Year 5

Miss K Curtis

Miss K Curtis

Class 5 Teacher

Mrs K Tudor

Mrs K Tudor

HLTA

Mrs D Walford

Mrs D Walford

Teaching Assistant

Year 5 Autumn Newsletter

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Welcome to Year 5!

When the children enter this year in their academic lives, we expect them to be role models not only in their own class but across the wider school community as well.

We have high expectations of them and encourage them to be polite, well-mannered and hard-working inside and outside of school. This way they are always ‘Ready, Respectful and Safe’ aiming to be the best they can be at all times.

 

Homework

Every Monday we will upload a Homework presentation on this class page as well as on Seesaw. The presentation will include:

  • Spellings to learn which will be tested on Friday.
  • A times table to learn which will be tested on a Friday.
  • Reading at home to be completed at least three times a week.

Also included on the presentation, will be suggested activities to help your child learn their spellings and times tables as well as links to phonics instructional videos for parents.

Please support your child in completing these homework tasks as best as they can. Many thanks in advance for your support.

Homework 19.10.20

Covid outbreak

In the event that school or our ‘class bubble’ need to close, we will post daily learning presentations below and on Seesaw to make sure we continue to offer daily learning for the children.

 

Calculation methods

In order help you support your child at home with their mathematics work, we have devised short instructional videos which demonstrate how we answer addition, subtraction, multiplication and division calculations in Year 5. We hope that you find them useful.

 

Reading

I am sure you will agree that reading is a vital life skill!

Please can we actively encourage you to read with your child at least three times a week at home. When you have read with your child, please can you make a note of the date, title of the book and make a comment about your child’s reading too. This will help the adults in school maintain a regular dialogue with you about your child’s reading.

 

Seesaw

Please continue to use Seesaw to access a weekly homework presentation posted every Monday. You can also post comments, pictures and videos regularly about any of the work the children have produced. It is also a way for parents to communicate regularly with myself should you wish to contact me. You can also contact me via email:

kay.curtis2@taw.org.uk

 

John Randall Primary School

Queen Street, Madeley
Telford, Shropshire, TF7 4DS

01952 388390

a2176@taw.org.uk