Mrs Rimmer, Mrs Broderick and Mrs Way would like to warmly welcome you to the year 5 class page. We hope that you will be regular visitors so we can keep you up to date with what we have been learning, any class news and other key activities or events that may be taking place.
Please look through the site below for our most recent learning, achievements and useful information such as letters and topic overviews.
We are looking forward to getting to know everyone over the next few weeks and are thrilled to be sharing your child's learning journey with you.
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Please find our homework grid for this term in the "Useful Documents" section below
Our Year group letter can be found below
This week we have been learning all about ways to help keep ourselves safe on the internet. In preparation for our School Cyber Cafe on Thursday, we have been making leaflets to present all the information that we have researched and learned in our computing sessions.
We thought about what advice we wanted to share and the best way to present this to parents and other children. Using our IT skills, including using a search engine, inserting pictures, changing font size and direction and word processing, we designed our information leaflets! We look forward to sharing our finished article on Thursday!
It's been a busy start to the Spring term where we see our value for the term focus on 'Hope'. The children have all introduced themselves by illustrating a self portrait with what they see as their character traits and what hope means to them. Some of their definitions were exceptionally thought provoking and mature.
Our reading and writing has been focussed on our class text, 'The Firework Maker's Daughter' by Phillip Pullman. In our literacy, the children immersed themselves in the text and thought about the relationship between the key characters. Once they had explored the characters, we thought out the features of diary writing with a focus on audience and viewpoint and how this affects the writing style. These features were then used to write our own diary entry from Lila or her father Lalchand. Please see a few examples below, with more being displayed in school soon.
War Breaks Out!
We are well underway with our Autumn topic, and children have begun to explore the causes of World War II. We have produced some excellent writing in History and created some fantastic "Blitz Art" depicting the London skyline during the Blitz.
We have also listened to Neville Chamberlain's declaration of War and thought about what it might have been like to have been evacuated to the country during the War!