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Thursday 26th March

 

26.3.2020

Task 1

Literacy

Using direct speech – follow the task carefully

You will need to think about: inverted commas/punctuation to separate speech from character/maybe using a subordinating conjunction to add detail and to advance the action/split speech

These are things that we have practised, developed and used when we have written our stories.

Task:        Think about what people have said to you today

Write five different pieces of direct speech that are structured accurately and have precise punctuation.

Eg  1.     ‘Will you please listen to me,’ said Dad, as he reached down to pick up the pen that I had accidentally flicked at him.

Eg  2.          ‘Who’s left the bathroom light on again,’ called Mum, as she came down the stairs carrying a big pile of washing. ‘That’s the fifth time this week!’

Look carefully at how I have used my punctuation. Eg 2 is of course split speech.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Task 2   Numeracy – you must use your maths book for this task. Follow instructions carefully

Translation     Do a quick Google to remind yourselves. It’s when you move a shape into a different position by moving it on a point up/down/left/right.

The right angled triangle below has been translated     6 Right      5 down

 

 

When you draw the first shape place them in the middle of the page. Don’t draw the shapes too big. We did a similar task just a couple of weeks ago and everybody managed to do it.

 

Task – make sure you write down how you moved the shapes – up/down/left/right and how many

1. Draw a right angled triangle and then translate it 4 right 2 down

2. Draw a rectangle and then translate it 5 right 3 down

3. Draw a square and then translate it 4 left 2 down

4. A couple of screenshot questions to finish off with

 

Sam Learning – dip into literacy and numeracy please

Time slot for reading.

 

Research work for British explorers.    Blue Peter at 5.30pm.

 

Blue Peter at 5.30pm

 

 

Wednesday 25th March

 

 25.3.2020

Task 1

Literacy

 

Google relative pronouns and make a list of them. Neat handwriting please.

 

  1. Now write a main clause

eg     Across the road stood a young man.

  1. Rewrite the sentence and then add a relative clause using a relative pronoun.

eg    Across the road stood a young man who I did not recognise at all.

 

Remember that you don’t use a comma when putting the relative clause at the end of the sentence.

  1. Do the same three more times using different pronouns.
  2. Edit each of your sentences to make sure they are precise and clear.

 

Task 2   Numeracy

Perimeter and Area

Do a quick Google if you need to remind yourselves.

 

I’d like you to draw six different rectangles – with a ruler.

Measure the length and width – write the measurements on the length and width.

For each one:

  1. Calculate the perimeter
  2. Calculate the area

 

  1. Final task – draw a rectangle that is 8cm x 3cm and then shade 3/8 of it.

Remember to count all the squares inside and then find 3/8 of that amount of squares.

 

Sam Learning – dip into literacy and numeracy please

Time slot for reading.

 

Research work for British explorers.

 

Operation Ouch BBC iplayer

 

 

Tuesday 24th March

 24.3.2020

Task 1

Literacy – neat handwriting please

  1. Write four sentences that are ACTIVE     

where the doer is doing                                     subject and then the verb

 

eg         The dog jumped over the wall.

 

  1. Now change the same sentences into PASSIVE 

Where the doing is being done by the doer    verb and then the subject

 

eg          Over the wall jumped the dog.

 

  1.  Even though your sentences will be short, edit them to make sure they are clear and precise. You can always do some more if you wish.

 

 

Task 2   Numeracy

Please do the following calculations. Use the methods we have used in class – do not do them on the calculator although you can use the calculator to check. If you get it wrong then do it again.

You will not be able to check the fraction questions with the calculator.

Be neat, precise and careful. Think carefully about what you have to do before you start each one. The questions get steadily harder.

  1. 567.246 + 39.99      
  2. 876.87 – 49.984                    
  3. 45000 divided by 900               
  4. 4339 x 27              
  5. 97 – 25.45
  6. 41.67 divided by 7               
  7. 46 – 2.349   
  8. 27% of 400
  9. 3/7 of 434
  10. 3542 divided by 14
  11. Do the screenshot reasoning questions

 

 

Sam Learning – dip into literacy and numeracy please

Time slot for reading.

 

Operation Ouch BBC iplayer

 

 

 

 

Monday 23.3.2020

 

 23.3.2020

Task 1

Literacy

  1. Could you please learn the following spellings (about ten mins):

Disastrous

Marvellous

Frantic

Aggressive

Awkward

Obstinate

Use Google/dictionary meanings if unsure

  1. After taking time to learn them, now use them to create five individual sentences – just like we would do in the literacy lessons in the back of our books.

Use subordinating conjunctions/clauses to start your sentences eg whilst/even though/as/despite

Eg Whilst the frantic boy ran across the road, the aggressive dog followed him and nipped at his heels.

Make sure you edit your sentences to make sure punctuation is precise and that the sentence makes sense.

 

 

Task 2

Numeracy

Please do the following calculations. Use the methods we have used in class – do not do them on the calculator although you can use the calculator to check. If you get it wrong then do it again.

You will not be able to check the fraction questions with the calculator.

Be neat, precise and careful. Think carefully about what you have to do before you start each one. The questions get steadily harder.

  1. 47.356 + 297.688       decimal point
  2. 64398 – 28199                    
  3. 300 x 700                 summat to do with the zeros          
  4. 365 x 45              
  5. 10 – 17                      don’t be fooled
  6. 3/5 + 7/10                need a common denominator
  7. 46 – 2.349                whole number has a decimal point
  8. 4/7 X 6/8                  keep it change it flip it
  9. 2 2/3 + 4 ¼            add whole numbers first and then sort the denominators
  10. 4/9   divided by   6/7       keep it change it flip it

 

 

Sam Learning – dip into literacy and numeracy please

Time slot for reading.

 

Have a lookout for Deadly 60 with Steve Backshall CBBC 5.30pm

There are plenty on catch up TV BBCiPlayer

3.2.2020

Absolutely essential that the homework tasks are being completed and returned the next day. There are still children who don't always do this. Mums/dads please be aware of letter saying that your child has not returned the homework and that a reply slip needs to be completed.

As always homework tasks are:

Literacy and Numeracy worksheets

Spellings

Reading

Timestable grids/TT Rockstars

Sam Learning

Wb 20.1.2020

 

As we now prepare for the SAT's, it is very important that all the children are completing and returning their literacy and numeracy homework worksheets. Could mums and dads try to make sure their children are doing this - it's all good preparation for the demands of high school when they find out that they have to do their homework and have to stick to deadlines. We tell the children to put the completed worksheets in their school bags as soon as they have finished it - this ensures they don't misplace it or forget to bring it back.

Thankyou for your support.

 

This week:

numeracy worksheets

grammar worksheets

(All children are encouraged to share their homework with mum/dad/older siblings and to complete carefully and accurately as much as they can.)

 

Sam Learning

TT Rockstars

Home reading

..................................................................................................................................................................................Christmas Thankyou

 

THANKYOU SO MUCH FOR THE PREZZIES - THEY WERE LOVELY. BEER, LUFC PEN, TRINITY MUG,

RUBIX CUBE, CHOCCIES, DOG CUP COASTER AND ... SOAP !! 

A Merry Christmas to everyone.

 

No homework sheets but can you all try to do a bit of Sam Learning/TT Rockstars and I'm sure Santa will be delivering a new book that you can get stuck into. 

 

Can you all try to bring in an empty shoe box when you return in January.

Hope your mums,dads or whoever else enjoyed their festive xmas card. You did a grand job with them.

Hope your mums,dads or whoever else enjoyed their festive xmas card. You did a grand job with them. 1

Wb 16.12.19

It's Christmas Week so just a few reminders:

 

We are doing our Christmas performance on Wednesday so make sure you have your jumper/outfit and of course your best singing voices.

 

Thursday is Party Day. Would everybody be able to donate 50p to go towards a bit of something to eat and drink.

Come to school in uniform and you can get changed at lunch.

Wb 2.12.19

Mr Shaw's numeracy group are going to have regular arithmetic homework. Nothing too much, just six questions. There will be a variety of questions and the aim will be to complete them as quickly as possible and of course to get them all right. This should only take about 5 mins to complete.

Timestable grids need to be taken regularly and TT Rockstars is a must!

 

Spellings to be learnt for Friday test.

Reading.

Grammar worksheets.

Wb 18.11.19

 

Please make sure homework tasks are being completed - especially when doing the worksheets. Ensure that it is put in your school bag so that it is returned to class for us all to mark and go through it. If you are unsure about any of the questions, you MUST find someone who can help you - and that can include mum, dad, brother, sister, one of your friends and even Google.

Just recently, some of us are not being as thorough and as careful as we should be in making sure we take it home, complete it and then return. Remember, that this is all prep for going to high school - if homework isn't returned at the high school no excuses will be accepted by them and you will receive the dreaded detentions!!!!

 

This week:

Grammar worksheet

Numeracy reasoning worksheet

TT Rockstars

Sam Learning

Spellings

Reading 

If you are in the xmas production, I hope you are learning your lines !!!

Schools 50th Birthday. We had a lovely assembly and in the afternoon a bit of a quiz, a few games and of course some squash, biscuits and crisps.

Schools 50th Birthday.        We had a lovely assembly and in the afternoon a bit of a quiz, a few games and of course some squash, biscuits and crisps. 1
Schools 50th Birthday.        We had a lovely assembly and in the afternoon a bit of a quiz, a few games and of course some squash, biscuits and crisps. 2
Schools 50th Birthday.        We had a lovely assembly and in the afternoon a bit of a quiz, a few games and of course some squash, biscuits and crisps. 3
Schools 50th Birthday.        We had a lovely assembly and in the afternoon a bit of a quiz, a few games and of course some squash, biscuits and crisps. 4

Wb 11.11.19

Homework

 

Grammar worksheet

Numeracy reasoning and TT Rockstars - many of us still need to work hard at our times tables.

 

SAM LEARNING

Reading ... and spellings to be learnt for Friday.

October Half Term

 

It's been a long one but we have all worked hard this half term.

 

Hope you all have a lovely break ... but try to keep things ticking over by doing the little bits of homework you've been given.

Just two hours of Sam Learning and of course do your usual bedtime reading.

 

Come back nice and refreshed and we'll head towards Christmas.

Homework wb 7.10.19

 

Grammar worksheets to be completed and returned.

 

Everybody has login details for Sam Learning and TT Rockstars  - these should be being used on a regular basis.

Times table grids can be taken whenever you wish.

 

Can people please make sure they are picking up their home reading bags - especially those that are still on the reading scheme.

 

Next week we will be having a harvest celebration assembly. Any donations of tins, packets etc would be greatly appreciated.

Login details for Sam Learning

 

Centre ID        WF5SP

User ID            Six digit date of birth and initials      eg 300465PS

Password        Six digit date of birth and initials      eg 300465PS

 

Login details for TT Rockstars

 

username     first initial of christian name, full stop, surname  eg   p.shaw  

password     you should know your password.

                      If you cannot remember it you must see Mr Shaw

Homework wb 23.9.19

 

To prepare for high school we, just like them, expect homework to be completed and returned.

Spellings are given on a Monday to learn at home ready for a test on Friday.

Grammar worksheets are to be completed and returned the next day so that the class can go through questions and answers together - if you struggle with any of the questions or language you can always ask older siblings/parents/grandparents/google for help.

We expect everybody to be doing some reading at home - make sure you are returning the Home Reading Book every week so that we can keep track.

 

We are hoping to set up TT Rock Stars - an online times table programme - and everyone should receive their login details very shortly. Mr Shaw has some times table grids that can also be taken whenever you so wish.

 

Sam Learning, another great online learning site, is also being set up. Details to follow about how to login.

 

 

Scarecrow stuff

 

Jack's mum from Jack and the Beanstalk.

 

tights

two pillows

straw/wadding

dress

headscarf

wool for hair

pinny

bead necklace

Class of 2019 - 2020

Class of 2019 - 2020 1

HELLO to kids, mums and dads - a new year, a new start. 

September 2019

 

Please take multiplication grids to practise your times tables.

Everybody should be reading and bringing their Home Reading Record Book into school every week so that we can keep a record of what you are enjoying.

 

We are hoping to set up login details for Sam Learning - an online learning programme - so you will be able to access it at home.

 

TT Rockstars is a great online programme that helps you to develop your times tables. You may already have a password and login but if you haven't we will sort it out for you.

