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 – Destination Outer Space!
We will be looking into the night sky to look at the moon, we will be finding out about the Earth, Sun and Moon an dhow they’re related and we will be talking all things SPACE!!!
Have a look at our topic web for the types of things we will be doing. Destination outer space topic web
Unfortunately school is closed to most pupils. We really hope that we will all be together again really soon.
In the mean time, all your work is set on our Google Classrooms. Don’t forget to log in every day to find out what tasks you have been set. Typically you have Maths and English every day then we do RE and PSHE on Monday, French and Topic on a Tuesday, Handwriting and Topic on a Wednesday, Science and ICT on a Thursday and Music and PE on a Friday.
It is really important to share reading with an adult at home at least 3 times a week, practise your times tables and learn your spelling rules.
We know that it is different for everyone at home so try do what you can and don’t compare yourself to others.
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
Link to Forest School Saxon Soup Recipe
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.
Grammar Year 5 parents guide
Take a look at our writing non-negotiables. Make sure you use these to help you with proof-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.