Welcome to Budbrooke Primary School

Cherry 2021 - 2022

Mrs James

Mrs James

Mrs Smith

Mrs Smith

Cherry Class

Performing Poetry
Performing Poetry

   

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Being Rocket Designers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your teachers are: Mrs James (Mon,Tue) and Mrs Smith (Wed, Thurs, Fri)

Please do check this page for any home learning if you are having to isolate your child.

Our Autumn 2 topic is called 'Beast Creator', where we will develop our knowledge of living things and their habitats. Throughout the term, we will learn about identification keys, food chains and some of the deadliest beasts on the planet. Alongside the abundance of information, we will also be sharing the book 'Charlotte's Web' by E.B. White.

The first topic covered this year was 'Stargazers' with a science focus on the Solar System. Within the topic, we read our class text 'Cosmic' by Frank Cottrell Boyce. A highlight being the lauch of our rockets at the end of the term! There are many other interesting fiction, non-fiction and poetry books linked to this topic. If you'd like to continue finding out more about space, try this reading list: https://www.booksfortopics.com/space-ks2

 

Homework

Home learning and spellings are set on Wednesday and are due back on Monday. Please complete your English and Maths work at home and find time to practise your weekly spellings

Homework will be uploaded to this page each week, in case of lost sheets.

Year 5 Maths follows the Mastery book, please check last weeks to make sure you are on the correct week when completing from this set.

This week we are on: Unit 5 -Week 1 of 1

Aut2, week 5 spellings       words with the /i:/ sound spelt ei after c

deceive

receive

perceive

ceiling

receipt

protein

seize

neither

existence

explanation

familiar

foreign

PE is on a Friday afternoon, please come to school dressed in your PE kit with a school jumper over the top if needed.

Ensure you have a water bottle in school every day.

 

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