Wow! What a great start to Friday seeing everyone dressed as their favourite book characters, saints or biblical characters. We had a fantastic catwalk seeing everyone from other classes. Thank you for supporting this fabulous day.
Year 5 have been looking at how to form a balanced argument. The topic was inspired by a newspaper report one of the children found, "Should schools be open for longer?" The immediate response from the pupils was an overwhelming no! However, they were able to write about both sides and form their own conclusion. Some examples are pictured...
Those children who received a Special Mention last week were also given an extra award of hot chocolate and cakes on Friday. The children were ecstatic to have the opportunity to put marshmallows and sprinkles on their drinks.
Thanks for the memories, Mr Barker.
I have compiled a list of websites that would help your child. All the sites are free.
You have to create your own login for this site, however, once you are signed up there are educational games.
Oxford Owl: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/
This site offers free ebooks and audiobooks. Click onto, "My Class Login" then use my login Username: olmcyear5 Password: OLMCYear5
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Today Year 5 and 6 have had the wonderful opportunity to take part in Freddie Fit. They have completed exercises and listened carefully to safety instructions, and have shown excellent determination to complete these exercises without giving up!
We had lots of fun in year 1 on World Book Day.
Thank you so much for all the effort with the fantastic costumes, the children looked great!
In year 1 we invited classes to come and design a bookmark. Everyone was really creative and we hope they will be putting their bookmarks to good use as they continue to enjoy their reading.
Huge congratulations to the overall winners of the swimming gala. The team accumulated 16 medals which meant for consecutive years they were the overall champions. Every child swam fantastically and did themselves proud.
Thanks for for the memories, Mr Barker.