My Activity Passport
What is the passport for?
At Forefield Community Infant and Nursery School we have developed a passport for life. This is a portrait of how we want every child to achieve in terms of academic, spiritual, moral, social and emotional development and supports children’s mental health and wellbeing.
We aim for every child to leave our school with appropriate skills having participated in a range of activities and experiences, with achievements in a variety of areas and having acquired important knowledge and understanding. We also believe that these activities and experiences help children to access the curriculum within each year group and prepare them for the next stage of their learning journey as well as supporting their acquisition of vocabulary.
When a child completes this passport they will be excellent citizens who are ready for the next stage of their education at Forefield Junior School, further education and ready for modern Britain.
Where do I get a passport?
All children were issued with a passport at the start of the academic year. This passport can be used all the way through to Year 2.
If your child has misplaced/ lost their passport you can purchase a new passport at the school office at a cost of £3.50.
How to use this passport
All the information can be found within the passport below. Throughout the Passport there are web links so that children and parents can find out more information about activities, places etc.
Please look inside the passport for the different year group activities. Once a child has completed an activity please tick it off and stick any evidence on the scrap book page e.g. ticket stub, small photo etc. There does not have have to be a piece of evidence for every activity.
At the end of each year group if 100% of the activities have been completed then children will receive a gold medal. If up to 50% has been completed they will receive a silver medal. If up to 25% has been completed they will receive a bronze medal.
We look forward to sharing all the fantastic achievements and experiences that your child is going to complete.