School production week! The children have been working hard on costumes, props, songs and dances - they have done incredibly well and I'm sure that Tuesday's performance will be great.
On a more personal note, this will be my last full week with the class and I just want to say what a delightful group Y5 have been and how proud I am as to the progress they have made this year, both academically and in confidence. I wish them all the very best for Year 6 and beyond.
Bootcamp group: all times tables
|09.07.19||School Play (children to be back at school at 17:00)|
|12.07.19||Prize Giving & Class Party|
|18.07.19||New parents' meeting & picnic lunch|
Small group workshops.
I recommend the following website to pre-learn/review/follow-up on the maths taught:
The words for the end-of-year spelling test are as follows:
Please ensure that reading with an adult is taking place regularly. It is vitally important to hear your children read and to ask them questions about what they've read: words, meaning and prediction.
To earn the end of term reading certificate, they will need to read four times a week for the entire term. I will only know if they have completed this task if you sign their partnership books. The 'LF' stamp in their planner indicates that they've met the criterion for the week. They then need to update the Reading Challenge Chart in the classroom - this requires organisation on their part!
The following website may be a source of inspiration for books:
Mercy & Rosie: Both for the perseverance with maths and independently extending themselves to become even better!