Year 5 2021 - 2022
28.2.22 Message from Mrs Jarvis
This half term we will contiune learning about WWII in out topic lessons as well as making bread in our DT lessons.
Our Christian Value for this half term is...
How can you show forgiveness this half term?
In English the theme will be ...
In English this half term we will be using the text ‘The Tear Thief’ by Carol Ann Duffy.
There will also be additional writing opportunities including letters, and diary entries.
Year 5 and 6 Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation
In Class 8 We are reading:
Fireweed by Jill Paton Walsh
Maths : To see what we are learning about in Maths look at our newsletter.
History: World War II
Art and Design: Bread
PE: Swimming and Volleyball.
Science: Earth and Space
French: Our School
ICT: Purple Mash Game Creator
Music: Fresh Prince of Bel Air and songs of WWII
RE: People of God
PSHE: Don’t rub it in, rub it out
Swimming kit will be needed on a Wednesday for Year 5 until July (One piece swimming costume for girls, or swimming shorts above the knee for boys). If your child requires goggles, you will need to provide a note confirming this for the swimming teachers
Indoor kit will be needed by all on Friday for Gymnastics with the sports coach (School Yellow PE top, black shorts, pumps) Football tops will not be allowed.
Please note PE kit can be left in school for the half term. It is important that children have their PE kit ready for lessons as children who do not have
Spelling: Children will be set spellings on a Friday to be tested the following Friday.
English and Maths:
Year 5 Homework will be set on a Friday and is due in on Wednesday. English and Maths will be set on alternate weeks.
Reading: Please listen to your child read at home and sign their Reading Record. We would like children to read at home at least 3x per week. Reading Records will be checked every week and we aim to listen to children read in school once per week.
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