Welcome to the Phoenix Class Page
Our Class Teacher is Mrs Aldred
Our Class LSA is: Mrs Brandl
All About Phoenix Class
We are a mixed class of Year 5 and 6 children. We have 25 children in our class. We enjoy being taught in the oldest part of the school. Our classroom is 150 Years old and we are looking forward to learning about life as a Victorian schoolchild later in the year when we study this subject in History. We are currently learning about the Tudors and we are finding out about how they had a large influence on our village and the local area. We are also finding out about The Spanish Armada.
We are the oldest children in the school and as such set a shining example to the rest of the school in everything that we do. We understand the importance of modelling Our Five Key Skills to the younger children in our Learning Behaviours and in the way we behave towards each other. We show RESPECT in particular to each other, To our environment and to ourselves. We show RESILIENCE when sometimes our learning is challenging. We rise to this challenge and try our best.
AIM HIGH, TRY YOUR BEST, GO FAR
Phoenix Class News
On Friday 16th October we celebrated Harvest Festival at school.
On Monday the 6th July 2015 the whole school packed up their buckets and spades and set off for Mersea Island. We loaded up two coaches with 115 children and over 30 adults for a fun packed day. The locals looked on from their beach huts with mixed emotions as we descended onto the beach…
What a wonderful sun-shiny day we all had! We began the morning in our Houses with each house taking part in a variety of games. These included testing a variety of the children’s skills including ball control, agility, balance, catching and throwing and speed. It was fantastic to see all of the members of each…
We are delighted with our brand new library! Thanks to the hard work of Vicky Green and her husband we ripped out the old ICT suite and redecorated it. The PTA through fundraising contributed money towards new furniture and Lorraine King has donated some new books from Miles Kelly in the village. The children added…