5G’s Class Page

Mr. Kearns, Mrs. Roy and Mrs. Barlow.

PPA Teachers: Mr. Hyde and Mr. Sorrell.

Key info:

Daily Reader Expectation

In Year 5, there is an expectation that all children read every night.

We would like children to bring their Reading Records to school with the date, the pages which they read, and any comments on what they read. The Reading Records should be returned to school each morning, where they are checked each morning.

We have decided not to set a minimum amount of how much should be read, but the number of pages read will be noted by staff each morning.

 Weekly homework (due every Friday)

Every Monday, children will be given a paper based homework task that they will take home. This will consist of a spelling task, a writing task and a maths task. It is expected that children will complete this and hand it in by Friday morning.

Half-termly Homework

Each half term, we study a new exciting History, Geography or Science topic! With each new topic comes an opportunity for creative and fun learning to take place at home as we send home 9 ideas for homework projects to be completed in collaboration with others. We encourage our pupils to complete one of the 9 ideas (although the more, the merrier). We absolutely love seeing the weird and wonderful things which Year 5 pupils make and bring in to school each year.

Physical Education

  • P.E. is every Monday.

KIT: trainers, trackie bottoms/ leggings, shorts, school House p.e. t-shirt, jumper/hoody

  • Swimming will commence during Year 5. This will be taking place every Thursday.

KIT: Swimming costume/ swimming trunks (not shorts), towel and cap (for long hair)

If you have any questions, please catch Mr. Kearns in the 5G classroom either after school, or in the morning before 09:00.

Below is our class blog where you can find information about our current learning adventures 😊

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Topic Homework- Science Please find below some suggested homework activities for Year 5 pupils to enjoy getting stuck into as we study our science topic ‘Properties and Changes of Materials’. The ‘peri-ometer’ suggests how difficult, or easy each idea is. These projects are great when enjoyed as a f…

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