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Bromet Primary School Excellence, Enjoyment and Achievement for All

Nightingale - Year 4 and Year 5

Welcome to Nightingale Class 2021-22

Class Teacher: Mrs Lynne Wambeek

Teaching Partners: Mrs N. Sabatini (am)

Mrs L. Richman ( Mon, Tue, Weds pm)

Management time: Mrs M. Fox ( Tues am -Weds am and pm) 

PPA Cover: Mrs T. Bastable ( R.E.)

MFL: Mrs E. Edwards (Weds)

Teaching Student: Miss Ralph

Autumn Timetable 2021-22

Week 5 W/C 31st January Remote learning for children isolating not class closure

Week 5: Week commencing 31st January

Congratulations to our Star of the Week, George.

 

I hear you have all been working hard and looking after each other! 

Well Done!

 

Maths: Division- Formal and written methods 

Times tables:  Wednesday is Chromebook practise. Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising at home too! Remember TT Rockstars 

English: Beowulf by Michael Morpurgo. 

Guided Reading:  We will be using Beowulf, as there is a lot to read!

Don't forget VIPERS- Can you remember what they are?

Spellings: prefixes and root words

dismount, dismember, deformed, demoralised, misguided,  mistrust, overburdened, overconfident, rethink,re-energised. ( taken from Beowulf activities)

Art:  Surrealism

Science: Earth and Space 

History: Who were the Vikings?

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards. Where we live

R.E. With Mrs Bastable.

P.S.H.E. Hope and Dreams

Music: What a Wonderful World- singing

P.E. THIS IS ON A THURSDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. DANCE

Forest School: TUESDAY AFTERNOON. Don't forget a long outer layer and suitable footwear.

Library: Alternate Wednesdays, please return your books in time. 

Further  information:

Class Assembly: As soon as I am back we will begin rehearsing - be ready!

Talent Show: Class heats on Thursday afternoon.

Year 4 Request: After half term you will be making houses as part of your D.T. learning about structures. Please start collecting cardboard and materials you can cut and glue to create your models. These can be brought into school anytime.

APRONS: Please make sure you have an art apron in school.

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HAVE A GOOD WEEK!

 

 

 

THE TALENT SHOW IS BACK!

Great News the 'Bromet's got Talent' show is back! Class heats will take place on Thursday 3rd February, with the two class finalists going through to the final that will be watched remotely if we need to remain in bubbles!

Please let me know by Friday 28th January if you are planning to enter this year.

 

GOOD LUCK!

 

Here We Are:Our own lyrics to 'Its a Wonderful World' and portraits of each other celebrating how great we are!

Week 4: Week commencing 24th  January

Congratulations to our Star of the Week, Rumaysa.

 

 

Maths: Multiplication and Division- Formal and written methods 

Times tables:  Wednesday is Chromebook practise. Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising at home too! Remember TT Rockstars 

English: Beowulf by Michael Morpurgo. 

Guided Reading:  Oranges in No Mans Land by Elizabeth Laird

Don't forget VIPERS- Can you remember what they are?

Spellings: ibly, ably:

possibly adorably horribly enjoyably agreeably incredibly sensibly respectably legibly 

reliably  terribly

D.T.  Structures

Science: Earth and Space 

Geography: Layers of the Ocean

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards. Where we live

R.E. Judaism.

P.S.H.E. Hope and Dreams

Music: What a Wonderful World- singing

P.E. THIS IS ON A THURSDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. DANCE

Forest School: TUESDAY AFTERNOON. Don't forget a long outer layer and suitable footwear.

Library: Alternate Wednesdays, please return your books in time. 

 

Year 4 Request: After half term you will be making houses as part of your D.T. learning about structures. Please start collecting cardboard and materials you can cut and glue to create your models. These can be brought into school anytime.

APRONS: Please make sure you have an art apron in school.

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HAVE A GOOD WEEK!

Week 4 w/c 24th January -timetable for isolation only

Enquiry based learning in D.T. We researched types of bridges and presented our findings to the rest of the class.

Week 3: Week commencing 17th  January

Congratulations to our Star of the Week, Bader.

