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Bumble Bee Class
Bumble Bee Class

Miss Honeybell, Early Years Foundation stage

Welcome to our class page.

Here you will find helpful information about your child's class.

Current Information

Please see the class letter for the Summer Term. Curriculum overviews for Summer Term 1 and 2 can be found by clicking on the links.

PE

Indoor PE is Wednesday. Outdoor PE is on Friday. We do some physical activity every day so PE kit needs to be in school at all times.

Swimming

We have started swimming! We swim at 9am on Monday mornings. Please see here for more information.

 

Home Learning

Please try and do 10 minutes of Maths or English home learning every day.

Half Term Learning

We would love it if everyone could complete a holiday diary to share when they get back to school after half term. A template can be found here.

Here are some Phonic activities for Phase 2, 3 and 4.

Don't forget to look on the ActiveLearn website for Phonics Bug Books to read!

Maths - Try these fun activities to learn about doubling, halving and sharing. There are also some fun activities to try learning about  1 less.

Finally there are some activities linked to Summer Half Term fun and Minibeasts!

 

Literacy and Number support

Please see here for information from our EYFS Maths Evening held on 28th March 2019.

See here for the information from our Literacy Evening held on 27th September. 2018

Please take a look at these resources for supporting your child's development;

www.jollylearning.co.uk

www.bookstart.org.uk

www.early-education.org.uk

ww2.oxfordowls.co.uk

 

New Parents Evening 2018

Here is the presentation from the introduction evening. We hope you find it useful. Please contact us if you have any further questions.

 

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Butterfly Class
Butterfly Class

Miss Donovan, Foundation stage

Welcome to our class page.

Here you will find helpful information about your child's class.

Current Information

Please see the class letter for the Summer Term. Curriculum overviews for Summer Term 1 and 2 can be found by clicking on the links.

Butterfly Class have now started attending Debutots - a free lunchtime club running on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Please see here for more information about this.

 

PE

Indoor PE is Friday. Outdoor PE is on Thursday. We do some physical activity every day so PE kit needs to be in school at all times.

Swimming

We have started swimming! We swim at 9am on Monday mornings. Please see here for more information.

 

Home Learning

Please try and do 10 minutes of Maths or English home learning every day.

Half Term Learning

We would love it if everyone could complete a holiday diary to share when they get back to school after half term. A template can be found here.

Here are some Phonic activities for Phase 23 and 4.

Don't forget to look on the ActiveLearn website for Phonics Bug Books to read!

Maths - Try these fun activities to learn about doublinghalving and sharing. There are also some fun activities to try learning about 1 less.

Finally there are some activities linked to Summer Half Term fun and Minibeasts!

Literacy and Number support

Please see here for information from our EYFS Maths Evening held on 28th March 2019.

See here for the information from our Literacy Evening held on 27th September. 2018

Please take a look at these resources for supporting your child's development;

www.jollylearning.co.uk

www.bookstart.org.uk

www.early-education.org.uk

ww2.oxfordowls.co.uk

 

New Parents Evening 2018

Here is the presentation from the introduction evening. We hope you find it useful. Please contact us if you have any further questions.

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Class SEH

Miss Hansford, Year 1

Welcome to class SEH

PE will be on Mondays and Tuesdays although we do some physical activity every day so PE kit needs to be in school at all times. 
During the winter we ask that all children have appropriate outdoor kit so we can get out in the colder weather. Please keep PE kits in school at all times and regularly check them to ensure kit (including daps or trainers) fits properly when it is sent home at the end of each term. Please also ensure EVERYTHING IS NAMED to minimise lost property. 

Swimming will be on Thursdays 9- 10:30am during terms 1, 5 and 6. All children need a swimming costume or trunks, towel and hat for this. Please don't forget to name all kit. Swimming lessons cannot run wuthout parental help so please do sign up on the rota on the classroom door if you are able to help with a session. All helpers need to have  DBS check so please see the office for a form and do not sign up until this has come through.

Homework

Please could you support your child with their homework.

