Class news 26.5.23

What a super half term we have had! This half term we learnt more about rights, womens rights, children’s rights and people who fought for them over time. We planned, drafted and published our own speeches fighting for children’s rights, you can see some of them below. In maths, we spent our first week learning more about money. In P4C we looked at how people work in illegal mines across the world and our thoughts on that. During PE, we enjoyed our last dance lesson and cricket lesson with Mr Bowler. We ended the week learning more about Sikhism with the help of two of Y5 children, Ajeet & Simar. Thank you boys. We also enjoyed a golf lesson with two coaches. You might be able to work on your swing over half term.

Have a lovely half term break everyone. We’ll see you back in school on Monday 5th June.

Inspire, Enjoy, Achieve Winners

A huge well done to our 3 winners who have displayed our NB values this half term.

Inspire – Amina for being an excellent role model in class and always supporting her classmates. Super work Amina.

Enjoy – Layla for her positive attitude to school. She comes in each day with a smile and enjoys everything she does.

Achieve – Daisy for her fantastic attitude to learning which has led to her making great progress in Maths. Well done Daisy.

Wear your stars with pride each day on your uniform!

Reading Star Winner

A huge well done to Isabelle who is our reading star this half term. Isabelle has an excellent attitude and commitment to reading both in school and at home. Well done Isabelle. We hope you enjoy your certificate and new book.


Our final POWs of this half term was a tricky decision.

From 2SB, Zheer is our POW this week. He has produced some fantastic work during our topic and always encourages and supports his classmates.

In 2HH, Zach is POW. Zach always makes valuable contribiutions and tries his best each day. Super work Zach.

Sound check Stars

A huge well done to the following children who scored 25/25 on their sound check this week. Don’t forget to continue to log onto TTRS during the holidays ready for your MTC in June.

Aishah, Amr, Laila, Finnley, Ahmed, Willow, Harry, Amina, Gagandeep, Heidi, Muji, Cruz, Lily, Jacob, Lexie, Lilly, Kiziah, Oscar, Ray, Pearl, Oliver, Aaliyah and Charlie.

Spelling Superstars

Well done to the following children who acheived 10/10 on their spellings this week.

Aishah, Amr, Laila, Khadija, Zach, Willow, Harry, Amina, Isabelle, Ava, Gagandeep, Heidi, Muji, Cruz, Orion, Lily, Leon, Jacob, Emmie, Alice, Kiziah, Daisy, Oscar, Ray, Zheer, Aaliyah and Charlie.


Happy birthday to Clayton who celebrated his birthday on Thursday. Happy birthday to Lilly, Daisy, Khadija and Scarlett who celebrate their birthdays in the holidays. We hope you all have a fantastic day.

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