Welcome to Cannon Street Class

Class Teacher - Mr Grundey

Classroom teaching assistants - Miss Marshal and Mrs Ancel

PPA cover - Mrs Forde

Music - Mrs Hughes / Mr Regan

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Merits

October 13, 2019
… well done to the children who received this week’s  merits: Leen,  Molly, Josiah and Magnus.

Half-Term is in sight – Wk 14th October 2019

October 13, 2019

Thank you for your hard work this week.

Should the dog accidentally have eaten the homework, here is a copy: Au1-Wk6-11102019

 

Next week, we will be learning the following:

Maths

I can use a range of mental strategies for addition and subtraction.

I can evaluate the efficiency of mental and formal calculation strategies.

I can use the rounding rules to estimate my answers.

I can use estimating and the inverse to check my answers.

I can apply my mathematical knowledge and skills when solving addition and subtraction problems.

English

I can use feedback to improve the retelling of a scene from a story.

I can use a story-map to invent a substitution scene for a story.

I can use a range of devices to narrate a substituted scene for a story (two lessons).

I can give and use feedback to improve the narration of a substituted key scene for a story.

Science

I can prove that the Earth is a spherical body – Part II.

I can use my scientific knowledge to explain why we have day and night.

Art

I can design and evaluate my draft for a space-related cardboard relief – Part II.

Other

I can use the internet safely. (ICT)

I can create a series of balances to music – Part II.  I can develop my endurance. (PE)

I can use the numbers and colours in Spanish.

This week’s Merits

October 5, 2019

… to the children who received this week’s merits: Akosua, Daisy, Damara, Lillian, Lisa, Pyman and Melvin.

Keep it up.

 

Please remember to log-in to Mathletics and complete your tasks. Any task with below 90% success rate has been re-assigned.

Week 7th October 2019

October 5, 2019

After an eventful week, we are now taking big steps towards half-term. We hope everybody is having a wonderful weekend. For anyone, who might have “misplaced” the homework or not received it due to absence, please click below.

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Next week’s learning journey

Maths: We will gradually be expanding our skills in mental and formal addition and subtraction.

English: We will use a range of narrative techniques to retell a key scene from our class-novel and further develop our use of expanded noun phrases.

ICT: We will continue with e-safety and giving advice on how to navigate safely online.

Science: We will re-visit the topic “Earth as a spherical body” and explore how we can prove that fact. 

Art: This week should see use create the first draft/plan for our cardboard relief work.

PE: Now, we will combine, Music, PE and Science and begin creating a sequence of balances to Gustav Holst’s Planet suite (Jupiter – for maximum jollification).

Week – 30th September 2019

September 29, 2019

Welcome to an exciting week of learning ahead.

Please find last week’s homework using the link below.

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The highlight of our week will probably be our excursion to Kew Gardens. Please remember to arrive on time as we would like to leave school at 9:05 promptly. Also, children will need a packed lunch, a healthy snack, a rain jacket and a warm jacket (depending on the weather). A notepad would be helpful so children can take notes about the wonderful things they will be seeing and learning about. Curious? Check out the links below:

https://www.kew.org/kew-gardens/whats-on/chihuly-at-kew-reflections-on-nature

https://www.kew.org/kew-gardens/whats-in-the-gardens/the-childrens-garden

 

The week’s learning journey:

Maths: 

  • Place-Value-Assessment
  • I can use resources to visualise addition.
  • I can use resources to visualise subtraction.
  • I can use mental strategies to add and subtract.

English:

  • I can use formal language to write a school report for an innovated/invented character.
  • I can use feedback to edit and improve my writing.
  • I can identify adjectives (esp. when used in expanded noun phrases).
  • I can explore a character’s personality by creating an I-am-poem.
  • I can use poetic devices to write a poem.

Science:

  • I can describe Earth as a spherical body.

Art:

  • I can identify types of relief and design the first draft of space-related cardboard-relief. 

PE:

  • I can link a series of balances.

Spanish

  • I can express how I feel in Spanish.

Week beginning 23rd September 2019

September 22, 2019

Thank you so much for the fantastic recounts/diary entries of our trip to the National Maritime Museum.

 

Hurray, our Homework Diaries have arrived.

Please remember:

  • Please record any reading the your child has done at home on the day. Each day that your child has read, he/she will receive a Class-Dojo point.
  • Class-Dojo log-ins for parents as well as Mathletics log-ins will find their way into the homework diaries over the course of this week.
  • In their homework diary, your child will have a green stamp at the end of each day to show they are following our school’s ‘Good to be Green’ behaviour policy. If they do not get a green stamp it is because they have not ended the day on a green card or have received a red card during the day. You will be notified by text if a red card consequence has occurred.

This week’s learning

This week we will be continuing with our work on Place-Value and the Character study of our Book-Character Bradley Chalkers. 

Our learning objectives are:

 

Maths

I can identify and use Roman Numerals up to 100 (L1) and 1000 (L2). 

I can use negative numbers with and without crossing 0 (2 lessons).

I can secure my place-value knowledge (revision).

 

English

I can innovate and explore (role-play) a fictive character.

