Year 5 News

From Plot to Pot (part 2)

After all that hard work harvesting earlier in the week, we cleaned and prepared our vegetables and added them to some soup (after having a little taste of course!)  We tried it both smooth and blended – well done to everyone who had a try. Some of us even surprised ourselves and loved it! Article 29: We have the right …

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From plot to pot

From Plot to Pot Year 5 loved getting into the allotment today. We cleared some weeds and had a tidy but more impressively, we have harvested leeks, potatoes, chives, blackberries, beans and lavender. A big thank you to Kath for coming to help us! We’re going to dry the lavender ready for some Christmas crafts and we’re really looking forward …

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Football Fixtures

Please see the football fixtures for the A and B team for this half of the season.  After the October half term, matches are not played as it is too dark after school. The second half of the season begins after February half term. These fixtures will be made at a later date.

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Year 5 Poetry

In our first English work this term, we have been thinking about poetry. We have enjoyed reading The Lost Words and have learned about metaphors and similes.  To help us prepare for a piece of poetry writing, we have been exploring our school grounds and looking for autumnal colours.  It’s been lovely to make the most of the warm weather, …

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Year 5 – This is Me!

We are thinking this half term about the things that make us unique – our talents and qualities. We’re thankful that God made us and loves us just exactly the way we are. We drew some zentangles then cut them up to make some unique pieces of art that shout out about the things that make us US!

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Whole School Assembly

How lovely to be all back together this week for whole school assemblies!

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September 2021 Newsletter

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PE Days Autumn 2021

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Return To School Information September 2021

Return To School Information September 2021 When we return to school in September, many of the COVID restrictions we have been working under since March 2020 will be removed, however schools still need to bear in mind that local are restrictions may be put in place. The policies below have been updated in light of these changes and include daily …

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Y5/6 Sports Day

After the serious athletics activities, we enjoyed some old school races. Watch our video here  

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The Masked Reader

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Important Information – Returning to School

Please read all documents below:   Newsletter – March 2021 Parents Letter from County Risk Assessment for Parents Holidays 2021-2022 Behaviour Addendum

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Mrs Parlett & Mr Graham’s Family Quiz

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Internet Safety Day Resources

DigiDucks Famous Friend – EYFS Story Chicken Clickin – KS1 Story Oscars Adventure – KS2 Story Mr Graham’s E-Safety Quiz Gaming – Staying Safe Online lesson Rights Respecting Assembly

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Reading Plus Update Y5

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Information for families who are remote learning

Please follow the link to a video which explains how our remote learning for Y1-Y6 pupils is organised and has some visuals that will help explain how and why we do things as well as how you can access and share your child’s work. EYFS parents have received separate information about tapestry for our Reception Class pupils. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qJWBL-zMfnDoz7p9qphY4fdpgv0lS0uC/view?usp=sharing You can …

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A Boy Called Christmas – final part

Hi Y5, Here are the last couple of chapters of A Boy Called Christmas. Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and I hope that Father Christmas (or Nicholas as he used to be called) comes visiting tonight.  I am very sure he will – I’ve made sure to tell him what a fantastic bunch you all are! Love Mrs …

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Y5 – A Boy Called Christmas

Hi Y5, Here are the next couple of chapters of A Boy Called Christmas. Maybe you could send me a message on Google Classroom to let me know if you’ve managed to watch it as I’m not very good at posting things without Mr Graham’s help! I still have one chapter to record which I will try to post tomorrow. …

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A Special Christmas Liturgy

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A Guide to Social Media Apps and Age Ratings

Social Media is one of the most popular aspects of the internet, and with the amount of apps available for download increasing constantly, keeping young people safe online has never been more important. But what exactly do we need to know about the age restrictions and safety on these apps in terms of internet safety? We answer some of your …

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