Welcome to Year 5!
A place to learn and grow together.
Our teacher in Year 5 is Mr Welch and we are supported by Mrs Cotterill.
Our Topic for the Summer Term is:
During this topic we will be looking at Rivers, Seas, and Coastlines. We will also explore the Water Cycle. This topic will enable us to investigate many aspects of learning, including History, Geography, Science, Art, Design and Technology.
Working at Home
To help children continue to learn whilst at home during these unprecedented times, here are several links that may prove to be of use:
Homework in Year 5
- As we get to Upper Key Stage 2 it is expected that children read at home every night to an adult. This should be recorded in their reading record when they have read.
- Maths and English homework will be sent home each week and will need to be completed by the following week. Information on when it is set and needs to be completed by will be written in the children's diaries. There is plenty of opportunities to discuss their homework with a member of staff if they are finding something difficult.
- An additional piece of homework linked to other curriculum areas may be sent home also. Children will write down the hand in date in their school planners when this is the case.
- Children will also need to practice their times table facts to ensure that they can rapidly recall these facts and to also aid their confidence.
- Spellings will be sent home every Tuesday and this will be tested the following Tuesday.
Year 5 have PE on a Monday and Wednesday.
Please ensure that your child has their full P.E kits in school.
All children should have black shorts, a red t-shirt and pumps.
National Curriculum Expectations in Year 5
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Here are some more helpful links to help children practise at home:
MATHS MENTAL ARITHMETIC LINKS
As requested, here are links to some mental arithmetic games/practise:
Mental addition and subtraction loop game (you select the options eg within 10 will be numbers less than 10 etc). Click here.
Speed Challenge - you select the topic and the length of time you have to answer the problem. Useful mental maths test practise. Click here.
Hit the Button: quick fire number bonds, times tables and division facts. Click here.
The Internet is fantastic but you need to be safe. To achieve this you need to be aware of dangers and follow a set of rules. The activities below will help to remind you of the rules and keep you safe when online.
OwnIT from BBC - Useful tips for staying connected and safe
CEOP Think U Know - Band Runner Game
Know IT All - Archived but still very useful