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What a fantastic week for Class 5! They have enjoyed a range of brilliant activities and have been excited to share all their skills they used, new and old ones. It was lovely to hear such positive feedback from other teachers and staff about class 5, especially their behaviour when moving around the school and listening to instructions.

Well done Class 5 for your fab attitude and beautiful pieces of work.

Have a lovely weekend and I will see you Monday! 

Miss Walker Laughing

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Autumn 2, Week 3

Fractions, fractions and more fractions has been the topic in maths this week. The children have worked really hard converting improper fractions to mixed numbers, finding common denominators and completing word problems. They have a good understanding of the topic, which will help them when we look at decimals and percentages in the next few weeks.

Some brilliant writing has also been happening in Class 5 in the form of newspaper reports! We have been looking a war time newspapers to inspire our writing and see how the news was reported during those times. It was the first time some children had seen a newspaper! If you have any lying around at home maybe show your child so they can compare todays papers with those from 1939!

We made a start on our class assembly today! It is all very exciting with the children doing loads of bits and bobs (some things we haven’t decided yet there are so many!) We are looking forward to seeing you next Friday for it!

Finally, thank you to all those who came Thursday afternoon for our family session. It was great to so many of you working alongside your child and especially having a go at the maths table!

Hope you have a lovely weekend and I’ll see you Monday.

Miss Walker J

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Autumn 2, Week 1

A brilliant week back in Class 5!

In maths this week we have been working hard to develop and deepen our fraction knowledge – identifying equivalences using out multiplication knowledge. Everyone has work extremely hard in the lessons and I can defiantly see the progression in understanding.

The children have also finished their World War 2 non-chronological reports. This has been a lengthy learning journey, where the children planned, researched, drafted and edited and finally typed up their work. They always seem to enjoy these long writing projects and get a lot out of them. It has been great to see relative clauses being included as well as parenthesis!

We have also started our new science topic on ‘Earth and Space’ try and look at the moon each night and see if you can spot any differences!

Have a lovely, restful weekend. See you Monday.

Miss Walker J

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Autumn, Week 7

The first half term complete! All the children have been working exceptionally hard during their lessons over the last seven weeks and I am so proud to see them growing into very independent learners. Also, everyone has been very welcoming to our new pupils and it has been lovely to see new friendships forming. To the great bunch I have in Class 5, have a lovely, restful and fun half term and I will see you all on Monday 30th J

Miss Walker 

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Autumn Week 6

Another fab week for class 5! The weeks are flying by!

We have been focusing on propaganda used in World War two for our English work this week.  The children have been thinking hard about the choices made specifically to persuade people. For example; the slogans, colours, images and font. The children then designed their own propaganda poster for the campaign they had been working on. Finally, we looked at writing a persuasive text to accompany the posters. All children have worked exceptionally well to include persuasive devices, such as; exaggeration, rule of three and emotive language.

We have finally cracked long multiplication! All children have been working hard to learn this method and have practised their other numbers skills in a multitude of ways to show their understanding of multiplication and division. It also highlighted the gaps in our time table knowledge!

Just a quick reminder that next week 6 pieces of grid homework need to be in! Remember that each child should only be spending 20 - 30 minutes on one piece of work. On the grid, there is a variety of tasks that require different skills – choose wisely to suit the time and resources you have!

See you next week,

Miss Walker 

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