Welcome to Year 5

year 5

 Our 2019 – 20 curriculum map can be found here:

Year 5 2019-2020 overview

Reading VIPERS for parents

We use our CLIC values to help us to learn to the best of our ability. We believe that every child has the right-

CLICC– to be a confident communicator

L– to learn

I– to improve their health

C– to be part of a community

At Netley Abbey Junior School, these ideas underpin all of our learning. With this in mind, please take some time to see what we have been up to in class.

If you would like any further information about our curriculum, please feel free to talk to our class teachers in the first instance who should be able to answer any queries. After talking to the class teacher, if there are any further enquires, they can be directed toward our head teacher.

 

Homework help

 

Please see the link on key grammatical terms that your child will be learning about.

A Parents Guide to Grammar

Recommended Reads

Many parents have asked if we can recommend age-appropriate challenging texts for their child.

Below are links to two book lists of ‘recommended reads’ which are suitable for Year 5 Readers and for More Able Readers:

SLS Booklists Recommended Reads Year 5

SLS Booklists Able Readers at KS2

Mrs Kreft — Sellwood

Mr Archer and Mrs Hance — Moore

Miss Hansell — Crescent (Year 5 Lead)

We would like children to have their PE kit in school every day, however, we understand that they do need washing. P.E. kits will be sent home at the end of each term. 

PEOur PE days are-

Sellwood: Monday and Friday

Moore: Monday and Tuesday

Crescent: Wednesday and Thursday

Homework is given out on a Friday and is collected in on the following Wednesday.

Homework includes either an English or maths task related to the work taught that week or may be a revision of a concept taught earlier in the term. Weekly spellings are also given and these will include important key words, as well as words with a particular pattern or rule.

Occasionally there may be a project based task related to our class topic which would be completed over several weeks. This may be science, geography or history based and would encourage the children to complete their own research on an area that interests them.

Children are also expected to read regularly, updating their reading logs, and practise their times tables.

Tasks should take approximately an hour a week.

Autumn

We are so proud of Year 5 for settling back in so quickly. They have shown excellent behaviours for learning! This term we will be looking at Earth and Space in our science and Roman Britain in our history.

In our English lessons, we have been looking at a video called “The Unsung Hero”, reminding ourselves of expanded noun phrases and fronted adverbials.

Up next we will be re-looking at Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls, punctuating speech correctly and writing biographies.