Providing an attachment friendly community which fosters warmth with high boundaries so that all can achieve to their full potential.
Welcome to Omega. We are a Year 5/6 class of 9 boys and 2 girls, most of whom will be completing SATs in May. Our class teachers are Miss Gee and Mr Gorman. We are very lucky to be supported in class every day by Mrs Coslett (Currently on maternity leave), Miss. Brown and Ms Massey, they lead our interventions and helps us to become the best learners that we can be.
Contact Miss Gee on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Gorman on: email@example.com
This terms topic is Harmony - Harmony is created by resolving any differences in a respectful, restorative way. We respect and celebrate diversity.
What we will be learning this half term:-
In Math's we will be re-capping previous learning around Algebra, fractions, Multiplication and Word Problems.
In English we will be looking at Roald Dahl's 'The BFG'.
In Geography we will be looking at human and economical features in geographical locations.
In History we will be exploring how Parliament affect decision making in England.
In Art we will be researching artist and replicating their work.
In Music we will be completing singing lessons with a Music teacher who will help us be able to sing as part of a group.
In PSHE we will focusing on The wider world and preparing for adulthood.
In R.E we will be exploring the Abrahamic Faith.
This half term Omega will be going on two trips. Martin Mere on Thursday 20th June, to learn about different environments and Tree Top Nets on Wednesday 10th July as a fun trip for working so hard this year.
Take a look at the creative homework activity sheet below to pick which activity you want to complete this week.
All pupils receive intervention which is based on an individualised learning plan to support them with their additional needs and to ensure they continue to make good progress. As a school we use Read Write Inc. to support early reading and writing. This is a multi-sensory approach that has proven very successful. Pupils also complete sensory circuits throughout the day to help them self-regulate and be ready to learn.
Phone Calls Home
Positive phone calls home will be made every fortnight. In the meantime if you have any questions please either contact the school office or one of your child's class teachers on the emails above.