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Bromet Primary School Excellence, Enjoyment and Achievement for All

Eagle - Year 6

 

Class Teacher: Mrs Lynne Wambeek

Leadership and management cover: Mrs Marie Fox

Teaching Partner: Mrs Louise Richman

Intervention: Mrs Natalie Bridgman

R.E. Mrs Tricia Bastable

M.F.L. Mrs Juliet Lawson

Timetable Summer 1

Home Learning for Summer 2021

Home Learning for Spring 2021

Home Learning- (Please note date change for letter to the Mayor)

A great way to unwind is to read. Try https://www.thereaderteacher.com/ for recommendations or look at some of the books suggested on the attached list.

W/C 12th July 2021 Remote learning for children isolating not whole class closures

STAR OF THE WEEK IS MARY. WELL DONE!

 

Week 13 W/C 12th July: smiley

Maths:  We will be continuing with fluency and applying our skills. Rotational Symmetry and reflection in all four quadrants

English: Letters 

P.E.  KITS TO BE WORN - YOU CAN WEAR YOUR HOODIES

  ( Multi- sports at lunchtime)

PSHE: This will comprise of  daily mindfulness activities, time to talk and share how we are feeling.We will of course be watching Newsround and /or Picture News and sharing our opinions.  Moving On - Watford Schools Trust transition session, with a bit of remote help from Mrs B

Spanish: Senora Lawson is coming to say Adios

POINTS TO NOTE

FILM AND POPCORN TBC

TUESDAY: DANCE DAY

THURSDAY: PICNIC AND T-SHIRT DAY

GAMES AND QUIZZES TBC

 

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EAGLES- Can you believe it? This is your final week.You are amazing young people who are more than ready for the next adventure in your learning!

STAR OF THE WEEK IS AVA B. WELL DONE!

 

Week 12: W/C 5th July: smiley

Maths:  We will be continuing with fluency and applying our skills. Football Challenge, Translation recap and topical problems to solve

English: Anthony Horowitz- A Career in Computer Games- suspense writing

English Reading: Pig-Heart Boy by Malorie Blackman. A thought provoking story.

We are near the end!

Science. Animals and Humans

R.E. Rites of passage, with Mrs B. 

P.E.  KITS TO BE WORN - YOU CAN WEAR YOUR HOODIES

  ( Multi- sports at lunchtime)

PSHE: This will comprise of  daily mindfulness activities, time to talk and share how we are feeling.We will of course be watching Newsround and /or Picture News and sharing our opinions. The new Jigsaw unit  involves looking at body changes, peer pressure, moving on and talking again about the importance of discussion around our own, and each other's mental health. We will come to the end of  '5 Ways to Wellbeing' Workshops led by Fliptheatre- They have been fun!

Transition sessions: Mrs Doonan and Mrs Pace will be in on Fridays to work through a series of transition sessions to help you all get prepared for secondary school. 

D.T. Finishing our pillows

Geography: Human and physical Geography of Russia

Music: Tchaikovsky 

Spanish: Senora Lawson's last lesson with you!

POINTS TO NOTE

We have an online assembly with an Olympic athlete on Monday morning, followed by a short P.E session later in the morning. You DO NOT need to wear your P.E. Kit for this.

On Friday morning we have a virtual assembly with author A. M. Howell.

(Olympic dance has been postponed until next Tuesday- more info next week)

Have a great week! Only 2 left!!

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W/c 5th July Remote Learning for children who are isolating not whole class closure

We had a great week. Thank you PTFA for our Hoodies!

A few are finished!

W/c 28th June Remote learning- for children isolating not whole bubble closure

STAR OF THE WEEK IS CALEB. WELL DONE!

 

Week 11: W/C 28th June:

WILDTIME DAY TRIP ON MONDAYsmiley

Maths:  Reading Timetables, Investigation looking at climate currency conversions and budgeting. White Rose Tours!

English: Anthony Horowitz: Studying his use of language and how he creates characters and settings 

English Reading: A Beautiful Lie by Irfan Master

Science. Science Investigation

R.E. We are at Wildtime

P.E.  Cricket/Team Games with Mrs Fox ( Multi- sports at lunchtime)

PSHE: This will comprise of  daily mindfulness activities, time to talk and share how we are feeling.We will of course be watching Newsround and /or Picture News and sharing our opinions. The new Jigsaw unit  involves looking at body changes, peer pressure, moving on and talking again about the importance of discussion around our own, and each other's mental health. We begin '5 Ways to Wellbeing' Workshops led by Fliptheatre

Transition sessions: Mrs Doonan and Mrs Pace will be in on Fridays to work through a series of transition sessions to help you all get prepared for secondary school. 

D.T. Time to complete your sewing

History: Britain since WW2

Spanish:  We are at Wildtime

ART: Keith Haring- Street Artist

DON'T FORGET SUNHATS AND WATER BOTTLES.

HAVE A GREAT WEEK!yes

W/c 21st June for children self-isolating not whole class closures

STAR OF THE WEEK IS SCARLETT. WELL DONE!

 

Week 10: W/C 21st June:  ACTIVITIES WEEKsmiley

MONDAY: FILM HUGO. THE FILM OF THE BOOK WE HAVE BEEN STUDYING

                   R.E. ACTIVITY WITH MRS B

                   SPANISH FOOD TASTING WITH SENORA LAWSON

TUESDAY: TEAM GAMES WITH MRS FOX- (Get those quiz brains whirring!)

