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Eagle - Year 6

Welcome to Eagle Class!

 

 

Have you seen the Kids’ Zone? Play games and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites.

Class Teacher: Mrs Wambeek

Supported by: Ms Richman

PPA/ Management time: Mrs M Fox

Mrs Lawson teaches MFL

Mrs Bastable teaches RE 

2019-2020 Overview of Curriculum

Autumn 2019 Timetable

Home Learning Grid Autumn 2019

Spring Timetable 2020

Home Learning Grid Spring 2020

SATs Information Power Point 2020

The last few photos of a great 6 weeks!

Week 12. Week commencing 13th July

I cannot believe that you are in the last week of term I hope by now you have all had contact with your secondary school. You may have even had your uniform fitted or met your new teachers. These are unique but memorable times. This week I would like for you to look back on your time at Bromet and think of the most important or funny events that you have experienced. Write them down, or create a small book that you can look back on in the future. Your task this week is to find out as much as you can about your new school.

Have a look at the transition attachment, if you haven't already done so. The tasks on here will help you prepare.

Final WWF: https://www.wwf.org.uk/learn/love-nature/plastics?dm_i=38LF,121ML,32BBYS,41FQH,1

Have fun outdoors too!

Mrs W :)

Our Week

Week commencing  06.07.20

Hi Eagle Class,
This weeks WWF: All about plastic-
https://www.wwf.org.uk/learn/love-nature/plastics?dm_i=38LF,11Y30,32BBYS,40ZKJ,1
Maths: This week complete one per day of the starter activities Monday- Thursday. The White Rose is attached.
English is from Bitesize again this week- click on the links please. I hope I've got them correct!
Also if you have picked up the It's Your Move Booklet from School the website linked to the book is: https://watfordschoolstrust.org/lesson-plans/ 
(There is a message on here from Mrs Bastable)
Have a great week. 
Mrs W. :)

Photos from the week

Dear Eagles- Week 10 already! (Week commencing 29th June )
WWF: https://www.wwf.org.uk/learn/love-nature/future-leaders
Maths is two sets of White Rose. Your starter task should be revision and the main a skill you know but haven't revisited for a while! Where you can, work in your book, I don't expect you to print everything.
English from Bitesize, looking at some Shakespeare and reading please.
Please send me photos of what you are doing at home so I can put then online for you.
Mrs W :)

 

Week 9, commencing 22nd June.

This week you will find arithmetic and White Rose Maths, as usual.
Check out the timetable for English. Monday and Tuesday's sessions require you to download the sheets 'A Day in the Life of' and 'An Icy Plunge'. You will need to look at the pictures and read the instructions on the sheet, answering the questions as you go. You can discuss the question, rather than write the answers, if you prefer. I would like you to write at least the next  2 paragraphs if you cannot complete each story. Wednesday will be easier for you if you look through the subjunctive PPT before attempting the sheets. Thursday there is some reading and comprehension to complete and a Bitesize lesson on Friday! Phew! you will be busy. 
Oh and of course Picture News!
Take good care of yourself! Mrs W:)

 

Pictures from our week! We've had fun!

Week Commencing 15th June

Hi 
I hope you are well.
Maths this week: There are some algebra sheets for you to try for your starter activities. This week I would like you to work through the Reasoning and Problem Solving pack I have attached. If you can complete 20 questions a day you will finish the pack! :)
English is Bitesize looking at poetry- If you are feeling creative have a go at writing a Lock down limerick. The spelling link is to the Spellzone site- just have some fun playing the games whilst you learn.
Picture News attached for you to read of course!
This week's WWF will be at: https://www.wwf.org.uk/learn/love-nature/grasslands?dm_i=38LF,11OZD,32BBYS,3ZV45,1
Check out TT Rock Stars this week.There is a tournament at the top of the page for you to take part in! 
Have a great week- keep sharing!

