Year 5

Welcome to Year 5!

The Year 5 team is made up of: Mrs Roberts and Mrs Owens (class teachers) , together with Mrs Cowley, and Mrs Hornby (teaching assistants) and Mrs Iosson, Mrs Ashpole, Mr Stones, Miss Shaw and Mrs Heap, who will be covering planning time.

We are all looking forward to an action packed term, full of a exciting topics, terrific trips and amazing activities! We look forward to working in partnership with you to make your child's time in Y5 a very happy one.

The Year 5 Team

Our latest curriculum topic list:

  • Year 5 Autumn 2018
  • Blog Archive

    We waited for a day with NO precipitation to read our water cycle poems, stories and non-chronological reports to Y… https://t.co/SDmovaL2ox
    Sadly, the new panels can't be fixed to the Y5 block or be on show this afternoon (rain, rain go away!). So, here's… https://t.co/d3oXwcmo96
    Please send your child to school with a carrier bag. We'll be sending home the contents of their trays, lost proper… https://t.co/VgP6xVuhSa
    Hit! Miss! Shipwreck! Today, we played Battleships to help practice our coordinates in the first quadrant. https://t.co/f5AS0faCBi
    Our African themed art workshop got off to a bright start yesterday. Today, we are applying even more skill and acc… https://t.co/cY6yGTmaYl
    We like a challenge! This morning we are exploring 3D shapes and their properties. We're playing the Yes/No game to… https://t.co/OzffQbOy3m
    What’s missing? This morning, we have been working out missing angles and explaining our reasoning. https://t.co/u8kHosex6D
    Pattern-tastic! We have worked hard to develop different patterns for our final pieces of art work. We can’t wait… https://t.co/4lcTlg91Y7
    A massive thank you to Yann's family for loaning us their traditional African outfits. The yellow one is called an… https://t.co/IzzKujcIOt
    Pollution, habitat destruction & poaching are some of the reasons for the extinction of animals. Humans appear to b… https://t.co/jLfQr3i7zt
    Cricket was cracking. The children were fabulous and gave it their all. The boys team came second, the girls team c… https://t.co/O1hpzplm8y
    Whilst half of the year group were at a cricket festival, the remaining half played some African games, including A… https://t.co/QMjqxUw5SY
    Well done to our Science Ambassadors, who went to the opening of the Phizz Lab on Tuesday. It is funded by Ogden Tr… https://t.co/NjY7wv4rdi
    A day in the life of Louis Masai. We have been finding out about the work of Masai and working on our colour mixin… https://t.co/hlU3IDHp26
    We're all crossing our fingers, toes, legs & arms that tomorrows cricket will go ahead as planned (rearranged). No… https://t.co/U8od0yVMOy
    Our story from other cultures is Warrior Boy by Virginia Clay. Linked to this, we have today, been engrossed in the… https://t.co/fdi0gbFhBv
    In groups, we studied snippets of information about endangered animals and poaching. We shared what we learnt. We d… https://t.co/1J48d9csZd
    Amazing art! Places we'd like to explore in the style of Henri Rousseau and JMW Turner. We used water colour paints… https://t.co/KKmUiPyHk5
    Sports day got off to a bright and sunny start but sadly rain stopped play in the end. It didn't dampen our spirits… https://t.co/yTjGTZPwFC
    Our interesting ideas from today's thunk: We're all mammals; Some actions are instinct not thoughts; all animals ca… https://t.co/lpoAmrmUzQ