Homework links will be added to each class blog on a Tuesday and removed on the following Monday

 

Reception Class

 

Class Two  

Lots of exciting things have been happening in Class 2. We are enjoying learning about where we live and our walk around St Marychurch helped us to learn new vocabulary to use in our postcard writing. We are coming to the end of our unit of instructions writing and we cant wait to read each other's inventive versions! 

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Class Four

This week we will be continuing to learn our persuasive writing about chocolate in English. We will be using this to plan and write a piece of persuasive writing about the benefits of playing outside instead of on video games. In Maths we will be applying our learning from the past two weeks to two step problems and looking at how we can use the inverse to check our answers. 

In RE we will be focusing on sacraments, particularly on vocations and what it means to be called to do a job. In topic we will be labelling the seas around the UK and major rivers in the UK. We will be considering how the Romans travelled to Britain and where they settled.

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Class Six 

This week in class 6, we will be finishing our Topic 'All About Me'. The children will be completing formal letters to the local council about a suggestion which they have for the local area. In Maths, we will be using the bar model as a tool to help us to solve multi-step problems. In Literacy, we will be looking at a variety of different ways to start a sentence and how we engage a reader.  It is our final week of hockey in PE and the children will be competing in a mini tournament.

 

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Class One 

 Class Three

 

This week in Class 3 we will continuing our English sequence looking at persuasive writing. The children have learnt one text and will now use these newly found techniques to start to write their own persuasive letter.

In Maths, the children will be continuing addition and subtraction. The children will be investigating strategies to mentally add and subtract numbers. The children will then move onto written methods of both addition and subtraction

In RE, we will be beginning our unit of Prayers, Saints and Feasts. The children will be learning about forgiveness and the life of Saints such as St Francis of Assisi.

We are having a big push on reading this year at Priory. The children have been sent home with a reading book and blue reading journal. We would appreciate it if your child was sent in everyday with their reading record and reading book. Please could you just make a quick note in the reading journal every time you read with your child. The more regularly this happens the quicker your child will progress with their reading.

Homework will be collected on Monday every week and set on a Tuesday afternoon. We ask you to make every effort to give your child the opportunity to complete it.

PE will be on Mondays and Thursdays this year, please ensure your child is sent in with full PE kit.

Things you can do at home to help your child

· Read regularly with your child, asking questions about what they have read.

· Practice the times tables (2 ,3, 4 ,5 and 10s) with your child, greater fluency will significantly improve your child’s Maths.

· Encourage your child to practice their writing whenever possible.

If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Mr Wood (twood@priory-primary.torbay.sch.uk)

 

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Class Five

English:

In English this week, we will continue to familiarise ourselves with the book 'Shackleton's Journey' and in particular the grammar devices that are used. We will be improving our sentence starters to engage the reader, recognising, using and writing relative clauses using the correct punctuation and we also be using brackets to add further information to our writing. 

Maths:

In Maths we will be using our reasoning to explain how we know that calculations are incorrect and using the inverse to check and prove that calculations are incorrect. Later in the week, we will move on to using rounding to estimate an answer to calculation and also using it as another tool to check the accuracy of calculations. 

RE:

This week's focus in RE will be based on the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca. The children will learn about the journey that people take and will create an information leaflet based on the pilgrimage

Topic:

This week, the children will learn about Sir Francis Drake as a significant British individual. They will be gathering information to use after Half Term as part of their innovate and invent writing for English.

 

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