Welcome to Class 5 – Beech Tree Class
Who are the staff in Beech Tree Class?
Mr Spiers – Teacher
Mrs Chapman – Teaching Assistant
Beech-Tree-Timetable-Term-1.doc (31 downloads)
The timetable is quite flexible, afternoon lessons such as our history and geography topics, science, art and R.E. can move round depending on the activity, but English, maths and guided reading will be taught daily.
Our second topic, Alchemy Island, is a science-based topic with a focus on materials and their properties, reversible and irreversible changes and states of matter. The Christmas term is always very busy, as the children will also be creating a 3D piece for the St Nicholas parade, visiting the pantomime and preparing for our carol concert. Please see the newsletter or school calendar to keep up to date with all the exciting events.
Newsletter-2017.pdf (6 downloads)
Curriculum-Map-2017.pdf (6 downloads)
Homework-2017.pdf (7 downloads)
Our first topic is ‘Peasants, Princes and Pestilence’, looking at life in the middle ages in our country. For more information, have a look at our;
Newsletter-Term-1.pdf (19 downloads)
Curriculum-Map.pdf (22 downloads)
and ideas for
Homework-Term-1.pdf (28 downloads)
Here’s a long term curriculum map;
Curriculum-overview.pdf (8 downloads)
This year we’ll be doing the topics; ‘Peasants, Princes and Pestilence, Alchemy Island, Stargazers, Scream Machine and Allotments’.
Are you a member of year 5 this coming year? Here’s some websites with great activities that you could use over the summer holidays to help get you ready for next year;
(you may need your mymaths log in details)
What are the behaviour expectations in Beech Tree Class?
In Beech Tree class we follow the 5 B’s.
Be Kind and gentle
Be the best you can
In PSHE we have been thinking about feelings and emotions and how these impact on our behaviour. We have been using The Zones of Regulation to describe and discuss our emotions. Please follow the links for more information.
Reproducible-A.pdf (120 downloads)
Reproducible-B.pdf (117 downloads)
Reproducible-E.pdf (102 downloads)
http://www.mathsisfun.com/numbers/estimation-game.php– a fantastic collection of games to help improve estimation skills
http://www.mathsisfun.com/games/index.html– some of these games promote reasoning and strategy. Make sure you practice ‘4 in a row’ lots, Mr Spiers has never been beaten at this game!
http://www.mathplayground.com/logicgames.html– further logic games. ‘Trap the mouse’ is particularly recommended.