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  • Headteacher: Mrs A Burton
  • Deputy Headteacher: Mrs L Taylor

Year 5

Almost there Year 5! A brilliant term of learning, trying your best and aiming high in everything! Look forward to a well deserved break but don't forget to do some homework if you have a chance!

 

THIS WEEK IT IS REALLY IMPORTANT THAT YOU REMEMBER YOUR DISTANCES AT MORNING BREAK AND LUNCHTIMES PLEASE!

 

When we are on the playground for morning breaks or lunchtime play we must keep on trying really hard to maintain that metre plus distance. Try not to 'dob' others - how could you do this 'virtually'? 

Have a think about what a metre distance might look like - try measuring it out if you have a ruler or tape measure - how many centimetres are there in a metre - how many millimetres? 

You can practise your measuring skills for Maths at the same time! 

Let's all continue to keep everyone safe by making sure that we keep washing or sanitising our hands when we enter our classrooms; if we use the toilet; if we sneeze or cough- try and catch it then bin tissues in the purple bins, please.

 

Have you had a go at the My Maths homework tasks or upped your Rock Star status on TT Rockstars this week?

Remember to practise your spellings too- try and find out the meanings of some of the words- check out the homework challenges section on the Class Pages. Could you put the spelling word into a sentence and say aloud to someone to check that you understand the meaning?

Keep on reading - lots of you have completed your Accelerated Reader quizzes - you can log on at home to do this - then remember to bring your book into school in the yellow zipped wallet and put it in the turquoise basket in the classroom. Don't forget to tell your teacher that you have read - show them your reading card - and that you need to get a new reading book.

Will you achieve this week's Sawley Vision Target: 'Respect for all'?

Do you know what 'respect' means? How do you show respect? Why is respect important?

REMEMBERING OUR DISTANCE RULES ON THE PLAYGROUND & OTHER AREAS IS ONE WAY TO SHOW RESPECT.

5C - Mrs R Cotter 5SW - Mrs Shilcock 5SW - Mrs Whittington 5W - Mr J Webb

 

What’s happening this week in Year 5?

Week beg. Monday 19th. October 2020

This week’s vision

 Respect for all

Monday

 

Tuesday

PE: Come to school dressed in your PE kit! (All classes)

Wednesday

 

Thursday

PE: Come to school dressed in your PE kit.(5C/5SW)

Spelling Test - 5SW

Friday

School closed: INSET Day

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