Year 5

Week beginning 2/7/18

 

English

In English,we will also be describing life during the Second World War looking at The Blitz

Spellings: Children will be continuing with Brodie spellings to be learnt at home each week and tested in class.

 

Maths

Mrs. Wilson's set:  We are learning about area and perimeter and working on inverse calculations.

Miss Phillips' set:  We are  learning about fractions.

We will be continuing with the Inspire scheme, as well as Big Maths CLIC tests and regular times table tests.

World War I and II

This term we are historians. Our topic is 'World Wars', We will be following enquiry led learning and generating our own intriguing questions, we hope to equip ourselves with the knowledge and skills to generate a full understanding and appreciation for this vastly involved topic.

Drawing all of our learning together, our very own 'historical investigation' is sure to thrill and intrigue you all as it includes two very exciting trips.

We will look at aspects of war including propaganda, Anderson shelters and what life was like as an evacuee.

 

Common Exception Words

Common Exception Words

Common words that children may find difficult to decode and spell, but are expected to know by the end of Year 6!

Science

  • As scientists we will understand evolution and inheritance
    • Recognise that living things have changed over time and that fossils provide information about living things that inhabited the Earth millions of years ago.

    Recognise that living things produce offspring of the same kind, but normally offspring vary and are not identical to their parents.

    Identify how animals and plants are adapted to suit their environment in different ways and that adaptation may lead to evolution

PSHE

Schemes of Work:

Puberty

Bulletins:

Swimming will be every Friday morning, you need a towel, swimming costume and a hat.

Remember to bring your reading challenge slips back each Monday and hand it in in the morning.

Keep practicing the songs for Matilda, you will sound brilliant!

 

General Information

Georgians - Mrs. Wilson

Stuarts - Miss Phillips

Homework

Each week the children are given a spelling list to learn for a test (usually on  Monday).

They will also be given a short task to enrich the learning they have done in class that week.

For maths, mymaths homework is often set and is due each Wednesday.

Remember, if you get stuck and need help, please come to see us before your homework is due in so we can help you!