Welcome to Year 5!
Falcons Class News
Thursday 22nd March - Sports Relief
Wednesday 28th March - Musical Evening
Thursday 29th March - End of term
Homework will be sent home each Friday and will alternate between Literacy and Numeracy. It will need to be handed in by the following Wednesday , remember to ask for help if you need it.
Keep practising your spellings and do not forget to read.
We will be learning our brass instruments on Monday afternoons.
PE will take place on Monday morning and Thursday afternoon - It is beginning to get colder so I recommend that you have trousers and shorts in your PE kit. Earrings must be removed prior to lessons. Staff can not remove earrings but can offer tape to cover the earring. Children who are not able to remove their own earrings or have tape applied will not be allowed to participate in PE lessons. *
* Further details on this are available in our policies section on the school website
We will be continuing to report our weekly reading scores here so you can see just how well (or not) we are doing as a class at completing our 4 weekly reads challenge. Remember when you achieve 30 reads you receive a bronze reading certificate,i
WE ARE BECOMMING THE CLASS TO BEAT ON THE CLASS READS MOUNTAIN , WE HAVE HIT 100% READS ALMOST EVERY WEEK SINCE CHRISTMAS . I AM VERY , VERY PROUD OF YOU ALL .
ALTHOUGH WE DID NOT MANAGE TO ACHIEVE 100% READS IN THE FINAL WEEK (ONLY MANAGING 92%) , WE HAVE ALL ACHIEVED OUR BRONZE CERTIFICATE - FOR READING 30 TIMES AT HOME. WE ALL NEED TO CONTINUE TO READ AT HOME , AS IT IMPROVES OUR LITERACY WORK AND ALLOWS US ALL TO TALK ABOUT OUR FAVOURITE BOOKS. REMEMBER , IT IS ALWAYS FUN TO BE AT THE TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN BUT THE MOST MEMORABLE ACHIEVEMENT IS THE CLIMB TO GET THERE.
A magical moment is a special event that you experienced in your life. It could be funny, thoughtful, simple or heroic, but what matters is that special feeling you experienced. I look forward to hearing and sharing your magic moments.
The children of Annesley Primary School (Key Stage 2) have helped out the local community this week by planting hedges at Acacia Park.
The school have taken an active part in trying to improve the safety and aesthetic look of the park by helping the council plan the play area and plant hedges.
It was a fun filled muddy morning, take a look at some of the photographs.
Mr Henshaw really looks like Mr Nolan. It must be the moustache! (Anonymous)
I think I can remember the five K's.....I know, there's one that starts with K (Isabelle DB)
What do Hindus read instead of a sacred book? asked Miss Peacock
Poems and prayers, written by a poet! (Isabelle DB)
During the term we will be looking for examples of fantastic work and posting it here.
Will your work be on the WOW Wall?