Hi, welcome to our fantastic class page. This term our topic is South Downs Explorers. We are looking at the local area and the way in which land is used and exploited by humans- as well as studying the weather and comparing our climate to other more extreme environments. Our class story is Stormbreaker by Anthony Horowitz, which is giving us inspiration for much our English work; studying Landscapes and perspective in Art; Coding and writing programs for entertainment in Computing; Electricity and Light in Science and learning about Orienteering in outdoor PE. In RE we are learning about The People of God and what Christians believe it means if God is holy and loving. In PSHE we are working on being Heartsmart. and beginning to prepare for transitions. In Music we are creating a range of compositions using both tuned and untuned percussion. In Maths we will be focusing on the key areas of Fractions, Decimals and Percentages, Measurement and Ratio in the first half term- before moving onto Algebra and Geometry in the second half term. Throughout the term we will be solving Geometry problems and looking at statistical data in our daily Problem Solving sessions (half an hour after lunch). Please check the document below for the key objectives that the children will be working on.
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Year 6 Homework- Easter Holiday
All Year 6 to complete the next 5 pages in EACH homework book.
Year 6 Homework 15.3.19
Grammar book up to page 19
Bring all books in on Tuesday 19th March
Autumn Term Homework Project
As well as doing daily spelling checks, practising times tables and reading aloud for 10 minutes we have created a chance for children to get really creative. This half term the children have a Science project to complete...
Year 6 Homework- Friday May 4th
Maths Book Pages 35-38
GPS Book Pages 18-21
Please return books by Thursday 10th May
Homework for Year 5 and 6 Friday 20th April-
To start our Summer term topic of Technological Change in the 20th Century we have asked the children to find any artefact in their house from the 20th century- it could be anything such as a telephone, television, Walkman or something far older related to the First or Second World War. The only rule is it had to have been used between 1900 and 2000!
Silver Birch invites Senior Citizens For Tea!
If you are over 60 and living in the area, Binsted CE Primary School Years 5 and 6 would love you to join in a celebration of village life and of the work the children have done this year in class.
There will be Music, Dancing and most importantly BISCUITS!
Please come and join us from 2pm in the school hall on Friday 8th December.