Welcome to Year 5 & 6!

We are made up of 23 pupils and our teacher Mr Mark White.

What a fantastic way to end last week, with our bakery sale for Children in Need! We had a great time making our smarties cookies on Thursday, and they went down well at the sale, so thank you for all of your donations!

We also had a great trip to Warwick Castle on Monday, with all of the children enjoying learning about the history of the castle and the battles fought. We had an excellent workshop looking at forces, in which the children were able to make paper aeroplanes and see how aerodynamic they were, before heading over to see the huge trebuchet and learn how it works. Unfortunately it is not currently safe to show a demonstration, but the children used their imagination well to understand how the mechanics worked!


The great trebuchet!

The great trebuchet!

Benedict demonstrating a push force

Benedict demonstrating a push force













We will use our class page to keep you updated on activities and news throughout the school year…so watch this space!

Week 3 of Autumn 2 Spellings are here, and all children have been given a copy to keep in their spellings book, but for the extra cautious the list is below:

Spelling list Autumn 2 Wk3 –

To be tested on Tuesday 24th November 2015

















Homework is now also available from this site every Wednesday. Each child has been provided with a homework book in which to complete the work, by each Tuesday.

This week, the class have some multiplication maths homework and punctuation homework for English.

The English homework can be found here.

However, if any child needs another maths sheet, they’ll have to request it and I can provide one at school.

How you can help your child at home this term

  • Reading - Predict events and their effects at different points throughout a narrative
  • 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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