Welcome to Year 5!

On this page you will find all the information that you need about what’s going on in Year 5.

 

Welcome to Year 5 Letter 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4vrXP7LlOc

Stars of the Week

Scarlett

5SB

Thomas B

5CL

Citizens of the Week

Oliver

5SB

Adam

5CL

The Golden Purple Pen Award

In 5SB this was awarded to Sara for a really descriptive and detailed piece of writing and to Caeus who wrote with great honesty about his feelings.

 

In 5CL Amy used the most beautiful figurative language and Kameron included plenty of similes in his writing. Well done to both of you, your writing was very enjoyable to read.

Mr Box

Class Teacher, 5SB

Miss Lloyd

Miss Lloyd

Class Teacher, 5CL

Mrs Harris

Teaching Assistant, 5SB

Miss Casson

Teaching Assistant, 5CL

Mr Grubic

Teaching Assistant, 5CL

Mrs Richardson

Teaching Assistant, 5SB

Miss Lancaster

Teaching Assistant, 5SB

Homework

Homework will be given out on a Thursday. Often homework will be something for you to do or to talk through rather than written work that needs handing in, but when something does need to be handed in, please send it back in by Tuesday.

On the remote learning/ homework page you will find your child’s weekly timetable which will give you an overview of their learning in school and their homework tasks. You will then need to log into Showbie and open the homework folder to access the tasks.

The Year 5 Curriculum

Below you can find a link to key documents which will give you as a parent or carer an overview of what our Year 5 pupils will be learning this year and the skills that they will need to develop.

Click  here to find out more about each topic and, as ever, if you have any questions about your child’s learning then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Routines

Year 5 classes will start at 8.55am. We would appreciate it if children could be dropped as near to this time as possible in order to maintain social distancing and ensure that all year groups are arriving at different times.

We would ask that you encourage your child to be independent when coming into school. It is very important for your child’s development for them to be able to take responsibility for themselves and their own property. No parents will be allowed on to the yard in the morning for drop off. Year 5 children will enter through the pupils gate and the black door and go straight to their classroom.

At the end of the day, Year 5 children can be collected from the yard by the main gate at 3.15pm. We ask parents collecting children from Year 5 if they do come on to the yard to stand by the wall. We work with a “hands up” collection system. Your child will not be sent to an adult collecting until a member of staff has seen who is there to collect. If someone different is due to collect your child please indicate so in the communication diary. We would encourage parents to collect children away from the yard at a prearranged drop off point where convenient to allow for social distancing to be observed on the yard. Again, please indicate your pick up point in the communication diary.

Should you wish to meet with a year 5 teacher, this can be arranged by email or by indicating in the communication diary.

Homework Routine

Maths and JUST WRITE Talk homework will be given out on a Thursday.

JUST WRITE will normally be completed in class on the following Monday.

Spellings are given out on Friday for a test on the following Friday.

PE Day

Our PE day is on a Monday.

Your child should come to school in the following kit:

Black shorts / plain black tracksuit bottoms / black leggings

Team colour plain t-shirt

Trainers or pumps

School jumper

No jewellery

Swimming is on Thursday mornings. Classes go every other week. We will provide updates as to when this will commence, the latest information is that we cannot go swimming before October half term.