Yay! Lima class are coming back to school!
We were so excited to hear Boris Johnson tell us that you were all coming back to school in his "road out of lockdown" speech last week. We can't wait to see your faces back in Lima class on Monday 8th March. We have been busy getting everything ready for when you return but please do not worry - things we be just the same as before (although the displays will be slightly different as they have been updated with our new learning topics.)
Until then, we will keep putting the work on the website so don't worry - you won't run out of things to keep you occupied! Also remember to keep reading at home and filling in those bookmarks towards your reading badges. You can always use Bug Club for more books to read and enjoy.
On Thursday of this week it is World Book Day! Your parents will be receiving an e-mail about all of the suggested activities - one of which involves all of your teachers dressing up for a Book Quiz. We hope you enjoy it. In our Guided Reading section you will find the link to Mrs Halligan's World Book Day Assembly which also contains a different book quiz. How many of the books do you know?
As always, please send pictures of your work, along with any thoughts, other photos or questions to email@example.com. We love hearing from you and we just can't wait to see all your smiling faces back in the classroom soon.
Mrs David and Mrs Beanland
House Points Totals for January
As you can see, after taking into account the house points from both children who are working from home, and those who have been in school, the totals could not be closer!!! If you haven't let us know your January total yet - please do send us an e-mail so that we can add it on, it could make all the difference. Keep up the great work and keep earning those house points - both in school and virtually. And a virtual clap to everybody who has helped Europe to get to their winning spot for January!
This year, the theme for the class names is capital cities. Our Year 5 class chose Lima, which is the capital city of Peru. We wanted to choose a city that was on a different continent to ours and we were intrigued to find out more about South America, and a city and country that, at the beginning of our journey in Lima class, we know very little about.
We will update this page regularly and we hope you will return to see all the things that we have been up to in Year 5. As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch through the office.
From your teachers, Mrs David and Mrs Beanland, and your LSA, Mrs Prieto.
Our indoor and outdoor PE sessions will both be on a Tuesday this year. We are asking for children to come to school wearing their PE kits, with shorts underneath jogging bottoms and a dark jumper to keep them warm when necessary. Please make sure that hair is tied back on these days, and earrings and other jewellery has been removed.