Welcome to Year 5 & 6  

We are made up of 28 pupils and our teacher Mr Mark White with support from Mrs Gadhok every morning and Mrs Spearing in the afternoon. 

First News

Thanks to First News we will receive a weekly digital copy of their newspaper for FREE.

w/c 15th January –  Part 1 here and Part 2 here 

Home Learning

Parent information: SAFEGUARDING SUPPORT FOR PARENTS COVID-19 AND BEYOND

Home learning is accessed via your child’s class page. Submit learning to Twitter, via email parent@sps.w-berks.sch.uk or by Purplemash.

Remote education provision- information for parents

Pupil Remote Learning Policy 

Spring Week 1 – w/c 5th January 2021

Spring Week 2 – w/c 11th January 2021

Spring Week 3 – w/c 18th January 2021

Look, Say, Cover, Write sheet – link not working in Home Learning document.

 

Daily Class Book

Each day a new link to Mr White reading our class book – Letters From The Lighthouse – will appear below. Simply click the link and you’ll be taken to a secure YouTube video of that day’s episode. Enjoy these 15 minute reads.

Day 1

Day 2 

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5 – Do not miss this one!! :-0

Day 6

Day 7

@MrW_Reads on twitter.

Homework

Key Instant Recall Facts (KIRFS)

 

Padlet: Our class padlet, for book reviews, can be accessed here – please add whenever you finish a book you’d like to share with everyone in our class. 

 

Maths: Children should carry out a Doodlemaths ‘a day’ task every day and there are also a range of great maths games on the app (not on the web version).

 

Children should continually practise their times tables at home using Doodletables as well as other sites such as  Top Marks, who also Additionally, they also have a smartphone app called ‘Hit the Button’ (at a cost of £2.99) which I highly recommend to support mental times table strategies.

 

SATs: You can find a list of recommended texts here to further support your child. Miss Roberts and I are particularly fond of the 10-minute ‘SAT Buster’ books – a quick and easy to use tool to build confidence and speed in your child’s thinking.

How you can help your child at home this term: 

  • Reading – Predict events and their effects at different points throughout a narrative. Spend time looking at key words and author decisions. 

  • Writing - Collect ideas and vocabulary from reading to bring and use in a meaningful way to writing 

  • Maths - Quick recall of multiplication facts to 12 x 12 and corresponding division facts 

 

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