Year 5

Year 5

5M 5S
Mr Mould Miss Stone
Mrs Caine, Mrs Goldstraw, Mrs Tideswell

Mrs Wiley

Meet the team

 

5M class teacher - Mr Mould

5S class teacher - Miss Stone

Year 5 Teaching assistants - Mrs Wiley and Mrs Caine

Support Staff - Mrs Goldstraw and Mrs Tideswell

 

Topics

Autumn Term

Choctastic

In the autumn term our topic is Choctastic. In English, we look at Roald Dhal's famous book; 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' and write a variety of text types based on it .e.g. a newspaper article, a narrative, poetry and a diary recount. During topic lessons, we look closely at the Mayan history in History lessons; materials and their properties in Science; comparing South America to the United Kingdom in Geography; desigining and creating a brochure on Mexico in Computing; looking at the different denominations of Christianity in Religious Education; designing a chocolate bar in Design and Technology and Wassily Kadinsky in Art.

 

Spring Term

Vicious Vikings

In the spring term our topic is Vicious Vikings where the children look closely at the Viking era. In English we look at a variety of books including the Horibble Histories book 'Vicious Vikings' and 'The Lost Viking'. In topic lessons, the children will learn about Vikings in History; humans, animals and their habitats in Science; studying Hinduism in Religious Education and sketching animals, viking weapons and nordic Gods in Art.

 

Summer Term

To Infinity and Beyond

Finally, in the summer term year 5's topic is based on Space. Year 5 look at Neil Armstrong's autobiography in English and will create autobiographies, newspaper articles and diary recounts based on it. In topic lessons children will be learning about space and forces in Science; the Earth and how we have the different climates in Geography; the religion of Islam in Religious Education; how to control computers using Scratch in Computing; building a moon buggy in Design and Technology and using the artist Peter Thorpe's art work to inspire their owh art work in Art.

 

General Information

Physical Education

During the autumn term, children will complete a 10 week course of swimming lessons. Children will learn a variety of skills in the different areas of the PE curriculum including football, rugby, athletics, dance and rounders.

French

Across the school, children are taught French from year 3. Children will learn general greetings, food, boulangerie, money, colours, the body and telling the time in French. Whilst children are in year 5 and 6, they will be given the opportunity to visit France for a 5 day educational visit.

Year 5 Expectations

Children will be given a Maths and English homework every week. Both pieces are expected to be completed and returned to their class teacher. Children should spend a maximum of 20 minutes on each piece of homework. Along with Maths and English homework, children will be given spelling homework where they will practice their spellings and be tested every 5 weeks. Children should read at least three times a week and practise their Marvellous Multiplications ready to be tested each week.

Trips and WOW Days

Year 5 will plan a trip based around one of their topics. In the past, year 5 have visited Cabury's World for the Chocastic topic and Jodrell Bank for the To Infinity and Beyond topic. As well as trips, WOW days will be planned for topics that the children don't go on a trip for.

Click here to see our long term curriculum plan for Year 5.

 


Year 5

5M 5S
Mr Mould Miss Stone
Mrs Caine, Mrs Goldstraw, Mrs Tideswell

Mrs Wiley

Meet the team

 

5M class teacher - Mr Mould

5S class teacher - Miss Stone

Year 5 Teaching assistants - Mrs Wiley and Mrs Caine

Support Staff - Mrs Goldstraw and Mrs Tideswell

 

Topics

Autumn Term

Choctastic

In the autumn term our topic is Choctastic. In English, we look at Roald Dhal's famous book; 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' and write a variety of text types based on it .e.g. a newspaper article, a narrative, poetry and a diary recount. During topic lessons, we look closely at the Mayan history in History lessons; materials and their properties in Science; comparing South America to the United Kingdom in Geography; desigining and creating a brochure on Mexico in Computing; looking at the different denominations of Christianity in Religious Education; designing a chocolate bar in Design and Technology and Wassily Kadinsky in Art.

 

Spring Term

Vicious Vikings

In the spring term our topic is Vicious Vikings where the children look closely at the Viking era. In English we look at a variety of books including the Horibble Histories book 'Vicious Vikings' and 'The Lost Viking'. In topic lessons, the children will learn about Vikings in History; humans, animals and their habitats in Science; studying Hinduism in Religious Education and sketching animals, viking weapons and nordic Gods in Art.

 

Summer Term

To Infinity and Beyond

Finally, in the summer term year 5's topic is based on Space. Year 5 look at Neil Armstrong's autobiography in English and will create autobiographies, newspaper articles and diary recounts based on it. In topic lessons children will be learning about space and forces in Science; the Earth and how we have the different climates in Geography; the religion of Islam in Religious Education; how to control computers using Scratch in Computing; building a moon buggy in Design and Technology and using the artist Peter Thorpe's art work to inspire their owh art work in Art.

 

General Information

Physical Education

During the autumn term, children will complete a 10 week course of swimming lessons. Children will learn a variety of skills in the different areas of the PE curriculum including football, rugby, athletics, dance and rounders.

French

Across the school, children are taught French from year 3. Children will learn general greetings, food, boulangerie, money, colours, the body and telling the time in French. Whilst children are in year 5 and 6, they will be given the opportunity to visit France for a 5 day educational visit.

Year 5 Expectations

Children will be given a Maths and English homework every week. Both pieces are expected to be completed and returned to their class teacher. Children should spend a maximum of 20 minutes on each piece of homework. Along with Maths and English homework, children will be given spelling homework where they will practice their spellings and be tested every 5 weeks. Children should read at least three times a week and practise their Marvellous Multiplications ready to be tested each week.

Trips and WOW Days

Year 5 will plan a trip based around one of their topics. In the past, year 5 have visited Cabury's World for the Chocastic topic and Jodrell Bank for the To Infinity and Beyond topic. As well as trips, WOW days will be planned for topics that the children don't go on a trip for.

Click here to see our long term curriculum plan for Year 5.

 

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