Class News- 6/2/2023

This week Year 5 have been working extra hard! We have published our diary entries putting ourselves into the shoes of Howard Carter. The children have worked so hard to imagine themselves discovering the tomb of Tutankhamun! We have also been tackling fractions once again this week, changing improper fractions into mixed fractions and we have started to compare fractions using greater than, less than and equal to. Miss Howard’s group have been moving onto finding the perimeter of shapes which they are performing really well in!

Our taiko drumming skills are improving as we have now completed all lines to our performance, the children have loved the sessions and we cannot wait to continue to them after half term! We are really looking forward to our trip next week! One more week to go, let’s keep up the hard work!

Pupil of the week!

Miss Vanderson’s pupil of the week this week is John for excellent effort in group discussions and persevering with challenging tasks.

Mrs Rooney’s pupil of the week this week is Harrison for outstanding effort and attitude.

Respect award!

This weeks respect award in Miss Vanderson’s class went to Hollie for always being polite to staff and showing kindness to others!

This week respect award in Mrs Rooney’s class went to Madeline for being an excellent role model!

This week Miss Howard awarded her respect award to Zarwa for being polite and kind to others!

Super Spellers!

Congratulations to all those children who have achieved 10 out of 10 on this weeks spelling test.

Harrison, Hachem, Layla H , Archie, Shia, Inaya, Ajeet and Zak.

Times Table Super Stars!

Congratulations to all those children who scored full marks in their times tables test this week.

Alex, Eithan, Keira, Dominic, Madeline, Harrison, Lissie, Riley, Roman, Grace, Zarwa, Faheem, Layla B, Gracie, Isobelle, Ollie, Hachem, Layla H, Archie, Hollie, Joel, Shia, Inaya, John, Ajeet, Zach, Jacob and Zak.

Happy Birthday!!

Happy birthday to Faheem who will be celebrating his birthday on Saturday! We hope you have an amazing day!

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