Bamburgh (Ms King & Mrs Trood Year 5/6)

We follow advice from the DfE and all photograph subjects have signed permission.
 
No, schools and local authorities are free to decide on their own policies relating to the use of such images or the release of associated information for their own publicity purposes. We do, however, advise that photographs and video images of pupils and staff are classed as personal data under the termsof the Data Protection Act 1998. Therefore using such images for school publicity purposes will require the consent of either the individual concerned or in the case of pupils, their legal guardians.

 

Welcome to Bamburgh Class page

Our Autumn Term topics are World War II in Humanities and ‘May the FORCE by with you’ in Science.

 Our class text for this term is Friend or Foe by Michael Morpurgo. Using this text, we will be completing writing tasks in a range of genres.

 

Homework

On Tuesdays, Maths homework will be set to be returned to class the following Monday.

 On Friday, children will be given a comprehension activity and SPAG task. This is to be handed in the following Friday.

 Spellings will be set on a Friday, to be learnt for the following Friday. A spelling test will take place every Friday morning.

 We will often mark homework together in class to help children gain a deeper understanding.

 Reading records must also be completed and brought in to school on a Friday to be checked by Mrs Trood. Children should be reading everyday but should be completing their reading record a minimum of twice a week.

  

 PE

Children will need their P.E. kits on Monday and Wednesday mornings.

 

 We will add photographs to our class page showing some of the excellent activities which take place in our classroom.

Yesterday we went into Forest School and had a brilliant afternoon. The children each made a picture using natural materials- each picture had to include the child's initials. The children then worked in small groups and took on a challenge to build the tallest tower. All the children became quite competitive when we measured their towers.