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  • Newsletters | captainwebb

    Newsletters At Captain Webb Primary School we run a weekly newsletter which is called 'Captains Catch Up '. We use the newsletter to inform you about events we are running, let you know dates for diaries, and showcase some of the work being done by our children. The newsletter is created by Mrs Hanafin (Admin) so if your child has won any awards, or taken part in anything exciting outside of school, please let her know so she can share the good news with our other parents. Below are the newsletters from the past few months - if you have missed a previous edition and would like a copy then please contact Mrs Hanafin and she will be happy to help you (genna.hanafin@taw.org.uk ). Captain's Catch Up - 24th May 2024 Read More Captain's Catch Up - 17th May 2024 Read More Captain's Catch Up - 10th May 2024 Read More Captain's Catch Up - 3rd May 2024 Read More Captain's Catch Up - 26th April 2024 Read More Captain's Catch Up - 19th April 2024 Read More Captain's Catch Up - 12th April 2024 Read More Captain's Catch Up - 21st March 2024 Read More Captain's Catch Up - 14th March 2024 Read More Captain's Catch Up - 8th March 2024 Read More Captain's Catch Up - 1st March 2024 Read More Captain's Catch Up - 23rd February 2024 Read More

  • Spellings | captainwebb

    Spelling Curriculum Statement Spelling at Captain Webb ​ Learning to spell has strong links with reading and writing. In reading, the children’s knowledge of the relationship between letters and sounds sets the foundations for them as spellers. Spelling is also a significant aspect of the writing element within the curriculum. If we want children to become confident writers, a strong understanding of spelling and spelling patterns is crucial. As stated in the National Curriculum (2014), it states that ‘Writing down ideas fluently depends on effective transcription: that is, on spelling quickly and accurately through knowing the relationship between sounds and letters (phonics) and understanding the morphology (word structure) and orthography (spelling structure) of words.’ At Captain Webb, we have adopted a whole-school approach to spelling that builds as the children move through the school. Read Write Inc Spelling In years Reception and Year 1 spelling is taught through RWI Phonics. The children in years 2 to 6 have daily spelling sessions which follow the Read Write Inc spelling programme. This programme follows on from the Read Write Inc. Phonics programme with the aim of getting every child to spell effortlessly. It is a standalone programme that has been designed to meet the requirements of the National Curriculum. . There is a daily teacher led spelling session of around 15–20 minutes. Children are assessed during the programme. There are Practice Tests which assess children’s spelling progress using the same format as the statutory assessments in England. This allows us to track individual children’s progress and identify units, words or concepts which we will need to re-teach. How does this programme support your child in learning to spell? ​ RWInc Spelling is an interactive programme which teaches spellings in a fun and engaging way. Each unit is introduced with a short video. It helps children to learn spellings with common patterns and uses rules in order to help them recall spellings as well as teaching exceptions to these rules. A short video to show RWI Spellings in practice. https://youtu.be/CuLGvjOTk6A ​ Daily Sessions consist of: Speed spell which tests children’s knowledge of words from previous units; Spelling Zone with an online introduction to the unit and rules and spelling patterns to be taught that week Dots and Dashes where children count phonemes and the recorded graphemes Rapid Recap of prior learning Word changes –by adding beginnings or endings to words (prefixes and suffixes) Words to Log and learn which helps children to log and learn new or unfamiliar words focusing on spelling patterns and rules. Rules are reviewed and practised through each unit until children can apply the rules in their own writing. Team teach and Four-in-a-row which help children assess their own progress; Jumping red/orange words which tests children’s knowledge of red and orange words (words from the word lists in the National Curriculum in England many of which are not able to be spelt by using sounds- these are often called the common exception , tricky words or High Frequency words). Challenge dictation sentences are available to challenge children to use new spellings. ​ Below, you will find the words banks for each unit of the spelling programme so you can print these and look at them at home with your child. Your child's class teacher will be able to let you know which spelling list they are currently working on at school. ​ Year 2 - Spelling Word Banks Read More Year 3 - Spelling Word Banks Read More Read More Year 4 - Spelling Word Banks Read More Year 5 - Spelling Word Banks Read More Year 6 - Spelling Word Banks Handy Tips for Supporting Your Child with Spelling ​ Practise spelling common exception words regularly. (Known as Red and Orange words) Revisit spellings from previous weeks. Ask your child to explain the rule for the week and get them to give you example words so that you can build up a word bank that can be referred to frequently. Make a note of the high frequency words which you notice your child is spelling wrong (remember that these are quite often RED WORDS and that you ‘Can’t fred a red!’) Play homophone games where you give them a word like right/write and they write you both spellings and show you on the sounds chart which graphemes they would choose to spell them right! Make sure they know which one is which! Play hold a sentence dictation where you give the child a short sentence with one of their spellings in which will help them to understand the meaning of the word and spell and punctuate correctly. Supporting Your Child’s Spelling at Home ​ To help you to support your children at home with their spellings on a weekly basis, the children will be given 6-8 spellings from the unit they are currently on which will follow a set pattern. They will be tested on these at the end of the week. In addition to these your child will also be given 6 red or orange words to learn from the National Curriculum word lists which are words the children are expected to know for their age range. To access a copy of the National Curriculum word list for each year group click on this link. ​ https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/239784/English_Appendix_1_-_Spelling.pdf ​ ​ Spelling Including Phonics Policy 23-25

