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Year 5 – Hockney – Mr Evans

Welcome to Hockney’s class page. We hope that you will find all the important information you need to know to help make your child’s time in our class as enriching as possible. Please check this page on a regular basis, as there will be an opportunity to see what is going on in the class; there will be some useful tips and guidance to help the children gain the most from their penultimate year at Greenmount.

We will also be using this page to share some of the fantastic work that the children produce over the year.

Class Teacher: Mr Evans

PE

The class will have two hours of PE a week. These sessions will be on Wednesday morning and Friday afternoon. One of the sessions will be taken by Mr Harris (specialist sports coach). Please make sure that the correct PE kit is in school during these times.

 


Classroom Staff
<p><strong>Class Teacher:</strong><br />
Mr Evans</p>

Class Teacher:
Mr Evans

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Year 5 News
November 20, 2020
Year 5 have continued to explore the Vikings. We have been using the book ‘Norse Myths’ to explore the different gods and goddesses that there were during Viking times. All the children have now created their own Viking gods. They have chosen a name and made an origin story. Both classes are now in the process of writing […]
September 25, 2020
We have had a brilliant start to the Autumn term in Year 5. Special mentions this week to Levi and Maddox.  Levi has made an excellent start in Guided Reading in Year 5, he has been giving great answers and is constantly engaging in the lesson.  Maddox has been kind, caring and helpful towards both […]
October 18, 2019
Year 5 have begun to explore a new book called ‘Black Dog’. This week we have been making predictions and inferring characters feelings and thoughts. The book’s main theme is exploring how a family copes with fear and Hockney Class have used this as a stimulus to create various different images of the ‘black dog’. […]
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