Year 5


Mrs Browne 


Mrs Leighton


Mr Harding


Mrs Heath

5B and 5K (PM)

Mrs Bell


Mrs Brill


Miss Wickenden


Mrs Bickmore

5K (AM)

Mrs Davies 

5K (PM)

Welcome to Year 5. We are really excited to be welcoming you back and we have lots of exciting learning planned for this term


Important Details

*Children should bring in Home School Diaries and Reading Books in every day. Your child's reading book will either be a book banded book or a book from the library.

Homework (Spelling and MyMaths) will start the w/c 7th September.

Learning Logs will start w/c 14th September.


Spelling Shed homework to be completed by today (set on Thursday)

Learning Logs will be set on a Monday. Children will then have two weeks to complete it for them to hand it in on a Monday.


PE - Children to come to school in PE kit:

Shorts/Jogging Bottoms

House colour t-shirt


School Jumper/cardigan or dark jumper






PE - Children to come to school in PE kit 

MyMaths homework to be completed by today. (set on Monday)







Maths Websites

Maths homework this half term will be set on mymaths. The children's mymaths login details are inside their home school diaries.

As well as the mymaths activities we would like the children to keep Practising your Times tables.

Great for practising maths facts.


Termly Curriculum Focus: 

Our Topic this term is Ancient Greece


Place Value - Reading, writing, comparing, ordering and rounding numbers to 1 000 000

Addition and Subtraction - whole numbers with more than 4 digits, using inverse to check and rounding to estimate.

Statistics - reading, interpreting and drawing line graphs and tables.  Reading and understanding Timetables.

Multiplication and Division - multiples, factors, common factors, prime numbers, square numbers, cube numbers, inverse operations and multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000

Perimeter and Area - measure and calculate perimeter, find unknown lengths, area of rectangles and compound shapes and estimate and approximate area.



Writing to inform: This half term we are exploring the narrative poem 'The Highwayman' and writing news reports based on the events in the story.

Writing to entertain: Children will then be writing a narrative using the different characters in the highwayman and their perspectives on the events.

Welcome Video


English Websites

Spelling homework will be set weekly on Spelling shed. 

The children's spelling shed login details are inside their home school diaries.

Authorfy brings readers and writers closer together through interactive video masterclasses and fun downloadable activities. A great site for encouraging both reading and writing.






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