St Mary's C.E. Primary School

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Maple

This is Maple class's web page. Our teacher is Miss Stell. Our web page shows what we are learning, class news and some useful links. Please feel free to come and see me during the week my door is always open, or you may wish to contact me via the school email. 

 

If you would like to follow our school on twitter then use the following link: @stmarysyatepri 

Dates 

 In class, we are learning...

Cross-Curricular Theme

 

 

 Computing Term 5 

'Impact on technology'

Can I evaluate the impact websites have on their audience?

Can I say how to find out who information belongs to on a website? 

Can I say some ways to evaluate the reliability of websites? 

Can I share an understanding about intellectual property and copyright? 

Can I say how websites are designed? 

 

 

 

 

 

Religious Education

 

 

   

 Literacy wk commencing 24th April 

 We are focusing on the text 'Pig Heart Boy'. 

This week we will be looking at using a variety of parenthesis, varying our sentence structure, using connectives, writing from a point of view and creating a balanced argument. 

 

 Numeracy

 We are looking at calculation: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division including with decimals and fractions. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 PE days

Please can children have correct Pe kit in school forTuesday and Thursday. White t-shirt, blue or black shorts and appropriate footwear for both indoor and outdoor PE.  I am more than happy for children to wear jogging bottoms for outdoor PE when it is cold, but please can these be dark and plain.

Children will need to tie their hair back and ALL jewelery must be removed (earrings may be covered with tape)

 

Homework: 

 

         
 

Spellings

 

This week the spelling rule for Miss Stell's set is:

 

Prefixes in- and re- 

reappear, invisible, incoherent etc

 

 This week the spelling rule for Mr Moon's and Mr Ridd's set is:

 

This week (Jan 2017) the spelling rule for Mr Moon's and Mr Ridd's set is:

Words ending –able or –ible (-ibly/-ably)

For example:

possibly, incredibly, comfortable, capable, possible, terrible, horrible, workable

As a general rule, words that are complete words already add 'able': comfort --> comfortable

whereas words that are incomplete add 'ible' : poss ---> possible

       
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Acceptable

Accidently

Accommodate

Acquire

Apparent

Argument

Believe

Category

Changeable 

. Create a role play representing two characters

Can I recognise percentages and write them as fractions? 

Can I measure and draw angles? 

If you would like to follow our school on twitter then use the following link: @stmarysyatepri