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Year 5

Welcome to the Year 5 page

 

Here you can find out about our curriculum, expectations and how you can support your children at home. 

 

 

The Year 5 Team

5E - Eva Ibbotson                                5O - SF Said

 Teacher: Mr W Emmens                   Teacher: Mr R O'Malley

     Teaching assistant: Miss V Gale         Teaching assistants: Mrs K Mason

                                                                                                          Miss L Noble

 

Weekly Overview

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Phase assembly

Singing assembly (every 2nd week)

Class assembly

RSHE/Ask-it basket questions

Library time

Simmering maths

Simmering maths

Simmering maths

Simmering maths

Simmering maths

Maths

Maths

Maths

Maths

Maths

Break time

Break time

Break time

Break time

Break time

Reading skills

Reading skills

Reading skills

Reading skills

Reading skills

RWI spelling

RWI spelling

RWI spelling

RWI spelling

RWI spelling

English

English

English

English

English

Lunch time

Lunch time

Lunch time

Lunch time

Lunch time

Whole-class reading

Whole-class reading

Whole-class reading

Whole-class reading

Whole-class reading

PE (indoor)

PE (outdoor)

Curriculum

Mandarin

Curriculum

Curriculum

Curriculum

RSHE

Celebration assembly

Reading at home

Children who read regularly achieve better throughout their school lives. Reading has many benefits including concentration, language skills and a boost to creativity and imagination. In Year 5, we regularly promote the importance of reading.

 

There is a daily session where we read to the children. Our current text is always on display in our classrooms. In addition to this, there are VIPERS (Reading skills) lessons every day to help improve fluency, comprehension and other vital skills

 

How can you help?

Each child has their own reading record. We expect the children to read for 20 minutes every day and that this is signed off by a parent in their reading record. We understand that there are many things that can make this difficult, however reading is the most fundamental way to support your child's learning. If there is an evening where you are unable to read with your child, please strongly encourage them to read independently and sign their diary to show that they have done this.

 

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