Willow Class

Welcome to Term 6 in Willow Class.

Welcome back, we hope you had a great break and are ready for another term in Willow Class.

Our geography topic for the term will be Mountains and Rivers so we will be learning all about how they are formed and locating some key mountains and rivers around the world.

This term we have PE and Games every Tuesday and Friday so could children please come dressed in school PE kit, including shorts under jogging bottoms on both these days, as the weather is liable to change during these next few weeks.  

Please ensure your child has a named water bottle everyday which they need to keep on their desk. Should your child need any medication, adults need to contact the office to fill in the form and we shall look after the medication, so it will need to be handed in at the office.

We are delighted with how many children are reading with a grown-up each day at home and the children are writing  comments in Reading Records; this will really help your child and we hope this will continue throughout Term 5 too, with even more children being able to achieve reading five times a week than ever!

This term is particularly important as we are building towards the Year 4 multiplication test. It would be very beneficial for your child to spend some time each day practising their times tables. This can either be completed on Times Tables Rock Stars or PurpleMash.

Also on our class page are the spellings for both groups; those children doing ten spellings and those doing five each week.  We shall send these home every Monday and test the following Monday.  Thank you in advance for your support in helping your children learn these and please focus on the ones which they are still finding tricky by the end of day 4, following the support at the top of each column.  

Thank you as always for your continued support and if you have any questions, please do contact us via the Class Dojo at any time.

Mrs Geoghegan, Mrs Lloyd and Ms O'Hara

Curriculum Map Term 6

History Knowledge Organisers

Science Knowledge Organisers

Geography Knowledge Organisers

Mrs E Geoghegan & supported by Mrs D Lloyd and Mrs K O'Hara