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Falcon - Year 5 and Year 6

Welcome to Falcon Class 2021-22

Class Teacher: Mrs A Adoum

Teaching Partners: 

Mrs E MacDomnic (am)

ECT/PPA Cover: Mrs C Burns

R.E.: Mrs T Bastable

MFL: Mrs E Edwards

Mrs N Bridgman (interventions)

Mrs L Richman (interventions)

Northern Heights Information

Star of the week: Rosie H

SUPERSTAR award : Harvey 

Northern Heights - Initial Information

Christmas songs - lyrics

Falcon Class Reminders

 

Please do not forget to have with you the following items on the correct days of the week!

  • PE Kits should be worn on the day of PE, which is Tuesday 
  • Homework to be handed in on Mondays and then handed back out on Wednesdays. 
  • Reading records and books need to be in school on a daily basis and signed. 
  • Timetables work sheets are to be taken home on a Friday/Monday to be tested the following Thursday.  

It is vitally important that the children become independent and take responsibility for ensuring that they have the correct equipment on the correct days. 

Week beginning 18th July 

 

Our final week together as Falcon Class! Where did the time go? 

 

I would like to say well done to all of you for your hard work in Falcon Class. 

It's been my pleasure to teach you all,  I am proud of all of you and I will never forget my first class! :) 

I wish our Year 6 children the best of luck on the next chapter of their lives in secondary schools. You will be great! And good luck to all year 5 children in their final year in Eagle class. I won't be too far away from you! :) 

 

This week you will be presenting your history project presentations - I am very much looking forward to it! On Monday we will be remembering/learning about Nelson Mandela as it is 'Nelson Mandela Day'. We will also be watching year 6 leavers' performance. Lots of learning quizzes and fun activities. 

You will also be sharing your adventure stories with lower KS2 children as well as your science information posters. 

 

You can bring card games, board games for our spare time (please no electronic games). 

 

Please remember to bring SUN HATS  and water bottles! 

 

 

 

Our learning week commencing: 11th July

Maths:Volume: what is volume, compare volume, estimate volume, estimate capacity

English: The Hidden Forest: prepositional phrases, researching, planning and writing non-chronological report

Guided Reading: different short texts 

Spellings: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/239784/English_Appendix_1_-_Spelling.pdf   (page 23 of the document shows all spelling words that we've been practising) 

PSHE: Changing Me

Science: Living things and their habitats

RE: Monday with Mrs Bastable 

PE: Athletics (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Madame Edwards

Music: Tonality 

 

As the sunny days will definitely be here this week please remember your HATS!

Here are a few pictures from our educational and fun-filled class trip: 

 

 

Our learning week commencing: 4th July

Maths: Conversion of different units - imperial units, units of time, time tables

English: The Odyssey - editing your adventure story, then introduction to our new book

Guided Reading: different short texts 

Spellings

PSHE: Changing Me (Friday)

Science: Living things and their habitats

RE: Buddhism (Monday)

PE: Athletics (Tuesday) - Class trip this week

French: Wednesday with Madame Edwards

Music: Tonality 

 

We are looking forward to hearing what our Y6 children were up to during their time in Northern Heights! 

Don't forget our class trip to the STEM Discovery Centre is on Tuesday - 5th July. Please be in for 8:30 am as we will be leaving at 9 am!

 

Other reminders

HATS - it look promising to be hot and sunny 

LIBRARY Books - as we are getting nearer to the end of the term, please return your library books over the next two weeks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our learning week commencing: 27th June

Maths: Conversion of different units of measure

English: The Odyssey -writing your epic adventure story 

Guided Reading: Skellig - we are almost there!

Spellings: revisiting the learnt statutory spelling words

PSHE: Changing Me

Science: Living things and their habitats

RE: Buddhism (Monday)

PE: Athletics (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Madame Edwards

Music: Tonality 

 

It was lovely to see Year 5s back and hear that they all had a fantastic time. I hope that Y6 children will too have an enjoyable week in Northern Heights. Have fun! 

