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Mr Gilbertson is our class teacher, Mrs Unsworth and Mrs Turner are the teaching assistants working with us throughout the week.
Mrs Hurst teaches us our music and Mr Willock teaches us PE on a Thursday morning.
Spellings are sent home on a Monday and should be practised on a daily basis, ready for our spelling test on Fridays.
Each week, children need to have completed at least three Reading Plus activities before Friday. We also encourage children to read at home from a book for their own pleasure and enjoyment. This can then be signed, by a parent or guardian, in the child's diary and will be rewarded with dojos!
Children should also aim to have scored at least 500 points on Mathletics, which can be acheived through either assigned activities or through tasks the children have chosen themselves.
PE lessons are on a Thursday, so please make sure your child comes into school wearing their PE kit and has a full water bottle.
For the first four weeks of the Autumn term, Year 5 will have cricket sessions on a Wednesday, so children should wear PE kit for this.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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