  • Captain Webb Primary School and Nursery | Dawley | Telford

    Willkommen zu Captain Webb Grundschule Im Namen aller Kinder, Mitarbeiter und Betreuer begrüße ich Sie ganz herzlich auf unserer Website. Es ist ein großes Privileg für mich, Schulleiter der Captain Webb Primary and Nursery School zu sein, einer Schule, auf die ich sehr stolz bin. Bei Captain Webb bieten wir unseren Schülern eine freundliche, unterstützende und sichere Lernumgebung. Wir fördern die Freude am Lernen und stellen sicher, dass jeder Einzelne sein volles Potenzial ausschöpft. Wir bemühen uns, allen unseren Kindern zu ermöglichen, ihr Potenzial auszuschöpfen, indem wir ihnen einen breiten und ausgewogenen Lehrplan anbieten, der nach Möglichkeit auf Erfahrungen aus dem wirklichen Leben basiert; die Fantasie und Lernfreude wecken. Wir sehen alle Kinder als Individuen und unsere Mitarbeiter sind bestrebt, ihre Stärken zu finden und zu entwickeln, um Talente zu fördern und zu fördern, da wir an den Erfolg für alle glauben, sei es im Sport, in der Kunst oder im akademischen Bereich. ​ Wir betrachten Bildung als ein gemeinsames Unternehmen, an dem alle beteiligt sind: Kinder, Eltern, Mitarbeiter, Gouverneure und die breitere Gemeinschaft. Wir hoffen, dass wir bei dieser Partnerschaft auf Ihre Mitarbeit und Unterstützung zählen können; wissen, dass wir gemeinsam für jedes Kind das Beste geben können. ​ Unsere Schule ist eine Lerngemeinschaft, in der jeder Einzelne hart arbeitet, um sein Bestes zu geben. Wir fördern das lebenslange Lernen positiv und streben kontinuierlich nach Exzellenz. Ich wünsche Ihnen viel Spaß beim Betrachten unserer Website. Es gibt Ihnen einen Einblick in das Schulleben und das Angebot an Aktivitäten und Möglichkeiten sowie viele nützliche Informationen für Eltern und Erziehungsberechtigte. Wir freuen uns, wenn Sie uns kennenlernen, sich umschauen, den Kindern bei der Arbeit über die Schulter schauen und entdecken, wie Ihr Kind hier gedeihen könnte. Bitte wenden Sie sich an das Schulsekretariat – ich freue mich, Sie jederzeit begrüßen zu dürfen. ​ ​ ​ Frau S. Passey Rektor Folge uns auf Facebook Bleiben Sie auf der Facebook-Seite der Captain Webb Primary School über alle unsere Neuigkeiten auf dem Laufenden. Weiterlesen

