Class 1 - Miss Halsey
Miss Halsey teaches children in Year 5 and Year 6.
Please see below for Knowledge Organisers 2021-2022
Knowledge organisers are not a curriculum. The body of knowledge that children gain at the end of a topic will be much deeper and wider but they are a very useful short document giving parents and children the key facts, vocabulary and information about the topic being studied.
TEXT WE WILL BE READING: 'Flour Babies' by Anne Fine
TEXTS WE WILL BE READING:
The Highway Man – Alfred Nayer
Biography of Elizabeth Fry
Legends of Robin Hood
Please see below for Knowledge Organisers 2020 - 2021
In Class 1, we learn in a variety of different ways, whilst having fun. We know that we can achieve anything and that we have the power to lead change in our school, in the community and in the wider world.
Based on our work on ‘Flour Babies’ by Anne Fine, we have made our own flour babies and become full time parents!
We have been learning about living things and life cycles.
We have been learning about crime and punishment through the ages.
We have produced some creative interpretations of scenes from Macbeth.
Watch Taylor's amazing creation by clicking on the image below.
Take a look at some other examples of our Macbeth work.
Class 1 have been using the forest school site to act out scenes from Macbeth.
Click on the links below to explore sections of Macbeth through song.
We believe, we achieve, we succeed!
Class 1 used 'Apple Clips' to become masked readers. Can you guess who's behind the masks?
Intrigued by the start? Check it out: read the rest of the book.
Visit: https://www.everyschool.co.uk/english-key-stage-2-comprehension-2.html for reading comprehension practise
We entered our first ever Sumdog competition in October 2020, competing against Derbyshire schools and Year 6 were declared overall winner of the competition.
Three of our pupils were also in the top ten.
We also took part in the 'National Sumdog Competition'. Out of the 2455 classes who took part, Year 5 came 18th and Year 6 came 6th!
Click on the link below to practise your maths skills on Sumdog.
By the end of Year 4, all children should know their times tables to 12 x 12 to gold standard.
Practise your skills using this resource:
Mental Maths underpins all other areas of mathematics.
Practise your skills with these online resources:
Practise your times tables, arithmetic and reasoning skills, linked to your year group, using the link below:
Y6 Maths Revision:
We enjoy writing for a range of different audiences and purposes. Check out examples of our amazing work below:
We have written our own world war poems, recorded our performance of the poem and turned them into PowerPoint presentations. Check out the incredible PowerPoint presentations the children have made below!
Check you know the grammar, punctuation and spelling terms and practise applying them using the quizzes and games in the link below:
Practise your spellings below:
We enjoy finding about about and representing our ideas about different faiths.
For support with transition click on the link below: