Year 5/6 2018 - 2019
Welcome to Year 5 & 6 Class Page.
Welcome to Y5/6 with Mrs Chadwick and Mrs Jones. This is our class page and you will find on our page what we are enjoying at school. You can catch up with all we are doing by clicking through our gallery or newsletters.
We are always keen for you to contact us with any concerns or queries, so please don’t hesitate to catch us before school to make an appointment if you need to. Alternatively, contact us via Class Dojo or via your child's planner.
Summer Term 2019
We are now into the final term of the school year and it's a busy one.
Coming up over the next twelve weeks, we are looking forward to a new topic finding out about the Mayan Civilisation, DT Challenge Week, Sports Days and much, much more!! In addition to all this, our Year 6 children also have a residential to Menai, visits to secondary schools, Bikeability and the Prom.
Our newsletter will be published during the first week back after Easter.
Spring term 2019
Thank you for all your hard work to make the Christmas production such a success.
We have alreadyhad a very busy time producing some amazing fruit-themed artwork for the hall and creating our Moving Toys in DT. This term, we'll be finding out all about Earthquakes and Mountains in our new topic called Shake It! Look out for information about a new theme day, Numbers Day, and we have a great World Book Day planned to recognise International Womens Day.
Air Raid Shelters and Stockport Story Museum Trip!
Please read all about our exciting day and view the photos in our galleries.
We safely evacuated a party of seventy nine evacuees and twelve adults from Poynton Station to the safety of the Stockport Air Raid Shelters. Dressed in an authentic costume, we travelled to Stockport on the train, leaving behind a tearful crowd of ‘anxious and upset’ parents fondly waving goodbye to their children.
To enhance our topic about World War Two, children from Years 5 and 6 took part in a ‘Day in the life of an Evacuee’ experience. The day was broken into two parts. The day started at the Stockport Story Museum where we took part in workshops to improve our chances of being selected by the billeting officer and families. Children learned how to be useful around the house, washing, ironing and darning socks, learning ‘make do and mend’ skills, how to exchange clothes and use ration coupons. In addition to this, we were shown how to safe during an air raid.
Following a typical 1940’s lunch, we visited the Air Raid Shelters. We experienced what it might be like to be one of the four thousand Stockport residents who would spend their evenings underground during World War Two. Their visit included singing popular wartime songs, visiting the medical areas, canteen and toilets.
The trip was truly memorable for all those who took part, as everyone remained in role throughout the day. The children were impeccably behaved, with comments from them including “I loved every minute!” and “This was the best day EVER!”
The children in our department have two PE lessons each week. PE is scheduled each Wednesday, and children will need their school PE T-Shirt, blue shorts and pumps in school that day. On Fridays, we have a Outdoor Games and children will need warm Games kit and trainers.
Maths and English Homework is issued each Friday and is expected to be handed in by the following Wednesday. Children are expected to read at home each day and record this in their planners/homework diaries. Spellings are issued and tested every Wednesday for all sets.
This term we are having fun learning about WW2 and investigating Earth and Space.
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