  • Online Safety | captainwebb

    Online sicherheit Safer Internet Day 2023 This year we once again took part in Safer Internet Day! Our teachers made sure we had space to talk about what devices we use to access the internet, what we do when we are online, what we like about using the internet and what our worries are. We recorded our thoughts and added them to the Safer Internet Day ‘Video Wall’ where industry leaders and online safety experts will listen to our voices! Click here to watch the videos on what each class did for Safer Internet Day Unsere Kinder leben jetzt in einem „Global Village“ und es ist wichtig, dass wir zusammenarbeiten, um sicherzustellen, dass unsere Kinder sowohl in der realen Welt als auch online sicher sind. ​ ​ Wie wir Kinder online schützen ​ In der Captain Webb Primary School lernen Kinder, wie sie online sicher bleiben können, indem sie sich ihres Verhaltens (ihrem eigenen Online-Verhalten) bewusst sind, wissen, was geeignete Inhalte sind und wie sie die Risiken des Kontakts von Personen, die sie kennen, und von Personen, die sie kennen, finden weiß nicht. ​ Online-Sicherheit ist in jede Einheit unseres Computer-Lehrplans (siehe unten) eingebunden. Wir blockieren eine ganze Woche mit Themenarbeit für Kinder, um während der 'Safer Internet Week' etwas über altersspezifische Aspekte der Online-Sicherheit zu erfahren, und die Schule wird von mehreren externen Agenturen (wie der NSPCC, Google und der örtlichen Polizei) besucht, um sich über aktuelle Fragen der Online-Sicherheit. Unser Fachschaftsrat beteiligt sich aktiv an Diskussionen und Entscheidungen zu allen Aspekten der Sicherheit, einschließlich der Online-Sicherheit. ​ Wir spielen eine aktive Rolle bei den Eltern und treffen uns regelmäßig mit allen, die Bedenken hinsichtlich der Sicherheit ihres Kindes im Internet haben. Wenn Sie Bedenken bezüglich der Online-Sicherheit haben, zögern Sie bitte nicht, uns zu kontaktieren und mit einem unserer Online-Sicherheitsexperten zu sprechen. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Tipps für die Sicherheit Ihres Kindes im Internet: ​ Wissen Sie, was Ihre Kinder online tun und mit wem sie sprechen. Bitten Sie sie, Ihnen beizubringen, Anwendungen zu verwenden, die Sie noch nie verwendet haben. Wenn Sie den Computer in einem Familienzimmer aufbewahren, können Sie die Online-Erfahrung Ihres Kindes teilen – und es ist weniger wahrscheinlich, dass es sich unangemessen verhält (zB per Webcam). Helfen Sie Ihren Kindern zu verstehen, dass sie niemals persönliche Daten an Online-Freunde weitergeben sollten – persönliche Daten umfassen ihre Messenger-ID, E-Mail-Adresse, Handynummer und alle Bilder von sich selbst, ihrer Familie oder Freunden. Wenn Ihr Kind ein Bild oder Video online veröffentlicht, kann jeder es ändern oder teilen. Erinnern Sie sie daran, dass sich vielleicht jeder ihre Bilder ansieht und eines Tages ein zukünftiger Arbeitgeber dies könnte! Wenn Ihr Kind Spam-/Junk-E-Mails und -Texte erhält, erinnern Sie es daran, ihnen niemals zu glauben, darauf zu antworten oder sie zu verwenden. Es ist keine gute Idee für Ihr Kind, Dateien zu öffnen, die von Personen stammen, die es nicht kennt. Sie wissen nicht, was sie enthalten – es könnte ein Virus oder schlimmer noch ein unangemessenes Bild oder Film sein. Helfen Sie Ihrem Kind zu verstehen, dass manche Leute online lügen und es daher besser ist, Online-Freunde online zu halten. Sie sollten sich niemals ohne einen Erwachsenen, dem sie vertrauen, mit Fremden treffen. Halten Sie die Kommunikation immer offen, damit ein Kind weiß, dass es nie zu spät ist, jemandem zu sagen, wenn ihm etwas unangenehm ist. Bringen Sie jungen Menschen bei, wie sie jemanden online blockieren und sie melden können, wenn sie sich unwohl fühlen. ​ Nützliche Websites Sie können diese Websites nützlich finden, wenn Sie mehr über die Internetsicherheit erfahren möchten: www.ceop.gov.uk - Das Zentrum für Kinderausbeutung und Online-Schutz (CEOP) widmet sich der Bekämpfung des sexuellen Missbrauchs von Kindern. Sie sind eine Regierungsbehörde, die Teil der britischen Polizeiarbeit ist und sich sehr darum kümmert, Täter entweder direkt oder in Zusammenarbeit mit lokalen und internationalen Streitkräften aufzuspüren und zur Rechenschaft zu ziehen. www.thinkuknow.co.uk - Das Centre Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) hat eine eigene Bildungswebsite eingerichtet, die speziell für Kinder, Jugendliche, Lehrer, Eltern und Betreuer konzipiert und geschrieben wurde. www.kidsmart.org.uk - Kidsmart ist eine preisgekrönte Internet-Sicherheits-Website für Eltern und Personen, die mit Kindern arbeiten. Es wurde von der Kinder-Internet-Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Childnet International entwickelt und bietet ausgezeichnete Informationen über viele der von Kindern verwendeten Technologien sowie Anleitungen, wie man online sicher bleibt. http://parents.vodafone.com/ - Vodafone hat diese Website in Zusammenarbeit mit mumsnet entwickelt. Es ist sehr leicht zugänglich und bietet Eltern Informationen und Anleitungen, um die digitale Welt ihres Kindes zu verstehen und sich stärker zu engagieren. Es gibt sogar einen Online-Test, um zu sehen, wie viel Sie wissen! Physical Security Systems we have in place In addition to teaching our children how to stay safe online we have installed, on our internet and IT systems, several security systems to block and filter out any inappropriate content. The following are some of the in-built security protection systems put in place, on our behalf by T&W: 1. Password management: This is critical, as this is where we all need to play our part. Passwords can be hacked easily if they do not have a good level of complexity, so to help protect your data we use a good, complex passwords. We never share password or leave them lying around. 2. Email protection – All emails go through a filtering system (Sophos) to ensure they do not contain a virus or from a known phishing source. Sophos is a tool that checks the content of the email very quickly and will let us know if it is safe to open. 3. Internet Filtering – We use a product called Smoothwall, this protects against access to certain internet sites and content that you would not want your children to see. 4. Monitoring of activity - Senso is a cloud based, real time monitoring of activity on school owned devices, designed to highlight [to school staff] users who may be vulnerable or at risk to themselves, at risk to others or behaving inappropriately. Senso indicates a potential concern by raising a “violation” when a keyword, acronym or phrase typed, matches against those found within our libraries. It sends automated alerts to the DSL’s. 5. Anti-Virus Software – Windows Defender. This is designed to detect and remove viruses and other kinds of malicious software from schools computers or laptops. 6. A Firewall - At its most basic, a firewall is essentially the barrier that sits between a private internal network and the public Internet, it monitors and filters incoming and outgoing network traffic based on our organisation's previously established security policies 7. Multifactor Authentication (MFA) – This is where you not only have a password but use a secondary device (like an app on a phone) as additional confirmation of the users identity. This increases security because even if one credential becomes compromised, unauthorized users will be unable to meet the second authentication requirement and will not be able to access the system. 8. Geofencing - This helps protect devices and accounts from access from certain ‘high risk’ geographical areas. Online Safety Workshops Y ear 5 and Year 6 took part in workshops run by a lady who works with the GK Consultant Services (who specialise in safeguarding for children). The workshops were aimed specifically at teaching the children to understand about online friendships, consents, sharing images and videos, and how to access help when online. Below is a copy of the PowerPoint used in the workshops. Online Safety Policy 2023.25 Computing Policy 2022.25 Online Safety Audit 2023.24 Online Safety Parents Meeting Minutes 12/07/2023 May 2024 Read More April 2024 Read More March 2024 Read More Feb 2024 Read More Jan 2024 Read More Nov 2023 Read More Oct 2023 Read More Sept 2023 Read More July 2023 Read More June 2023 Read More May 2023 Read More

