Letter from Mrs Phillipson
Class 4 - As you know a number of Year 6 pupils are in school, however not all are and Year 5 pupils don't even have a choice!
Therefore much of the work set for Class 4 - Home Learning, is for all those children who continue to work from home - no matter if they are in Year 5 or 6. This includes any Topic, Science or French work. Good luck & take care x
See below to continue to access Music Lessons from Andrew Parry
Following on from last week, below are a range of *new links to take you to the 'Empiribox' Website.
Simply click on your chosen area of study, watch some fun, interesting and interactive video clips, before having a go at completing the attached worksheets. The resources are intended for all of Key Stage 2 (years 3,4,5&6) but with appropriately differentiated work and guidance, there should be something for everyone.
Here’s what’s new:
Why not have a go at the exciting Science Quiz below - no peeking at the answers until you're ready!
VIRTUAL SCIENCE JAMBOREE SPECIAL
Welcome to Class Four
Class Four has children from Years 5/6 and is taught by Mrs Phillipson and the Teaching Assistant is Mrs Icke, who works on a full-time basis. There are specialist teachers for Music, P.E. and R.E lessons. Throughout the year the children are given further educational (and fun) opportunities such as – ‘Bikeability’, Year 6 Residential trip, Swimming sessions etc.
The staff at Hoath Primary School are currently in the process of re-working the curriculum, so that we are able to deliver an education to the children that is appropriate and inclusive to all. Once complete, each class timetable and Long Term Plan will be shown here on the website.
We have also re-drafted the schools Vision Statement which we hope encapsulates the school.
‘We provide a welcoming, friendly and safe environment, within a culture of mutual respect and acceptance, where everyone learns together to gain life skills, values and self-confidence to set them on the path to achieve their individual dreams and prepare for life as global citizens.’