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Welcome to Year 5

In Year 5 you will find Mr Baker, Mr Fielder, Mrs Whitely and Mrs Fricker.

 

Welcome back after the half-term holiday. We are all looking forward to continuing our learning and seeing the children make even more progress in their achievements . It is hard to believe we are halfway through Y5 already! 

PE days for Year 5 are on Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr Fielder. All children are required to have appropriate clothing and footwear in school for these days.

 

Please remember that school begins at 8:45am. The children can quietly come into the classroom to begin their first task from 8:35am.

 

Please encourage your child to read regularly at home and develop their passion for books. In Year 5, the children still need to read daily. It is still important to help with difficult words, expression and understanding of the text. If your child is a confident reader, then they may read without supervision but encourage them to talk about what they have read and share their thoughts and opinions on the text.

 

This half term, the children will be reading ‘The Midnight Fox’ by Betsy Byars. This classic children’s novel, written in 1970 by the American writer Betsy Byars, tells the compelling story of Tom, a boy who is sent, very reluctantly, to stay with his aunt and uncle on their farm. The children will experience his sense of wonder at the beauty of nature as he observes the beautiful sight of a black fox and her cub. The harsh reality of life in the country is revealed as Tom’s concern for the fox and her cub come into conflict with his aunt and uncle’s attempts to protect their farm stock.

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This half term, we will continue to learn about the Vikings. The children will: identify and explain key aspects of Viking life; explain how the legal system worked in Anglo-Saxon Britain and explain how the last Anglo-Saxon kings shaped Britain.

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Please encourage your child to complete and return home learning every week. Now we are in Year 5, they can choose two activities from their home learning booklet. These can be from the English, Maths or Topic grid. The children can even make up their own home learning task if they wish. Please encourage your child to read, check and edit any tasks completed.

We will be continuing with our daily Times Table Rockstar challenge in Year 5. This half term the main focus will be on quick recall of the 6x, 7x, 11x and 12x tables. Your child may feel that they already know these but please remind them, that we are focusing on speed and instant recall. They also need to learn the related division facts as well as recall the multiplication facts quickly to improve their Rock Status.

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All the children have their own login names and passwords for Sumdog and Times Tables Rockstars. This can be accessed at home as well as at school to help improve with their maths and reading skills.

Please feel free to pop in and see us before or after school if there is anything you would like to know. We look forward to working with you all again this year!

A superb example of home learning effort. Thank you, Bethany.

A superb example of home learning effort. Thank you, Bethany. 1
A superb example of home learning effort. Thank you, Bethany. 2
A superb example of home learning effort. Thank you, Bethany. 3
A superb example of home learning effort. Thank you, Bethany. 4

We enjoyed trying out our shading skills.

We enjoyed trying out our shading skills. 1
We enjoyed trying out our shading skills. 2
We enjoyed trying out our shading skills. 3
We enjoyed trying out our shading skills. 4
We enjoyed trying out our shading skills. 5
We enjoyed trying out our shading skills. 6
We enjoyed trying out our shading skills. 7
We enjoyed trying out our shading skills. 8
We enjoyed trying out our shading skills. 9
We enjoyed trying out our shading skills. 10
We enjoyed trying out our shading skills. 11
We enjoyed trying out our shading skills. 12
We enjoyed trying out our shading skills. 13
We enjoyed trying out our shading skills. 14

We all love Ben's model of a Greek temple!

We all love Ben's model of a Greek temple! 1

A superb animal habitat from Erin.

A superb animal habitat from Erin. 1

Our home learning just keeps getting bigger...

Our home learning just keeps getting bigger... 1

...and bigger!

...and bigger! 1

So much effort went into David's model of a Greek temple.

So much effort went into David's model of a Greek temple. 1

We'll soon have enough temples to build our own Greek city! Thank you, Elizabeth, Nicola and Maja.

