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Class Ash

Welcome to Class Ash. I am Mrs Bunner and I teach year 4 and 5 at Coppice Farm Primary school.

Year 5 curriculum guide- what your child needs to know in English and Maths


 Our Topics for 2016 - 2017

Autumn 1

Crime and Punishment

Autumn 2

Above and Beyond

Spring Term

We've been invaded!

Summer Term

Material World

 Important Information



Class Ash Newsletter Autumn Term

Class Ash Newsletter Spring Term

Class Ash Newsletter Summer Term

PE in Class Ash

 During Summer 1, Class Ash have PE on a Monday and a Tuesday. They also have some additional football sessions on a Friday with Nottingham Forest Football in the Community. Please ensure that children have their kits in school all week.


The Reading Ladder

Every child has the opportunity to climb the reading ladder and earn stamps for reading at home. Please encourage the children to read and earn prizes.


Homework Tasks

 Please click the links below to find out the homework tasks for each half- term.

Crime and punishment Homework Tasks

Above and Beyond Homework Tasks

We've Been Invaded! Part One Homework Tasks

We've Been Invaded! Part Two Homework Tasks

Material World. Part One Homework Tasks


Class Ash enjoying their time down at forest school!

 Our winner of the Fairtrade Drawing Competition! 

A big congratulations to Hannah In Class Ash for winning the Fairtrade competition run by the CO-OP on Coppice Road. A delicious prize!


Ethical challenge at the CO-OP Coppice Road

 We visited the CO-OP on Coppice Road to learn more about where our produce comes from. This linked in to our learning in Fairtrade Fortnight. We had a fantastic morning completing the challenge, exploring the freezer and sampling plenty of Fairtrade chocolate! A HUGE thank you to all the staff at the CO-OP for letting us take over the store and helping us find out about all the different packaging labels.


Galleries of Justice

As part of our topic on Crime and Punishment Class Ash and Class Oak visited the Galleries of justice in Nottingham. We found out a lot about Crime and Punishment through the ages and even took part in our very own court case in Victorian times. Take a look at some of our pictures