Well it certainly did! The year five team were so proud of the whole year group. Amazing singing, great acting, bucket loads of enthusiasm!
I still haven't slept without the songs going through my head!
End of the first half term
It has gone so quickly! Most children have taken part in cycling, the learning to ride scheme or Level 1 and 2. Opportunities will be offered again in Year 6. Well done to all. Certificates were given put last week.
A few children who passed Level 2 are going on a cycling safari this week. So remember those bikes and helmets.
It is now on to the Year 5 performance. Over half term the children will have songs and lines to practice; so no homework will be set.
Enjoy the half term
Our trip to Perlethorpe was amazing. The children have produced some incredible writing about their experiences.
Please enjoy these photographs of the classroom experience.
Year 5 had an exciting day at Perlethorpe today. The pupils looked the part in their Victorian costumes. We will add some photos soon.
But yesterday our Year 5 were the first pupils to use new climbing apparatus and trim trail. Their faces showed their immense pleasure.
Pump up your tyres, dig out your helmet and check your brakes. Cycling proficiency will be taking place in the next few months.
5HS will also be beginning ice skating on the 2nd March with 5D and 5M skating later in the summer term.
This term we are excited to be voyaging deep into our Solar system. Keep checking here for more information!
Welcome to Year 5! The children have settled in well and we are all enjoying getting to know each other. If you weren't able to make it to the Parent's Information meeting at the last Afternoon Tea, here is the letter explaining what will be happening this term.
On Monday 25th September, we are heading to Perlethorpe to learn about Victorian Education. The children will be dressing as Victorians and have the opportunity for some hands on learning. Swimming starts on Tuesday 26th September. Please let us know if you can help.
The homework will be uploaded to the website each week and homework celebration takes place each Thursday. Please support us as we build responsibility and aspiration in the children by ensuring they are able to complete their homework each week. It's wonderful to see so many children reading regularly. This is going to be an essential habit to maintain throughout the year as it will ensure the children are well placed for Year 6 next year, as well as enabling them to become fluent, independent readers. We will be teaching the children the key spelling rules so look out for spellings in the home school book and on the spelling section of this page.
If you are able to help with reading or swimming, please let us know. If you have any questions or queries you can contact us via the school number or come and talk to us as the end of the school day.
Cake and a Smile
Today the children the children made fairy cakes ready for tomorrow. You can see how ,much they enjoyed the baking. Thank you to all the parents who helped.