 

 

Our learning week commencing: 20th June

Maths: Properties of shapes: Complete a symmetric figure, reflection

English: The Odyssey - Advertisement, superlatives/comparatives

Guided Reading: Skellig

Spellings: to be issued in class

PSHE: Changing Me

Science: Animals and human beings 

RE: Buddhism (Monday)

PE: Athletics (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards (for Year 6 only)

Music: Tonality 

 

I wish all Year 5 a great trip in Northern Heights (Wed-Fri). I am looking forward to hearing all about your learning experiences and adventures on your return!  Have fun!

 

 

 

 

 

Our learning week commencing: 6th June

Maths: SATs practice papers, Properties of shapes: Lengths and angles in shapes

EnglishSATs practice papers, The Odyssey - dialogue conventions, narrative writing

Guided Reading: Skellig

Spellings: to be issued in class

PSHE: Changing Me

Science: Animals and human beings 

RE: Buddhism 

PE: Athletics (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

Music: Tonality

 

 

Our learning week commencing: 23rd May

Maths: Properties of shapes: Calculating angles around a point, Triangles, Qudrilaterals

EnglishThe Odyssey - Predictions based on inferences, multi-clause sentences, diary entry, using adverbials to portray a character (role play)

Guided Reading: Skellig

Spellings: to be issued in class

PSHE: Circle time with Mrs Doonan

Science: Animals and human beings 

RE: Buddhism 

PE: Cricket (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

Music: Dancing in the Street - Martha and the Vandellas 

 

Monday 23rd - Victorian day - dress up for the occasion. Agora Learning Partnership sharing assembly in the afternoon

Thursday 26th - Jubilee celebrations - wear red/white/blue for a voluntary contribution of £1.

Friday 27th - Sports afternoon - wear your house colour t-shirt

Our learning week commencing: 16th May

Maths: Properties of shapes: Directions and angles, measuring angles using protractors

EnglishThe Odyssey - introduction to our new book, asking investigative questions about a text, making predictions, writing a proclamation in the future tense,  writing a soliloquy 

Guided Reading: Skellig

Spellings: to be issued in class

PSHE: Relationships

Science: Animals and human beings 

Geography: How effective were the Viking longships?

RE: Buddhism 

PE: Cricket (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

Music: Dancing in the Street - Martha and the Vandellas 

Friday pm activities:  - Comparing Queen Elizabeth II and Queen Victoria

                                 - Dancing through decades  

 

Our learning week commencing: 9th May

Maths:  Decimals: Adding/subtracting decimals from the whole numbers, decimal sequence, multiplying and dividing decimals by 10, 100 and 1,000, consolidation of the unit 

English The High Rise Mystery (continuation of the extended narrative writing, editing for cohesive devices, newspaper article - planning, writing, publishing)

Guided Reading: High Rise Mystery

Spellings: to be issued in class

PSHE: Relationships

Science: Animals and human beings 

HistoryWhen did the Anglo-Saxons come to Britain and where did they settle?

RE: Buddhism 

PE: Cricket

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards ()

Music: Dancing in the Street - Martha and the Vandellas 

 

This week is the SATs week. We wish all our year 6 children good luck! You can do it! 

REMEMBER there will be SATs breakfast every morning from 8 am! 

Our learning week commencing: 2nd May

Maths:  Decimals: Decimals subtracting/adding with the same number of d.p. - word problems, Adding/subtracting with the different number of d.p. - Word problems 

English The High Rise Mystery (persuasive letter, narrative planning/writing/editing)

Guided Reading: Skellig / High Rise Mystery

Spellings: to be issued in class

PSHE: Relationships

Science: Animals and human beings 

Geography: Passage of Vikings (map skills)

RE: Four noble truths of Buddhism

PE: Cricket

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards (fruits)

Music: Dancing in the Street - Martha and the Vandellas 

DT: Yr 5 - puppets projects (Yr 6 DT/Art with Eagles)

Home learning for self-isolating pupils - week 2 Summer Term

Our learning week commencing: 25th April

Maths:  Decimals: Subtracting decimals within 1, Complements to 1, Adding/subtracting decimals - problem solving

English The High Rise Mystery (description of a setting using figurative language, newspaper article, dialogue writing)

Guided Reading: Skellig / High Rise Mystery

Spellings: to be issued in class

PSHE: Relationships

Science: Animals and human beings 

History: Who were Anglo-Saxons? 