 

I am so  proud of your behaviour during Ofsted. You all showed what incredible, young people you are and your love of learning shone through!

 

Maths: Multiplication and Division- Formal and written methods 

Times tables:  Wednesday is Chromebook practise. Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising at home too!

English: Here we Are by Oliver Jeffers- We are focusing editing our lyrics and researching and writing a report about a planet. We will also begin to plan and write our class assembly!

Guided Reading:  Oranges in No Mans Land by Elizabeth Laird

Don't forget VIPERS- Can you remember what they are?

Spellings: ture:

 mixture capture future feature adventure nature picture creature fracture signature

D.T.  Structures

Science: Earth and Space 

Computing: Collaborative Learning

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards. Where we live

R.E. Judaism.

P.S.H.E. Hope and Dreams

Music: What a Wonderful World,linked to English this week

P.E. THIS IS ON A THURSDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. DANCE

Forest School: TUESDAY AFTERNOON. Don't forget a long outer layer and suitable footwear.

Library: Alternate Wednesdays, please return your books in time. 

 

Year 4 Request: After half term you will be making houses as part of your D.T. learning about structures. Please start collecting cardboard and materials you can cut and glue to create your models. These can be brought into school anytime.

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HAVE A GOOD WEEK!

w/c 17th January Remote learning for isolation

Our Magic Boxes- what would you put in yours?

Week 2: Week commencing 10th  January

Congratulations to all our Stars of the Week to Come!

Maths: Multiplication and Division- Formal and written methods 

Times tables:  Wednesday is Chromebook practise. Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising at home too!

English: Here we Are by Oliver Jeffers- We are focusing on poetry letters and lyrics

Guided Reading:  Oranges in No Mans Land by Elizabeth Laird

Don't forget VIPERS- Can you remember what they are?

Spellings:  Gu words: 

D.T.  Structures

Science: Earth and Space 

Computing: Collaborative Learning

Geography: Oceans

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards. 

R.E. Christianity and Judaism

P.S.H.E. Hope and Dreams

Music: What a Wonderful World,linked to English this week

P.E. THIS IS ON A THURSDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. DANCE

Forest School: TUESDAY AFTERNOON. Don't forget a long outer layer and suitable footwear.

Library: Alternate Wednesdays, please return your books in time. 

 

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HAVE A GOOD WEEK!

w/c 10th Jan remote learning for children isolating

W/C 3rd January 2022

Welcome back!

Thursday am we will be:

Changing places- sharing news 

Reminding ourselves of the rules that keep us safe

Doing our Times table practise / bingo challenges 

Share the introduction to our new guided reading book

New spellings Gu words  Guide, guiding, guitar, guest, guineapig, guava, guilty, guarantee,guardian,guard

 Looking at 5 ways to well being and British Values recap

Thursday pm 

PSHE-we will update our network hands and look at online safety

We might play some games outside  -if weather permits 

Friday am

x table test 

9.30am- 10.15am Inverse operations recap

Poetry The Magic Box 

Friday pm

Spelling

Desmond Tutu - the life of a significant person from history

 

Have a great couple of days everyone!smiley

 

 

 

Week 1 w/c 3rd January 2022 Isolation timetable, not bubble closure

Week 15: Week commencing 20th December

Congratulations Masooma, our Star of the Week

 

We have made it to the end of our first term together! The children have managed remarkably well in these unpredictable times. I am very proud of all of them.

 

Monday: The children can bring in toys/games from home, ( named and their responsibility) no electronic devices however. Film afternoon.

Tuesday: Quiz and games morning, tidy and end of term.

 

I hope you all have an enjoyable Christmas break and you and your families remain safe and well. With my best wishes and thanks to you all. Happy 2022 

Lynne Wambeek.

week 15 commencing 20th December isolation timetable

Week 14 w/c 13th December - Remote learning for isolation not bubble closures

Week 14: Week commencing 13th December

Congratulations Finley, our Star of the Week

Maths: Measure- Counting squares, matching area and area of compound shapes 

Times tables:  Wednesday is Chromebook practise. Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising at home too!

