm

Common Room Meeting

11.30am

Junior School Chapel Service

tbc

AJIS Netball Tournament (A) P*

W 11 Th 12 F 13

Sa 14

Da Vinci Academy Session 3

Su 15

M AR C H WE E K 1 0 M 16

tbc

AJIS Rugby Festival (A) P*

Tu 17

4.00pm

Common Room Meeting

11.30am

Junior School Chapel Service

W 18 Th 19 F 20 Sa 21 Su 22

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M AR C H WE E K 1 1 M 23 Tu 24

4.00pm

Common Room Meeting

W 25

tbc

U9 Wyre Football, Poolfoot Farm (A) P*

Th 26

tbc

U11 Wyre Dodgeball (A) P*

F 27

Year 4 Viking Day, Martin Mere 11.30am

Junior School Chapel Service Junior, Infant & Nursery Reports distributed

Sa 28

OR Weekend Da Vinci Academy Session 4

Su 29

M AR C H WE E K 1 2 M 30 Tu 31

4.00pm

Common Room Meeting

11.30am

Junior School Chapel Service

12.30pm

End of Term begins for Infants

12.30pm

End of Term begins for Juniors

1.00pm

School Buses depart

APRIL W 01 Th 02 F 03

Sa 11

Junior Ski Trip departs

Sa 18

Junior Ski Trip returns

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P* Parents invited to attend


DATES FOR YOUR DIARY PA R E NTS ’ E V E N I N G L E NT 2 0 2 0 Junior & Infants TBC Nursery TBC S UM ME R 2 0 2 0 Junior & Infants TBC Nursery TBC T O W E R W OOD 2 0 2 0 Depart 9.15am Return 3.30pm

Monday, 4th May Tuesday, 5th May

GH YL L HE A D 2 0 2 0 Depart 10.00am Return 3.00pm

Monday, 4th May Wednesday, 6th May

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SAFEGUARDING AT ROSSALL The safety and well-being of all our pupils at Rossall School is our highest priority. Our business is to know everyone as an individual and to provide a secure and caring environment, so that every pupil can learn in safety. We expect respect, good manners and fair play to be shown by everyone so that every pupil can develop his/her full potential and feel positive about him/herself as an individual. All pupils should care for and support each other. Rossall prides itself on its culture of open and effective communication between staff and pupils. Our aims are to: a) create an environment in our School which is safe and secure for all pupils b) encourage our pupils to establish satisfying relationships with their families, with peers and with other adults c) encourage children to develop a sense of autonomy and independence d) work with parents to build their understanding of and commitment to the welfare of all pupils. Who to turn to: All pupils know that there are adults to whom they can turn to if they are worried, including Houseparents, the Designated Senior Lead (Mr Pryor and Mrs Lee), the Headmaster, Deputy Head, Senior Teachers, Chaplain and the Medical Staff. All pupils have access to a telephone helpline, enabling them to call for support in private. Every child is given a care card which contains guidance on where to turn for advice, including confidential help lines and web addresses for external specialists. Our notice boards around school, the Medical Centre and all Houses display advice on where pupils can seek help, e.g. Child Line and External Listener. Forms of Child Abuse: Child abuse can be of a sexual, emotional or physical nature, it can also be the result of neglect. Concerns or suspicions may arise through either direct allegation, direct observation or by changes in attitude or behaviour. All members of the teaching and support staff receive Safeguarding Training on an annual basis. 21


JUNIOR SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT N U R S E R Y A N D I N FA N T S

A bright future for the Nursery and Infants starts with the right environment. Our development includes: • expansion of our Nursery • carefully designed areas to enhance learning potential • spacious, natural classrooms • clearly defined Nursery and Infant areas • an inspirational environment designed to promote curiosity

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ASSHETON

CLIFTON

HESKETH

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ROSSALL SCHOOL DATES FOR YOUR DIARY Dates published in this calendar are correct at the time of publication, however, are subject to change. Please check the Weekly Newsletter, direct correspondence from Rossall and the website for up-to-date information.

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