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Children are invited to wear their Christmas jumpers on 13th December......We are looking to recruit Casual Midday's - if you would be interested in applying and for further information/application form please speak to Pauline Grady, School Business Manager, at the main office......There are spaces available in our full time nursery class both for families eligible for 30 funded hours and also those families wanting to pay to increase from the universal 15 hours up to 30 hours. Pauline and Alison in the school office can assist families with this.....Well Done to the Bev Lee Winners, you can have a look at our Bev Lee pictures on our notice board ........For the second year running Kings Road has been shortlisted as primary school of the year for the whole of Greater Manchester! .... Follow us on our school Twitter @kingsroadcps for all our updates

Year 5

Welcome to Year 5.....


Our fabulous Year 5 teachers are Mrs Hoodless/Miss Buckley, 

Mrs Qazi and Mr Norman!

We are also fortunate to be supported by Miss Evans,

Miss McCarrick, Miss Machin and Mrs Castillo!

Please visit our pages to experience our exciting curriculum in Year 5!

 

QUICK CLASS INFO:

5HB

PE - Monday & Wednesday

Books changed - Monday

Homework & Spelling Test - Friday

 

5N

PE - Wednesday & Friday

Books changed - Friday

Homework & Spelling Test - Thursday

 

5Q

PE - Monday & Wednesday

Books changed - Wednesday

Homework & Spelling Test - Friday

UKS2 Newsletter - Autumn 2018

IGNITE Launch

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Travelling back in time to Ancient Greece

Travelling back in time to Ancient Greece 1
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Travelling back in time to Ancient Greece 3
Travelling back in time to Ancient Greece 4
Travelling back in time to Ancient Greece 5

5HB Class Assembly - 17th October 2018

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To explore the theme of 'Our Heritage', we enjoyed a visit by local resident, Eleanor Crowther, who told us all about her life growing up in Old Trafford.  We then visited Pavilion Lodge, a local residential home for the elderly, to get to know our local neighbours.  One of our parents also gave us a fascinating talk about her native Zimbabwe and we enjoyed performing a Zimbabwean folk tale.  We are all proud of our heritage and believe that behind every 'ordinary person' lies 'an extraordinary story'!

'Royal Write' feedback!

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We each listened to our recorded feedback about our letters from Stanley Yelnats to Mom ('Holes'). Then we made improvements using our purple pens.
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