: May 2019
Just look at you all! What a fabulous class you are! You all look super in your new hoodies. I can't quite believe that you are coming to the end of Year 6- how did that happen?
Well, as usual, another busy week has flown by. We have explored fabulous new texts, worked on some difficult reasoning problems in maths, investigated spelling patterns and the hidden meanings within words, had fun in french and PE and, quite frankly, have been amazing historians. All that on 4 days- crikey!
When I posed the statement ; 'Stonehenge is simple construction made by simple people.' you could have heard the gasps from year 6 miles away! There were not impressed! The children have been working very hard on proving this to be false and have used a wide variety of evidence to support their opinions- well done Base 5.
One of our new reading texts this week was 'Pog' by Pádraig Kenny- what a gripping text this was. The children ordered this book from the library and it arrived today! The book was snapped up in an instant; we can't wait to see what Laylee makes of it- we are already queuing up to read it after her!
AS you know we have SATs next week. You have all worked so hard, been so focused and are simply fantastic learners so remember, no matter what the outcome, EVERYONE is very proud of you for who you are and nothing will change that.
I hope that you all have a lovely weekend.
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