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Year 5

Welcome to Year 5

 

Mrs Price and Mrs March 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. 

 

If you have any questions or queries that you'd like to discuss, please don't hesitate to contact us via the school office.

Who's Who

Mrs Price- Class Teacher
Mrs March - Learning Support Assistant

Home Learning is now set using Microsoft Teams. Instructions have been emailed out to you all. On Teams you will find assignments for Maths and English. There is also lots of other activities to complete in the files section. Remember also to check;

 

 

  • Spelling shed which mirrors learning in the classroom
  • Maths learning from the classroom and mathletics
  • Reading challenges 
  • Science activities
  • There is also a wider curriculum grid with project based activities that link to our next theme of learning, 'Explorers'

 

 

Reading comprehensions wb 1st April

Home Learning Writing Challenge

Suggested Reading for Year 5

 

The Wolves of Willoughby Place by Joan Aiken

Moondial by Helen Cresswell

Tom’s Midnight Garden by Phillipa Pearce

Street Child by Berlie Doherty

Holes by Louis Sacher

Why the Whales Came by Michael Morpurgo

The Nowhere Emporium by Ross McKensie

The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

The Borrowers by Mary Norton

Black Beauty by Anna Sewell

Five Children and IT by E Nesbit

Curriculum Overviews

D-Day and Morse Code

As we continue our topic 'Conflict', we have been learning about D-Day and the use of Morse Code by the armed forces in WW2. We used morse code to write our names!

Children in Need Friday 15th November - Joe Wicks Workout

Outdoor Learning in Maths

Shoo Raynor Visit

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