5G’s Class Page

Miss Garlick, Mrs. Roy and Mr. Hyde.

25 incredible pupils.

Key info:

Daily Reader Expectation

In Year 5 there is an expectation that all children read at least 10-15 pages of their book every day at home.

They should then fill out their Reading Record 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 whilst we chat about books and what each child is reading.

 Weekly homework (due every Friday):

  1. ReadTheory– 3 x comprehensions https://readtheory.org/auth/login
  2. Times Table Rockstars–  Ten games on Garage https://play.ttrockstars.com/
  3. Numbots- Ten minutes of any game play (could be completed in one sitting of 14 minutes) https://play.numbots.com/
  4. Spelling Shed-5 x games (logged in to assignment mode) https://play.edshed.com/

FAQS:

  • All homework set in Year 5 can be completed on any device (e.g. P.C., laptop, tablet, smart phone).
  • All homework programs used have free apps (except Spelling Shed- please do not download this app) and can also be accessed using internet browsers (so that they don’t take up memory space on devices).
  • All children are trained on how to access and use the homework programs.
  • All children have copies of their login details (both a paper copy and a copy on Google Classroom under ‘Logins’).
  • All homework programs are highly intuitive and can be used by children completely independently of any adult assistance.
  • All children have some time in school to work towards their homework goals.

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 on Thursdays.

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

  • Swimming will commence during Year 5. More details to follow.

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

If you have any questions, please catch Miss Garlick in the 5G classroom either after school, or in the morning before 09:50.

Below is our class blog where you can find information about our learning adventures past and present 😊

Latest from 5G

Topic Homework- History

Topic Homework Ancient Egyptians

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Autumn 2: History- The Ancient Egyp…

Year 5’s new topic is: The Ancient Egyptians! In this history topic, we are going to dive into the World of the Ancient Egyptians… their Gods, their burial practices, their Geography and how they lived their day to day lives.

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History Week: The Normans

It was a wet day but Year 5 learned so much about our local History. England’s dark history, with tales of persecution, incarceration, punishment and execution, has been lived out over the centuries within the confines of Lancaster Castle. And now, after almost 1,000 years as an imposing and impenet…

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Topic Homework: The Ancient Egyptia…

Thank you to all of our Year 5 pupils who got stuck into their topic homework last half term. We saw handmade books, letters and research all about our science topic! Our new topic is the Ancient Egyptians! Please see the attached homework menu. Please encourage your child to complete at least one o…

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Light Up Lancaster Project

Year 5 have been enjoying a wonderful opportunity to visit the Trowbarrow Nature Reserve and work with artists to create The Wyrm of  Trowbarrow (a mythical creature who lives in the reserve). Incredibly, this artwork is going to be one of the art installations at this year’s Light Up Lancaster fest…

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Visit to Sunderland Point

Year 5 enjoyed an unforgettable time exploring the History and nature of Sunderland Point. We experimented with pin-hole cameras, danced like birds, found treasure on the beach, and learned the sad History of a young boy who died there over 200 years ago.

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