Welcome to Year 3/4/5
Year 3 - Peacocks Mrs Davies and Mrs Gridley
Year 3/4 - Eagles Mrs Jarvis and Mrs Wells
Year 4/5 Kingfishers Mr Bell
Year 5 Toucans Mrs Coumbe
We have a wonderful team of teaching assistants working with us:
Mrs Nash, Mrs Storey, Mrs McGarry, Mrs Chadwick, Mrs Summers, Mrs Austin, Mrs Smith
Mrs Wells email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to Term 6 - Minster Lovell Ruins
We are excited to be learning together and have lots of exciting topics and work planned.
This term we are researching and learning about Minster Lovell
Literacy - In our literacy lessons, we will be basing our learning around poetry writing using A Wind in the Willows and characters using Swallows and Amazons.
Maths - In our maths workshops sessions and our maths lessons we are learning about decimals, time and co-ordinates. We will continue to practise our times tables three times a week using Times Tables Rocks and will also complete maths problem solving and mastery tasks.
Science - In our science lessons we will be exploring classification and habitats. We will continue to work on our investigative skills - identifying a question, making a prediction and observing what happens.
PSHE - We will be looking at changes and transitions
Music - We will be learning about different styles of music and using instruments
Art - We will be making our own pizzas in food technology
DT- We will be making our own island
French - In French we are learning numbers and greetings. We will be looking at some French picture books.
RE - In R.E. we will be looking at different religious celebrations
PE - In P.E., all classes will complete outdoor and indoor sessions each week. We will be using Real PE. Peacocks and Eagles will be swimming every Tuesday.
Please ensure that your child has a PE kit in school every Monday as classes will have PE on different days. The PE kit can be returned home on a Friday. This should include appropriate clothing for both indoor and outdoor.
All children can bring their own class water bottle into school to ensure they drink enough water to stay hydrated and focused for learning.
Homework will be sent home on a Wednesday ready for the following Monday return. There is also a topic homework with fun and creative things to do which is voluntary.
Children will complete weekly spelling assessments in a spellings books which will remain in school.
We will complete a BIG WRITE twice a term, at the beginning and at the end. This may be a piece of writing relevant to the work we are completing or a off topic subject.
We love reading!
Reading is part of our daily routine and is an important part of our children's development. We would love our children to read at least 4 times a week. This can be a reading book, shared reading, bedtime stories or even road signs and shopping lists!
Children's reading books and fantastic new reading records will go home with them each night so their home reading can be recorded. Please encourage your child to read a range of texts regularly at home. Please take time to familiarise yourself with the reading records