On Tuesday the 19th of March, year 5 children took part in a cross country run and Water(blue) won the challenge.
The order in which the teams came was the following: Water came 1st place, Earth came 2 place, Air came 3 place and Fire came 4 place.
Well done to all the people who participated in the cross country challenge!
Mrs Harries is preparing to perform at the Wolsey Theatre with a group of children to celebrate 50 years of the first man on the moon!
The group of performers will be made up of years 4-5.
Please let Mrs Harries know if your are interested as there are only a few spaces left (20 people max).
Next Friday we are off to B.T. for a Crumble Bot taster day so we'll tell you all about it the following week.
Bye for now.
Happy red nose day!
Enjoy some more pictures from our Aylmerton
Thank you to everyone for a fantastic World Book Day dress up!
Enjoy all the pictures from today....
Congratulations to Fay and Marta for getting a certificate today in assembly. We would like to wish everybody a happy half term!!
Lots of birthdays happening so get your party clothes on!
A huge thank you to everyone for creating some wonderful homework pieces. Thanks to all the help from the grown ups too. We had lots of fun playing Ben's homemade Stormbreaker Top Trumps today at lunchtime. What fun! Well done Seb for beating Mrs Harries!
My blog helpers have taken a few photos of the homework for your enjoyment.
Don't forget to check out the homework tasks this spring term!
There are a few tasks that have a maths focus and we have also been focusing on geometry this week. Have a look at our 3D shape making fun!
The maths for this term is multiplication,division,fractions,decimals and
From now on we will have P.E on Monday and Friday.Remember to bring your P.E. kit on a Monday and keep it in school all week.Please also bring appropriate clothing for the colder weather and a plastic bag for muddy trainers.
The homework activities for this term will be online from Monday 7th of January.
Next week we will be focusing on geometry shapes and their properties.
Aaliyah, Judyta and Sofia
Hello from Mrs Harries!
We are starting a new topic this term with a geographical focus. More details to follow but we started this week with a recap of the water cycle and took to the playground to show off our artistic skills.
We were very fortunate to have a special visitor on Thursday. Flt Lt Richard Maxwell -Whale from The Royal Air Force. We had so many questions for him and we learnt a lot about the jobs and experiences of working in the RAF. We especially enjoyed trying on his equipment and smart uniform.
And yet more amazing homework 5H! I am super proud so well done! Have a look at these....
Another very busy week in 5H. Mrs Harries was in London on a course on Wednesday and then at the Ipswich Corn Exchange with a group who performed in a Remembrance concert on Thursday. Congratulations to all the performers. They were superb!
Today's service outside school was very calming and thought-provoking. Mr Smith played The Last Post beautifully and we all took a moment to think about those who have lost their lives in conflicts since WW1.
Dates to remember have been included in the most recent newsletter and on a separate sheet, so put them all in the diary. Parents and carers are welcome to join in the craft afternoon on Friday 23rd from 2pm.
Congratulations to Sofia who came an excellent 6th out of 108 dancers in the Ballroom Dancing Championships in Blackpool last weekend. Look out Strictly!
Super homework still coming in: Charlie's bread, Sophie's temple. Thank you for all your support.
The children have been producing the most amazing homework! We have had bread, cakes, posters and oh, the Maya temples are superb. Enjoy the slideshow and look out for more coming soon.