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BFGs (Miss Edwards)

                Welcome to Year 5!
Picture 1 Miss Edwards

I am Miss Edwards and I teach Year 5 at Longmoor Primary School. This is my fourth year teaching at Longmoor and I still love it! I am even more excited this year as lots of my BFGs were taught by me in Year 2! I can't wait to see how much you've grown and matured and how clever you have become! I'm looking forward to a spectacular year full of hard work, enthusiasm and determination but most of all, lots of fun.

 

Aside from my love of teaching, I love to travel and enjoy trying out new adventurous things during the school holidays! This Summer I learnt to surf in Devon (and ate lots of scones and pasties) with my family and Wilson, my 2 year old Golden Retriever then I traveled through Vietnam. It's certainly a bit different to England there but I had a fantastic time! When not on holiday, I like dance and spend lots of time with friends. I love anything pink, sparkly or edible and my favourite subject is maths!

 

Important Dates for this Half Term

 

23rd Jan - NSPCC Assembly
31st Jan - NSPCC Workshop
1st Feb - Brazilian WOW Day
5th Feb - Safer Internet Day
6th Feb - SPACE VR Workshop
15th Feb - INSET Day and Break up

                                                     Housekeeping!

P.E

We have P.E on Monday (indoor) and Tuesday (outdoor) so please remember P.E kits and remove earrings. Please ensure your child has a full outdoor P.E kit in school as it will be getting cold outside!

 

Class Dojo

Class Dojo is the reward system that we are using at Longmoor. The teachers are able to give out points for a variety of good behaviours around school.

You should have received a code to allow you to see how many points your child has got and what they were for. If you have not got it yet, please let me know and I will arrange for another one to be sent to you.

You can access the website at www.classdojo.com or download the app on Android or Apple phones and tablets.

 

How to help your child with reading comprehension at home.

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