Eagles 2023 - 2024

Miss Holdsworth

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Hello everybody! I am Miss Holdsworth and I am so excited to be joining the Utkinton family in September, where I will be the Eagles class teacher.

My journey into teaching started in 2015 when I joined a small rural church school as an apprentice teaching assistant. During this time, I was lucky enough to work with all year groups. Seven years later, I decided to take the plunge and train to be a teacher with the Chester Diocesan Academies Trust. I love teaching all subjects, but my favourites are Maths and Science! In my spare time, I love spending time with friends, family and my dog, Dougie! I enjoy going on walks and exploring new places in the Peak District.

After visiting Utkinton, I instantly fell in love with the beautiful surroundings, as well as the school’s caring ethos. I am so excited to spend my first year as a qualified teacher at this wonderful school.

In addition to the above, we will also have Mr. Aspinall for PE on a Thursday, Mrs. Chaloner for Forest School on a Wednesday, and Mrs McKay for MFL (Modern Foreign Languages) on a Friday afternoon.

As well as the usual English and maths lessons, over the course of this year we have many exciting topics to learn about. These will include: 

  • The Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages. 
  • Ancient Civilisations. 
  • Romans.
  • Earthquakes.

These topics will be linked to subjects from the National Curriculum such as: Science, Geography, History, Art and D&T. 

I look forward to seeing you all in September!

General Class Information 

  • P.E: Please make sure you come to school in your P.E kit on Wednesday for our lessons with Mr. Aspinall. Please ensure all kit is named and follows school policy.
  • Drinks: Please make sure you child has a water bottle for drinking during the day. Water bottles must only contain water - no juice or fizzy drinks are permitted.
  • Coats: Please ensure your child brings a coat into school (labelled),
  • Homework: Children will be expected to complete two pages of the Maths or English that is taken home on a Friday, to be brought back into school by the following Wednesday.
  • Reading: Year 5/6 children will also be explected to read at home each day, either to an adult, older sibling or independenly. After your child has read to you, please could I ask that you write the short date, the number of the pages read from and to and a short comment in their Reading Record.
  • Times Table Rockstars: Children are also given log ins for Times Table Rockstars at the start of the year. If possible, please ensure your children is given regular opportunities to access this each week. 
  • Spellings: Each week, the children in Year 5 and 6 will be accessing Read, Write, Inc. spelling sessions. Children should practise their Speed Spell and Jumping Orange Words each week, ready for their spelling test on a Friday. 
  • Forest School Activities: On Forest School days, please make sure you are dressed appropriately – arms and legs covered.

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St Paul's CE Primary School
Utkinton and Cotebrook
Quarry Bank, Utkinton, Tarporley,
Cheshire, CW6 0LA

We are very proud to be a part of Chester Diocesan Academies Trust (CDAT). We work closely with the trust to promote the best outcomes for our pupils, whilst still working with other schools in the local area.