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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, Thurs pm)

Management time: Mrs M. Fox ( Tues am -Weds all day) 

PPA Cover: Mrs A. Michaels (History and Geography)

Mrs T. Bastable ( R.E.)

MFL: Mrs E. Edwards (Weds)

Autumn Timetable 2021-22

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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