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General Information

This year I will be using ClassDojo to communicate with parents. I will post regular updates and appropriate information. Please let me know if you have any trouble using this app.




We value support for reading as our main homework focus. In addition, your child will also be given an open ended homework challenge to complete, based on their learning from the week. Homework is given out on a Friday and must be returned by the following Wednesday. We look forward to seeing the work you do at home.




Our PE lessons are on a Monday and Wednesday.


Please ensure children have the appropriate PE kit to participate in PE lessons - it would be useful for children to have their PE kit available in school throughout the week not just on PE days.  Children who do not have a PE kit on their PE day will be given an active task to complete to ensure they do not miss their entitlement to physical activity. Please can you ensure your child has shorts, red or white t-shirt and pumps or trainers. Please note that jewellery should not be worn for P.E. lessons. Children with earrings need to have these removed on PE days.




At Treeton C of E Primary we see reading as a priority as it is a vital skill for life. It is important all children continue to read regularly both in school and at home to build up fluency and confidence. They also need to develop a deeper understanding of the texts they read by asking and answering questions.


We read with your child on many occasions each week in school. Each week your child will read in a guided reading group with their class teacher and individually with their teaching assistant. There will be many other opportunities for reading through their Literacy lessons and daily phonic sessions.


Reading is still the main focus for homework and we ask that you make time to read with your child three times a week. We check reading diaries each week and award raffle tickets each time a child reads 3 times at home. At the end of the half term the raffle tickets are drawn out and the winner will receive a £5 WHSmith voucher If your child reads 3 times every week for a whole half term, they will receive a reading award.


If you have any questions about how we teach reading or what you can do at home to support your child's reading please feel free to ask. Thank you to everyone who has supported us with the reading initiative so far. Rewards will be announced at the end of ter




Please find our transition into LKS2 document. This gives you lots of information around our transition protocols and plans for LKS2.  

Treeton C of E Primary School,
Wood Lane Treeton,
Rotherham, South Yorkshire, S60 5QS