  • Spellings will be tested and given out on FRIDAYS. The children have Look, Cover, Write, Check sheets and we ask that they practise their spellings at least three times in a week. We will be testing the common exception words three times a year. These are kept in the childrens spelling books and are colour coded orange, green and yellow for each long term.
  • Reading daily with your child is very important. We would suggest that your child reads for a minimum of five times a week for around ten minutes each session- little and often is usually best! Please comment in, and sign your child’s reading record every time they read to you.
  • Maths homework will start in October and will cover key objectives for each term. These are to practise at home and will not be tested in school. Also, if you wish to support your children at home in maths, we would suggest encouraging them to practise counting in steps of one, two, five and ten, recalling pairs of numbers that add up to 10 and, if appropriate, 20. We also recommend undertaking practical tasks such as board games where the children must count on and back, creating art work using different shapes, weighing ingredients for cooking, paying for items in shops and telling the time.

Topics

This term Years 1 & 2 will be learning a range of skills through our topics 'Travelling Through Time' and 'The Rocking Fifties and The Swinging Sixties'. Click here and here for this term's Knowledge Organisers to share key facts with your child.

Further information 

Please see our termly overview alongside additional PSHE information and our KS1 Information Letter for more information.

Helping your child at home

Please see our Year 1 support at home letter  for more information about supporting your child at home.

Please see our Phonics check information letter for information about the Year One phonics check in June and how to supoprt your child at home prior to this. 

Please see our Year 1 Information Afternoon powerpoint for more information on how to support your child at home with the curriculum.

Please find the Spring term 1 instant recall facts here for supporting your child at home.

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Class RH

Mrs Hayden, Year 1

Welcome to class RH

PE will be on Mondays and Wednesdays, although we do some physical activity every day so PE kit needs to be in school at all times. 
During the winter we ask that all children have appropriate outdoor kit so we can get out in the colder weather. Please keep PE kits in school at all times and regularly check them to ensure kit (including daps or trainers) fits properly when it is sent home at the end of each term. Please also ensure EVERYTHING IS NAMED to minimise lost property. 

Swimming will be on Fridays from 9.00 - 10:30am during terms 1, 5 and 6. All children need a swimming costume or trunks, towel and hat for this. Please don't forget to name all kit. Swimming lessons cannot run wuthout parental help so please do sign up on the rota on the classroom door if you are able to help with a session. All helpers need to have  DBS check so please see the office for a form and do not sign up until this has come through.

Homework

Please could you support your child with their homework.

  • Spellings will be tested and given out on Wednesdays. The children have Look, Cover, Write, Check sheets and we ask that they practise their spellings at least three times in a week. We will be testing the common exception words three times a year. These are kept in the childrens spelling books and are colour coded orange, green and yellow for each long term.
  • Reading daily with your child is very important. We would suggest that your child reads for a minimum of five times a week for around ten minutes each session- little and often is usually best! Please comment in, and sign your child’s reading record every time they read to you.
  • Maths homework will start in October and will cover key objectives for each term. These are to practise at home and will not be tested in school. Also, if you wish to support your children at home in maths, we would suggest encouraging them to practise counting in steps of one, two, five and ten, recalling pairs of numbers that add up to 10 and, if appropriate, 20. We also recommend undertaking practical tasks such as board games where the children must count on and back, creating art work using different shapes, weighing ingredients for cooking, paying for items in shops and telling the time.

Topics

This term Years 1 & 2 will be learning a range of skills through our topics 'Travelling Through Time' and 'The Rocking Fifties and The Swinging Sixties'. Click here and here for this term's Knowledge Organisers to share key facts with your child.

Further information 

Please see our termly overview alongside additional PSHE information and our KS1 Information Letter for more information..

Helping your child at home

Please see our Year 1 support at home letter  for more information about supporting your child at home.

Please see our Phonics check information letter for information about the Year One phonics check in June and how to supoprt your child at home prior to this. 

Please see our Year 1 Information Afternoon powerpoint for more information on how to support your child at home with the curriculum.

Please find the Spring term 1 instant recall facts here for supporting your child at home.

