Class 10 2021 - 2022
Thanks to funding from the HamerYouth Trust Class 10 children have been learning the ukulele under the expert direction of Mrs Ashton. They performed their first concert. It was brilliant!
25.4.22 Message from Mrs Ashton and Mrs Robinson:
We hope everyone had a lovely rest over the holidays and didn’t eat too many Easter eggs!
This half term, we will be continuing to prepare for the SATs tests which take place 9th-12th May. We will be doing lots of revision and practice papers in class.
We are really looking forward to our trip to the Imperial War Museum North (27th April) which will be a wonderful end to our World War 2 topic!
Our Christian Value for this half term is...
In English we will be using an animation called ‘Alma’ to inspire our writing:
Narrative – We will be writing our own stories based on the animation.
Diary Writing – We will be writing a diary entry in role as one of the characters.
We will also be revising for our Reading and SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar) SATS tests.
In Class 10, we are reading:
Fireweed by Jill Paton Walsh
Maths : To see what we are learning about in Maths look at our newsletter.
Geography: Our Local Area
Design Technology: Sewing Skills
PE: Basketball and Sports Coach
Science: Changes and Reproduction
French: Our School
ICT: 3D Modelling
RE: What difference does it make to believe in ahimsa (harmlessness) and/or Ummah (community)
PSHE: No way through isn’t true!
Indoor kit will be needed on Wednesday and Friday (School Yellow PE top, black shorts, pumps) Football tops will not be allowed.
Please note PE kit can be left in school for the half term. It is important that children have their PE kit ready for lessons as children who do not have kit in school will lose Prefect Status.
Spelling: Children will be set spellings on a Tuesday to be tested the following Tuesday.
English and Maths: Year 6: CGP Arithmetic and Grammar revision guides. This work is set on a Thursday and due in on a Thursday.
Reading: Please listen to your child read at home and sign their Reading Record. We would like children to read at home at least 3x per week. Reading Records will be checked every week and we aim to listen to children read in school once per week.
Mrs Ashton and Mrs Robinson
** BBC Teach - Some of the lessons are being done by famous people - I'm looking forward to the Science lessons by Brian Cox! https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/live-lessons/primary-live-lessons/zmc9jhv **
***Please see 'Files to Download' below for New Classroom Secrets Packs and the UKS2 Home Learning Pack sent home there are other useful resources here too***
***Please visit PURPLE MASH (here) Monday to Friday for daily Reading and Topic 2dos***
***Please visit The Maths Factor (here) for free Maths activities***
***Please visit White Rose Maths (here) for weekly work You can do these verbally or in your exercise book. You do not need to print these out to complete.***
***Please visit Twinkl (here) for a daily list of activities to follow at home. ***