Wilby Primary

Wilby CE Primary School
  • Being part of the Wilby family is the best thing ever. You know there's always someone caring for you.
    Reuben - Age 10
  • Wilby school helps you to be the best you can be so you can reach your dreams.
    Reece - Age 10
  • Everyone at Wilby is caring and giving - we learn to be responsible for our actions and to put others first.
    Mya - Age 10
  • We have amazing trips out and our performances are awesome.
    Tommy - Age 8
  • Singing and music are part of every day at Wilby and we are brilliant at sport too!
    Mollie - Age 8
  • We have the best teachers who make learning fun.
    Elodie - Age 7
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Owl Class

 Welcome to Owl Class. We are a mixed Class of Year 5 and 6  Pupils. Our Class teacher is Mr Haynes and our teaching assistants are Mrs Havers, Mrs Barber, Mrs Kirkum and Mrs Muttock.

We are also taught by Mrs Ryan for Brass on Monday afternoons, and on Tuesday afternoons, Mrs Walpole teaches art and PSHE. PE is on Wednesday afternoons, and is taught by Mr McAvoy, from Elite Sports 

Learning: We are beginning this term with the topic of Wild Waters. We will start off by looking at the water cycle, then moving on to study rivers and coasts, looking in particular at some of our local waterways and coastline.

In literacy lessons, we will learn how to write brochures for a natural history museum, then moving on to looking at fantastic journeys in rivers and oceans. Keep an eye on our news page for updates!

In science we will be looking at living things and their habitats in the first half of term, and then exploring the life cycles of animals after half-term.

In R.E. we are continuing to look at the meaning of enlightenment in Buddhism, before moving on to Christianity. 

In maths, our Year 6 pupils will be preparing for the SATs tests, whilst the Year 5s focus on fractions, decimals and problem-solving  using written methods of calculation.

We have lots of brilliant visits/visitors planned for this term. Please refer to our class newsletter and/or diary dates on the website.

 

Owl Class really enjoyed last term's visit from Jaya Dancing, where they learned some Bollywood moves.

 

 

 

 Owl Class recently enjoyed the trip to Dunwich Mueseum, where we learned all about coastal erosion. Our play, Jack and the Beanstalk, performed alongside Kingfisher Class, was a huge success. Well done to everyone involved!
     
Class Information - things to remember!

Monday        Brass Instruments for lesson P.M.

Wednesday; PE kits needed for P.M.

Wednesday     Homework to be handed in.