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Year 5 2014-2015

IMPORTANT INFORMATION- PLEASE READ CAREFULLY.

Year 5 trip to London Aquarium CHANGE OF DATE.

 

Due to a higher than usual demand on coaches during the month of July, the Year 5 summer trip to London has been moved forward to Tuesday 23rd June 2015. The timings of the trip remain exactly the same. Leaving school at 7:30am and leaving London at 2:30pm. 

 

Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. 

PE Kit- white polo shirt with or without the Glyncoed logo, black/blue shorts or jogging bottoms,(for outside lessons) black PE pumps for indoor lessons or trainers for outside lessons. Indoor/Outdoor PE sessions will take place on Monday and Tuesday afternoons. The children have PE with SuperStars on Tuesday afternoons so please remind them to bring in the correct kit so they can fully participate.

 

 

Reading books- We will regularly provide your children with a reading book from our bug club library which is levelled correctly for their reading ability. To accompany this they should continue using their home/school reader journal which is to be used when listening to your child read. You can make a comment in the journal that refers to how well your child has read the book (including errors made/parts they struggled with), how confident their reading was and whether or not they enjoyed the text. We ask that you aim to listen to your child read 3 times a week to accompany the various reading activities we provide in school. 

Topic Launch Trip - Big Pit

Friday 17th October 2014

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Marc Griffiths visiting Year 5- GET OUT YOUR BOX

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"GET OUT YOUR BOX!"

 

The children of Glyncoed Primary School were extremely lucky to get out their box last week with a surprise visit from inspirational ventriloquist Marc Griffiths. Marc has been a contestant on Britain's Got Talent and is an absolute favourite of everyone here at Glyncoed. He spoke to the whole school in assembly about being a hero and how we can all be heroes if we just try hard enough. He introduced us to characters like Major Chuckles who encouraged the children to treat each other with respect. A simple act of a hero. 

 

The fun did not end there! Year 5 were lucky enough to receive another visit from Marc the following day where he talked to the children about controlling their behaviour. He brought along the children's favourite puppet Kevin to emphasise that we all have a remote control inside which makes only us responsible for our actions. Great advice from a great person. 

 

Everyone in Year 5 would like to say a HUGE thank you to Marc and his friends! We hope to see you again soon! 

 

You can subscribe to Marc's youtube channel by searching for getoutyourbox (One word) 

 

 

Year 5 Autumn Term

 

Welcome back to everyone in Year 5. We hope you had a fantastic, fun packed summer holiday and are feeling refreshed and ready to hit the Autumn term running. As your class teachers, myself and Miss Murray want you to carry on all the positive elements that you brought to an awesome Year 4. Our expectations of you will now increase as you move up a year group so try to keep in mind the Glyncoed Golden Rules and Mission Statement which will help guide you through a successful academic year. We wish you all the best, work hard, be independent and most importantly smile and enjoy your time in Year 5.

 

I would like to take this opportunity to extend a warm welcome to Miss Murray who has made the trip all the way from Slough near London to join the Glyncoed Primary School family. All of you who had a fantastic year in 4L will now have the chance to continue your education with a vibrant and exciting new teacher. You are very lucky young people, make sure you appreciate your teacher and build positive relationships with her as the year progresses.

 

Many thanks,

 

Mr.Davies

 

Miss Murray

I would like to say a warm hello to the children and parents of Glyncoed Primary School. I am extremely excited to be returning to Wales and begin teaching at such a welcoming school. I’m looking forward to getting to know everyone in Year 5 and I am sure we’ll have a fantastic year together. Please feel free to pop into 5M, say hello and ask any questions you might have about the up and coming term.

 

Many thanks,

Miss Murray.

 

House keeping

 

Attendance- Remember our weekly target for class attendance is 96% so make sure you arrive on time and make that EXTRA EFFORT to attend even when you're not feeling the best.

 

Uniform- Blue jumper/cardigan with or without the Glyncoed logo, white shirt/polo shirt with or without the Glyncoed logo, grey trousers/skirt and black shoes. (Not trainers)

 

PE Kit- white polo shirt with or without the Glyncoed logo, black/blue shorts or jogging bottoms,(for outside lessons) black PE pumps for indoor lessons or trainers for outside lessons.

 

 

Reading books- We will regularly provide your children with a reading book from our bug club library which is levelled correctly for their reading ability. To accompany this they should continue using their home/school reader journal which is to be used when listening to your child read. You can make a comment in the journal that refers to how well your child has read the book (including errors made/parts they struggled with), how confident their reading was and whether or not they enjoyed the text. We ask that you aim to listen to your child read 3 times a week to accompany the various reading activities we provide in school. 

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