Kingfishers Kestrels Starlings
Miss J Dawson Mrs G Comerford Mrs A Gosney
Mrs T Fleming
Mr D Byrne
Mrs S Biddlecombe
This term we will be exploring the text 'Floodland' by Marcus Sedgwick. We will be using this to write setting descriptions, news blogs and alternative story endings.
All year 5-6 classes have PE on Thursday and Friday.
Children must read at least 3 times weekly and record this in their reading diaries. Diaries are check weekly by their teacher.
New spelling lists are sent home on a weely basis for practise. These will be checked on a Monday by the class teacher.
Maths homework is set weekly on a Thursday using MyMaths. Children's logins can be found in their reading diaries. It is checked weekly on a Thursday by their maths teacher.
5th January 2022
On Thursday afternoon, Year 5/6 created a living History museum for their parents to visit. They displayed their posters and presented the information to explain our learning from our Autumn term History unit, answering the question: Why was Baghdad a beacon of light in the Dark Ages? It was a great success and the children enjoyed sharing their work and creativity with their audience.
Tuesday 11th October 2022
Today KS2 got the opportunity to hear about another author. This time Sir Lenny Henry was interviewed by fellow author Tọlá Okogwu. Lenny Henry explained why he wanted to be an author and how he came up with the ideas for his stories. He also read us a snippet of his latest two books aswell as sharing some jokes with us. The children thought he was very funny and were excited to hear sections of his two books.
Wednesday 5th October 2022
The year 5-6 classses were lucky enough to meet Adam Baron today. They had a fascinating question and answer session and got to hear all about Adam's inspiration for his stories before taking part in a writing workshop.
The best bits from 2021-2022
Year 6- Take over day.
Over the last couple of weeks the year 6 children have been preparing to take over the school. The children had the opportunity to be class teachers, TAs, office assistants, Lead Practisioners and Headteachers.
The teachers had to plan and prepare the lessons for the class they were teaching.
The children really impressed us with their enthusiam and determination when taking on their new job roles.
Stubbington 6th- 8th September 2021
What a fantastic three days we had in Stubbington. The weather was amazing and all children had a fabulous time away.
All children got to enjoy lots of different activities such as Stubbington Fox, Map reading, Earthquake, Amazon Adventures, pond dipping and small mammel hotels.
During the time away the children also got the visit the hide at nighttime to see some of the animals in the conservation area come out and eat the children's leftovers from meal time. The children got to see badgers and foxes.
Please see the photos below of the children taking part in a range of these activites.