Jaguar Class

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Mr G Hughes
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Y5&6 Dodgeball competition

DODGEBALL CHAMPIONS 2023/2024!

Congratulations to our dodgeball squad of 8 pupils in Y5&6 who finished in 1st place in a tournament at Corbet School this morning. After winning all of their group games and their semi-final, they defeated Ruyton XI Towns in the final. Well done everybody. You showed great team spirit, confidence and skill on your way to winning the trophy!

 

 


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CLASS DETAILS

Class Teacher: Mr G Hughes

Teaching Assistants: Mrs G Harris (Mondays to Thursdays)

PE / Sports Coach: Mr Neil Prescott (Wednesdays and Fridays)

LINKS THAT WILL SUPPORT YOUR CHILD’S LEARNING:

https://www.spellingshed.com/en-gb/
https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
https://myminimaths.co.uk/
https://wowscience.co.uk/
https://wordwall.net/en-gb/community/times-tables
https://wordwall.net/en-gb/community/spag

*Please encourage your child to practise their times tables regularly at home using some of the above online learning support.

        Welcome to Y5&6. We are called the ‘Jaguar’ class. As the oldest class in the school, the pupils require the need to have a strong responsibility to demonstrate a fantastic work and behaviour ethic to set a good example for the younger pupils at the school. For the Year 6s, as this year is their final year at primary school, all of their learning in the classroom shall be building towards their end of KS2 SATs assessments, which take place in the Summer term. The Year 5s have the amazing opportunity to observe the experiences and learning that the Y6s have in preparation for when they are in Year 6 next year.

       As part of being in Jaguar class, the Y6 children have many roles to play around the school including sports leaders, delivering celebration assemblies, library monitors and school / eco councillors. This helps the children to show leadership skills, being more responsible and independent, and to give them further confidence at speaking in front of others. This will help to prepare the children for when they move onto secondary school in Year 7.

       A reading and maths homework is given to the children on a Friday (reading / maths) and is expected to be returned by the following Wednesday. It is vital that pupils complete these (with increasing independence) as it helps them to practise their comprehension skills and consolidate their maths understanding from what they’ve been learning in the classroom. Pupils are encouraged to read at home regularly and to bring their reading journals back to school on a Friday so that we can see how hard the children have been working at home on their reading.

       PE shall be taught on a Wednesday morning and on a Friday afternoon, when the sports coach, Neil Prescott, will be delivering these lessons. Therefore, children can wear their PE kits to school on these days.

      Music lessons shall be on a Tuesday morning afternoon. Mr Glover shall be teaching the class their Art / Design & Technology on a Thursday afternoon too.

Jaguar class timetable 2023-2024

STARS OF THE WEEK (MYDDLE MAGIC MERITS) SO FAR IN 2023-2024

Year 5 – Rowan, William and Mia

Year 6 – Charlie, Sarah and Dexter

SPORTS REPRESENTATIVES IN Y5&6 (2023-2024)

Myddle School Sport Events 2023-2024

Kind regards

Mr G Hughes

 

 

 

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Y5&6 Spring Term 2 – Week 2 – Spellings

Y5 – Homophones

grate / great (Grate the cheese) (This is great!)

groan / grown (I heard a groan) (I have grown a lot)

brake / break (I had to brake on my bike). (It’s time for a break)

berry / bury (I tasted a berry.) (We had to bury the bird)

here / hear (It’s over here.) (I can’t hear you.)

 

Y6 – Suffix ‘ous’ ‘ture’

disastrous     conscious     mischievous       fabulous       poisonous      adventure   creature         temperature      departure       furniture

 

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