Class News 18th November 2022

We have had a very busy week in Year 5 this week! We started our week by going on a local walk to look at the pollution in our area and how we can reduce it. This has brought may issues to the children’s attention and they will be writing a letter to Andy Preston to inform him about what needs to be done! They have completed plenty of research looking into pollution all around the world and the impact it has on our planet.

Plenty of the children have been out swimming with Mrs Rooney and Miss Howard. They have been trying their best to get their 25 meters. We are beyond proud of how hard they have been working and how brave they have been! Those children who have been staying at school with Miss Vanderson, have been working incredibly hard on their guided reading, Duolingo and geography! We created posters to promote saving energy and ways that we can reduce pollution.

We all completed our end of block assessment in maths and the children did fantastic! Next week is assessment week for year 5, we have no doubt they will be amazing!

Keep up the amazing work Year 5!

Pupil of the week

Congratulations to Inaya in Miss Vanderson’s class for being incredibly brave and giving 100% in swimming!

Congratulations to Bethany in Mrs Rooney’s class for super swimming and putting 100% effort in!

Spelling Superstars!

Congratulations to our super spellers this week achieving 10 out of 10 on their spelling test.

Layla B Isobelle Shia-Star Inaya John Kiera Lissie

Times Table Superstars!

Congratulations to our amazing children that have achieved 10/10 on their
times tables test this week.

Faheem Layla B Gracie Isobelle Kenyon Ollie Hachem Layla H Archie Hollie Shia-Star Inaya John Ajeet Jacob Zak Alex Jay Eithan Keira Sienna Lissie Riley Bethany Simar Grace Zarwa

Happy Birthday!

Congratulations to Zak, Zarwa and Mollie who celebrated their birthdays this week!! We hope you all had a super day!

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