Class 5



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Class 5 - Autumn 1 - 2021



In Class 5, we have two teachers: Mr. Self (Monday - Wednesday) and Mrs. Parrott (Thursday - Friday), we are supported by Mrs. Simpson across the week.

Important Dates in Class 5:




Our Class 5 Curriculum:

This terms topic is:


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P.E is on a Tuesday afternoon.

Please have kit every day and make sure it is warm as we are often outside!





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Year 1 Homework – Wickersley St Alban's CE Primary

This year we are going to trial NOT giving children a list of spellings to learn for a test each week. (Some parents may breathe a sigh of relief at this while others of you may have liked it as a way to work with your children at home.) However, research has proved that just learning lists for a test is not beneficial to the quality of children’s writing. We will still be teaching spelling rules and still be holding spelling ‘tests’, but are approaching spellings in a less formal and more contextualised way to support children to progress further with their writing. We will frequently send the tests home so that you can see how your child is developing. We have included ways to help your children with spellings; please see the spelling section on the homework sheet. Most of the suggestions are based around activities or games to aid longer term memory for spelling, rather than short term superficial learning for a test. We will also send home word-mats for the children, with the spellings that the Government published in the National Curriculum. These provide ideas for words to practise/play the games with.


If however you (your children) do find spelling tricky, particularly the high frequency words below, and you feel as if they would benefit from extra practise, then the words below are good place to start.





Each child will receive a homework book. There are lists of possible homework activities each half term for children to choose from and complete at their own pace, in their own style. There will be a date when the book needs to be handed in (usually the 4th or 5th week of each half term) to be marked and commented on. The date the book is due in this half term is Friday 11th October


Form Requirements - Summer Reading 2018 - Geier Library at Berkshire School
  • Children should aim to read for pleasure every day, whether it is a book, magazine, newspaper or other! Please record it in your reading log book!
  • Whilst reading, children should be encouraged to ask questions about the story, make predictions, look at the pictures to find clues and learn new words. 


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Mr Self,
28 Jan 2020, 08:01
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Mr Self,
28 Jan 2020, 08:01
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Mr Self,
28 Jan 2020, 08:02
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Julie Parrott,
11 Sept 2019, 01:01
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Julie Parrott,
11 Sept 2019, 01:00