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Year 5 Class Mexico (room 12)– Miss Harding Class Spain (room 13) – Mrs Downes/Mrs Palmer Class USA (room 14) – Miss Perry Mrs Hussey and Mrs K
Structure of the day • Springboard (9. 00 – 9. 40) includes guided reading, independent target work and small group work • English (9. 40 – 10. 40) • Break (10. 40 -10. 55) • Class book (10. 55 – 11. 15) • Maths (11. 15 – 12. 15) • Afternoons – assembly, topic, PE, etc (Monday afternoon – Enrichment)
Topic Themes • Mainly topic based • Some discreet subjects Term 1 2 3 4 5 6 Year 5 topic Where in the World? The Maya Civilisation Earth in Space Viking Invasion! Chocolate Fireguards? Circle of Life MFC project
Uniform • School uniform details are on the website. • Ear-rings – only small studs – no hoops or dangling earrings. • If a child is unable to wear a correct part of the uniform (e. g. shoes left at a friend’s house) – please just send in a note to let us know why.
P. E. • Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons (but kit should be in school all week – in case we get any other opportunities). • Kits Outdoor - Trainers, tracksuit bottoms, long sleeve top over t-shirt in house colours Indoor – shorts, t-shirt in house colours • Ear-rings – for 6 weeks after having ears pierced, children can tape their ear-rings but need to bring their own tape. After 6 weeks ear-rings must be removed.
Homework • Termly ‘learning’ homework – points go towards house cup. • Occasional topic-based homework. • Spellings (aim for 3 x per week before testing on Thursday). • Times tables (these are a priority – if your child struggles, daily practice is vital). • Reading – 3 x per week – record each day’s reading in your child’s reading record (and sign each one). Records will be collected in by the class teacher each week.
Reading • Children will read to teacher every week as part of guided reading (Springboard). • Changing reading books. • Reading at home. • Children’s reading record - continue to work towards next free book. • There will be an expectation on reading outside of school and the children will be taking responsibility for this.
Maths • Groups. • Multiplication tables – bronze, silver, gold, platinum, master and challenge awards. • Strategies as shown on family maths day.
Spellings • Children will be in spelling groups. • The spellings will involve a spelling rule or pattern or will be vocabulary to help with other learning, e. g. topic or maths words. • Look, say, cover, write, check will be encouraged. • The children will have a chance to practise these in class. • Each Thursday, we will have a spelling test.
Expectations • Organisation - bringing things in on time – homework, reading records, reading books, PE kit. • Resilience – have a go, don’t give up when the going gets tough! • Teamwork – children will need to work in groups with many different children. • Taking responsibility for their own learning – they are the ones who can make a difference!
Water and tuck money • Water bottles – keep in class, not bags – use appropriately. • Tuck money to be given to the teacher in a named envelope or purse. • Playtimes outdoors – coats!
Communication • If there any issues that we need to know about, please do come and see us. • After school is preferable. • If it is really urgent, please try to find us before 8. 40 am.