Welcome to Little Sutton Primary School. We have 421 pupils with two classes in each year group.
We pursue the highest academic standards to ensure all our children achieve their full potential. Through our exciting and motivating curriculum, our children soon develop a love of learning and want to achieve their very best.
Homework is an important activity to support children's learning. Click here to view all the homework set throughout school and the check your own year group to see what has been suggested for you.
E-Safety Guidance for Parents
Our IT team have found many useful tools for keeping safe when online. We actively encourage all the children at Little Sutton to be “e-safe” remember the “SMART” Rules for using the internet and to take responsibility for their actions.
This section provides information regarding the areas of the curriculum your child will be studying over the next academic term. Specific topics will be listed, as will any special equipment needed for the term.
Safeguarding & Child Protection
Little Sutton is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) with responsibility for Child Protection is Mrs Davis (or, in her absence the Deputy DSLs, Mrs Arkinstall or Mrs Whittaker), We recognise that some children may be the victims of neglect, physical, sexual or emotional abuse and all staff are well placed to identify such abuse and respond quickly and effectively.
Please find below this week’s homework: Maths: Pratise maths passport and 11 times table. Reading: Complete reading comprehension and read x 3 a week and record in reading diaries. Spellings: learn words for Monday’s test.
Dear Parents/Carers, The homework for this week is as follows… ◦times tables (all and corresponding division facts) Why not try Times Tables Rock Stars? ◦Maths worksheet ◦English worksheet ◦Maths passport targets ◦Maths Whizz – user names stuck into reading diaries! ◦reading three times per week (and record in books) Why…
YR are having a super week – they have really been impressing us and a few visitors, too! In Literacy, we have continued work on our Talk for Writing story ‘The Gingerbread Man’. We have been putting ourselves in the shoes of the Gingerbread Man and writing about where we…
Welcome back! We hope you all had a lovey half term break. In Literacy, we are learning our new Talk for Writing story ‘The Gingerbread Man’. We are thinking about how the different characters in the story feel at different points in the story and writing sentences alongside scenes from…
Please click here for final reminders for the residential and click here for the kit list again if you need to do any final checks. This week, the children need to focus on completing their reading challenges and ensuring they know any words they have for Mary Poppins as next…