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Ward - Year 5/6

Welcome to Ward Class!

 

Saint Margaret Ward, also known as the "Pearl of Tyburn", was an English Catholic martyr who was executed during the reign of Elizabeth I for assisting a priest to escape from prison. She was canonised in 1970, as one of thForty Martyrs of England and Wales.

 

In Ward Class we have the following members of staff:

 

Mrs Tomsett, Class Teacher

Mrs Duncan-Jamieson, Teaching Assistant

Miss Cookson, HLTA

 

Welcome back to the new academic year!

 

Things are going to be different in school whilst we all work together readjusting back to new school routines, but it will certainly be just as fun, and we are going to be learning as much as ever! laugh This is just a quick note to let you know some of the things that are happening in the autumn term in our class. 

 

Our PE day is now on a Wednesday with South Ribble coaches. Please ensure full PE Kits are in school on this day.

 

The homework given each week will consist of: 15 spellings, times tables (TT Rockstars) and reading. In addition, sometimes topic related homework may be given.

There is a Homework section on our class page that can be accessed to remind children of their homework and they will also be set 2-Do's on Purple Mash sometimes.

Spellings given may consist of words from the statutory year 5/6 spelling list, topic words and words that are commonly spelt incorrectly by children in class.

On our class page also will be a page for Home Learning. In the event our class goes into a lockdown, or your child is self-isolating and needs to work from home, learning materials can be accessed through the class page which they all know how to access. If you would like further information about this, there is a "Parent Information" page as well with supporting documents.

 

Joining us in Ward class this year is Mrs Kerfoot. Miss Cookson will also be in class on a Monday morning and will teach the children on a Wednesday afternoon.

 

If you have any questions, please contact me at school or on our Class Dojo page.

 

Thank you for your support,

 

Mrs Tomsett

Remembrance Day

The Royal British Legion are asking children to decorate a poppy and display it in their window at home to honour the ex service men and women. Similar to the NHS Rainbows, you can display this in your window as a sign of respect. 
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