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Well, the time has nearly come for the children in Year 5 to wow you with their sensational year group assembly on Monday morning! Parents and carers please arrive outside the school gates by 8.55 and the assembly is due to start at 9am sharp, we all cannot wait for the performance!

In Maths this week, we have been working on multiplying and dividing numbers by 10, 100 and 1000, focusing on how the digits move left or right in the place value grid accordingly. In English, the children completed their star write on The Girl of Ink and Stars which we are looking forward to marking to check their writing progress. In Art, the children experimented with different artistic mediums and textures with space imagery to decide on what style their would like their final piece to potentially be comprised of. In PSHE, we had very useful and at times shocking discussion about the benefits but importantly the risks of using mobile phones, and how to ensure we are all interacting safely in the online world, and protecting ourselves from harm. Finally, we are about halfway through completing our assessment booklets in SPAG, Maths and Reading, and we look forward to seeing how everyone has performed and progressed, but remembering that these booklets are merely a snapshot of performance on the day and do not necessarily reflect how teachers may assess where children are at in these subjects. 

We look forward to seeing as many people at the Summer fair tomorrow as possible too!