• British Science Week: 4 Day STEM Challnege

    Complete 4 STEM challenges before Thursday for a chance to win a micro:bit coding computer!

    It's #BritishScienceWeek!

    Welcome to the #TootHillSTEM 4 Day #STEM Challenge! One challenge per day before we're all back on Thursday.

    Challenge 1 of 4 is to follow the link below to learn about the Bloodhound SSC land speed record car and the jet engine inside! There is a powerpoint, a quiz (go full screen) and a crossword to finish.

    Complete & photograph all 4 challenges to win a BBC micro:bit mini coding computer (first 10 to email pics to rwalters@toothillschool.co.uk will get a micro:bit)

    Here's the link for Friday 5th March: https://tinyurl.com/53fk27fn #BSW21

    The other...

    Posted 05/03/2021 by Toot Hill School - Read more

  • School Re-opening

    Messages for Monday 8th March

    We are excited to be open to all children in all class from Monday 8th March!

    You can see a video of information for parents / carers at: https://youtu.be/TmhhCaa9EXVA

    Children can see a video message on their seesaw accounts.

    ο»ΏSome reminders for returning to school:

    0835 Doors for Reception Boot (Miss Musson), Reception Bell (Miss Murphy), Y3 Brunel (Miss Mullins), Y3 Stevenson (Miss White), Y5 Bowden (Mrs Grigorjevs) and Y5 Fothergill Mrs Webb).

    0845 Doors for everyone else.

    Please avoid busy times on the bus and tram if you are travelling in by public transport and en...

    Posted 05/03/2021 by Victoria Primary School - Read more

  • Stay Covid Safe in School

    Coughs close classes!

    Dear families

    Covid cases close classes for ten days by law. Nearly all of our class closures have been because parents sent their child into school when they shouldn't have done.

    To keep as many classes open as possible please:

    - Get yourself and your children tested regularly - you can do this for free, with no appointment at the Portland Centre on the Meadows or at the Clifton Community Centre. More details here: Get a COVID-19 Test - Nottingham City Council

    - Staff take covid tests twice a week. It would be very safe in school for everyone if families did the same. We'...

    Posted 05/03/2021 by Victoria Primary School - Read more

  • We're here to be educators, advocates, and role models.

    Sam Neal's insightful reflection of training to be a History teacher.

    “Teaching was never something I saw myself doing. I briefly flirted with the idea of being a teacher when I was younger, but settled on a career in the emergency services, where I have spent the last six years working in some demanding roles. Over time, I had the opportunity to take part in some training, mentoring and tutoring and slowly found that the more I did, the more I wanted to do. So, several months before the world turned upside down, I took the plunge, dusted off my history degree and become a trainee history teacher.

    I have had a pre-programmed, in-built love of history for a...

    Posted 24/02/2021 by SCITT - Read more

  • School Re-opening

    Monday 8th March

    Dear Parents/ Carers,

    Following yesterday’s government announcement, I am pleased to inform you that Victoria Primary School will be fully open to all year groups on 8th March 2021.

    Mrs Walker's Nursery Class is already fully open as expected.

    At present, we are working through guidance provided by the government to ensure that our school is as safe as possible. I will write again next week with full details about our return to school.

    In the meantime, we will continue to provide online Seesaw lessons to children who don’t have a lockdown school place.

    Thank you for doi...

    Posted 23/02/2021 by Victoria Primary School - Read more

  • Our partnership with Jyvaskyla Teacher Training School

    How we never stop learning - Shelly Geeson & Treena Philpotts share Finnish experiences

    Our partnership with Finland. How we never stop learning…

    Shelly Geeson & Treena Philpotts

    #IMPACT #INNOVATION

    ‘What you learn without joy, you forget without grief.’

    The Nottinghamshire Torch SCITT has forged a strong partnership with the Jyvaskula Teacher Training School, Finland, one which has been in place for more than a decade. The impact of this friendship is far reaching and has influenced our own practice as teachers and leaders, can be felt in our cohorts of SCITT trainees and has seen us make adjustments to our curriculum, systems and processes. These changes have tak...

    Posted 22/02/2021 by SCITT - Read more