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Class 11 - Miss Taylor

Hello and welcome to Class 11!


Welcome to Class 11’s page. We are delighted that you have checked in on our page. Please check back for regular updates, shared work and other important information.


Class 11 will need to remember their PE kit on a Friday


Children need to remember to bring their swimming kits every Monday


Reading diaries will go home each night with a sticker in them with the colour book that your child should be reading. Children should aim to read for 15 minutes per night and will be awarded 1 dojo per time that they have read.


The school library is also open on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday after school, where they can choose a book to be issued to them.



Homework will be handed out every Wednesday and returned every Wednesday.

Children will have spelling homework one week and Maths homework the following week. If your child is struggling with their homework please have them bring it in before it is due so they can receive help.


Water Bottle and Coat

Please make sure your child brings a reusable water bottle to school each day.

As the cold weather approaches, please also remember to send your child into school with a warm coat.

Supporting your child with learning at home.


The following websites can be used to assist with home learning:

Oxford Owl Reading and Spelling Year 5

Maths Key Facts for Short Wood Year 5's

Espresso - Hub for Online learning

Year 5 and 6 Spellings

In addition to the above, the main communication platform used is Class Dojo.

Please check regularly for communication and  teacher set portfolio tasks.

Thank you to all of those who came to watch our evening performance. The Victorian Christmas Carol concert was a great success and the children loved performing with you all, as well as giving the presents they had designed and made.

Year 5's day as a Victorian child at Blists Hill

What an amazing experience we had! From learning about how horses were the main form of transport (as well as their use on farms), experimenting with Victorian money, to learning about how different the homes were (including at Christmas!), Year 5 had a jam packed day!


Blists Hill was an amazing way to put our learning into perspective and experience what it was really like in a Victorian town.

Cooking experience linked to our key text, Street Child.

We have lots of exciting trips planned for this term to enrich our topic - In the Shadow of The Wrekin.


Last week, we explored the Wrekin with the Arthog team. After a challenging walk up a route that the Cornovi tribe might have taken, we sat and enjoyed lunch looking down on our local area.


We found out all about the Corrnovi tribe who inhabited the Wrekin many years ago. Children examined maps to visualise how the tribe entered their settlement and thought about how the entrances were guarded to keep out invaders. We then made our way back down, and then we visited the Wroxeter Roman Village. Here children compared the lives both tribes would have led, thinking about living conditions, food, water and amenities available.



A day in the life of a Cornovi child. Class 11's fantastic day at forest school linked to our Topic, in the Shadow of the Wrekin.

Here are some photos showing Class 11's experience of The Wrekin.


Overall School: 95%

Aiming High;Growing Dreams