Magpies

  • Miss A Gillingham

    agillingham@bramingham.net

    Please contact me on the email address above if you have any queries.

    Teaching Assistants: Mrs D Alexander and Mrs J Howard

Hello and Welcome to Magpies’ Class Web Page!

This is where you can come to find out about our current learning, class timetables, useful resources and the winner of our class awards. If you cannot find what you were looking for, please get in touch on the email address provided.

Drop off time: 8:55
Home time: 15:30
Please enter and exit the school grounds through the Sainsbury’s gate and into school through our classroom door - washing your hands on the way in.

 
 
Class Awards
 
  Magpie of the Week:
Ronnie
  Fab Writer: 
  Mathemagician: 
Amaan
  Top Doodler:
Caelan
 Values Role Model for Equality:
Cerys
  Raffle:
Mia, Ellie and Raph
 
 
 
 
Homework
Please bring in your reading record/homework diary every day.
There will be an opportunity to Doodle in class on Tuesdays.
Year 5 lunchtime Doodle club is TBC.
 

Homework

Set

Due

Reading record check
(read 3x a week to achieve your Star Reader award)

Weekly

Monday

Spellings

Wednesday

Monday

Maths

Friday

Wednesday

Doodle check
(Doodle 3x a week minimum)

Weekly

Wednesday

Brain Builder

 Pending

 

 
PE
Wednesdays and Fridays

During these exceptional times, all PE will be taught outside on the playground or field.
Please ensure your child has suitable trainers and clothing for outdoors, especially as we approach Autumn/Winter. Ideally dark tracksuit bottoms and something long sleeved.
Resources
The Victorians

This half-term we will be learning about the Victorians. As a part of this topic, we will be diving into the past and finding out about how people lived, Queen Victoria’s reign and the revolutionary Dr Barnardo. In English, we used what we learnt about the Victorian era to help us write a Rags to Riches tale set in the 1800s. We also wrote a biography on Queen Victoria - stay tuned as the display will be published here!

Check out our photos below of our Victorian day!

Alongside our Victorian topic, we will be reading the book ‘Street Child’ by Berlie Doherty.