Welcome to Year 5/6
Our Teachers are Mrs. Bugryniec & Mrs. Christiansen
Our Teaching Assistant is Mrs. McCarthy
Friday 23rd June 2017
This has been a busy week with rehearsals for both our class assembly and the end of year production well under way. All children have been given parts and have lines to practice at home.
Y5 have also worked really hard this week completing their assessments in Reading, SPaG and Maths.
We also had time to fit in a visit by one of our governors who came to see our Literacy lesson in which we were writing playscripts. This helped us to then write our own scripts for our class assembly.
Next week brings another busy week, with parent/teacher consultations on Tuesday and Thursday and our class assembly on Thursday morning at 9.15am. We look forward to seeing all the parents at both of these.
We hope you have a lovely weekend.
Mrs Bugryniec, Mrs Christiansen and Mrs Cameron
The highlight of this week had to be the Y5's trip to France on Wednesday. It was a fantastic day, visiting the market where the children got practice their French, walking around the old town and finally ending the day at the beach. Despite the early start, it was a fantastic day and the children should all be very proud of how well they represented MPL.
While the Y5s were in France for the day, Y6 joined Columbus and took part in a writing morning with Mr Steenvoorden. They wrote letters home, imagining their were one of the soldiers on the front line during WW1 who took part in the Christmas day truce. They were using this opportunity to ensure they were meeting any unmet ITAFs.
In Maths the Y5s have focused on revising topics before their assessments next week and Y6 have been developing their problem solving skills.
Next week will be assessment week for Y5. They will be doing assessments in Reading, Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation, and Maths, similar to those they will sit at the end of Y6. Writing is continually assessed throughout the year.
We have also begun to plan our class assembly which will be on Thursday 29th June.
Very well done to Olivia, our reader of the week...........Mrs Bugryniec, Mrs Christiansen and Mrs Cameron