Together Everyone Achieves More
Year 5 - where effort will always bring reward
The upper key stage journey begins in Y5 where our school citizens are developed into motivated learners able to take charge of their learning environment
Thoughout the learning, the core subjects of Mathematics, English and ICT link in to all the other areas.
Science, Humanities teach us about our world, while the Artsmark Gold principles underpin the creative subjects of Art, Music and Drama.
New languages, new perspectives and new physical achievments all add to the unique educational experiences in our multi sensory classroom.
We really hope these few pages will give you a whistle-stop tour of our fantastic work and we look forward to working together for the rest of the year.
Best wishes from all in Y5
Miss Seddon Y5S Teacher
Mr Brett Y5Br Teacher
Reading records and books - Everyday (reading books will be checked on Wednesday)
PE Kits - Thursdays and Fridays
Homework - Wednesdays
Spellings and Timetables - Fridays
News and Homework
In Year 5 this week, we have been really impressed with the children's 'Suspense Stories' - children have combined action and description to create a tense and vivid atmosphere. The team have been really impressed with how the children have responded to their targets and their approach to improving their learning. Most children have included a considerable amount of figurative language to create a picture in the reader's mind.
We were overwhelmed with the variety of costumes on World Book Day, it was clear that the children had made a real effort. It was fun to participate in the activities and we would always promote anything that encourages reading.
The children will have a review test after the holidays.
English - CPG books pgs 70-71.
Maths - Work in their homework books, children can choose the level of challenge. Miss Seddon's class - mental multiplication strategies, Mr Brett's class - equivalent fractions.
Reading records to be filled in correctly.
The Year 5 team :).
Here are a few suggested learning resources that the children can access at home.
An online version of the numbers game from countdown. There is no timer so the children can practise using their number knowledge in a fun way. https://nrich.maths.org/6499
A great resource which can help to improve the speed of calculations and knowledge of their times tables. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
This is a great resource for recapping your mathematical knowledge. Mr Brett's favourite page is the puzzle page. https://www.mathsisfun.com/index.htm
Reading eggs is a super website, you can use it on any device and it can really help develop comprehension skills. https://readingeggspress.co.uk/
If you are ever stuck for what to read, or want to get into a new author, then this is a great website which allows you to read extracts from a range of authors.
Education city is a fantastic resource where the children can access a range of challenges and lessons from across the whole curriculum.
A List of 100 Recommended Reading Books for Year Five and Six Children
This is a list of suggested Year Five and Six texts. Please note: some of these texts are meant for the more mature reader. We would advise you to read an online synopsis of each book before purchasing or borrowing to ensure that you are happy for your child to child to read it. If your child would like to discuss any of the themes within these books, they are very welcome to speak to a member of the Upper Key Stage Two team.