  • Admissions | Captain Webb Primary School and Nursery

    Bewerbung um einen Platz an der Captain Webb Primary School and Nursery Wenn Sie sich für einen Platz in einer Captain Webb Primary School oder einem Kindergarten für Ihr Kind bewerben möchten, können Sie die Schule kontaktieren und einen Termin für sich und Ihr Kind für einen Besuch vereinbaren. Auf diese Weise können Sie sich auf unserer Seite umsehen, den Mitarbeitern vorgestellt werden und Fragen stellen. ​ Bitte ruf Julie unter 01952 386770 an und sie wird das für dich organisieren ​ Wenn Sie sich entscheiden, Ihre Kinder zu Captain Webb zu schicken, können Sie sich um einen Platz bewerben. Bitte folgen Sie der Anleitung unten: Grundschule ​ Um sich für einen Platz an der Captain Webb Primary School zu bewerben, müssen Sie sich an das Aufnahmeteam der örtlichen Behörde wenden. Als aufrechterhaltene Schule wird die Zulassungspolitik der Captain Webb Primary School von der lokalen Behörde, dem Rat von Telford und Wrekin festgelegt ). Als solche sind sie auch für die Bearbeitung von Einsprüchen bei erfolglosen Anträgen verantwortlich. ​ Informationen zur Bewerbung um einen Schulplatz und zu den Aufnahmemodalitäten finden Sie auf deren Website . ​ Die LA wird uns mitteilen, dass Sie einen Platz beantragt haben, und uns dann mitteilen, ob Sie erfolgreich waren. ​ Sobald Sie erfolgreich sind , wird die Schule dann fragen Sie unsere hauseigenen Schule Antragsformular ausfüllen, eine diese uns mit Informationen benötigen bietet wir auf alle Kontakte, medizinischen Bedarf und Zustimmungen. Außerdem bitten wir Sie um einen Identitätsnachweis für sich (in der Regel Führerschein oder Reisepass) und für Ihr Kind (Geburtsurkunde). Diese Informationen werden dann entsprechend dem Datenschutzgesetz erfasst und gespeichert....siehe Schutz Ihrer Daten Frühe Jahre ​ Die Aufnahme in unseren Kindergarten wird von der Schule festgelegt. Unsere Early Years Einstellung bringt Kinder ab 2 Jahren zur Rezeption. Wir bieten sowohl staatlich finanzierte als auch privat finanzierte Plätze an und verkaufen Rundumschutz für diejenigen, die zusätzliche Stunden benötigen. ​ Für Bewerbungen für unsere Early Years-Einstellung füllen Sie das untenstehende Bewerbungsformular aus und senden Sie es per E-Mail oder Post an unsere Schule . Alternativ können Sie Julie (01952 386770) kontaktieren und sie wird dafür sorgen, dass ein Antragsformular zur Abholung bereitliegt oder Ihnen zugeschickt wird. ​ Für weitere Informationen zu geförderten Plätzen wenden Sie sich bitte an das Schulsekretariat unter 01952 386770 und Sie werden zu Gemma verbunden, die die Aufnahme und Verwaltung des Kindergartens verwaltet. Sobald festgestellt wurde, dass wir genügend Platz für Ihre Bedürfnisse haben, wird Gemma mit Ihnen einen Starttermin besprechen. Außerdem bitten wir Sie um einen Identitätsnachweis für sich (in der Regel Führerschein oder Reisepass) und für Ihr Kind (Geburtsurkunde). Diese Informationen werden dann entsprechend dem Datenschutzgesetz erfasst und gespeichert....siehe Schutz Ihrer Daten ​ Weitere Informationen zum Anspruch auf Förderung für 2- und 3-Jährige finden Sie auch auf www.telford.gov.uk , Nursery Application Form EYFS Admissions Policy Sept 2023 See More

  • Attendance | captainwebb

    Schulbesuch ​ ​ ​ Ziele und Ziele Das Leitungsgremium der Captain Webb Primary legt großen Wert auf das Erreichen von Standards und ist der Ansicht, dass eine hervorragende Schülerbeteiligung und Pünktlichkeit unerlässlich sind. Damit Kinder ihr Potenzial entfalten können, müssen die Schülerinnen und Schüler eine hohe Lernmotivation sowie eine hohe Bereitschaft zum Schulbesuch aufweisen. Regelmäßiges, pünktliches Erscheinen wird gute Gewohnheiten etablieren, die sie ihr ganzes Leben lang unterstützen. Um dies zu erreichen, verpflichten sich die Direktoren und das Personal zur partnerschaftlichen Zusammenarbeit mit den Eltern, um sicherzustellen, dass die Schule eine Mindestanzahl von 96 % der Schulbesuche erreicht. ​ Die Regierung erwartet von uns: • Förderung einer guten Anwesenheit und Verringerung der Abwesenheit, einschließlich anhaltender Abwesenheit (weniger als 90%); • Sicherstellen, dass jeder Schüler Zugang zu einer Vollzeitausbildung hat, auf die er Anspruch hat; • Handeln Sie frühzeitig, um Fehlzeiten anzugehen. Die Captain Webb Primary School arbeitet mit Eltern und der lokalen Behörde zusammen, um den Schulbesuch zu verbessern. ​ Abwesenheit stört die Bildung des einzelnen Schülers und der ganzen Klasse. Ist Ihnen bekannt, dass Kinder, die nicht regelmäßig teilnehmen: ​ In Prüfungen nicht gut abschneiden Finde es schwierig, Freundschaften zu pflegen Sind eher in kriminelle Handlungen verwickelt Verpassen Sie Chancen in Weiterbildung und Berufswelt. ​ Wie schneidet Ihr Kind ab? ​ ​ ​ Abwesenheit kann nur vom Schulleiter innerhalb der Grenzen genehmigt werden, die in den Education (Pupil Registrations) (England) Regulations 2006 festgelegt sind. Schulleiter können keinen Urlaub während des Semesters genehmigen, es sei denn, die Umstände sind außergewöhnlich. Erziehungsbeauftragte (EWO) - Helen Carolina Attendance Policy School Opening Times The school gates open at 8:35am and classes start at 8:45am . Any child arriving after 8:45am will be marked as late. It is important to ensure your child in in school for the start of class as this is an important time to settle and prepare for the day ahead as well as receiving instructions and introductions into the first lesson. School finishes at 3:15pm . CAPTAIN WEBB PRIMARY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE DATA 2022-2023 CAPTAIN WEBB PRIMARY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE DATA 6th Sept 2023- 24 May 2024

