Year 5/6 G

ST. JOHN PAUL II

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Welcome to our class page, where you'll be able to find key information and regular updates on our activities in school.

Mrs Eaton and I are really looking forward to getting to know you all more over the year ahead.

We are so glad that we'll also have the opportunity to enjoy some of the things we've missed over the past few years: enjoying break with friends from other Year 5/6 classes, celebrating assemblies together and even eating together in the hall! 

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch. 

You can do so either via the school office or our class email address: year5.6G@stpetersrc.rochdale.sch.uk 

Class Information

Times of Day

Children should arrive between 8.40am and 8.50am using the main entrance.

Year 5/6 classes will leave school at 3.15pm, via the front playground.            

Reading Books

We strongly recommend that all children read for at least ten minutes each night. Doing so will develop both their reading and writing skills.

The children will be encouraged to develop more independence with changing their reading books and can do so on any day of the week.

If you would like to access additional online reading books, you can do so on the Oxford Owl website, using the following details:

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/selLanguage=en&mode=hub 

My class login:

Username: stp year 5/6     Password: Peter321

 

Homework

Homework will be set each Monday and is due for return on Fridays. 
Children can also access Spelling Shed, TTRS and Numbots for further independent work.

 

Spellings

Spelling rules will be practised throughout the week, with a test taking place each Friday. The following site will also be used to support spelling with a weekly online activity which children can access at home: https://www.spellingshed.com/en-gb

 

PE Lessons: 

PE is timetabled for Tuesday afternoons. Children can wear their PE kit to school on this day of the week.

In addition, Year 5 children will visit Middleton Arena for a swimming lesson each Thursday morning until late January. They should come to school in their uniform, bringing their swimming kit with them.

 

Nuts 

Please remember that we do not allow nut products in school due to severe allergies. Please do not send your child to school with anything that contains nuts, this includes products labelled 'May Contain Nuts'. Your child will not be able to eat such products on the school premises and will be asked to take them home unopened

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AUTUMN 1

Autumn 1 Curriculum Information Leaflet:

Please find below the audio from our Year 5/6G  parents' information Zoom meeting. This includes more information on the planner above.

It was lovely to welcome the children back to school for a new year of learning.

We have tried to develop our team work skills with some group challenges, 

Have a look at our efforts here. 

Sorting materials in science.

Today in science we were grouping materials into groups of natural and synthetics have a look at how we did. 

Today in science our task was to describe the properties of different materials. We worked in groups to find the outcome of our experiments. 

This week in geography we had a go at planning a scavenger hunt using our map drawing skills and compasses. 

This week in science we have been testing thermal insulators working out the best material to save an ice lolly. As you can guess things got a little sticky. 

This week in geography.

This week we had a look at the maps that 5/6H and 5/6 S had drawn in their geography lessons, we had to follow the map just how they were drawn using the instructions, we found ourselves all over the school and grounds.  North was a favourite direction we found .

This week in Science we have been grouping materials into soluble and insoluble.
We tested each material to see whether it would dissolve in water.  Have a look and see how intensely we concentrate in science.