Welcome to Herons Class Page
The children loved The Boy in the Tower so Heron Class practiced using their acting skills...
We cooked cookies for our Christmas Fayre
We sold every single one. Thank you for your support.
We would like to introduce you to our class fish...
please meet Darwin.
Remembrance Day Assembly
On Monday 12th November Herons class will perform a remembrance assembly in front of the whole school. This is when we will show our respect to the many men and women who fought and lost their lives during the I and II World Wars.
Winners of the Book Corner competition
Each class was asked to create a book corner and visitors to the school would decide the winners. We are proud to announce that Year 5 shared first place and won £12.50 per class to spend at the book fayre. On Wednesday 7th November we collected our prize of 5 books to add to our lovely book corner. Thanks to Mrs Dyas for creating a warm and welcoming area.
As we are heading towards Christmas, Year 5 and 6 welcome you to their Christingle on Wednesday 19th December.
There has been a meeting about the Year 5 Trip to Norfolk which is scheduled for summer 2019. Payment plans are now underway for those involved.
The Planetarium came into school on Tuesday 18th September, the children has fun learning about space in the dark!
Herons PE days are Thursdays and Fridays. It is always handy to have your PE kit in school each day, we will send it home each half term to be washed. Thank you
Let's countdown 'till Christmas...
Please continue to support your child at home by reading daily, helping them the practise their weekly spellings and assist them with their homework which we plan to send home on a Monday and a Thursday. A big focus this term is to be able to quickly recall all of the times tables.
Useful times tables games and activities can be found on...
www.topmarks.co.uk - for maths
BBC learning - Times tables grid game
TT Rocks https://beta.ttrockstars.com
Year 5 curriculum overview to follow...
On Tuesday 30th October 2018 the children visited the Higgins Museum. They looked at the influences that key people had on Bedford as a market town. During the rest of the term we shall be comparing old and new Bedford by looking at local maps.
We want to be healthy