PLEASE GO TO THE FRIDAY TAB TO FIND THIS WEEK'S HOMEWORK. MAKE SURE YOU READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
Hello Fabulous Flamingos! My name is Miss Makinson and I am the class teacher in Year 5. I am so excited to be teaching you this year with the support of our teaching assistant Mrs Esprey.
Learning in Year 5
In English we will improve our writing skills by exploring a range of new and exciting texts. We will focus on using a variety of sentence structures and punctuation and we will learn how to adapt our writing to suit the purpose and audience. Through our grammar, spelling and guided reading lessons, we will continue to develop our spelling, reading and comprehension skills.
In mathematics we will develop our understanding of place value in numbers to 1 000 000. We will learn to use written methods confidently to calculate with larger numbers and will apply this knowledge to a range of multi-step problems. We will also develop our understanding of fractions, decimals and percentages.
Our learning in RE is based on the curriculum ‘Learning and Growing as the People of God’.
In Science we will study: Living things and their habitats, Animals, Properties and changes of materials, Earth and space and Forces.
All other subjects will be taught through our exciting topics: 'Myths and Legends', 'Terrible Tudors' and 'Earth, Space and Beyond' .
P.E. lessons take place every Tuesday and Friday. On these days, you need to come to school wearing your PE kit - navy or black shorts/jogging bottoms (dependent on weather), plain white t-shirt, trainers and your school jumper/cardigan. You will need to bring pumps or another pair of indoor trainers in your bag to change in to.
Homework is set via the website every Friday to be returned by Tuesday of the following week. This should be completed in your homework book. Please check the Friday tab each week so that you know what the homework task is.
Learning at home
It's really important that you keep reading your book at home every night.
You can access online reading books by clicking on the link below: