Welcome to Year 5.4 2018/2019


Mr. Martin who has been teaching the same year group for the past 7 years in middle east will be the new Year 5-4 teacher for this academic year. This is my third year at English Modern School. Get ready to have fun while learning in this wonderful year. I love it when my students are happy and see me as a mentor, a friend and a teacher. Moreover, kids don't learn from the people they hate.


Classroom expectations

At Mr. Martin's class, we strive to maintain a positive environment where students and staff enjoy school and treat each other with mutual respect. We P.R.I.D.E ourselves in what we do.

  • P- Positive Attitude
  • R- Respect for All
  • I- Integrity
  • D- Doing the Right Thing
  • E- Effort Towards Learning

PRIDE yourself to Be Great! Be a Leader!

Students can know if they are showing P.R.I.D.E by applying the five-way test:

  1. Is what I’m saying and doing done with a Positive attitude?
  2. Is what I’m saying and doing showing Respect for all?
  3. Is what I’m saying and doing showing Integrity?
  4. Is what I’m saying and doing an example of Doing the right thing?
  5. Is what I’m saying or doing showing Effort towards learning?

Classroom Expectations - P.R.I.D.E

Positive Attitude

  • Actively Listen, Make good eye contact, and participate.
  • Cooperate with your teacher and classmates.
  • Be kind and encourage others.

Respect for All

  • Accept and respect everyone. Seek first to understand, then to be understood.
  • Use positive words and body language.

Integrity

  • Take responsibility for your actions
  • Be honest.

Doing the Right Thing

  • Stop, think, and make good choices.
  • Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.

Effort Towards Learning

  • Pay attention and follow all directions the first time.
  • Be prepared and on time. Put first things first.
  • Give your best effort.
Timetable 5-4 2019.pdf

Websites to use at home;

Mangahigh - Math

Raz-Plus- Literacy

Home Learning Expectations

Kindly make a daily follow-up routine by asking your child the following questions;

  1. What new things did you learn today?
  2. Did you have an opportunity to be challenge to think harder?
  3. Do you have any pending school work or homework that you need to complete?

As a parent, you need to make sure you read with your child for at least 30 minutes daily or make sure they make use of Raz-Plus to read for at least 30 minutes daily.