MEET THE TEACHER INFORMATION EVENING Class 3/4

MEET THE TEACHER INFORMATION EVENING Class 3/4

MEET THE TEACHER INFORMATION EVENING Class 6 Purpose of the Meeting To meet you and introduce myself To introduce the Key Features of life in Year 5/6 To consider how you can support your child and school MEET THE TEACHER INFORMATION EVENING Class 6 New Beginnings

Coming into the classroom handwriting/reading. New routines and responsibilities office/buddy system/tuck shop. Cracking Tables - Monday. Muddy Mondays Every Monday, a lesson will be held outside and children need to be dressed appropriately. MEET THE TEACHER INFORMATION EVENING Class 6 The Curriculum Topics are: Africa (Autumn 1) and China (Autumn 2)

Main threads include:- Geography, History and Art MEET THE TEACHER INFORMATION EVENING Class 6 Rewards & Celebrating Success Merit Points House Points Assembly Awards Star of the Week

Star Writer Special Subject Achievement Awards Behaviour slips Blue Letters MEET THE TEACHER INFORMATION EVENING Class 6 The Learning Environment Encouraging independence through learning habits: Perseverance, curiosity, concentration and collaboration. Learning Intention and Success Criteria (displayed to help children take a step by step approach to achieving the learning

intention). Respect Targets generated through ongoing daily assessment and half Code of Conduct

R Responsible in all we do E Encourage each other S Safe work and play P Polite and considerate E Enjoy being and active learner C Challenge and celebrate our efforts T Trust each other Any breaches of our code of conduct will result in a letter home and a record will be kept.

MEET THE TEACHER INFORMATION EVENING Class 6 Home Learning in this class:Monday: Maths a short activity or game to consolidate learning intentions due in on Thursday. Literacy OR Creative Curriculum often a mini project/research task due in by a given date depending on the task. Or, a short grammar based, comprehension or writing task - due in on Thursday. Talk home learning and The Big Write a discussion based task in preparation for Thursdays unaided writing session. Friday: Spelling a short task with an element of choice due in on Tuesday. READING approximately 20 minutes most nights. Children have reading journals that must be completed at least once a week (checked weekly). Please encourage comments

such as, I like/dont like this book because You may also comment if you wish to do so. Please ensure children have a reading book (from school or home) and their purple reading journal in school everyday. CRACKING TABLES - Mondays: Children will bring their test paper home to use as a revision aid for the following week. Changes in the lead up to SATs home learning tasks will vary. Please ensure that work is named, stuck into books or put into folders etc as appropriate. Home learning tasks are to be placed in the box by the door before break time on a Thursday. MEET THE TEACHER INFORMATION EVENING Class 6

SATs May Reading Maths 3 papers. Literacy SPAG (spelling, punctuation and grammar). Writing is assessed and moderated by looking at each childs written work in different curriculum areas. SPELLING LIST WORDS. Very similar to the termly assessment weeks that have taken place every year of your childs school life. After SATS: Leavers play, Vicarage, Trip, school visits etc.

MEET THE TEACHER INFORMATION EVENING Class 6 The Whole Child PHSE values for life and half termly topics. RE half termly topics and recognition of many key festivals. Collective Worship Reflection Time / lunch time prayer. MEET THE TEACHER INFORMATION EVENING

Class 6 Enrichment Trips to enhance learning. Muddy Mondays outdoor learning sessions. Marle Hall information to follow. Whole school days eg World Book Day. Creative Curriculum topic days. Class swaps/paired reading. WEBSITE

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