On Thursday 27th March, Year Five experienced a fantastic afternoon taking part in many activities. This included, pencil sketching, painting, Guess What is in the Box and Rowing Machine Race. Of course the rowing machines were enjoyed by all. Thank you John Flamsteed.
Study guides are now available for £2.50 per booklet. Maths and English booklets are on sale from today, at the office. Sats tests will begin the week beginning 12th May 2014. All of our Y6 pupils are working very hard and we are very proud of them.
A letter regarding the spelling and grammar test was sent home recently via all Y6 pupils. Please contact us, if you have not received your information for any reason.
The week before half term, I showed a trailer for the Olympics from a website called Literacy Shed. It was powerful and the children enjoyed watching this very short film lasting only a couple of minutes. It personified the mountains in Sochi, Russia. From that image and discussion, Year Six pupil Maggie, wrote the most amazing poem I have read by a pupil. It was stunning. Please find the time to read her fantastic work. I am sure you will agree, it was written with immense feeling and personified the mountains so well. Thank you Maggie, for making it so worthwhile.
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