Pine

Our teachers are Mrs Roche and Mrs Hibberd.

Organisational Information

DayHomework PEReadingOther
Monday Read at home. Sign diary HR for home read.

Read at home.
Bring in your reading diary and AR book daily.
DIARY CHECK
Mrs Roche in class.
Water bottle.
Tuesday
Read at home. Sign diary HR for home read.
Y5 children to bring swimming kit to school.
Read at home.
Bring in your reading diary and AR book daily.
Mrs Roche in class.
Water bottle .
WednesdayRead at home. Sign diary HR for home read.

Read at home.
Bring in your reading diary and AR book daily.
Mrs Roche in class.
Water bottle
ThursdayRead at home. Sign diary HR for home read.
Bring in CGP book.

Read at home.
Bring in your reading diary and AR book daily.
Mrs Hibberd in class.
Water bottle .
FridayHomework set:
– SPaG – Century.
– Maths – CGP book.
– Reading – Accelerated Reader throughout the week.
Wear PE Kit to
school.
Read at home.
Bring in your reading diary and AR book daily.
Weekly reads will be checked and counted.
Mrs Hibberd in class.
Water bottle

Key Dates For Our Class This Term

Week CommencingThemes and events
18th AprilBank Holiday Monday
Geography theme
25th AprilRE theme
2nd MayBank Holiday Monday
Geography theme
9th MaySATS Week
Geography theme
16th MayScience
23rd May R.E theme
Term ends on Thursday 26th May

Welcome To Our Class

Welcome to ‘Team Pine!’ We are a caring class who support one another. We work hard to achieve our goals and have lots of fun along the way. It will be a very busy year, with lots of challenges, but we are very excited! Here you will find information regarding what we do and any key information.

Summer Term Topic: Is this a wonderful world?

This term the whole school will considering the challenges that our planet and the living things on it face. We will be looking at the amazing work that geographers, scientists and religious leaders and charities do to help us protect our planet and make it a positive place to live.

Week 1 – Geography

What impact does water have on a location?

To describe how locations around the world are changing and explain some of the reasons for this.

Week 2 – RE

How do religions and beliefs respond to global issues of human rights, fairness, social justice and the importance of the environment?

To discover and explore what (e.g.) Muslims, Humanists, Hindus and Christians teach about how we can all live together for the wellbeing of each other, including ideas like Ahimsa (Hindu), Ummah (Muslim) and Agape (Christian).

To discover and explore the teaching and practice of different religions in looking after the planet and caring for the earth and all its creatures.

Week 3 – Geography

What impact does water have on a location?

To name and locate many of the world’s major rivers on maps.

To describe and understand key aspects of physical geography; rivers and the water cycle.

To explain why people are attracted to live by rivers. 

To explain why many cities in the world are situated by rivers.

To describe how physical features affect the trade and economy of a place.

Week 4 – Geography

What impact does water have on a location?

To identify and describe how physical features affect human activity within a location.

To decide how to present findings.

Week 5 – Science

How are animals and plants adapted to suit their surroundings?

To recognise that living things produce offspring of the same kind.

To recognise that normally offspring vary and are not identical to their parents.

To identify how animals are adapted to suit their environment in different ways.

To recognise that living things have changed over time.

To identify how plants are adapted to suit their environment in different ways.

To recognise that fossils provide information about living things that inhabited the Earth millions of years ago.

Week 6 – RE

How do religions and beliefs respond to global issues of human rights, fairness, social justice and the importance of the environment?

To apply their ideas about justice and fairness to the work of various development charities such as Christian Aid, CAFOD, Muslim Hands, Islamic Relief, Sewa International and Save the Children.

To write persuasively about the reasons why members of different religions and beliefs try to help people who are vulnerable (e.g. victims of natural disasters, people who live with disabilities or people affected by war.

To consider and explain similarities and differences between the work of different charities.

E-safety

  • Thinkyouknow (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online)
  • Internet matters (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • Parent info (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • LGfL (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • Net-aware (support for parents and carers from the NSPCC)

Homework Attendance School Calendar School council