This week, Agrima has been awarded the yellow t-shirt. She always pushes herself to be the best that she can be. Her aspirations are always high and she strives to achieve green standard daily as gold is simply not good enough for her!
Well done Agrima. You really do emulate every word of the Plover Pledge!
On Thursday, Year 5 will still go swimming as normal. Therefore, please consider sending to children in either uniform or their own clothes, and then bringing their party clothes to get changed into once we return from swimming. We can give children time to get changed and ready for the party in the afternoon once they return to school. Thank you.
These three lovely children’s names were picked out of a hat for their amazing home learning! These children have completed an abundance of home learning which resulted in them winning a dinner at Nando’s with Mrs Blackham and Mrs Ogle! They really enjoyed themselves.
Year 5 have been preparing for a debate this afternoon (as well as swimming – what a busy morning). Linked to our story, ‘Pig Heart Boy’, we are gathering reasons for and against using pig hearts to support human transplant operations! #LovePlover
Inferring information about our new key text, from the cover alone, proved really successful today. However analysing our key character (Hannah) was more difficult than we first expected: we had to debug our historical fiction text first as there were quite a few phrases and pieces of vocabulary which had not come across before.
Awesome focus and pace of learning this afternoon guys, well done!
Well done to this lovely bunch for winning postcards today. I’ve seen beautiful artwork, huge improvement in attendance, stunning manners and huge confidence when reading out loud in class. I am so proud of each and every one of them!