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Welcome to Eagle Owls!

Year 5/6

10th January 2019

 

Dear Parents,

 

Welcome to the Spring term. Please find an update for our curriculum this term as follows:

Maths:    Reading & organising data, problem solving including the Bar Model, reflecting and translating shapes; are& perimeter, fractions, percentages, number systems

English:  Writing opportunities linked to other curriculum areas, spelling, grammar and handwriting.

 

Class Book: Myths & legends from Egypt

Writing news reports, instructions, poetry

 

Science                                    Forces; Properties & Changing Materials

Computing                               Geometry and Art

RE                                           Christianity

PHSE                                       Dreams and Goals

History                                     The Ancient Egyptians

Geography                               Map work, time zones

Art                                           linked with Egyptians and Computing

DT                                           Moving objects, pottery

Music                                       Pitch and Pentatonic Scales

PE                                            Gymnastics and Dance

 

Our PE days are on Thursdays and Fridays, although changes in timetabling could alter this. If the children have indoor kit and something to keep their arms and legs warm every day, we will be always ready for those ‘just in case’ moments. Thank you for ensuring that the girls have something suitable for keeping their hair tied back and that all children have suitable footwear for outdoors – it really does make a difference.

 

Please continue to check your child’s book bag daily for letters and other pieces of information.

Homework continues to be given on Monday to be handed in on Thursday; thank you to those of you who play a part in helping your child with this. As usual, reading needs to be ongoing, 5 times per week with a record of what they have read is important.  Many summarise very clearly when they feed back to the class. Again, thank you for your support in this. The children really do benefit.

 

Finally, I’d like to introduce you to Mrs Crawford, who will be supporting intervention programmes alongside Mrs Hodgson who will continue to work with us in class. She has already made a start and has got to know some of the children.

 

 

Yours sincerely,

 

C. Stirling

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