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Staff in Year 5

Osprey Class:   Mrs Duong
Falcon Class:   Miss C. Foreman  
Heron Class:    Mr M. Reynolds  

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Beaumont, Miss Lawrence
Other staff in Year 5:
Mrs Hamblin (Music)
Mr Field (PE)

National Curriculum Year 5

Summer Term 2018

Welcome to Year 5's information page.  Below, you will find all you need to know about the upcoming term, what we're going to be learning as well as other information about this term.

Keep an eye out for any other important information, like our exciting theatre trip!  Letters will be sent home.

A reminder that all children must have the correct PE kit in school at all times.  Children should wear dark (navy/black) shorts, a white T-shirts and plimsolls when inside and can wear trainers and tracksuits outside as the weather gets colder. Long hair should be tied back. In line with our school uniform policy, the only earrings permitted are small plain studs.  All year six classes have PE on Thursday and Friday.

 

Curriculum Information Summer Term 2018

Literacy

Narrative set in Lebanon - ‘Oranges in No-Man’s Land’

Performing Poetry – ‘Ultimate Rap”’

Maths

The year group will be revising all four operations: multiplication, division, subtraction and addition. We will also be focussing on fractions and shape. Please continue to practise times tables and mental maths with your child.

RE

This term we will be continuing with the study of religion, sharing our own experiences and learning from each other.

Building a Village

We have decided to extent this unit so the children can have an in depth study of one aspect of a local area :

In Geography, we’ll be finding out:

• About services in our local area

• About village life in our host and home country

• How to map and record geographical information

In History, we’ll be finding out:

• About the history of two settlements from the host and home countries

• How to use evidence to research and record history

• How to create a settlements museum

In Science, we’ll be finding out:

• Reversible and irreversible changes

In Society, we’ll be finding out:

• About extra services for our local area

• How we could encourage friendship in our area

Homework
Homework is accessed through a variety of online learning tools, in particular MyMaths, Bug Club and Accelerated Reader. All children should have relevant log ins for each website.

Please continue to read with your child each day.

Jigsaw PSHE

Y5 - Jigsaw Jez

Our mascot, Jigsaw Jez, will be helping us as we explore this term's Jigsaw puzzle: "Celebrating Differences".

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