Class News 8.3.24

We have had an amazing book week! The children all looked great in the magical outfits and we have enjoyed all the varied activities this week to celebrate. Congratulations to D’Arcy and Daisy who won the potato character contest. This week we have taken part in Harry Potter maths, written magical haikus, created our own book covers, learnt the Mc Grammar World Book Day song and many other activities.

Please take a look at the World Book Day 2024 page to see our photographs and family quiz winner. Below are some Year 5 reading week photos. Please remember to return any Bikeability letters by the 15th March if you wish your child to participate. Please can any outstanding Peat Rigg letters be returned as soon as possible.

Congratulations to Kiziah for her enthusiastic, energetic participation in all things Book Week!

Congratulations to Laila for her enthusiastic, engagement in all things Book Week!

Congratulations to Olivia for super manners!

Congratulations to Heidi for always being kind to others!

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