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Term 1

 

We will update the website to include work the children have covered in class, meaning they should be able to access the learning with more confidence. We have decided to use a range of materials including Purple Mash, Times Tables Rockstars and resources in school. These resources can be accessed from the links found in this page. Please contact us via the class emails should you have any questions or issues.

 

Spellings will be sent home on a weekly basis, copies of which can be found on this webpage. We would also encourage you to practise the Year 5/6 spelling lists as some of these will be tested at the end of the year.

 

We would still encourage you to read with your child on a daily basis where possible.

 

Furthermore, if the children can practise their times tables on a regular basis it will help enormously. 

 

Many thanks, 

Mr. Lowrey, Mrs. Price & Mrs. Carter

Term two

 

Thank you for your continued support with homework, it is very much appreciated and will help further support your child's understanding.

We will continue to send weekly spellings home for them to practice. This term we will be looking at words ending in -ant, -ance, -ancy and -ent, -ence & -ency, while also beginning to understand the meaning of the Year 5/6 spelling words, how they are used in context.

Furthermore, we will send grammar activities for the children to complete. These will mainly cover topics they have done in previous years. 

In Science, we will be learning about space and our galaxy, we would encourage the children to learn about the planets and how we have day and night, presenting this information in any way they like: poster, power point etc.

Furthermore, we would encourage the children to read daily for 10-15 minutes per day, if you are able to listen to them read, this would be appreciated.  

And finally, if they can access TT Rockstars, this will greatly help their mathematical understanding.

 

Regards,

Mr. Lowrey, Mrs. Carter & Mrs. Price

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