Sunday, 29 May 2016

Last week before half-term!

Well, it was a busy week as usual! Here are just some of the things that happened…
On Monday Year 5 visited an Anglo-Saxon village, which helped to bring their Topic subject alive.
On Wednesday year 5 did really well in Art. They made a little bag to hold their runes pebbles. A big thank you to Mrs Fisher who spent ages cutting out all the material to the correct size ready for the lesson! Year 5 used the running stitch and over stitch to sew their bags together. Then they used a fabric pen to write their initials on the front of the bag. We were very impressed with their sewing skills!  
In Literacy we looked at relative clauses and the children produced interesting reports about animal migration. They put a lot of effort into their presentation. Some pupils decided to make 3-D pop-ups from card which they wrote on to present their research in an interesting way.
Aine took some lovely photos during PE on Friday as she had to rest her knee. Well done Aine, they came out great! Year 5 did four activities to practice for the Sports morning on 24th June; sprinting, hurdles, egg and spoon race and skipping.
Aine and Isabel A showed everyone the swimming medals they had won at the weekend, in the Final Assembly on Friday. Congratulations to Lottie for being awarded the RE certificate, Conor O for getting the writing certificate and Isabel A for getting the Golden Moment! Mrs Warrington was presented with beautiful cards from every class and some lovely flowers to wish her well with the birth of her baby.

We wish you all a very happy and safe half-term holiday!




















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