Hello and welcome to the Year 5 class page.
Mrs Walker, Miss Clarke and Mrs Azam are looking forward to getting to know you all this year. Other members of staff that will be involved with the teaching of the children this year include: Mrs Woodhams, Mrs Williams, Miss Neville, Mrs Wright and Mrs Chell. We are looking forward to an action packed year of learning!
How can you help your child?
You can help your child by:
5A - Thursdays and Fridays
5B - Wednesdays and Thursdays
4/5C - Mondays and Thursdays
Reading - Children should read for 10 minutes every day and reading diaries should be signed by an adult.
Spelling - Spellings will be sent home every Friday and tested the following Friday. Please ensure spelling journals are in school on Fridays.
Times Tables - Children should use TTRockstars to practise their times tables 3 times a week - see the link at the bottom of the page.
Creative - This will be set on a Monday and will be due in the Wednesday of the following week.
10th September - 19th September - Roald Dahl
24th September - 3rd October - Ancient Egypt
8th October - 17th October - Forces
22nd October - 7th November - Being Me in My world
12th November - 21st November - Instructions
26th November - 5th December - Materials
10th December - 19th December - George's Marvellous Medicine
21st December - 9th January - Celebrations
14th January - 23rd January - Dreams and Goals
28th January - 6th February - Anglo Saxons
11th February - 27th February - Chinese New Year
4th March - 13th March - Healthy Me
18th March - 27th March - Famous People
1st April - 10th April - Space
12th April - 1st May - Easter
Our Topic for Summer 2 is.......
Our Summer Term topic is....
Our Spring 1 topic is......
We cut apples using different materials and put them into different environments to see which would oxidise the quickest.
We used a variety of ways to separate materials. We used evaporation, sieving, magnetism and filtering.
Autumn 1 2018
Our first topic this year is......
Can we be an Egyptian Tomb Raider?
Science - Forces
The Egyptians had to move very heavy blocks to build the pyramids so we investigated which surface would create the least friction to make it easier to move them.
We found out that the smoother the surface the less friction there was.