This week in Year 5…
Firstly, we would like to thank all of the parents in Year 5 for the incredible effort you all put in to creating fabulous Viking costumes for ‘Viking Day’. As you all know, Year 5 had a Viking visitor on Thursday and all the children had an amazing day.
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