PIctures from our week

Hi Eagles, week commencing 8th June.
This is the work we will be doing this week. Everyone has the same Maths and English tasks so even if we don't see you in person please share your learning. I would still like to know what you have been up to!
Maths: Arithmetic and White Rose There are some additional sheets that recap last week's learning. These are optional.
English: This is from Bitesize again. Picture News attached for you to read and reading tasks linked to your current reading books.

WWF is linked to Worlds Oceans Day- https://www.wwf.org.uk/learn/love-nature/oceans?dm_i=38LF,11M0P,32BBYS,3ZIEA,1

You will also find a PPT and resources called transition resources. Work through these with your families they have some good activities in preparation for your transition to secondary school.


I will of course add any extra bits as I find them


Mrs W :)

Lots has been going on in week 7!

Dear Eagle Class, Week 6
I hope half- term has been relaxing and you have enjoyed the vast amount of sunshine we have had!

Maths and English this week is below.Use the  weekly timetable to help you access the links. 
English: The reading is linked to the book you are currently reading - Picture News is for you to read and discuss with your families.
I have used Bitesize again for your daily tasks as your feedback about this site was positive, the grammar is within the lessons and there is an extra sheet linked to antonyms.
Maths: Don't forget to complete the arithmetic each day, as well as the tasks.
The Home Learning Grid  has some activities for you to complete over the next few weeks.

Have fun Learning! Stay motivated and positive!
Mrs W. :)

 

Week 5 Photos

Hello Eagles! Week 5 already - it's half term next week- Wahoo!
Maths is below with  labelled daily sheets and the arithmetic and video links on single, separate pages.
Don't forget ,TT Rockstars and Mathletics. By the way what is your opinion, sensible please, of Numbots?

 

English is a little different this week- each day on the weekly timetable there is a link to click, to the day's Bitesize Daily Lesson. I will be interested to see what you think and how easy you find this. You will see I have also added a PSHE session to Friday - see below.
Reading is still from The Railway Children- we are nearly finished! I have also added the  Picture News, newspaper and don't forget First News.


WWF is an optional extra but I know some of you have really enjoyed these activities. 

https://www.wwf.org.uk/learn/love-nature/biodiversity?dm_i=38LF,11EFM,32BBYS,3YKMH,1


On Tuesday, The Joy of Moving Festival Leaflet will be available to download. Again read through and if you join in send us photos.


PSHE
This is additional work, called PSHE Friday – there is a PPT and 2 resource sheets attached. Read through the PPT complete the tasks and share the topic with a member of your family. You will need to download and complete the resource sheets.
You might need to ask an adult to guide you through.
Enjoy your learning!
Mrs W. :)

Some images from Week 4. Thank you- keep sending them!

Week 4 Maths and English

 

Morning, welcome to week 4! I hope you had a lovely Bank Holiday. ( Happy birthday if I have missed your's too)
Please read the weekly  timetable as each box contains information or instructions as to where to find what you need.

Maths:  STARTER=Arithmetic Daily Sheets- Look at the daily sheet and complete each daily task for fluency practise.
 MAIN=There is one PDF called video links- watch each appropriate daily clip before you begin the worksheets which are attached as PDFs and labelled Monday- Thursday. ( answers included) FRIDAY you need to go to Bitesize Daily
 (click on the link in the timetable  ) and complete the Weekly Challenge.
Reading: Make sure you have read The Railway Children so you can answer the questions. If you need a little longer to read, I trust you to reorganise your reading and answer the questions once you are ready. Don't forget First News ihub
and I have included Picture News for you to do some  extra reading.
English: There is a writing task set over 2 days this week. The instructions are in the materials. Read these first please, and do not rush to complete the writing in one day.
 Your diary writing continues on  a Tuesday and it is spellings - quick worksheet  and then spellzone games link this week, for Wednesday. 
Friday there is a comprehension. The reading and questions are in one file and the answers in another. Read and answer the questions before you take a peek at the answers!
I will of course add extras - this week's is the WWF link - it looks really interesting and thought you would enjoy it. Watch the video clips or read the challenges  and discuss or write about your thoughts and ideas as required.
Stay safe and well!
Mrs W:)

 

A day from Ava's diary!