  • Maths including KIRF | captainwebb

    Maths Curriculum Statement Intent Our intent is to provide our children with an engaging, exciting and empowering curriculum that allows them to develop as confident responsible citizens equipped with the skills that will allow them to be successful in our ever-changing world, both in the present and the future. We believe that childhood should be a happy, investigative and enquiring time in our lives. We constantly provide enrichment opportunities (memorable experiences) to engage learners and develop their cultural capital which has been recognised as essential if children are to succeed. We believe that our children should not only reach their best academically, but also develop a thirst for knowledge, foster a love of learning and leave our school with exceptional independent learning skills. We are fully committed to developing each child's unique potential within a secure and caring environment. We use our Captain Webb Values to promote positive attitudes to learning: Listen Encourage Achieve Respect Nurture At Captain Webb, our intent for mathematics is to teach a rich, balanced and progressive curriculum that helps children develop an ability to solve problems, to reason, to think logically and to work systematically and accurately. We believe that equipping our children with fundamental maths skills will pave pathways to creating resilient, forward-thinking learners, who will continue to build upon these skills in every key stage. Through our maths learning, we provide opportunities which cater for the needs of all individuals and sets them up with the necessary skills and knowledge for them to become successful in their future adventures. We aim to prepare them for a successful working life; we incorporate sustained levels of challenge through varied and high quality activities that use maths to reason, problem solve and develop fluent conceptual understanding in each area ​ Implementation Our pupils leave Captain Webb with the knowledge and skills required to be great and confident mathematicians by embedding a curriculum that allows children to better make sense of the world around them by making connections between mathematics and everyday life. We teach the National Curriculum by adopting the White Rose Maths scheme as a planning tool, but we adapt according to the need of our pupils. This adaptation is based upon summative assessment gap information, ongoing formative teaching judgements and pupil feedback. This ensures that skills and knowledge are built on year by year and sequenced appropriately to maximise learning for all children. ​ Our knowledge-based curriculum introduces new mathematical concepts using a ‘Concrete, Pictorial and Abstract’ approach; enabling all children to experience hands-on learning when discovering new mathematical topics, and allows them to have clear models and images to aid their understanding. Declarative knowledge (arithmetic and basic math skills) is taught daily so that pupils know useful facts and formulae and develop an understanding of relationships and familiar patterns. Procedural knowledge is greatly linked to our calculation policy and enables our pupils to process mathematical information accurately and at speed. Finally, conditional knowledge allows children to apply and embed their knowledge through challenging, rich and sophisticated problems ​ Select to see our long-term and medium term plans below: Read More Nursery - Medium Term Plans Read More Year R - Medium Term Plans Read More Year 1 - Medium Term Plans Year 1 - Long Term Plans Read More Year 2 - Medium Term Plans Read More Year 3 - Medium Term Plans Read More Year 4 - Medium Term Plans Read More Year 5 - Medium Term Plans Read More Year 6 - Medium Term Plans Year 2 - Long Term Plans Year 3 - Long Term Plans Year 4 - Long Term Plans Year 5 - Long Term Plans Year 6 - Long Term Plans Mathmatical Vocabulary Progression Document 2023-25 Key Knowledge Skills - Conditional Knowledge Grids Key Knowledge Skills - Geometry - Position and Direction Key Knowledge Skills - Statistics Key Knowledge Skills Geometry - Properties of shape Key Knowledge Skills - Measure Key Knowledge Skills - Calculation Key Knowledge Skills - Algebra Key Knowledge Skills - FDPRP Key Knowledge Skills - Place Value Key Knowledge Skills - Calculation Impact Mathematics is an important creative discipline that helps children to understand and change the world. This is supported by the opportunities we provide to develop cultural capital. We do this across the curriculum and throughout the school by: Organising events such as STEM Week, allowing pupils to apply their knowledge and skills to cross-curricular concepts or topics Working with global companies such as HSBC to promote financial skills for work, learning and life Giving children the opportunity to use money in real-life contexts (having spending money on trips or going to the local sweet shop in Year 2) Our contextual activities in maths at the end of each unit link to a real-life context which gives children a clear understanding of the importance and purpose of mathematical skills Year 6 undertake an Enterprise project which gives them the opportunity to work with a budget; plan, design and make a product; market a product; engage in the selling process and finally, calculate and understand the importance of profit. Maths Policy 2023-2025 Maths - Number Formation Policy 2022 - 2025 Calculation Policy 2022 - 2025 Pre-Calculation Policy 2022 - 2025 Jottings Policy 2022 - 2025 Multiplication Planner 2022 - 2025 KIRF Progression Document 2022 - 2025 YEAR 4 MULTIPLICATION PROGRESS CHECK “Leaving primary school with a fundamental grasp of basic numeracy is as important as leaving being able to read. And just as the phonics check has helped more children learn to read, this will ensure more pupils know their times tables.” Nick Gibb, schools minister. In June each year, Year 4 pupils are required to sit a multiplication tables check (MTC). This test is online and will require the children to answer 25 questions on their multiplication knowledge from two to twelves times table. Pupils are given 6 seconds per question with three seconds rest between each question, so the test should last less than 5 minutes. The MTC will establish which pupils’ times table knowledge is at the expected level and will also help identify which pupils are struggling with their times tables so they can get extra support. To help your child prepare for these checks, we progressive introduce multiplication facts from year 1 with the expectation that all facts will be known by the end of Year 4. (See the multiplication Planner). As a school, we also use Time Table Rock Stars. This is an interactive online program which allows your child to practice key facts at speed and allows the teacher to see which facts the children are having difficulty with. Questions on the six, seven, eight, nine and twelve times table are more likely to come up most often and as these are the hardest for most children to learn, it is a good idea to focus on learning these tables with your child. For more information regarding the multiplication tables check, please click the link below. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/multiplication-tables-check-information-for-parents ​ KIRF (Key Instant Recall Facts) At Captain Webb Primary we practise KIRF (Key Instant Recall Facts) daily as part of our Maths Lessons. We strongly believe that knowing these facts is a gateway to become confident mathematicians. The aim is for children to recall these facts instantly as this will not only allow them to access the Maths Curriculum with ease, but also build their sense of number and confidence when working with number. To help your child achieve this crucial fluency target, we ask that you help your child to complete some KIRF based activity at least four times a week as part of our reward homework scheme. 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  • PSHE | captainwebb

