Class News 12.5.23

We’ve enjoyed another 4 day week this week. This week we have continued our work on ‘Rights & Respect’ and looked at the inspirational Hariett Tubman. We also brought this work into our english lessons where we are planning our persuasive speeches on children’s rights. We watched speeches from Martin Luther King, Winston Churchill and Malala Yousafzai to get lots of inspration. In maths, we continued our work on measure and decimals. During our science lessons, we looked at different living things and how they could be grouped. We used venn and carroll diagrams to do this. We ended the week with RE, learning more about Sikhism and PE with Mr Bowler.

Have a lovely weekend everyone. See you on Monday.


Our POWs this week are Lilly H in 2SB for making great contributions in class and always working hard. In 2HH it is Cruz for trying hard and contributing to lessons. Well done both of you.

Super Readers

Well done for the super effort from the following children who have all read at least 3 times at home this week.

Aishah, Amr, Laila, Finnley, Zach, Ahmed, Willow, Layla, Amina, Harry, Isabelle, Ava, Cruz, Gagandeep and Orion from 2HH.

Lexie, Charlie, Zheer, Kiziah and

Super Spellers

Super work from these children who achieved 10/10 in their spellings this week. Amr, Laila, Zach, Willow, Amina, Scarlett, Ava, Isabelle, Gagandeep, Muji, Lily, Layla, Lilly, Kiziah, Ray, Zheer, Aaliyah and Charlie. Well done everyone.

Sound Check Stars

Well done to the following children who achieved 25/25 on their soundcheck this week.

Aishah, Amr, Laila, Finnley, Zach, Ahmed, Willow, Harry, Amina, Isabelle, Ava, Gagandeep, Muji, Cruz, Lily, Leon, Jacob, Layla, Kiziah, Oscar, Ray, Zheer, Oliver, Aaliyah and Charlie.


Happy birthday to Emmie and Oliver who celebrated birthdays this week. We hope you had a lovely birthday.

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