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We offer Nursery Provision to Year 6

This Week's Learning

Week Beginning 23.5.22

 

 

Year 5 & 6

Juniors Sports Day Thursday 26th May 2022

All parents and carers please join us for a fun filled sports day!

Location: Earlswood Junior School Field

Time: 12.35-14.45

There will be a picnic lunch starting at 11.40 to 12.20 beforehand if you wish to join your child for lunch.

The entrance for parents and carers will be via the top main entrance for the junior site. You will be asked to sign in when you arrive at the gate and if you are unsure there will be members of staff to help direct you to the activity your child will be starting on first. Please be patient, we will aim to sign you in as quickly as possible.

As much enthusiasm and encouragement not only for your child but the whole colour team would be fantastic!

See you there on what will hopefully be a bright and sunny day!

Many thanks for your continued support,

The PE Team

 

Maths: This week we will be looking at angles and measurement. We will be drawing lines and angles accurately, calculating angles of straight lines, calculating angles around a point, identifying angles within Triangles and angles within Quadrilaterals. 

 

Writing: This week we will innovating on the poem we have been learning-The Highway Man. We will be creating our own narrative poem based on a journey. We will use the toolkit to help us. 

 

Reading: This week we will be continuing with our new book 'Viking Boy' by Tony Bradman and will be looking at inference, retrieval and vocabulary.

 

Topic: This week we will learning about Viking trade and Longboats as well as Crime and Punishment. This week is sports week and we will be playing a Kwik Cricket within the year group on Monday. We will also be celebrating the Jubilee on Friday. 

 

PSHE:  This week we will be starting our new PSHE theme of 'Relationships' and will be focusing on our relationships with technology.

 

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Sports Day

Our sports day is on Thursday afternoon. We are looking forwards to seeing you for the picnic and sporting events. Please provide a packed lunch for your child.

 

Jubilee Picnic

On Friday we will be celebrating the Queen's Jubilee with a whole school picnic on the field. Please provide a packed lunch for your child.  

 

Summer Weather

Please provide a sun hat and water as the weather gets hotter and ensure that your child has sun screen applied before school.

Week Beginning 9.5.22

 

Our PE days have now changed!

We have indoor PE on Monday and outdoor PE on Friday.

 

Maths: This week we will be continuing to look at decimals. We will be looking at adding and subtracting decimals with different decimal places, problem solving with decimals with different decimal places, adding and subtracting wholes and decimals, decimal sequences and multiplying and dividing decimals by 10, 100 and 1000.

 

Writing: This week we will finishing our Defeating the Monster Tale. We will be creating our own tale using the toolkit and structure we have learnt. 

 

Reading: This week we will be continuing with our new book 'Viking Boy' by Tony Bradman and will be looking at retrieval, impressions and comparing and contrasting character.

 

Topic: This week we will be starting our new topic: Viking and Anglo-Saxons. We will be looking at a famous Anglo-Saxon burial site-Sutton Hoo and will then be learning about how the Viking raids affected the Anglo-Saxons at Lindisfarne. 

 

PSHE:  This week we will be starting our new PSHE theme of 'Relationships' and will be focusing on recognising our rights and responsibilities when playing games online. 

Week Beginning 3.5.22

 

Our PE days have now changed!

We have indoor PE on Monday and outdoor PE on Friday.

 

Maths: This week we will be continuing to look at decimals. We will be looking at adding decimals and crossing the whole, adding decimals with the same decimal place, subtracting decimals with the same decimal place and problem solving with decimals. 

 

Writing: This week we will continue with our Defeating the Monster Tale: Beowulf. This is a traditional Nordic tale about a great warrior defeating a beast and saving the kingdom. We will be innovating the text to create our own versions from the view of a different character and will then be planning our own defeating the monster tale.

 

Reading: This week we will be starting our new book 'Viking Boy' by Tony Bradman and will be looking at inference, summarising and author's choice. 

 

Topic: This week we will be starting our new topic: Viking and Anglo-Saxons. We will be looking at Anglo-Saxons daily life, settlement and religion.

 

PSHE:  This week we will be starting our new PSHE theme of 'Relationships' and will be focusing on being in online communities and how to keep safe.

Week Beginning 25.4.22

 

Our PE days have now changed!

We have indoor PE on Monday and outdoor PE on Friday.

 

Maths: This week we will be continuing to look at decimals. We will be looking at the relationship between fractions, decimals and percentages, adding decimals within 1, subtracting decimals within 1 and then thinking about decimals compliments to 1.

 

Writing: This week we will continue with our new Defeating the Monster Tale: Beowulf. This is a traditional Nordic tale about a great warrior defeating a beast and saving the kingdom. We will be learning our model text and picking out key skills before analysing the author's use of grammar skills. 

 

Reading: This week we will be starting our new book 'Viking Boy' by Tony Bradman and will be looking at inference, ordering, true or false, summarising and vocabulary.

 

Topic: This week we will be starting our new topic: Viking and Anglo-Saxons. We will be looking at Anglo-Saxons and why they made the journey to Britain.

 

PSHE:  This week we will be starting our new PSHE theme of 'Relationships' and will be focusing on keeping ourselves safe whilst online.

Week Beginning 19.4.22

 

We hope you have a lovely Easter holiday!

Here is what we will be doing when we get back on Tuesday 19th April:

 

Maths: This week we will be continuing to look at decimals. We will be rounding decimals, ordering and comparing decimals, understanding percentages and looking at percentages as decimals and fractions.

 

Writing: This week we will begin our new Defeating the Monster Tale: Beowulf. This is a traditional Nordic tale about a great warrior defeating a beast and saving the kingdom. We will be learning our model text and picking out key skills. 

 

Reading: This week we will be starting our new book 'Viking Boy' by Tony Bradman and will be looking at vocabulary, character and inference. 

 

Topic: This week we will be starting our new topic: Viking and Anglo-Saxons. We will be looking at Anglo-Saxons and why they made the journey to Britain.

 

PSHE:  This week we will be starting our new PSHE theme of 'Relationships'.

 

 

Week Beginning 21.3.22

 

Maths: This week we will be continuing to look at Fractions. We will be multiplying mixed number fractions by integers for 2 days, we will then be looking at fractions of different amounts and finally, fractions as operators. 

 

Writing: This week we will be continuing with our non-fiction topic based on a discussion text. We will be learning key skills such as subordinating conjunctions, adverbials and different clauses before analysing author's use of these skills within the model text.

 

Reading: This week we will be continuing with our new book: ' The Explorer'  by Katherine Rundell and will be looking at a range of skills including vocabulary, summarising and author's choice. 

 

Topic: This week we have a Computing focus and will be continuing to look at Coding. We will be using Code for Life to create different algorithms to make the vehicle move in different directions and will be building upon a range of skills including, repeating and debugging code.

 

PSHE:  This week we will be continuing our topic: Healthy Me. We will be looking body image and discussing how external influences can affect us. We will then also be looking at how to improve our body-image. 

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 14.3.22

 

Maths: This week we will be continuing to look at Fractions. We will be multiplying fractions by integers and will be breaking the whole.

 

Writing: This week we will be beginning our non-fiction topic based on a discussion text. We will be learning our new model text and will be picking out key skills used by the author. 

 

Reading: This week we will be continuing with our new book: ' The Explorer'  by Katherine Rundell and will be looking at a range of skills vocabulary, summarising and character traits. 

 

Topic: This week we have a Computing focus and will be beginning to look at Coding. We will be using different software to program a set of instructions and debut (correct) any errors in the code.

 

PSHE:  This week we will be continuing our topic: Healthy Me. We will be looking at Frist Aid and how to keep ourselves and others safe.

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 7.3.22

 

Maths: This week we will be looking at subtracting fractions with different denominators and subtracting mixed number fractions. 

 

Writing: This week we will be writing our own version of a suspense tale based within the Rainforest.  We will be using the model text structure and our toolkit to create suspense. 

 

Reading: This week we will be continuing with our new book: ' The Explorer'  by Katherine Rundell and will be looking at a range of skills including inference and retrieval. 

