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Thank you for logging into our Year Five class page.
Here you will find all the information you need about your child's school life and our day to day routine.
May I take this opportunity to thank all of our wonderful parents and carers for their continued support for their children's education.
To the right you will find our class Twitter feed, Here we post the latest events from our Year Five class; feel free to follow us!
Again, a huge WELCOME from us, and we sincerely look forward to a wonderful time teaching all of your amazing children and watching them grow.
Mrs Hunt and Miss Kausar
PE is currently on Wednesday*. Children should come into school in their school PE kit (green shorts and white Polo Shirt). Clothes worn over their kit should be black tracksuit bottoms or jog-pants with their green school jumper. They may come to school in sport trainers (not fashion trainers) or outside shoes. Please send in their black indoor PE pumps to leave in school.
*PE may change day after each half term.
Daily: In Year 5 the children should read, practise times tables and learn spellings daily - approximately 20 - 30 minutes each day.
Weekly: Additional homework is given out and explained on a Friday to be returned the following Friday. It may include handwriting practise linked to spellings as well as another subject to complete e.g. Maths, English or Topic Work.
Currently, Reading Books are sent home on a Friday and are due back in school on a Monday. Parents are asked to complete the reading record and should question their child about what they have read. Children are asked to read daily and read books they have from home. They are also encouraged to listen to audio books .
It is important that children practice each day to help their progress in Maths. It is strongly recommend that children practice daily by using Times Tables Rock Stars
All children have been given a username and password.
Spellings will be sent home on a Monday and tested the following Monday.