Class 9

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Class 9 Newsletter – 14.06.2024

It has been a really busy and exciting week in Class 9 for our Year 5s!

The majority of the class visited Thomas Adams for their Year 5 taster day – which sounded terrific and in Maths we have been working on statistics and interpreting data. In Geography, we have begun our work on South America and in Religious Education we have continued our work on Judaism; discussing the Shema. The children have started to make the links and comparisons between the different faiths that we have studied this year: Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Buddhism.

Have a lovely weekend.

Mr LLoyd and Mr Al-Asmar


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In their final year at St Mary’s, the Year 6 class have a full and varied time ahead of them. As well as a residential in November and an end of year production in the summer, the children will also be working up to their Sats in May.

If you have any questions relating to your child’s year, then please do not hesitate to contact Mr.Chiverton or Mrs. Wills.

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Year 6 Maths Expectations

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Attached above are the end of year Maths Expectations for Year 6. They are the minimum expectations that all pupils must attain by the end of Year 6, in order to be ‘At the expected standard’ in Maths.

The content identifies basics to ensure children make rapid progress and access learning in other areas, as well as securing success in terms of preparing children for the next stages in their learning.

I have attached this document for your information as a lot of learning has taken place at home over recent months so you can use this document to track and assess where your child is at and any gaps that they may have. It is purely so you can see what your child is expected to achieve in maths by the end of the academic year and gives examples of how they could do this. It also helps to prepare them for their new year group in September.

Your child’s new teacher in September will be sharing the appropriate document for their new year group with you at our Autumn term parents evening. Alongside our termly NTS assessments, teachers will also be using these documents to assess and track children’s progress throughout the year.

Written with age appropriate expectations in mind, they:

  • focus on the basics; making a difference to progress for all children
  • support teachers in recognising key areas to promote progress
  • are based on the average pupil in the cohort, supporting the need for differentiation.

These expectation are in no way intended to cover the entirety of the curriculum – they are an on-going reminder of key objectives for the year group. They are the basics in order to embed and support meaningful learning.

Thank you! Mrs Owen

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Class 9 Weekly Update

Hi,

What another busy week! With sports day, Father’s day lunch and the big break the children have had a lot to do.

We have also been continuing our work on drug and substance abuse. It was interesting to see how many children thought that the most reliable information on drugs could come from their friends or parents.

In Topic we have been creating our own biomes. It will take a couple of weeks but we hope to see our crop grow and survive in it’s own micro climate.

Have a good weekend

Mr Chiverton

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Yr 5 Homework week ending 24.06.2022.docx

 

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Class 9 Weekly Update

Hi,

What another busy week! With sports day, Father’s day lunch and the big break the children have had a lot to do.

We have also been continuing our work on drug and substance abuse. It was interesting to see how many children thought that the most reliable information on drugs could come from their friends or parents.

In Topic we have been creating our own biomes. It will take a couple of weeks but we hope to see our crop grow and survive in it’s own micro climate.

Have a good weekend

Mr Chiverton

Homework

Yr 5 Homework week ending 24.06.2022.docx

 

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