5 Top Tips to Encourage Boys

5 Top Tips to Encourage Boys Try these top tips from Gary Wilson, expert on raising boys’ achievement, to encourage independence in general and reading in particular – and loving both! Praise Boys need lots of praise. Often they see themselves as getting attention for all the wrong reasons. So, give your son lots of approval for all the right reasons! A good rule
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Official DCSF Report

See our official Department of Education Performance Table results for 2010. Link to official DCSF Report

Byerley Park Primary School Support Children in Need 2011

Children In Need

Pupils at Byerley Park Primary School dressed up in their best spots in order to help Children In Need last Friday! Activities were planned for pupils based around famous Pudsey Bear and 3 pupils really went the extra mile by baking 240 cakes and decorating them in the shape of Pudsey. Pictured with a sample of their cakes are Kira, Leah and Jennifer Banks.
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Ofsted Report

Byerley Park Primary School received a visit from Ofsted on 29th November 2016.During the Inspection a number of extremely positive outcomes were shared. Quotes from the report state: You can read the full Ofsted report here.

School Fayre – Saturday 2 July

The Friends of Byerley Park School – School Fayre. It was Saturday 2nd July and the weather could not have been more perfect for the school summer fayre. As can be seen from the photograph below the event was extremely well supported by pupils, parents, grandparents, and friends who were able to enjoy themselves on a number of activities that were surrounding the field.
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School Rules Updated

The School Council revised the school rules last year. These are a code for us all to follow in order to make our school a happy and successful place to be. 5 ways to make a happy school  

Micro Organisms Presentation – 6 April 2011

Report to the Governors by Peter Heaton  on the Micro Organisms Presentation – Wednesday 6th Apr 2011 – 9.30am to 11:30am Read the full report  

School Uniform

All pupils wear school uniform. The school uniform, introduced when the school first opened, has been a great success and has been adapted recently to cater for pupils and parents’ wishes. The main purpose of adhering to a uniform code is to encourage pupils to identify with the school, both in and out of school time. It also eases the pressure that children can
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School Times

The School Day Infants: Morning session: 9.00am – 12noon Afternoon session: 1.15pm – 3.15pm Juniors: Morning session: 9.00am – 12noon Afternoon Session: 1.00pm – 3.30pm There is a morning break of 10 minutes (10.30am – 10.40am) and also an afternoon break of 10 minutes (2.20pm – 2.30pm) for all children. Parents are advised that children should not arrive in the playground before 8.50am without
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