Class 5

Welcome to Class Five!

Class 5 is the made up of the oldest children in school. All Year 6 children embark on a very important year.

On entry into Class 5, the children are encouraged to express themselves positively and be the best they can be. The class is led by Miss Jackson.

One of the main aims at the start of the year is to build strong relationships amongst the children and the adults. A happy working environment enables the children to achieve their potential.

Throughout the year the children cover many topics spanning the curriculum, as well as daily English and maths lessons. The children continue to build their love of learning in all areas and feel confident answering questions.

Through the wider curriculum, children have the opportunity to take part in various sporting activities. Music and drama are two other important areas of the curriculum. Under the guidance of Mrs Shelton, our music teacher, the children lead both Christmas productions and end of school year performances. The children take on more responsibilities such as Wednesday Word Collective worship and assembly organising. We aim to nurture the whole child so that when it is time to leave St Ignatius they can be proud of what they have achieved.

 

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Class 5 Long Term Plan

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Latest News from Class 5

Time Table Rock Stars Day

On Thursday 9th January the whole school took part in a TTRS day. We dressed up as rockstars and took part in maths activities throughout the day. During our assembly we learnt all about the importance of learning our times tables and how using Times Table Rock Stars can help us. We had a live […]

Internet Safety – Key Stage 2

At St Ignatius School, we make sure all our children are e-safety savvy. The children have been using their computing skills to promote e-safety in a fun way.        

Hour of Code – Key Stage 2

Each year, our Key Stage 2 children take part in the ‘Hour of Code’, eventually progressing to making their own arcade-style games. Every student should have the opportunity to learn computer science. It helps nurture problem-solving skills, logic, and creativity. By starting early, students will have a foundation for success in any 21st-century career path. […]