Welcome to Year 5!
Well done to all of Year 5 who have settled back into school life incredibly well after almost 6 months off.
REMINDER - All Year 5 children are given their weekly spellings on a Monday. As part of our home learning policy, these must be practised at home every week. We have seen a significant drop in scores, and children have admitted that they may not be working at home as often as they should. Well done to those consistent scorers each week. Your hard work is paying off!
Just a quick reminder about Monday: it is the most important day of the week for Year 5. Your reading logs (with 3 adults signatures) and spelling books must come into school, and you need to ensure your TTRS games are completed by 6pm on Sunday!
Mr Morris : email@example.com
Miss Morgan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Ramsden & Mrs Gorvin: email@example.com
The Year 5 Team!
Spellings - Autumn 2 - Week 4 : 23.11.20
Spelling Test: 30.11.2020
Firstly, if you are having to unfortunately isolate, we hope that everyone is safe and healthy. Above, you will find 10 literacy and 10 maths activities to complete at home. These are not mandatory, but we would like you to continue with school work where possible, so that you don't fall behind with your learning. You also have access to Bug Club, Purple Mash, Timestable Rockstars and My Maths. If you need anything else, please contact your class teacher on you class email address.
Meet the Teacher and Curriculum Overview
Unfortunately, due to current Covid-19 restrictions, we cannot hold our usual Meet the Teacher session. Instead, below is a PowerPoint explaining all the key areas of Year 5 and an overview of the curriculum covered this half term. Over the new few weeks, teachers will be calling to introduce themselves and having a brief conversation about how your child has settled in to Year 5.
Just as a reminder: Monday is a very important day in Year 5.
On this day, we visit the library, carry out spelling tests and reset TTRS home learning.
It is imperative that your child/children bring in their Home Reading Logs (with a minimum of 3 signed reads), their spelling book ready for their new set of spellings and that TTRS has been completed.
Thank you in advanced for your support in this. If you have any other general questions, please use the class email addresses on the website.
A Weekly Timetable in Year 5
An example of the weekly timetable in a Year 5 classroom. Currently, due to government guidance, we only use certain parts of the school or certain days. Below, you will see when Silver Birch have computing, geography, science and other subject through the week. These will stay the same until half-term.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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