 

Topic: We will be continuing with our Rainforests topic. We will be looking at and comparing the Tropical Rainforest Biome with the Temperate Deciduous Biome. We will specifically be focusing on the Amazon Rainforest and Sheerwood Forest. 

 

PSHE:  This week we will be continuing our topic: Healthy Me. We will be celebrating different female figures for International Woman's Day. 

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 28.2.22

 

Maths: This week we will be looking at adding and subtracting fractions. We will be adding mixed number fractions and fractions with different denominators. We will then look at subtracting fractions with different denominators. 

 

Writing: This week we will be beginning to learn about our new topic based on suspense. We will be using the model text and toolkit to innovate our own versions of a suspense tale. 

 

Reading: This week we will be continuing with our new book: ' The Explorer'  by Katherine Rundell and will be looking at a range of skills including character traits, prediction and summarising. 

 

Topic: We will be continuing with our Rainforests topic. We will be looking at deforestation and the devastating effects it can have on the rainforest biome. 

 

PSHE:  This week we will be continuing our topic: Healthy Me. We will be looking at the affects of alcohol on the body and being confident with say no to peer pressure. 

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Next week is half-term (14.2.22-18.2.22).

We hope that you all have a relaxing week filled with fun!

We look forward to seeing the children back at school on Monday 21st February 2022.

 

Week Beginning 7.2.22

 

Maths: This week we will be looking at number sequences at the beginning of the week, and then comparing and ordering fractions greater than 1 towards end of the week using the knowledge we revised last week.

 

Writing: This week we will be continuing our persuasive text. We will innovating on our model text, 'Alton Towers' and then planning our own persuasive text using the toolkit.

 

Reading: This week we will be continuing with our new book: ' The Explorer'  by Katherine Rundell and will be looking at a range of skills including retrieval, impressions, inference and vocabulary.

 

Topic: This week we will be beginning our new topic: 'Rainforests'. We will be looking at the People of the Rainforest and Deforestation. 

 

PSHE:  This week we will be continuing our topic: Dreams and Goals and focusing on obstacles they may face and how to overcome them. 

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 31.1.22

 

*Wednesday Year 5 will have the Exotic Animal encounter*

 

Maths: This week we will be comparing and ordering fractions at the beginning of the week, and then converting improper to mixed fraction towards the end of the week using the knowledge we revised last week.

 

Writing: This week we will starting with our new topic based on a persuasive text. We will be focusing on the structure of non-fiction writing and will be beginning to learn about imperative verbs and emotive language as well as learning our new model text: Alton Towers

 

Reading: This week we will be continuing with our new book: 'The Boy Who Swam With Piranhas'  by David Almond and will be looking at a range of skills including retrieval, impressions, inference and vocabulary.

 

Topic: This week we will be beginning our new topic: 'Rainforests'. We will be looking at the different Layers of the Rainforest and will be looking into the different animals that live within them.

 

PSHE:  This week we will be continuing our new topic: Dreams and Goals. We will be thinking about our ideal job and the different stereotypes surrounding different job roles. 

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 24.1.22

 

*Wednesday 26th January 2022 is an inset day*

 

Maths: This week we will be beginning our Fractions topic. We will be looking at Fractions and Equivalent Fractions. 

 

Writing: This week we will continuing with our new topic based on a wishing tale. We will be planning and creating our own wishing tales using the structure and toolkit we have been learning. 

 

Reading: This week we will be continuing with our new book: 'The Boy Who Swam With Piranhas'  by David Almond and will be looking at a range of skills including Prediction, Comprehension and Vocabulary.

 

Topic: This week we will be beginning our new topic: 'Rainforests'. We will be looking at the different Biomes and Climate zones around the world and will be comparing and contrasting these, using Atlases to support us.

 

PSHE:  This week we will be continuing our new topic: Dreams and Goals. We will be looking at other cultures and the dreams and goals of children from other countries and comparing them to our own.