WEDNESDAY: MULTI-SPORTS MORNING WITH BARRY

                         DANCE WITH MISS CHARALAMBOUS

                         P.E.  FOOTBALL with WFC Coaches.  ( Multi- sports at lunchtime)

                         WE SAY GOODBYE AND GOOD LUCK TO MISS G! 

THURSDAY: A-LIFE FITNESS WORK SHOPS HEALTH AND FITNESS

                      PHOTOGRAPHER IN- PLEASE WEAR YOUR UNIFORM TO SCHOOL AND BRING YOUR KIT

FRIDAY: ONLINE FIRST AID COURSE FOR CHILDREN

               D.T.

               FLIPTHEATRE.

 

DON'T FORGET SUNHATS AND WATER BOTTLES.

HOODIES AND P.E. KITS!

  I HOPE YOU HAVE A GREAT WEEK, YOU ALL DESERVE IT-yes

STAR OF THE WEEK IS MAX. WELL DONE!

 

Week 9: W/C 14th June: smiley

Maths:  We will be continuing with fluency and applying our skills. Reasoning and Problem Solving Investigations

English: Hugo Cabret. Biography writing

English Reading: Pig-Heart Boy by Malorie Blackman. A thought provoking story.

Science. Animals and Humans

R.E. Rites of passage, with Mrs B. 

P.E.  Football, WEDNESDAY with WFC Coaches.  ( Multi- sports at lunchtime)

PSHE: This will comprise of  daily mindfulness activities, time to talk and share how we are feeling.We will of course be watching Newsround and /or Picture News and sharing our opinions. The new Jigsaw unit  involves looking at body changes, peer pressure, moving on and talking again about the importance of discussion around our own, and each other's mental health. We begin '5 Ways to Wellbeing' Workshops led by Fliptheatre

Transition sessions: Mrs Doonan and Mrs Pace will be in on Fridays to work through a series of transition sessions to help you all get prepared for secondary school. A treat in store this Friday!!

D.T. 2 sessions this week creating talking textiles

Geography: A task to demonstrate your map skills

Spanish: Senora Lawson will continue with Spanish  before recapping French

DON'T FORGET SUNHATS AND WATER BOTTLES.

ACTIVITIES WEEK STARTS 21st JUNE. DAY TRIP 28th JUNE.

MORE INFORMATION WILL FOLLOW.

GOOD LUCK TO THOSE OF YOU TAKING CATs TEST ON MONDAY.yes

FLIPTHEATRE FUN AND THE START OF D.T.

Remote learning for w/c 14th June- Children Isolating not bubble closure

CONGRATULATIONS LUKA

Week 8: W/C 7th June: Welcome to your last half- term at Bromet! smiley

Maths:  We will be continuing with fluency and applying our skills. Angles in regular polygons and there is also White Rose Bakery Investigation!

English: Hugo Cabret a new book. Analysing Characters 

English Reading: Pig-Heart Boy by Malorie Blackman. A thought provoking story.

Science. Animals and Humans

R.E. Rites of passage, with Mrs B. 

P.E.  Football, WEDNESDAY with WFC Coaches.  ( Multi- sports at lunchtime)

PSHE: This will comprise of  daily mindfulness activities, time to talk and share how we are feeling.We will of course be watching Newsround and /or Picture News and sharing our opinions. The new Jigsaw unit  involves looking at relationships and talking again about the importance of discussion around our own, and each other's mental health. We begin '5 Ways to Wellbeing' Workshops led by Fliptheatre

Transition sessions: Mrs Doonan and Mrs Pace will be in on Fridays to work through a series of transition sessions to help you all get prepared for secondary school. This week we have a visit from The Deputy Headteacher from Rickmansworth School to answer your questions.

Computing: Robotics and Systems. Looking at sensors

Music: Writing the lyrics to the next verse of a song that you have responded to

Art: David Hockney landscape using the medium of paint

Spanish: Senora Lawson will continue with Spanish  before recapping French

DONT FORGET SUNHATS AND WATER BOTTLES.

Our masks look great!

Week 8, 7th June- links for self Isolation not whole class closures

Week 7- 24th May. Links for self isolation not whole class bubble closure

CONGRATULATIONS MEADOW!

Week 7: W/C 24th May

Maths:  We will be continuing with fluency, applying our skills. Recapping ratio, angles in polygons and drawing shapes

English: Hugo Cabret a new book. This week we will hold our deforestation debate 

English Reading: Pig-Heart Boy by Malorie Blackman. A thought provoking story.

History: Finishing your masks

Science. Animals and Humans

R.E. Rites of passage, with Mrs B. 

P.E.  Football, WEDNESDAY with WFC Coaches.  ( Multi- sports at lunchtime)

PSHE: This will comprise of  daily mindfulness activities, time to talk and share how we are feeling.We will of course be watching Newsround and /or Picture News and sharing our opinions. The new Jigsaw unit  involves looking at relationships and talking again about the importance of discussion around our own, and each other's mental health.

RSE: Girls and Boys talks on Thursday 

Transition sessions: Mrs Doonan and Mrs Pace will be in on Fridays to work through a series of transition sessions to help you all get prepared for secondary school

Computing: Robotics and Systems. To understand variables in programs

Geography: Deforestation debate

Spanish: Senora Lawson will continue with Spanish  before recapping French after the May half- term.

CRESSIDA COWELL LIVE EVENT AT 11AM ON WEDNESDAY! 

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Week 6, w/c17th May: Remote learning for children self-isolating , not whole bubble closure.

CONGRATULATIONS DAISY-MAE.

Week 6: W/C 17th May

Maths:  We will be continuing with fluency, applying our skills. Vertically opposite and angles in a triangle

English: Hugo Cabret a new book. Report and diary writing 

English Reading: Pig-Heart Boy by Malorie Blackman. A thought provoking story.

History: Benin, hopefully the paint will arrive for you to complete your Bronzes

Science. Animals and Humans

R.E. Rites of passage, with Mrs B. 

P.E.  Football, WEDNESDAY with WFC Coaches.  ( Multi- sports at lunchtime)

PSHE: This will comprise of  daily mindfulness activities, time to talk and share how we are feeling.We will of course be watching Newsround and /or Picture News and sharing our opinions. The new Jigsaw unit  involves looking at relationships and talking again about the importance of discussion around our own, and each other's mental health.

Transition sessions: Mrs Doonan and Mrs Pace will be in on Fridays to work through a series of transition sessions to help you all get prepared for secondary school

Computing: Robotics and Systems. Debugging your systems. Well done on the successful completion of your sound monitors!

Music: Musical appreciation. Happy by Pharrell Williams. Giving your opinion and  using what you know about rhythm and pitch to discuss this song.

Spanish: Senora Lawson will continue with Spanish  before recapping French after the May half- term.

LET'S HOPE THE SUN STARTS TO SHINE A BIT MORE SO WE CAN GET OUT TO THE GARDEN - WE HAVE RADISHES AND LETTUCES TO PLANT!

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Remote Learning for children self- isolating not whole class bubble closure.

CONGRATULATIONS MUHAMMAD G.

Week 5: W/C 10th May

Maths:  We will be continuing with fluency applying our skills. We are beginning to recap angles in shapes and on straight and intersecting lines.

English: Hugo Cabret a new book

English Reading: Pig-Heart Boy by Malorie Blackman. A thought provoking story.

History: Windrush

Science. Animals and Humans

R.E. Rites of passage, with Mrs B. 

P.E.  Football, WEDNESDAY with WFC Coaches.  ( Multi- sports at lunchtime)

PSHE: This will comprise of  daily mindfulness activities, time to talk and share how we are feeling.We will of course be watching Newsround and /or Picture News and sharing our opinions. The new Jigsaw unit  involves looking at relationships and talking again about the importance of discussion around our own, and each other's mental health.

Transition sessions: Mrs Doonan and Mrs Pace will be in on Fridays to work through a series of transition sessions to help you all get prepared for secondary school

Computing: Robotics and Systems.

D.T. Talking textiles

Spanish: Senora Lawson will continue with Spanish  before recapping French after the May half- term.

 

ON MONDAY WE HAVE A VIRTUAL VISIT FROM AN IMAM TO TALK ABOUT RAMADAN. AND THEN ON TUESDAY WE HAVE ANOTHER VIRTUAL VISIT FROM FLOELLA BENJAMIN, AUTHOR OF COMING TO ENGLAND smiley

Wax Resist and Captain Tom 100 Matchstick Art Challenge

Remote learning for children isolating, not bubble closure

CONGRATULATIONS ZOI

Week 4: W/C 3rd May

Maths:  We will be continuing with fluency applying our skills to tests and finding percentages of Pie Charts

English: Reading and Grammar focus for this short week. Hopefully we will begin a new book on Friday.

English Reading: Pig-Heart Boy by Malorie Blackman. A thought provoking story.

History: Windrush

Science. Animals and Humans

R.E. Rites of passage, with Mrs B. 

P.E.  Football, WEDNESDAY with WFC Coaches.  ( Multi- sports at lunchtime)

PSHE: This will comprise of  daily mindfulness activities, time to talk and share how we are feeling.We will of course be watching Newsround and /or Picture News and sharing our opinions. The new Jigsaw unit  involves looking at relationships and talking again about the importance of discussion around our own, and each other's mental health.

Transition sessions: Mrs Doonan and Mrs Pace will be in on Fridays to work through a series of transition sessions to help you all get prepared for secondary school

Computing: Robotics and Systems.

Art: David Hockney, using his style for  inspiration.

Spanish: Senora Lawson will continue with Spanish  before recapping French after the May half- term.

 

WE WILL BE IN THE HALL FOR 2 DAYS THIS WEEK, WHILST OUR NEW WINDOWS ARE BEING FITTED! smiley

Remote learning for children self isolating not bubble closure- W/C 26th April 2021

CONGRATULATIONS MARY

Week 3: W/C 26th April

Maths:  We will be continuing with fluency and beginning to look at statistics

English: Miss Gallagher is teaching your unit of English. Narrative writing 

based on Grimm's Fairy Tales. Your ideas will be turned into your own 'Grimm Tale' this week!

English Reading: Pig-Heart Boy by Malorie Blackman. A thought provoking story.

Geography: Layers of the Rainforest

Science. The Human Heart 

R.E. Rites of passage, with Mrs B. 