RE: Four noble truths of Buddhism

PE: Cricket

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards (fruits)

Music: Dancing in the Street - Martha and the Vandellas 

Computing: Tinkering with scratch-music elements

DT: Yr 5 - puppets projects (Yr 6 DT/Art with Eagles)

Home learning for self-isolating pupils

Welcome back everyone! Hope that you all had a restful and enjoyable spring break. Looking forward to hearing about all your adventures! See you soon! smiley

 

Our learning week commencing: 18th April

Maths:  Decimals and percentages:  Fractions, decimals and percentages, equivalent F.D.P., adding decimals within 1

English The High Rise Mystery (introduction to a new book, using modals for predictions, character descriptions, diary entry, formal report)

Guided Reading: Skellig / High Rise Mystery

Spellings: to be issued in class

PSHE: Relationships

Science: Animals and human beings 

Geography: 

RE: Four noble truths of Buddhism

PE: Cricket

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards (fruits)

Music

Computing: 

DT: Yr 5 - puppets projects (Yr 6 DT/Art with Eagles)

 

 

 

 

Our learning week commencing: 28th March

Maths:  Decimals and percentages:  thousands as decimals, rounding decimals, comparing & ordering decimals, percentages.  

English The Man Who Walked Between Towers 

Guided Reading: Skellig 

Spellings: to be tested in class on the words you practised last week

PSHE: Healthy Me

Science: Forces

Geography: Oil spills in the sea 

RE: Faith in art, drama and songs (Christianity and Buddhism) 

PE: Gymnastics (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

Music: Love Me Tender by Elvis Presley 

Computing: Online safety

DT: Yr 5 - puppets projects (DON'T FORGET APRONS) (Yr 6 DT/Art with Eagles)

 

REMEMBER:  Bring in your Easter art homework. Parents/carers will be able to view it on Thursday in the hall. 

 

Our learning week commencing: 21st March

Maths: Fractions: Solving fraction problems, Decimals and percentages: Decimals up to 2 d.p., decimals as fractions

English The Sleeper and the Swindle (writing your individual narrative stories, Introduction to a new book: The Man Who Walked Between Towers. 

Guided Reading: Skellig

Spellings: to be issued

PSHE: Healthy Me

Science: Forces

History: Tudor houses.

RE: Faith in art, drama and songs (Christianity and Buddhism) 

PE: Gymnastics (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

Music: Mars by Donna Minto

Computing: Mars Rover

DT: Yr 5 - puppets projects (DON'T FORGET APRONS) (Yr 6 DT with Eagles)

 

 

Our learning week commencing: 14th March

Maths: Fractions: Multiplying non-unit fractions and mixed numbers by an integer, fractions of a quantity, using fractions as operators

English The Sleeper and the Swindle 

Guided Reading: The Boy in the Tower

Spellings: to be issued

PSHE: Healthy Me

Science: Forces

Geography: How to reduce pollution and clean our dirty water.

RE: Faith in art, drama and songs (Christianity and Buddhism) 

PE: Gymnastics (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

Music: Oceans, seas and rivers: 'What a Wonderful World' by Louis Armstrong

Computing: Mars Rover

DT: Yr 5 - puppets projects (DON'T FORGET APRONS) (Yr 6 DT with Eagles)

 

FRIDAY -18 March - RED NOSE DAY - wear something red for a donation of £1 for the charity

 

Our learning week commencing: 7th March

Maths: Fractions: Assessment Papers x 3, Subtracting mixed numbers, Subtracting breaking the whole

