Welcome to the Year 5 class page.
Hello everyone and welcome back. It has been great to have the children back in school. The children have settled in well and have been working hard. We will revert back to Monday and Thursday for PE, with children coming to school dressed in their PE kits. Homework will continue to be set on Microsoft Teams. The spellings for this half term are also available on Teams and in the download section on our class page.
If you have any concerns please let me know via the class email; email@example.com
Please find below an overview that will support children in Year 5:
|Who works in the class?||Mr McCrudden, Mrs Hughes and Mrs Gresty teach in year 5.|
|What are this term’s topics?||A whole school topic grid is on the curriculum page of the website. Individual year group grids are on class pages.|
|When are spelling tests?||Friday|
|When are arithmetic/mental maths tests?||Wednesday|
|When is homework sent out?||English and maths homework is set each week on Thursday via Microsoft Teams and should be returned the following Wednesday. Even if children complete their homework on a piece of paper make sure they click the hand in button.|
|What are procedures for reading books?||Reading skills are taught in English lessons. Reading books are the responsibility of your child and should be noted in their reading record.|
|When are PE days?||Monday and Thursday. We will be doing cricket. Please come to school dressed in your kit.|
|PE kit is coloured house t-shirt (red, green, yellow or blue depending on house), black shorts and black pumps. Kit should be in school ready for every PE lesson. Please make sure that children’s PE kit is clearly named.|
|Rewards for hard work & good behaviour.||All children can earn house-points for their house and for themselves, Smile & Good Work assemblies, Maths stars and Class reward charts|
|Consequences for lack of effort and poor behaviour||Behaviour boards – green – amber – red. Letters home for 3 Always tickets in a week lost or 3 Reflection Room sessions at lunchtime over a half-term|