P.E.  Football, WEDNESDAY with WFC Coaches.  ( Multi- sports at lunchtime)

PSHE: This will comprise of  daily mindfulness activities, time to talk and share how we are feeling.We will of course be watching Newsround and /or Picture News and sharing our opinions. The new Jigsaw unit  involves looking at relationships and talking again about the importance of discussion around our own, and each other's mental health.

Transition sessions: Mrs Doonan and Mrs Pace will be in on Fridays to work through a series of transition sessions to help you all get prepared for secondary school

Computing: Robotics and Systems.

D.T. Textiles- Wax resist

Spanish: Senora Lawson will continue with Spanish  before recapping French after the May half- term.

Please remember your home learning and reading records.

Don't forget your water bottles as it starts to warm-up.

Bank Holiday is Monday 3rd May

CONGRATULATIONS BIANCA

Week 2: W/C 19th April

Maths:  We will be recapping your knowledge of number, including percentages and fractions.

English: Miss Gallagher is teaching your unit of English. Narrative writing 

based on Grimm's Fairy Tales

English Reading: Pig-Heart Boy by Malorie Blackman. A thought provoking story.

History: Benin Bronzes

Science. Animals and Humans

R.E. Rites of passage, with Mrs B. 

P.E.  Football, WEDNESDAY with WFC Coaches.  ( Multi- sports at lunchtime)

PSHE: This will comprise of  daily mindfulness activities, time to talk and share how we are feeling.We will of course be watching Newsround and /or Picture News and sharing our opinions. The new Jigsaw unit  involves looking at relationships and talking again about the importance of discussion around our own, and each other's mental health.

Computing: Robotics and Systems.

Art: David Hockney with Miss G

Spellings: The suffix ful

Spanish: Senora Lawson will continue with Spanish  before recapping French after the May half- term.

Please remember your home learning and reading records.

Don't forget your water bottles as it starts to warm-up.

Remote learning for children self-isolating, not class closure. W/c 19th April

Remote learning activities for children self- isolating not bubble closure w/c 12th April

Welcome back- I do hope you have all had a good rest. I am still munching my way through chocolate and cookies!

 IT WAS DELICIOUS BY THE WAY! 

 

It seems hard to believe that this is your last term at Bromet. Let's work hard together to make it a great success for you all!

 

Week 1: W/C 12th April

Maths:  We will be recapping your knowledge of number, including place value and algebra.

English: Miss Gallagher will be teaching you a new unit of English. Narrative writing 

based on Grimm's Fairy Tales

English Reading: A new book: Pig-Heart Boy by Malorie Blackman. A thought provoking story.

Geography: You will be looking at tropical rainforests and developing your map skills with Miss Gallagher. 

Science. Animals and Humans

R.E. Rites of passage, with Mrs B. 

P.E.  Football, WEDNESDAY with WFC Coaches.

PSHE: This will comprise of  daily mindfulness activities, time to talk and share how we are feeling.We will of course be watching Newsround and /or Picture News and sharing our opinions. The new Jigsaw unit  involves looking at relationships and talking again about the importance of discussion around our own, and each other's mental health.

Computing: We will be using Google Sites to complete our web pages before moving on to Robotics and Systems.

D.T. Textiles and how artists use them when creating different styles of art work

Music: Musical terminology with Miss G!

Spanish: Senora Lawson will continue with Spanish  before recapping French after the May half- term.

 

Things to remember

Tissues if you can spare a box.

Water bottles - it will get warmer at some point!

P.E. has changed to Wednesday

Home Learning  and Star Readers will resume from week 1

 

You are all unique and amazing- don't  ever forget that!smiley

 

 

 

Remote learning activities for children who are self-isolating, not bubble closure. W/C 22nd March

A well- written news report Alisa!

CONGRATULATIONS AVA M

Week 11. W/C 22nd March: 

Maths:  Miss Gallagher will be teaching your maths lessons again and you will be applying your knowledge of ratio and fractions.

English: We finish your reports and also look at poetry by William Blake.

English Reading: Of course, we will finish reading the amazing Holes by Louis Sachar. AND WATCH THE FILM ON FRIDAYsmiley

Erasmus Work: Some of you still have this to complete there will be time for this during the week.

Geography: You will be looking at Biomes with Mrs Fox. 

Science with Miss Gallagher, you will continue to learn the skill of classification.

R.E. Christian beliefs about God, with Mrs B. 

P.E. We have completed P.E. for this term. Remember next term it will be on a Wednesday with WFC Coaches.

PSHE: This will comprise of  daily mindfulness activities, time to talk and share how we are feeling.We will of course be watching Newsround and sharing our opinions.

Computing: We will be using Google Sites to complete our web pages.

Thursday afternoon you will be watching TREASURE ISLAND  an on line virtual show; a treat for you all from the PTFA!

 

Reminders

Please send in your photo permission forms, some of your permissions have changed and I need to ensure I am allowed to share your photo.

Reading Journals and Home Learning Books in for checking please. They might be buried in your room, have a good look for them! 

School finishes for Easter at 1.30pm on Friday

 

Remote learning, for children who are isolating, not class closure.

CONGRATULATIONS DANIEL

Week 10. W/C 15th March: What a fantastic return to school. The children have worked hard and participated well in all our learning. I am sure they are all very tired this weekend!

Maths:  Miss Gallagher will be teaching some of our maths lessons again and you will be revisiting and extending your knowledge of ratio and fractions.

