Welcome to Beech Class.
We are a mixed class of Year 3 and Year 4 taught by Mr Bladon. Mrs Foulds and Mrs Shaw help us with our learning.
Our Topic this term is: Road Trip USA.
Road Trip USA: Buckle up, sunglassess on - we're going on a road trip across the good old US of A!
Project Homework. Choose one of the following or create your own project based on our theme of Road Trip USA. Please have it in on Monday 25th November 2019:
- Use online sources to research and create a timeline of Native American history. Decide which events are most important; write a caption to go with each date to explain what happened.
There have been many U.S. presidents over the last 100 years. How many can you find? Write a short biography about one of them.
Make a playlist of different American songs you could listen to on your road trip.
Choose a state and write a guide for visitors of what there is to do on their holiday.
Choose an American sport and complete a poster or information booklet all about it.
Make sure you put in 100% to your homework and produce something of quality that you are super proud of. Also, make sure you don’t start it the night before it is due in. All homework MUST be in on time.
Welcome to Ash Class
We are a mixture of year one and two and our class teacher is Miss Stoneman. We are also very lucky to have Mrs Vincent helping us with our learning each week. Miss Chandler teaches our Science and Music on a Wednesday morning too. We have a lot of fun in Ash Class; please keep checking our page to see new and exciting photos of our learning!
This term our topic is 'Towers, Tunnels and Turrets'
This term in Ash Class we will be learning about castles and what it was like for the people that lived there. By the end of the term the children will be fully fledged dragon tamers, trainers, keepers and of course, knights! This is a really exciting, creative and imaginative topic which lends itself really well across the curriculum and allows the children to let their imaginations run wild.
Weekly spellings are given out on a Monday and tested on a Friday. At the beginning of each topic, a homework bingo will be stuck in your Reading Journal, one activity is expected per week. We celebrate our homework on Thursdays.PE is taught on a Monday morning with Mrs Moran and again on a Friday afternoon by Miss Stoneman so please remember to have PE kits in school. Children should have a pair of wellies in school for forest school learning in our Wild Area.
'Towers, Tunnels and Turrets' Homework Bingo:
Welcome to Oak Class
We are a mixed class of Year 5 and Year 6 children taught by Mrs Hulbert; Mrs Gunningham and Miss Lea help us with our learning.
This term we are learning all about World War Two, focusing on 'A Child's War'.
A siren sounds and a Spitfire zooms overhead! It’s 1939 and Britain is at war.
This term, we’ll imagine what it was like to be evacuated and live with a family other than our own. Using different source materials, we’ll learn about evacuation and write letters to our families ‘back home’. We’ll plot the Second World War’s events on a timeline and learn about rationing, Pearl Harbour and the Battle of Britain. From a range of maps, we’ll identify safe and dangerous places during the war and make persuasive posters to support the war effort. From a range of sources, we’ll find out about children and school during the war and learn about discrimination that existed at the time. We’ll learn about what it was like during the Blitz and think about how soldiers might have felt. In D&T, we’ll make Anderson shelters and cook delicious wartime food harvested from the vegetable patch in our garden. At the end of the project, we’ll reflect on Winston Churchill’s stirring speeches and write our own. We’ll compose and perform wartime songs and create a wartime museum to show what we have learned.
Home learning is due in each Monday and set again by Wednesday each week. It consists of English and Maths learning tasks to support that week's learning, a weekly spelling list which helps to embed a spelling rule and some project work, set half-termly.
Please also read at least five times a week and record in your reading journal. It is also important that you know all your tables. If you do not already know these, please work on these daily to develop your understanding.
Project Home Learning
Please continue to work on your World War 2 topics.
I can’t emphasise enough how important it is to know your times tables – multiplication and division. This is a good ( free) app. DK 10 mins a day
10 Minutes a Day Times Tables 4+
Here are some useful websites which will help you with your SATs.
Please be mindful as to how important our trees our – an awful lot of paper will be needed to do everything, not to mention your time and printing costs!
Remember to use the internet safely, especially if you access the youtube links.
Just ask if you need any more information. We will be looking at different questions in school so do make a note of areas you are finding hard as we can focus on these.
This website is great – it covers EVERY topic with little assessments and also has some YouTube tutorials to help you understand some of the tricky bits.
This youtube video goes through an entire mental arithmetic paper and shows you how to answer each question! Perfect for those few tricky questions you may not be confident about. Remember to use methods you are comfortable with.
This is an interactive PDF document with links to everything about maths – also some handy tutorials via youtube too.
A good selection of maths games on the website above.
READING – SPELLING, PUNCTUATION AND GRAMMAR
Try and read as much as you can. Try to choose books which have a rich variety of vocabulary which will get you thinking.
If you want to see the type of texts that are in the reading tests – search on google for the 2016, 2017, 2018 KS2 READING TESTS linked to the www.gov.uk website.
You’ll find the text, questions and even the answers here too!
Spelling, punctuation and grammar Click here