English: The Lion and the Unicorn by Shirley Hughes. A new book linked to the story of a World War 2 Evacuee

Guided Reading: We are reading The Eye of the Wolf by by Daniel Pennac.

Don't forget VIPERS- Can you remember what they are?

Spellings:  Contracted words: doesn't, couldn't, shouldn't, wouldn't, you're,  they're, shan't, won't, can't, don't

D.T.  Clocks- adding the mechanisms and evaluating 

Science: Ear Muff evaluations

ART: Making our Christmas cards

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards. School

R.E. Christianity and Judaism

P.S.H.E. Acts of kindness

Music: Christmas. singing and poetry- Our performance is Tuesday

P.E. THIS IS ON A FRIDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. Football

Library: Alternate Wednesdays, please return your books in time. 

Points to note

Christmas jumpers on Wednesday 

PANTO ON THURSDAY!

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HAVE A GREAT WEEK! 

Week 13: Week commencing 6th December

Congratulations Zahra, our Star of the Week

Maths: Measure, perimeter and area

Times tables:  Wednesday is Chromebook practise. Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising at home too!

English: The Lion and the Unicorn by Shirley Hughes. A new book linked to the story of a World War 2 Evacuee

Guided Reading: We are reading The Eye of the Wolf by by Daniel Pennac. Don't forget VIPERS

Spellings:  'ou' enough, courage, courageous, trouble, young,  youngest, country, touch, encourage, encouragement 

D.T.  Clocks- adding the mechanisms 

Science: Writing to Miss Evans

ART: Making our Christmas cards

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards. School

R.E. Christianity and Judaism

P.S.H.E. Discussing British Values 

Music: Christmas. singing and poetry

P.E. THIS IS ON A FRIDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. Football

Library: Alternate Wednesdays, please return your books in time. 

Points to note

Christmas lyrics are now on our class page 

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HAVE A GREAT WEEK! 

The Christmas Tree

Sea the Damage

CHRISTMAS 2021-Words for the songs we will be singing! :)

Week 13 Remote Learning for children isolating not whole class closure

Week 12: Week commencing 29th November

Congratulations Holly, our Star of the Week

Maths: Multiplication and division continued 10, 100, 1000 and assessments of our learning so far

Times tables:  Wednesday is Chromebook practise. Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising at home too!

English: Jabberwocky by C.S. Lewis. Time to write our own versions

Guided Reading: We are reading The Eye of the Wolf by by Daniel Pennac

Spellings: immature, immeasurable, impossible, immortal, imperfect, impatient, immovable,impolite, important, improper

Science: Properties of Materials. Nappies investigation

D.T.  Clocks- adding the mechanisms 

ART: Making the decorations for our tree assembly on Friday

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards. School

R.E. Christianity and Judaism

Geography: Rivers and lakes 

P.S.H.E. To like and respect my own identity

Music: Christmas!!!!

P.E. THIS IS ON A FRIDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. Football

Library: Alternate Wednesdays, please return your books in time. 

Points to note

Christmas lyrics are now on our class page 

Please return your church letters- thank you

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HAVE A GREAT WEEK! 

w/c 29th November remote learning for those isolating, not bubble closure

REQUEST

We all love to read- your challenge is to take a photo of you reading in a most unusual spot and send it in to school, either by email or in person!

We cant wait to see them!

 

Week 11: Week commencing 22nd November

Congratulations Alfie, our Star of the Week

Maths: Multiplication and division continued 10, 100, 1000 continued

Times tables:  Wednesday is Chromebook practise. Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising at home too!

English: Jabberwocky by C.S. Lewis

Guided Reading: We are reading The Eye of the Wolf by by Daniel Pennac

Spellings: certain, continue, experience, forward(s), guard, peculiar, surprise, various,
strange, ordinary

Science: Properties of Materials

D.T.  Clocks- planning

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards. School

R.E. Christianity and Judaism

P.S.H.E. Continuing with learning about how to deal with bullying

Music: Christmas!!!!

Computing: Creative Commons

P.E. THIS IS ON A FRIDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. Football

Library: Next Wednesday, please return your books in time. 

