Welcome to Class 5's Learning Page
We are excited about the new term ahead and looking forward to welcoming you back.
Class 5 Teaching Team
We are taught by Mrs Major on Mondays and Miss York on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
During the week we are supported by Miss Lieu and Mrs Follett.
Miss York Miss Lieu Mrs Follett
In Class 5 we are:
This half term we are having a whole school focus on Mental Health and Wellbeing. We are living through challenging times and would like the children to settle back into their school routines as best we can.
You will notice on the Curriculum Newsletter that some subjects are, therefore, not being taught in the first half term. In the afternoons our learning will be focused around key skills in Literacy or Maths plus our Mental Health and Wellbeing project.
Due to the current situation we will not be going horseriding, attending forest school or going on social trips. As soon as the situation changes, we will let you know.
Equipment for Class 5
Please check you bring to school the following:
- a healthy Snack for after break
- a named water bottle
- a named pair of wellies
- a spare pair of socks (for wet days) - please keep them in your book bag
- always bring in a coat
- gloves, scarf and hat for cold days
- PE kit plus trainers (check everything is labelled)
- a school bag - to hold your Reading Book and Link Card
- no toys, games, pencil cases or electronic equipment to be brought into school.
We are beginning with the following texts:
Children read on a regular basis in Class 5. We have a daily story time session, which is an opportunity to share a book together, ask questions about the text and talk about the book and related topics. Reading books are taken home and changed on a weekly basis. We encourage children to read at home 4 times a week, practice reading tricky words and use their phonics to decode unfamiliar words.
Click on the buttons below to see suggested reading book lists for Class 5.
We practice handwriting regularly. Children are taught to print their letters, check their letters are evenly sized, how to differentiate between capital letters and lowercase letters and how to present their work neatly.
We learn phonics in small groups.We use a programme called Monster Phonics to help us learn our letters and sounds.
Click on the button below to hear the sounds and see the actions.
We have lessons in spelling punctuation and grammar weekly. The Glossary below explains some of the terms used in SPAG lessons:
We are learning spellings from the Year 1 and Year 2 Tricky Words list:
Children's learning is individualised. We build their knowledge in small steps to deepen understanding. Children explore how to reason, discuss and connect their Maths understanding using key Maths vocabulary, pictorial representations and equipment.
Here is an overview of the topics covered. We will be covering the Year 1 and Year 2 curriculum and personalising learning accordingly:
In Class 5 homework is learning spellings, reading your reading book and answering questions about it plus writing book reviews. Some children may have some practical activities to practice key skills.
We are covering the following topics this term: