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Pluckley Church of England Primary School ‘Enjoying, Learning and Achieving Together.’

Roe Deer

Welcome to Roe Deer Class


Hello and welcome to Roe Deer class. We are a group of hard working year 5 and 6 children who love to learn through interesting and interactive lessons, which are taught using a range of different topics.

Our first topic for the year is Nature. We will be doing lots of outdoors Science activities, where the children will get to carry out their own investigations in our local wildlife and explore the different plants and animals that co-exist with us. Within this topic we will be reading Skellig as it's topics and themes run alongside the nature idea with lots of bird information texts and explanations about evolution. In D&T we will also be having a look at different buildings that have been inspired by natures and using these to design, create and analyse our own nature based buildings.

Within this topic, as well as lots of our other topics, we will get to experience learning through a range of school trips, starting with a trip to Great Dixter, where we will be able to explore the magnificent gardens and forest area that they have there.


To find out more about our different topics please feel free to browse the documents below. With this, you can also find our homework grid and KIRFs homework documents. If you have lost any of these and would like me to print you another copy, please come and ask me.


We will have PE on a Tuesday morning, so please ensure your PE kits accompany you on this day.


For our behaviour we use a special website called ClassDojos. Please make sure you have signed up to this to receive lots of classroom updates and to see how your child has behaved each day.


We are looking forward to an excellent and challenging year in Roe Deer class, I hope you are too.

Miss Caie and Mrs Platt.

In Year 5 we cover the following areas of study:

In Year 6 we cover the following areas of study:

Roe Deer Classroom

Our first class assembly

Investigating the different invertebrates in our local area

Great Dixter- A day in the woods