Mrs B Powdrill
Mrs S Haslam
Miss K Gledhill
Class 5 - Spring Update
Class 5 have returned to school bright-eyed, bushy-tailed and ready to learn. They have had a fantastic first week, with respect being at an all-time high, thanks to the school's initiative of Respect Week. The children have responded really well to this and whilst respect has always been a key focus in class 5, the added impetus has really seen children think about how they are interacting with others, as well as with adults around school.
This is a term in which the children will be busy preparing for SATs, but there are also plenty of other exciting things to look forward to too. In support of their topic 'Rule Britannia', the children will be visiting Danelaw Living History Centre in York to find out more about the Anglo-Saxon way of life. They will also have the opportunity to write and prepare their own songs for the Easter performance, which will be debuted at the beginning of April.
In addition to this, the children will have the opportunity to work closely with Twiggs the Gardeners again, working on projects which benefit the community. This ties in with our Respect theme as it's enabling the children to take pride in where they live and learn and consider the needs of others.
Cleaning up the war memorial with Twiggs
Our visit to Danelaw Living History Centre
We had a blast living the lives of Anglo-Saxons for the day and learned so much from our experience! We can't wait to complete the rest of our Saxon topic now!
Important Letters and Information
Important Information for the Spring Term 2019
Easter Service Words
KS2 SATs Information for Parents