Welcome to Bouman class!
Our class is a team - we are pioneers, educators, leaders and learners of the 21st century!
Bouman Class is our Year Five class and we form part of The Pioneers Stage. Our class is named after Katie Bouman. Her pioneering work as an American engineer, who worked as part of a team that captured the first-ever image of a black hole, had an incredible impact future scientific discoveries.
Over the last few years, I have discovered a love of paddle boarding and bouldering but I’m definitely still in need of some practice! I enjoy being active and creative; I especially love baking sweet treats to share with others! When I’m not in school I spend my time at the beach with my two dogs, Max and Milo. They love catching a frisbee and swimming in the sea!
I look forward to welcoming you to Bouman class!
General Teaching Assistant
General Teaching Assistant
For our launch day, we will be exploring the space race in our first Art lesson, exploring how people in the past though space travel would be like by how it was depicted in art and design choices at the time.
The Place Value of Punctuation and Grammar
In English, we will be focusing on punctuation and grammar to embed prior knowledge and write in full, grammatically correct sentences. Our first focus area will be different nouns and how to correctly identify and use them in our own sentences.
We use VIPERS to cover the reading content domains across KS1 and KS2. In VIPERS, we will be exploring the classic tale ‘Beowulf’ adapted by Michael Morpurgo.
In Maths this term, we will be continuing to focus on multiplication and division and develop confidence in using the formal methods within problem solving calculations. We will then focus on fractions, decimals and percentages.
PE will be on Monday and Wednesday. The students will need kit suitable for both indoor and outdoor activities.
This term we will be learning all about football skills and counter balances.
Reading and Handwriting
At Nansledan, we appreciate the huge importance of both reading and handwriting. These are the keys to unlocking the rest of the curriculum. With this in mind, time is devoted to these skills daily.
Access Spelling Shed to practise our weekly spellings. The children will be tested on these spelling words every Friday.
A list of challenge words that children in England are expected to be able to spell by the end of Year 6 (age 11) can be found below. Please also practise these throughout the year.
Homework is set half termly as the suggested learning opportunities at home. Children are also able to access TTRS, Spelling Shed and SumDog whilst at home.
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