Y5 Homework.

Homework 6.9.19 (to be completed by 11.9.19):

To write a letter to Miss Clough so that she can get to know you a little better.  Consider letting her know what your interests and hobbies are, what you enjoy most about school and what you enjoy least.  Now that you are a Year 5 what are you most looking forward to this year and what would you like to achieve.

If you would like to be a member of the school council you will also need to write a paragraph at the end of your letter explaining why you would like this role.

The letter only needs to be brief! 🙂

Brief update!

Hi all,

I am in the middle of writing a curriculum letter to keep you all informed with what is going on this term in Year 5.

There will be no homework or spellings until next week and the spelling test and new spellings will go out on a Wednesday.

Children have started learning the Clarinet today and will continue that over the year with Mrs White.

PE will be on a Thursday – so kit will be needed for tomorrow and swimming will take place further on this term (more info to follow).

The kids have all been fabulous coming back into school and getting back into the routine this week.

Thanks,
Miss Clough.

End of term

Hi everyone,
I just want to take this opportunity to say a massive thank you for all your kind words, cards and gifts yesterday, along with all the support over the last year.
The children have been incredible and I will miss them all very much.
Have a lovely summer break.
Best Wishes,
Miss Clough. X

Last Day:

Children are allowed to bring a board game into school tomorrow as we will be having a little party and some chilled time to end the year. Please don’t bring anything with too many pieces or that you are worried will get lost. Children will be responsible for keeping their own things together.
They may also bring a teddy if they wish.

Thanks,
Miss Clough.

Year 2 Sports Day

Year 2 had a fantastic morning this morning during Sports day. All children got involved in every race and they were all so supportive of each other. They did their very best and I am very proud of them all.

Thanks to all the parents that turned up to support.

24.5.29

Hi everyone,

The children have had a really busy week and have worked so hard. I am super proud of them and so today we have had our movie treat and some free play this afternoon.

There is also NO HOMEWORK or SPELLINGS for the half term. I would like the children to enjoy the holidays and have a good break, ready for the last part of the term.

Thanks for all your support,
Miss Clough.

Year 2 Sex Education

Hi everyone,

A quick note about the sex education lessons. These will obviously all be age appropriate. In Year 2 this consists of basic hygiene and safety (eg. explaining that when using the toilets in school etc this should be done alone and without friends or groups at a time due to this being quite a private or personal place/time). We also clarify the specific names for certain body parts. This ensures that children are able to communicate if there is any problem, it keeps them safe and also equips them with the correct vocabulary. That is all that will be covered. We do not go into depth about anything else and in KS1 we do not cover any further aspects.

I hope that clears up any questions,
Thanks, Miss Clough.

Easter Holidays

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to wish you all a very happy Easter break.

The children have all worked so hard this half term so they have new spellings and some Maths to complete for homework but that is all.

Our book entries have now been sent off and the puppets we have been working on this half term are almost complete (we will continue with these when we return after the holidays).

I look forward to seeing you all when we return.

Thanks for your support as always.

Miss Clough.