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Class NJ

Miss Jupp, Year 2

Welcome to class NJ

PE

Our PE days are a Tuesday and Thursday although we do some physical activity every day so PE kit needs to be in school at all times. 
During the winter we ask that all children have appropriate outdoor kit so we can get out in the colder weather. Please keep PE kits in school at all times and regularly check them to ensure kit (including daps or trainers) fits properly when it is sent home at the end of each term. Please also ensure EVERYTHING IS NAMED to minimise lost property. 

This Term Class NJ will be receiving Multiskills Coaching from Up and Under sports on a Tuesday Morning.

Swimming

We swim on a Friday morning (10.30-12) in terms 1, 5 and 6. All children need a swimming costume or trunks, towel and hat for this. Please don't forget to name all kit. Swimming lessons cannot run wuthout parental help so please do sign up on the rota on the classroom door if you are able to help with a session. All helpers need to have  DBS check so please see the office for a form and do not sign up until this has come through.

Homework

Please could you support your child with their homework.

  • Spellings will be tested and given out on WEDNESDAYS. The children have Look, Cover, Write, Check sheets and we ask that they practise their spellings at least three times in a week.
  • We would suggest that your child reads for a minimum of five times a week for around ten minutes each session - little and often is usually best! Please comment in and sign your child’s reading record every time they read to you.
  • Maths homework  will be checked on a FRIDAY. Please ensure that homework sheets are kept in our child’s reading folders at all times. Also, if you wish to support your children at home in maths, we would suggest encouraging them to practise counting in steps of one, two, five and ten, recalling pairs of numbers that add up to 10 and, if appropriate, 20 and 100, and undertaking practical tasks such as board games where the children must count on and back, creating art work using different shapes, weighing ingredients for cooking, paying for items in shops and telling the time.

Topics

This term Years 1 & 2 will be learning a range of skills through our topics 'Travelling Through Time' and 'The Rocking Fifties and The Swinging Sixties'. Click here and here for this term's Knowledge Organisers to share key facts with your child.

Further information

Please see our termly overview alongside additional PSHE information and our KS1 Information Letter for more information. Click here for our presentation from the Year 2 Parents Information Evening and here for a link to a video on YouTube explaining the SATS tests for KS1.

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Class ED

Welcome to Miss Davis' class, Year 2

PE

Our PE days are a Monday and Tuesday although we do some physical activity every day so PE kit needs to be in school at all times. 
During the winter we ask that all children have appropriate outdoor kit so we can get out in the colder weather. Please keep PE kits in school at all times and regularly check them to ensure kit (including daps or trainers) fits properly when it is sent home at the end of each term. Please also ensure EVERYTHING IS NAMED to minimise lost property. 

During Term 3 Class ED will be receiving Multiskills Training from Up and Under sports every Tuesday Morning.

Swimming

We swim on a Wednesday morning in terms 1, 5 and 6. All children need a swimming costume or trunks, towel and hat for this. Please don't forget to name all kit. Swimming lessons cannot run wuthout parental help so please do sign up on the rota on the classroom door if you are able to help with a session. All helpers need to have  DBS check so please see the office for a form and do not sign up until this has come through.

Homework

Please could you support your child with their homework.

  • Spellings will be tested and given out on MONDAYS. The children have Look, Cover, Write, Check sheets and we ask that they practise their spellings at least three times in a week.
  • We would suggest that your child reads for a minimum of five times a week for around ten minutes each session - little and often is usually best! Please comment in and sign your child’s reading record every time they read to you.
  • Maths homework  will be checked on a THURSDAY. Please ensure that homework sheets are kept in our child’s reading folders at all times. Also, if you wish to support your children at home in maths, we would suggest encouraging them to practise counting in steps of one, two, five and ten, recalling pairs of numbers that add up to 10 and, if appropriate, 20 and 100, and undertaking practical tasks such as board games where the children must count on and back, creating art work using different shapes, weighing ingredients for cooking, paying for items in shops and telling the time.

Topics

This term Years 1 & 2 will be learning a range of skills through our topics 'Travelling Through Time' and 'The Rocking Fifties and The Swinging Sixties'. Click here and here for this term's Knowledge Organisers to share key facts with your child.

