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Year 5 - Emus

 Welcome to Emus! 

Welcome to our Year 5 class page.

My name is Miss Uzzell and I am so excited to meet you, get to know you, and have a fun year back at school working hard as a team! 

 

Our first topic this term is Anglo-Saxons! We will be learning why the Anglo-Saxons invaded Britain, look at writing in runes and learning about the art and culture of the times. In Science we will be learning all about Earth and Space. 

 

Here you will find important information regarding our Year 5 curriculum as well keys dates regarding homework and PE days. 

 

 

Year 5 Information PowerPoint

Reading at home

Reading is an essential skill that children use throughout their learning. Please ensure that your child/ren are reading for 10-15 minutes everyday at home. This can be their coloured band book, OTTER book or any other book they have at home. Please then ensure that their reading record is filled in with the date, name of book, comment on your child/ren's reading and sign. 

 

 

Homework

It is important to ensure your child does the homework they are set. This will include reading, spellings and maths. 

 

- Maths and spelling activities are set on a THURSDAY.
- Homework is handed in / spellings tested on a TUESDAY.
- Children will also be tested weekly on their times tables this will take place on a Friday. Please practise these at home with your child/ren. 
 
-Homework help drop in sessions will be on Tuesday lunchtimes for anyone who needs help or wasn’t sure what to do with their homework.

P.E Days

This term our PE units will be invasion games and fitness.
Our PE days will be Wednesday and Fridays.
Children should come to school wearing their P.E kits on these days.
 
Please ensure that they are wearing white tops, black/navy shorts, socks, trainers or plimsolls. In colder weather, the children will be able to wear a plain black or navy tracksuit.
As usual, long hair needs to be tied back and earrings removed before coming to school.

Curious Minds Curriculum

The Curious Minds Curriculum aims to grow curious and productive learners, who endeavour to think, question and seek new knowledge through a multidimensional learning experience that supports and challenges every child to:

 

1. Engage in deliberate practice to master knowledge and skill

2. Explore enriching experiences

3. Inspire joy in learning and reading

4. Grow character and meta-learning

5. Thrive with supportive partnerships


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