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Year 5 - Shakespeare

Anglo- Saxon Curriculum day!

 

On Monday 11th February the children in years 3 and 4 came off timetable to have a fun packed day designing and making Anglo- Saxon artefacts. Here are just a few photos of what they got up to!

Welcome to Year 5

In our class there are 20 children. 

These are the adults who help us: 

Miss Price (our teacher) 

Mrs Gwilliam (our TA) 

 

Maths

We are a class full of mathematicians; we crunch our numbers like we do our Cornflakes! 

In every Maths lesson, we practise our fluency, reasoning and problem solving skills. We also have extra fluency and reasoning sessions each week. 

Every Friday we sit an arithmetic and a reasoning/problem solving test and we LOVE to see our scores going up each week. 

Additionally, we are focusing on learning our times tables up to 12x12, as well as the related division facts.

 

Reading

Books, books and more books. There is a reason that our class is called Shakespeare- we love reading! 

By the end of year 4, we should be reading grey colour banded books. 

Our shared text this half term is Stig of the Dump by Clive King and Miss Price is also reading us Double Act by Jacqueline Wilson before we go home each day. 

 

Writing

 

 

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