Further information

Please see our termly overview alongside additional PSHE information and our KS1 Information Letter for more information. Click here for our presentation from the Year 2 Parents Information Evening and here for a link to a video on YouTube explaining the SATS tests for KS1.

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Class PNMN

Mrs Nethercott and Mrs Newark, Year 3

A warm welcome to our class page – we hope you find the following information useful! 

Outdoor Games

For the first part of this term, we will be having handball coaching on a Monday morning.   Please make sure the children have appropriate clothing and trainers for this. Please ensure all items are named.

Indoor PE 

This will take place on a Tuesday aftenoon

Swimming

Swimming will take place on a Monday afternoon.

Topics

This term the main topic the children will be studying is “Life for Children in WW2.” Although this is essentially a History project (learning about the lifestyles, homes and legacy), we will also be making some cross-curricular links, including reference to Geography where our focus will be on our Local Area.

Our Science topics are Sound and Light.

As ever, we welcome any resources you may have which could help with these topics. Please make sure that anything sent into school is clearly named, so that it can be returned to you safely.

Homework

Reading: just a reminder that the children are expected to read every day with an adult and independently as much as possible. Although we encourage the children to keep a record of their own reading, it is very useful if you could sign their record books regularly. (Children get house points in class for regular reading at home.) 

For more information about activities to support reading and suggested books, please see our Reading Room here.

Spellings: these will be sent home on Thursday to be tested the following Thursday.  We are following the new scheme "No Nonsense Spellings".  Children should use the different approaches taught in class (and stuck in the front of their books) to practise their words each week, and also put them into sentences to secure meaning.

Maths: times tables will be set and tested on Wednesday. There are lots of fun times tables games online to help with maths:
http://www.interactive-resources.co.uk/ (This is a website our school subscribes to and has lots of fun activities to support maths understanding and mental maths skills – children know the username and password.  Multiplication wipeout wall is great fun!


http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/game/ma13tabl-game-tables-grid-find

YouTube has useful videos, including songs for times tables. 

DoodleMaths Please see the launch letter sent out to you recently. Using this site/ app frequently will really support your child’s progression in maths and will take the place of the weekly practice sheets currently being sent home in Years 3 and 4.

We also encourage the children to use TT Rockstars to help the children with their timetables.  https://ttrockstars.com/login/10562  Your child will have their own login details from Year 2.

Further information 

For further information, please see our  LKS2 letter for summer term, our Welcome to the Juniors PNMN Booklet and our Year 3 curriculum overview for the summer term.

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Class ESST

Mrs Spincer and Miss Tang, Year 3

A warm welcome to our class page – we hope you find the following information useful! 

Outdoor Games

This will be on a Tuesday afternoon.   Please make sure the children have appropriate clothing and trainers for this. Please ensure all items are named. During Term 6, we will be receiving tennis coaching on Mondays, so we'll need kit for then.

Indoor PE 

This will be on Thursday afternoons when we are not swimming (Terms 2,3 and 4). 

Swimming

Will be on Thursday afternoons in Terms 1, 5 and 6. Please sign up on the form by the classroom door if you can help. We need one person each week to help. You will need a DBS for this, which the Office can arrange if you don't have one.

Topics

This term the History topic the children will be studying is Life for Children in WW2.

In Geography, we will be looking at our Local Area including links with WW2.

Our new Science topics will be Sound, followed by Light.

As ever, we welcome any resources you may have which could help with these topics. Please make sure that anything sent into school is clearly named, so that it can be returned to you safely.

Homework

Reading: just a reminder that the children are expected to read every day with an adult and independently as much as possible. Although we encourage the children to keep a record of their own reading, it is very useful if you could sign their record books regularly. (Children get house points in class for regular reading at home.) 

For more information about activities to support reading and recommended books, please see our Reading Room page here.

Spellings: these will be sent home on Thursdays to be tested the following Thursday. We are following the scheme "No Nonsense Spellings". Children should use the different approaches taught in class (and stuck in the front of their books) to practise their words each week, and also put them into sentences to secure meaning.

