Y5CH - Nightjars 2020 - 2021
A very warm welcome to the Nightjars class from
Mrs Hardman and Miss Brown
On this page you will find lots of updated photos of childrens learning. You will also be able to check here for any reminders.
PE is on a Thursday (Currently children should only have pumps in school)
Children will choose their reading book on a Monday and return the following week.
Reading Records should be signed to say you are reading at least 3 times a week with your child/children.
At the bottom of this page you will find Year Five's 2020 - 2021 Curriculum map.
We look forward to meeting you all, any concerns please speak to Mrs Iqbal at the office and we will be more than happy to give you a call as soon as we are available.
In maths, we are really focusing on our place value. Below is a table of what we are expecting children to know and what we are working on in maths and interventions.
In science we looked at a variety or different materials and suggested which property is the best to prepare food on.
At the bottom of this page you can access Year 5's knowledge organiser. This will show you what we are learning this term.
English - Hot seating
In English children took turns to hot seat and answer questions from their class mates. This activity helped them to understand the characters in our class text: Carrie's War.
Below you will find a range of videos which give you an insight into some of the fun learning children do at school. I know they enjoy being on the website!
Great dances from Menaal, Sumaiyah, Zoha, Hareem, Blanish, Al Hamna, Maheen and Aisha L. They have been using their playtimes to practise their dances to enhance their performance in our new PE topic.
We also have some great ideas for social distance games to play on the playground by Ayaan, Ayan and Shayaan. The boys worked together as a team outside along with Miss Brown to find some games that met our new school rules. They really enjoyed coming up with new creative ideas.
Reciprocal Reading - We have been working on changing our tone of voice when we are reading speech. This ties in with our English where we have been using inverted commas in our writing. Afraz did a really good job at not only changing his tone but reading the words of the King of Ireland in the book 'Moya the Luck Child' in a fab Irish accent. Good effort Afraz!
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