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St. Bridget's Catholic Primary School

I pledge to give my best, value the whole child and remember small things matter. I pledge to always do my best to listen and support children, to enable them to learn to the best of their ability and ensure their happiness. I pledge to try to work with love and patience. I pledge to teach children to love and to love to teach with all my heart. I pledge to try to listen more than I speak. I pledge to work together to support and nurture each individual to become the best they can be. I pledge to make time in class to discuss and demonstrate the importance of school values with the children. I pledge to be a positive teacher to have a positive influence on the children in my class and my colleagues. I pledge to treat all children equally, helping them to realise their full potential with pride. I pledge to guide the children in my care towards being the best that they can be. I pledge to create an atmosphere that is filled with love, joy, laughter and happiness. A place where you can leave your troubles behind. I pledge to always try my best to be a good listener and be there for the children so they feel they can turn to me for support. I pledge to be a positive and motivating role model. I pledge to always listen. To ensure all of the children in my care feel valued and loved. I pledge to always lead by example and create an inclusive environment for all to blossom in. I pledge to create a warm, loving atmosphere with God at the centre. I pledge to ensure that every child I work with achieves their full potential in whatever they do. I pledge to be kind and patient to everyone. I pledge to be the guardian angel and to be the best I can be. I pledge to lead by applying my own set of values: love, happiness, respect and care. I pledge to be supportive and value everyone. I pledge to help the school meet its mission by enacting my role with respect, to value others and to the best of my ability. I pledge to pray for and promote the school community in all it hopes, joys and sorrows. I pledge to support the mission statement by promoting the effective and efficient use of the school’s resources in keeping with its fundamental values. I pledge to work as a team member for the good of each person within the school. I pledge to use my qualities to support pupils and staff at St.Bridget’s and to be an active governor in the school. I pledge to be a critical friend to school staff, using my skills and knowledge to ensure St.Bridget’s is a safe and happy learning environment for all pupils and staff. I pledge to lead by applying my own set of values: love, happiness, respect and care.

With Christ at the centre and children at the heart,

we learn to love and love to learn.

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At St Bridget's we are passionate about reading!

Reading for pleasure is at the heart of all our teaching of reading.

Evidence supports what we have always believed – that reading for pleasure enables children to excel in all curriculum areas.

“To learn to read is to light a fire, every syllable that is spelled out…. is a spark!”  Victor Hugo

Reading is important because it develops the mind. Teaching children to read helps them develop their language skills. Learning to read is about listening and understanding as well as working out print. Through hearing stories, children are exposed to a rich and wide vocabulary. This helps them build their own vocabulary and improve their understanding when they listen, which is vital as they start to read. Good readers produce good writers!

Studies show that reading for pleasure makes a big difference to children’s educational performance.

Evidence suggests that children who read for enjoyment every day not only perform better in reading tests than those who don’t, but also develop a broader vocabulary, increased general knowledge and a better understanding of other cultures.

In fact, reading for pleasure is more likely to determine whether a child does well at school than their social or economic background.

Please ensure you hear your child read a minimum of three times a week and sign the reading record to confirm it has been completed. Fifteen minutes a day is all we ask!

A weekly reading raffle will be held for children to win a new book and  have exclusive access to our special reading nook with hot chocolate!

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Please find above, a copy of the presentation given in the homework meetings.

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