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Welcome to Brentor!

 

Our topic this term is:  The Ancient Egyptians.

 

 

 

Ancient Egyptian Queens

 

Monday, 9th July

 

Thought for the week:

 

"Develop an attitude of gratitude, and give thanks for everything that happens to you, knowing that every step forward is a step toward achieving something bigger and better than your current situation."

                                                                                                    Brian Tracy.      

 

Homework:

 

  1. Times tables - practice your times tables and division facts.
  2. Spellings - Complete three menu tasks.
  3. Reading - every day, record in my Reading Record.
  4. Homework - Year 5 Memories Sheet.

 

 

Well done to the pupils in Year 5 who took 1st place in the Champions League Cup of the Devon and Cornwall Police Football Festival.

 

We are very proud of you.

Congratulations to all of Year 5 on a very successful Bikeability week.

Schools' Challenge

 

Well done to the 65 pupils (and staff) from Widey Court who were on the Hoe for 7.30 a.m. on Sunday to run the final mile of the Half Marathon.

Year 5 have been enjoying their time at Marjon participating in the various sports activities i.e. Parkour, athletics, tennis and cricket.

 

 

Weekly Spellings

 

 

Group 1

 

library material medicine naughty
occasionally particular pressure probably
quarter regular reign separate
special thought weight  

 

 

 

 

Group 2

The same spellings as Group One.

       

 

 

 

 

 

Awards and Nominations for Friday, 8th June.

Behaviour Cup:  

   Superstar Learner: 

Math's Magician: 

Marjon Sports Awards:  Dylan, Freya, Harvey and Callum

Positive Attitude Award:  Jack

 

 

          

 

 

Girls Activities at Notre Dame School

On Tuesday Year 5 were visited by 'Neil Armstrong' who talked about his experiences and thoughts when he, along with Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins travelled to the Moon. The children had an insight into what it was like to walk on the Moon and were shown photos and videos of the trip. They built their own rockets and in the afternoon they had a rocket launch demonstration before they were able to launch their own rockets into the sky. What an exciting day!

Image result for Pictures From Apollo 11

 

 

 

North America Day - Friday, 24th November

 

The children took part in various activities including making 'turkey' rice crispy cakes and clay models of iconic landmarks.  There were also Presidential speeches written and performed by the children and line dancing.  Yee Ha!  Well done to everyone.

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