Maths: times tables will be set and tested on Thursdays.There are lots of fun times tables games online to help with maths:

https://ttrockstars.com/login/10562  The children will know their logins for this fantastic website, which they use regularly in school.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/game/ma13tabl-game-tables-grid-find

YouTube has useful videos, including songs for times tables. 

We encourage the children to use TT Rockstars to help the children with their timetables.

Our maths homework will now be delivered through the Doodlemaths app.

Further information 

For further information, please see our  LKS2 letter for summer term, our "Welcome to Juniors" booklet and our Year 3 curriculum overview for the summer term .

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Class RJ

Mr Jenkins, Year 4

A warm welcome to our Class RJ page – we hope you find the following information useful!

Indoor PE 

This will take place on a Monday afternoon. Please can you make sure the children have appropriate clothing and trainers for this. Please can you ensure all items are named.

Outdoor PE

This will take place on Friday afternoons. Please again can you make sure the children have appropriate clothing and footwear for this.

Swimming

Swimming will take place on a Thursday morning.

Topics

This term the main topic the children will be studying is “Life for Children in WW2.” Although this is essentially a History project (learning about the lifestyles, homes and legacy), we will also be making some cross-curricular links, including reference to Geography where our focus will be on our Local Area.

Our Science topics are Sound and Light.

As ever, we welcome any resources you may have which could help with these topics. Please make sure that anything sent into school is clearly named, so that it can be returned to you safely.

Homework

Reading: just a reminder that the children are expected to read every day with an adult and independently as much as possible. Although we encourage the children to keep a record of their own reading, it is very useful if you could sign their record books regularly. (Children get house points in class for regular reading at home.) 

For more information about activities to support reading and suggested books, please see our Reading Room here.

Spellings: these will be sent home on Friday to be tested the following Friday.  We are following the new scheme "No Nonsense Spellings".  Children should use the different approaches taught in class (and stuck in the front of their books) to practise their words each week, and also put them into sentences to secure meaning.

Maths: times tables will be set and tested on Friday. There are lots of fun times tables games online to help with maths:
http://www.interactive-resources.co.uk/ (This is a website our school subscribes to and has lots of fun activities to support maths understanding and mental maths skills – children know the username and password.  Multiplication wipeout wall is great fun!


http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/game/ma13tabl-game-tables-grid-find

YouTube has useful videos, including songs for times tables. 

DoodleMaths Please see the launch letter sent out to you recently. Using this site/ app frequently will really support your child’s progression in maths and will take the place of the weekly practice sheets currently being sent home in Years 3 and 4.

We also encourage the children to use TT Rockstars to help the children with their timetables.  https://ttrockstars.com/login/10562  Your child will have their own login details from Year 2.

 

Class information 

Please see  LKS2 letter for summer term for more information. 

For more on the curriculum we shall be following, please see our Year 4 summer term overview 

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Class NB

Mr Baker, Year 4

Welcome to class NB web page.

Indoor PE

This will continue on a Tuesday afternoon.

Swimming

Swimming will take place on a Wednesday morning.

Topics

This term the main topic the children will be studying is “Life for Children in WW2.” Although this is essentially a History project (learning about the lifestyles, homes and legacy), we will also be making some cross-curricular links, including reference to Geography where our focus will be on our Local Area.

Our Science topics are Sound and Light.

As ever, we welcome any resources you may have which could help with these topics. Please make sure that anything sent into school is clearly named, so that it can be returned to you safely.

Homework

Reading: just a reminder that the children are expected to read every day with an adult and independently as much as possible. Although we encourage the children to keep a record of their own reading, it is very useful if you could sign their record books regularly. (Children get house points in class for regular reading at home.) 

For more information about activities to support reading and suggested books, please see our Reading Room here.

Spellings: these will be sent home on Friday to be tested the following Friday.  We are following the new scheme "No Nonsense Spellings".  Children should use the different approaches taught in class (and stuck in the front of their books) to practise their words each week, and also put them into sentences to secure meaning.