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 17.1.22

 

Maths: This week we will be continuing with our topic of Multiplication. We will be looking at formal methods to help us multiply a 4 digit number by a 2 digit number. We will also be beginning to look at Division this week and will be using 'Bus Stop' method to help us divide up to a 4 digit number by a 1 digit number.

 

Writing: This week we will beginning our new topic based on a wishing tale. We will innovating on our model text, 'The Man Who Walked Between The Towers' and then planning our own wishing tales using the toolkit.

 

Reading: This week we will be continuing with our new book: 'The Boy Who Swam With Piranhas'  by David Almond and will be looking at a range of skills including Character traits, retrieval and vocabulary.

 

Topic: This week we will be beginning our new topic: 'Rainforests'. We will be looking at the different Biomes and Climate zones around the world and using Atlases to support us.

 

PSHE:  This week we will be continuing our new topic: Dreams and Goals. We will be looking at jobs and thinking about what skills and attributes we need to be able to get our dream job.

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 10.1.22

 

Maths: This week we will be continuing with our topic of Multiplication. We will be looking at different strategies to multiply a 4 digit number by a 2 digit number. 

 

Writing: This week we will beginning our new topic based on a wishing tale. We will be learning a famous wishing tale about a man, Philippe Petit, who walked on a tightrope between the World Trade Centres in New York City. 

 

Reading: This week we will be beginning our new book: 'The Boy Who Swam With Piranhas'  by David Almond and will be looking at a range of skills including summarising, retrieval and inference.

 

Topic: This week we will be looking at artist Edvard Munch and recreating our own versions of his famous work, 'The Scream'.

 

PSHE:  This week we will be beginning our new topic: Dreams and Goals. We will be looking at jobs and thinking about our dream jobs for the future. 

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 13.12.21

 

Maths: This week we will be continuing with our topic of measurement. We will be looking at finding the area of regular and irregular shapes.

 

Writing: This week we will be continuing our new topic based on an Explanation Text. We will be focusing on re-writng our own versions on an explanation text based on how the Plague spread and will then be inventing our own virus and writing an explanation text based on this.

 

Reading: This week we will be beginning our new book: 'Have Sword, Will Travel' by Garth Nix and Sean Williams and will be looking at a range of skills including summarising, retrieval and inference.

 

Topic: This week we will be looking at how the Plague affected people of different classes in the 13 and 1600s.

 

PSHE:  This week we will be continuing with our topic: Celebrating Differences. We will be  thinking about different cultures and how different traditions make different people happy. 

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 29.11.21

 

Maths: This week we will be starting our new topic of Measurement. We will be looking at the perimeter of different shapes including regular and irregular shapes.

 

Writing: This week we will be beginning our new topic based on an Explanation Text. We will be focusing on the structure of non-fiction writing and will be beginning to learn about parenthesis and different conjunctions as well as learning our new model text: Influenza-How does it spread? 

 

Reading: This week we will be beginning our new book: 'Have Sword, Will Travel' by Garth Nix and Sean Williams and will be looking at a range of skills including summarising, retrieval and prediction. 

 

Topic: This week we will be exploring how the beginning of world trade and trade routes contributed to the spread of the Plague in the 1300s. 

 

PSHE:  This week we will be continuing with our topic: Celebrating Differences. We will be learning about about what makes us as individuals happy and how we can contribute to the happiness of others. We will also be thinking about different cultures and how different traditions make different people happy. 

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 22.11.21

 

Maths: This week we will be continuing our Multiplication and Division topic. We will be looking at multiplying and dividing given numbers by 10, 100 or 1,000 and Prime numbers.

 

Writing: This week we will be continuing with our new unit based on Settings. We will planning our own made up worlds and then using these to create our own setting descriptions. 

 

Reading: This week we will be beginning our new book: 'Have Sword, Will Travel' by Garth Nix and Sean Williams and will be looking at a range of skills including inference, retrieval and character description.

 

Topic: This week we will be beginning to look at the Plague and how it spread across the world. We will be using maps to identify countries most effected and explore why trade routes cause a lot of the spread. 

 

PSHE:  This week we will be beginning our new topic: Celebrating Differences. We will be learning about direct and indirect bullying and will be looking at Children in Need and what we can do as a community. 

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 15.11.21

 

Maths: This week we will be continuing our Multiplication and Division topic. We will be looking at multiplying and dividing given numbers by 10, 100 or 1,000.

 

Writing: This week we will be continuing with our new unit based on Settings. We will be using the skills we have learnt to evaluate how and why authors use these devises in writing and will then be creating our own innovated versions of a setting description. 

 

Reading: This week we will be beginning our new book: 'Have Sword, Will Travel' by Garth Nix and Sean Williams and will be looking at a range of skills including Inference, prediction and retrieval. 

 

Topic: This week we will be starting to look at our own Arial tramways for DT. We will be learning all about pulleys and gears, labelling diagrams and creating our own versions of pulleys and gears. 

 

PSHE:  This week we will be beginning our new topic: Celebrating Differences. We will be learning about what bullying is and how to deal with it.

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 8.11.21

 

Maths: This week we will be continuing our Multiplication and Division topic. We will be looking at squared and cubes numbers and will be multiplying by 10, 100 and 1000.  

 

Writing: This week we will be continuing with our new unit based on Settings. We will be continuing to learn our model text 'The Caravan' and will be focusing on short burst writing and changing the atmosphere. 

 

Reading: This week we will be beginning our new book: 'Have Sword, Will Travel' by Garth Nix and Sean Williams and will be looking at a range of skills including vocabulary, impressions and retrieval. 

 

Topic: This week we will be conducting a number of scientific experiments relating to properties of materials. We will be investigating how materials dissolve, reversible and irreversible changes and absorbency. 

 

PSHE:  This week we will be beginning our new topic: Celebrating Differences. We will be exploring the different cultures within our community and discussing how to tackle racism. 

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 1.11.21

 

Maths: This week we will be beginning our Multiplication and Division topic. We will be looking at multiples, factors, prime and squared numbers. 

 

Writing: This week we will be beginning our new unit based on Settings. We will be learning our model text 'The Caravan' and picking out the key grammar features. 

 

Reading: This week we will be beginning our new book: 'Have Sword, Will Travel' by Garth Nix and Sean Williams and will be looking at a range of skills including summarising, inference and retrieval. 

 

Topic: This week is Sculpture week. We will be learning all about the famous work of Dale Chihuly and then creating our own sculptures inspired by his designs.

 

PSHE:  This week we will be beginning our new topic: Celebrating Differences. We will be exploring the different cultures within our community. 

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 18.10.21

 

Maths: This week we will be continuing with our new topic that focuses on Statistics. We will be looking at and plotting timetables and drawing line graphs.

 

Writing: This week we will be continuing our new topic which focuses on Information Writing. We will be writing inventing our own animals and then creating a Non-Chronological Report based on them. We will think about their appearance, habitat, diet and special features and will use the skills from our toolkit.

 

Reading: This week we will be continuing to read our book 'The Wolves of Willoughby Chase' by Joan Aiken and will be creating our own book reviews. 

 

Topic: This week we will looking at 4 and 6 figure grid references during our Geography sessions and will be looking at plotting and drawing our own maps of the local area. 

 

PSHE:  This week we will be learning about how democracy and having a voice benefit our school community and how collaboration can make our community better.

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 11.10.21

 

Maths: This week we will be beginning our new topic that focuses on Statistics. We will be gathering data and creating, drawing and plotting our own line graphs.

 

Writing: This week we will be continuing our new topic which focuses on Information Writing. We will be writing our own versions on our model text 'Rhiswanozebtah' using key skills from our toolkit.

 

Reading: This week we will be continuing to read our book 'The Wolves of Willoughby Chase' by Joan Aiken and will be focusing on our inference and summarising skills. 

 

Topic: This week we will be focusing on our Geography skills and will be looking at some of the major changes bought about by the industrial revolution. We will be comparing the human geography of towns. 

 

PSHE:  This week we will be thinking about our impact on our communities and how our behaviour can impact others. 

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 4.10.21

 

Maths: This week we will be continuing to look at Addition and Subtraction. We will be using both formal written methods (column) and mental strategies as well as looking at the Inverse relationship between them.

