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Day Four…

The morning of day four seemed a little quieter than normal (the exhilarating yet exhausting activities seem to finally be taking its toll!) but we were soon in full swing, and even before splitting into groups we started off with an exciting game of old skool hoops! We split...
Posted On 15 Sep 2016
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Next Week…

English Next week in English we will be starting to look at stories from other cultures. Maths In maths next week we will look at a range of written subtraction methods. Other notes Spellings will start again next week. Please bring your Reading Records into school next week. We...
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Ice Creams 

Freezy Fridays are back throughout September and we have a great selection of ice creams on offer. The stall will be in the amphitheatre (or outside of Class 3 if wet).  Hope to see you there.  The PTA
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PE

We had our first PE lesson today where we put on our PE kits! Everyone joined in really well and had lots of fun playing the games. We are very proud of everyone for trying something new.
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Repeating Patterns

This week in maths we are learning about repeating patterns, we used the chain links to create    the repeating patterns with two colours. Everyone had a really good try at connecting the tricky chains.   
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PTA Books

We were very lucky today in Class 1 as we all received a special gift from the PTA. We were very excited to see our surprise and all said a big thank you for the new books. Miss Sawyer read us the story ‘Tiddler’ and we all listened brilliantly.
Posted On 15 Sep 2016
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Next Week…

English Next week in English we will be starting to look at stories from other cultures. Maths In maths next week we will look at a range of written subtraction methods. Other notes Spellings will start again next week. Please bring your Reading Records into school next week. We...
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Homework…

Remember that we’d really like it if you could customise and decorate your new homework books to reflect your personality or interests. Perhaps you could decorate your book with pictures of your favourite hobbies? Maybe you could cover your book with pictures of famous explorers...
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Digit Delights…

On Thursday morning, the Year 5’s used their number skills to generate a range of four digit numbers . They then subtraced these numbers together to try to get as close to the target total of 1000 as possible.   
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Homework Project

Remember that your first homework project is to customise and decorate your new homework books to reflect your personality or interests. You could decorate your book with pictures of your favourite hobbies and interests or maybe you could cover your book with work by your...
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 English Next week in English we will complete our stories about saving the world. Spellings Spellings will start next week. You will be given spelling homework on Monday which we will explain to you then. We will start by looking at the suffixes such as...
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Homework

Remember that we’d really like it if you could customise and decorate your new homework books to reflect your personality or interests.  Perhaps you could decorate your book with pictures of your favourite hobbies?  Maybe you could cover your book with pictures of famous...
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Our latest art project

We’ve started work on a new art project with Miss Slater this week.  We’ve been finding out about the work of Dale Chihuly (a glass blower) and have been decorating filter paper with felt tips.  The filters will later be sprayed with starch to create...
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Spectacular Sentences!

Linked to our work on ‘The Firework Maker’s Daughter’, we have been experimenting with a range of different sentence structures and language features this week.  We’ve been trying to include drop in clauses, alliteration, personification, similes and lots...
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If the World were a Village

We have been completing some maths work linked to our ‘Save the Planet’ topic this week and have been thinking about what the world would be like if only 100 people lived there.  What languages would be spoken amongst those 100 people? Which countries and continents...
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