Welcome to Year 5 & 6!
Advance Notification – Photographer has been booked for Monday 11th May to take individual and group photo of Year 6 before they go to secondary school!
We are made up of 32 pupils and our teacher Mr Chris Prickett.
Our Higher Level Teaching Assistant and other Teaching Assistant’s support us at different times during the week.
We will use our class page to keep you updated on activities and news throughout the school year…so watch this space!
Homework set 26th February.
Due in on Wednesday 4th March
Literacy - Write a plan for a balanced argument.
Are cyclists safe on the roads of Streatley?
Make a bullet point list of arguments for and arguments against.
Remember that it needs to be balanced with the same number of reasons for each side.
You could add some quotes from people that may help your argument for or against to be stronger.
Numeracy – Transformations
Year 5 – Tile design
Create a pattern that is in a 20cm by 20cm square.
The pattern needs to include a variety of shapes that have been rotated, reflected and translated.
Year 6 – nrich.maths.org : Symmetry of Capital letters on a coordinate grid.
go to Upper Primary
go to Topics
go to Transformations and their properties
go to Symmetry
go to Coordinate Challenge
Spellings (tested on Thursdays)
Red – thought, nought, brought, bought, fought, ought
Amber – rough, tough, enough, cough, bough, plough
Green – through, although, thorough, borough
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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