Week beginning 6th November 2017

Please make sure as many of you attend our Apple’s Friends workshop and Rocket Exhibition on Thursday 9th December.
Next week, we will be doing the following:

Maths:

I can read and interpret one-way tables.

I can read and interpret two-way tables.

I can read and interpret timetables.

I can solve problems using different types of tables and graphs.

I can visualise and interpret data I have collected myself. (Assessment)

English:

We will starting our new topic, Film Reviews. Together, we will be identifying and evaluating the key features of a film review. We shall be watching Beauty and the Beast  to learn about the planning, writing and editing process of writing a film review.

SPAG: I can correctly form the plural of nouns adding -s, -ies or -es.

RE: We will further explore Hinduism – beliefs and Gods.

PE: We will have the chance to develop our Hockey skills as well as our fitness during circuits training.

ICT: We shall be exploring a very common problem, Video game addiction.

Music: The children will secure and extend their Guitar and Piano skills during Soundstart (A-Minor, G-Major …).

A few reminders

Please continue to keep your Children’s University passport up to date with activities you did over half term.

The Children’s University is an amazing programme that encourages your child to take part in a wide variety of activities both in and outside school that will enrich their lives and give them access to activities they wouldn’t usually have.  We would like as many children in Year 5 as possible to purchase a Children’s University passport (£2 from Miss Handley) and start collecting stamps.  Clubs that they participate in both in school and outside school will stamp their passport and once they have received 30 stamps they will be recognised at a formal graduation ceremony.  Children in the past have met the Mayor of Croydon at this event and other important people within the community.

It is a great way for children to develop more than just academic skills and be recognised for all the extra-curricular activities that they do.  This can include sports clubs, drama clubs, arts and crafts clubs, brownies, scouts, volunteering with the Lily Trust at school, supporting the school with whole community projects and many more.

 

Key dates

Monday 6th November – Bikeability course starts for London Bridge (all bikes are required on Monday).

Thursday 9th November – Rocket Exhibition and Apple’s Friends workshop

Tuesday 14th November – Film trip: Queen of Katwe (Children require a packed lunch)

Thursday 16th November – Film trip: Moana