North Cerney CofE Primary Academy

North Cerney Primary Academy

Blue - Y5 and Y6

Mrs Kate Lewis - (Supply Teacher) 

Miss Louise Hayes (Teaching Assistant)

 

Welcome to Blue Class

Below you will find information about our class, including our current learning, our timetables and expectations in regards to homework.

Our Learning

Our Timetable

Below is a typical weekly timetable for Blue Class, however some children will be involved in intervention programmes which aren’t detailed.

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:30-8:45

Spellings

Maths Passports

Spellings

Maths Passports

Spellings

8:45-9:15

Guided Reading

Guided Reading

Guided Reading

Guided Reading

Guided Reading

9:15-9.30

Worship

Worship

Worship

Worship

Worship

9.30-10.30

Maths

English

Maths

PE 

Maths/English

10:30-10.45

Break

Break

Break Break

Break

10:45-11.45

English

Maths English Maths/English

Maths/English

11:45-12:00

Class Novel

 Class Novel  Class Novel  Class Novel  Class Novel

12:00-13:00

Lunchtime  Lunchtime Lunchtime   Lunchtime  Lunchtime

13:00-14:00

History/Science

History/Science RE Drumming

PE /Music

14:00-15:00

History/Science

History/Science PSHE Art/French PE / Music

 

PE – Please bring a P.E kit in a named bag into school. This will then come home every half term to be washed.

 

Supporting Learning at Home

 

Learning at home is an essential part of a quality education. Regular homework is important as it gives children the opportunity to practise at home the skills covered in class, and helps them in work towards improving. It also helps children to become confident and independent in their learning, which will help throughout their time at school and in adult life.

 

To mirror experiences of Secondary School as much homework as possible will be set via the school website. This works alongside the homework diary system. Homework will be set on a Tuesday and I expect it to be returned the following Monday. This homework will consist of a piece of Mathematics, Literacy, SPaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar) and Guided Reading. Children may also be asked to complete a range of Mathletics challenges.

 

I encourage children to view homework as a positive learning experience. Opportunities will be made in class and through assemblies to discuss homework and what to do if children have any concerns.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, or are able to support our learning in any way, please don’t hesitate to come and speak to us.