    PSHE Curriculum Statement Intention At Captain Webb our aim is to provide our children with an engaging, exciting and empowering curriculum that allows them to develop as confident responsible citizens equipped with the skills that will allow them to be successful in our ever changing world, both in the present and the future. We believe that childhood should be a happy, investigative and enquiring time in our lives. We constantly provide enrichment opportunities (memorable experiences) to engage learners and develop their cultural capital which has been recognised as essential if children are to succeed. We believe that our children should not only reach their best academically, but also develop a thirst for knowledge, foster a love of learning and leave our school with exceptional independent learning skills. We are fully committed to developing each child's unique potential within a secure and caring environment. We use our Captain Webb Values to promote positive attitudes to learning: Listen Encourage Achieve Respect Nurture Our PSHE curriculum develops learning and results in the acquisition of knowledge and skills which will enable children to access the wider curriculum. It also, prepares them to be global citizens now and in their future roles within a global community. It promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils, preparing them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences for later life. Our Relationships and Sex Education enables our children to learn how to be safe, and to understand and develop healthy relationships, both now and in their future lives. Implementation EYFS - In the Foundation Stage, PSHE and citizenship is taught as an integral part of topic work and is embedded throughout the curriculum. The objectives taught are the Personal, Social and Emotional Development statements from ‘Development Matters in the EYFS’ and the PSED Early Learning Goals. Reception also uses the Jigsaw Scheme of Work materials. (See below) Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 - At Key Stage 1 and 2, pupils are taught PSHE using ‘Jigsaw’ which is a spiral, progressive scheme of work, covering all of the above and aims to prepare children for life, helping them to know and value who they are and understand how they relate to other people in this ever-changing world. There is a strong emphasis on emotional Literacy (having self-awareness and recognition of your own feelings and knowing how to manage them), building resilience and nurturing mental and physical health. It includes mindfulness to allow children to advance their emotional awareness, concentration and focus. We teach about different kinds of relationships, including same sex relationships, and gender identity because it is important that our children should have an understanding of the full diversity of the world they live in and be prepared for life in modern Britain. The Sex Education aspects of PSHE are also taught through the ‘Jigsaw’. Alongside this in KS2 children have access the Expect Respect materials, which focus on healthy relationships and also deals with sensitive issues such as domestic abuse. PSHE also identifies links to British Values such as the rule of law and democracy. SMSC taught throughout the Jigsaw scheme of work and ensures that the development of children’s values plays a significant part in their ability to learn and achieve. To develop our pupil’s cultural capital at Captain Webb, we have visits from the local emergency services, Fire brigade, Lifeguards, Police and the RAF. We also give the children the opportunity to have visitors from Crucial Crew, Star, NSPCC to learn about ‘PANTS’ and ‘Helping hands. The children also get to experience other cultures by visiting places of worships to see how we are all different. All of these helps our children to experience the essential knowledge that they need to prepare them for their future success. PSHE is taught, every Monday morning throughout the whole school, through Jigsaw’s six half termly themes with each year group studying the same unit at the same time. The knowledge and skills of each unit progresses through each year. Autumn 1: Being Me in My World Autumn 2: Differences (including anti-bullying) Spring 1: Dreams and Goals Spring 2: Healthy Me Summer 1: Relationships Summer 2: Changing Me (including Sex Education) Impact The impact of following this programme will be that the standards of attainment across the school will meet or exceed those which are expected of our children nationally. We continuously assess the implementation and impact of our PSHE curriculum in order to achieve the highest outcomes possible across all year groups and ensure we provide the support that is necessary for all children to achieve. Through our PSHE curriculum, we believe we can enhance children’s education and help them to become caring, respectful, responsible, and confident individuals and citizens. By the time our children leave our school they will: be able to approach a range of real life situations and apply their skills and attributes to help navigate themselves through modern life be on their way to becoming healthy, open minded, respectful, socially and morally responsible, active members of society appreciate difference and diversity be able to understand and manage their emotions be able to look after their mental health and well-being be able to develop positive, healthy relationship with their peers both now and in the future. understand the physical aspects involved in RSE at an age appropriate level have respect for themselves and others. have a positive self esteem PSHE Policy 2022-25 PSHE Skills and Knowledge Progression Plans 2024.25

