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Milton Hall Primary School

‘Dream it, Believe it, Achieve it.’


Our aim is to make every child feel valued and happy because that is when learning is most effective.


Welcome to Pankhurst Class!

Your Teacher is Miss Jones 

We aim to learn and channel characteristics like our namesake, Emmeline Pankhurst!  We aim to be brave, smart and determined learners, so watch this space!


Ready to Learn…..Let’s Go!

With summer behind us, I hope our students are ready to learn this year.  Our topic for this half term is ‘Ancient Greeks’.  In science we’ll be learning about Electricity.  Please be prepared for some definite fun and possibly edible projects.  In addition, in literacy we’ll be reading Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief. 


Just a few reminders:


Homework is set by the subject teacher.  Students are grouped according to their learning needs.  Please ask your child for their literacy and maths teacher so you know who to communicate with should your student need any support or you have a question.  Students are expected to complete homework and turn in on time.


Reading homework will be given daily. Students are expected to write their own comments. In addition, they are expected to write the date and the pages they read.  The expectation is for students to read a minimum of 20-30 minutes daily, dependant on other homework.  If students have clubs / other activities, please ask them to communicate with the teacher BEFOREHAND if they know completing homework will be an issue.


Our PE days are Monday (outside) and Friday (inside).  Please ensure your students bring in the correct equipment so they can participate.  It is an important part of our curriculum.