Welcome to Willow Class!
On this page, you will find information about the curriculum, what we get up to in class, photos and much more!
Class Teacher - Mr Ackland
Teaching Assistant - Mrs Morgan Tranter
Mrs Tucker will be teaching the class on a Wednesday and a Thursday afternoon.
Should you wish to contact me about your child, please catch me during drop off and pick up, or do so via my email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to all of those parents who were able to attend our Y5 Willow class 'Meet the Teacher' meeting on Thursday 15th September. I hope you found the information useful. If you missed the meeting but would like any more information, please speak to me and I will try and provide you with a quick summary of the points covered.
At the beginning of each spelling unit, a note will come home in Reading diaries which will state the spelling rule being focussed on in school as well as a word bank that supports children to practise using the rule. Children will be expected to complete additional research to build their word bank and further their understaning of the rule. At the end of each 'unit' we will then have a spelling challenge where children will be asked to apply their knowledge. (These spelling challenges will not always take place on the same day as some units will be longeror shorter than others.)
Braeside is our Y6 residential visit. It is usually around the 1st week of October each year. The slideshow here was used last year during the Y6 Braeside meeting and is for your reference.
Due to the costs involved - currently predicted to be around £350-£400 for the week (this includes travel, accommodation, food and all activites and instructor costs). We have set up the option of beginning to pay for this in installments via the school money platform. It will appear as a payment option and is up to parents if they choose to use this payment plan, or if they wish to pay in a lump sum. If you have any questions, please speak to Mrs Hyde in the school office.
This term our topic is Ancient Egypt.
Did you know that most pryamids were built as tombs? Over 130 pyramids have been discovered in Egypt.
There's so much more to find out!
To view our curriculum document for this term which lists all of the things we will be learning, just follow the 'Curriculum' link for the Autumn term.
Class Gallery and Latest News:
For the latest photos and to see what we have been up to in our learning- See the term buttons.