I am pleased to announce that Matilda Gray has been elected as 5S School Council Rep. She had stiff competition from Ben Kerley, Marco Armes and Emily Clarke who all produced excellent speeches in their campaigns to be elected. Well done Matilda, I am sure you will do an excellent job.
In art next week the children will be making a bowl out of tissue paper and so they will need to bring into school a named plastic bowl that they can use as a mould. This does not have to big too big and will be returned once the bowls have been made.
Thank you to all those parents that attended the 'Meet the Teacher' session earlier this week. For those of you that were unable to attend, I have uploaded a copy of the slide show that was shared for your information. If anyone would like an opportunity to meet me, then please don't hesitate to get in touch.
We had a lovely a lovely afternoon using modroc to make sculptures inspired by Giacometti. Although we covered up the best we could, it was quite a messy affair, so apologies if your children have come home a little paler than they started the day!
5S had an unexpected Zumba lesson for P.E. today as the playground was in use by another year group. Although it was rather hot, we all had a lovely time. Your children have got some great dance moves!
I have been very impressed with how hard 5S have worked in their first week in year 5. If they continue in this manner, we are sure to have a very successful year.
Just to let you know that a letter will be coming home this week as 5S will start swimming at Crown Pools next Monday 12th May, 2016. All children will need to bring their swimming costume (no bikinis or swimming shorts), a towel, a swimming hat and £1 for the locker in a named bag.