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5G - Mrs Green supported by Mrs Dines.

5M - Mr Mears supported by Mrs Hunt.

5H - Miss Hathaway supported by Mrs Wallace

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 5

Autumn Term

Year 5 marks the move for children from lower to upper Key Stage 2. The essence of this year is to provide the children with many opportunities to gain in independence and to seek out and accept greater responsibility. Our Year 5 children become hot dinner monitors and can learn to be ‘good buddies’ for our younger children. They will participate in peer mediation and will learn many valuable ‘life skills’. During the Summer term of this academic year we will teach Sex Education for the first time. We continue to build upon the curriculum from Year 4 and to prepare the children for their final year at Bishop’s Cleeve Primary School in Year 6.

This term the children will learn about the creation of the Solar System as well as studying how the position of the Earth in the Solar System creates the phases of the moon. We shall also delve into early space exploration, learning about the Space Race. Later in the term, we shall visit Leicester Space Centre to gain an insight into space exploration and discover how astronauts keep healthy in space. We will look into different forces, with a particular focus on gravity. Towards the end of term, we shall make our own rockets from water bottles before launching them on the school field.

In English, many writing opportunities will be created  as the children delve into Herge's TinTin: Destination Moon and write a brochure about their own newly designed planets. We will  learn about Winter Haikus in poetry  and we will also cover numerous texts during reciprocal reading as well as poetry and playscripts.

The children will also be enjoying gymnastics, circuits and netball during the first half of term and hockey in the second half of term.

During the Autumn term we will be studying many different aspects of maths. These will include arithmetic, place value, rapid recall of addition and subtraction, fractions, rapid recall of multiplication and division and formal written methods of all four functions.

Our computing sessions will focus on Lego Robotics this term.

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GALLERIES

Bloodhound Regional Finals (20 images)

Some of our Y5 children took part in the Bloodhound regional finals......

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