Year Five

Welcome to Class 5!

On our page you will find class and curriculum information as well as weekly learning reviews. Remember check every week for updates!

OAA is on Thursdays this term, however please make sure all PE kit (including a tracksuit) is in school every day in case it is needed for other activities.  Home learning  tasks set will usually need to be completed by the same day the following week: spellings - Mondays; English and Maths - Thursdays and Fridays; RE/Science/IST questions for discussion on Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Class 5 Staff

Teachers- Miss Greenwood

 one to one: Mrs Sedgemore & Mrs Sharpe

 

 

Weekly Review week ending 15.6.18

Class 5 have enjoyed a very 'arty' week! As a class we focused on the North American Indians linking it with the story of Pocohontas and what the explorers of the17th and 18th centuries would have found when they travelled to the 'New World'. As some of you saw, we have made dream catchers using the willow from the garden as a base, bookmarks based on the beadwork and designed totem poles for our clan  and linked to our culture. We have also enjoyed painting African masks and learning about the significance of colours, played Gamelan music and danced Bollywood style. it has been a fun week where we have had the opportunity to learn and practise skills - particularly how to tie knots!

Thank you to those who supported our 'Skip for 60 ' event last Friday and to all of you who are sending in sponsor money - please make sure all money is in by Monday 18th so that that we can send it off.

I understand some children have had a problem with Mathletics, I have set a 'paper' home learning this week and will look into the problem.

PE is on Mondays and Tuesdays but please make sure all kit is in school everyday as the weather can sometimes mean we need to make changes!

 

 

Home Learning Opportunities

Mondays: Spellings

Thursdays and Fridays: Maths: Homework set on Mathletics

                                    English: grammar

Tuesdays and Wednesdays: RE /IST / Science (usually only discussion points)