Welcome to our class page! Here you can find what we are learning about and find any key updates.
Mr Bennett is our class teacher and Mrs Andrews is our class teaching assistant. We also have two students from the University of Greenwich on placement in our class, Miss. Whittington and Miss. Andrews.
If you ever need to know anything about your child's learning or have any questions, please feel free to come and see us after school, pop a note in the contact book or fill out the form below.
To take Accelerated Reader quizzes log-on here, to practice handwriting through LetterJoin click here and to complete Mathletics homework click here (2 Mathletics tasks are set every Wednesday, these tasks are pre-learning for upcoming topics). For curriculum coverage an overview can be found in the National Curriculum for Year 5.
There are some changes to homework this year so please see the below homework overview for detail. Homework will be 'set' on a Friday and should be handed in on a Wednesday. Pre-learning tasks will also be set across the term. These tasks will give children an advantage in class and will help to bring out what learners already know; what misconceptions they may have and what interests them.
Below are some key documents relating to our class.
Our learning project for term four is 'Pharaohs'! A learning project all about the wonders of Ancient Egypt. We'll be learning about Howard Carter and the discovery of Tutankhamun, the role of a Pharaoh, Cleopatra, Gods and Goddesses, Egyptian myths, the mummification process and how the Ancient Egyptian's impacted the life we live today in modern Britain.
Every week comprehension homework will be set in the KS2 English Comprehension Year 5 Targeted Question Book your child has been given. This homework will be marked as a class so it is important homework is completed every Wednesday and that the book is in school.
This weeks comprehension is: Pompeii (non-fiction) pages 14-15, questions 1-6 Due: Wednesday 27th February
Below are links to different spelling and word games to support learning:
Flash is needed for these games and they run better in Internet Explorer.