Year 5

Year 5 — Ladymount Catholic Primary School

 Hopefully you have all now received your Year 5 welcome pack and important timetable. 

The children are settling into Year 5 very well.

Here are a few photographs: 

They have been getting crafty in Golden Time. 

 

They have been enjoying their Guided Reading Book: The Lottie Project by Jacqueline Wilson. 

 

As well as working hard in the core subjects, Year 5 have been very enthusiastic to learn their current foundation topics too:

Vikings, Materials and their Properties and What Matters Most to a Christian and a Humanist. 

Here is a typical timetable for Year 5:

                   
Monday Spellings English Guided Reading BREAK Beat That Test Maths LUNCH Music PE
Tuesday Silent Reading English Guided Reading BREAK Beat That Test Maths LUNCH History French
Wednesday Spellings English Guided Reading BREAK Beat That Test Maths LUNCH PE PSHE
Thursday Silent Reading English Guided Reading BREAK Beat That Test Maths LUNCH History Science
Friday Spellings English Guided Reading BREAK Beat That Test Maths LUNCH RE Golden Time

Class 2 Homework | St Mary's C.E. Primary School

Monday: Spellings and Maths Homework set and we have Outdoor PE

Tuesday: English Homework is due

Wednesday: Outdoor PE

Thursday: English/Topic Homework set

Friday: Maths and Spellings Homework due

NB:

  • Children should also be reading regularly at home and practising times tables.

  • Reading journals, reading books and spelling homework books should live in school bags in case they are needed in school.

Smith's Wood Primary Academy - E-Books from Oxford Owl

Oxford Owl is a lovely website which has a library full of e-books which relate to the Oxford Reading Tree scheme. These can supplement home reading should you wish to use them.

Please do not feel you need to rush your way through- 2 or 3 books alongside weekly school books and/or any books from home should be plenty. 

Login details can be found in your child’s reading journal. 

http://www.oxfordowl.co.uk

1. Click on class login box at the top of the page. 

2. Fill in the login details. 

3. Click e-books (my bookshelf).

4. Click levels.

5. Choose a book that you would like to read.

6. Enjoy 🙂 

NB: Some of the books might have lovely little activities to try out too 🙂 

Please note any e-books read at home in your child’s reading journal and sign it. These will add towards stickers on your child’s bookmark. 

Many thanks,

Miss Rooney 🙂