Presentation on theme: "Welcome to Year 5/6 Mr Graham, Mrs Hitchmough, Miss Laverty and Mr Sambrook."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome to Year 5/6 Mr Graham, Mrs Hitchmough, Miss Laverty and Mr Sambrook
Daily/Weekly Routine Children change their reading books once a week, to be brought back the following week. PE is on Monday (outdoor) and on another afternoon (indoor) depending on the class. Please ensure that they have the appropriate kit and footwear in school.
What should your child bring to school? School bag Reading books and records PE kit (which is left in school) And not bring……… Toys Own footballs Electronic games Mobile phones
Don’t forget If you child is off, please inform school before the start of the school day to report an absence. If you do not then we will be calling you! Leave of absence is only authorised in exceptional circumstances. Doors open at 8.50am, children need to be in school by 9am.
School Rules! We are always kind and think of others feelings We always walk sensibly and quietly around school We always listen carefully and try to do our best We are proud of our school and we look after everyone and everything in it
A typical timetable for the week English every morning from 9.10am to 10.50am (includes reading, writing and grammar) and maths every morning from 11.05am to 12.10pm. Afternoon Session (1.05pm to 3.05pm) covers all other subjects and topics. 3.05pm to 3.15pm – Class Reflection / PSHE / Global Focus
Curriculum English Mathematics Science Computing Design & Technology History Geography Religious Education Art Music Modern Foreign Language Physical Education Personal, Social, Health and Emotional Education
Topics this Year Autumn TermWorld War II Spring TermThe Aztecs Summer TermThe Olympic Games
SATs SAT testing commences 9 th May 2016 At the end of Key Stage 2 (KS2) pupils will: ‘... continue to sit externally-set and marked tests in mathematics, reading, and grammar, punctuation and spelling. These will be used for school performance measures from 2016 onwards. A sample of pupils will continue to sit tests in science as well.’ Teacher assessment in maths, reading, writing and science will remain. Tests and assessments will reflect the 2014 National Curriculum. The results of the tests in reading; mathematics; and, grammar, punctuation and spelling will be reported to pupils and parents as scaled scores. Parents will be provided with their child’s score alongside the average for their school, the local area and nationally. Please try to ensure that your child is in school leading up to, and including, this week.
Home Learning........ The children will have a reading book to read during the week. Homework will be given to the children on a Monday. It will include a choice from the Home Learning Menu as well as having a maths and English focus.
Autumn Term Trip Our World War II trip is on Wednesday 18 th November at the Maritime Museum in Liverpool.
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