English The Sleeper and the Swindle 

Guided Reading: The Boy in the Tower

Spellings: to be issued

PSHE: Healthy Me

Science: Forces

History: Tudors and their link to the local area

RE: Faith in art, drama and songs (Christianity and Buddhism) 

PE: Gymnastics (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

Music: Make You Feel My Love

Computing: Mars Rover

DT: Yr 5 - puppets projects (DON'T FORGET APRONS) (Yr 6 DT with Eagles)

 

Upcoming event: 

18 March - RED NOSE DAY - wear something red for a donation of £1 for the charity

 

 

Our learning week commencing: 28th February

Maths: Fractions: Add 3 or more fractions, add mixed numbers, subtract fractions

English The Sleeper and the Swindle  (estate agent description, describing characters using antonyms, using subjunctive mood to create similes)

Guided Reading: The Boy in the Tower

Spellings: to be issued

PSHE: Healthy Me

Science: Forces

Geography: Human pollution

RE: Faith in art, drama and songs (Christianity and Buddhism) 

PE: Gymnastics (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

Music: Make You Feel My Love

Computing: Mars Rover

DT: Yr 5 - puppets projects (DON'T FORGET APRONS) (Yr 6 DT with Eagles)

 

Other important announcements: 

World Book Day - Thursday 3rd March. The theme is 'royalty'. Children can come in dressed in their royal costumes. I am looking forward to it! 

Friday - 4th March - Meet the author - Anna James - virtual session (details to follow by e-mail)

 

Our learning week commencing: 21st February

Maths: Fractions: Comparing and ordering fractions greater than 1, adding and subtracting fractions

English The Sleeper and the Swindle  (exploring characters, expanded noun phrases to describe characters, persuasive commands, relative clauses within reporting clauses) 

Guided Reading: The Boy in the Tower

Spellings: to be issued

PSHE: Healthy Me

Science: Forces

History: The Vikings

RE: Faith in art, drama and songs (Christianity and Buddhism) 

PE: Gymnastics (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

Music: Make You Feel My Love

Art: Surrealism - Rene Magritte 

DT: Yr 5 - puppets projects (Yr 6 DT with Eagles)

 

Hope you all had a lovely half term and are looking forward to our learning journey over the second part of this term. I am looking forward to hearing about your half term adventures! :)

 

Our learning week commencing: 7th February

Maths: Fractions: Mixed to improper fractions, Number sequences, Comparing and Ordering fractions

English The Boy in the Tower - by Polly Ho-Yen (writing opening of the narrative, create convincing characters, noun phrases, plan and write a resolution and a conclusion of the narrative)

Guided Reading: The Boy in the Tower

Spellings: criticise, curiosity, disastrous, embarrass, especially, exaggerate, excellent, explanation, forty, frequently

PSHE: Hopes and Dreams

Science: Earth and space 

Geography: Oceans - the impact of overfishing

RE: Faith in art, drama and songs (Christianity and Buddhism) 

PE: Dance (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

Music: Make You Feel My Love

Computing: Mars Rover - Using Binary text

DT: No DT due to the whole school talent show 

 

Well done to all those who entered the class heats, you were all great! 

The class finalists (Act 1: Lauren, Layla, Rosie H, Wanya and Act 2: Harvey) will be performing on Friday in our whole school talent show. GOOD LUCK!

 

FRIDAY - Non-school uniform day (voluntary contribution of £1 towards the school fund-raising)

 

World Book Day: 3rd of March at Bromet with the royal theme to link with the Queen's  Jubilee (you will have an opportunity to dress up in a royal themed dress or you can make your own crown to wear on the occasion!)

 

 

Our learning week commencing: 31st January 

Maths: Fractions: What are fractions?, Equivalent fractions, Greater than 1, Improper fractions

English The Boy in the Tower - by Polly Ho-Yen (journalistic report-finishing off, formal letter, fictional entry, narrative).

