This is an archived version of the Class 5 blog from 2012-2013. We are now known as Y5 Moonstone Class and you can visit our new blog at:
We would like to welcome you to our brand new blog! Class 5 is a Year 5 class of primary school children at Holy Trinity Rosehill in the North East of England. We are very pleased that you have chosen to visit us today and we really hope that we become one of your favourites. We are VERY excited about sharing all of our fun and exciting learning with the whole world!
We would love to hear from you! So if you can spare a minute or two, please leave us a comment - it would make our day!
Words of wisdom…
- Space is for everybody… that’s our future out there! Christa McAuliffe
Things to remember:
We're still reading for pleasure - what is your favourite book? Please also remember to bring your contact books/reading journals to school. Remember to post your favourite books on the Book Wall as part of The Book Project with Gail Terp.
During this term we will be really focusing on getting three signatures for reading and a detailed comment about what you have read. Homework this week is to read as much as you can!
Each week, one member of Class 5 is awarded the title of Blogger of the week. This week the award goes to: Amelia
For enthusiastic blog comments!
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We use our Twitter feed to share our learning with the world in a safe and meaningful way. All Twitter activity is screened by Mr Waller.
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Our Class Novels
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