Congratulations to our fantastic Readers of the Week: Sebastian RHK, Olaf RJC, Loki 1KG, Natalia 1NH, Lauren 2JH, Theo 2NT, Elizabeth 3CC, Dollie 3LH, Adam 4HA. Lily – Grace 4HB. Natalia 5AC. Eleanor 5SG. Isabella 6BF. Quinn 6ST.
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Last week’s Star of the week: 

Inez 

This week’s Star of the week:

Danielle 

Last week’s Reader of the week: 

Niamh 

This week’s Reader of the week:

Chloe 

Firstly, Happy New Year to you all! Apologies that it is very late but I have been unable to update the page until now.  

News from our class: On Tuesday we will be taking part in WOW ACTIVE so PE kits should be worn to school on Monday (as normal) and Tuesday (18th). 

On Friday(21st) it will be Year 5 leading the mass in school. 

Great work from our class: I am really proud of 5AC for their work and effort in my absence 

Mrs Watson had a lovely few days with them and Mrs Smith and Mrs Drabble assured me they were a credit to us all.  

This week, whave been looking at rollercoasters, the science behind them and planning our shape poems based on the experience if riding on them. Children many children performed a poem called ‘The Ride’ written by Grace Sayers. They were confident and really took care to create rhythm in their delivery. Perhaps they will do you a performance this weekend.  

Congratulations to Harry, who the class all agreed, shone in his performance. Next week the children will be writing their own version of the poem using figurative language that we have been discussing this week. 

 I look forward to sharing some examples of the final pieces next week with you. 

In maths we have looked at different methods to multiply 2 digits by 2 digits. This is something we will be revisiting next week to secure our preferred methods.   

In RE, we have looked at the thoughts and feeling of the people involved in the Christmas story and have deepened our understanding of King Herod’s motives and the journey that the Holy family had to endure to get to safety 

We are reading: The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian SelznickThe children are astounding me with their predictions and ideas using the inference skills we have been working on whilst reading the text.