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Welcome to Year Five's section of the website. Look out for regular updates to find out what the children have been learning and experiencing.

 

Routine and Information

  • PE kits should be brought into school on Monday and taken home on Friday. PE lessons will be on Mondays and Wednesdays. However, children should have their kits in all week.
  • Homework will be set on a Wednesday and handed in the following Monday.
  • Spellings form part of the homework. However these will be set on a Wednesday and tested on the following Wednesday.
  • Please listen to your child read five times a week and comment in their reading journals.
  • Swimming will take place on Monday mornings (dates tbc). Children will require their swimming costume, towel, and a swimming hat. Please discuss with Miss Potter if your child requires swimming goggles.
  • Pencil cases – pupils in Year 5 are provided with all of the stationery items that they will need in class. If pupils wish to bring in a pencil case then it should be small and flat, containing no more than 15 items so that it can fit in trays. Stationery limited to fountain pen, pencil, 1 rubber, 1 pencil sharpener, 1 ruler, 10 or less coloured pencils or felt tips.
  • Uniform – Please see the uniform expectations document on the parents page. 
  • Hair – Long hair must be safely tied back and hair must be the child’s natural colour. Hair fastenings should be plain and in school colours. 

 

Staffing

Monday: Mrs Gomme and Mrs Charalambous

Tuesday-Friday: Miss Potter and Mrs Charalambous

 

We welcome you to come and speak to us if you have any queries. Time is limited in the mornings and not particularly private, so the end of the day is preferable if it can wait.

What are we learning about this term?

Theme: Where are we going? 

Link text: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll

 

See below for our curriculum map for Autumn 2019.

 

See below for Year 5's non-negotiables.

 

This term our Class Talk Topic is: “How can we actively tackle climate change?” We will be watching Newsround regularly to develop our understanding of current events.We will be trying to answer this question through our school-based project which will be presented to the Year 6 class. This ties in with our school project, where we are celebrating the Year of the Green Planet. As a school, we will be discussing the goal to become carbon neutral by 2050.

Curriculum Map (Autumn 2019)

Year 5 Non-Negotiables

Spelling Activities

Spelling Activities 1
Spelling Activities 2
Spelling Activities 3
Spelling Activities 4

Snowy Day Activities

 

Please see the attached snowy day activities. These activities should only be used in the case of a school closure to provide children with some learning opportunities.

 


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