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Class News 31.3.2023

This week has been a very busy week for Year 5! We have had our final lesson of Taiko! The children performed amazingly and tried their absolute best! We also had many children participating in a netball festival at Acklam Grange, all the children represented the school beautifully, we also had Layla B and Hachem that impressed us with their medals that they returned with!

In English, we have all completed our amazing non-chronological reports about the Bedouins and we also started writing our poem. The poem is a traditional Japanese poem called a Haiku and they are absolutely beautiful! We have started our new subject in maths which is decimals after great scores in their fraction tests.

We hope you have a lovely Easter break and we cannot wait to see you all when you come back! 🙂

Pupil of the week!

Congratulations to Layla B in Miss Vanderson’s class and Lissie in Mrs Rooney’s class for their outstanding efforts and representing our school beautifully whilst at a netball festival.

Super Spellers!

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

Faheem, Isobelle, Hachem, Layla H, Archie, Shia, Inaya, Ajeet, Madeline, Raheem, Leah and Zarwa.

Inspire, Enjoy and Achieve Awards.

Congratulations to Keira who has been awarded the inspire award for her enthusiasm and outstanding effort in all learning.

Congratulations to Simar who has been awarded the enjoy award for his great enthusiasm and hard-work in all lessons.

Congratulations to Faheem who has been rewarded the achieve award for his huge improvement and progress in maths.

Reading Star!

Congratulations to Inaya who is our reading star this week for her dedication to reading long texts and quizzing! Well done Inaya!

Times Table Super Stars!

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

Faheem, Gracie, Isobelle, Kenyon, Hachem, Layla H, Archie, Hollie, Joel, John, Ajeet, Jacob, Madeline, Keira, Zarwa, Harrison, Dominic, Jay, Elliot, Simar, Alexander, Eithan, Bethany and Layla B.

Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday to Shia who celebrated her birthday on Tuesday! We hope you had a lovely day! 🙂

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