Welcome to Larch Class!
Larch is a Year 5 class. On this page you will find key information about our class: important timetable information, members of staff and information about what we are learning in class.
The teacher in Larch is Mr Hunt. Miss Stockwell, Miss Booth and Mrs Evans are the LSA's in Larch.
We recognise the importance of children reading regularly. We encourage children to read three times at home to an adult, three times at home to themselves and three times at school to themselves. Children are rewarded for meeting their reading targets.
P.E and Other Activities
All P.E lessons will be carried out in a safe way that adheres to all of the guidelines that we must follow. Our P.E lessons will occur weekly on a timetable and will consist of a range of learning that will take place both indoor and outdoor! P.E kits must be brought into school on a Monday and this will need to stay in school all week.
Our topic during the Spring term is a Science topic linked to 'Magic'. We will focus our literacy work upon our class book: Boy 87, as well as looking at a selection of texts relevant to our topic. Throughout the term, we will also be looking at some diverse literature with a key focus upon poetry.
In Maths we will be exploring Fractions, consolidating our understanding of Multiplication and Division and we will also be investigating the relationships between Decimals and Percentages. As always within our learning in year 5, we will be using our mathematical skills and applying them to problem solving and reasoning questions!
More details of our learning throughout this year is available to see on our parent forecast.
Reading is a fundamental skill and it is incredibly important to continue to read a wide variety of books at home. Whether you are learning from home or in school, it is important to read as much as possible to improve your reading stamina, develop your word knowledge and ultimately enjoy immersing yourself in the wonderful world of story telling.
On the website, there is now a dedicated folder to 'Reading'. It is under 'Parents' and then 'Reading'. This page explains about the Oxford Reading Scheme and gives yourself and your adults useful tips on how to support reading at home. It has some fantastic suggestions of questions to ask when reading at home and offers guidance for parents to feedback to teachers about their child's reading.
Below this post, you will find a range of useful documents to support you with your reading at home.
'The more you read, the more things you know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.' - Dr Seuss
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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