A small selection- you have been busy!

Week 3 W/C 4th May

Hi All, 
Please read the instructions on the weekly timetable.

 We are already on week 3, you are all managing so well. Please keep posting or emailing, using admin,  your work. I am really interested in what you are doing.
This week ends with the VE Day Bank Holiday. We are having a front driveway street party where I live, if you do anything I would love to know.
Maths is mostly online this week, each day Mon- Weds is a link for you to click on (blue link each day) and complete the work! 
Thursday the work sheets are attached. Maths Everywhere.

English- no Picture News activity you will be pleased to know, but I have attached the paper for you to read, if you wish!
Comprehension is attached for Monday and  final write up of your Highwayman Report- having these emailed in, for me to read, would be lovely!
Stay safe and well and enjoy the short week!
Mrs W! :)

Extra task for VE Day- Design a medal activity Using the PowerPoint, read the information about WWII and VE Day with so you understand what is being remembered and celebrated. Read the information about war medals and look at the examples of war medals on the PowerPoint slides from World War II. Think about the questions on the slides. Then design a war medal for a member of the army, navy or air force returning home after World War II. You could use the paper worksheet or make your own medal using fabric, cardboard or anything else you have at home. The final task is to write a letter to a serviceman or woman, thanking them for their bravery, using the writing paper included. Bunting and flags Use the bunting and flag templates to help decorate your home for VE Day! To make them, you will need: colouring pens or pencils; glue, sticky tape or staples; a stick or lolly stick; and string or wool.

Thank you for showing me what you have been up to!

Home Learning Week 2 Week commencing 27th April 2020 

Please read before you start working.

Use the timetable  to guide you.

If you do not have a protractor to complete some maths questions then do not worry. I have uploaded a problem solving activity in Mathletics as well this week.
You need to look carefully at the success criteria for your Highwayman Writing task- it is in the instructions sheet which I have uploaded again. The box at the bottom. Have you included all of the features, is it the best vocabulary you could use, does it really engage the reader...etc? Please be your own critique, think how long it takes us in school to purple polish before you hand in your final piece.
You will see Weds has a file that says read first- to recap your skills, before you have a go at the work

If you do complete all of you English and Maths quickly this week- Please go to week 2 of BBC https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons and complete the lessons that are on there. You can have a go at the maths too, if you wish!

And finally, Picture News. I have numbered the documents so work through them in that order. One of them is purely the newspaper for you to read and another the British Value that this week's story connects to. I hope its easier this way!
Work hard and stay in touch! I do look at everything you send me even if I don't respond straight away!

Lots of hard work going on!

Potato Printing!

Masterchef! AKA Martha!

Welcome  - Week commencing 20th April 2020.

Home Learning for Summer Term.

 

Dear Eagle Class, pupils and parents/carers. 

I hope you are all well and  have had an enjoyable Easter. Have you finished all of your chocolate?

You will find below attachments and instructions for learning from home activities. The tasks have been divided into separate sections. Maths, English and P.E. will be updated weekly, by 9am on a Monday.

The summer learning grid has been uploaded with instructions for you to work through over the next few weeks. Pupil choice so there is a mixture of activities

I have also uploaded resources in Google Classroom, these are scheduled to send by 8am tomorrow.  

Children, create a timetable that suits you, your family and any other learning that is going on in your house. Work on your maths and English everyday and make sure you exercise.

Add, email, or share your work if you can. I will be looking out for it.

 

Parents if you have any problems I am on the end of the admin@bromet.herts.sch.uk email as always. Or will post a general comment in to our classroom, if it is something that can be answered in this way. I do not expect you to print everything where possible I hope the children can work online and record in their exercise books.

Important Message

In this technological age many of the activities are internet linked, please remind your children of  safe use when on the internet . 

