Monday's Year 5 maths session code will be displayed on the class stream page on Google C/room at 8.30am (18/01)
Hello, my treasures,
I hope you are all okay and keeping safe and well.
I have sent an email to your parents, via email, telling them my plans for the next few weeks. For this week, work will be on PM and on here.
A fun games meeting has been scheduled for Friday afternoon (13:30) with Mrs Willis. Please see https://www.ksmprimary.com/class-pages/ for joining details.
Please join no earlier than 10 minutes before the start time, for you may not be admitted. Many thanks.
I look forward to seeing you there!
Miss Hannigan has uploaded some R.E. work for this term to the school website in reverse date order (so the last piece of work is at the top).
You can find this work by clicking here.
Thank you for joining our Google Meet virtual meetings today. It was so lovely to see you all (and I think you all enjoyed seeing each other, too!).
Have a lovely weekend.
Google Meet virtual meetings are due to take place this Friday (08/01).
Year 6 at 11am
Year 5 at 2pm
Your meeting code will be visible on your Google Classroom stream page 30 minutes before the meeting is due to start.
For details on how to join a Google Meet, please find the instructions on our school website (https://www.ksmprimary.com/class-pages/).
Miss Greenslade has asked me to arrange a Google Meet (virtual meeting) with you all. Please could you all check you can log in to Google Classroom from home and email me if you have difficulties. (There is a help document on the school website to remind you how to log in: https://www.ksmprimary.com/class-pages/)
I will upload details of how to join a Google Meet meeting on to the school website on Thursday morning. I will arrange the meetings for Friday & will post the meeting codes on Friday morning.
I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible on Friday!
In Mrs Phelps' absence, I have set some work on Purple Mash for you to do each day this week:
I will also be setting an Ancient Greek Class Project on Google Classroom, so keep a look out for the big announcement!
Take care & stay safe,
The homework that is set will usually bear relevance to what has been taught and covered in class during the week, therefore helping to consolidate their learning.
Maths homework is distributed on a Thursday and due in the following Monday.
Year 6 receive English homework on Mondays, which is due in on Thursday.
We ask that all children read every night at home - at least 3 of these sessions are to an adult. It really benefits the children and helps them to develop their comprehension and vocabulary. Home Contact books/Reading Records are checked every Monday.
Spelling lessons are on Fridays. A new list of spellings are given out for the pupils to learn, ready for their test the following Friday.
Each year group are given a different set of spellings to learn, which fall in line with the National Curriculum spelling standards.