Here we are again at the end of another term! It has been a busy one and the children have continued to work very hard in all Curriculum areas. I’m particularly pleased with the achievements of many of the children in their reading - all showed great improvements in their reading assessments and many now have new ZPD numbers. I’m also pleased that more children are reading much more regularly at home and this is definitely having a positive effect on their achievement. Please ask your child about their ZPD numbers and continue to encourage them to read regularly at home - completing Bedrock at home at least twice a week will also improve this further. Well done to our reading champions this half term are…


Our Golden ticket winners for reading this half term are Bethany and Layla. Well done girls!

Year 5 are sculptors…

This term the children have produced sculptural forms in response to the work of Alberto Giacometti. To link in with our Ancient Greek topic from last half term, the theme of their sculptures is Ancient Greek Olympic sports.

The children used dowling to make the figure and then applied mod rock and painted them. We hope to get these on display very soon!

Our Lenten promise fulfilled…

Thank you Year 5 for all your contributions to Barnardos charity as part of our class Lenten promise. Barnardos supports and encourages disadvantaged children to achieve success in their lives.


Thank you so much for all your continued support and we wish you all a wonderful Easter.

AuthorKay McVey