 

Thank you all for your hard work and continued support in these most unusual times.I really hope we see each other soon but in the meantime stay safe and well.

Mrs W. smiley

 

 

Maths and English will be posted weekly- some of the activities in English will be for more than one week. The Maths should be worked through daily, week by week. Use the hyperlinks to access the maths and additional worksheets. The files/ folders below also contain information and/or instructions to support you with your work. Read the Picture News main folder before completing the written tasks in the home learning pack. (The other Picture News home learning challenges are optional.) Read attachments first to help you. Keep Working hard!

You have been busy this week

The grid is for you to work through during the next few weeks. Hopefully it includes instructions and links with additional information to help you work through. There is no particular order in which to complete each task however set aside time to work and organise yourself. This will really help you in preparation for future learning. Find ways to save on printing if you don't need to print information, don't. Use your exercise books to record handwritten entries, share word processed work and or photos in the classroom.

(Please note PowerPoint for R.E. Story is in Google Classroom as it the file was too large)

From us to you!

More photos

Some photos attached

As the Easter Break begins- Keep safe, be kind, have fun and laugh a lot! Make a Rainbow.

Some work came in during the holiday

D.T.

Work linked to Picture News

More packaging and report writing!

Action for Happiness- April

Updated Home Learning and Artwork

Easter Egg packaging ideas, already coming in!

Thank you Martha and Sienna - Easter Egg Timelines!

 W/C 23rd March 

Dear Eagle Class, over the next few unusual weeks please keep checking the class page and Google Classroom. For the next two weeks complete the learning packs that were sent home. Even the test papers, as they will keep your brains ticking!

When reading The Railway Children make sure you get to the end of chapter 5 by the end of the Easter Holidays. Read further if you wish to.  

 

You are all stars and have worked incredibly hard so far this year. Keep it going!

 Most important of all is to stay safe and well! 

 

Week 9- Trees,Class Book T-Shirt Designers and Food Tasting!

Week commencing 16th March(10)

Maths: Ratio and Proportion.

English:  The Highwayman: Completing our narratives, paying attention to language and punctuation choices. SPAG and Reading Tests

Guided reading: Looking at developing our fluency and comprehension skills. The Railway Children. E. Nesbit

SPAG: With Mrs White. Spelling practise. 

Wider Curriculum : Art (Realism) and History. (Battle of Britain)

Science: Looking through further  skills. Electricity and circuits.

PE: Gymnastics and Apparatus- PE KITS MUST BE IN PLEASE. THURSDAY THIS TERM

PSHE: Healthy Me. Mrs Doonan.

EXTRAS

We will be helping the PTFA on Friday afternoon.

Please check you have all your passwords for Mathletics, TT Rock Stars and Google. Please let me know if you do not.

Well done Nathan- someone who is always active!

 

Week commencing 9th March(9)

Maths: Applying fluency,estimation, problem-solving and reasoning!

English:  The Highwayman: Beginning our narratives, paying attention to language and punctuation choices. FORMAL LETTERS, SEE BELOW

Guided reading: Looking at developing our fluency and comprehension skills. The Railway Children. E. Nesbit

SPAG: With Mrs White. Spelling practise. 

Wider Curriculum : DT and Geography. ( continuing our biographies)

Science: British Science Week Create- a -Tree.Testing our knowledge of properties of Materials and revision of skills.

PE: Gymnastics and Apparatus- PE KITS MUST BE IN PLEASE. THURSDAY THIS TERM

PSHE: Healthy Me. Mrs Doonan.

EXTRAS

PLEASE SEND BACK YOUR PERMISSION SLIPS FOR LETTER WRITING IF YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY DONE SO. WE WILL ALL WE WRITING A FORMAL LETTER AND IT WOULD BE GREAT TO SEND OFF AS MANY AS WE CAN!

 

SEE YOU AT PARENT'S EVENING!smiley

 

 

Reading Rivers, Book Characters and Designing T-Shirts. World Book Day!

