Our topic for term one is
Dungeons and Dragons
Just a few important reminders:
Please make sure PE kits are named and come to school on a Monday.
Our PE days are Wednesday and Thursday.
Year 2 spelling test will be on Friday.
Book packs will be given out and changed every Friday. If you have any questions about these please do not hesitate to ask your child's teacher.
Please try to read as often as possible with your child and record this in their reading record book.
Maths Game Websites
Here are hundreds of maths games to play together or
alone. Sumdog is especially good and you can play as a
guest if you don't want to create an account.
Here are some handy website to help with learning
World Book Day 2018
Staff and children dressed as a favourite book character and had the opportunity during assembly to show their costumes and to see what other children were wearing. Throughout the day, a series of events themed around books and stories, including paired reading between older classes and younger, teacher story-swapping with other classes, and a Book Bonanza Quiz.
We held a non-uniform day on Friday 10th November and dressed as superheroes, raising funds for Helen and Douglas House. This charity is based in Oxford, and provides vital services for children across Oxfordshire, including some children at Five Acres.
Year Six Performance - Scheherazade
Year Six performed Scheherazade, their final performance before moving on to secondary school in September. The show was amazingly well produced and well-acted and was a joy to watch. Here are some photographs to give you a flavour of the occasion.
Bicester Schools Film Festival 2017
Children from Year Three and Four Film Club attended the Bicester Schools Film Festival at the Vue Cinema in town. The festival celebrates local school children's skills in the production of short movies.
Sutton Courtenay - Year Three Visit
The Year Three children visited Sutton Courtenay nature reserves - a great day was had by all.
Pupil Voice/Democratic Circle
At Five Acres Primary School we believe that it is vitally important to listen to children and to give them a voice in how things are done. All pupils from Year One to Year Six are involved in our Democratic Circles. We wanted all children to have a chance to be involved in making decisions about the school which directly affect them. Through Circles we want to teach children about how to become active and involved citizens, who have a respect for other people and their opinions.