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Hagrid Class 2020 - 2021


In Hagrid Class we have lots of fun and laughter! On this page you will find our class news and lots of interesting pictures showing you what we have done.


Important information about us!

Teacher: Miss Pike

LSP: Miss Foster


Additional Important Information:

 In Year 5, our school day begins at 8:40am and finishes at 2:50pm.

 Children can bring a named water bottle which needs to contain only water or squash.

 There will not be any toast provided at break time however children can bring a small snack with them to school to eat at break time such as: fruit or raisins.

 The children can come to school on a Tuesday dressed in their PE kit with suitable footwear. PE will be outside on the playground.

 Your child will be given a reading book specific to their reading level over the next two weeks. We would like the children to read as much as they can at home and record this in their reading record. Books will be changed on a weekly basis.

 Homework cannot be brought back into school so if you have any queries please email the class email address:


Thank you so much for your continued support. 



PE Day:

Every Wednesday




Homework will be sent out at the beginning the term. It will contain a range of activities. The children need to complete one activity per week. 



Mathletics, Times Table Rockstars, Spelling Shed and Purple Mash:


Children can access these websites from home. Each child has an individual username and password. Mathletics is an excellent resource which allows children to practise their mathematical skills.



School Council:

Our School Council representatives are...



Lilly and Harry





Every week, we celebrate our successes by having a Writer of the Week, Maths Mind, Sports Player and a VIP!

Our congratulations this week goes to...




Maths Mind -



Writer of the Week -



Sports Player of the Week -



Important dates for your diary:






Christmas Week

Monday 14th December - Friday 18th December

This week we have had lots of fun! On Monday, we made our calendars for 2021! We were so impressed with how they turned out. We hope you like them as much as we do. 



On Tuesday, we made some lovely Christmas pictures which show a snowy scene with decorated trees.


We also created Christmas cards for our families. Well done Hagrid Class they look fantastic! 




On Wednesday, we started our day with Breakfast with Santa. We enjoyed our morning feast and saying hello to Santa.

We then had Christmas dinner with our friends. We enjoyed sitting with friends, pulling crackers and telling jokes. 


On Thursday, we had a super fun party. We spent the morning preparing for it by making crackers and party hats. We set up the table up beautifully using the placemats which we decorated earlier in the week. 

We had lots of fun talking and eating with our friends. 

We also played some party games. We had prizes for the winners and for those with superstar dance moves! 

Thank you for an amazingly fun week Hagrid Class! We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. Have a lovely Christmas holiday and we look forward to seeing you ready for a brand new term!

Christmas Jumper Day

On Friday 11th December, we all came to school in our Christmas jumpers!

We brought in a donation and looked wonderful and festive in our Christmas outfits for the day!

Thank you to everyone who donated!

Christmas Card Competition

For Christmas this year, James Morris set his annual competition of designing a Christmas card. We worked really hard and sent some amazing cards to him to see. There were over 750 entries from a range of children from lots of different schools. All of your designs were amazing Hagrid Class. Well done!





In RE, we learnt all about Diwali - the Festival of Light! We spoke all about the traditions of the celebration and what happens on this special day. We learnt that during this festival, it is common for people to make colourful designs on the floor in their house, to serve as a welcoming gesture and bring good luck. These patterns are called Rangoli. We had a go at colouring in Rangoli patterns and some of us even designed our own!



Remembrance Day 2020


For Remembrance Day this year, James Morris asked schools in Sandwell to produce some art work to remember the different Poppy Day we had this year.
We all designed our own Poppy Day pictures and sent them to James Morris.



He was extremely impressed with our designs and mentioned us on his social media. 
Well done everyone!