Your Learning

We are always working hard to help you develop your learning in school. It would be very helpful if you could tell us about the kind of activities which you have most enjoyed over the last year.

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It would also be helpful if you could tell us about the kind of activities you would like to do in lessons this year. You might like to ask your parents for their ideas too!

20 Responses to Learners to Senior Leaders 2013-2014

  1. Aribah Ayaz says:

    Hi everyone at Copthorne, it’s me Aribah
    just want to say good luck to this years Yr6 for their SATs i know how hard it is but trust me secondary school is way worse. I am now in year 8 and i have to prepare for my GCSEs next year.
    Bye and good luck

  2. Farah Malik says:

    Hi everybody, dont worry, you will do great in SATS

  3. Aribah Ayaz says:

    Hi guys!
    I don’t know if you remember me but I can’t forget you Copthorne!
    I am going on holiday and I don’t know if I will ever get to visit but I will try my best. I have settled in well at Feversham but still miss Copthorne.
    love you lots,
    Aribah Ayaz

  4. Aribah Ayaz says:

    Hi every one at Copthorne, it’s me – Aribah. I miss you all so much but I am enjoying secondary school at Feversham College. I have now completed a whole term and made loads of friends but I will never forget my time at Copthorne.
    wish you all the best, Aribah.

  5. ARIBAH AYAZ says:

    Hi everyone it’s nice to hear from you, I have started secondary school and completed a whole term, I miss you all lots hope to see you soon!!!
    Aribah Ayaz

    • Mrs Shepherd says:

      Hi Aribah,
      It’s lovely to hear from you. I am so pleased that you are enjoying secondary school. We all miss you here but we see you every day on our ‘Copthorne Welcome’ film which is lovely. Take care and we look forward to seeing you in person very soon.
      Mrs Shepherd

  6. A Daud1 says:

    Dear Mrs Shepherd, I wish I get realy good results in my exams. I am worried.

    • Mrs Shepherd says:

      Hello Aisha,

      Please don’t worry. I know you have worked really hard this year and, because of that, you will get some good results. The best thing you can do to help yourself is to stay calm and know that you have done your very best.
      We all believe in you, Aisha.

  7. A Daud1 says:

    Dear Mrs Shepherd, you are so kind and lovely and I would love to do a sleepover in school and have a holiday on Friday. Can we please have some food and can people sell them? Bye Aisha Daud, Year 4.You’re really kind – I love Mrs Shepherd .

  8. A Daud1 says:

    Dear Mrs Shepherd, you are so kind and generous. I wish we could have ice pops in the summer and I would love it if the ice pops could be 30p. Also, please can you change the scool meals to include things like – on a Thursday – having cheese burger. Maybe we can have juice on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday please. Also, I would like to have Copthorne’s Got Talent earlier. Have a good day, by Aisha. 9 years old from Year 4. Thank you for reading my letter -you’re the best teacher in the world.

  9. A Iqbal says:

    Mrs Shepherd, can you please reassure me about SATS because my nerves might get the best of me.

    • Mrs Shepherd says:

      Please do not worry. We beleve in you and know that, as long as you follow the advice your teachers have given you you will do brilliantly. Make sure that you hve a good night’s sleep tonight and I’ll see you at Braekfast Club in the morning.

  10. I Khan2 says:

    Aww. Thank you Mrs Shepherd – I won’t stress as much now because I know the teachers are behind me every step of the way!

  11. I Khan2 says:

    Imra says:
    I just want to say a massive thank you to all the teachers who have helped me to prepare for my SATS, I will do my best to make you proud!

  12. A Iqbal says:

    At the end of our lessons we could show everyone our work. We should be able to have enough time at the end of the lesson.

    • Mrs Shepherd says:

      That’s a great idea. In the lessons I’ve observed there is usually lots of opportunity to share the work you have done and to say what you think is good about it as well as what needs to be improved.

  13. Admin says:

    Farah Malik says:
    February 10, 2014 at 8:53 pm
    To be honest, I love the fact that the Year 6 teachers, Miss Bray and Miss Nelson, try to make the lessons extra fun.
    And referring back to what Aribah said, sometimes we might pretend to be the teacher, but I would say that, in English, we do more activities which may include Hotseating. I think it is very good and helps me to develop my answering and understanding of questions more. For example, when we were doing news reports about the fake burglary, at the end of the lesson one person pretended to be a victim whilst the rest of the class asked questions. This activity (I think!), was very useful in helping us to achieve the next part of our target. The teacher also explained how open questions are mostly used when wanting loads of detail.

  14. Admin says:

    1. Aribah Ayaz says:
    February 2, 2014 at 8:50 pm
    At the end of a lesson, to show the teacher what we have learnt, we pretend to be the teacher!

    • Admin says:

      Mrs Shepherd says:
      February 10, 2014 at 7:33 pm
      Sounds great, Aribah! Please can you give visitors to our blog a bit more information of what this involves and how it allows you to show your learning?

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