Welcome to Year 5's Web Page
Hello and welcome to the Year 5 section of our amazing school website. Here you can get a taste of all the exciting learning your children are taking part in. To experience more, please don't forget to visit our Class Homepage by login in using your username and password.
We are very lucky in Year 5 to have a very dedicated team of adults who are willing to support your children in every step of their school lives. Year 5 is a very important Year and at this time especially the preparation to move to their final Year of primary school can be daunting. It is vital that we work together to support the children so they can make the best start as possible in Year 6.
Expectations Reading: Please try to ensure your children are reading at least 15-20 minutes a night and recording it in their reading records.
Home learning: Just a reminder that home learning goes out on a Thursday and is due in the following Tuesday. We realise at times there are situations that may mean it is difficult to complete the home learning. If this is the case, please use your child’s home school communication to contact us and we will do all we can during school time to aid your children in completing their work.
Times tables: Please try to practice a different times table every night to ensure your child knows them thoroughly. There are so many areas of numeracy that require a solid knowledge of times tables and knowing them well will really help in the learning of new maths concepts.
PE: PE is on Tuesdays and Fridays. Please ensure the children have their kits with them on these days.
Your help and concerns: Your help and support is greatly received by all at our School and it is important to remember we are a community. As such please feel free to come and talk to any of the Year 5 team about any issues or ideas you may have.
We all look forward to seeing you soon!
Miss H. Anderson Miss H. Weightman
The curriculum areas that we will be covering this term are as follows:
English: Friend or Foe by Michael Morpurgo; The Firework Maker’s Daughter by Philip Pullman; Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl and Narnia: The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S Lewis.
Maths: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Rounding, Interpreting Data, Fractions, Properties of shapes, Statistics.
Computing: We are Web Developers
Art: People in Action
RE: Do Sikhs need the Guru Granth Sahib? Does God communicate with humans?
Topic: World War Two
PE / Games: ‘Train like a Jedi’ (dance) and football
We are always here with any queries you may have. Please don't hesitate to ask if there is anything we can do to help.