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Year 5

Welcome to Year 5! There are two classes in Year 5 this year, taught by Mrs Bailey and Mrs Richards. Our teaching assistants are Mrs Green and Mrs Begum. On this page, you will find useful information about Year 5 including examples of the exciting topics we will be learning, details of the things you need to remember to bring to school and photos of our learning.

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask! You can contact us via the school office by phone or email or you can speak to us at the end of the school day. 

READING

“Books give a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything.”  Plato.

We would like you to try to read at home every day. You can read to yourself or to an adult. Please make sure that you bring your book to school each day. This could be a book from home or one you have borrowed from school - make  sure you choose something that interests and excites you! 

 

The following website has lots of brilliant ideas to inspire you:

https://schoolreadinglist.co.uk/category/readinglists-for-ks2-school-pupils/

 

MUSIC

As part of our Music curriculum, you will be learning to play the recorder. You may wish to buy your own recorder so that you can practise at home. We do have recorders in school for you to borrow during lessons, so this isn't essential. 

 

PE 

Our PE days are Thursday and Friday. Please make sure that you have suitable PE kit in school on these days. 

 

Suitable PE kit is a white t-shirt, school PE shirt or house t-shirt and dark shorts or dark joggers, dark sweatshirt and trainers. 

 

If you have pierced ears, you will need to remove your earrings or bring in some tape to cover them during PE. If your hair is longer than shoulder length, it must be tied back. 

 

One of our PE units is an amazing dance scheme produced by the Royal Ballet. You may wish to buy ballet shoes or other soft dance shoes such as jazz shoes for this. These aren't essential as bare feet are fine.  

 

DRINKS/SNACKS

It is important that to stay hydrated, so please remember to bring in a named water bottle. You can bring in a snack for break time. Please remember that snacks must be fresh fruit or vegetables.

 

HOMEWORK

We will send home two pieces of homework each week. 

          - Maths

          - English, Science or topic 

Occasionally, we may set a project which takes longer to complete. 

 

All homework is given out on Friday and should be handed in by the following Wednesday.

                                                   Curriculum content and photos:
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