Year 5 – Easter Maths Recap

In Maths this half-term, we have been learning about decimals and fractions, as well as area and perimeter of shape. Please find some worksheets to help you recap and consolidate these important topics on the following slides: Y5 Easter Maths Recap HomeWork. There is no requirement to print the forms, you can just do the working out and answers straight onto paper. Don’t forget to bring this homework in to earn yourself 250 Work Hard Points to kick-start your Summer term HoWLS!

Alternatively, you can purchase your own Maths practice journal for £4.99 and there is a link to this on the slides 🙂 Thank you and best wishes for a lovely Easter! x

Supporting Motor Neurone Disease Day 2024

Jake, in Year 6, approached the school and his crew with wanting raise awareness around MND. Being a big fan of Leeds Rhinos, he has been inspired by Rob Burrows’ bravery and the superb effort of his ex-team mate, Kevin Sinfield. As a crew, we have planned a MND day for Friday 19th April for the whole school.

We are encouraging all children to wear something white, yellow or blue for a small donation that will go directly to the MND association. We will also be holding a coffee and cake morning in our school hall, all of our parents and carers are welcome to join us from 8:45. Jake has also secured a fantastic raffle with many excellent prizes which includes:

4 Leeds Rhino tickets

4 Wigan Warrior tickets (x2)

2 Doncaster Dons tickets

4 Bradford Bulls tickets

1 signed Doncaster Dons shirt

1 £20 voucher fot Canterbury House

1 £25 voucher for Attitudes Salon

1 cut and dry voucher at Nume

1 £20 voucher at Beauty Garden

1 £10 voucher at Beauty Garden

1 30 minute facial at Nume

1 back massage at Anne Wynne

1 £20 voucher at Bradbury Butchers

1 £10 voucher at Bliss Cafe

1 voucher for KFC

1 voucher for 12 cupcakes and 2 brownie trays at Cake It

1 large sweet hamper

1 voucher 2 medium carvery at Kings Chamber

1 voucher for a man and child cut at Clippers

2 bottles of prosecco

4 bottles of wine

Tickets can be purchased at the coffee morning or by sending your child with the money- Y6 children will visit classes daily with raffle tickets. Tickets are priced at £1 each or £5 for a strip.

Alongside this, children from Crew Mumby will be selling wristbands and badges throughout the week (week commencing 15th April) and will visit all classrooms daily. Wristbands and badges are priced at £1.

I’m sure you will agree that this is a fantastic cause to support, particularly when our students organising these fantastic community events.

Spectacular Spoons!

I can’t believe the amount of wonderful character spoons we had fetched into school as part of our World Book Day competition! The creativity and effort that has gone into each and every one is amazing!

The Learning Council judged the spoons this morning but it was such a hard choice that we have ended up with 8 winners instead of 4!

Watch this space to see the winning spoons tomorrow …

Here are just some of the fabulous characters!

Year 5 – A special visit to help us think a little more carefully about racism & being kind

This afternoon, we were very fortunate to have a special visit from a Y5 pupil’s parent who shared with us the history of racism and racist language, and who encouraged us all to think a little more carefully about how the things we say and do can impact on others. Thank you to Martin for sharing an important message with us and for reminding us of the importance of being kind to one another, even if we are different in any kind of way!

Y5 Expert Visitor – Train Driver

Yesterday, Year 5 enjoyed a visit from one of our Y6 children’s mums – Sarah – who is a real-life train driver. We enjoyed learning about the different roles that Sarah has worked in as well as all the training she has had to complete in order to be a successful train driver. The children asked lots of varied and interesting questions, and we were really shocked to find out that there are only 39 female train drivers in the whole country … out of 400+! Lots of the children showed huge enthusiasm for life on the tracks so perhaps we have some budding train drivers amongst our Green Top crew?