Pine Class

Our teachers are Mr Ward and Mr Newton

Welcome To Our Class

Welcome to ‘Team Pine!’ Pine is an amazing class to be part of. We have lots of exciting and new things to learn over the year. We are a respectful, caring and hard-working class, who take pride in our work and have lots of fun!

Organisational Information

DayHomework PEReadingOther
Monday Read at home. Sign diary.

Read at home.
Bring in your reading diary and AR book daily.

Water bottle.
Tuesday
Read at home. Sign diary.

Read at home.
Bring in your reading diary and AR book daily.

Water bottle .
WednesdayRead at home. Sign diary.

Read at home.
Bring in your reading diary and AR book daily.

Water bottle
ThursdayRead at home. Sign diary.
Bring in CGP book.

Read at home.
Bring in your reading diary and AR book daily.

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

Key Dates For Our Class This Term

Week CommencingThemes and events
19.02.24History theme
Thursday 22nd: The Great Project
26.02.24RE theme
Thursday 29th: The Great Project
04.03.24History theme
Friday 8th: Bike ability
11.03.24Science theme
Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th: Bikeability
18.03.24DT Theme
25.03.24DT theme

Spring Term

Topic: Long, Long Ago: Time Travelling

Our theme of Long, Long Ago continues this half term and the children are excited to learn more about the civil war.

Week 1 – History: English Civil War

I will use a range of sources to explore the three sieges of Newark.

I will answer historically valid questions to understand the three sieges of Newark.

I will make connections overtime to develop my understanding of the three sieges of Newark.

Week 2 – RE: Christianity

I can discuss why religious believers put value on specific artefacts and images.

I know key information and understand specific vocabulary about Christianity.

I can represent key information and specific vocabulary that shows understanding about Christianity.

Week 3 – History: English Civil War

I will use a range of sources to understand how Charles II became king.

I will use a range of sources understand the changes Charles II made in Britain.

I will make connections overtime to compare the restoration period to today.

Week 4 – Science:

I will know the impact of resistance on moving objects.

I will know the impact of levers on lifting objects. 

I will know the impact of pulleys on lifting objects. 

Week 5 and 6 – DT: sewing

I, the technologist, will research hats worn by the cavaliers and roundheads during the Civil War era.

I, the technologist, will design a hat worn during the Civil War era that meets a design brief.

I, the technologist, will measure fabric accurately.

I, the technologist, will use templates, Tailor’s chalk and fabric scissors to accurately cut out fabric.

I, the technologist, will use a running stitch to join pieces of fabric together.

I, the technologist, will make a hat worn during the Civil War era that meets a design brief.

I, the technologist, will evaluate how successful the hat was that would be worn during the Civil War era.

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