Whitley And Eggborough Community Primary School

Sycamore Class

Teacher: Mrs V Doganozu

email:  doganozu@whitley.n-yorks.sch.uk

Google Classroom Code:  gxfli6a

Google Classroom

www.classroom.google.com

Every child in the school has been given a home login for google classroom (it will be their own personal school email).

Their password is generic --> Password1              (captial P)

 

Termly Curriculum Overview

Past Planning Overviews

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 MTP Syc Aut1.pdfDownload
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Special Mentions and CHAS

Every Friday, we celebrate the children's hard work; we do this by awarding one child per class a Special Mention and one child CHAS recognition.  A badge will be awarded for each, and if given CHAS, our CHAS dragon will be able to come home for the weekend.  He must be returned on Monday so he can be quarantined before being passed on to the next CHAS recipient.  As well as CHAS, a special book to record all the exciting adventures you get up to together will be provided, and we will share this regularly in class.

SPECIAL MENTION

Autumn 2

Week 3: Fletcher Spinks for working really hard, trying his best and not giving up in maths.

Week 2: Levi Warren for producing some fantastic writing, trying extremely hard in all lessons and being a supportive member within his team during PE

Week 1: Samuel Preval for trying his very best in every lesson and being a great role model for the class.

 

Autumn 1

Week 7: Cody Spears for a great attitude to learning, writing an amazing independent story and acrostic poem.

Week 6: Ashton Quick for writing an excellent independent story and working really hard in every lesson.

Week 5: Thea Dempsey for completing all the lessons we have done in school, at home as well as doing some amazing Russian cooking.

Week 4: Zoe Butterfield for trying extremely hard in all lessons, getting on her work and challenging herself in English and maths.

Week 3: Joe Lightowler for writing an amazing 4 chapter story, which is available on Sycamore's Google classroom page.

Week 2:  Lucy Barker for trying in every lesson, pushing herself to achieve her very best and having a very positive attitude.  

Week 1:   Thomas Scott for working extremely hard at everything and trying his very best.

CHAS

Autumn 2

Week 3: Myla Allcock-Toole for being a CHAs ambassador, always smiling and a positive influence within the class.

Week 2: Abigail  Coventry for always being positive,  helpful and caring within class and towards her classmates.

Week 1: Max Howdle for being a great friend, always cheerful and being a positive role model for the class.

 

Autumn 1

Week 7: Isabella Singleton for being a great CHAS ambassador, helpful, caring and sharing.

Week 6: Issy Carr for showing true CHAS qualities, always offering to help and being extremely caring. 

Week 5: Charlie Blackmore for always helping his classmates and making sure they are alright if they fall over or feel unwell.

Week 4: Kadi Deere for settling into the class brilliantly, it feels like she has always been with us.

Week 3: Lewis Dawson for helping a classmate in whole-class reading,  which he did very quietly but supportively. 

Week 2: Mia Craven-Sanchez for helping around the classroom, always smiling and being a good friend.

Week 1: James Cairns for being extremely helpful as well as being really positive and happy all week.

Purple Mash Website:

From here children can access all of the resources from purple mash, there are lots of different things including the multiplication check which we do with the children every week - keep practising!

 

https://www.purplemash.com/sch/whitley-dn14 

Half Term Information Sheet

Homework

 

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Recommended Reading List

Please see the below recommended reading lists for your children. 

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 Children's Reading Book List KS2 Y4 (8-9yrs).pdfDownload
 Children's Reading Book List KS2 Y5 (9-10yrs).pdfDownload
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Picture Gallery

In Science this half term we are looking at sound.  The children have made talking telephones out of plastic cups and string to understand how vibrations pass through the string and enter our ears.

In PE the children have been team building and it has been lovely to see such great team spirit, encouragement and support from each of them towards each other.   They have excelled today in their leadership, group work and persistence.  It was a fantastic lesson to watch.

In English, we have used the book Wolves in the Wall by Neil Gaiman.  The children have written their own stories with a different animal coming out of the wall and then used the same animal to write an acrostic poem.  They have done amazingly well and tried really hard to use different poetic devices within their poems.

In Mission Science we are learning about light.  We have investigated which materials would be the most suitable for sunglasses as well as proving that light travels in straight lines.