Year 5 2023 - 2024
This year, Year 5 will be performing some Christmas carols at topsite. Parents and carers are invited to join us on Thursday 21st December for some festive singing at 2.30pm. Once finished, you will be able to take your child home with you from school.
Your child is invited to wear Christmas jumpers on the final three days of term (20th-22nd December). There is no need to go out and buy Christmas jumpers if you don't already have one, your child may wear something festive for example, a red or green tshirt, festive bobbles or socks.
Welcome to Year 5!
We are pleased to welcome you to the Year 5 page. The main need-to-know information can be found here as the year progresses. Watch out for continual updates on our blog to see what our Year 5s have been up to. If you have a general query, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If your query requires a more immediate answer, please email email@example.com and we shall endeavour to reply as soon as we can.
On Monday 3rd July, we hosted a well-attended Zoom meeting for parents of the new Y5. The presentation can be found here for your reference. The recording of the meeting can be found here. Glance at the Y5 overview to see which topics will be covered throughout the year. To familiarise yourself with the site on Claremount Road, have a watch of Miss Pickering's tour of Top Site.
The Year 5 children had an assembly about the theme of road safety. Feel free to discuss this with your children. Helpful slides from the presentation can be found here.
The main team who will be leading your children for the academic year, 2023/24 are:
|Mrs Smith & Mrs Saunders
|Mrs A Roberts
Other adults that will work with Year 5 are Mrs R. Lewis (MFL lead and PPA cover), our HLTA, Mrs Roberts (PPA cover), and Mrs Pue-Richards (music teacher). Our PE days are as outlined below - children are able to wear their PE kit to school on their allocated day.
Homework will be given to children in Year 5 each week, on a Friday. The homework each week will include 4 home reads (with an adult and reading log signed). It is advisable to listen to your child read and ask them questions related to what they are reading, so that there is a focus on comprehension and understanding rather than simply the amount read. In Year 5, we use VIPERS for reading questions . Click the link at the bottom to access a copy of these to practise with your child.
Children will also be expected to complete a piece of maths homework each week, this may be TT Rockstars or an activity from their homelearning books (these are saved on Google Classroom via a link). Your child's teacher will let them know each Friday what the homework is, and you can also check Google Classroom. Each child will also be set a task weekly on Spelling Shed.
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