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Weekly Update 13/1/22

14 Jan 2022

Wow! What an exciting start to the new spring term, we have had in Cedar!

It has been fantastic to see the children back in the full swing of their learning, they have come back after Christmas with such enthusiasm and positivity; full of energy and excitement for the beginning of term.

We began the week with a reminder of our expectations and values, revisiting routines and exploring our 3B’s; we discussed how as Year 5’s we can help set a positive example to the rest of the school and be confident role models. The children have impressed all week in their attitude and maturity with regard to both the school vision and their responsibilities as Year 5 pupils.

Our PE got off to a very exciting start last Friday with fencing!  Chris from Sports Cool will be teaching small groups of children fencing over the forthcoming weeks and we are so excited about this!  Chris will also be teaching PE every Tuesday afternoon.  As a reminder, please ensure PE kits are in school every Monday morning and that they are returned to school following our Tuesday PE session, as the children will be sent home in their kits, thank you.

In English we have being busy continuing our Guided Reading work on “Who Let the God’s Out”. We have been giggling a lot about some of the great descriptions that Maz Evans uses.  In our work with “The Nowhere Emporium” and have been looking at ambitious vocabulary and carefully constructed sentences. We have also been revising how to edit our work very carefully.

Maths has seen us start to tackle long multiplication, I have been incredibly impressed with the amazing growth mind-set of the children and their determination to always keep thinking positively.

We have also continued to add books to our ever increasing classroom library, and talk about the books we are currently reading both in school and at home; discussing our favourite books and stories as well as books we might like to add to our library in the future. Our golden thread this term is ‘life-long readers’ and we look forward to enjoying lots more discussion around the texts we read.

What a fantastic start to the new school term, with every Year 5 really shining like stars all week long!
 
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