Joydens Wood Infant School
In our school we stimulate awe and wonder through a captivating curriculum that develops effort based learning. We support and work together to make our school a purposeful place that enables every child to thrive and succeed. We celebrate differences and see the uniqueness in all.VISION AND VALUES
This week's school attendance
Cooked School Dinners
Smiley Faces Awarded
SNAPCHAT – KEEPING YOUR CHILD SAFE
National Online Safety have produced a free guide for parents about Snapchat, the social media app which has been flagged by the NSPCC & the Humberside Police as being one of the main sources of online grooming incidents over the past 6 months in the region, with the youngest victim recorded just seven years old. The guide informs parents about the dangers associated with the social media platform and how they can reduce the associated risks.
You can download the guide here http://bit.ly/2K6T4NL
If you want any further information then please contact National Online Safety at https://nationalonlinesafety.com
This has been such a wonderful and busy week! The weather has been fantastic and we have heard all about your amazing long weekends. We really hope you had a fun extra day to enjoy. The children have been very excited as tadpoles have been donated to Reception.
In English this week the children have learn the order of the colours of the rainbow through the mnemonic, Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain. They have organised their ideas in groups around certain colours considering describing words.
On Wednesday 25th April, ten children from Year 2 represented our school at the Dartford School Games: Infant Agility Festival. This is a competitive event aimed at children in Key Stage 1. The children took part in a series of field events, demonstrating their balancing, throwing, bowling and jumping skills. Each school was scored on a points system and the overall highest achieving team goes on to represent Dartford at the Kent School Games final.
Junk Modelling and Unwanted ‘Bits and Bobs!’
If you have any recycling e.g. empty plastic bottles, pots, cardboard boxes, packaging etc. please bring it in to our Reception and Year 1 classes. The children love turning your junk into their wonderful own creations. Also any unwanted buttons, wool, craft bits (pom poms, glitter, felt) would also be much appreciated.
Lastly if you have any unwanted Lego (not Duplo) we would much appreciate your donations.
MANY THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT.