Owl Class Homework -Week commencing 18th September 2020

This week we will recap on the work on Active and Passive sentences that we have been doing in class over the last two weeks.

You will need to work through the following powerpoint attached Passive and Active Homework 18th September 2020 and on the final slide you will see your homework task.

We have also been working on diary entries so try to include features such as fronted adverbials and hyphenated words such as death-defying in your writing.

Please forward completed work to myself or Nikki in the office.

Can I also take this opportunity to thank all parents and carers for their support in completing the homework each week!

Have a wonderful weekend,

Mrs Henney

Owl Class Spelling List – Week Commencing 18th September

Well done to all those scoring full marks this week! It’s really coming across in your written work in school that you are getting to grips with some of the more complex spelling patterns that we come across in Years 5 and 6.

If you haven’t quite managed to reach your spelling goals yet then keep working hard at it and you will!

Attached are this week’s Spellings;

Spellings Y6

Spellings Y5

Remember you will be tested next Thursday.

Keep up the wonderful work everyone x Mrs Henney

Phonics Workshop – Hedgehog Parents

Parents of children in Hedgehog Class are invited to an online phonics workshop on Tuesday 22nd September at 4pm.

Please complete and return the letter below to the school office before the end of the school day on Friday this week (18th September) if you are able to attend.

Thank you

Miss Horton and Mrs Johnson

Phonics Workshop – Parent Letter

Thank you Nick!

Hedgehog Class would like to say a very big THANK YOU to our caretaker Nick. He has spent a long time painting our playhouse and putting everything together for our outdoor reading den, as well as lots and lots of other jobs to help make our class an exciting place to be.

Everyone is very grateful to you Nick!BC3C99B1-FAC6-4954-80F8-FC069136F311 16501CA3-6107-4AD8-A3C5-20D8C90FC2DC E63CF94B-3068-4862-BC34-E9C00BB24A21

 

Hedgehog Class spellings 17th September 2020

Hello Hedgehogs

Your spellings for this week are below.

Please make sure you print/copy from the right list! Your spelling group name is on the front cover of your red spelling book that you have at home.

Don’t forget, there are lost of ideas of how you could learn your spellings in the front of your spelling book. Copying them down is just one way, and should be done alongside other methods to help you remember them too!

Thank you

Mrs Johnson

CAN group 17.9.20

SHOULD group 17.9.20

COULD group 17.9.20

You can find a master copy of the ‘Look, Cover, Write, Check’ sheet here to use if you wish… Look cover write check

Phonics Workshop – Hedgehog parents

Parents of children in Hedgehog Class are invited to an online phonics workshop on Tuesday 22nd September at 4pm.

Please complete and return the letter below to the school office before the end of the school day on Friday this week (18th September) if you are able to attend.

Thank you

Miss Horton and Mrs Johnson

Phonics Workshop – Parent Letter

Look who Rhys met on The Cliffe….

It’s not many people that can say that they have met their idol but Rhys in Owls is definitely one that can!  Anyone that knows Rhys knows that he is passionate about mountain biking – you may remember his brilliant lockdown videos – and on Friday night he was lucky enough to meet professional street trials rider Danny MacAskill by chance whilst riding over The Cliffe.   This was also an amazing coincidence as the week before, Owl class had watched Danny’s video ‘The Ridge’ as part of their unit of work on daredevil Annie Edson Taylor.  What an amazing experience Rhys; I know that it has really inspired you and is something that you will remember forever.

P.S – Great to see one of our old pupils Harry too!

RV

 

Owl Class Homework – Week commencing 11th September 2020

Thank you all for your fantastic homework last week.

Those of you who chose to deliver your speeches as part of the School Council Election process did so confidently and clearly. Well done!

Thank you also to all of you, who whilst perhaps chose not to read your speeches aloud, did think carefully about what you wanted to say and why you want to be a School Council Representative

This week through your Homework you will learn more about Moses and the story of Exodus. Please follow this link to access the Video to get you started. Please make sure you have a pen and paper ready, and you have cleared a quiet space for you to work in.

Once you have made some notes please then use these to write a diary entry in role as Moses – Perhaps you could write about how you would have felt the evening after the parting of the red sea or maybe you would prefer to use a different event; try to think about the thoughts, worries or maybe doubts you would have running through your mind at this time.

If you could please type these up and send your completed work to either my self or Nikki in the office.

Have fun!