Each term there will be a short presentation for each year group to help explain what your children will be learning this term, share the class timetable, discuss homework and answer any questions you may have. The presentation will last no more than 20 minutes and will be straight after school in your child's classroom.
To help parents who have siblings in different years, each year group will have a different after school session where ever possible.
Monday 17th September - EYFS & Year 1
Tuesday 18th September - Year 2
Wednesday 19th September - Year 3
Thursday 20th September - Year 4
Friday 21st September - Year 5 & 6
After the presentation, any information shared will be uploaded onto this class page.
Welcome to Shakespeare class!
Our teacher is Mr Wicks and our Teaching Partners are Mr Carter, Mrs Costa and Mrs Bayliss.
This term we are learning about Britain during the time of the Tudors. We will discover the major events of the era and how they shaped the lives of normal Britains.
Each week there will be ten spellings to learn, which will be tested on a Friday. These will be themed to help make them memorable. There will be opportunities to lean these in class but they should also be practised at home. In addition, on Wednesdays we will be sending home a Targeted question book for Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling, and another one for Maths. We will direct specific pages to be completed each week, which shall be communicated on here and to the children. These should return to school the following Monday.
At the start of each term we shall publish a Topic news letter to keep you informed of any important dates.
Spellings set 18.1.19. To be tested 25.1.19
Homework - 16/1/19 - due 21/1/19
Maths - p25&26
SPaG - p11&12
Week 6 Spellings
Week 5 spellings
Week 4 homework
SPaG p42 - 43
Week 4 spellings
PIXL SATs papers
If you have any questions regarding the mock SATs papers that have been sent home today, please feel free to catch me after school one day next week or email me via the school office at email@example.com
Here is the Reading text:
Week 3 spellings
Only one week until curtain up at the Cornerstone!
Don't forget to book your tickets via the Cornerstone Box Office, call them on 01235 515 144.
Term 2 Week 1 spellings
Week 6 spellings
To celebrate and encourage females in the fields of science, engineering, art and maths, our year 6 girls experienced a STEAM day at Aureus where they:
All the girls had a fun day and were a credit to Manor school. :)
A letter has gone home today, Friday 5th October, inviting you to make an appointment to come and see me between 14:00 - 17:30 on either Tuesday 16th or Wednesday 17th October. Please do take this opportunity to come and find out about how you child has started Year 6 and what you can do to support their progress at home.
I'm really looking forward to meeting you all properly!
Week 5 spellings
3/10/18 SPaG and maths homework
SPaG pages 6 + 7
Maths - UPDATE - Just page 10
Spelling for week 4
Homework this week is the following:
In on Monday please. Thank you.
Week 3 Spellings
Grammar, punctuation and spelling: pages 19, "Past tense and present tense," and 21 "The perfect form." (NOT PAGE 20!)
Maths: pages 6 and 7, "Place value in very large numbers," and "Rounding Whole numbers."
Spellings for week 2
This week we are learning some of the most commonly misspelled homophones in the English language!
Thursday 13th was Roald Dahl day!
A few of us made props from our favourite books and brought them in to show. We had sweets from the Wonka factory, golden tickets, explosives bottles of medicine and more...
Spellings for Week 1
This week is all about ambitious synonyms for adjectives. If you know how to spell them, practise using them in a variety of sentences!
We will begin Term 1 by continuing our learning on Place Value. In Year 6 this means numbers to ten million!