SCHOOL CLOSURE INFORMATION
You can communicate with Mrs Caffrey via e-mail or Class Dojo.
- The parent login to Class Dojo is in the front of your child's green Home Learning Book.
- The address for you to e-mail Mrs Caffrey is:
Your child will be set the following work schedule:
English - Once each weekday.
Spelling - Once each weekday.
Mathematics - Once each weekday.
Religious Education - Once each week.
Topic - Once each week.
The work will be set and uploaded to this page daily. It can be completed in your child's green Home Learning Book that has been sent out, or if you have a printer at home, and would like to print the work, you also have that option if you wish.
Your child will also be able to access Purple Mash, which is a creative, online programme to complete projects and tasks which Mrs Caffrey will set on there. Each child's Purple Mash login is in the front of their green Home Learning Book
A prayer remembering God is with us
Lord God, you are always with me.
You are with me in the day and in the night.
You are with me when I’m happy and when I’m sad.
You are with me when I’m healthy and when I am ill.
You are with me when I am peaceful and when I am worried.
Help me to remember that you love me and are with me in everything today.
Mrs Caffrey, Mrs Payne and Mrs Magro teach Year 5
This half terms value is, Faith-filled & Hopeful.
Our Topic this term is...
MEXICO & THE MAYA
BIG SCHOOLS' BIRDWATCH
We really enjoyed spending time outside the classroom watching out for birds because it was really calm and peaceful. Before we went out, we looked at the RSPB website and a really useful poster. These had lots of information and details that would help us to identify different birds. We saw lots of blackbirds and wood pigeons. It was much harder to identify the smaller bird species; they moved so quickly! Once we had collected our results on the observation sheets, we used the BIG SCHOOLS' BIRDWATCH WEBSITE to input our results. We got some really visual graphs that showed our results and we were able to compare what we found to nationwide results. Our top spot was the blackbird which was the most spotted bird nationally in 2015.
(Don't forget to read at least 5 times a week. Record this in your diary to earn extra house points!)
Homework: Given out on Monday to be handed in on the following Monday