Showing posts from December, 2017

19/12/2017- Santa Fun run and Strictly X Factor!

Dear Parents,

Here are some photographs from the Santa Fun Run and Strictly X Factor. Have a wonderful Christmas and a relaxing break.
Mrs Sandhu and Mrs Debenham.

Final two weeks of Autumn Term

Dear Parents,
Wow, what a couple of weeks it has been. I’m not sure I can even remember what happened last week, this week has been so full of excitement and activity! What with snow days, services, spelling bees, nativities, Christmas lunches, etc, etc!
In Maths the children have been carrying on their work with division and fractions and marrying the two by turning division remainders in to fractions and decimals. We know the children have found this challenging but we will be re-visiting it in the coming terms.
In English the children performed some unique, well-written and entertaining raps to finish off their unit. They did exceptionally well performing them to the class. We were really impressed with their commitment and enthusiasm. This week they have written detailed, persuasive letters to Santa. If you would like a sneak peak at what they have asked for, please pop in and ask for a copy!
In RE we have been looking at the season of Advent. The children wrote some detailed and…

Week commencing 27th November 2017

Dear Parents,

It’s been another busy couple of weeks in 5S, the children all did amazingly well during their cycling training. Well done to all the children who took part and gained their certificate in cycling proficiency.
The children enjoyed doing a special Art activity to put on display in the top corridor and in the classroom with a focus on ‘Winter’. They produced some beautiful paintwork by graduating from white to blue, giving the effect of a bright moon in a night sky then adding some silhouettes using black card.
On Wednesday the children took part in a special French spelling bee. We held an audition bee in class to select our strongest pupils to represent 5S. All children worked hard on practising the spellings, with Noa and Tom being the last ones in, showing exceptional skill. They practised for the real thing with the help of other pupils in the class, so when they won and brought the trophy back to class we could confidently say it was a team effort. Well done guys y…