 

We go swimming on Thursday. Boys must have swimming trunks/shorts. Baggy shorts are not allowed. Everyone needs a swimming cap - these can be purchased from the pool for £1.00

PE is on a Friday. Make sure your kit is in school all week because poor weather may mean we choose another slot during the week.

 

Early Birds is starting Monday 9th September - make sure you are attending.

 

Year 5/6 football club has started and is on a Thursday afternoon - finishes 4.20pm

Karate starts  Wednesday 11th - finishes 4.20pm

 

Other after school sports will commence week beg 16.9.19

Tuesday multisports - finishes 4.20pm

Friday Bootcamp - finishes 4.20pm

If you don't manage to get a place on the clubs, we will be reallocating after xmas so that everyone has the opportunity to attend. 

 

Maths Clubs:

Mr Shaw/ Mr Lewty/ Mr Morton after school numeracy groups will be starting on Wednesday 11th September. It would be great to see plenty of kids attending these sessions. It's a great opportunity to strengthen and develop your maths skills. The sessions will finish at 4.20pm so if anybody has other commitments later on in the evening they still have time to get home and have their tea. If any of the children attend Karate then they are more than welcome to alternate between this and numeracy tuition.

Bake Off ! Lovely selection !

Bake Off !  Lovely selection ! 1
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ROBIN WOOD 2019

REMINDER FOR MUM AND DAD THAT WE ARE GOING TO ROBIN WOOD ON MONDAY 3rd JUNE AND WILL RETURN ON WEDNESDAY 5TH JUNE.

INFORMATION PACKS WITH KIT LISTS, MEDICAL FORMS etc WILL BE PROVIDED AFTER THE EASTER BREAK.

DO NOT WORRY, THERE WILL BE NO NEED TO PURCHASE ANYTHING SPECIAL FOR YOUR CHILD REGARDING THE VISIT. WELLIES AND WATERPROOFS ARE PROVIDED BY ROBIN HOOD - YOUR CHILD'S KIT LIST WILL BE BASICALLY PLAYING OUT CLOTHES.

11.2.19 We had a lovely Aspirations morning. Assembly was great and then we welcomed adults to the classroom and were able to ask lots of questions - they all had very interesting jobs and lots to tell us : a designer/inventor, make up artist, an officer from Wakefield District Housing, a CSI officer and a premiership football referee !

11.2.19     We had a lovely Aspirations morning. Assembly was great and then we welcomed adults to the classroom and were able to ask lots of questions - they all had very interesting jobs and lots to tell us :   a designer/inventor, make up artist, an officer from Wakefield District Housing, a CSI officer and a premiership football referee ! 1
11.2.19     We had a lovely Aspirations morning. Assembly was great and then we welcomed adults to the classroom and were able to ask lots of questions - they all had very interesting jobs and lots to tell us :   a designer/inventor, make up artist, an officer from Wakefield District Housing, a CSI officer and a premiership football referee ! 2
11.2.19     We had a lovely Aspirations morning. Assembly was great and then we welcomed adults to the classroom and were able to ask lots of questions - they all had very interesting jobs and lots to tell us :   a designer/inventor, make up artist, an officer from Wakefield District Housing, a CSI officer and a premiership football referee ! 3
11.2.19     We had a lovely Aspirations morning. Assembly was great and then we welcomed adults to the classroom and were able to ask lots of questions - they all had very interesting jobs and lots to tell us :   a designer/inventor, make up artist, an officer from Wakefield District Housing, a CSI officer and a premiership football referee ! 4
11.2.19     We had a lovely Aspirations morning. Assembly was great and then we welcomed adults to the classroom and were able to ask lots of questions - they all had very interesting jobs and lots to tell us :   a designer/inventor, make up artist, an officer from Wakefield District Housing, a CSI officer and a premiership football referee ! 5

A pleasant afternoon making vegetable soup with Mrs Yates aka Miss Fourie.

Another year, another lot ;-) Welcome to the 'Class of 2018 - 2019'

Another year, another lot ;-)  Welcome to the 'Class of 2018 - 2019' 1

Message from Mr Shaw to all Y6 parents and children.

 

Thank you so much for all of the kind presents and cards. It's been a lovely year and the kids are a credit to you all.

 

Have a lovely summer and hope all goes well for everybody in September.

