As part of the European Day of Languages on 26th September, we are encouraging everyone in the school to greet each other using a different language, this might be trying out a friendly "Bonjour" during registration or researching some less well-known ways to say hello.
Please feel free to try it out with everyone in the All Saints community.
All children are expected to read for at least 15 minutes each evening. Each child has a reading record that should be signed by an adult to show that they have been reading. Reading records are checked on Tuesdays and Fridays and there will be rewards for regular readers!
Topic/English Topic or English homework is set on a Monday and due back by Thursday.
Maths Maths homework is set on a Friday and due back in by the following Wednesday.
Spellings Spellings are handed out on a Thursday and tested the following Thursday.
Our Greek Picnic
As a ‘Stunning Start’ to our Ancient Mediterranean topic, Year 5 will be sharing a Greek-themed picnic, taking place at school on the afternoon of Friday 14th September 2018. This will run for the whole afternoon and will be an opportunity to introduce children to some elements of Greek culture.
We are asking parents for a voluntary donation of some Greek food to share as part of the picnic. Food should be brought into school with the children on the morning of Friday 14th September and will be kept in a cool location until the picnic. Please ensure that all food is labelled with ingredients and allergens. As we are a nut free school, there must be no nuts in any of the food donated.
Ms Fleck is the Class Year 5 Teacher. Should you have anything you wish to bring directly to her attention, please use this form. Thank you.