🏅24 Maths Challenge🏅

Today four Y5’s competed against 8 other schools at the 24 challenge. The challenged involved using any of the mathematical processes and all 4 numbers to make a total of 24. All four of our team worked incredibly well together and finished a fantastic 3rd place! Well done to all involved 🙂

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Story Writing with Miss Szczepura

Today Edie, Matthew, Julliette, Dylan and Freya all took part in the final session of story writing. They have all worked so hard over the last few months and I am super proud of them all. We celebrated by having a party and decorating books. Unfortunately Amber was poorly today so she couldn’t join in, but she has also worked so hard in the sessions. Well done everyone! From Miss Szczepura.

‘I’d do anything’ for a part in Oliver!

Right then Eagles, who is up for auditioning for our play this year?

All those looking to be a main character will need to audition next Tuesday/ Wednesday. You may choose any of the 3 songs below to sing in the audition, you will not need to sing the whole song but should have a go at practicing it beforehand.

Consider yourself – If you are interested in playing Artful Dodger, Oliver or a pickpocket.

You’ve got to pick a pocket or two – If you are interested in playing Fagin, Dodger or a pickpocket

As long as he needs me – If you are interested in playing Nancy

Feel free to ask me if you are unsure about any of the auditions

An open letter to all of year 6

Dear Eagles Year 6,

Today you finished your SATs and we know how hard you worked but there is something very important you must know.
The SATs tests do not assess all of what makes each of you special and unique. The people who create these tests and mark them do not know each one of you like we do.

They do not know that you are an excellent artist or that you showed tremendous courage performing your gymnastics routine. They haven’t seen all the hours of practice you have put into the mock trial this year. They do not know that you have represented your school in many sports and areas and that you are an excellent team player. They haven’t heard you sing, watch you act or seen how you support each other on a daily basis. They do not know that you are funny, kind, trustworthy and that every day you try to be your very best.

The scores you get from these tests will tell you something, but they will not tell you everything. There are many ways to be smart. You are smart! Remember that there is no way to ‘test’ all of the amazing things that you can do that make you awesome.

We are extremely proud of all of you so a huge well done! (High Five)

Mr Muskett, Mrs Smith, Mrs Payne, Miss Saunders, Mrs Piggott & Mr Harman