Year 5

    Here in Year 5 it is always an adventure!

    Our topics take us around the world, back to the beginning of time and encourage us to think beyond our own experiences.  We study the primary curriculum in an exciting and creative way, often getting opportunities to take responsibility for our own learning through projects set in class and for our homework assignments.

    Every morning we work hard in our focused Maths, Reading/Writing sessions and the afternoons are brimming with fascinating lessons based around our termly topic.

    Ultimately we are a hardworking, unique set of individuals!

    Our Teaching Staff:

    -Mr. Holmes (Classroom Teacher)

    -Mrs. Taylor (Classroom Teacher)

    -Miss Waller (Classroom Teacher)

    -Miss Yeoman (Teaching Assistant)

    -Mrs. Alvey (Teaching Assistant)

    -Mrs. Bradshaw (Teaching Assistant)

    -Mrs. Outten-Mann (Teaching Assistant)

    -Mrs. Damri (Teaching Assistant)

     

    Y5/6 Long Term Plan

    'Everything you need to know about Y5 booklet'

    Y5/6 Curriculum Letter - Spring Term 2020

    Y5/6 Suggested Book List - Spring 2020

    Twitter Policy Revised August 2018

     

    Home Learning

    ‘Home Learning’ packs and passwords for educational apps and programs were sent home for each child in March 2020. Within the pack (and available on this page under ‘Learning Grids’) was a timetable of suggested activities. We constructed this timetable to give parents the opportunity to access a similar curriculum to that we deliver in school.

    This being said, there is no expectation that children should complete all activities on the timetable. The activities can also be completed in any order; however some suggestions do build on the previous days learning. The timetable was put together with the aim that parents/carers could pick and choose activities to complete at their discretion but with the opportunity to add structure if required.

    Some of the activities on the timetable require access to the internet, however many are practical tasks that are ‘unplugged’. Children can also use this time as an opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy time to pursue their own likes and interests. None of the work completed by children is to be submitted to staff and will not be monitored.

    Learning Grids:

    Home Learning Y5/6 Week 1

    Home Learning Y5/6 Week 2

    Letter from Miss Waller   07.04.20

    Letter from Mr Holmes   07.04.20

    Home Learning Y5/6 Week 3

    Home Learning Y5/6 Week 4

    Mental Health Y5 Home Learning

    Home Learning Y5/6 Week 5

    Home Learning Y5/6 Week 6

    Home Learning Y5/6 Week 7

    Home Learning Y5/6 Week 8

    Home Learning Y5/6 Week 9

    Home Learning Y5/6 Week 10

    Home Learning Y5/6 Week 11

    Home Learning Y5/6 Week 12

    Home Learning Y5/6 Week 13

    Home Learning Y5/6 Week 14

    Home Learning Y5/6 Week 15

    For more resources and activities please head to the Home Learning page of our website: 

    /our-learning/Home-Learning

    Y5 Upcoming Trips & Activities

    Fri 24th July Miss Waller's Y5 Class Picnic - 10am - 12pm   
           Mr Holmes' Y5 Class Picnic - 1 - 3pm

    For further information, please click on the above links to download letters.

     

     

    To pay for a trip or activity using the PMX Parentmail system, please click the logo below: