Farmborough Church Primary School

Farmborough Church
Primary School

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Welcome to Badgers' Class Page!

Class Teachers: Miss Newton

Class TA: Mrs Hobbs


It has been so lovely settling in and meeting the children this term.  They are a great class!


Our topic for Terms 1 and 2 is:

World War 1

War Horse : Morpurgo, Michael: Books

Have a look at the Topic Web we will use as a

basis for our lessons and the questions we want to explore. 

For the next two terms we will be exploring this time period and investigating how the war impacted Farmborough.  We will be visiting the church to look at who was killed in action from the village and then investigating their lives.   We will be learning what life was like for a soldier and the food that they would have eaten. We'll also have computing skills to learn, adaptations to study and classification in science, answer the question ' How do Muslims show their commitment to God?' in RE, look at place value and the four operations in maths and explore writing our own storing in writing.

A Few Reminders:

P.E. is on Mondays and Thursdays - please still come to school wearing your Farmborough School P.E. uniform on those days.

Please could children bring reusable water bottles into school as we are trying to be more eco-friendly.

Homework is given out on Fridays and handed in the following week on Wednesday (or before if you've finished it!). Spelling test is on Friday and spelling practise and consolidation can be done via the spelling Purple Mash quizzes.

Home-school book to be brought in every day.  It will get looked at on Fridays and house points will be awarded for the number of times your have read.  Please practise your spelling words (x3), your times-tables and record your reading with a parent's initial next to the reading you have done.


Badgers, if you're looking for some new ideas for your next book, don't forget to have a look at these fabulous recommendations. You'll find lots of great new characters and some very familiar faces! What books would you add to those lists?
50 Recommended Reads for Year 5   50 Recommended Reads for Year 6



Useful information for our topic

Useful websites for Maths

Oak Academy

Bitesize Maths

**Children, always check that visiting these sites fits in with your home and family computer rules. Thank you!** 


Staying Safe Online
Below are some useful links to help parents and carers:

And children, keep practising your online safety skills too: