Autumn Term Learning Themes
The Anglo Saxons & Materials
Recent Class Successes
Well Done to Theo and Katie for coming 1st and 4th in the Guy Competition.
Toby's entry in the Mayor's Christmas Card Competition was Highly Commended.
Current home learning - important information
Reading every day. Make sure your reading record sheet is signed. Thank you. Remember to have a story then an information book.
Record the maths games you play on the sheet.
Monday = New spellings given for test the next Monday.
Wednesday = Maths Skills to hand in for the next Wednesday.
Thursday = Topic work for the next week.
Any problems then please ask for our help ASAP.
Becoming a powerful learner theme for the term
Powerful Learners ask powerful questions
Powerful Learners are brave when something is tricky & can focus on what is important
Maths Home Learning
Essential daily skills.
Learning your 12 x 12 times table facts off by heart. Write them, say them, make puzzles, learn the division facts too...
Previous Home Learning Skills from this year. Keep learning these even after you have handed them in!
1. Ordering sets of 5 digit numbers.
2. Ordering sets of decimal numbers
3. Doubling and halving
4. Rounding to the nearest 10, 100 & 1000
5. Writing a number in words
6. Measuing length in cm and sorting
7. Telling the time (digital and analogue)
8. Pairs that make 500.
Well done to all the class for our outside day. Our visitors in the morning were impressed by the children's enthusiasm with the bulb planting. I was really pleased with the brilliant pieces of art (inspired by Andy Goldsworthy) that the children produced in the afternoon.
Vocabulary Connectives Openers Punctuation
Words to include in your talking and writing.
These questions should give you a flavour of the learning we will be doing in class.
How can you ask a variety of questions that give you the BEST answer?
What skills do you have that help you to discover and explore?
Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning.
How do we cope with changes and when things are different?
How can we get along with people who are different from us?
How can bullying affect people who are involved, and what can be done to help in these situations?
Why did the Anglo-Saxons invade England?
How did then Anglo-Saxons influence our modern world?
Can you make up a rap about Beowulf?
What are the different uses of commas in writing?
Can you measure and draw different angles?
Can you identify multiples and factors, including finding all factor pairs of a number?
Once something has dissolved can the change of state be reversed?
Parents and families - if you have any ideas or resources that you think might help us to answer these questions, then we would love to hear from you.
Remember to bring your Home Folder to school each day. Keep your reading records, maths home learning and other important bits in it. You are welcome to organise it in the best way for you.
PE KITS EVERY DAY AT SCHOOL.
Future class events.
Next week we are going to be having a class dig with some visiting archaeologists. More information to follow tomorrow.
Maths Memory Gym
1. 4, 500
Paper copies for costumes sent home today.
Kentwell Money for flapjacks, biscuits or peaches.
75p = 1 old pence
£1.50 = half groat
£2.25 = thruppence
£3 = 1 groat
Check with an adult BEFORE you watch the video clips.
The word to tell Mr M or Mrs T = digging
Well done to all the Tigers who took part in rememberance events at Holy Trinity and other places.
Grammar and Punctuation Detectives
Look for all of these in your writing.
Discuss them with people at home.
Verbs Adverbs Commas Speech marks