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Year 5

WELCOME TO

 YEAR 5!

Welcome back everyone! 

 

In Year 5, our day will begin at 8:45am and end at 3:05pm.

 

Please don't arrive early and try to leave the school grounds as quickly as you can at the end of the day to prevent you coming into contact with too many children and families from other year groups.

 

 

Should we all be treated the same?

 

Our enquiry question for this term is - Should we all be treated the same? This will be our Explore Term, and we will focus on our Geographical knowledge and skills. Topics we will focus on include: deforestation, biomes, rainforests, fair trade, the capital cities of Europe and of North America and a country study.

 

Below you will find our Project Place Mat that we will use throughout lessons this term.

 

 

 

Project Placemat - Explore

English

 

During our English lessons we be using Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly. We will be completing non-chronological reports, a formal persuasive letter, an informal letter, a diary entry, character and setting descriptions and a newspaper report.

 

As usual in English, we will also work on grammar and spelling work too. This term will include accurate use of modal verbs, prefixes, verb prefixes, suffixes and converting nouns and adjectives into verbs using suffixes.

                                                                      Maths

 

These are the topics we will study this term:

  • Understand percentages

  • Percentages as fractions  decimals

  • Equivalent F.D.P.

  • Adding decimals within 1

  • Subtracting decimals within 1

  • Complements to 1

  • Adding decimals – crossing the whole

  • Adding decimals with the same number of decimal places

  • Subtracting decimals with the same number of decimal places

  • Adding decimals with a different number of decimal places

  • Subtracting decimals with a different number of decimal places

  • Adding and subtracting wholes and decimals

  • Decimal sequences

  • Multiplying decimals by 10, 100 and 1,000

  • Dividing decimals by 10, 100 and 1,000

  • Identify angles

  • Compare and order angles

  • Measure angles in degrees

  • Measuring with a protractor (1)

  • Measuring with a protractor (2)

  • Drawing lines and angles accurately

  • Calculating angles on a straight line

  • Calculating angles around a point

  • Triangles Quadrilaterals

  • Calculating lengths and angles in shapes

  • Regular and irregular polygons Reasoning about 3-D shapes

  • Describe position

  • Draw on a grid

  • Position in the first quadrant

  • Translation

  • Translation with coordinates

  • Lines of symmetry

  • Complete a symmetric figure

  • Reflection

  • Reflection with coordinates

  • Kilometres Kilograms and kilometres

  • Millimetres and millilitres

  • Metric units

  • Imperial units

  • Converting units of time

  • Timetables

  • Volume

  • What is volume?

  • Compare volume

  • Estimate volume

  • Estimate capacity

Science

 

In Summer 1 our topic is living things and their habitats. The lessons will focus on:

  • Making new plants
  • Mammals
  • Jane Goodall
  • Metamorphosis
  • Comparing Life Cycles

 

In Summer 2 the topic is animals including humans. The lessons will focus on:

  • Foetal development
  • Growth of Babies
  • Puberty
  • Changes in old age
  • Gestation periods

 

  

 

PE

We will be completing the Real PE unit on health and fitness and then personal skills. We will also have lessons focusing on net and wall games.

 

Computing 

We will look at databases in Summer 1 followed by game creation in Summer 2.

 

RE

In RE we will look at Islam in Summer 1 and focus on how peoples belief's about their God have an impact on their lives in Summer 2.

 

PSHE

In our PSHE lessons, we will continue our work on reconnecting before moving on to feelings and emotions. As always, these lessons are linked to the British Values and our Rainbow Values.

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