Class teacher: Mrs Bygrave
Class LSA: Mrs Haggerty
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Spring term- Wk 3 30/01/23 - 3/02/22
The children have worked hard on their assessments this week.
I was lovely to see so many of you join us for our Science lesson this week, thank you.
This week we have been learning about:
Maths - Multiplying fractions and Ratio
English - Explanation texts and their structure
Science - Investigating how we see things
French - Revising hobbies and days of the week.
Geography - Changes to our local environment - understanding the impact of the 2012 Olympics on the local area and looking at changes nearer to us.
PE - Volleyball
PSHE - Basic first aid - Bleeding.
RE : What can we learn about life from great philosophers - Karma and reincarnation.
Computing - Structures of Linear Adventure games
Please remember that if you have anything you want to talk about in school there are lots of adults who can support you.
Have a great weekend.
Homework Friday 3rd Feb
Spellings - carry on with last weeks spellings which we will do on Monday.
- Revise all spellings for assessment next week
No work into books this week. Please read and finish your current reading book so that you are have quizzed by friday.
I am still seeing a lot of incomplete Mymaths. I will be setting up a MyMaths group at lunchtimes for those unable to complete their MyMaths homework.
Please check you have completed your MyMaths homework. Remember, you can have have more than one attempt.
MyMaths this week.
Y6 - Ratio
Y5 - Mixed fractions
Please remember to maintain standards of presentation in your homework books.
Please practice X-tables - X tables rock-stars
Please ensure all spellings are written into sentences to show your understanding of the word and how it can be used in a sentence.
What strategies can you use to help you learn your spellings, what patterns can you see?
Creating nouns using -ship suffix
membership, ownership, partnership, dictatorship, championship, craftsmanship, fellowship, apprenticeship, citizenship, sponsorship
Words with the long 'e' sound spelt 'ie' or 'ei' after c (and exceptions)
deceive, conceive, receive, perceive, ceiling, receipt, protein, caffeine, seize, neither
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Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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