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Mount Carmel Catholic Primary School

I have come so that they may have life and have it to the full - John 10:10

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'A very warm welcome to Mount Carmel Catholic School's website. At the heart of Mount Carmel is our very strong Catholic Ethos. We aim for every child to leave here as an ambassador of Christ. Working parallel to this is our drive for high standards. Through creating a supportive and nurturing school, children really have a passion for learning. We hope you feel this from looking around our website.'
'A very warm welcome to Mount Carmel Catholic School's website. At the heart of Mount Carmel is our very strong Catholic Ethos. We aim for every child to leave here as an ambassador of Christ. Working parallel to this is our drive for high standards. Through creating a supportive and nurturing school, children really have a passion for learning. We hope you feel this from looking around our website.'

Expectations

Homework

Your child is expected to complete:

  • One comprehension activity per week
  • Daily Maths (every weekday)
  • Spelling words (learn them for the weekly test and then write sentences/a paragraph including spelling words)
  • Any other assigned homework

Children should access BugClub and Times Tables Rockstars (TTR) at home, several times a week.

 

Behaviour

We maintain high expectations at Mount Carmel and follow a traffic light system.

If children are not demonstrating appropriate behaviour then they will be moved to amber, if they continue then they will be moved to red. You will receive a red slip, informing you of why your child has moved to red.

If your child has been demonstrating an excellent attitude to learning and has gone above and beyond, then they may be moved to Gold. You will be notified of this via a Gold slip.

We also use ClassDojo’s for rewards and sanctions for behaviour.

 

Communication

If you need to communicate with any member of the Year 3 team, then please contact the office (info@mountcarmel.ealing.sch.uk). The staff member will respond to you as soon as possible. We are unable to respond to messages on ClassDojo.

If your child is being collected by any other adult, then please let the school office know (in good time) so that we are aware.

 

Reading

Please support your child with their reading. Your child should read for at least 15-20 minutes a day, at home. Your child should bring in a reading book every day that they will read during quiet reading periods during school.

#Encourage, Challenge and Support.#
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