Sambourne Road, Warminster, Wiltshire BA12 8LF

01985 212458

Sambourne CE VC Primary School

Learn to Love - Love to Learn

Welcome to Sparrow Class

We are a mixed-age class of Year 4 and Year 5 pupils. On this page you will find information about our curriculum, the year group expectations, our class timetable and celebration assemblies for the year along with photos of us learning.

Timetable

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Curriculum Overview

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File:PDF file icon.svg - Wikimedia Commons Please click here to access the slides from our 'Meet the Teachers' session.

Home Learning

Due to be completed by: Thursday 16th June

Reading: Read at least 4 times a week to earn your Reading Champion stamps and certificates

Maths: Sign into IXL and spend at least 30 minutes looking at:

Y4 - This week we have been learning about decimals so have a go at section FF on IXL.

Y5 - This week we have been learning about fractions so have a go at section AA.

Spellings: Sign into Spelling Shed to see your assigned spellings. You should also have a hard copy to take home.

You will be tested on these next Thursday.

News

For Terms 5 and 6, our topic will be 'Brilliant Britain.'

Sparrow Class Curriculum Overview is being written and will be uploaded by the end of the week.

Learning from Home

If your child has Covid but is feeling well, here are some activities they can choose from until they are back in school:

Reading: Children can spend time reading a book each day and record this in their Reading Journals. When they get back to school, this will count towards their Reading Champion stamps and certificates. 

Click here for some reading texts and comprehension questions about the Mayan Creation Story. There are three difficulty levels to choose from and the answers are included as well.

IXL Maths: Sign in to IXL and have a go at some of the sections and activities that have not yet been tried. Or have another go at some activities where they think they can improve their achievements.

IXL English: Sign in to IXL and look at the Grammar and Punctuation activities for their year group. Choose some of these to try.

Spelling Shed: Sign into Spelling Shed and play some games to practise their assigned spellings as well as any previous spellings which may appear.

Times Tables Rockstars: Knowing all the times tables up to 12 x 12 greatly helps in other areas of maths. Sign into Times Tables Rockstars and see if they can improve the speed at which they can recall any of the times tables.

Topic: We are learning about 'The UK' in class. Two activities which could be tried are: Designing your Own Island and  Our County Symbols (click on the italicised words for the links).

Term 6:

Term 5:

Term 4:

Term 3:

Sparrow Class have made a great start to the term, thinking about what they already know about the Mayan Civilisation and what they would like to find out throughout the topic.

They came up with some great questions such as:

When were they around? Are they still around?

Where did they live?

What did they eat?

As well as some more practical questions about what they used for a toilet and where their babies were born.

We look forward to working together to discover more about this ancient civilisation.

Term 2:

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 The children were greeted with a message from a famous film star: Yoda!

He left them with the message; 'The future, how much we can predict?'

They started to think about things they can predict in life and things they cannot.

Although they decided that they could predict that they would eat cake on their birthdays, they reflected that no-one would be able to predict breaking a leg!