 

Writing: This week we will be beginning our now topic which focuses on Information Writing. We will be learning our new model text 'Rhiswanozebtah' and picking out grammar features such as generalisers and subordinating conjunctions.

 

Reading: This week we will be continuing to read our book 'The Wolves of Willoughby Chase' by Joan Aiken and will be focusing on our impressions and retrieval. 

 

Topic: This week we will be looking at the differences between Victorian Britain and Modern Britain. We will also be beginning to work on our map skills. 

 

PSHE:  This week is 'Feel Good Week' and we will be thinking about what makes us happy and how we can work together to create a more positive world. 

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 27.9.21

 

Maths: This week we will be starting our new topic which focuses on Addition and Subtraction. We we be looking at the column method as well as using mental strategies to help us add and subtract numbers.

 

Writing: This week we will be inventing our own characters and writing our final 'Rags to Riches' tales.

 

Reading: This week we will be continuing to read our book 'The Wolves of Willoughby Chase' by Joan Aiken and will be focusing on vocabulary and character.

 

Topic: This week we will be looking at the lives of Victorian children and using historical sources to identify the similarities and differences between the social classes.

 

PSHE:  This week we will be thinking about different behaviours and how rewards and consequences can help to create a better community.

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 20.9.21

 

Maths: This week we will be continuing to look at Roman Numerals and Negative Numbers.

 

Writing: This week we will be Innovating our Oliver Twist text and will be using the character toolkit to describe different characters. 

 

Reading: This week we will be continuing to read our book 'The Wolves of Willoughby Chase' by Joan Aiken and will be focusing on a range of skills: vocabulary, ordering and inference.

 

Topic: This week we will be looking at the life of children in the Victorian times and will be comparing modern and Victorian schools. 

 

PSHE:  This week we will be thinking about young people from different cultures and comparing our dreams and goals.

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 13.9.21

 

Maths: This week we will be continuing to look at Place Value and will be comparing and ordering numbers up to 1 million. 

 

Writing: This week we will be continuing to learn our model text based on Oliver Twist. We will be focusing on short burst writing, using speech and relative clauses to show details of character.

 

Reading: This week we will be continuing to read our book 'The Wolves of Willoughby Chase' by Joan Aiken and will be focusing on inference.

 

Topic: This week we will be looking at the life of Queen Victoria and how her rule lead to significant changes in British history.

 

PSHE:  This week we will be thinking about our school community and our roles within it. We will then be thinking about our rights and responsibilities as British Citizens. 

 

**Please see 'Key Information' and 'Homework' tab for additional information**

Week Beginning 6.9.21

 

Maths: This week we will be beginning our Place Value topic. We will be looking at the place value of numbers up to 1 million and rounding to 10 and 100. 

 

Writing: This week we will be starting our new T4W Unit based that focuses on character. We will be learning our model text 'Oliver Twist' and beginning to look at the key features in a character description.

 

Reading: This week we will be starting our text 'The Wolves of Willoughby Chase' by Joan Aiken.

 

Topic: This week we will be looking at key events that occurred during the Victorian period. 

 

PSHE:  This week we will be thinking about our Dreams and Goals for the year ahead. 

Welcome to Year 5!

We are really excited to welcome you all back into school and into Year 5. We are looking forward to getting to know you all over the next few weeks. 

 

Please see an overview of the first 2 days: 

 

PSHE: We will be thinking about the new year ahead of us and discussing any worries/ things they are looking forward to. We will then be setting our goals for this year and thinking about how we will achieve them. 

 

Maths: We will be completing some Place Value Investigations this week. 

 

Writing: We will be starting to look at Character this week. We will be writing our own paragraphs based on famous book characters. 

 

ART: We are looking at the artist Frank Bowling and creating our own versions of his work- you will have received an additional e-mail about this. 

 

PBL: We will be beginning to look at our topic of Victorians. We will be thinking about what life was like for the different social classes and will be using some drama based activities. 

 

 

For more information see the 'Key Information and Letters' tab. 

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