Mrs Pace came to read us Little Red on World Book Day

The Reading Corner

Maths Morning!

Week commencing 2nd March(8)

Maths: Area, perimeter and  volume. Fluency.

English:  The Highwayman: Performance, diary entry, poetic devices, language choices.

Guided reading: Looking at developing our fluency and comprehension skills. The Railway Children.

SPAG: With Mrs White. Spelling practise. 

Wider Curriculum :  Art, Realism and Geography.

Music: From WW2.

Science: Separating Solids- The conclusion, and revision of skills.

PE: Gymnastics and Apparatus- PE KITS MUST BE IN PLEASE. THURSDAY THIS TERM

PSHE: Healthy Me. Mrs Doonan.

EXTRAS

SIGN-UP FOR PARENT'S EVENING: Tuesday

 

Maths Morning: Weds 9.00-9.30am

 

WORLD BOOK DAY: THURSDAY (PJs and A BOOK)

 

CAKE SALE: FRIDAY at  3.15pm

 

Congratulations to Leo Fr!

 

Garden of Dreams 2020

SCIENCE AND R.E. Separating Solids and Stained Glass Windows

Week commencing 24th February(7)

Maths: Area and perimeter and  revision of skills.

English:  The Templeton Twins- prediction and looking at character description. Poetry, Villainous Verses.

Guided reading: Looking at developing our fluency and comprehension skills. 

SPAG: With Mrs White. Spelling practise. 

Wider Curriculum : Realism and WW2

Computing: Sound Works. Digital sound

Science: Completing an investigation. Separating Solids

PE: Gymnastics and Apparatus- PE KITS MUST BE IN PLEASE. THURSDAY THIS TERM

PSHE: Healthy Me. Mrs Doonan.

Extras:

Monday: Dog Safety Talk

Thursday: Mother Tongue Day

Friday: Garden of Dreams, 2.45pm in the hall

 

 AMBER- WELL DONE!

 

 

Masroor, overall winner and Leanna

SHARING OUR TALENTS- CONGRATULATIONS MAS AND LEANNA. YOU'RE THROUGH TO THE FINAL!

NUMBER DAY- THE REWARD!

Week commencing 10th February(6)

Maths: Algebra

English:  'Reading, SPAG and Poetry- The Highwayman

Guided reading: Looking at developing our fluency and comprehension skills. Holes by Louis Sachar.

SPAG: With Mrs White. Spelling practise. Commas for meaning

Wider Curriculum : Grasslands and WW2

POSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH: SAFER INTERNET DAY 

Science: Planning an investigation. Separating Solids

PE: Circuits and Fitness- PE KITS MUST BE IN PLEASE. THURSDAY THIS TERM

PSHE: Hopes and Dreams. Mrs Doonan

 

TALENT SHOW ON FRIDAY GOOD LUCK TO ALL!

THE A TEAM- 2ND PLACE in the DISTRICT!

Art- Oil Pastels

Week commencing 3rd February(5)

Maths: Algebra

English:  'Reading, SPAG and Poetry- Charge of the Light Brigade 

Guided reading: Looking at developing our fluency and comprehension skills. Holes by Louis Sachar.

SPAG: With Mrs White. Spelling practise. Parenthesis

Wider Curriculum : Place2 Be Activities

POSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH: Mindfulness with Natasha. Last Session

Science: Shadows ( weather permitting + test of knowledge so far )

PE: Circuits and Fitness- PE KITS MUST BE IN PLEASE. THURSDAY THIS TERM

PSHE: Hopes and Dreams. Mrs Doonan

Computing: E- Safety

TALENT SHOW CLASS HEATS ON WEDNESDAY

 

SATs information presentation. 3.30pm Thursday

Number Day and Film Night Friday

Arianna- for your positive attitude!

FLOTSAM

Week commencing 27th January(4)

Maths:  Percentages 

 

English:  'Reading, SPAG and Poetry- Momentos by Charlotte Bronte 

Guided reading: Looking at developing our fluency and comprehension skills. Holes by Louis Sachar.

