Harrier Class

Teachers:  Mrs Janas
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Leach, Mrs Feierabend

Work for Home Learning:

The most important thing is to keep reading. Read aloud to an adult daily and read to themselves for at least 20 minutes a day, preferably more. Here is a link to questions to ask when listen to your child reading. If possible share stories as a family too.

Click here during school hours to complete an AR quiz. Please record your score in your planner or Home Learning Book.

Maths: TTRockstars. 

Year 5 Summer Optional Work:

Answers y5 maths revision

Year 5 Maths Revision Practice Booklet

Answers Y5 Reading

Fiction Revision Mat y5

Non Fiction Revision Mat Y5

Poetry Revision Mat Y5

Spellings Summer 2:

Harriers Spellings Summer 2

RE: Please look at the Worship section on the school website (Classes- Worship).

Childrens Activity Sheet Worship WC13.7.20

Forest School Newsletter: Have a look at these great ideas

Final Forest School Newsletter 12

Summer Holiday Ideas:

Summer Reading Challenge – Have a look at this excellent website.

About Our Class

In year 5 the children move into Harrier Class with Mrs Janas, the class teacher, supported by Mrs Leach and Mrs Feierabend. In Harrier Class the children begin to develop various roles of responsibility. They take a leading role in daily Worship, they take on the role of play leaders in supporting the younger children at playtime, they may choose to become class photographers, house captains, school council members, representing the school in a sporting and/or academic way. Year 6 are given the opportunity to be ‘buddies’ for the youngest children in Cygnet class in the Autumn term.

In Harrier the children also have the opportunity to go on a residential trip to: Mill-on-the-Brue. The highlight of the Summer term is the KS2 Production, which is a chance for the children to develop and show their wider talents to the school and community. The foundation of all learning in Harrier Class is based on the school’s Christian ethos.

Outstanding levels of behaviour, appearance, manners – all encompassed within our Christian values – are expected and the Harrier Class team actively promote the children becoming more independent, responsible and resilient in preparation for the move to Secondary education.

The Class Prayer

Be thou a bright flame before me

Be thou a guiding star above me

Be thou a smooth path below me

Be thou a kindly shepherd behind me

Today tonight and forever.

                                                                        St. Columbus (521 – 597)

Documents for parents




Harrier Class News

Home learning

Please look on your classes page, work will be set or signposted at the beginning of every week.