Meet the teacher: Miss Stickley.
I have been teaching for twenty one years. Seventeen of these have been at Chacombe School. I teach Year 5 and 6 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and Mrs Haig will teach Golden Eagles on a Friday.
I have an almost 6 year old daughter who keeps me on my toes.
I enjoy being outdoors, animals and the natural world, broadening my general knowledge, reading and watching football.
- We now do whole class guided reading where specific reading skills are taught , our topics each term are all led by a novel. Reading at home- aim for 5 reads a week. Recorded in reading diary. Need to let myself or Mrs Webb know if they need to change their book.
- spelling rules and patterns taught three times a week. Spellings will be sent home each week that have been taught in class for the children to practice and learn.
PE, Dance, Gym
Thursday morning: Indoor PE kit. Games will be Tuesday afternoon. Warm clothing and trainers for outside. In a carrier bag as they may get muddy. This term is Football. Swimming now not until summer term.
keep in P.E bag, old adult t-shirt or shirt.
house points for hard work and good behaviour. House captains and vice captains. Monitors. School council and JRSO. Monitor responsibilities. Healthy snack for break (fruit or cereal bar) and tuck shop on Tuesday approximately 50p.
Whitemoor lakes for Year Six
Mon 20th – Wed 22nd before May half term. If any spaces not taken up then will be offered to Year 5’s. Letter to follow shortly.
Can be used to access School and Class information pages. Use your child’s log in details.
New National Curriculum implemented by government (4 years ago year) school has adopted this. Change in topics. Raise in expectations. Expectation that time’s tables are learnt by end of year 4. More focus in Maths on fractions and decimals. Moving back to traditional methods of long multiplication and division. Topic for this term linked to Space - book called The Jamie Drake Equation.
Given out on Thursday and to be handed in on Thursday.
Reading: Golden Eagles should be reading every day. Can be to an adult or can be to themselves approx two pages dependent on text. Write in own diary; adult just initials it. Reading Rainforest.
Spellings: to learn weekly . Test on Monday
Literacy or numeracy activity weekly
Revision exercises for Year Six in Spring Term.
Topic challenge once per half term.