Welcome to our class page! Hopefully you will find this page useful. On our class page we have details of our topics for this half term as well as other useful information about Hazel Class and websites that we use to help our learning. We love to share what we learn in school every day, so please follow us on our Facebook page to see what we get up to on a daily basis.
What will we be learning about this half term?
English - Journey to Jo'burg (narrative writing)/ Nelson Mandela (biographical writing).
Maths - Decimals and Percentages, properties of shapes.
RE - Judaism - What does it mean for a Jewish person to follow God?
Science - Let's get moving (forces).
History - A local study - Who was Tommy Armstrong?
Art - A sense of place.
PE - Swimming and games.
PSHE - How can drugs common to everyday life affect health?
Computing - Digital literacy
Our arrival time each morning is 8.45-9.00am and we leave at 3.10pm.
What to bring to school
The children should bring in a water bottle which they will take home each day as well as their packed lunch (if they do not receive a school lunch). They do not need any other equipment such as pencil cases, stationary etc as they will have everything they need at their own desk.
Our PE days are normally Thursday and Friday. On these days, the children should come into school wearing their PE kit. They do not need to bring in their normal school uniform to get changed into, they will just stay in their PE kit all day. PE kit this year is: trainers, white PE t-shirt, purple shorts or plain black tracksuit bottoms, purple hoodie or purple school jumper. As the vast majority of our PE needs to take place outdoors, a waterproof jacket is also sensible on days when the weather is not so good.
Swimming - normal swimming kits are needed in a waterproof bag - towel and swim suit (no bikinis). PE kits can be worn.
We will do Homework over a fortnightly period. So, one week we will have a Maths and an English task to complete in our Homework books. These will go home on a Monday, to be returned by the following Monday.
For the alternate week, the children will be asked to work on some Topic-based tasks which will be in a grid format on a sheet for them to take home (and also on this page below). These suggested tasks can be done at home in those alternate weeks when they don’t have their Homework books. Any finished tasks can be brought into school to share with the class, a photo could be sent on Class Dojo. We will then be able to give verbal feedback and share the work as a class.
Please see the link for the Homework booklet for Summer term.
Please see the link below for Topic Homework for Summer 1.
Spellings will go home every Monday and there will be a Spelling Test every Friday on these words. Please see the link below for our spellings for this half term.
The children will take their Accelerated Reader book home (with their Reading Record book) every day. These should then come back into school every day also.
Visit these websites for some games to practice your English skills.
Visit these websites for some games to practice your Maths skills.
This is a useful website to practice a range of different subject areas.