Monet Class Letter

16.12.16

 

Dear Parents/Carers,

 

This week:

 

English

The class used their imaginative writing skills to create a story that involves the main character of “Floodland” Zoe breaking one of their originals laws to find her lost parents.

 

Maths

Monet reviewed number and place value, taking particular notice of: 6-digit sums, negative numbers and problems associated with it.

 

History

Year 5 will investigated the role of Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill during the Second World War.

 

Next week

 

English – Monet will complete their imaginative writing piece of Zoe finding her long lost parents.

 

Maths – Students will be reading, writing and interpreting math statements involving the four operations

 

Homework

 

English

 

I have decided for the last homework task I will set for Class Monet is a recount about a memorable moment from the time they have spent throughout the past Autumn term in Year 5. This is a fun task so I’m looking for an entertaining and well-structured writing piece. J

 

LO: To write a recount about a memorable moment during the Autumn Term in Class Monet

Success Criteria

I have written a story which is entertaining and relevant to Class Monet ☐
I have included quotes where applicable ☐
I have checked for spelling and grammar before handing in ☐

 

Due Date: Wednesday 21st December 2016

 

Guided Reading

 

Reading Group Book Pages to be read for homework (over XMAS break)
Hawks The Exiles 9 – 31
Magpies Stormbreaker 113-160
Crows Beyond the beanstalk 77-114
Eagles Rope and other stories 66-89
Falcons Born Lucky 72-End of book

 

Note

 

Thank you to the HSA for providing the class with the opportunity to watch “Snow White” Pantomime.

 

Have a great weekend,

Callum