Welcome to Year 5
Miss Walters Mrs Rochester Miss Bragg
Class 16 Class 17 Class 18
|Mrs T Titcombe|
|Mrs D Yockney|
|Mrs K Hackman|
Mrs R King
Mrs E Thompson
Documents - please click to open
- Year 5 Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Reading, Writing and Maths
- Year 5 Homework Guidance
- Parents’ guide to the Year 5 curriculum
- Suggested Reading for Pleasure Book List
- Grammar Guide
- Year 5 Curriculum Map
- PGL meeting presentation
- Year 5 PE days are usually on Wednesdays and Thursdays, however children need to have their PE kits in school every day of the week as we may take PE opportunities at other points in the week should we feel this would benefit the children.
- Weekly music lessons will take place on a Tuesday afternoon. The children will be continuing their knowledge of how to play the recorder (from Year 3) but will focus more on intonation, reading sheet music and learning different tunes.
- If your child has anything they wish to discuss, please encourage them to approach their teacher first. In Year 5 we strive to achieve greater independence. We operate an open-door policy and welcome parents and guardians to approach and discuss any concerns with their child’s teacher. Many thanks for your support in this busy academic year.
New Maths and English tasks are set every Monday and collected back on the following Monday, unless specified differently by the class teacher. The children receive their spellings termly and all homework tasks are outlined/linked under the subheadings below. If you cannot access these files, or would prefer a paper copy to be sent home with your child, please can your child let their class teacher know and this will be arranged.
Children are expected to read at least 5 times a week for approximately 20 minutes each time. During this time, they should record their own comments in their reading journals. They may choose to read to themselves, but are advised to read out loud to an adult at least once a week. We ask that parents sign the last box of every page in their child's reading record so that this is being monitored at home as well as at school. It is imperative in Year 5 that children are reading regularly to help improve their writing and to prepare them for future years. It is equally as important for them to discuss and reflect on their understanding of the story. This is done in their reflective comments but should also be addressed through discussions with adults at home. If you would like some support on helping your child with their reading. please see their class teacher - we are always happy to help!
Children need to practise their set spellings every evening in their ‘home spelling books’. There are lots of spelling strategies to refer to at the front of these books.
These are the spellings for most of Year 5. Please check your child’s home spelling books as some children have a different selection of words which are more individual to them.
Monday 14th October - Monday 4th November
The Times Table Rockstar battles have begun; Class 16 vs Class 17, Class 16 vs Class 18 and Class 17 vs Class 18. Each child will need to battle it out to earn as many points as they can for their team. The winning class of each battle will be announced on Monday 4th November. Good luck!
- 21 October 2019 - Teacher Training Day
- 22 October 2019 - Teacher Training Day
- 23 October 2019 - Teacher Training Day
- 24 October 2019 to 1 November 2019 Half Term holidays
- Children return to school 4 November 2019
- 6/7 October 2019 - STEAM trips/BLP days
Useful Links - Please click to open
- BBC Bitesize (www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks2bitesize)
- Sumdog (www.sumdog.com)
- English games Top Marks (https://www.topmarks.co.uk/english-games/7-11-years/punctuation)
- Crickweb times tables (http://www.crickweb.co.uk/ks2numeracy-multiplication.html)
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