Glebelands Primary School

Stimulating Young Minds


Class 7



Welcome to class 7

Hi, I am Mrs. Webster and I am really looking forward to working with your child this year. Hopefully, things will nearly be back to normal this school year.

We are planning some exciting activities

for your child over the autumn term. We are having an African drumming and dancing session and we are planning a trip to New Walk Museum for our Egyptian topic autumn 2 and Learning Services are coming in to teach the children about Ancient Egypt. 




This term we will be reading:

The Lion who Stole my Arm by Nicola Davies





We will be completing lots of written tasks based on what we have read each week. This will include character and setting descriptions and diary entries.




During the autumn term we will be improving our skills and understanding of place value, addition and subtraction, multiplication and division (with lots of times tables practise). 



Our Science topics this term are 'Sound' followed by 'Animals including humans'this includes skeletons and nutrition.




Our topic work this term is geography and we will be looking at the continent of Africa, where we will be learning about the diversity of Africa and comparing it to Europe. In the second half term we will be going back in time to study Ancient Egypt.




Our R.E. topic this term is about, 'Who inspires me?'




We will focus on E-Safety during our computing time.




This term's P.S.H.E. lessons will encourage the children to really think about what it is that makes them special. The topic is called 'Magnificent Me'.




The Art & D.T. lessons that class 7 will be taking part on a Friday morning. They will be delivered by Mrs Pugh. She will relate all of her lessons to the topic work that we are doing. The children will be using a wide range of materials, tools and techniques to complete their given tasks.




Our P.E. lessons will take place every Tuesday. Please remember to send your child to school dressed in their P.E. kit on that day. (Dark bottoms and white t-shirt.) We aim to carry out all of our P.E. lessons outdoors until further notice so your child will need to come to school in suitable P.E. footwear. Please make sure they have a hoody and joggers if it is cold.

However, if it is deemed too wet to be outdoors then these lessons will take place in the hall so please send your child to school every Tuesday with their plimsolls. (Bare feet are no longer allowed until further notice.) Hair needs to be tied up and earrings have to be taped up or taken out for safety reasons. Thank you. 



Spellings and Homework
Weekly spellings are based on the National Curriculum Statutory list and spelling patterns for LKS2.
Spelling tests will now take place Wednesday afternoons, in the form of a dictation, and I would ask you to encourage your child to practise as much as possible. 

Every Friday your child will be given homework and it is due in on the following Friday. Children can come and ask for help with their homework at any time - it is not something to worry about.




Targets for Class 7 
LKS2 children need to know all the times tables up to 12 x 12 by the time they go up to year 5, therefore this is something the class will really be focusing on. It would be helpful if this was supported at home as well.


It would also be beneficial for your child: 
•    to read to an adult regularly 
•  to practise cursive writing 



If you have any questions about your child and their learning send me a message on the ClassDojo.
Kind regards,
Mrs. Webster







Any questions or concern?

If you need to ask any questions or raise any concerns and don't get to speak to me in person feel free to drop me a line and I will try to respond to you as soon as possible.


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