  • Pupil Premium | captainwebb

    Schülerprämie Der Zweck der Schülerprämie Die Regierung ist der Ansicht, dass die Schülerprämie, die zusätzlich zur Hauptschulfinanzierung gewährt wird, der beste Weg ist, um die derzeitigen Ungleichheiten zwischen Kindern, die Anspruch auf kostenlose Schulmahlzeiten (FSM) haben, und ihren wohlhabenderen Altersgenossen zu beheben, indem sichergestellt wird, dass die Mittel zur Beseitigung der Benachteiligung die Schüler erreichen wer braucht es am meisten. ​ Für Schülerinnen und Schüler aus einkommensschwachen Familien außerhalb des Regelschulsystems ist es Sache der Kommunalbehörde, über die Zuweisung der Schülerprämie zu entscheiden. Es könnte beispielsweise der Einrichtung zugewiesen werden, in der sie ausgebildet werden, oder von der Kommunalbehörde gehalten werden, um speziell für zusätzliche pädagogische Unterstützung aufzuwenden, um das Leistungsniveau dieser Schüler zu erhöhen. Die Behörde muss nicht-normale Einrichtungen konsultieren, wie die Prämie für diese Schüler verwendet werden soll. Das DfE sagt: ​ Den Schulen steht es frei, die Schülerprämie nach eigenem Ermessen auszugeben. Sie werden jedoch dafür verantwortlich gemacht, wie sie die zusätzlichen Mittel zur Unterstützung von Schülern aus einkommensschwachen Familien verwendet haben. In die Leistungstabellen werden neue Maßnahmen aufgenommen, die die Leistungen der benachteiligten Schüler erfassen, die von der Schülerprämie abgedeckt werden. ​ Wie können Eltern und Betreuer zum Erfolg der Schülerprämie beitragen? ​ Wenn Ihr Kind Anspruch auf kostenlose Schulmahlzeiten hat, lohnt es sich, es anzumelden, auch wenn es kein Mittagessen in der Schule zu sich nimmt und selbst wenn es Anspruch auf ein kostenloses Abendessen im Rahmen des staatlichen Universal Infant Free School Meal-Programms hat. Es wird sich direkt auf die Finanzierung auswirken und die Unterstützung, die wir bieten können, maximieren. ​ Die Unterstützung und Beteiligung der Eltern ist ein Schlüsselfaktor für die Anhebung der Standards. Wenn Sie Hilfe oder Beratung bei der Unterstützung Ihres Kindes wünschen oder unsicher sind, wie Sie sich für das kostenlose Schulessen anmelden können, wenden Sie sich bitte an Frau Jacqui Darlington, die für die Schülerprämie zuständig ist. Wer hat Anspruch auf kostenlose Schulmahlzeiten? ​ Ihr Kind hat möglicherweise Anspruch auf kostenlose Schulmahlzeiten, wenn Sie Anspruch auf Folgendes haben: Sozialhilfe Einkommensabhängige Arbeitslosenhilfe Einkommensbezogenes Beschäftigungs- und Unterstützungsgeld Unterstützung nach Teil VI des Zuwanderungs- und Asylgesetzes 1999 das garantierte Element des staatlichen Rentenkredits Steuergutschrift für Kinder (vorausgesetzt, Sie haben nicht auch Anspruch auf eine Steuergutschrift für Erwerbstätigkeit und haben ein jährliches Bruttoeinkommen von nicht mehr als 16.190 £) Ablauf der Steuergutschrift für Erwerbstätigkeit – wird 4 Wochen lang gezahlt, nachdem Sie sich nicht mehr für die Steuergutschrift für Erwerbstätigkeit qualifizieren Universalkredit Recovery Premium Funding 2022/23 I n February 2021, the government announced a one-off recovery premium as part of its package of funding to support education recovery. The recovery premium provides additional funding for state-funded schools in the 2021/22 and 2022/23 academic years. Building on the pupil premium , this funding will help schools to deliver evidence-based approaches for supporting disadvantaged pupils. ​ Pupil eligibility The recovery premium will be allocated using the same data as the pupil premium. This means the following pupils will attract recovery premium funding to schools: pupils who are eligible for free school meals (FSM) pupils who have been eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years children looked after by local authorities and referred to as looked-after children (LAC) post looked-after children (post-LAC) ​ Funding Funding allocations School allocations will be calculated on a per pupil basis. Mainstream schools will get: £145 for each eligible pupil in mainstream education ​ Payment schedule The recovery premium will be paid in 4 payments to schools during the 2021 to 2022 academic year on the following schedule. ​ Maintained Schools Schedule of Payments: Payments will be sent to local authorities on the last working day in: September 2021 December 2021 April 2022 June 2022 September 2022 December 2022 April 2023 June 2023 ​ Using recovery premium funding Schools should spend this premium on evidence-based approaches to support pupils. In line with the Education Endowment Foundation’s pupil premium guide , activities should include those that: support the quality of teaching, such as staff professional development provide targeted academic support, such as tutoring deal with non-academic barriers to success in school, such as attendance, behaviour and social and emotional support Like the pupil premium, schools can: spend the recovery premium on a wider cohort of pupils than those who attract the funding direct recovery premium spending where they think the need is greatest ​ Reporting and accountability Schools must show how they are using their recovery premium effectively: by reporting on their use of recovery premium as part of their pupil premium strategy statement (see below) through Ofsted inspections - as part of these inspections, inspectors may discuss plans schools have to spend their recovery premium funding ​ See proposed use of Recovery Premium Funding in the Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 22/23 below Catch Up Funding 2020/2021 Children and young people across the country have experienced unprecedented disruption to their education as a result of coronavirus (COVID-19). Those from the most vulnerable and disadvantaged backgrounds will be among those hardest hit. The aggregate impact of lost time in education will be substantial, and the scale of our response must match the scale of the challenge. Schools’ allocations will be calculated on a per pupil basis, providing each mainstream school with a total of £80 for each pupil in from Reception through to Year 6 As the catch-up premium has been designed to mitigate the effects of the unique disruption caused by coronavirus (COVID-19), the grant will only be available for the 2020 to 2021 academic year. It will not be added to schools’ baselines in calculating future years’ funding allocations. ​ See how we used our Catch Up Funding in the Covid Catch Up Premium Plan 2020/21 below ​ ​ Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2023.24 Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2022.23 Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2021.22 Pupil Premium Plan 2020.2021 Covid Catch Up Premium Plan 2020.2021

  • Computing | captainwebb

    Computing Curriculum Statement Intent Our intent is to provide our children with an engaging, exciting and empowering computing curriculum that allows them to develop as confident, experienced and responsible users of technology. We want our children to be equipped with the knowledge and skills that will allow them to be successful in our ever-changing world, both in the present and in the future. ​ We believe that childhood should be a happy, investigative and enquiring time in our lives and so where appropriate, computing knowledge and skills are applied to theme-based tasks to make learning creative, accessible and engaging. We want our pupils to be fluent with a range of devices, applications and hardware and aim that by Upper Key Stage 2, children have the independence and confidence to choose the best tool to fulfil whatever task or challenge they may encounter. ​ We understand that the use of technology brings with it inherent risks. We believe that our children should be equipped with the knowledge, skills and understanding to use technology safely and respectfully, in order to become positive contributors to our world’s ‘global village’. We believe that our children should not only reach their best academically, but also develop a thirst for knowledge, foster a love of learning and leave our school with exceptional independent learning skills. We are fully committed to developing each child's unique potential within a secure and caring environment. ​ We use our Captain Webb Values to promote positive attitudes to learning: Listen Encourage Achieve Respect Nurture Implementation Computing is taught at Captain Webb Primary School as an area of learning, as well as being integrated, where appropriate, with other curriculum areas such as Geography, History, Science, Music, PSHE, Maths and Literacy. We have implemented a curriculum where pupils from the age of 2 to the age of 11 not only enjoy but also experience a range of activities that broaden their knowledge and understanding. ​ Computing consists of one unit per half term, which is either taught in a weekly lesson or as ‘Computing Days’, where children are able to immerse themselves in the progression of knowledge and skills of a particular area of learning and apply them within a given context. ​ The key knowledge and skills of each topic are mapped across each year group. This ensures that children develop their knowledge of computer systems and networks, various forms of digital media, data and information, and programming, progressively throughout the whole school. The skills in these areas are also developed systematically, with the programme of study for each year group building on previous learning and preparing for subsequent years. Knowledge and skills are informed and linked to enable achievement of key stage end points, as informed by the 2014 National Curriculum. ​ Throughout the Computing units taught in each year group, children learn to use and express themselves and develop their ideas. For example, when writing and presenting with desktop publishing or exploring art and design using digital media. Children develop practical skills in the safe use of computers and the internet, and the ability to apply these skills to real-life scenarios. For example, understanding safe use of social media, computer networks and email. We teach children to understand and apply the fundamental principles and concepts of computer science, including abstraction, logic, algorithms and data representation. Children are also taught to analyse problems in computational terms, and have repeated practical and progressive experience of writing computer programs in order to solve such problems. We also teach a progression of computing vocabulary to support children in the development of their computing knowledge. ​ Online safety is taught broadly and regularly at Captain Webb Primary School. We understand that Online Safety concerns not only digital tools and spaces, but also behaviour. Where appropriate, Online Safety is taught within Computing lessons. For example when children learn about computer systems and networks they learn about the importance of how data on networks can be copied and shared, and the importance of securing data on networks. In addition, Online Safety is taught during PSHE lessons. For example, when children learn about bullying, cyber bullying is included in context. Children are also taught Online Safety during a blocked ‘Online Safety Week’, where the eight strands of ‘Education for a Connected World’ (self-image and identity, online relationships, online reputation, online bullying, managing online information, health well-being and lifestyle, privacy and security, copyright and ownership) are taught in depth to key phases across the whole school. The evaluated impact of ‘Online Safety Week’ is used to direct further opportunities to develop our children’s knowledge and understanding of Online Safety, such as additional PSHE lessons, assemblies delivered by online agencies and targeted displays. Impact The implementation of this curriculum ensures that when children leave Captain Webb Primary School, they are safe, competent and creative users of technology. They will have developed skills to express themselves creatively using a range of digital media and be equipped to apply their skills in programming to different challenges and scenarios. Our children will know the risks of using digital technology and will be able to use it safely, respectfully and positively. They will have a secure and comprehensive knowledge of the opportunities and potential for the use of technology and digital systems in our world, both now and in the future. This is important in a society where technologies and trends are rapidly evolving. Children will be able to apply the British values of democracy, tolerance, mutual respect, rule of law and liberty when using digital systems. They will have increased cultural capital by seeing how computer networks, systems, devices, applications and hardware are used in real-life situations for their own benefit, and the benefit of wider society. ​ The pictures below show examples of computing curriculum progression through the years: Online Safety Policy 2023.25 Online Safety Audit 2023.24 Computing Policy 2023.25 Device and Technology Acceptable use Agreement for pupils Computing Skills and Knowledge Progression Plans 2022.25 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6

  • Cultural Capital | captainwebb

    Cultural Capital What is a Cultural capital? Cultural capital is the accumulation of knowledge, behaviours, and skills that a pupil can draw upon and which demonstrates their cultural awareness, knowledge and competence; it is one of the key ingredients a student will draw upon to be successful in society, their career and the world of work. Cultural capital promotes social mobility and success in our stratified society. Cultural capital gives a student power and it helps them achieve goals, become successful, and rise up the social ladder without necessarily having wealth or financial capital. Cultural capital is having assets that give students the desire to aspire and achieve social mobility whatever their starting point. Our Cultural Capital At Captain Webb Primary School, our curriculum is designed to instil high aspirations in all of our children and to encourage them to become resilient, life-long learners who embrace challenges and continue to grow and develop their cultural capital. Our children will be inspired to follow whichever path they choose whilst being well-rounded, conscientious global citizens. Our 6C values, understanding of SMSC and British Values enrich and underpin our curriculum to ensure Captain Webb children are prepared and equipped to succeed in their futures in an ever changing world. “Education for global citizenship helps enable young people to develop the core competencies which allow them to actively engage with the world, and help to make it a more just and sustainable place.” - Oxfam.org.uk We are working hard to be Global Citizens at Captain Webb Primary School. ENRICHMENT AT CAPTAIN WEBB > SMSC AT CAPTAIN WEBB > At Captain Webb, we ensure that our curriculum is a vehicle for SMSC education. SMSC stands for spiritual, moral, social and cultural education. Please click to find out more about our SMSC grids which outline how we intergrate SMSC into our learning across the school. BRITISH VALUES AT CAPTAIN WEBB > At Captain Webb we actively take opportunities to teach British values and feel this is embedded through our weekly assemblies and interwoven in our enriching curriculum. Please click to find out how this is taught across the school. PROTECTIVE CHARACTERISTICS >

  • Curriculum Subjects | captainwebb

    Curriculum Subjects You can read more information about each subject that we teach, how we plan lessons, and how we manage the learning progression, by selecting from the links below: Art Computing Cultural Capital D&T Geography History Maths (including KIRF) MFL Music Artsmark PE Phonics PHSE Protective Characteristics RE Reading RSE Science Spelling Spoken Word Writing

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