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Welcome to Leopard's Class Page  

 

Our teachers are Mrs Reid and Mr Wells and we are supported by Mrs Schofield.

 

 

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Class Information

 

Games and P.E. on Monday and Friday - Make sure your kit is in school on those days.

 

Homework

Maths given out on Monday and due in on Thursday.

English given out of Thursday and due in on Monday.

Spellings given out on Monday and assessed on Friday.

Don't forget to regularly read and fill in your Reading Journal so you can complete our class reading challenge.

 

 

Our continuing topic for this half term is

'Palmerston Street'

and is a local study of Romsey during the Victorian times.

See if you recognise any of the places in the images below:

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In English we are going to use all our writing skills to create a biography about either Dr Banardo, Isambard Kingdon Brunel or Lord Palmerston. We look forward to sharing these with the Romsey Historical Society.

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We will also be looking at Charles Dickens and in particular Great Expectations.

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In Guided Reading we will be studying the book

 

'Scarper Jack and the Bloodstained Room'

by Christopher Russell. 

We will be writing a newspaper article once we've found out who the killer is...

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Alongside Scarper Jack we will also look at 

'Street Child' by Berlie Doherty

as part of PSHE.

See what you can find out about Jim Jarvis and the links he had with Dr Banardo.

We will also be writing our own workhouse diary entries. 

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Maths will involve revising all the topics we have studied so far this year in preparation for May.  Use Your revision guide to help with any areas of maths that you are uncertain of.

 

Please make sure that you know all your times tables and that you can recall them at speed.

We will also be looking at a variety of strategy and logic games and creating a game of our own.

 

In Science/Design Technology we will use our knowledge of  electricity from last half term to make a battery-operated Victorian style Fairground Ride (Carousel or Ferris Wheel).

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Leopards in action...

Investigating the effect the thickness of the wire has on the brightness of a bulb

The Daily Mile

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Structures - Making Bridges

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