Points to note

Christmas lyrics are now on our class page too

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HAVE A GREAT WEEK! 

Remote Learning for children isolating not bubble closure

ODD SOCKS!!!

Lest we Forget

Week 10: Week commencing 15th November

Congratulations Lucy, our Star of the Week

Maths: Multiplication and division continued

Times tables:  Wednesday is Chromebook practise. Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising at home too!

English: Jabberwocky by C.S. Lewis

Guided Reading: We are reading The Eye of the Wolf by by Daniel Pennac

Spellings: Looking at spellings from the year 4 and 5 National Curriculum lists ( current words that feature in our English Unit)

Science: Properties of Materials

Geography: Freshwater lakes, ponds and rivers

D.T.  Clocks- planning

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards. School

R.E. Christianity and Judaism

P.S.H.E. Anti Bullying Week

Music: Don't Stop Believing-The Journey

Computing: Images and online safety

P.E. THIS IS ON A FRIDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. Football

Library: On Wednesday. 

Points to note

Wear your ODD SOCKS on Monday to celebrate your individuality!

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HAVE A GREAT WEEK! 

Remote Learning for children isolating,not closure w/c 15th November

Week 9: Week commencing 8th November

Congratulations Walter, our Star of the Week

Maths: Multiplication and division

Times tables:  Wednesday is Chromebook practise. Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising at home too!

English: Non- chronological report planning and completing. Remembrance poetry

Guided Reading: We are reading The Eye of the Wolf by by Daniel Pennac

Spellings: Looking at spellings from the year 4 and 5 National Curriculum lists ( current words that feature in our English Unit)

Science: Properties of Materials

History: Remembrance

D.T.  Clocks- planning

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards. 

R.E. Christianity and Judaism

P.S.H.E. The importance of people in a crisis

Music: Don't Stop Believing-The Journey

Computing: Website Hackers

P.E. THIS IS ON A FRIDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. Football

Library: On Wednesday. Don't forget to return your book for next week

Points to note

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HAVE A GREAT WEEK! 

Just a few

W/C Learning for children isolating not class closure

Week 8: Week commencing 1st November

Congratulations Hibah, our Star of the Week

Maths: Statistics problem solving using to line graphs

Times tables:  Wednesday is Chromebook practise. Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising at home too!

English: The Matchbox Diary- - Non- chronological report planning and writing

Guided Reading: We are reading The Eye of the Wolf by by Daniel Pennac

Spellings: Looking at spellings from the year 4 and 5 National Curriculum lists ( current words that feature in our English Unit)

Science: Properties of Materials

History: Remembrance

Art: Poppies

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards. Clothing

R.E. Christianity and Judaism

P.S.H.E. Celebrating Difference; understanding the meaning of 'Don't judge a book by it's cover'

Music: Don't Stop Believing-The Journey

Computing: Online safety: Image 

P.E. THIS IS ON A FRIDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. Football

Library: On Wednesday. Don't forget to return your book

Points to note

IT WAS GREAT TO SEE YOU AT PARENT'S EVENING!

TUESDAY IS A WHOLE SCHOOL CLIMATE CHANGE DAY

YEAR 4  VIRTUAL AUTHOR EVENT THIS WEEK
HAVE A GREAT WEEK! smiley

WC 1st Nov- Remote Timetable; for children isolating not whole closure

Northern Heights initial information

Halloween Cake Sale

Week 7: Week commencing 18th October

Congratulations Ethan, our Star of the Week

Maths: Statistics includes an introduction to line graphs

Times tables:  Wednesday is Chromebook practise. Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising at home too!

