Welcome to Glennie Class 2018-2019
Welcome to the Glennie Class page of the school website! We are 27 Yr.5/6 children and our teacher is Mr Harmer. Mrs Woodhouse, Mrs Ashford and Mrs Robertson are TAs who all work in our classroom at different times of the week. We like a challenge and look forward to plenty of chances to test our brains 'to the max.' over the course of the next year!
Yr6 SATs May 2019
Here are the dates of the Yr6 SATs
|Monday 13 May||English grammar, punctuation and spelling papers 1 and 2|
|Tuesday 14 May||English reading|
|Wednesday 15 May||Mathematics papers 1 and 2|
|Thursday 16 May||Mathematics paper 3|
Well done to the Gayton Rugby teams who played with great determination, perseverance and ever-increasing skill at the recent tournament held at West Norfolk Rugby Club. Thank you to Mrs Antliff and Mrs Scott for supporting!
Forest Schools for Glennie Class starts this Monday morning - 1.7.19
Please send the children to school dressed and 'ready for action' in the woodland area each Monday morning for the rest of the term. Wear old clothes and footwear which you don't mind them getting wet or dirty. Please send the children with a coat as we will be going out, even if it rains! If it is sunny, please send them with a hat and apply sun cream before school. Thank you!
Reports will be coming home on Friday 12th July, along with the SATs results for Year 6.
There will be a chance to 'pop-in' and see Mr Harmer after school on Tuesday 16th July from 3:30 - 4pm if you wish to discuss any aspects of the report.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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