English: We finish the journalist writing unit that was started during our remote learning; guided by the clips from the Oak Academy and continued shared ideas.

Your final longer written task will be a report of your own using all of the skills you have learned.

English Reading: Of course, we will continue reading the amazing Holes by Louis Sachar.

Erasmus Work: Some of you still have this to complete there will be time for this during the week.

Geography: You will be looking at Biomes with Mrs Fox. This week it is Yosemite

R.E. Christian beliefs about God, with Mrs B. 

P.E. Hopefully we will get outside to complete some circuit activities.

PSHE: This will comprise of  daily mindfulness activities, time to talk and share how we are feeling and also looking at deforestation and preparing a speech. We will of course be watching Newsround and sharing our opinions.

Computing: We will be using Google Sites to complete our web pages.

Art: We look at the Benin Bronzes and what they can tell us about that time in history.

 

CONGRATULATIONS JASMINE-ROSE

Week 9. W/C 8th March: Welcome back to school, we are all looking forward to being together again and will spend time this week and continue to focus on your well-being for your return to learning.

Maths: We continue to find the area of shapes and move on to 3 dimensions and finding volume. Miss Gallagher will be teaching some of our maths lessons this week too.

English: We carry on with the journalist writing unit that was started during our remote learning; guided by the clips from the Oak Academy and continued shared ideas.

English Reading: Of course, we will continue reading the amazing Holes by Louis Sachar.

Erasmus Work: We have been asked to create a 'Memories of Lockdown' piece of work. This could be artwork, poetry, diary entries or even a cartoon strip. We will be discussing this and planning our ideas to complete on Thursday.

Geography: You will be looking at Biomes with Mrs Fox as we return to studying climates and habitats around the world.

R.E. Christian beliefs about God, with Mrs B. if you have your plan from last week don't forget to bring it in with you.

P.E. Hopefully we will get outside to complete some athletics and circuit activities.

PSHE: This will comprise of mindfulness activities, time to talk and share how we are feeling and also looking at what is meant by biodiversity.

Computing: You had all begun brilliant webpage designs and we will continue with these on Friday.

 

And finally: I have said it many times I know, but I am so proud of the  self- motivation and independent learning skills that you have demonstrated, both in school and at home, during the past 8 weeks. I am extremely excited for us to be back together, as you continue to learn.

 

WORD of the WEEK: - EXUBERANT

8th March:Remote learning links for children who are self isolating, not class closure.

CONGRATULATIONS ETHAN

Week 8. W/C 1st March

Can you believe it? One more week and you will be back in Bromet . I hope you are all as excited and myself and the other teachers from Eagle Class are.

Maths: Its all about shape, slides and Looms all available to help you. 

English: Work is linked to workshops from Camilla Chester ,an author who you will get to meet  on Wednesday 11am live Q & A session

World Book Day - this is Thursday please see the World Book Day tab for the events. There will be Breakfast and a book live on Thursday morning and live sessions to practise our poem throughout the day.

We will be recording the final performance at the end of the day.

Please check that you can access the sessions and worksheets for each lesson.

I'm looking forward to seeing  you at 9am on Monday and I look forward to hearing about secondary schools later in the day - 2pm live Spanish

Keep using the stream for extra information or asking questions if you need help.

 

WORD of the WEEK: - CLAMBER Write your definition in the stream!

CONGRATULATIONS ALISA STAR OF THE WEEK 

 

Week 7.W/C 22/02/21 Welcome back after your half- term. I  do hope you have rested and spent  some time outside,away from the screen. Or at least watched a different screen tucked up on the sofa! Look through your gmail carefully for calendar dates and live sessions this week. 

Maths: Its all about measure, slides and Looms all available to help you. 

English: We will begin a journalistic writing unit for 1 week ,before we take a break for 'World Book Day Week' - more info to follow.

Please check that you can access the sessions and worksheets for each lesson.

Can't wait to see you at 9am on Monday I have missed your rectangles on the class screen! 

Keep using the stream for extra information or asking questions if you need help.

WORD of the WEEK: - APPREHEND Write your definition in the stream!

CONGRATULATIONS ROBERT Star of the WEEK

Week 6: It seems hard to believe that it is the last week before half- term! I know your resilience and positive attitude will  continue to see you through the coming week. Keep working hard, sending your work in and joining our meetings  when you can.

Maths is week 2 of algebra and English is to finish writing our letters. On Friday you need to look at the  Chinese New Year Activities for your tasks, after break. You may wish to look ahead in case you need to collect any resources.

There is the Show and Tell on Tuesday and a game of Charades planned for Wednesday, with a special guest!  On Friday we will be live for an hour to give you a chance to share your skills or have some fun, and if time, have a workout!

Keep using the stream for extra information or asking questions if you need help.

 

WORD of the WEEK: - CONDEMNED Write your definition in the stream!

P.E.and PIZZA

Week 5 W/C 1st February

DON'T FORGET NON-UNIFORM SWAP ON FRIDAY. WEAR YOUR SWEATSHIRTS OR CARDIGANS FOR OUR MEETS!

 Another busy week  ahead for us Eagle Class. This week  we are thinking about our mental health as well as continuing our learning. Monday's live session is slightly later than usual to allow time for you to watch the assembly we will then catch up and have a chat about the assembly and how you are all feeling before the day's lessons begin. Don't worry if you are a little late to get your learning started I know you will catch up!

