Ashill VC Primary School


Badger Class








Useful Information


P.E is on a Wednesday afternoon. However, please ensure that your p.e kit is in school every day, as the timetable may change. Also, you will need to make sure that your kit is suitable for outdoor weather.


Homework is usually set on Thursday and will be expected in by the following Wednesday in order for it to be marked. You will receive revision booklets which we will work through in preparation for end of year assessments.

Reading Records are checked every day.  We aim for children to read at least twice each week to an adult, but children should be encouraged to read every day. Please sign reading records to indicate this. There will be a reading track in class for your child to complete.


Online support:  If you would like to practice your maths or SPaG skills at home click on the buttons below:








Countdown badger Times Tables help

If you would like to help in class on a regular basis, please pop in and speak to one of the team members, who will kindly help arrange this for you.  

Fractions, Decimals and percentages Maths revision SPaG revsion

We will be taking a journey through British history and discovering how crime and punishment has changed throughout the ages. Beginning with the Romans and travelling right through to the present day, we will investigate how changes in society create changes in the kind of crimes that are committed, as well as the ways in which they are punished.



Over the next half term, we will be reading and completing work around Alfred Noyes' The Highwayman, which is a tragic narrative poem. The children will be creating poetry; descriptions; a diary entry as Bess, the Highwayman's love; and retelling the story from Tim's perspective.



Please take a look at our Theme Overview to

see the key objectives being covered within

our other subjects.









Yearly Overview Key Objectives highwayman

Stand and Delievr....

Planning Cycle 2018-2019 The Highwayman By Alfred Noyes

An animated telling of Alfred Noyes Classic Narrative Poem