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UKS 2

Upper Key Stage 2


Class - Poplar

Class - Sycamore

Year 5/6 News 


Staff

MRS J HARVEY- PHASE LEADER




SYCAMORE- MRS J HARVEY & MRS C SMITH

cs504@stannesprimary.worcs.sch.uk


MAPLE- MR A PHILLIPS

ajp@stannesprimary.worcs.sch.uk


POPLAR- MRS NIKKI TROMANS & MRS CHARLOTTE CROWE

njt40@stannesprimary.worcs.sch.uk

cel46@stannesprimary.worcs.sch.uk


MRS SABEL AND MISS TRACY WILL BE WORKING 

ALONGSIDE ALL THREE  CLASSES TO SUPPORT LEARNING.









PLEASE NOTE

P.E. kits MUST be in school every day. This should include tops, shorts/ joggers and suitable footwear. We have noticed an increase in the number of children without kits. 

 Children are not permitted to lend each other kits.

If children do not have kits they will be loaned one but will lost their stamp for that part of the day. A letter will be sent home to ensure you are aware that they do not have a kit. 


Please look out for any targeted homework. 

If you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate to contact us. 


The weather hot at times- please ensure children 

are protected appropriately with sun cream and hats!










If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.


Mrs Harvey 

&

The Year 5 and 6 Team




SPELLING LISTS:






General Information

 

Expectations

›  We have clear and consistent expectations regarding behaviour following rules based on our school values code.

›  Children that make good choices will receive rewards such as: house points; raffle tickets; class stamps; and table points.

›  Consistent good choices throughout the day will receive a star stamp in their student planners so parents can keep a track of behaviour. Children that collect a high percentage of stamps will earn a reward at the end of each half term.

›  Children that make bad choices will be given a warning. If they continue to make poor choices they will lose their stamp for the day.  If they carry on, they will be moved to another class to avoid disrupting the other children. Parents will be notified if this happens.

›  We are keen to encourage children to be more independent and organised. We will be very impressed if children take risks and challenge themselves in lessons. Remember, learning is a messy business and we can’t get things right all the time!

 

Homework

›  See above


PE Kit

›  PE kit should be in school every day in case sessions are re-arranged or special events are planned.

›  Kit consists of: shorts; school T-shirt; socks; trainers; and a tracksuit top and trousers in case it’s cold.

›  Make sure all PE kit is clearly named.


Equipment

›  The student planner is needed in school every day.

›  Here are some equipment essentials: a pencil; their personal dictionary; a reading book; and their student planner.

›  Other useful equipment: a ruler; a whiteboard pen; a rubber; a handwriting pen; a pencil sharpener; and a glue stick

›  Children are encouraged to bring a clear, labelled water bottle with a sports cap to school to keep them hydrated.

›  PE kit must be in school every day.

›  A labelled, oversized shirt for Art activities would also be useful.

›  At break times, children are encouraged to have a healthy snack.


 

If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact your class teacher at school.