Welcome to Eyam!
Hello everyone, welcome to the class page for Eyam! 👋🌈 Here, I hope you find all the useful information for our class:
- Important days and dates 📅
- Our topics and areas of learning for each term 🎨🧪🏺🗺️📏📝
- Pictures of the exciting activities we have been up to 📷
|Monday||Please bring your reading books (Library trolley and Book Band Book) into school every day.|
PE today: Please wear your PE kit to school. We take our PE outside whenever possible, so please make sure your kit is appropriate for the weather conditions.
SWIMMING will begin for Eyam class the week beginning 19th September 2022. As we swim for 5 weeks within a half term, some lessons will be 'normal' PE in school. We will keep you updated about which is which!
A reminder that earrings must be taken out for PE, either before the school day or at school.
Spelling test today.
New spelling lists go live every Thursday. Use this link SpellingShed Login Page to get logged on!
|Friday||Library trolley today, remember to bring in your library books to change each week 📚|
We will be using ‘The National Trust’s Guide book to Sutton Hoo’ as our inspiration, together with our class novel ‘The Buried Crown’ by Ally Sherrick.
We will be immersing ourselves in the history of Sutton Hoo, finding out all about he Saxon burial discovered there in 1939. We will be discovering information about the famous treasure unearthed and using this to write a fascinating report.
Using all our historical research, we will then turn to fictional writing and, imagining the king that is believed to be buried here, build a vivid description of this mysterious leader.
Anglo Saxon England (History)
•To know who lived in Britain after the Romans and where they came from
•To know how Anglo-Saxons influenced the language we use today
•To know what everyday life was like in Anglo Saxon villages
•To know the number and voltage of cells used in the circuit are associated with the brightness of a lamp or the volume of a buzzer
•To know the function of components vary due to reasons including the brightness of bulbs, the loudness of buzzers and the on/off position of switches
•To know what symbols are used when representing a simple circuit in a diagram.
•Roman numerals to 1,000
•Read, write, partition and compare numbers to 1,000,000
•Round to the nearest 10, 100 or 1,000 within 100,00 and 1,000,000
Four operations + - x ÷
•Add and subtract whole numbers with more than four digits
•Multiples, factors, prime numbers, square numbers, and cube numbers.
•Multiply and divide by 10, 100, and 1,000
•Read, write, partition and compare numbers to 10,000,000
•Compare, round and order any integers
Four operations + - x ÷
•Introduction to long division
•Multi-step problem solving
•Mental calculations and estimation