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St Paul's Church of EnglandPrimary School

'Love God, Love Ourselves, Love Others, Love Learning'

Year 5 - Jaguars

 

Welcome back to School! I hope you have had a restful summer break.

The Autumn Term is usually very busy and productive, and this should be a great one.

 

Here are a few very important things you should know:

 

PE Lessons:

PE lessons take place on Wednesday and Friday. Please remember to have your kit in school at all times. The school policy states that all jewellery should be removed, this includes earrings, plasters are not allowed. Due to marks being left on the hall floor we are also asking that children wear pumps inside now. They are most welcome to bring trainers for outdoor activities, as well as leggings and a school hoody too.

 

Water Bottles:

Water bottles should be brought to school and taken home daily for cleaning and refilling. It is scientifically proven that children and adults function better when hydrated, enabling great learning. Unfortunately, school cannot supply single use plastic cups to children without water bottles, so please ensure your child brings their water bottle daily.

 

Homework:

Pupils will receive spelling, multiplication and reading homework weekly. This will be given out on a Friday. Children are expected to practice at home, return the homework book and have their reading diary signed at least four times a week. These basic skills are imperative to your child's education and practicing at home regularly makes a huge difference.

 

If you have any concerns or questions, please do come and speak to us after school and we will do our very best to help.

 

Thank you for your support

 

Mrs Lewer

Autumn term curriculum Information for parents.

This week's spellings: Mrs Catlow's group and class spellings.

Timestables for testing every Friday

Here is the image of the Times Tables Rocks app for which each pupil has an individual log in so that they can practice their multiplication skills.

Here are a few documents to help encourage enjoyment in reading, we hope they help. Happy Reading!

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