PE is on a Monday and Thursday each week. Remember to come into school wearing your red PE shorts and school PE t-shirt. Over the top you can wear the school PE tracksuit or plain jogging bottoms with the school jumper. Everyday, you’ll need to remember to bring in your water bottle, spelling cards, reading record and reading book.
Our topic is...
What do you know about the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings?
What would you like to find out?
Can you find the answers to these questions:
Where in the world did the Angles, Saxons and Vikings come from?
What language did they speak during that era?
What did they eat?
What did they wear?
What were their beliefs?
Use the links below to find out more about the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings.
Author of the half-term: J.K Rowling
Who is J.K. Rowling?
When was she born?
How old was J.K. Rowling she started writing?
What are some of the challenges that she faced as an author?
When was her first book published?
How many books has she written altogether?
What is her favourite book?
Who is her source of inspiration?
We love reading!
We have a lot of great books for you to choose from.
Have you read a good book recently that you would like to recommend? Why not let Miss Fenuga or Mrs Gardner know so we can share it on our class page.
We are now setting our homework through class dojo.
There will be a termly menu of themes for you to choose from. You will need to complete two themes from each heading and can either take a photograph to upload to class dojo or you can upload a film clip or use the journal function.
You will be assigned an arithmetic test and a maths activity to complete each week too. You will need to upload your work to your dojo portfolio by Thursday each week to earn your dojo points.
Don't forget to read every day and record it in your reading record and practise your spellings from your word cards.
Do you want to revise some of the maths we have covered so far this term? Click on the picture to go onto the white rose maths website where you can watch home learning clips.
How well do you know your times tables? Can you beat your teacher?
Click on the image below to go onto TTRS.