Our trip to the plague village of Eyam - judging by the second photo, it looks like we've caught summat !

Our trip to the plague village of Eyam - judging by the second photo, it looks like we've caught summat ! 1
Our trip to the plague village of Eyam - judging by the second photo, it looks like we've caught summat ! 2

It's been a busy old sports week - reckon everybody needs a sit down after all that exercise !

It's been a busy old sports week - reckon everybody needs a sit down after all that exercise ! 1

SPORTS/HEALTHY WEEK

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Our Tour de Yorkshire team - more photos on the PE page

Our Tour de Yorkshire team - more photos on the PE page 1

Date for the diary:

Our Y5/6 Sports Day is on Friday 13th July in the afternoon - starting at 1:30pm.

Well, what a blast we had at Robin Wood. Everybody made the trip loads of fun. Here are the photos that Mr Shaw took of his group - there will be more to follow.

Next week...

 

On Monday, RobinWooders need to go straight to the hall for half past seven with their cases. An adult MUST speak with either Miss Wilby or Miss Sutcliffe and check that contact phone numbers are correct. Medication must be passed to the teachers and this includes the travel sickness medication. Remember guys to bring a small daypack for any stuff you may wish to have on the coach with you. This pack will have to be carried by yourself from the coach on the 40 minute walk to the centre. No phones, cameras or sprays of any kind can be taken. 

 

For those staying in Ossett .... you will be having a fantastic time baking, swimming, creating, designing, digging, competing, building, squishing, dipping and eating!

You will need your swimming kits on Tuesday.

You will need your P.E. kits on Wednesday.

On Thursday, Mr Brown may ask you to wear old clothes if you are working in the garden. The others are going to be very jealous when they hear what you have been up to...

7.5.18 Spent a pleasant afternoon in the garden identifying plants and animals to group and classify on our sorting diagrams. Animals and plants, vertebrates and invertebrates, vascular and non vascular - you name it, we found it !

7.5.18  Spent a pleasant afternoon in the garden identifying plants and animals to group and classify on our sorting diagrams. Animals and plants, vertebrates and invertebrates, vascular and non vascular - you name it, we found it ! 1
7.5.18  Spent a pleasant afternoon in the garden identifying plants and animals to group and classify on our sorting diagrams. Animals and plants, vertebrates and invertebrates, vascular and non vascular - you name it, we found it ! 2
7.5.18  Spent a pleasant afternoon in the garden identifying plants and animals to group and classify on our sorting diagrams. Animals and plants, vertebrates and invertebrates, vascular and non vascular - you name it, we found it ! 3
7.5.18  Spent a pleasant afternoon in the garden identifying plants and animals to group and classify on our sorting diagrams. Animals and plants, vertebrates and invertebrates, vascular and non vascular - you name it, we found it ! 4

Spent a very pleasant Thursday afternoon making a delicious salad - well, Mr Shaw thought so ! Many thanks to Miss Fourie for sharing her culinary skills.

23.3.18 Another great session was had this afternoon, the kids raised £50 for Wakefield Whirlwinds, well done kids!

23.3.18 Another great session was had this afternoon, the kids raised £50 for Wakefield Whirlwinds, well done kids! 1

16.3.18 A great time had by all with Steve Greatorex who gave the kids the opportunity to try out Wheelchair Basketball. We've got another session next week ! Can't wait !

16.3.18 A great time had by all with Steve Greatorex who gave the kids the opportunity to try out Wheelchair Basketball. We've got another session next week ! Can't wait ! 1
16.3.18 A great time had by all with Steve Greatorex who gave the kids the opportunity to try out Wheelchair Basketball. We've got another session next week ! Can't wait ! 2
16.3.18 A great time had by all with Steve Greatorex who gave the kids the opportunity to try out Wheelchair Basketball. We've got another session next week ! Can't wait ! 3

9.3.18 WORLD BOOK DAY

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Aspirations Week. We had a great morning meeting and talking with some very interesting people - a barrister, bio chemical scientist, a design engineer, mental health nurse, head of Wakefield District Housing and a police inspector. All helped to inspire the children and gave them a great insight into their careers.

