...Welcome to Year 5...
Homework is now set on the website and should be handed in on Teams. There will be an assignment posted. Homework is set on a Monday and must be on Teams by Friday!
You can request a paper version and hand in by hand or you can email the work.
The homework can be found in the links below.
If you need any assistance with resources or school work please contact us as you have been doing so far. Contacting through Teams is the quickest.
PE at Home
With the weather being wet and cold, it can be hard to find the space and conditions to do PE from home. Panathlon have some nice ideas for sport you can do in the house.
Attached below are all the sheets for the times table programme. I will outline which week we are on in the planning. I am unable to separate the document as it is provided as a PDF but it will allow you to print off the sheet you want.
Welcome to the Year 5 page.
Your teachers in Year 5 are Mr Williams and Mrs Harden. Mrs Taylor is our teaching assistant and supports children with their learning across both classes.
If you wish to contact us then please feel free to e-mail, ring or catch us on the playground after school.
It has been a very different year with a great many challenges already and we will strive to make the return to school as smooth as possible, whilst doing all we can to support the children. There will be parts of the curriculum that have been missed, but you do not need to worry, as we will incorporate these into the teaching over the coming months. If you have any worries about any particular parts of the curriculum missed please feel free to contact us and talk with us.
The Year 5 Team
Mr Williams, Mrs Harden and Mrs Taylor
PE Kit and days
Planning Days (PPA)
Year 5 Term overview
Multiplication and Division
In Year 5, the expectations in maths have changed significantly. ALL children are expected to know their times tables, up to 12x12, by heart and with instant recall, by the end of Year 4. The new curriculum focuses heavily on calculation strategies, particularly for multiplication and division, so it is essential that the children work at learning these at home. They are a key skill which they will use throughout their lives.
We are having a huge push on our times tables at the moment as it forms a key part of what we must know to move forwards in our learning. We would really appreciate any help with the learning of this key skill please. If you need some help with suggestions, please see the resources below or come and ask one of the team for some support.
We study both Christianity and Buddhism in Year 5.