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Welcome to Year 5

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Our Learning

 

 

                                                 Welcome to Year 5

 

Welcome back after the Easter break.  

 

 

We begin the summer term with our new topic, ‘From the city to the sea.’ We will be looking at how Leeds developed during the Victorian period and compare our vibrant city with the coastal town of Filey. On the afternoon of Tuesday 11 June, we will be taking a walking visit to Yorkshire Water Educational Centre in Headingley as we think about the differences between a large city and a small town. After we have had a special Green Week, in early June, on Friday 21 June we will visiting the Veolia recycling & energy recovery facility in south Leeds. 

 

In Science, we will be focusing on life cycles with living things and their habitats, before thinking about human changes as they develop through their lifetime. 

 

In Maths, we will be consolidating knowledge of times tables facts to ensure the children have a solid foundation on which to build their future maths knowledge. Helping your child to practise these at home will really help their maths work in school.  

 

Between now and the end of the year we will be covering properties of shape in the early part of the term, then moving to position and direction, followed by negative numbers before finishing with measuring and converting units. Relating our maths to real life is an ongoing focus as we encourage the children to understand that maths is out there in everyday life. 

 

In English, we will be exploring the key aspects of a range of writing genres. Such as instructions, explanation texts, persuasive writing and debate and discussion. We will be making links with our new topic.  

 

Great presentation and accurate spelling will be coming through as we regularly emphasise taking a pride in your work and cover a number of key spelling rules. We are now on the final batch of the Year5/6 100 key word list we are covering throughout this year. Work at school with additional work at home will greatly help.  

 

In R.E we will be thinking about what Christians believe about the old and new covenants. Year 5 will also continue to develop their French language skills each week as they continue to build on the vocabulary developed so far. 

 

With the usual variety of other school events added to the mix as the summer sun arrives, we are all looking forward to a busy and productive term. 

If you want to keep up to date with what we are doing in class you can follow us on twitter.

Just search for Mr Marshall’s class @MrMarshallclass Year 5 Science and Computing 

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