Guided Reading: The Boy in the Tower

PSHE: Hopes and Dreams

Science: Earth and space 

History: Vikings

RE: Faith in art, drama and songs (Christianity and Buddhism) 

PE: Dance (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

Music: Make You Feel My Love

Art: Drawing in the style of Salvador Dali 

DT: Puppets project (Friday pm)

 

Library - Tuesday 

Classroom heats for the talent show - Wednesday 

APRONS - please ensure that you have aprons in school

 

Our learning week commencing: 24th January 

Maths: Multiplication and division: Divide 2,3,4-digits by 1-digit, divide with remainders

English Introduction to a new book: The Boy in the Tower - by Polly Ho-Yen (using specific adjectives, abstract/concrete nouns, inferring information in order to make predictions, writing journalistic report)

Guided Reading: Skellig by David Almond

PSHE: Hopes and Dreams

Science: Earth and space 

Geography: Oceans

RE: Faith in art, drama and songs (Christianity and Buddhism) 

PE: Dance (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

Music: Make You Feel My Love

Computing: The Mars Rover 

DT: Puppets project (Friday pm)

 

Our learning week commencing: 17th January 

Maths: Multiplication and division: Multiply 3-digits by 2-digits, 4-digits by 2-digits, Divide 2-digits by 1-digit 

English: Here We Are by Oliver Jeffers: Relative clauses, explanation text, research (day and night leaflet), survival - opinion writing, constellation viewer

Guided Reading: Skellig by David Almond

PSHE: Hopes and Dreams

Science: Earth and space 

History: Shang Dynasty

RE: Faith in art, drama and songs (Christianity and Buddhism) 

PE: Dance (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

Music: Make You Feel My Love

Art: Salvador Dali (Impressionism) 

DT: Puppets project

 

 

Our learning week commencing: 10th January 

Maths: Multiplication and division: Multiply 2,3.4 digits by 1 digit, 2 digits by 2 digits

English: Here We Are by Oliver Jeffers: atmospheric poetry, solar system report, poster

Guided Reading: Skellig by David Almond

PSHE: Hopes and Dreams

Science: Earth and space 

Geography: Oceans

RE: Faith in art (Christianity and Buddhism) 

PE: Dance (Tuesday)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

Music: Make You Feel My Love

Computing: Mars Rover

 

 

Welcome back a Happy New Year 2022 to you all!

Hope you all had a restful and enjoyable break. I am looking forward to seeing you all back and hearing about your experiences! 

 

Our learning week commencing: 3rd January 2022

Thursday -

AM: We will be discussing and completing activities around Wellbeing, British Values, Maths Bingo

PM: Online Reputation, New Year's resolutions

Friday

AM: Desmond Tutu, PSHE (Money)

PM: DT for year 5 (puppets), Yr6 - wellbeing and team building activities

 

Our learning week commencing: 20th December 

Over the next day and a half we will enjoy Santa's breakfast,  some craft activities, educational games and a movie with popcorn! (children can bring in their games as long as they are not electronic). 

 

Well done to all of you for completing your first term in Falcon Class. It has been my pleasure teaching you and I look forward to our learning adventures in 2022! 

I wish you and your families joyful and restful Christmas and a Happy New Year!   

 

 

Our learning week commencing: 13th December 

Maths: Consolidation of learning 

English: Poetry (comprehension, structure, poem writing)

Guided Reading: Various Christmas Narrative stories 

DT: Clocks (Evaluation of the final product)

PSHE: Celebrating Difference: Celebrating difference across the world

Science: 

Geography: Leaflets about rivers

RE: Buddhism

PE: Volleyball 

French: Christmas - Le Noel!

Music: Christmas songs 

 

Additional information:

Tuesday 14th December - Our class Christmas performance will be recorded (school uniform please)

Wednesday 15th December - Christmas Jumper and Christmas Lunch Day

Thursday 16th December - Film and doughnuts in the afternoon (instead of the pantomime), children can come in wearing non-uniform clothes.

 

 

Our learning week commencing: 6th December 

Maths: Perimeter and Area: Area of shapes (consolidation)

English: Book: Firebird: Planning and writing up sensory description of settings, characters; exploring characters' feelings through drama

Guided Reading: Ancient Egyptians 

Art: Painting in style of Takashi Murakami

PSHE: Celebrating Difference: Does money matter?

