Chartham Satellite

                           

Welcome to the Chartham Primary Satellite Page

Our Vision

This is the home page for the Penguin and Polar Bear classes.

The vision for the Key Stage 2 Satellite classes based at Chartham Primary have a focus on inclusive learning and experiences. We would envisage that each child in both satellite classes would be accessing at least one inclusion lesson at Chartham Primary School.  We would also expect that that the children are involved in school assemblies, dinner time routines, playtimes, sports days, religious services, school plays and any extra-curricular activities. This would support each child with having a greater awareness of a wider community outside of St Nicholas School. 

 

Satellite Classes at Chartham Primary School

We are extremely lucky to be part of a popular, happy, friendly and welcoming school, which is set in spacious grounds at Chartham Primary School. There are 2 classes of up to 8 children with varying needs, all with an EHCP. These are Penguin Class and Polar Bear class. The provision has 2 teachers (one lead teacher) and 2 teaching assistants in each class. 

The children are integrated well in the main school and inclusion opportunities include: sharing playtimes, attending inclusion lessons, assemblies, trips out of school, dinner times and PE.

Children are expected to wear the Chartham School Uniform and abide by the Chartham rules. 

Our weekly timetable:

Our topics for Terms 5&6 2021 are The Seaside.

For Term 5 and 6, the following learning opportunities will occur:

Thursday - PE with Team Theme. Children need to wear their PE kit to school including suitable trainers.

Wednesday - Penguin Class Wellbeing Walk - please ensure wellies are kept in school for our weekly walks.

Reading - we aim to encourage parents to read with their children for up to 5 minutes daily. We appreciate comments in the Reading Record. Please let us know when your child's book needs changing. We aim to change these weekly.

Home School Books - these books are very important communication methods between home and school as we do not see parents on a regular basis.

If you wish to contact us - 

Julie Dimech - j.dimech@stns.org.uk

Joanna Beeby - j.beeby@stns.org.uk 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

        

 

 

 

                 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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