Year 5 and 6
Welcome to the Year 5 and 6 class page for Juniper.
Have a look at what we are learning in class and some of the amazing work we have been producing.
If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to email: firstname.lastname@example.org
TIMES TABLES ROCK STARS Battle Tuesday 1st - Friday 4th December. Good luck Juniper!
Writing: Reading as a Reader: investigating how character emotions can be described, planning to innovate our own historical time travel story
Reading: Class Novel: 'The Boy at the Back of the Class' by Onjali Q. Rauf
Other comprehension lesson themes: Forces and scientific explanation texts
Maths: Simplifying fractions and finding equivalent fractions
Ordering and comparing fractions
Converting between mixed and improper fractions
Children are expected to be practising times tables weekly at home.
History and Geography: Who are refugees?
PSHE: Relationships, with a focus on supporting friendship skills
PE: Wednesdays and Friday
Below is the home learning expectations for Autumn 2. Please remember that the project element is in addition to weekly reading, spelling practise and times tables practise (including related division facts). Please note there should be no physical element of the project brought in to school this half term. However, children are expected to have their Reading Records in their bags daily.
Star Work of the Week
For the week 23rd - 27th November, Mrs Hardy has finally made a decision and chosen the following story as the the Star Work of the Week. Well done to everyone as the writing was great! However, HUGE congratulations to Mila who produced this wonderful story during our innovation stage.
Below you will find a copy of the 'Meet the Teacher; presentation shared with parents during the Zoom calls on Tuesday 8th and Thursday 10th September. You will also find a copy of the home learning expectations, including half termly project, emailed to parents on 16th September. On Wednesday 30th September, the eldest member of each family brought home a Zoom permission letter; you will see a copy of this below.