Year 5P 2019 - 2020
Teacher: Mrs Mackenzie Teaching Assistant: Mrs Stevenson
Welcome to 5P....where we are all superstars!
We encourage all our children to develop both their cooperative and independent learning skills, whilst following our school rules of READY, RESPECTFUL and SAFE. To keep you up to date with all that is happening at school, we aim to communicate via the website, Class Dojo, email and text message. Please make sure school has your most current details.
Important dates and things to remember:
Reading Books: To be taken home and brought in daily. Books are issued based on the child's half termly Star Reading Test score. Children should be reading for at least 20 minutes each day. Planners can be used to record reading done.
Planners: Each child has their own planner which is to be brought in daily with their reading book. Their planner will be used for a range of things, including but not limited to spellings, reading books, communication to and from school and test scores.
Homework: This is all completed online, set on a Friday, to be completed by Tuesday. There will be activities set on Mathletics, Spelling Shed and Cracking Comprehension. Children should have passwords in their planners!
Spellings: Spellings, which relate to the national curriculum expectations for KS2 will be witten in planners on a Wednesday. Please ensure that these are worked on before the spelling test on Wednesday.
Times Tables: Please make sure your child is regularly working on their times tables fluency at home. This is a key requirement for all children at this age and impacts highly on their daily maths work.
PE: Please ensure that your child has PE kit (including appropriate footwear) in school at all times. Our PE days are Tuesdays and Wednesdays. We will send kits home every half term for washing.
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