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Dates for the Diary

May 2021

Thursday 20 May

9:30 am – 9:45 am
MIS Reception Children National Child Measurement Programme

Friday 28 May

All Day
Last day of term

Monday 31 May – Friday 4 June

Half term holiday - School Closed

June 2021

Monday 7 June

All Day
First day of term

Friday 18 June

All Day
MJS - Y6 Small group induction morning - Broadland High

Attendance

Target set by the Government is 96.1%

Current attendance figure for:

Bacton is 96.98%

There are currently 70 children on roll, 30 of whom have 100% attendance for the Autumn term - let’s try and keep this number as high as we can!

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Class Attendance Last Week

The class with the highest attendance for week beginning 18.12.2020 was Shark class with 97.85% Well done Shark Class. They will receive £10 towards their attendance reward total.

 

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Head of School Autumn Update

Bacton - Supporting the Community and School Life

During the autumn term we introduced our new school improvement initiative focusing on introducing the Mastery curriculum in maths and as always you were keen to learn more about how your child 'does' maths at school so that you can support them fully with any learning at home. We continued our work supporting fund raising events both in the local and wider communities. We began in September with our Macmillan Cancer coffee morning. This was very different to normal because due to Covid restrictions we were unable to welcome parents into school. Never-the-less we involved families with our bake off event and raised an impressive £128.50 for this amazing cause. During October we had great fun dressing in yellow to raise awareness of young people's mental health through our Young Minds event. Years 3-6 began work in their new mindfulness journals and we also raised an incredible £86.90. During November we supported the BBC Children in Need event dressing in something spotty. In November we held our parents evening - virtually. This format for parents evenings enabled more parents to attend and hear about their child's progress which was great. There was also the added benefit of parents and guardians not having to leave home on those cold and dark evenings. In December we completed our autumn term fund raising with a twelve days of Christmas advent calendar for 'Wild Touch' animal sanctuary. We weren't able to celebrate Christmas with our spectacular performance, but hopefully we did get you in the Christmas spirit with our virtual in school Nativity and class carols which were shared with parents. A huge thank you to all parents and guardians for your support during what has most certainly been a challenging and unprecedented time during the Covid pandemic.

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