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Term 6

Term 6


Geography - Why is Water So Important?


Welcome back everyone!

Each Friday we will update our class page with photos and information to let you know what the children have been learning about.



Please encourage your child to read at least 4 times per week. Sign and date your child’s reading record, this will be checked on Fridays.

Don’t forget that you can also read on Oxford Reading Buddy:  and this can also be recorded in reading records. If you have forgotten your username and password, please speak to a Year 5 adult.


Times Table Rock Stars

Please encourage your child to practise their timestables on Times Tables Rock Stars at least 3 times per week for around 15 minutes. If your child needs a reminder of their username and password, please ask their class teacher.





During PE days, the children can come into school wearing PE kits and will stay in their kits for the whole day.  Please can children bring in their school jumpers so that they can wear them after their PE lessons. 


During Forest school, the children can come in suitable clothes for being in the park (eg. weather appropriate, able to get dirty) but need to bring in their Forest School shoes in a bag. 



Daps or trainers

Black shorts or black jogging bottoms

White T-Shirt

A hair band for children with longer hair






PPA cover will be taken by Ms Fletcher and Mrs H on Thursday mornings. Ms Fletcher will take children for science and Mrs H will be covering art.


Thank you so much for your continued support


Miss Fraser, Miss Bendon, Mrs Clarke and Ms Redfern

Week beginning 6.6.22

Welcome back everyone!

As part of our new topic, ‘Why is Water Important?’, we have immersed ourselves in the story ‘The Rhythm of the Rain.’



We summarised the story by creating water coloured story wheels which are on display in our classroom. We also used Lego as musical notation to create a textured composition to go with the pictures. We also created our own shape poems based on the theme of water.










Week beginning 13.6.22


Forest School

This week in Forest School, we went on a scavenger hunt! We tried to identify objects that were multi-coloured, had different textures, and were different sizes.

Week beginning 20.6.22


St Paul's Carnival Dress Rehearsal

This week we had one last practise of our St Paul's Carnival dance and drumming performances but this time with costumes!