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St Mary's Bentworth

Church of England Primary School

Love, Respect, Belong

Lime

Welcome to Lime Class!

We are the Year 4's and 5's at St. Mary's Bentworth! 

We have 'The Golden Trio' of rules that we stick to in Lime - 'Be Kind', 'Work Hard' and 'Work as a Team'. 

We are really excited to be back at school and are already loving our learning!

 

 

Song words for Christmas

1 Come with us with words.wma

2 Mary and the angel with words.wma

3 O Little Town of Bethlehem.wma

6 One bright Star with words.wma

8 In a stable with words.wma

9 Come and worship with words.wma

Becoming CSI detectives to solve a terrible crime against flowers!

Europe Puzzles!

Playing 'nice or nasty' during our Place Value work!

Lime Acceptable Use Agreement

Our New Classroom!

                                2019-2020!
                                2019-2020!

End of Year Expectations

 

If you would like to work on the following things with your child over the Summer Holidays, it would really help them with their learning next year. More importantly, have fun and make memories as a family. This year may have been a different one but we are so proud of how all the children have coped both at home and in school. 

 

Year 5 Expectations

 

English

Complete the Silly Squad Reading Challenge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAvT_QI09VU

Reading skills:

TELL: Can your child tell you what they think will happen next?

RETRIEVE: Can your child retrieve information from the text if you ask questions?

INFER: Can your child use clues from the text (infer information) to say how someone is feeling or why something might happen?

Be secure with most of the spellings from the previous year groups 1-5 (See link to English page below to find year group spelling lists)

 

Maths

Rapid recall and application of all multiplication and division facts (12x12).

Telling the time both in analogue and digital to the nearest minute, including duration of time – how long until break time, how long do we have left of lunch etc.

Addition and subtraction of multiples of 10, 100 and 1,000 (e.g. 70 + 30 = 100,

300 + 400 = 700, 2000 + 6000 = 8000).

Doubles and halves of any number to 100 (e.g. double 60 = 120, half of 51 = 25.5).

Multiplying and dividing any number by 10 and 100 (e.g. 24 x 100 = 2,400, 45 ÷ 100 = 0.45, 3.4 x 10 = 34).

 

PSHE

Independence skills – what to do if you have forgotten something, what to do if you are stuck with your work, how to solve your own problems.

Ensure you have open discussions with your child around their online use (phone, social media, online gaming and messaging) with regular checks.

Regularly address e-safety points around the sharing of personal information and acceptable use.

 

Year 4 Expectations

 

English

Complete the Silly Squad Reading Challenge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAvT_QI09VU

Reading skills:

TELL: Can your child tell you what they think will happen next?

RETRIEVE: Can your child retrieve information from the text if you ask questions?

INFER: Can your child use clues from the text (infer information) to say how someone is feeling or why something might happen?

Be secure with most of the spellings from the previous year groups 1-4 (See link to English page below to find year group spelling lists)

 

Maths

Rapid recall and application of all multiplication and division facts (12x12).

Telling the time both in analogue and digital to the nearest minute, including duration of time – how long until break time, how long do we have left of lunch etc.

Addition and subtraction of multiples of 10 and 100 (e.g. 70 + 30 = 100, 400 + 600 = 1,000).

Double and halves of multiples of 10 to 100 (e.g. double 60 = 120, half 50 = 25).

Multiplying any two and three-digit number by 10 and 100 (e.g. 24 x 100 = 2,400).

 

PSHE

Independence skills – what to do if you have forgotten something, what to do if you are stuck with your work, how to solve your own problems.

Ensure you have open discussions with your child around their online use (phone, social media, online gaming and messaging) with regular checks.

Regularly address e-safety points around the sharing of personal information and acceptable use.

 

Home Learning

Mental Health Awareness

Here are some useful links and information about a range of online resources that you may be asked to use by teachers as part of the home learning, or you might choose to use to extend in self-directed learning.

Twinkl

In light of proposed school closures, Twinkl is offering free premium accounts for schools and parents. When registering for the account use the discount code CVDTWINKLHELPS which will entitle you to a free months access to the resources on the site. Twinkl has a range of ready-made and downloadable resources. They have also put together School Closure packs for each year group which could be downloaded and printed as required.

Go Noodle

GoNoodle is a series of web-based videos, games and activities focused on introducing short bursts of physical exercise. This includes guided dance, fitness workouts, yoga and mindfulness videos.

This is a free resource to use, and if choosing to sign up, children can collect points as they complete tasks to evolve their own GoNoodle champions.

The School Run

The School Run is a website which has great English, Maths and Science advice for parents. It has great videos which explain strategies and concepts that teachers may ask children to work on as part of their home learning. You can also sign up for worksheets and activities for each year group.

Autodraw

An online art resource developed by google, autodraw uses AI to guess what is being drawn and give options to replace with pre-loaded designs that can be adapted by children. This can be used to create digital illustrations.

Topmarks

Topmarks is a collection of online learning games. We often use a range of these games to consolidate learning in class, especially in Maths. Games can be filtered by age or theme for pupils to extend or consolidate learning that has been set by teachers. Hit the Button is also part of this website.

Times Tables Rock Stars

The children already have their logins to this website as it is used as part of our weekly homework. This allows children to test their times tables speed and accuracy across a range of different levels as they work to become a times tables rock star!

Calshot 2020 Meeting

Who were they - Vikings and Anglo-Saxons?

This half term Lime Class are exploring the history of the Vikings and Anglo-Saxons. Our historical topic will allow the children to experience Viking and Anglo-Saxon life as it would have been through activities which promote historical understanding, teamwork and problem solving. The children will learn about the Vikings and Anglo-Saxons, about different aspects of their lives and the fact that they didn’t always win.

 

We will be holding a historical museum on Friday 14th February at 3pm to showcase all of the wonderful work completed this half term.

We hope to see you there!

Suffragettes

Coding Workshop

Harry Potter Cupcakes!

Fantastic Beasts!

2018-2019!

2018-2019!

DT/ Music/ Science - Designing and making our own musical instruments

Maths - place value posters

The Learning Pit - our class resilience motto

English - our own front covers for our stories, based on 'Journey' by Aaron Becker

English - 'Hot seating' the girl from Journey by Aaron Becker

Topic - 'What is the power of Mother Nature?'

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My children feel so safe and happy here. They are keen to go to school every day

Parent - July 2018

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The school teaches really important life skills through the resilience work- understanding failure is a learning opportunity, not a catastrophe

Parent - July 2018

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Communication is excellent- I always know the door is open

Parent - July 2018

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The staff show an exceptional level of commitment to the school

Parent - July 2018

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You are passionate about children being at the heart of everything you do

Parent - July 2018

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94% of our pupils said that 'Teaching is good all the time'

Pupil Survey - July 2018

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