Welcome to Year 5
Well done Year 5 for all the hard word you have done so far this year.
Our English work this half term is focussed on this book. We will be writing diaries and biographies.
Don't forget, you should be aiming to read, at home, at least one book per week. We have books in our class library that you can lend. Make sure you book it out with the class librarian first. Please complete your weekly reading at home book, so that you can keep a record of your own progress.
This terms topic is Reconciliation.
Our lessons will focus on:
The ripple effect
Mary untangles knots of sin
God's love and forgiveness
The meaning of sin
The sacrament of reconciliation
Forgiveness takes courage
P.E day is on Tuesday, make sure you have your kit in school
Congratulations Year 5. You have successfully completed your training and probation period. You are now fully qualified play leaders.
Working together on our geographical knowledge.
Beautiful Christmas cards
2020 spring term will have us practicing multiplication and division skills. We will also be working with fractions.
Times Tables Rock Stars is making a big impact. Make sure you are practicing your tables at home and become a ROCK STAR HERO!
Science investigations will look at reversible and irreversible changes.
Space Fact Finding Mission
There are spelling to learn at home every week. These are taken from the statutory spelling list.
The focus this half term in maths is to become proficient at all timetables. Children are expected to know all times tables facts up to 12 x 12. Children have practice time in school but your help at home is very much appreciated.
Children are able to lend books from our class library. They are encouraged to choose books that interest them. They should be looking to read a little every night.
I usually try to included additional homework that will help the children in their classwork. This may be practicing a skill that they need in class or research that will give them a boost in class.
Our trip to the Apple Shop in January.
We learnt that coding and robotics can be a lot of fun.
Anglo Saxon Day
Writing runes with quills and ink ( that we made ourselves!)
Cooking authentic Anglo Saxon food
Creating coil pots
Eating an Anglo Saxon banquet
Honey and apple oatcakes