SPAG: With Mrs White. Spelling practise.

Wider Curriculum : Art, realism. Planets. Geography, grasslands

POSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH: Mindfulness with Natasha. 

Science: Space Presenters- Looking at the planets, night and day and the lunar month

PE: Circuits and Fitness- PE KITS MUST BE IN PLEASE. THURSDAY THIS TERM

PSHE: Hopes and Dreams. Mrs Doonan

Computing: E- Safety

Joe- Well Done!

 

Don't forget:

Purple Science books in please

Reading Records and Home Learning due in for checking

Thursday-Walk to Oxhey Wood ( Erasmus Trip Pupils)

Friday-Boys Football Tournament ( Football team )

 

Have a good week!

Week commencing 20th January(3)

​​​​​​​Maths:  Arithmetic, Reasoning and Problem Solving Skills. 

 

English:  'Flotsam'. Report writing task.

Guided reading: Looking at developing our fluency and comprehension skills. Holes by Louis Sachar.

SPAG: With Mrs White. Spelling practise.

Wider Curriculum : Art, realism. Victorian Seaside, postcards to complete. Geography, letters to Jo to explain our learning.

POSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH: Mindfulness with Natasha. 

Science: Space Presenters- Looking at the planets, night and day and the lunar month

PE: Circuits and Fitness- PE KITS MUST BE IN PLEASE. THURSDAY THIS TERM

PSHE: Hopes and Dreams. Mrs Doonan

Computing: E- Safety

Leanna, for not giving up in your trial  and error maths question!

 

Rocks and Soils, thank you Jo from Affinity Water

Amazing Assembly- Led by amazing young people

Week commencing 13th January(2)

Maths:  Morning, Reasoning and Problem Solving Skills. Decimals to 3dp continued.

English:  'Flotsam'. Descriptive writing task.

Guided reading: Looking at developing our fluency and comprehension skills. Holes by Louis Sachar.

SPAG: verb tenses, with Mrs White. Spelling practise.

Wider Curriculum : Art, realism. Art for display linked to English. Victorian Seaside, postcards to complete. 

POSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH: Mindfulness with Rachel 

Drama: Assembly Practice! Please join us on FRIDAY- 9am

PE: Circuits and Fitness- PE KITS MUST BE IN PLEASE. THURSDAY THIS TERM

PSHE: Hopes and Dreams.

 The Rule of Law- The magistrate  is visiting on Monday to deliver an assembly and then meet and talk to you at greater length.

 

Millie, you should be incredibly proud of your positive attitude and resilience this week!

Welcome back to Spring term,we hope you have all enjoyed a great festive break. We would like to wish you all a hard-working and Happy 2020!

 

Week commencing 6th January(1)

Maths:  Morning, Reasoning and Problem Solving Skills. Decimals to 3dp

English:  'Flotsam'. Drama and vocabulary development week

Guided reading: Looking at developing our fluency and comprehension skills. Holes by Louis Sachar.

SPAG: Assessing skills learnt to date, with Mrs White. Spelling practise.

Wider Curriculum : Art, realism. Art for display linked to English. Victorian Seaside 

Science: Earth and Space- working  towards being ' Space Presenters'

Music: Music and composers of choice- Song for assembly!

PE: Circuits and Fitness- PE KITS MUST BE IN PLEASE. THURSDAY THIS TERM

PSHE: Hopes and Dreams. We will also be thinking about The Rule of Law- we have a local magistrate visiting next week.

 

We will also be planning and writing our assembly- this is on 17th January!

Thank you for your generous gifts and kind wishes, from the Eagles team

Week commencing 16th December (15)

Maths:  Morning Fluency-Skills. Santa Maths.

 

English:  Floodland, including drama and freeze framing.

Guided reading: Looking at developing our fluency and comprehension skills. Pig Heart Boy.

