5V

 

Start time: 8:40am Home time: 3:30pm MUGA Entrance

Welcome to the Year 5 blog! What an exciting year ahead we have! Back to some sort of normality. Please read the important information on this page and click on the news post at the bottom of the page to see our wonderful learning activities and experiences.

School uniform

Please ensure your child wears full school uniform now including black shoes except on Wednesday, which is their PE day. They must come to school in their school uniform. PE kit should be brought in a draw string bag. Hi-Viz jackets MUST be worn every day as part of our school uniform. Buy one at the office if your child does not have one. Hi-Viz jacket, water bottles and book bags should be brought to school every day.

Homework: Friday 

All homework will be completed online: reading plus, mirodo, spelling shed and accelerated reader. All homework is to be handed in on Fridays

Spelling test: Monday 

Please make sure your child learns their 17 spellings each week using spelling shed or the list in their book.

 

Hometime

If you would like your child to walk home alone, please complete the parent permission form at the office.

 

Ensure you are checking the parentapp regularly for the latest school updates.

Thank you, Mrs Villiers (5V class teacher)

 

 

 

Useful Links

Here are some useful links to help support your child’s learning at home.

MyMaths: https://login.mymaths.co.uk/login  

Reading Plus: https://student.readingplus.com

Spelling Shed: https://play.edshed.com/en-gb/login 

TT Rockstars: https://play.ttrockstars.com/

Purple Mash: https://www.purplemash.com/login/    

LBQ: https://www.lbq.org/Task (LBQ will only work on the day your teacher sends the code.)

Accelerated Reader: https://ukhosted126.renlearn.co.uk/6697753/

Queen Elizabeth II – Rest in Peace

Queen Elizabeth II – Rest in Peace

 To celebrate impact and the life of Queen Elizabeth II, here at Clarendon we created a display in honour of her. Each class were created different things that represented her life and her achievements. As well as this each class wrote poems which were part of the...

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