I can plan a school report for an innovated character.

I can analyse a school report and extract/identify key vocabulary and phrases.

I can use formal language to write a school report on an innovated character.

I can give and use constructive feedback to improve my writing.

Art:

I can compare the style and technique of two famous artists (3-D).

Science:

I can describe and explain the transition from the geocentric to the heliocentric view of the Solar System.

ICT:

I can give advice on how to stay safe online (personal information and passwords). 

Week Beginning 16th September 2019

September 13, 2019

We have survived the first full week and are looking forward to our trip to Greenwich this Friday.
A selection of pictures will follow over the weekend and all children will be writing their diary entries about the trip over the weekend.
We are looking forward to some great writing which we would like to share later with the whole school.

This week’s homework which was handed out on Thursday, 12th September 2019 can be found below together with the Space writing template.

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space-lined-paper

 

Next week’s learning objectives are:

Maths:

I can compare numbers with up to 6-digits.
I can count up and down in different steps.
I can round within 100,000.
I can round within 1,000,000.
I can use Roman Numerals.

English:

I can use a range of devices to write a school report about a (fictional) character from a book
I can use (peer-) feedback to edit and improve my writing.
I can innovate or invent a new character for a narrative.
I can empathise with a fictional character through roleplay.
I can name and identify all types of words – focus Nouns (SpaG).

Others:

Reading: I can use my experience of and opinion about a text to write a book review.
Guided Reading: We will fully (re-)start with our learning carousels.
Science: I can  can compare numbers with up to 6-digits.
Art: I can describe and compare the Art of Sonia Delaunay and Ben Nicholson.
ICT: I can explain why it is important to stay safe online.

Hurray, it is the beginning of Sound Progress (formerly “Sound Start”).

Welcome back – Year 5 of 2019/2020

September 7, 2019

We hope everybody had a wonderful summer break and is now ready for a great year of fantastic learning.

Our team consists of:

Mr Jalloh & Thambiayah in London Bridge

Mr Grundey, Mrs Ancel & Miss Marshall in Cannon Street Bridge

 

Please click here for our letters from this week:

TripLetter – RoyalObservatoryNationalMaritime

WelcomeLetter-2019-2020

 

A brief reminder:

Homework will be handed out on Friday and it should be handed back in completed on Wednesday. Thank you for your support.

Daily reading is essential, so please encourage your children and remind them to record their reading in our Diaries in return for Dojo Points.

 

Our Topics for the Autumn Term are:

Maths: Place-Value and the Four Operations

English: We will be reading the books “There is a boy in the girls’ bathroom” and “George’s secret key to the universe”. Based on that, we will work on Character profile and change, recounts, film reviews (Cinema Trip on 13/11/2019), poetry and Newspaper articles.

Science: Earth & Space followed by “Forces”. To link the two topics, we are intending to exhibit the rockets which the children will be designing and building after which these will be launched into “Space”.

The topics for our Foundation Subjects are: Geography (Map Skills), Art (Cardboard Relief), RE (Lifestyle and Celebrations – Hinduism and Christianity). MfL (Introduction to Spanish – Talking about myself), Music (Mr Regan will teaching the children Keyboard and Guitar from the week 16/9), ICT (Internet Safety and How the internet works), DT (linking baking and construction – Gingerbread House), History (exact topic to be confirmed) and PE (exact topic to be confirmed).

Week beginning 15th July 2019

July 14, 2019

A massive thank you to all of our wonderful parent helpers, who came with us on our trip to Sevenoaks Nature Reserve! You were all amazing!

What are we learning this week?

Maths –

Recapping on our calculation strategies for the four operations.

English –

We shall be writing a thank you letter to the volunteers at Sevenoaks Nature Reserve and a recount of our trip there.

Music – After our amazing concert last week, we shall be having our lessons with Mrs Hughes this week.

RE – We shall be talking about journeys.

Art – We shall be continuing to look at landscape art and sketching our own design for painting.

Geography – We shall be looking at what happens when a river floods.

SRE – We shall be learning about: support networks, puberty and reproduction.

DT – Designing and building a contraption.

 

 

Key dates –

End of Summer Term 23rd July

Week beginning 8th July 2019

July 10, 2019

What are we learning this week?

 

Maths –

*   I can describe, understand and compare the volume of shapes.

*   I can estimate the volume of a shape/body.

*   I can estimate the capacity of a shape/body.

*   I can apply columnar method in addition and subtraction.

English –

We shall be writing and editing our persuasive texts about reducing plastic at Howard Primary School.

Music – After our amazing concert last week, we shall be having our lessons with Mrs Hughes this week.

RE – We shall be talking about journeys.

Art – We shall be continuing to look at landscape art and sketching our own design for painting.

Geography – We shall be looking at what happens when a river floods.

SRE – We shall be learning at what is meant by the words ‘relationship’ and ‘love’

 

 

Key dates –

11th July – KS1 sports day – A group of Year 5 are helping out with the organisation and running of the event.

12th July – Trip to Sevenoaks Nature Reserve – please make sure you have paid on Parentpay and handed in your slip to your class teacher.

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