Class News 12/5/23

This week the children have worked exceptionally hard with their balanced argument in English to discuss whether Henry VIII was a ruthless ruler or a revolutionary king! They have been absolutely brilliant in giving both sides to the argument and we cannot wait to read their published piece!

This week in PE we have been continuing with cricket, the children’s throwing, catching, batting and bowling skills have improved. Mrs Short is extremely pleased with their enthusiasm and hard work, keep it up year 5! In science this week, we have been exploring what is the best material for a coffee mug for a teacher (metal was the best!). We discussed thermal insulators and conductors so we could make the correct decision. In Art this week, the children have been working so hard with Miss Howley, producing beautiful and colourful pictures!

Please remember next Wednesday, 17th May, is the school trip. The children must be at school by 8:30am as we need to leave at 8:45am. The children will be due to return at 3:00pm, please collect at normal school hours. They will need a pack lunch, please no glass bottles or fizzy drinks! We are looking forward to it! 🙂

Pupil of the week!

Congratulations to Simar in 2CR this week for an excellent balanced argument in English.

Congratulations to Inaya in 2BV this week for always helping others including both staff and pupils.

Super Spellers!

Congratulations to all the children who got 10 out of 10 on their spellings this week!

Faheem Hachem Layla H Archie Inaya Kitty Zak Madeline Riley Keira Raheem Zarwa and Dominic

Times Table Super Stars!

Congratulations to all those children receiving full marks on their times tables test today!

Alexander Jay Eithan Keira Dominic Madeline Bethany Simar Zarwa Isobelle Gracie Layla B Faheem Jacob Zach Ajeet John Inaya Shia Joel Zak Archie Layla H Hachem and Ollie.

Happy Birthday!

Happy birthday to Elliott who celebrated his birthday this week! We hope you had a lovely day!

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