Class Teachers: 
Mrs S Khinda (Monday and Tuesday)
Mrs B Robinson (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday)
Teaching Assistant: Mrs R Devey
  • Mrs Barbara Robinson

    Please feel free to email me at the above address regarding any queries you may have.

Parent Visits
If you have not yet returned your slip to ask for a parent visit (during the week beginning 20th January), please do so as soon as possible. We will be sending out confirmation slips, showing the date and time of your visit, very soon. If you have lost the letter and attached reply slip, do not worry - just email one of the class teachers or speak to us before or after school to request a time. We look forward to seeing you.
Please note that our outdoor PE day has changed. We now have outdoor PE on Thursday afternoon (not Friday). Indoor PE will remain as before, on Monday.
Spelling homework will be set each Thursday and is due in the following Tuesday. Please make sure you use DoodleSpell at least three times each week as well.
Maths homework will be set each Tuesday and is due in the following Monday.
Brain Builders are sent out every 2 weeks (on Fridays) and are due in 10 days later (on Mondays). Be as creative as you like with your Brain Builders! We love seeing your ideas, presented in whatever form you like.
Remember to see an adult in school before the due date if you're having trouble completing your work.
You need to bring your Reading Record/Homework Diary and your school reading book in each day. You must read at least 3 times a week at home. Every day is much better though, so please aim for this. 
Your Reading Record/Homework Diary should be signed each week and handed in on Monday morning. Use your Homework Diary to keep track of your work and to help with reminders from the school day.
Class Information 
Indoor PE - Monday
Outdoor PE - Thursday
Library - Wednesday
The Anglo Saxons
Having spent last half term in the Victorian era, the Year 5 time machine is now taking us further back in time, to the Anglo Saxons. We'll be finding out all about what life was like for these early settlers, and discovering how and why they came to British shores in the first place! 
The book on which our English work will be based is 'Anglo Saxon Boy', by Tony Bradman - a story of betrayal, battle and bloodshed in the years preceding the Battle of Hastings in 1066. It's an exciting story, with lots of action, and we're really looking forward to reading it with you all!
Here are some photos from our fabulous Anglo-Saxon day! Thank you very much to 'Repeating Histories'. We learnt so much about Anglo Saxon life and battles - and had a load of fun!
Here are some photos from our exciting trip to the National Space Centre, back in the autumn term!
Spelling Resources