Victoria - Year 5
In YEAR 5, SUMMER TERM , WE ARE LEARNING ABOUT
This is an overview of this term’s work:
PE and outdoor learning
Victoria's PE days are Monday and Tuesday.
PE/Outdoor learning kit should be brought to class on Monday and taken home on Friday to be washed and cleaned. Unfortunately, if your child do not bring in their PE kit into school then they will not be able to participate in PE for that session. As a reminder, can children also not come to school wearing earrings on PE days. Earrings cannot be removed at school as per the risk assessment in order to keep everyone safe.
Children should all have a full PE kit which includes: black shorts/ black tracksuit bottoms (for colder weather), white T-shirt, jumper and a suitable footwear.
English - Writing
Stimulus : From a range of subjects
Writing: Writing paragraphs with a focus on cohesion, including using adverbials, relative clause and expanded noun phrases to add complex information.
Narrative Poem – The Highwayman - Firstly, we will focus on how authors use language including figurative language and the impact it has on the reader. Then we make in- depth comparisons between events, issues and characters within a text, and how character’s description help us to infer their feelings, thoughts and motives from their actions. Using perfect form verbs, we will write an alternate ending for the ‘Highwayman’.
English - Reading
Stimulus– Ancient Greece, Greek Myths, and extracts from a range of fiction books, and properties of materials, Forces and current key events for non-fiction texts.
Properties and changes of materials –
Building on Year 4's study of the impact on Britain of Anglo Saxons and Viking invaders, through this unit, children should understand that our society was also influenced by a civilisation in another country - Ancient Greece. Children should gain an understanding of daily life in ancient Greece and including ideas, beliefs, attitudes and experiences of men, women and children - Comparing Athenians vs Sparta. A study of Greek achievements and their influence on the western world - including democracy and politics. Understand the rise and fall of the civilisation. Compare with A non-European ancient civilisation around the world at the same time.
History based ART: Children will making a prototype of Olympic armature based on a cultural artist.
Keeping safe - Sun safety
Growing and changing (SRE - More information will follow shortly)
Why rituals and traditions are important?
Focus – Islam, Buddhism, Christianity and Humanism
We will also be continuing to consolidate our times tables with daily activities. Don’t forget you can log on to TTRS at home to continue to work towards challenging your teacher and your peers. Please email your child’s class teacher if you want help with logging on at home.
Please email your child’s class teacher if you want help with logging on at home.