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Red Kites

Our over arching question focus for the year is...

The Price of Progress - Cost & Reward

Red Kites - Yr5 

Teacher - Miss Lois MacDonald 

TA - Mr Rhys Woodward  

Welcome to Red Kites! 

I am really excited to welcome you all back to another fun term where we can continue our learning journey together. If there is anything you wish to discuss with us, our door is always open. 

Miss Mac and Mr Woodward smiley

What we are learning in Term 4

 

This terms topic focus is Plots and Protests.

Our learning question is, 'What is the cost of a protest and what has been gained from them in the past?' Within this topic, the children will be given the opportunity to explore historical plots and protests that have taken, as well as protests that continue to take place in the present. During the topic, some of the key events and people the children will be looking at include:

  • Martin Luther King
    • Civil Rights
  • Rosa Parks
    • ​​​​​​​Civil Rights
  • Greta Thunberg 
    • ​​​​​​​Climate Change
  • Guy Fawkes 
    • ​​​​​​​The Gun Powder Plot
  • Emily Pankhurst 
    • ​​​​​​​The Suffragettes 
    • Votes for Women 
  • National Education Union
    • ​​​​​​​Teacher strikes
  • Equal Rights 

Here is all the important information that you need to know for the upcoming term but if there is anything you need clarification on, please come and speak to us. 

  • School gates open at 8:30
  • School finishes at 3pm
  • KS2 Gold Book Assembly is on a Tuesday 
  • Homework is handed out on a Friday and is due back the following Wednesday
    • Homework consists of:
      • Reading (which should be done daily)
      • Spelling practice of their weekly spelling words (given out in class)
      • 15 minutes of TTRS that is set weekly and is scheduled on TTRS to appear at 3pm every Friday and will be available until the following Wednesday at 7pm
  • PE is on a Friday (in the hall)
  • We are swimming this term, which takes place every Tuesday

Miss Mac smiley

  • 7th March - World Book Day (children can dress up as a character from a book if they wish. If they don't wish to dress up then they need to wear their school uniform. 
  • 21st March - Easter Disco
  • 28th March - Last day of term - Non-uniform day (1pm finish)
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