Wider Curriculum : Biomes. Completing  our passports. Christmas biscuit baking. Christmas cards

Wednesday: Christmas Breakfast, Christmas Dinner all wrapped up in your Christmas Jumper! (please wear your jumper in place of your usual cardigan or sweatshirt along with the rest of your normal school uniform) We will be watching Pig Heart Boy today

 

Thursday: Jack and the Beanstalk,in the afternoon for KS2.

 

Friday: Awards assembly- last day of term. School ends at 1.30pm today.

 

We cannot believe how fast the time has passed, the children have worked extremely hard this term and are all ready for a well-earned-break.

Tuesday night at St Matthew's made a fitting end to the busy term, we hope you enjoyed it!

May we take this opportunity to say a huge thank you for your support with your children's reading, home learning, attendance and extra-curricular activities, it is very much appreciated.

Seasons Greetings to you all!

THANK YOU.

 

Haani, well done.

Our tree decorations

Week commencing 9th December (14)

Maths:  Morning Fluency-Skills. Reasoning and Problem Solving Skills.

English:  Floodland, including text mapping and visualisation techniques.

Guided reading: Looking at developing our fluency and comprehension skills. Pig Heart Boy.

SPAG: Skills continued. Plus spellings Recapping words to date.

Wider Curriculum : Biomes. Continuing with our passports.

Science: Writing our Stomp Rocket News Stories.

Music: Christmas Singing- It's on the 10th, 6.15pm for a 6.30pm start. School Uniform and a bit of sparkle to be worn please.

PE: BASKETBALL- FRIDAY, OUTDOOR PE KITS MUST BE IN PLEASE

PSHE: Recognising risk part 2. Safe Place Activity.

 

Well Done Mas!

Week commencing 2nd December (13)

Maths:  Morning Fluency-Skills. Arithmetic

English:  Floodland, including text mapping and diary entries

Guided reading: Looking at developing our comprehension skills. Pig Heart Boy

SPAG: Skills continued. Plus spellings Recapping words to date.

Wider Curriculum : Biomes. Continuing with our passports

Science: Separating Mixtures

Music: Christmas Singing- We will be in touch if your support is needed on 9th. Thank you to all who have offered.

PE: BASKETBALL- FRIDAY, OUTDOOR PE KITS MUST BE IN PLEASE

PSHE: Recognising risk

Well Done Honey!

Science with Mr Cooper- Stomp Rockets!

 

Week commencing 25th November (12)

Maths:  Morning Fluency-Skills. Arithmetic

English:  Floodland and research skills.

Guided reading: Looking at developing our comprehension skills. Pig Heart Boy

SPAG: Skills continued. Plus spellings

Wider Curriculum : Biomes. William Morris- painting our design. More textiles making our stockings for next week's tree assembly.

Science: Planning, presenting and following a line of enquiry. PLASTIC BOTTLES REQUIRED

Music: Christmas Singing- Please send back your 'permission to walk to the church' slips, asap.

PE: BASKETBALL- FRIDAY, OUTDOOR PE KITS MUST BE IN PLEASE

PSHE:LAST SESSION of POSITIVE MINDS!

Well done to Olivia!

Week commencing 18th November  (11)

Maths:  Morning Fluency-Skills. Algebra

English:  Floodland by Marcus Sedgwick

Guided reading: Looking at developing our comprehension skills

SPAG: Progressive tenses and Inverted Commas 

Wider Curriculum :   Biomes passport and singing

Computing: Robotics and systems- Research linked to Science - Rockets

Science: Investigation Skills - A visitor will help us begin the investigation

If you have any empty 2 litre plastic bottles these will come in useful for Tuesday 

PE: BASKETBALL- FRIDAY, OUTDOOR PE KITS MUST BE IN PLEASE

PSHE: Positive Minds- only 2 session left!

 

 

Well done Aaron!

 

 

 

 Thank you again to the parents that came to the  hockey with us. I am very proud to say our A-team have made it through The District Finals!!

Textiles: Blanket stitching to create felt poppies.