In maths we look at algebra and English is to draft our letters. There are the Scavenger Hunt and Guess Who games to look forward to on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons.  In Thursday's meet I would like to share how you like to express yourself and of course, Friday any photos or examples of your baking.

Keep using the stream for extra information or asking questions if you need help.

WORD of the WEEK: - OPTIMISM Write your definition in the stream!

MRS W:)

Snow on Monday, Quiz on Wednesday and D.T. on Friday!

Week 4 W/c 25th January

I do hope you all got out to have some fun in the snow. Send in some pictures if you did, we would love to see them! Maths is continuing percentages and you will be completing a longer written task on Wednesday. We are still reading Holes which I know most of you are enjoying! Louis Sacher is such a good author. He has also written a book called 'There is a Boy in the Girls'  Bathroom' that Jazzy recommends. All other work should appear under each tab, scroll down to check if there is  a task attached on the page. 

Keep using the stream for extra information or asking questions if you need help.

WORD of the WEEK: ETCHED-Write your definition in the stream!

Please note

Look ahead to Friday's D.T. You will need to choose your activity and collect the resources you need  

Some of the work you have been sending in

Week 3 W/C 18th January

It was lovely to catch- up with so many of you last week and hear how well the children are adapting to home learning on Google. They are a credit to themselves. We are continuing with White Rose, moving on to recapping and understanding percentages this week. The next outcome for our writing unit has begun, as we continue to work through The Sherlock Holmes Tasks.

Work hard to extend your ideas Eagles. I know you can!

We will see you each morning at 9am for our catch -up, task setting and questions meeting, and Mrs R will see some of you during the week with a good book!

Stay well.

 

Week 2:  11th January Thank you again for all the work and emails that you have sent in so far. If you are saving it all on paper,we really do hope it isn't too long until you can bring it back in to school. We look forward to seeing you online this week. Don't forget to access Google Sites for your agenda and learning.

 Dear Eagle Class,

I would like to wish you all a Happy 2021. I know you will all work hard whilst you are at home and help and support each other as you have done before. Please check Google Sites and Classroom for invites and daily lessons. Those of you who are attending school I am looking forward to seeing you tomorrow.

Stay safe- Mrs W

Parts of a circle, with a Christmas twist

Week Commencing 14th December

Monday: Christmas maths quiz, Poem run through, R.E. D.T. and filming our poem

Tuesday: Science day with Mrs Fox

Wednesday: Christmas maths activities from White Rose, Little Match Girl, Christmas Lunch, Christmas Jumpers and Christmas Cards!

Thursday: Finishing D.T. and online pantomime in the afternoon.

Friday: Film morning, tidy and home!

Well done to Ava B!

 

 

Reminders:

Wear something in your hair or tinsel round your wrist for our poetry recital on Monday.

Christmas jumper day is Wednesday

No P.E. on Friday so you do not need to wear your P.E kits.

HAPPY END OF TERM!

Remote learning for children self-isolating, not bubble closure

Week 14: W/C 7th December

This week’s learning: 

Maths: Recap - Assessment week. Making Christmas Trees by accurately drawing triangles

English:  English Unit 'Suffragettes'

We will be rehearsing our poem King John's Christmas in guided reading

Science: Evolution and Inheritance

Geography: Biomes

Music: History of music

JIGSAW: Celebrating Difference

Computing: Staying connected and coding activity

Spanish: Greetings and basic questions and answers

R.E: Hinduism

P.E: Netball-  Wear your kit to school on Friday

WFC POSITIVE MINDS ON FRIDAY at 2pm Final Session

 Well done to Mary!

Remote Learning for children who are isolating, not class closure

Warner Brothers Virtual Tour

Art and D.T.

Week 13: W/C 30th November

This week’s learning: 

Maths: Recap - Quadrants, translations and reflections

English: Reading Assessment. New English Unit 'Suffragettes'

We will be rehearsing our poem King John's Christmas in guided reading

Science: Evolution and Inheritance

History: Parliament and democracy

Music: History of music

JIGSAW: Celebrating Difference

Computing: Staying connected and coding activity

Spanish: Greetings and basic questions and answers

R.E: Hinduism

P.E: Netball-  Wear your kit to school on Friday

WFC POSITIVE MINDS ON FRIDAY at 2pm

Well done Khaim!

Clay tiles in the making!

Remote Learning for children self-isolating. W/C 30th November

Remote Learning - for individuals self- isolating not whole class bubble

Week commencing 23rd November

 

Thank you for all for your hard work using the online platform this week; you have certainly kept me on my toes!

We will continue to use Google Sites until Wednesday.

On Thursday we will be looking through the arithmetic you completed in Maths and linking our writing and art linked to Clarice Cliff.

Friday we will be looking at reasoning and problem solving in maths. reciting our poem and in the afternoon we will continue with P.E. and Positive Minds.

Well done again everybody!

Remote learning for children isolating- video links will be added as they become available

Congratulations Jasmine- Rose

Week 11: W/C 16th November

This week’s learning: 

Maths: Fractions,continued, including multiplication and division of fractions by integers, fractions of a whole and four rules with fractions

English: The Piano by  Aiden Gibbons. First person narratives- this will be an extended piece of writing- get ready to edit!

We are reading Kensuke's Kingdom in guided reading and will also be completing comprehension and grammar tasks

Science: Evolution and Inheritance

History: Parliament and how it works

Art: Clarice Cliff, looking at the influence of this ceramic artist

JIGSAW: Celebrating Difference

Computing: Location tracking devices

Spanish: Greetings and basic questions and answers

R.E: Hinduism

P.E: Netball-  Wear your kit to school on Friday

WFC POSITIVE MINDS ON FRIDAY at 2pm

Congratulations, with your contributions, we managed to raise over £280 towards Children in Need!

And don't forget 

Wearing our poppies with pride and a smile

P.E. Last week we began our Netball unit

Get ready for ODD SOCKS DAY 16th November

ART DECO

Week 10: W/C 10th November

This week’s learning: 

Maths: Fractions, including multiplication and division of fractions by integers, fractions of a whole and four rules with fractions

English: The Piano by  Aiden Gibbons. We will be discussing how the atmosphere is created and writing from the old man's viewpoint

We are reading Kensuke's Kingdom in guided reading and will also be completing comprehension and grammar tasks

Science: Evolution and Inheritance

History: Parliament and how it works

D.T: Grab and Go Foods, looking at nutritional values and choosing a recipe

JIGSAW: Celebrating Difference

Music: Medieval Music

Spanish: Greetings and basic questions and answers

R.E: Hinduism

P.E: Netball-  Wear your kit to school on Friday

WFC POSITIVE MINDS ON FRIDAY at 2pm

 

 Congratulations Muhammad H!

Remote Learning for children isolating. Maths links will be added as they become available

Week 9: W/C 2nd November

This week’s learning: 

Maths: Fractions, including multiplication and division of fractions

English: Remembrance: Comprehension, poetry and Propaganda

We are reading Kensuke's Kingdom in guided reading and will also be completing comprehension and grammar tasks

Science: Evolution and Inheritance

History: BLACK HISTORY: Harriet Tubman, finishing our biographies.

Art: Poppies, using textiles to create poppies

Computing: Protecting our personal information

Spanish: Greetings and basic questions and answers

R.E: Hinduism

P.E: Netball-  Wear your kit to school on Friday

WFC Positive Minds will return on Friday.

 

Thank you to everyone who has submitted work using Google Classroom. If you still have work to hand in, please do, or print it off and bring your work in to school on Tuesday.

Learning will continue online on Monday. Please check The Classroom and Google Sites for learning.

Links for children self- isolating. Not class closure, this work is on Google Sites

Week 8: W/C 19th October

This week’s learning: DEAN RUSSEL- WATFORD MP- VISITING FRIDAY

Maths: Fractions, including multiplication and division of fractions

English: Unit 2: The Arrival by Shaun Tan. We are continuing writing the words to accompany this  visual narrative.

We are reading Kensuke's Kingdom in guided reading and will also be completing comprehension and grammar tasks

Science: Evolution and Inheritance

Geography: Biomes

History: Parliament and Local Government History: BLACK HISTORY: Harriet Tubman, finishing our biographies.

Art: Art Deco: completing our pencil and colour designs 

Computing: Protecting our personal information

Spanish: Greetings and basic questions and answers

R.E: Hinduism

P.E:  Hockey - Passing and Tackling- Wear your kit to school on Friday

 

 FRIDAY AT 2PM

Positive Minds continues.

 

 

   This week's star is Callum!

 

Have a good week everyone. Half- term is just around the corner! smiley

 

 

A few pictures and good luck for tomorrow those of you sitting your secondary tests.

Week 7: W/C 12th October

This week’s learning:

Maths: Fractions, including mixed number and fractions on a number line

English: Unit 2: The Arrival by Shaun Tan. We are beginning to put the words to this visual narrative. We are reading Kensuke's Kingdom in guided reading and will also be completing comprehension and grammar tasks

Science: Evolution and Inheritance

Geography: Biomes

History: Parliament and Local Government History: BLACK HISTORY: Harriet Tubman

Jigsaw, PSHE: Being Me in My World. Hierarchy of Need

D.T. 'Grab and Go' foods and nutrition

Spanish: Greetings and basic questions and answers

R.E: Hinduism

P.E:  Hockey - Passing and Tackling- Wear your kit to school on Friday

 

 FRIDAY AT 2PM

WFC Learning Coaches teaching Positive Minds- a 10 week course talking about  Mental Health and Well- being.

 

 This week our star is Robert!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have a great week everybody.smiley

Your support helped us raise over £260! Thank you

Wear something yellow on Friday! £1 donation to support Young Minds and World Mental Health Day

Week 6: W/C 5th October

This week’s learning:

Maths: Recap primes, cubes and squares, order of operations,  using known facts

English: Unit 2: The Arrival by Shaun Tan. Introduction to our new text. We are reading Kensuke's Kingdom in guided reading and will also be completing comprehension and grammar tasks

Science: Evolution and Inheritance

Geography: Biomes

History: Parliament and Local Government History: 

Jigsaw, PSHE: Being Me in My World. 

Art. Art Deco and calendar designs

Computing: E Safety- Safe responsible use of technologies

Spanish: Greetings and basic questions and answers

R.E: Hinduism

P.E:  Hockey - Passing and Tackling- Wear your kit to school on Friday

 FRIDAY AT 2PM

 

WFC Learning Coaches teaching Positive Minds- a 10 week course talking about  Mental Health and Well- being.