English: The Matchbox Diary- - looking at antonyms and  writing ship's logs 

Guided Reading: We are reading The Firework Maker's Daughter by Philip Pullman

Spellings: Looking at spellings from the year 4 and 5 National Curriculum lists 

Science: Solids, liquids and gases 

History: Black History

Art: Landscape painting

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards. Clothing

R.E. Christianity and Judaism

P.S.H.E. Being a citizen

Music: Don't Stop Believing-The Journey

Computing: HTML and CSS 

P.E. THIS IS ON A FRIDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. Gym/team games depending on weather 

Library: After half term on Wednesday. Don't forget to return your book

Points to note

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

YEAR 5 LENNY HENRY VIRTUAL AUTHOR EVENT THIS WEEK
SEE YOU AT PARENT'S EVENING

HAVE A GREAT WEEK! smiley

W/C 18th October.Remote learning for children isolating not whole class closure

W/C 11th October Remote Learning for children isolating, not closure

Week 6: Week commencing 11th October

Congratulations Sienna, our Star of the Week

Maths: Addition and subtraction using formal methods and solving multi-step problems

Times tables:  Wednesday is Chromebook practise. Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising at home too!

English: The Matchbox Diary- Introduction to our new book this week- looking at adverbs conjunctions, the articles 'a' and 'an' and diary entries

Guided Reading: We are reading The Firework Maker's Daughter by Philip Pullman

Spellings: Looking at spellings from the year 4 and 5 National Curriculum lists 

Science: Animals and humans

History: Black History

D,T: The Water Clock (and finishing our card designs)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards. Greetings

R.E. Christianity and Judaism

P.S.H.E. To understand how our actions affect others

Music: Don't Stop Believing-The Journey

P.E. THIS IS ON A FRIDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. Gym/team games depending on weather 

Library: Our visit to the school library is this Wednesday. Don't forget to return your book

Point to note

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

HAVE A GREAT WEEK! smiley

National Poetry Day and Art

Did you know The Chinese invented the compass? An invention that shaped the world. We made our own in D.T.

w/c 4th October: Remote Learning for Children isolating

Week 5: Week commencing 4th October

Congratulations Max, our Star of the Week

Maths: Revision of Roman Numerals. Addition and subtraction using formal methods including exchanges and checking strategies, such as inverse operations

Times tables:  Wednesday is Chromebook practise. Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising at home too!

English: We have nearly finished writing our sequels. Well done! This week we will also be concentrating on poetry- looking at imagery techniques, writing a Kenning and  a rehearsing a choral performance to be shared with the whole school!

Guided Reading: We are reading The Firework Maker's Daughter by Philip Pullman

Spellings: Looking at spellings from the year 4 and 5 National Curriculum lists ( focus doubling letters)

Science: Animals and humans

Geography: Local area and changes

Art: David Hockney, our featured artist. (...and Christmas card and calendar designing!!!)

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards. The Alphabet

R.E. Christianity and Judaism

P.S.H.E. British Values, looking at whats in the news and how it affects us

Music: Don't Stop Believing-The Journey

P.E. THIS IS ON A FRIDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. For this half term we are learning the rules and skills of Badminton

Library: Our visit to the school library is alternate Wednesdays. Books need to be returned for next week.

Extra Information:

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.

Year 5 will take part in a virtual 'Meet the Author' session on Monday afternoon.

Aisling Fowler 

Don't forget to bring in your home learning on Mondays and reading records everyday.

HAVE  A GREAT WEEK! smiley

Authors in the Making!!!

Week 4: Week commencing 27th September

Congratulations FAITH, our Star of the Week

Maths: Revision of negative numbers. Addition and subtraction using formal methods including exchanges

Times tables:  Wednesday is Chromebook practise. Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising at home too!

English: Our book is called Farther written by Grahame Baker- Smith: We will continue to write, edit and then complete our sequels

Guided Reading: We are reading The Firework Maker's Daughter by Philip Pullman

Spellings: Looking at spellings from the year 4 and 5 National Curriculum lists ( focus doubling letters)

Grammar: Adverbials

Science: Animals and humans

History: Local area and changes. Don't forget your home learning for Mrs M

D.T. Chinese Inventions - The Compass

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

R.E. Christianity and Judaism- the significance of light

P.S.H.E. British Values and and introduction to the United Nations Rights of the Child

Music: Don't Stop Believing-The Journey

P.E. THIS IS ON A FRIDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. For this half term we are learning the rules and skill of Badminton

Library: Our visit to the school library is alternate Wednesdays, I am please to say it will resume this week.

HAVE A GREAT WEEK!smiley

Week commencing 27th September Remote Learning for isolation not bubble closure

Sweet dreams and a portrait gallery!

Week 3: Week commencing 20th September

Congratulations THEO our Star of the Week

Maths: Place value, comparing numbers and Roman Numerals

Times tables: Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising

English: Our book is called Farther written by Grahame Baker- Smith: We discuss paragraphs, conjunctions adverbials and write an explanation of our own flying machine

Guided Reading: We are now reading The Firework Maker's Daughter by Philip Pullman

Spellings: Looking at spellings from the year 4 and 5 National Curriculum lists 

Science: Habitats- Showing what we already know

History: Local area and changes 

Art: Introduction to David Hockney and landscape painting

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

R.E. Christianity and Judaism- the significance of light

P.S.H.E. British Values

P.E. THIS IS ON A FRIDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. For this half term we are learning the rules and skill of Badminton

HAVE A GREAT WEEK!smiley

W/C 20th September remote learning for children isolating

Do you have a Growth Mindset? I can't do it ...YET!

Week 2: Week commencing 13th September

Congratulations ALYZA our Star of the Week

Maths: Place value, including numbers to 1,000,000 partitioning, and negative numbers

Times tables: Our test is usually on a Friday- keep practising

English: Our book is called Farther written by Grahame Baker- Smith: We discuss our likes and dislikes, practise oral story telling and look at how the author has used language to create the imagery

Guided Reading: We are now reading The Firework Maker's Daughter by Philip Pullman

Spellings: Looking at spellings from the year 4 and 5 National Curriculum lists 

Science: What makes a scientist? Animals and Human revision and recap- Showing what we already know

Geography: Local area

D.T: Introduction to mechanisms

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

R.E. Christianity and Judaism- the significance of light

P.S.H.E. Being a school citizen and British Values

P.E. THIS IS ON A FRIDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. For this half term we are learning the rules and skill of Badminton

HAVE A GREAT WEEK!smiley

A few things

 What a great start to the term - the children have settled in really well and the sunshine has been kind to us, it has been lovely to be back in school.

On Monday afternoon we have a Wellbeing Workshop, led by the Hertfordshire Wellbeing Team. You are also welcome to come in and have a look around the classroom between 3.30 and 4pm if you have time.

 

Week 2 13th September. Learning for children isolating, not class closure.

A look at our classroom

Week 1 W/C 6th September 

Oh my goodness Nightingale Class, I hope you are as excited as I am about returning to school. The classroom is nearly ready, it's just you that I'm missing.

We will spend the first couple of days getting to know each other again, talking about our hopes, wishes and targets for this year. Together we will write our class rules, talk about how we are feeling and discuss the importance of growth mindset and teamwork. All of the other teachers and adults in Nightingale Class are really looking forward to this school year and learning with you! 

I cannot wait to see you all and hear about your holidays.

SEE YOU ON MONDAY! Mrs W.heart

Monday: All day PSHE- Growth mindset, mental health, rules, feelings, global citizens

Tuesday morning: PSHE- continued from yesterday. Safe place and dream catchers 

Maths: Place value, including numbers to 100,000 rounding to 10,100 and 1000 ordering and comparing

Times tables: Our test is usually on a Friday

English: Our book is called Farther written by Grahame Baker- Smith: We will begin by making predictions and considering the theme of the book. The written task is a descriptive postcard about our dreams to one of the characters.

Guided Reading: We will all be reading The Iron Man by Ted Hughes

Spellings: Looking at spellings from the year 4 and 5 National Curriculum lists 

Science: What makes a scientist?

Geography: Recapping our skills, what we have learned so far

Music: Don't Stop Believing- Music appreciation

Art: Self Portrait

French: Wednesday with Mrs Edwards

R.E. Recapping our skills and sharing our knowledge of religions we have learned about

P.E. THIS IS ON A FRIDAY PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL. For this half term we are learning the rules and skill of Badminton

HAVE A GREAT WEEK!smiley

 

Information for children isolating ( not whole class closure)

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