Aspirations Week. We had a great morning meeting and talking with some very interesting people - a barrister, bio chemical scientist, a design engineer,  mental health nurse, head of Wakefield District Housing and a police inspector. All helped to inspire the children and gave them a great insight into their careers. 1
Aspirations Week. We had a great morning meeting and talking with some very interesting people - a barrister, bio chemical scientist, a design engineer,  mental health nurse, head of Wakefield District Housing and a police inspector. All helped to inspire the children and gave them a great insight into their careers. 2
Aspirations Week. We had a great morning meeting and talking with some very interesting people - a barrister, bio chemical scientist, a design engineer,  mental health nurse, head of Wakefield District Housing and a police inspector. All helped to inspire the children and gave them a great insight into their careers. 3
Aspirations Week. We had a great morning meeting and talking with some very interesting people - a barrister, bio chemical scientist, a design engineer,  mental health nurse, head of Wakefield District Housing and a police inspector. All helped to inspire the children and gave them a great insight into their careers. 4
Aspirations Week. We had a great morning meeting and talking with some very interesting people - a barrister, bio chemical scientist, a design engineer,  mental health nurse, head of Wakefield District Housing and a police inspector. All helped to inspire the children and gave them a great insight into their careers. 5
Aspirations Week. We had a great morning meeting and talking with some very interesting people - a barrister, bio chemical scientist, a design engineer,  mental health nurse, head of Wakefield District Housing and a police inspector. All helped to inspire the children and gave them a great insight into their careers. 6

I wanna be ...

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Class 15 would like to say a big thank you to the PTA for their Christmas presents - a couple of Connect Fours, draughts and chess boards - and a Dobble !

Class 15 would like to say a big thank you to the PTA for their Christmas presents - a couple of Connect Fours, draughts and chess boards -  and a Dobble ! 1

Swimming next Tuesday 12th December

 

In swimming, we are going to be developing our life-saving skills and how to stay safe should we fall into cold water. Because of this, the children need to bring pyjamas or a t-shirt and shorts, as well as their swimming costumes. No denim, onesies or fleece. Thank-you.

Great session with Huddersfield University physiology lecturer Dr Cathy Kirby - learning all about our circulatory system.

Great session with Huddersfield University physiology lecturer Dr Cathy Kirby - learning all about our circulatory system. 1
Great session with Huddersfield University physiology lecturer Dr Cathy Kirby - learning all about our circulatory system. 2
Great session with Huddersfield University physiology lecturer Dr Cathy Kirby - learning all about our circulatory system. 3
Great session with Huddersfield University physiology lecturer Dr Cathy Kirby - learning all about our circulatory system. 4
Great session with Huddersfield University physiology lecturer Dr Cathy Kirby - learning all about our circulatory system. 5
Great session with Huddersfield University physiology lecturer Dr Cathy Kirby - learning all about our circulatory system. 6
Great session with Huddersfield University physiology lecturer Dr Cathy Kirby - learning all about our circulatory system. 7
Great session with Huddersfield University physiology lecturer Dr Cathy Kirby - learning all about our circulatory system. 8
Great session with Huddersfield University physiology lecturer Dr Cathy Kirby - learning all about our circulatory system. 9

On Monday 6th November, year 6 walked into Ossett to visit the Cenotaph because we will be unable to attend the Service of Remembrance as it falls on a Saturday. We were honoured to be joined by Sergeant Peter Waters who has officiated the Remembrance Service in Ossett for many years. To our surprise, Sergeant Waters performed a full service for us, including the minute's silence and invited us all to join in the exhortation. Two children were then chosen to lay the wreath on behalf of all children in all schools in Ossett. All the children then planted a cross at the base of the cenotaph. Each cross bore the name of one of the 382 men from Ossett who lost their lives in the Great War. It was a moving and poignant ceremony which all children felt honoured to be a part of.

Many thanks to Sergeant Waters for enabling us to experience a Remembrance Service.

Well done to the Y6 netball team. We played at the High Five tournament at Southdale along with Gawthorpe, Holy Trinity and Towngate. We won two and lost two and ended up coming third out of the five teams. Well done to Southdale who came first.

A great first win for the footy team. We beat Flushdyke 6 - 0. Well played to both teams.

A great first win for the footy team. We beat Flushdyke 6 - 0.   Well played to both teams.     1
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