Welcome to Year 5

Our Teacher in Year 5 is Mrs Faulkner. Our Teaching Assistant is the multi-talented Miss Clegg. We are so excited about our Year 5 learning adventure.  Why not take a look at our blog and join us on our journey!

Year 5 Blog

We also have our own Learning Wall - see link below. We use the resources on the Wall to research out topics and curriculum work in school. Please use these resources at home to further develop your child's learning.

Year 5 Learning Wall 

For Your Information


Year 5 Curriculum Overview


Topic Challenges


Our topic this term is 'Grasmere'. During this term the children have the opportunity to explore Grasmere up close and personal as we participate in our first residential to really get to grips with the geography curriculum by taking part in geographical field study work comparing and contrasting the human and physical geography with that of Kearsley. The children will dive deeper into key concepts, using and applying their new found vocabulary. The topic has lots of opportunity for research and to ask questions to deepen their knowledge and understanding. Within this busy term we will also be familiarising ourselves with the roads in our immediate locality as we attempt to complete the bikeability life skill course of cycling building on last years cycling focus. 


Year 5 Residential 


Class Novel


Our  class novel to promote reading  is ' Danny the Champion of the World' by Roald Dahl.  It is about a ten year old boy named Danny who has always admired his father and since he was seven, has helped him in the small garage they own. One night, Danny wakes up and his father isn't there, and he suddenly discovers a dark secret that has been kept away from him for many years. But Danny is determined to help his father, even with the horrible and rich Mr Victor Hazell watching them with a close eye. This is a fascinating story about the strong relationship between a boy and his dad written by one of my favourite,classic author.


Our Chosen Reading Scheme


Over the years, Oxford Reading Tree has taught millions of children to read... and to love to read. Rooted in reading for pleasure and with systematic phonics at its heart, its well-loved characters, breadth and unrivalled support give children everything they need to become confident readers. There are over 800 books which provide a rich and varied choice of writing styles, genres and artwork styles at every level.





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