 

 This week our star is Sophie!

We have been busy thinking about the community, with a visit from Peter Taylor and collecting for Red Trust Bushey

We will be collecting bottles and jars for Red Trust Bushey next week, in celebration of Harvest.

Week 5: W/C 28th September

This week’s learning:

Maths: Four Operations, multiples, factors, primes, cubes and squares

English: Unit 1: The Unforgotten Coat. Verb forms and paragraphing. 1st October. National Poetry Day.

Science: Evolution and Inheritance

Geography: Biomes

History: Parliament and Local Government History: VISIT FROM PETER TAYLOR, WATFORD'S MAYOR

Jigsaw, PSHE: Being Me in My World. 

D.T. Food and Nutrition

Computing: E Safety- Safe responsible use of technologies

Spanish: Greetings and basic questions and answers

R.E: Hinduism

P.E:  Hockey - Passing and Tackling- Wear your kit to school on Friday

 FRIDAY AT 2PM

 

WFC Learning Coaches  are Positive Minds- a 10 week course talking about  Mental Health and Well- being.

 

  This week our star is Zoi!

 

HAVE A GOOD WEEK!smiley

Some of the images Jazz music created in our minds

Hard work writing this week, using The Unforgotten Coat for inspiration.

Week 4: W/C 21st September

This week’s learning:

Maths: Addition and subtraction using formal methods and pictorial representation (bar model)

English: Unit 1: The Unforgotten Coat. Character empathy, past perfect verbs and story- planning techniques. Reading comprehension and SPAG. Spelling year 3/4 recap of words  and how to spell these correctly

Science: Evolution and Inheritance

Geography: Biomes

History: Parliament and Local Government History

Jigsaw, PSHE: Being Me in My World. 

Art: Christmas Cards!!! (In preparation for the printers)

Music: Through the ages

Computing: E Safety- Safe responsible use of technologies

Spanish: Greetings and basic questions and answers

R.E: Hinduism

P.E:  Hockey - Shooting and Control- Wear your kit to school on Friday

 FRIDAY AT 2PM

WFC Learning Coaches begin delivering Positive Minds- a 10 week course talking about  Mental Health and Well- being.

 

  This week our star is Roha!

 

HAVE A GOOD WEEK!smiley

Week 3: W/C 14th September

This week’s learning:

Maths: Place value to 10,000,000 comparing and ordering- rounding and negative numbers

English: Unit 1: The Unforgotten Coat. Character empathy, diary writing

Science: Evolution and Inheritance

Geography: Biomes

History: Parliament and Local Government History

Jigsaw, PSHE: Being Me in My World. Global Citizens 

Art: Line and Colour- looking at skills of drawing

Music: Through the ages

Computing: E Safety

Spanish: Greetings and basic questions and answers

R.E: Hinduism

P.E:  Hockey - Wear your kit to school on Friday

 

 This week's Star is Muhammad G- Well done!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HAVE A GOOD WEEK!smiley

P.E. The weather was kind for our Hockey Skills Session!

Some of our displays. Your work is brightening up the school and classroom already!

We have had a great first two days, it has been lovely getting to know you all and I am really looking forward to learning with you this year!

Week 2: W/C 7th September

This week’s learning:

Maths: Place value to 10,000,000 with numbers to 1,000,000 recap

English: Unit 1: The Unforgotten Coat. 

Science: Evolution and Inheritance

Geography: Biomes

Jigsaw, PSHE: Being Me in My World. Global Citizens and democracy

Art: Self Portrait and Happiness Boxes

Spanish: Greetings and basic questions and answers

R.E: Hinduism

P.E:  Hockey - Wear your kit to school on Friday

 

Star of the Week is:

Everybody, for such a great return to school

Points to Note

Please bring in one or two prints or drawings of something that makes you happy. You can bring in a small object if it will fit. (necklace sized jewellery box)

 Please remember nothing valuable or original photos.

HAVE A GREAT WEEK! smiley

We have talked about our mental health and shared how we can stay safe,feel calm and happy

Catching up with good friends and sharing our home learning!

Dear EAGLE CLASS, 

We are looking forward to tomorrow and hope you are too!

Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th September: We will spend the time going through new routines and help each other to feel welcome back to school. It will be great getting to know you all, so don't forget your 'Introducing' home learning.

There will be time to share your  experiences and look forward to learning together again. We will discuss Positive Mental Health and talk about ways we can make sure we are all physically and mentally healthy. 

Please remember an equipped pencil case, that will fit in your draw, your fruit or vegetable snack and your water bottle.

You will not need to come in your PE Kit until next Friday,  our normal timetable resumes next week.

See you in the morning! :)

 

 

 

 

Dear Eagle Class of September 2020,

The return to school may seem a long way ahead but it will soon be here!

It certainly will have been an unusual transition from year 5 into year 6 for you, but we know that together we will all be okay. Your previous teachers have already told us what creative, resilient young people you are.

Our classroom isn't ready yet, but as soon as it is I will add some photos for you.

In the meantime have a lovely summer, recharge your batteries and brains!

We are looking forward to seeing you all in September.

Have fun, from,

Mrs Wambeek and the teachers in Eagles.

Nearly ready!

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