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Year 5

Year 5

Welcome to Year 5!

Welcome everybody to the Year 5 section of the website.

Class Teachers:

5H Mr Hammond

5F Miss Frew

5C Mrs Coverdale

LSAs: Miss Sherwin, Miss Blackburn & Miss Wilson

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask one of the Year 5 team. 

Reading at home

In Year 5, it is important that you read with your child at least 5 times a week and sign their reading record. The children are expected to have their reading book in school everyday, so please make sure they are brought in for reading time in class. All children will now have read to an adult and been given a book which is the correct level for their reading. If your child seems to be finding their book to easy, or too hard, please make a note in the reading record so we know. Children can also take a book from the class library at any level, to read for pleasure.


Children will regularly be given spellings in class and we encourage pupils to take a copy of these home to practise. As well as this and reading, we ask children to access TTRockstars at home at least three times a week. 


5C Tuesday & Friday

5F Tuesday & Friday

5H Friday

PE Kit is a compulsory part of our uniform and children are asked to bring their PE kit to change into on their PE day. This comprises of a plain white t-shirt, black shorts and trainers/black pumps for inside. They may wear plain black leggings or plain black tracksuit bottoms on colder days. 

Water bottles and snacks

Don't forget to bring a water bottle to school each day - it is important for children to stay hydrated throughout the day. Please label bottles and refill them each day.

Children are welcome to bring a healthy snack such as fruit and vegetables to school each day for snack time. Milk can be purchased at the start of each term (please speak to the school office about this). Breadsticks can  be purchased through parentpay. These are given to the children at morning break as a snack and money raised is used to fund additional learning opportunities like school visits and materials. 


Our focus this half term is Place Value and Addition and Subtraction.


This term we will focus on a novel stimulus, ''Young, Gifted and Black" and "Race to the Frozen North". Throughout the academic year, we will learn about writing from different points of view, using our senses to create mood, writing complex sentences, using the show don't tell technique where we show an emotion or feeling. We will explore the stylistics of a variety of genres and write for a range of purposes.


Our shared reading text this half term is 'The Maker of Monsters' by Lorraine Gregory. We will be exploring this text through daily reading practice and will answer comprehension questions to ensure we have fully understood what has been read. Additionally, we will be reading a variety of non-fiction texts and poetry.



This term we will be starting to learn about Animals Including Humans and Life Cycles.


In Chemistry, we will begin to understand reversible and irreversible changes.


In Physics, we will be discovering Earth's orbit relative to the Sun. We will also be investigating how light and sound work.

Religious Education

This term in RE, we will be exploring the question, ‘What would Jesus do?’ 


Year 5 follow the Jigsaw curriculum. More information can be found on the Jigsaw website at