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Homework 20th May

Homework 20th May

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Pillowcase needed in school by 5th June please…

Children will be making their own costume for the y5/6 ‘Alice in Wonderland’ production. They will need to bring in to school (by Friday 5th June) either a white pillowcase or tabard suitable to be made in to a playing card tabard. Felt will be provided for them to add detail.


Thank you.


The y5/6 production is revealed…

Alice in Wonderland!!!


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Our fantastic year 5 and 6 children are excited to get underway with this year’s Alice in Wonderland play.

So we hope you will come and join us (on the 7th and the 8th of July) for a play full of thrilling adventures.

There are some amazing songs to enjoy and sing-a-long to at the end, so make sure you come and watch ; you will be dazzled by our awesome cast.


Sock request!

Please could each child bring an old sock to school by Tuesday? It can be any colour or size, but will be cut up!

Although I’m sure most parents have a collection of lonely odd socks looking for a new home, if you are unable to provide one or your child forgets to bring it to school, please do not panic as there will be spare ones available.


Many thanks.


Mrs Radwell and Mrs Strathmann


Sports competitions

Our sporting opportunities continue…This term we have 5 qualifiers coming up for the Sainsbury’s Summer Games and we have at least 3 teams in each qualifier. It’s very exciting.

June 3rd – Year 6 Cricket
June 4th – Year 5 Cricket
June 4th – Girls Cricket
June 10th – Hockey
June 24th – Year 5 and 6 Rounders

Please return your letters ASAP so teams can be sorted and organised.


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This week the spellings are:







Your 100 word challenge is to write a plea to your teacher to request transferring to a different group.

See your teacher for mental maths practise and an activity about conjunctions.


Year 4/5 football

A group of ten years 4 and 5 boys played football, competing against other primary schools at Lincoln City’s Sincil Bank football ground. Having only had one training session as a team, they came 8th out of twenty schools to get to the quarter finals. Winning that game resulted in Waddington All Saints getting to the top four and playing in the semi-finals, which they then went on to lose a very respectable 1-0. It was a fantastic day, with outstanding skills demonstrated and a typical All Saints team spirit.

Y45 football lincoln city


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