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Years 5 & 6

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General Phase Information




    • Children will have banded spellings or phonics lessons in their year group.
    • Each week new spellings will be set and tested in a taught 30 minute session with a teacher or teaching assistant.
    • Although spelling will not be given as homework, children will be encouraged to take them home to practise the week’s spelling rule.


    • Lessons on Thursday will be taught by Premier Sports.
    • All lessons will require kit of shorts/joggers, plain blue T-shirt and trainers.
    • Incorrect kit will mean that your child does not take part in P.E. and will have to complete written work based on the activity.
    • All earrings should be removed, at home if your child cannot remove them unaided.
    • Hair is to be tied back.
    • All children will take part in P.E. lessons unless a signed note from the child’s parent/guardian is presented to the teacher.


    • The children are provided with all the equipment that is needed in school.
    • Your child may bring a named water bottle to school every day.

Ways to help your child at home

    • Times Table practice
    • Regular reading
    • Learning spellings
    • Ensuring homework is completed and handed in on time
    • Visits to library to research topics
    • Visit places of interest!
    • TALKING!
    • For more detailed ways in which you can support your child in their learning, please visit the numeracy & literacy pages of our website.

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