KS2 - Year 5
Class Teacher(s): Mr Wood (Y5JW)
Teaching Assistant(s): Mrs Hindshaw, Mrs Graham & Miss Jones
This Term's Topic: Rights of a Child- Vile Victorians
Literacy: Diary entries, Persuasive writing, Limericks, extended narratives and non-chronological reports.
Numeracy: Place value, addition & subtraction, multiplication & division, perimeter & area.
Science: Light, electricity and sound.
RE: Domestic Church/Family, Baptism/Confirmation/Belonging, Advent/Christmas/Loving
Global Learning: Sustainable Development
Events: Beamish Trip (1st October
This Term's Topic: Peasants, Princes and Pestilence.
Literacy: Biographies, formal letters, instructions, persuasive monologues and extended narratives.
Numeracy: Multiplication & division, Fractions, Decimals & percentages.
Science: States of matter & Properties of materials
RE: Local Church/Community, Eucharist/Relating, Lent/Easter/Giving
Global Learning: TBC
Events: Middlesbrough Cathedral visit (January 2019)
This Term's Topic: Smugglers and Seafarers
Literacy: Information booklets, Newspaper articles, figurative poetry and extended narratives.
Numeracy: Decimals, Shape, position & direction, volume, units of measurement.
Science: Forces, Earth & Space and animals, including humans.
RE: Pentecost/Serving, Reconciliation/Inter-relating, Universal Church/World
Global Learning: TBC
Events: Whitby visit (May 2019)
At Corpus Christi we provide children with a reading book and record which we expect to be read and signed on a daily basis. We use Accelerated Reader within school and this can be accessed via the link on the school website.
At the bottom of this page you will find a downloadable list of words children will be learning to spell throughout their time in Year 5. These lists are a mixture of words that we encourage children to use in their writing and words they can often misspell. Common exception wordlists are included and are part of National Curriculum requirements.
In Year 5, children are encouraged to practise the formal methods of calculation to answer addition, subtraction, multiplication and division questions (an example of these can be downloaded from the bottom of this page). Children are required to recall multiplication facts up to 12x12 and are expected to practise these at home on a regular basis.
Children will also be provided with a homework book. Tasks may be linked to the current topic, or may be SPaG or Maths work linked to the work done in lessons. We would be grateful if you could encourage your child to continue their learning as much as possible outside of school.
PE & Extracurricular Clubs
Year 5 will have PE on a Wednesday afternoon. Each child must have their own PE kit that includes plimsolls, shorts and a t-shirt. Full details can be found on the uniform section of the school website.
There are a host of extracurricular clubs available to your child after school throughout the week. These can be monitored via the calendar on the school website.
Our Amazing Memories
Please check back here in the near future to see some fantastic photos and stories of your child's time in school.