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Sporting Achievements

Sporting Achievements

Well done to Riley and Connor who took part in an England Table Tennis National competition.

Both boys played incredibly well and gained some really valuable experience playing at such a competitive level.

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Sports Days 2017

Sports Days 2017

 

This week we have held our ‘weather’ adapted’ sports days for Y3/4 and for Y5/6.

Great fun has been had by all children – each and everyone working hard to win points for their team.

The hot, hot weather didn’t stop everyone from taking part and support from families was incredible, as always.

Well done to everyone.

The winner will be announced on Friday in assembly.

 

A big shout out goes to two of our Y4 children who baked cookies to raise money for Barnados.  Well done girls – very proud of you both.

Another big shout out goes to one of our Y5 girls who provided a range of raffle prizes to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society.  Very proud of you too. 

 

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Week beginning 19-6-17

PLEASE DON’T FORGET SPORTS DAY FOR Y3 AND Y4 IS ON MONDAY AND FOR Y5 AND Y6 ON WEDNESDAY COMMENCING AT 1:30PM

Year 3

Next week Y3 children will be exploring Villains from history. We will be thinking about what makes a villain and which characteristics a person has to make them a villain. In writing lessons we will gather vocabulary and exciting phrases used to describe villains before creating our own descriptions.
In SPAG we will continue to explore inverted commas.

In maths lessons we are exploring measure which builds on our previous learning. We will be learning how to convert between different units of measure so we can use measuring equipment effectively. Also, we will be exploring how different things are measured in different ways.

We will celebrate our sports days next week so don’t forget your t-shirts with your house colours! Also, you will need a hat and some sun cream if the sun comes out.

Remember to keep learning those table facts.

Year 4

This week year 4 will be starting their topic of statistics in mathematics and be looking at the difference between discrete and continuous data and how they can be represented in graphs and charts. in science they will be studying how sound travels, how we can measure volume and how it changes over distance.

Macbeth rehearsals continue with Pete from Open Minds Theatre Company running through our acts for the final time before the performance on Wednesday 28th June.

It is the Y3/4 Sports day on Monday so please try and bring a T-shirt with the colour of your house team. 4O are swimming as usual on Thursday.

Year 5

In our maths lessons, we will be moving on to time; converting between different measures of time such as day, months and years.

Following a very successful visit to Tropical World in Leeds, we will now begin our topic exploring minibeasts and their habitats.  Initially, we will concentrate on classifying animals and creating our beasts in our art and design lessons.

Please ensure spellings and times tables are practised ready for our weekly tests and regular reading is recorded in your child’s reading diary.
As always, please ensure PE kits are in school on a Monday ready for the week ahead.

Year 6

Next week we will be:
Continuing with rehearsals for our spectacular end of year production -if you haven’t yet returned your slips for tickets, then please do. We will be participating in a whole school sponsored walk and it will also be our year 5/6 sports day. To end the week with a bang, we will be sharing our performance with the rest of the school.

Don’t forget:
-Tickets for our end of year performance are now on sale for the following dates: Wednesday 28th June at 1:30 and Friday 30th June 10:30.
-The year six’s last day with us will be Friday 30th June.

We would like to share the following with our families and friends:
-Thank you again for your continued support.

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Y5 visit to Tropical World

Y5 visit to Tropical World

This week our Y5 children visited Tropical World as part of their new project – Beast Creator.

They learned lots about different animals and plants as well as about how environments differ across the world.

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Week beginning 12-6-17

Year 3

Next week Y3 will be starting our new topic of Heroes and Villains. We will be planning and creating character descriptions based on Cruella De Vil. This will involve us exploring a range of texts and videos to gather information about the character. We will be learning descriptive writing techniques. In SPaG we will be extending our learning on Speech marks into our writing. 

In numeracy we will be exploring measure by thinking about different units for different things. We will explore measuring equipment  and work out how to use it to measure a range of things. Remember to learn those times tables. 

In creative lessons we are adding the finishing touches to our Picture This display by expressing our learning in different mediums. 

Thank you to those children who have created master pieces for their homework. 

Year 4

This week Year 4 will be focusing on co-ordinates and constructing polygons from co-ordinate points. Our Macbeth performance is on June 28th so we are stepping up rehearsals both with Pete from OMTC and in class. It will be a very exciting opportunity for the children to perform in a super theatrical environment.

Our topic being ‘Playlist’ means we will be studying the science of sound and how we can get low and high notes from different instruments.

PE is on Monday but there will be no swimming this week for 4O as we have INSET days on Thursday and Friday.

Year 5

In our maths lessons, we will be further developing our understanding of learning to convert metric and imperial measures, including distance, time, volume and mass.

We are really looking forward to our visits to the Topical World in Leeds, which will lead us into our new topic Beast Quest! 

We are on INSET days on Thursday and Friday, so please take this time to enjoy an extended weekend.

Please ensure spellings and times tables are practised ready for our weekly tests and regular reading is recorded in your child’s reading diary.

As always, please ensure PE kits are in school on a Monday ready for the week ahead.

Year 6

Next week we will be:
Continuing with rehearsals for the end of year performance; introducing props and costumes (letter to follow regarding the clothing required.)

Don’t forget:
-Year 6 Leaver’s Assembly will take place on Wednesday 28th June in the afternoon.
-Inset days will fall on Thursday 15th and Friday 16th June.

We would like to share the following with our families:
Thank you again for your continued support. We are very proud of each of our year 6 children and their commitment and enthusiasm towards their end of year performance.

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Shakespeare Festival 2017

Shakespeare Festival 2017

Our Y4 children have been working hard with the Open Minds Theatre Group to pull together the famous play script of Macbeth – written by William Shakespeare.  

The children will be performing with 2 other classes from other schools in a grand performance on the evening of 28th June 2017.

We are really looking forward to seeing all their hard work come together on this evening.

 

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Y6 fun days

Y6 fun days

 

Our Y6 were disappointed not to be able to go to London on their 3 day residential, but we arranged two amazing treat days for them instead.

We spent the full day on Cleethorpes beach building sandcastles and having lots of fun.  

This day was followed by an active day at Ponds Forge and Ice Sheffield, who kindly provided their services for the children.

 

 

 

 

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Puppy Party

Puppy Party

Well done to our Y3 children and staff who planned and organised an amazing fundraising event this week – raising money to sponsor a guide dog.

This was the children’s idea after having our focus week on diversity and meeting a guide dog puppy.

The children had heard all about the amazing job the dogs do to support people with a visual impairment and wanted to help.

A total of over £400 was raised during the afternoon.

A big thank you to Mrs Woodcock for baking the main raffle prize of a ‘dog cake.’

 

 

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School Opens

School Opens

School opens at the normal time of 08:35 on Monday 5th June 2017.

We are looking forward to seeing everyone and hearing all about their half term holiday adventures.

Don’t forget our INSET days this term are on the 15th and 16th June.  

School will be closed for children on these days.

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Week beginning 5-6-17

Year 3

After the half term break, Y3 will be starting our new English based learning project – ‘Heroes and Villains’ This exciting topic will allow us to explore a range of different heroes and villains in literature both in history and more recent. We will be learning how to read for information; pick out key facts; ask and answer questions; skim and scan and how to structure answers in comprehension questions.

In writing lessons we will be learning how to describe characters as well as write settings for traditional tales. SPaG bootcamp will involve us embedding conjunctions by using them correctly in our writing. Also, we will continue to develop our inverted comma skills.

In numeracy lessons we will begin to explore ways of measuring using different equipment.

Our creative learning will still be based on Picture This. We have been working so hard to produce high quality work for this project. We will let you all know when you can view this display.

We are looking forward to seeing some amazing creative homework. Tweet us your masterpieces and preparations to the school’s Twitter account as we would love to see them.

Year 4

In the first week of our final half term together we will be introducing our new topic called ‘Playlist’. This is a music and science based theme where children will be composing music both with instruments and digitally using Garageband. The science aspect is that of ‘Sound’.

In mathematics we will be continuing with geometry, position and direction including understanding co-ordinates.

We will be continuing with SFA in literacy and PE will be on the usual day of Monday afternoon with 4O swimming on Thursday.

Year 5

The year 5 team hope you have all had a rested half-term break and we look forward to welcoming the children back for our final half-term in year 5.
In our maths lessons, we will be learning to convert metric and imperial measures, including distance, time, volume and mass.

We will have our final art lessons creating our Picture This! pieces ready for the exhibition.  Additionally, we will be starting our Beast Creator topic; exploring the deadliest animals and the creepiest crawlies!

Creative homework is due in by Friday 9th June, this is however optional.
 
Please ensure spellings and times tables are practised ready for our weekly tests and regular reading is recorded in your child’s reading diary.
As always, please ensure PE kits are in school on a Monday ready for the week ahead.

Year 6

Next week we will be: continuing with writing in SFA, continuing with our end of year performance rehearsals and finally, we have lots of other exciting activities planned. 

Please done forget: 

-Don’t forget to bring your PE kit in on Monday. 

-Please see the school newsletter for important dates regarding transition, sports day and leavers assembly. 

We would like to share the following with our families: 

-We are exceptionally proud of each and everyone of our year 6 children for their understanding, dedication and mature attitudes. Thank you again for your continued support. 

 

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