Year 5

Year 5

Welcome to Year 5 .

The teachers in Year 5 are Ms Jennings on Monday to Wednesday and Mrs Bowden on Thursday to Friday. We are supported by Mrs Moore Tuesday to Friday.

We love being in year 5 as there is always so much going on. We aim to keep you informed of all the things we are doing but if you would like to know more please contact us.

Welcome to Year 5

We are really excited by our topic this term – Invaders and Settlers.  We are all going to really enjoy learning about the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings together.

We will continue to set homework weekly on Google classroom.  This will run alongside the expectation that children will be reading, learning tables and spellings regularly over the course of the week.

Useful Information

Useful Links

We have compiled web links that we feel would be useful for children and parents. Have a look at our Useful links document for ideas.

The Department for Education have also compiled a list of links for all children. Have a look at the DfE web links 

The link for Purple Mash

BBC Bitesize is a fantastic site for all subjects

Online safety at home for ages 8-10

Online safety at home activity 2 for ages 8-10

Online safety at home activity 3 for ages 8-10

Online safety at home activity 4 for ages 8-10

Supporting Your Child’s Learning Journey at Home

Below, please find a guide to learning spellings,  the Statutory Spellings for Y5/6 and a booklet covering  the grammar covered in Year 5.

Spelling Guide for parents

New-Curriculum-Spelling-List-Years-5-And-6

Grammar Year 5 parents guide

Grammar Year 5 parents guide

Take a look at our writing non-negotiables.  Make sure  you use these to help you with proof-reading.

Year 5 writing

Reading

Parents often tell us that they struggle to find age-appropriate books that  appeal to children as they reach upper KS2.

Please see our suggested reading lists to get your children inspired.

Year 5 Books

We have also added some helpful prompts to use when hearing your child read.

Reading question prompts

How to support your child with reading