It’s World Book Day on Thursday 1st March. Don’t forget to come to school dressed up as your favourite book character.
Everyone at Kitwell will be given a voucher entitling them to have £1 off a specially chosen selection of World Book Day books. Remind your teacher to give them out.
Here’s the link to the ‘World Book Day’ website:-
Go and have a look around! And here’s a link to a really old photo gallery from 2002 when everyone at Kitwell dressed up for ‘World Book Day’:-
Do you recognise any older brothers and sisters?
Here are this week’s spellings. Remember – looking at them for a few minutes each night is much better than leaving them to the day before the test. Here we go:-
Here are our Good Work Superstars for this week:-
Shaun managed to get 13 out of 6 on his spelling test!
Armani managed to get 26 out of 10 on his spelling tests!
Lucas and Abbie have both produced brilliant Space projects!!
Well done to all of them!!!
Come to school dressed as your favourite book character! Who will you be?
Well done to these people for their achievements in ‘Good Work’ assembly:-
Luke M. for his mobile phone instruction writing;
Declan for his skateboard research work and for answering difficult skateboard questions in assembly;
Branndon, Kelise and Chloe Ad. for their skateboard research poster;
Chloe Al. for her brilliant ‘Super Death Hot Chilli Cheese on Toast’ instruction writing.
Hello, Class 5!
Here are your new sets of spellings. Don’t forget that if you want extra marks you can learn spellings from other groups as well. If you’re not sure what the spellings mean then ask an adult at home or use the internet or a dictionary. If you’ve missed the Week 1 spelling test then you’ll be able to do it when you come back after half term. Here you go:-
Zephaniahs – ‘cian’ and ‘ologist’
Milligans – ‘cian’
Rosens – ‘ic’ and ‘cian’
You’ve been learning about 2D and 3D shapes with Mrs Payne. Take a look at this webpage:-
It gives you lots of important information about 2D and 3D shapes. See how much you can learn. Maybe you can help Mrs Payne teach the next shape lesson!