We'll soon have enough temples to build our own Greek city! Thank you, Elizabeth, Nicola and Maja. 1
We'll soon have enough temples to build our own Greek city! Thank you, Elizabeth, Nicola and Maja. 2
We'll soon have enough temples to build our own Greek city! Thank you, Elizabeth, Nicola and Maja. 3

Manraj, I really like your book poster!

Manraj, I really like your book poster! 1

A lovely miniature Greek temple carefully made by Elsie.

A lovely miniature Greek temple carefully made by Elsie. 1

We have been performing different poems in groups. Please enjoy 'The Pasture' by Robert Frost, performed by Evie, Bethany, Elizabeth, Holly and Nancy.

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Can you see the statue of Athena inside Bethany's model of the Pathenon?

Can you see the statue of Athena inside Bethany's model of the Pathenon? 1

Look out for Elliot's Greek temple.

Look out for Elliot's Greek temple. 1

Ben's excellent Greek shield

Ben's excellent Greek shield 1

Holly's amazing Greek sword and shield

Holly's amazing Greek sword and shield 1
Holly's amazing Greek sword and shield 2

Evie shared this video with the class as part of her home learning.

Look carefully at Maja's fabulous Greek labyrinth. Can you find the way out.

Look carefully at Maja's fabulous Greek labyrinth. Can you find the way out. 1

More labyrinths from Holly and Anastazja

More labyrinths from Holly and Anastazja 1
More labyrinths from Holly and Anastazja 2

Airidas looks fantastic wearing his Spartan helmet.

Airidas looks fantastic wearing his Spartan helmet. 1

Can you tell which Greek God or Goddess we are?

Our first Viking model has arrived! Thank you, Elsie.

Our first Viking model has arrived! Thank you, Elsie. 1

More fabulous home learning from Evie. Do you know what she has made?

More fabulous home learning from Evie. Do you know what she has made? 1

Elizabeth looks like a perfect Viking!

Elizabeth looks like a perfect Viking! 1

Nicola has baked biscuits for everyone!

Nicola has baked biscuits for everyone! 1

Bethany found a recipe for Viking bread. She let everyone try a piece and even had honey for dipping it in!

Bethany found a recipe for Viking bread. She let everyone try a piece and even had honey for dipping it in! 1

Thank you, Holly. Your chocolate biscuits were a lovely way to end Monday afternoon!

Thank you, Holly. Your chocolate biscuits were a lovely way to end Monday afternoon! 1

David looks like a perfect Viking with his incredible shield.

David looks like a perfect Viking with his incredible shield. 1

Elizabeth has spent ages decorating her biscuits to look like Viking shields. Fabulous home learning effort!

Elizabeth has spent ages decorating her biscuits to look like Viking shields. Fabulous home learning effort! 1

Bethany's home learning presentation explaining all about Valhalla

Just some of our wonderful World Book Day costumes in Class 5. Can you you name the book characters?

Amazing! Elizabeth has recorded her own song for home learning this week.

Amazing! Elizabeth has recorded her own song for home learning this week.  1

Have a listen to 'Unicorn' by The Mythical

Ben's home learning of a Viking longboat. This is a great clay model!

Ben's home learning of a Viking longboat. This is a great clay model! 1

The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise?

The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 1
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 2
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 3
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 4
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 5
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 6
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 7
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 8
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 9
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 10
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 11
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 12
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 13
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 14
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 15
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 16
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 17
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 18
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 19
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 20
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 21
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 22
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 23
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 24
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 25
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 26
The children have really enjoyed creating their portraits in the style of Julian Opie. How many can you recognise? 27

Bethany has researched and made an impressive Viking drinking horn for her home learning.

Bethany has researched and made an impressive Viking drinking horn for her home learning. 1

Evie has created another presentation for us to enjoy. This time she is showing us her own Julian Opie style portraits.

Elizabeth is busy preparing for Easter!

Elizabeth is busy preparing for Easter! 1
Elizabeth is busy preparing for Easter! 2
Elizabeth is busy preparing for Easter! 3
Elizabeth is busy preparing for Easter! 4

We enjoyed the RESPECT song in assembly. Listen carefully to the words and continue to make good choices!

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