Year 5

Ms V Travis
Teacher
Ms V Travis
Geography and History Lead
Mrs A Killick
Teacher
Mrs A Killick
Music Leader
Mrs K Smith
Teaching Assistant
Mrs K Smith
Speech and Language

Year 5 Curriculum Projects

Year 5 Project - Time Traveller

Tick, tock, tick, tock. The hands on the clock never stop. From the moment we are born, from toddler to teen, middle age to elderly, time stops for no man. Find out what happens to our bodies and brains as we grow older, and how we cope with these changes. How long does a human baby take to grow inside the womb? Does it take longer than an elephant calf? Or a kitten? Take a good look at yourself. How has your face changed since you were a baby and how will it change as you grow older? Can you photograph it, change it, age it? And what would happen if the clock struck 13? In Tom’s Midnight Garden, he travels to the past. Imagine that you could time travel too. When would you like to travel to and what would you like to see? Will you head back to your past or into your future? You decide.

Innovate Challenge - Build a time machine

ComputingDigital portraits; Data logging; Research

Art and Design - Photography; Great artists -  Andy Warhol, Salvador Dali; Collage

Design and Technology -  Selecting materials

Geography - Local community

History - Changes over the last century

Science - Animals, including humans; Living things and their habitats; Working scientifically

Science Investigations - Do we slow down as we get older?

Year 5 Key Information

 

 

In Year 5 PE lessons are timetabled for Wednesday and Friday every week. 

Spelling Tests will take place every Thursday

English

Next week we will be basing our written work on the short film 'Home Sweet Home'.

Maths

Next week we will be;

  1. revising what is a fraction
  2. finding equivalent fractions
  3. solving problems using our knowledge of equivalent fractions.

Keep the baby photos coming!  We have them up on display in the classroom and are having lots of fun at guessing who is who!

 

 

We have been busy planting seeds, bulbs and potatoes in the school allotment.  In science we investigated plant reproduction by dissecting and examining flowers.

  

Class 5 have presented their written work based on the book 'Fox' by Margaret Wild.

This week's homework is;

  • read for at least 10 minutes everyday and record in your reading record. 
  • learn your spellings for the test on Thursday - remember that you can log on to spelling shed at home

Primary Education Secondary Education (PESE) Transfer 

A meeting was held on Monday 24th May to share information with parents regarding the process of transfer to secondary education. An invite to this meeting was sent out, via email on 14th May, with the details to the virtual meeting. If you were unable to make the meeting the key information can be found in the document attached below, PESE 2022 Entry. 

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the school office.