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Welcome to Voyager Class!

It has been wonderful to welcome our new Year 5 pupils alongside Sir Elton and Big Eye Bob (pictured above.) We are really looking forward to an exciting year together...

Our lovely Voyagers receive many visitors during their school day. In the morning learning for Year 5 takes place alongside some Year 4 children while the Year 6s are taught by Miss Burn in a separate room. In the afternoon Years 5 and 6 learn together. The atmosphere in both rooms is friendly and focussed, we help one another on our learning journey and do our very best to adopt a positive attitude, believing that mistakes help us learn.

Please find the attached class letter and timetable which outline our routines and expectations. We believe strongly in partnership between home and school because children are happier and learn best in this way, so please do get in touch if anything is unclear, or if any issues arise - we will always do our best to help.

With warmest wishes,

Sophie Kerr, Julia Burn, Jane Kearvell, Lyn Bostock and Rachel Deegan

Class events

Fri 17 Jul

End of term

See the full diary...

Forest School

Mrs Rae has put together a lovely video of our Year 6s enjoying Forest School, which explains why we feel it is so important. You can see the video here. 

Work for Week Beginning 22.6.20

Hello My Dears, I hope you are all doing ok and hanging on in there.

We've got a little treateroo or two for you this week - a bit of baking and another phenomenal video (tee tee!) The usual spelling and reading are on Reading Eggspress, plus Maths skills on Mathletics. Please send pics of your bakes, your tunnel story, your scientific evidence and your geography tag lines...quite a lot to keep you busy and out of trouble!

It's supposed to be a sunny week, so make sure you get outside and enjoy that too!

Lots of love,

Missy K xx

Sick Sentences, Tunnel Endings and Scientific Classification...it's all happening here!! 

Super work as always peeps - well done for keeping it all going, I know it's not always easy xxx

Work for Week Beginning 15.6.20

Hello all!

This week's work is being presented to you in both PDF and PowerPoint. The reason for this is that I have made voice over (hilarious I know) - this only works in PowerPoint in presentation mode. 

There are a maths few worksheets and things, so make sure you pick the right ones to go with the right lessons. It should be obvious as you go through. Skills work is through White Rose this week, and most of the worksheets are associated with that, so once you're worked out which you need it won't seem like so much.

I would love you to send me pictures of your classification keys, your 'sick' sentence cures and your picture of what you think is at the end of the tunnel. I don't need you to send me anything other than that, but please keep your geography list for next week.

We have a new writing focus, it's called 'The Never Ending Tunnel' and requires you to use your imagination! I've put some spelling and a reading comprehension task onto Reading Eggspress for you.

That's it really - remember there's computing and PSHE from Mrs Fairhurst and Mrs Mills.

Urban or Rural?
Your conclusions...

Hello all!

Thanks for your Geography investigations...yet again, the care and thought you are putting in is beyond impressive. You have provided high quality, factual evidence, and justified your opinions. Your presentations have revealed that overall it's hard to decide!! We all agree that Brize Norton itself is rural. However, the surrounding areas could be considered urban, depending on the statistics or definitions you have used. So, the official conclusion is that it's a bit of both - I'm not sure if that's the correct geographical term but it works for me!

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