Micklands Primary School

Micklands Primary School

Micklands Primary School

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Oak Class

"Pupils at Micklands make at least good progress from their starting points throughout the school across subjects. Most pupils make accelerated progress in most year groups".

Ofsted Inspection Report, 2015

 

 

 

Welcome to Miss Smith's Class

 

 

Welcome to Oak Class.

 

Additional information to follow shortly regarding this term's topic.

 

Useful Information:

Literature Spine for Year 5

Literature Spine for Year 6

Handwriting and Spelling workshop information

KS2 SATs Powerpoint

Age Restrictions for Social Media Platforms

 

Support: We are supported as a class in the mornings by Mrs Gadd.

P.E. is on Tuesdays and Fridays. However, you should have your P.E. kit in school every day.

Homework is given out on Wednesdays and should be returned by the following Monday. Each week there will be English / Topic / Science homework, maths homework and spelling homework.

Reading is of paramount importance and should be practised at home at least 5 times a week. Reading should be recorded in reading records, which should be returned weekly on Mondays. Attached below are the Y5 and Y6 Reading Lists which provide you with suggestions for high quality books which should appeal to children in Year  6.

 

PDF icon Year 5 Key Objectives - Maths
PDF icon Year 6 Key Objectives - Maths
PDF icon Year 5 Statutory Spellings
PDF icon Year 6 Statutory Spellings
PDF icon Year 5 Reading List
PDF icon Year 6 Reading List