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PE days are Tuesdays (Tag Rugby) and Thursdays (gymnastics).

PE kit 

White Layer de la Haye logo top 

Blue Shorts 

Trainers (for outdoor PE)


Reading: Children are expected to read at home 5 days a week minimum, either with an adult or on their own. Please ensure children bring their reading journal and reading book to school every day. 

Times Tables Rock Stars: Children should access Times Tables Rockstars at least 3 times a week at home. Being able to recall times tables is essential to success in Mathematics and underpins many mathematical concepts. 

Spellings: Spellings will be introduced and set for homework on a Monday. Spellings will then be tested on a Friday. 

Does Invasion Always Change a Country's Culture?

Our Project this half term focuses on History and the invasion of the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings. 


In English, we have been learning about and writing our own haikus. 

Haikus are a form of Japanese poetry of seven syllables, in three lines of five, seven and five. 

We started by sounding out syllables in words and deciding on topics we could write a haiku about. We then explored a range of vocabulary we could use to describe a chosen topic. From this range of vocabulary, we wrote haikus as a whole class and in partners, before writing our own haikus. 

Please check back to see some of our published haikus. 

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