Year 5

 

Welcome to our Year 5 class page  Your teachers are Mrs Redfern and Miss Hill     

Your Teaching Assistants are:  Miss Wallace and Mrs Ali

Meet the Team

Rights Respecting Schools

We are a 'Rights Respecting' school. We are currently focusing on Article 24
You have the right to the best health care possible, safe water to drink, nutritious food, a
clean and safe environment, and information to help you stay well

For further information about the children's 'Rights Respecting' charter, follow the link below:

https://www.unicef.org.uk/what-we-do/un-convention-child-rights/

Useful Information

Reading

Reading daily is important for your child and just 20 minutes a day is beneficial In the 'Accelerated Reader' program, children are given books to read which are at just the right level for them. When they complete a book, they take an online quiz so they can test their own understanding of what they have read, and earn points for themselves and their class.

The expectation is for your child to keep a record of what they have read in their reading diary. They need to read at least five times a week. The new diaries allow parents or carers to record the pages that their child read on each day that they read. Children should not write in this section of the diary. Parents or carers should sign by the pages read by their child and write a brief comment. 

Spellings

Spellings go home every Friday.  There will be a lesson in the class on Monday, a practice session on Wednesday and a test on Friday.  Learning logs are sent home every Friday to be returned on the following Thursday.  A maths challenge will be set on MathShed each Friday to be completed by the following Thursday.  Your child will have a reading book at an appropriate comprehension level, to be read every evening for a minimum of 15 minutes, preferably to an adult or an older sibling.  Rewards such as raffle tickets and stickers are given out for exceptional work and regular reading.

PE

In PE we are covering Virtual Multi-Sports and hockey with Sid from Sports Point.  These are on Tuesday and Thursday.  Appropriate outdoor clothing should be worn. 

Homework

The Willows aims to make children capable of independent study and full of curiosity about their learning. We expect children to complete the following activities at home on a weekly basis. Their weekly learning log task, handed in punctually by Wednesday each week. Spelling practice so that they meet their personal spelling targets in their test on Tuesdays. After each test, their new spellings for the next week will be given out. Reading at least 5 times a week, ideally with an adult. If children complete all of these activities, they will be rewarded in school with 35 minutes of 'Golden Time' on Friday afternoons. There will be a range of fun activities for them to choose from. If children are not completing these activities at home, then this time will be used to help them develop independent study skills.

Uniform

Children are expected to attend school in full school uniform. Details of uniform are available from reception. Have a look at our new uniform display in reception. It also provides details about book bags and lunch money.  Children also need to ensure they bring a coat to school.

PE
The children are provided with a PE kit. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, both 5CR and 5NH have dance. 

The following resources will support your child's learning:

BBC Bitesize

CBeebies

Children's Laureate

Book Trust

CITV

Unicef

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The Willows Primary School

Tayfield Road, Wythenshawe, Manchester M22 1BQ

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