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Year 5

Weekly Update of w/e 21st July 2017

 

This week the children have been working hard to complete work and have also produced some more maths games which are excellent. We were lucky with the weather on Tuesday and enjoyed a whole school picnic, before the children were able to watch the annual teachers vs Year Six rounders match. It has been a great year! We’ve enjoyed the children learn and make progress, both academically and socially, over the course of the year. We’ve had many highlights, including our trips to the National Space Centre and Young Mariners; a fantastic end of year choir performance; seeing some fantastic costumes during Roald Dahl week, book week and on our Ancient Greek day; watching the children’s competitive sides come out on sports day; and raising lots of money for the school and for charity, to name a few.

 

A massive thank you from Mrs Gaze

I would like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you for all your support during the year, with homework tasks, reading with the children at home and for the positive impact that you have had on the children and their hard work. I have really enjoyed getting to know each and every one of the children and seeing them grow and develop into a great bunch of children. I look forward to continuing to working with them in Year 6 and to going on the PGL trip (hopefully I won’t be ill this time!) Have a restful summer and I look forward to working with you again in September.

 

A huge thank you from Mr Harrison

Firstly I would like to say a huge thank you for your continuous support you have provided the children and the staff this year, whether it be helping out on a trip, completing homework with your child or reading with your child – the impact this has is huge and I appreciate all the hard work you put in as well. I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know your children and they have been a great class to teach. It is a credit to them to see how they have grown over the course of the year, not only as very unique individuals, but as a collective as well. They have made me smile, laugh and thoroughly enjoy my year with each and every one of them. I wish them all the best in year 6 and am sure they’ll embrace and enjoy the challenge. I hope you all have an enjoyable and relaxing summer. I’m looking forward to seeing them next year and hearing about how their summer holidays were.

 

Have a lovely summer holidays, we look forward to welcoming the children back to school in September rejuvenated and ready to learn again,

 

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