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Global Goals. 12/01/2024

Welcome back Year Five! We hope that you had a lovely break over half term! We had a lovely week and the children came back ready and eager to learn. We started our week with a local walk to look around our area for any pollution. Unfortunately, we found a lot of rubbish within our beck and on our streets and there was a clear lack of bins. This will be the focus of our writing as we will be writing a letter to the local MP to discuss the pollution around our school.

In maths, we have started our new topic which is multiplication and division. The children have been multiplying 2, 3 and 4 digit by 1 digit and we moved onto multiplying 2 digit by 2 digit today. The children would benefit from practising their times tables at home on TTRS. In PE, we have started our yoga sessions and for outdoor PE we are focusing on netball. We have also started our Takio sessions which have been incredibly fun and on a Wednesday we have started our music lessons. The children have been fully engrossed and we look forward to seeing their skills improve.

Just a few reminders:

– Homework is uploaded to our class page on a Thursday and is to be returned on a Monday.

-Our PE days this half term are Tuesday and Thursday please come to school in your PE kit, which is a plain white t-shirt, plain black Jogging bottoms and your school jumper.

Below is an overview of our exciting new topic all about the global goals!

Congratulations to Lexie Lou in 2CR for her effort towards her reading.

Congratulations to Amina in 2BV for her excellent work within her music lessons.

Congratulations to Scarlett in 2BV for helping others with difficult tasks.

Congratulations to Kiziah in 2CR for being kind and helpful to others.

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

Aishah, Finn, Zach, Belle, Gagandeep, Willow, Leon and Lexie.

Congratulations to all the children who got 12 out of 12 on their times table test this week.

Lily A, Leon, Jacob, Lexie, Emmie, Alice, Layla H, Lilly H, Kiziah, Daisy, Oscar, Pearl, Oliver, Aaliyah, Charlie, Zach, Aishah, Cruz, Belle, Fin, Khadija, Orion, Layla P, Ahmed, Amr, Ava, Heidi, Gagandeep and D’arcy,

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