Class News 28.4.23

This week we have had a very busy week! We have been discussing Henry VIII and deciding whether he was a revolutionary ruler or a ruthless king, this will be leading into a balanced argument that we are looking forward to reading! We have been continuing with decimals in math and we will be moving onto our next topic shortly!

We have had great fun in PE this week working on our passing in tag rugby and our batting in cricket. The children have been amazing this week and we are impressed on how much their skills have improved. Thank you to everyone who brought in the bottles for us to use, the children had great fun with the experiment and we are hoping to see some seeds beginning to sprout soon!

Just a reminder- please can all children return both letters for our trip in May as soon as possible, we are really looking forward to it 🙂

Respect award

Well done to Joel this week in Miss Vanderson’s class who received the award for giving other pupils helpful and useful feedback.

Well done to Elliot in Miss Vanderson’s class who received the award for having good manners and being helpful at all times.

Pupil of the week!

Congratulations to Alfie in Miss Vanderson’s class for an outstanding contributions to class discussions! Well done!

Congratulations to Riley in Mrs Rooney’s class for working hard and trying their best all week! Well done!

Super Spellers!

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

Simar Layla H Archie Joel Shia Inaya Madeline Raheem Grace Riley Roman Zak

Times Table Super Stars!

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

Alex Eithan Keira Dominic Madeline Harrison Leah Lissie Elliott Simar Bethany Grace Kenyon Ajeet Shia Hollie Gracie Faheem Jacob Zach Archie Layla B Zak

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