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Class 5 New Challenges for New Beginnings.
Newsletter 24th November 2023
Weekly spellings and homework.
Children will receive weekly spellings to learn on a Monday. Please practise these throughout the week, help your child to develop their own list of words based on the same spelling pattern or rule and choose some of their spelling list words to write in sentences.
In addition to their weekly home learning tasks, children are sometimes asked to complete homework tasks that will relate to their thematic work. The tasks set are sometimes to lead into a new area of study, to help reinforce objectives or sometimes to assess how well the child tackles the work independently and away from school. If your child is finding any of the tasks difficult and requires help, please assist them, and send a message via the Seesaw Parent App. Home learning tasks can be brought into school or submitted via your child’s Seesaw account. If home learning tasks are not completed, children will be asked to complete them in school during breaktimes. Further information around homework and expectations will be sent soon.
Reading is very important, and children will have a reading book to share at home. We ask that children read their schoolbook at least three times a week. It is very important to hear your child read and to spend time discussing the text in greater detail as they become more proficient readers. This will secure their understanding of more complex texts and develop their ability to read between the lines. As your child moves onto the longer books, they will only need to read these once, but still need to be listened to and to have the opportunity to discuss what they have read in order to develop their full understanding of a text.
Children will also have the opportunity to bring home a ‘Reading for Pleasure’ book from the school library to share at home. Please record this reading and any additional reading completed at home in their journals.
Our allocated PE slots are Tuesday and Thursday so please can your child come to school wearing their PE kit and trainers for PE on these days. We will also be supplementing this with lots of active learning in and out of the classroom throughout the week, including daily CalmBrain sessions. As a reminder children will need to tie long hair up and remove any stud earrings or provide plasters or tape to cover them.
Below is the attached termly curriculum overview. Each term, as a school, we strive to ensure that the curriculum is exciting and engaging for all of our learners. This termly overview is a rigorous learning journey that covers all areas of the National Curriculum.
Class 4 2023/2024 themes:
Class 4 Newsletter Autumn 1
Class 4 Newsletter Autumn 2
Useful websites that we have used in our classroom:
Hit the button- times tables.
Interactive Solar System
NASA- Solar system
Super movers- multiples
Times table games
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Tibberton CE Primary School
off Maslan Crescent,Tibberton,Newport,ShropshireTF10 8NN
Executive Head Teacher: Mrs Rebecca Nash Head of School : Mr Craig Battrick
School Administrator: Lyndsey Naughton