Welcome to Year Five
Welcome to Year Five. We are four form entry so have four classes in this year group. The Year Five staff team are:
- Claire McGeown, Rachel Ward, Sarah Welch, Chloe Robinson, Emma Wilkinson and Mark Howes
Our classes are named using the Year Group followed by the Class Teacher’s initials. Our classes are Y5EW/RW, Y5SW/MH, Y5CM and Y5CR.
We are going to be studying and exploring four exciting topics this academic year. These are:
Topics will be explored through all areas of the curriculum.
Year 5 Parent's information evening
Year 5 Curriculum newsletters
We use a range of rewards in Year 5 to include dojo points for achievement, good work and behaviour. In addition, we award an achievement certificate for effort each week as well as a certificate for Writer of the Week which are presented as part of our weekly Celebration Assembly. We use the 'My Child at School' APP (MCAS) to communicate with parents.
Throughout the year, parents will be invited to share their children's achievements in class, join in with the children’s experiences and come on school trips and local visits if able to volunteer some time.
Teacher contact details
Please find below the email addresses for the Y5 teachers
The expectation within Year 5 is that children will spend time at home each week learning their weekly spellings in readiness for their weekly spelling test. We also strive to encourage children to spend time at home learning their 12 times tables. TT Rockstars is an excellent resource for achieving this, and we ask that children spend approximately five minutes each day on this task. Lastly, reading books regularly facilitates children having a better general knowledge, language skills, reading and spelling skills and helps them improve on their achievements at school. Just a few minutes each night will help to expand your child's vocabulary and increase their pace and understanding of the texts they read.
Parents information meeting
Year 5 Newsletter
Below are some recommended links that will enhance your child’s learning further: