Class 4

2022-23

Our Teacher:  Mrs Butterworth and Ms Ritchie

Learning Assistant:  Mrs E Hammond and Miss E Pilling

In our class there are 15 Year 5 children and 15 Year 6 children.

Our Classroom

In our classroom we are encouraged to explore our environment and use the resources in the classroom to help us with our learning. We each have our own space at a table which has a tray for all our resources. This encourages us to become more responsible and independent learners in preparation for secondary school.

Our Day

In the mornings we have Guided Reading and spelling practice, followed by Maths and Literacy in the afternoon. In our class we do lots of different learning. We do small focussed group learning, independent learning, and learning all together. This helps us to do our best and enjoy being in our class.  

 

Curriculum Long Term Planning

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Click to Download Class 4 Long Term Planning Cycle 1 - 2021-22 [pdf 92KB] Click to Download
Click to Download Year 5 Mathematics Curriculum Overview [pdf 135KB] Click to Download
Click to Download Year 6 Mathematics Curriculum Overview [pdf 127KB] Click to Download
Click to Download Class 4 Religious Education Curriculum [pdf 44KB] Click to Download

Curriculum Information Sheets 2022-23

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Autumn Term First Half Topic Resources

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Times Table Rock Stars

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Class 4 Recommended Reading Lists

As a school, we want to promote reading for pleasure and enthuse your child about reading.  The following recommendations represent a range of genres which we hope will encourage your child’s desire to read.  We have chosen a range of texts, from a variety of authors, with an excellent record of accomplishment in writing high quality children’s books.
As your child reads a book from the list please ask them to record this in their planner and discuss the book with their class teacher, they will be given a sticker to show that they have read it. We also encourage you to listen to your children read and also read to them.  The discussion that you can have related to the books will be invaluable to their reading development.
Some of the books can be found in the classroom, and your child is welcome to borrow these. You may need to resource others from the library or borrow from one another.
There is an expectation that a minimum of six books, from the list, are read over the course of the academic year. This equates to at least one per half term. It would be fantastic if your child could read more than this. Your child may read from the book list of a younger year group if they are less confident with reading.

Please see below our selection of recommended reading books by year group.

Click to Download ST AGNES CLASS 4 YEAR 5 RECOMMENDED READING LIST [pdf 211KB] Click to Download
Click to Download ST AGNES CLASS 4 YEAR 6 RECOMMENDED READING LIST [pdf 320KB] Click to Download
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Things to Remember - Autumn Term First Half

Planners are signed weekly. They will be checked on Mondays.
 
Plannners to be in school every day.
 
Homework grids will be signed weekly. They will be checked on Mondays.
 
Additional Homework may also be given.
 
Spellings will be given out on Fridays. Spelling Tests will be on Fridays.
 
PE Lessons:  TBA
They will take part in 2 PE lessons each week, on Tuesday (Cricket) and Friday (Gymnastics).
Please make sure that children have both their indoor and outdoor PE kit in school on Tuesdays and Fridays.
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Year 6 KS2 SATs

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