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Dear Year 5,

 

We all hope you have had a lovely, restful half-term holiday and are looking forward to an exciting term of learning. The end fire door will be open for you to go straight up to your classrooms from 8:40 every morning and collection time from the MUGA will be at 3:10 each day. 

 

Please remember to wash your hands as soon as you come into the classroom, and that as our windows will be open for ventilation purposes it can get a little chillier inside than you might be used to, so in spite of the warm weather a jumper for indoors might still be useful. On hot days it would be sensible to wear sunscreen and a sun hat as shade on our playground is limited

 

Best wishes and stay safe,

 

The Year 5 Team.

 

Mr Hawkins

alex.hawkins@bristol-schools.uk 

Mr Hughes

tom.hughes@bristol-schools.uk

Miss Nisbet

ella.nisbet@bristol-schools.uk

Mrs Franklin

r.franklin@bristol-schools.uk

Year 5 Term 6 PE Timetable

 

All of Year 5 will be swimming every Monday morning until the end of Term. Please remember to pack a towel, underwear and goggles if required. Please could children preferably come to school with their swimming gear under their PE kit on Mondays. The children are in the water for an hour swimming so we recommend a hearty, healthy morning snack too. 

 

Week 1 (Weeks beginning 7th June, 21st June, 5th July, 19th July) 

 

5A - Monday (swimming) and Wednesday (PE) 

5F - Monday (swimming) and Tuesday (PE)

5H - Monday (swimming) Wednesday

5N- Monday (swimming)

 

Week 2 (Weeks beginning 14th June, 28th June, 12th July)

 

5A - Monday (Swimming) and Tuesday (PE)

5F - Monday (swimming)

5H - Monday (swimming) Thursday

5N- Monday (swimming) and Tuesday (PE)

 

First News

If you are missing leafing through our lovely First News newspapers, they are available online. Both on our website and on a special touch screen interactive version. Details are here:

Helping your child cope during the pandemic

 

It is absolutely normal that you child will be feeling many different emotions throughout this time. Sometimes they may feel things that are hard to express and seemingly never ending. 

The link below takes you to a child friendly information website about Coronavirus, with tips about how to stay healthy and feelings the children might be experiencing. It also has tips for mental health and how to look after yourself. 

The course follows 9 'lessons' but it is possible to scroll through each of the screens and read them along side your child all in one go. 

We suggest you pay particular attention to lesson 4 'How you feel' and lesson 5 'Tips for Mental Health'.

The link takes you to a log in page. Press 'log in a guest' and it will direct you to the course. If you have any problems accessing the website, please do let us know. 

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