Sycamore Class – Year 5/6

Sycamore Class – Year 5/6 at St Julian's Church School

Welcome to Sycamore Class.

Welcome back Sycamore class!

We are excited to welcome you back into the classroom together for our final summer term together, what a wonderful year we have had so far!

As we come back together we will continue to revise and consolidate key concepts as well as learn new topics within our learning. Our mathematical focus will be on shape, space and measure and in English we will be looking at balanced arguments, debates and a unit on ‘The Write Stuff’ which allows us to explore our grammatical knowledge.

If you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact me on Class Dojo.

Amazing work from our time online:

We have focused our learning on the outbreak of WW2, the role of a soldier and also VE Day. Well done to all children for their hard work!


Find a selection of our war poems below, amazing creativity shown by Year 5/6 this week!


Child’s Mental Health Week 2021

Jemima’s Chinese New Year Presentation: 

Chinese New Year

Spellings and Times tables 

Please find the year group spellings on the side tab. Children should learn their specific spellings each week, using the Spelling Menu to support where needed. I will be setting a virtual spelling test each week for the children to complete at home.

Children can use TT rockstars as well as Maths Club to work on their times tables too. It is vital that these basic number facts are practiced as much as possible!

Class Teachers

  • Miss Williams
  • HLTA Mrs Miles

Latest News

Well done and thank you everyone; we raised £175 for Sports Relief 2020.  

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What an Egg-Cellent Show! Last Tuesday our children in Sycamore Class wowed us all at the The Egg Theatre in Bath with their spectacular performance of Polly Parrot and the Pirates. They put on a …

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