Science: Writing up findings of the experiment - letter to Miss Evans 

History: Shang Dynasty

RE: Buddhism

PE: Volleyball 

French: What do you like to do

Music: Christmas songs 

 

 

Our learning week commencing: 29th November 

Maths: Perimeter and Area: Perimeter of rectilinear shapes, Calculating perimeter, Area of shapes (rectangles, irregular and compound shapes 

English: Book: Firebird: Using past perfect tense to create multi-clause sentences, changing adjectives and nouns into verbs, adverbial phrases, planning of a story

Guided Reading: Coming to England/ The Firework-Maker's Daughter

DT: Clock - assembly 

PSHE: Celebrating Difference: Types of bullying

Geography: Freshwater - rivers and streams

RE: Buddhism

PE: Volleyball 

French: Around school 

Music: Christmas songs 

 

Please encourage the children to learn the lyrics for the Christmas songs (attached above). 

Do your children like to read in strange places? If so, please e-mail us a picture that we can share on the school's display. 

 

Our learning week commencing: 22nd November 

Maths: Perimeter and Area: Measure perimeter, Perimeter on a grid, Perimeter of rectangles, Calculate perimeter

English: Book: Firebird: Expanded noun phrases, Modal verbs, Past perfect tense, Perfect and progressive verbs, Multi-clause sentences, 

Guided Reading: Strange Case of Origami Yoda

Art: Contemporary art

PSHE: Celebrating Difference: Bullying

History: Battle of Bosworth

RE: Buddhism

PE: Volleyball 

French: PE lesson

Music: Christmas songs 

Odd Socks Day - Monday - 15th November 

(donations NOT required)

Our learning week commencing: 15th November 

Maths: Multiplication and Division: Divide by 10, 100, 1000; Multiples of 10, 100 and 1,00

English: Book: The Strange Case of Origami Yoda-  Diary entry in the style of a character, Planning and writing of a discussion text.

Guided Reading: Coming to England by Floella Benjamin

Science: Properties and Changes of Materials: To plan an absorption test

DT: Clocks - planning and preparing the face

PSHE: Celebrating Difference: Rumours and name-calling 

Geography: Freshwater - rivers and streams

RE: Buddhism

PE: Volleyball 

French: School subjects

Music: Classroom Jazz - ' Take the A Train' by Duke Ellington 

Library: Tuesday pm - don't forget to bring in your library books if you would like to change them

 

Our learning week commencing: 8th November 

Maths: Multiplication and Division: Square numbers, Cube numbers, Multiply by 10, 100, 1000

English: Book: The Strange Case of Origami Yoda- Extracting information from a text, using persuasive and opposing language, turning nouns/adjectives into verbs using -ate, -ise, -ify 

Guided Reading: Coming to England by Floella Benjamin

Science: Properties and Changes of Materials: How to recover a substance from a solution

Art: Poppies art

PSHE: Celebrating Difference: Racism

History: Remembrance

RE: Buddhism

PE: Volleyball - volleying a ball 

French: What’s in my pencil case 

Music: Classroom Jazz - 'Three Note Bossa' / Desafinado - Stan Getz

 

 

Our learning week commencing: 1st November 

Maths: Multiplication and Division: Multiples, Factors, Common factors, Prime numbers

English: Book: The Strange Case of Origami Yoda- Inferring information about a character, predicting events, giving/writing instructions

Guided Reading: Coming to England by Floella Benjamin

Science: Properties and Changes of Materials: Comparing and grouping everyday materials

Art: Climate Change Day art

PSHE: Celebrating Difference: Different Cultures

Geography: Freshwater: Lakes and ponds

RE: Buddhism

PE: Volleyball - a fast catch volley

French: Clothing

Music: Classroom Jazz - 'Three Note Bossa' by Ian Gray

 

Also this week:

