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Year 5 English

Summer Term

Writing themes

In English, the children will read and write their own myths based on ancient Greek myths. This links to our history topic. They will also turn some of these myths into a play script to act our wearing their Greek masks. We will look at the genre of discussion and take part in formal debates

Reading

Children are expected to read daily and at least three times a week to an adult. They are also expected to record the reading they have completed in their new ‘Log Book’.  Merits and certificates are awarded for frequent reading and a wide range of reading will help improve vocabulary and the quality of writing. Children will take home an ‘Accelerated Reader’ book which is matched to their reading ability. They will also have a book of their choice. Children are expected to have both books with them at school. During reading sessions in school children will take online quizzes to test their understanding of their ‘Accelerated Reader’ book. Look out for Year 5 reading challenges later in the term!

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Spelling

The whole school follows the Read, Write, Inc., Spelling programme.  Children may bring home spellings in their log book, which they can then practise during the week or they may have other spelling tasks to complete as homework

 

School News

Year 3 Tiime Travellers!

Year 3 children will be travelling back in time today to learn all about ancient Egypt.

We are delighted to host a workshop by"Portals to the Past" to bring history alive today.  Children will be dressing up to learn about archaeology, mummification, pyramids and all things ancient Egyptian!

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LJS takes part in School Fitness Week

This week, pupils from Ludlow Junior School will be taking part in School Fitness Week and being part of the aim by Joe Wickes to get 1 million school children exercising and having fun.  THe week will run for 5 days, with a live workout streamed each day on the Joe Wickes YouTube channel at 10am from Monday September 11th - Friday 15th September 2017.

The aim of schools' week is to get more kids active and feel the benefits of exercise so young people can see that fitness can be fun and to love it!  Every day for a week, pupils will take part in a live 20-minute workout.

So far, it's been great fun with children really enjoying the sessions. More information can be found here.

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