Welcome to Class 5, where we are enthusiastic about learning!
Teacher: Miss Thorpe
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Hunter
What are we doing this term?
Addition and Subtraction
Multiplication and Division
The Journey of the River Sea
|Science||Living things and their habitats|
|RE||God - What does it mean for a God to be holy and loving?|
Rainforest - Henri Rousseau
Pop Art inspired by Romero Britto
Monday and Friday
Please ensure your child has their PE kit in school on these days
Times Tables Rockstars
In Year 5, children should already be able to recall their times tables up to 12 x 12. To help them to be able to recall them instantly and in any order, we are now using Times Tables Rockstars in school.This is a safe, online way for children to learn their times tables and the more they play, the more virtual coins they earn to buy things for their rock star character! Children can access the website from home and logins are stuck into their homework diaries.
Bug Club is a fantastic website where each child has been allocated a variety of online books and maths activities, relevant to their stage of learning, which they can enjoy at home.
Visit https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/login?c=0 and type in your school username and password. The school code, if needed, should be in their homework diaries.
In Class 5, the Maths and English homework will include revision of some key areas of the curriculum to reinforce topics that we are covering in class. Research Homework provides the opportunity for pupils to choose what type of work they want (an information poster, powerpoint, baking, a piece of art, poetry etc) linked to a title. The aim for this homework is that children do independent research to produce a well-presented piece of homework. We have a display in class for wonderful investigations!
As well as this, Class 5 have spellings taken from the statutory spelling lists for key stage two. These are given on a Monday and tested on a Friday. Reading at home is just as important in key stage two as in the early years in school. Children are expected to read at home twice a week. A balance of reading aloud and reading independently but then discussing what they have read with an adult, is fantastic. Each time a child reads at home, they will receive a sticker on their bookmark. A total of 20 stickers = a dip into the very exciting prize box!