Maths: times tables will be set and tested on Friday. There are lots of fun times tables games online to help with maths:
http://www.interactive-resources.co.uk/ (This is a website our school subscribes to and has lots of fun activities to support maths understanding and mental maths skills – children know the username and password.  Multiplication wipeout wall is great fun!


http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/game/ma13tabl-game-tables-grid-find

YouTube has useful videos, including songs for times tables. 

DoodleMaths Please see the launch letter sent out to you recently. Using this site/ app frequently will really support your child’s progression in maths and will take the place of the weekly practice sheets currently being sent home in Years 3 and 4.

We also encourage the children to use TT Rockstars to help the children with their timetables.  https://ttrockstars.com/login/10562  Your child will have their own login details from Year 2.

 

Further information

For more information, please see  LKS2 letter for summer term for this term and our Year 4 summer term overview

Please do come and speak to me if you have anything you would like to discuss.

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Class HR

Miss Rudd, Year 5

Welcome to Class HR

Outdoor Games 

This will be on Thursday mornings – please make sure the children have appropriate clothing and trainers for this. Please ensure all items are named.

Swimming

We swim every Tuesday from 1:30-3:00 now that we are in the Summer term. Please sign up to help if you can. The sign up sheet is outside our class fire exit or you can contact the office if you unable to sign up in person. Thank you!

Topics

This term the main topic the children will be studying is The History of Saltford.

Our new Science topic will be Human health and the circulatory system (term 5) and Forces (term 6).

As ever, we welcome any resources you may have which could help with these topics. Please make sure that anything sent into school is clearly named, so that it can be returned to you safely.

Homework

Reading: Just a reminder that the children are expected to read everyday with an adult and independently as much as possible. Although we encourage the children to keep a record of their own reading, it is very useful if you could sign their record books regularly. (Children get group points in class for regular reading at home).

Spellings: These will be sent home on Mondays to be tested the following Monday.
Children should use the ‘Look, Cover, Write, Check’ approach to practising the words, and complete he accompanying activity sheet.

English homework: This will be sent home on a Thursday and handed in the following Wednesday.

55 club: Times tables will be set and tested on Mondays.There are lots of fun times tables games online (BBC Skillswise, for example) to help with maths. Don’t forget to use the TTRockstars website – children know the login!

Maths homework: This will be sent home on a Tuesday and handed in the following Monday.

Further information 

For further information please see our Years 5/6 termly letter and our termly planning overview.

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Class AB

Mr Boyle, Year 5

Welcome to class AB

We are a year 5 class. Here is some useful information:

PE

Our P.E. days are Wednesday and Friday, so don’t forget P.E. kits on those days.

Indoor PE will be on Friday morning from Term 2, when swimming has finished.

We will also be doing daily physical activity with Go Noodle and skipping.

Swimming

Swimming will commence in terms 5 and 6.

Homework

We encourage the children to read their book at home every day. Even though the children are older and may need less support with actually reading the words, they still need to discuss their reading with an adult, talking about characters, plot and any tricky vocabulary.

Spellings are given each Monday for a test on the following Monday, accompanied by a short activity based on a spelling pattern or rule studied in class.

Maths homework is given once a week on Tuesday to be handed in on the following Monday. Times tables and TT Rock Stars will be tested regulary and the children should practise at home.

English homework is given out on Thursday to be handed in on the following Wednesday. 

Topic: This term the main topic the children will be studying is The History of Saltford.

Our new Science topic will be Human health and the circulatory system (term 5) and Forces (term 6).

As ever, we welcome any resources you may have which could help with these topics. Please make sure that anything sent into school is clearly named, so that it can be returned to you safely.

The children have their own login details for TT Rock stars times tables so please ensure your child practises regularly on it and takes part in the inter-class competitions that we have.

Further information

Please click on the links for a copy of our Years 5/6 termly letter and our curriculum overview for terms 5 an6

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Class NS

Mr Styles, Year 6

Welcome to Class NS

Below is some information about our class. Please feel free to pop in to see me if you have any further questions. 

Topics

This term we will be starting a topic on Saltford Then and Now. In Science we will be learning more about Light and Animals including Humans. We will also be completing our Health education unit.

