Structured Timetable for the week
This includes outline teaching and learning programmes for each day as well recommended time slots. It also includes links to suggested PE activities for home learning on Tuesdays.
Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th Volcanoes: Magazine article writing in the style of The Weekly Junior
Please link this with the Mountains Unit 4 Volcanoes work.
We are Explorers: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons
MOUNTAIN FORMATION AND MOUNTAINS
Please progressively work through the PowerPoint Units and undertake all of the specified tasks
Videos are available on Tapestry to support this unit. Sorry they are too large to either embed in a PowerPoint or upload onto the website
Science Wednesday afternoon – Adaptation – PowerPoint to be added on Tuesday
Links to recommended PE activities for Tuesday afternoon are included in the structured timetable for this week (at the top of this page)
Mrs Linda Hudson – a supremely experienced and exceptionally skilled HLTA working 6 sessions per week within our classroom.
Mrs Jo Butler – sharing her inspirational RE teaching expertise every Wednesday and providing individual pupil support
Mr Matt Rodrigues – delivering professional PE teaching every Tuesday and providing individual pupil support for two mornings per week
Mrs Storey – the main class teacher whose passion is for successful, motivational and enjoyable Year 5 and 6 teaching and learning.
Core subjects are combined with a wide range of opportunities to develop skills and knowledge across the subject range. As a team, we actively embrace all aspects of the 2014 National Curriculum for Years 5 and 6. Therefore our daily and weekly practice demonstrates
· Enabling all pupils to achieve to their full potential. Here we develop resilience, confidence, knowledge, understanding and skills in all contexts including timed, pressurised and tested ones.
· Encouraging growth mind-sets in all our pupils. This maximises opportunities for all pupils to feel comfortable and willing to challenge themselves, take risks within their learning, make mistakes as part of this process, and flourish as a result.
· Bringing learning alive and making it enjoyable by offering a broad and balanced curriculum that sets out to integrate and link children’s learning across core and foundation subjects.
· Recognising the importance of enhancing personal and social skills, and developing wider school and community based responsibilities within this age group.
Above all, we work to ensure that all pupils finish year 6 as confident, motivated and successful learners with high levels of self-esteem and social skills, and who are ready for their transition to secondary and all other aspects of their futures.
The deliberate mix of ages provides an ideal opportunity for pupils to learn from one another by offering peer support, role modelling and challenge within an environment that invites enquiry, learning from mistakes and taking risks in all aspects of learning. We actively embrace the North Rigton Grow, Blossom and Flourish approach in all subjects to best enable children to make tangible progress, be clear about next steps, celebrate achievements and excel to the full extent of their abilities.
During the autumn term, PE will normally be on Monday and Friday afternoons. Please ensure that your child comes to school in full PE kit appropriate for the activity and weather. Currently most PE will be taught on the field, so please bring waterproofs and warmer PE clothing wherever possible.
Please encourage your child to read for at least 20 minutes on school nights each school week.
A range of texts is fully appropriate to support your child’s development- including newspapers, books, magazines, Kindles.
Please ask open questions about content and word choices – encourage use of PPE – point, evidence, explanation.
For many reasons, including children’s passionate engagement with depth in their learning – as well as COVID, at the end the Autumn Term 2020, we had not quite finished our
We are Explorers Curriculum. Therefore the first two weeks of the Spring Term 2021 will be devoted to exploring the Olympics, examining Mountains, finishing our Medusa writing, and staging a Final Flourish to celebrate the children’ work and considerable achievements.
Year 5 and 6 Curriculum Plans Spring 2021
Maths Yearly overview Maths-Curriculum-2020-2021
Knowledge Organisers to support this term’s We are Scientists:
Previous Curriculum Plans
Year 5 and 6 Curriculum Planning Years 5 and 6 – Curriculum Planning Autumn 2020
Knowledge Organisers to support this term’s Science and Greece Work
Years 5 and 6 – Curriculum Planning Years 5 and 6 – Curriculum Planning Autumn 2019
Years 5 and 6 – Curriculum Planning Spring 2020 Years 5 and 6 – Curriculum Planning Spring 2020
Please click to open these links.
Year 5 and 6 Curriculum Planning We are Artists Summer 2020 – had to be postponed in light of COVID lockdown and school closure.
Instead, weekly Year 5 and Year 6 Home learning grids were issued, combined with interactive taught TEAMS based lessons accessed in class and at home from 1.6.2020.
During COVID, please ensure that your child has a water bottle in school every day and where possible brings their own hand sanitiser.
Please do not send your child to school if they are displaying any signs and symptoms of COVID.
Please click on the link below to access wellbeing support for the whole family during COVID: