The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams -Eleanor Roosevelt
In Dream class, we know that we will not be perfect in everything we do, but that if we try our best and work as a team, there will always be potential for improvement. We think of ourselves as our very own 'brain hive' where every child has their strengths that we use to aid ALL children's learning.
Hello, I am Miss Briggs. I joined OLSA in September 23. My favourite subject to teach is English as I love the children's imaginations shining through into their writing. I have a PE degree and I have taught children on both high school and primary school. In my spare time I like to stay active by walking my dog Teddy and taking part in rounders, netball and lacrosse leagues.
At the start of the day, children will enter the classroom where they will settle into some basic daily arithmetic practise. Morning break will be at 11am. If you wish, you may send a healthy snack in with your child for them to consume at this time.
Spring 2 Timetable
21st February- Year 3/4 Class Mass (year 3 to lead)
28th February- Topic afternoon
1st March-Food share friday
19th March-Computer X-plorers
20th March-Year 3/4 Class Mass (year 4 to lead)
27th March- Whole school mass/ Easter egg raffle
*all dates are on the diary and are subject to change*
Teacher: Miss Briggs: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teaching Assistant: Mr Abondandolo: email@example.com
No jewellery is permitted in school, except for watches (no smart watches please).
Earrings are not permitted- if your child has recently had their ears pierced, they are required to be covered with plasters before coming to school.
Long hair must be tied back.
Reading is a key priority for all children at OLSA this year. As such, it is vital that your child reads for at least 20 minutes per day and logs this in their reading diary. This should be a combination of reading to themselves and reading aloud to others.
It is expected that children will be completing Accelerated Reader quizzes regularly, preferably a minimum of 2 each half term , this is monitored and children choose their own books based on their reading zone.