If you have any books, pictures or other artefacts that would help our work we would be pleased to borrow them.

PE

Appropriate kit should be brought in to school for each PE session. If it is more convenient, the children can leave their kit hanging on their peg in the cloakroom. Trainers should be brought in every week in case we use the field.
Please see below for the PE slots for terms 5 and 6.

Outdoor PE: Thursday afternoon

Swimming: Friday Morning

Homework

The children have five main homework activities given over the course of the week. The days these are given and expected back in are listed below.

Spellings: given out on Monday and tested the following Monday

English: given on a Thursday to be handed back the following Wednesday

Maths: given out on a Tuesday to be handed back the following Monday

Science: given out on a Friday to be handed in the following Friday.

The English and Maths homework should take an hour each.

The children should also read at home for 15 minutes every day. They should record this in their reading record. We understand that busy lives can make it difficult to hear a child read, but would advise this is done whenever possible.

Further information

For more information, please see our class letter of April 2019 and our termly overview of terms 5 and 6.

SATS Information

SAT week is during the week beginning Monday 13th May, and children will take papers during the morning from Monday to Thursday, the papers are:

  • English: Punctuation, vocabulary and grammar (45 minutes)
  • Spelling (approximately 20 minutes)
  • Reading paper (1 hour) 
  • Mathematics: Paper 1: Arithmetic (30 minutes)
  • Paper 2: Reasoning (40 minutes)
  • Paper 3: Reasoning (40 minutes)

To help your child at home, the following suggestions are given:

  • Read regularly with your child and discuss their reading.
  • We ask that children should be reading every day and marking this in their reading record.
  • Research shows that reading both to an adult, and at home can help the development of listening skills, spelling, reading comprehension and develop vocabulary.
  • Support your child with their homework – homework timetables were given out in the class letter.
  • Help your child to practise their times tables – TT Rockstars website - all children have their own user name and passwords.
  • Encourage your child to play internet based revision games. 
  • Help your child to learn their weekly spellings.

More information can be found on this presentation, given out on our SATS information evening in January.

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Class JG

Mr Godwin, Year 6

Welcome to Class JG

We are a year 6 class. Here is some information I hope you will find useful:

Outdoor games

We have outdoor games on Monday afternoons. This term will be striking and fielding games. Please could children ensure that they have their kits in school.

Swimming

Swimming will restart in Term 5, on Wednesday afternoons.

Homework

We encourage the children to read their book at home for a minimum of 10 minutes everyday. Even though the children are older and may need less support with actually reading the words, they still need to discuss their reading with an adult, talking about characters, plot and any tricky vocabulary.

Spellings are given each Monday for a test on the following Monday, accompanied by a short activity based on a spelling pattern or rule studied in class.

Maths homework is given once a week on Tuesday to be handed in on the following Monday.

English homework is given out on Thursday to be handed in on the following Wednesday. 

Science Homework will be given out weekly.

 

Further information

Please click on the link for a copy of our class letter and our termly overview of terms 5 and 6

SATS Information

SAT week is during the week beginning Monday 13th May, and children will take papers during the morning from Monday to Thursday, the papers are:

  • English: Punctuation, vocabulary and grammar (45 minutes)
  • Spelling (approximately 20 minutes)
  • Reading paper (1 hour) 
  • Mathematics: Paper 1: Arithmetic (30 minutes)
  • Paper 2: Reasoning (40 minutes)
  • Paper 3: Reasoning (40 minutes)

To help your child at home, the following suggestions are given:

  • Read regularly with your child and discuss their reading.
  • We ask that children should be reading every day and marking this in their reading record.
  • Research shows that reading both to an adult, and at home can help the development of listening skills, spelling, reading comprehension and develop vocabulary.
  • Support your child with their homework – homework timetables were given out in the class letter.
  • Help your child to practise their times tables – TT Rockstars website - all children have their own user name and passwords.
  • Encourage your child to play internet based revision games. 
  • Help your child to learn their weekly spellings.

More information can be found on this presentation, given out on our SATS information evening in January.

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