TUESDAY - A Whole School Climate Change Day 

Our learning week commencing: 18th October

Maths: Statistics: Use line graphs to solve problems, Read and interpret tables, Two-way tables, Timetables

English: Book: ‘Curiosity - The Story of Mars Rover’ (to plan and write a newspaper report, to edit/improve the work, to publish the work, to use dashes - to add information, to use expanded noun phrases with technical vocabulary)

Guided Reading: Coming to England by Floella Benjamin

Science: States of Matter: Water cycle

Art: David Hockney - focus on perspective 

PSHE: Being Me In My World: Owning our learning charter

History: Shang Dynasty

RE: Buddhism

PE: Basketball - a basketball tournament

French: Clothing

Music: Livin' On A Prayer/I Saw Her Standing There

Also this week:

LENNY HENRY - a virtual author event 

Parent Consultations - Wednesday & Thursday

 

Kind Request:

PLEASE PROVIDE A CARRIER BAG AS LAST YEARS BOOKS WILL BE SENT HOME SOON

 

 

 

Our learning week commencing: 11th October

Maths: Statistics: Interpret charts, Introduce line graphs, Read and interpret line graphs, Draw line graphs

English: Book: ‘Curiosity - The Story of Mars Rover’ (to use cohesive devices, to write an explanation, passive voice for a formal blog, news report)

Guided Reading: Coming to England by Floella Benjamin

Science: States of Matter: How do particles behave inside solids, gasses and liquids

DT: Clock mechanism

PSHE: Being Me In My World: How democracy and having a voice benefits the school community

Geography: Aquatic Biomes

RE: Buddhism

PE: Basketball - to apply learnt rules and tactics in a game

French: Greetings

Music: Livin' On A Prayer/Johnny B. Goode

 

Kind Request:

PLEASE PROVIDE A CARRIER BAG AS LAST YEARS BOOKS WILL BE SENT HOME SOON

 

Our learning week commencing: 4th October

Maths: Addition and Subtraction: Subtract two 4-digit numbers, Subtract whole numbers with more than 4-digits, Rounding to estimate and approximate, Inverse operations, Subtraction word problems

English: An introduction to our new book: ‘Curiosity - The Story of Mars Rover’ (asking questions, modal verbs to suggest possibilities, multi-clause sentences, conversion of informal language to formal language).

Guided Reading: Coming to England by Floella Benjamin

Science: Biology - Are all teeth the same? 

Art: To practice implementing David Hockney’s style 

PSHE: Being Me In My World: Our Learning Character

History: To understand the importance of the Hidden Figures

RE: Buddhism

PE: Basketball - a set shot and a jump shot

Music: Livin' On A Prayer/Rocking All Over The World

 

Also this week: 

Harvest collection begins on Monday. We are collecting for Red Trust Bushey Foodbank. Donations can be left under the canopy on KS1 playground.

Thank you in advance for your generosity.

On Monday afternoon we will take part in a virtual 'Meet the Author' session (Aisling Fowler) 

Friday - 8th October - Non-school uniform day - Hello Yellow - Mental Health Day.

Children can wear a yellow item to school. We will be collecting money for the Young Minds charity - voluntary contributions. 

Over the next few days we will be talking and learning about road safety and how we can ensure to stay safe on the road. Here is the link to the 'Be Bright Be Seen' initiative that you can share with your children at home :

 

https://brightkidz.co.uk/initiatives/be-bright-be-seen/ 

 

Our learning week commencing: 27th September 

 

Maths: Place Value: Roman numerals, Addition and Subtraction: Add two 4-digit numbers (one exchange, more than one exchange), Add whole numbers with more than 4 digits

English: 'Hidden Figures' book: A memoir planning, writing, editing and re-drafting

Guided Reading: Wolf Brother by Michelle Paver

Science: Digestive System Revision

D/T: Mechanism - compass making

PSHE: Being Me In My World: Rewards and Consequences 

Geography: Local Area compared with another area

RE: Buddhism

PE: Basketball - To track an opponent and use defensive techniques to win the ball

Music: Livin' On A Prayer/Smoke On The Water

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