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Meet Our Mighty Falcons...

Hello and welcome to the Y5/6 Falcons family! We are very proud of the warm atmosphere we have in class and our new recruits fit right in - we are very pleased to be in the company of such a positive, friendly, upbeat group of children and predict a wonderful year ahead!

All the adults in Falcons work very hard to enable the children to be the very best they can possibly be - both academically and in terms of their wellbeing.  Mrs Bostock's and Ms Kearvell's expertise and knowledge is indispensable to us all, and we are joined by Mrs Edmunds this year - a welcome addition with her wealth of skills! 

Good communication and mutual support between home and school is at the heart of our practice in Falcons and valued highly. Parents, your children come first, so please get in touch if you have any questions or concerns, no matter how trivial these may seem - we are here to help and keep everyone as happy as we can!

With warmest wishes,

Mrs. Dawn El-Masri

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Maths Homework W/B 28.9.20

Dear All,

It's an online homework set this week. Please go onto MyMaths, start with the work set for your year group...BUT I have set everything for everyone, so you can move around and go over tricky things, or challenge yourself, as suits. I have also put some extra practise onto Mathletics if you would like it, but it's not compulsory.

Have fun!!

Miss K x

An extra pupil for hockey...

Well I know my PE lessons are legendary, but even I was surprised to see my rep had extended to the mini beast world. This beautiful, fluffy, vibrant caterpillar decided to hitch a ride on R’s hockey stick today - good job she noticed otherwise things may not have ended quite so well....

Maths Homework W/B 21.9.20

This week's homework is paper based. I have explained everything to the children but feel it may be an idea to post it here too!

We ask that the children look at the work before the weekend, so they can come and ask us about anything if they need to. 

There are a lot of questions, we do not expect all to be attempted! 30 minutes should be allocated for Maths homework and the children simply work hard to do what they can in this time (this does not include toilet breaks, pencil finding, testing and then sharpening, biscuit eating, playing with the dog/cat/rabbit/guinea pig/fish/snails, toilet visits, sudden interests in meaningful conversations that aren't homework related etc). Switching between the sets of questions may be necessary in order to find the most appropriate level of challenge, but make sure the last 2 or 3 questions are completed before doing so as these are the same level as the first few on the next section. Answers need to be clearly numbered and the section noted down (A, B or C). 

I think that's it, but do ask - it takes a while for us all to establish these new routines!

Have fun!

Miss K

This week's Maths Homework...

Key Stage 2 Concert

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