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Mrs Roberts & Mrs Padgett will be working in Year 5 this year.

 

Important Dates

 

5th September - Return to school for the first day of Autumn Term

29th September - INSET Day - School closed for pupils

21st-29th - October Half Term

11th December - INSET Day - School closed for pupils

23rd December - 7th January - Christmas Holidays School closed 

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To be organised, you will need:
Home School contact books/Read write inc log books - every day

Accelerated reader books and spelling books- every day
PE kit on a Thursday.
Water bottles on return to school

 

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This term we will be basing much of our learning around the book

 Room 13 by Robert Swindells 

 

We will also be learning about Ancient Greece in our Theme Week on 26th June 2017

 
   
 
   
 
   

Summer term curriculum overview

Summer homework menu

A wonderful tea party for Mrs Keeling and Mrs Hartley

British Science Week 2017

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Look at our amazing sentence work.

We used our layers of learning to structure our writing!

LOOK AT OUR WRITING!

We have been reading about Beowulf and it has inspired our writing

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Layers of learning - peer critique on sentence work

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Courtney's Danegeld poem

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Harry's Danegeld poem

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In year 5, the children will be given homework every week; This will be either Maths, English or Science.

Spellings are essential so it is an expectation that your child regularly practices their individual spelling list in preparation for their weekly spelling tests.

 

A topic homework menu will be sent home at the start of each term. Children can opt to complete these as additional homework in order to gain 5 extra team points.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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We also expect that your child reads at every opportunity. 

If you would like to support your child's reading at home, you could:

- discuss key characters and settings

- make a list of unfamiliar words and their meanings

- discuss the book with your child and the events that occur

 

Please ensure that your child is completing homework and bringing it into school on the days it is due in. We appreciate all the hard work you do with your child at home.smiley

 

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