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'Vittoria Primary School is a happy place.' 'Pupils talk confidently and positively about the school.' Staff have high expectations for every pupil.' Leaders have made sure a broad curriculum is in place across the school.'OFSTED Oct 2021

Year 5 (2022-2023)

Spring One (2022/2023)

 

Dear Parents and Carers,

 

We are delighted to welcome you back to the spring term which begins on Tuesday 3rd of January 2023. I do hope that you have all had a restful and safe Christmas break. We have lots of fun things planned this term, which I know that the children will love. We endeavour each day to make the learning fun and provide a creative curriculum which is both broad and balanced. 

 

 

Reading Record

Reading Records needs to be signed daily as part of the Home-School Reading Agreement. Please encourage your child to read for at least 20 minutes each day. Reading records need to be brought back into school every morning to be checked

 

 

Please also note there will be 50p fines for lost Reading Records and  £2 fines for any books lost or damaged.

 

 

If you got any questions, please contact the office or myself directly and I am happy to support.

 

 

Best wishes,

 

Miss Shire

Medium Term Plan and Fact Sheet (Spring 1)

 

 

Autumn Two (2022/2023)

 

 

Welcome back to another busy half-term! We are lucky to have secured 10 swimming sessions with Cally pool this half term as part of our PE curriculum. We will be going to Cally pool from Monday 31st October 2022 to Friday 11th November 2022. It is important for your child to bring the correct swimming kit to school every day for these sessions.

 

 

Reading Record

Reading Records needs to be signed daily as part of the Home-School Reading Agreement. Please encourage your child to read for at least 20 minutes each day. Reading records need to be brought back into school every morning to be checked. We have lots of books in the classroom that the children are able to take home as reading books. As well as classroom books, we also have our reading road maps up and running. The children choose these books to read from different genres and each time they read a new book we sign it off. The goal is for the children to read all of the books and complete their reading road map by the end of the year!

 

Homework

Homework in Year 5 is given out every Friday and returned on Wednesday (unless stated otherwise in special circumstances). Please make sure you child brings their homework in on time, as it is beneficial to our learning at the time. In addition, please ensure your child learns their spelling list for the week as there is a weekly spelling test.

 

P.E.

This half term we will be having P.E. every Tuesday and Wednesday. Please ensure that your child comes to school in their correct kit on these days (they are allowed to wear it in to school if they wish). Their P.E. kit should include school P.E. t-shirt, school jumper, tracksuit bottoms or shorts and trainers.

 

Just a quick reminder that if you are wanting your child picked up by another adult or you are picking up someone else's child, please let the school office know.

 

Many thanks for your support, 

 

 

Miss Shire

 

 

Medium Term Plan and Fact Sheet (Autumn 2)

 

 

Autumn 1 (2022-2023)

 

Welcome to the new school year. Your Year 5 teacher is Miss Shire and your Teaching Assistant is Miss Caroline. We are very excited about welcoming you all back on Monday 5th September 2022. We have been busy making arrangements for the children’s return to school and look forward to seeing you all back!

 

 

Reading record

Reading Records needs to be signed daily as part of the Home-School Reading Agreement. Reading records need to be brought back into school every morning to be checked. Please encourage your child to read for at least 20 minutes each day.

 

Homework

Homework in Year 5 is given out on a Friday and returned on a Wednesday (unless stated otherwise in special circumstances). Please make sure you child brings their homework in on time, as it is beneficial to our learning at the time. In addition, please ensure your child learns their spelling list for the week as there is a weekly spelling test.

 

P.E

We have P.E. every Tuesday and Wednesday so please ensure that your child comes in their correct kit on these days. Kit should include school P.E. t-shirt, school jumper, tracksuit bottoms or shorts and trainers.

 

Many thanks for your support, 

 

 

Miss Shire

 

 

Medium Term Plan (Autumn 1)

Year 5 Long Term Plan

 

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Year 5

 

Welcome to Summer Two 2022!

 

Welcome back to an exciting new half term and the last half term left of this academic year.

 

Reading Record

Reading Records needs to be signed daily as part of the Home-School Reading Agreement. Please encourage your child to read for at least 20 minutes each day. Reading records need to be brought back into school every morning to be checked. We have lots of exciting books in the classroom that the children are able to take home as reading books. Just a reminder that we are now instilling a fine of 50p per lost or damaged Reading Record so please keep these safe.

 

Homework

Homework in Year 5 is given out every Monday and returned on Thursday's (unless stated otherwise in special circumstances). Please make sure you child brings their homework book in on time, as it is beneficial to our learning at the time. In addition, please ensure your child learns their spelling list for the week as there is a weekly spelling test.

 

P.E.

This half term we will be having P.E. every Thursday and Friday. Please ensure that your child comes to school in their correct kit on these days. It is encouraged that children come into school wearing their P.E kit. Their P.E. kit should include school P.E. t-shirt, school jumper, tracksuit bottoms or shorts and trainers.

 

Our Topic focus this half term is Wonderful Women where will be looking in depth at the life, contributions and achievements of Emily Pankhurst and Amy Johnson. 

 

Just a quick reminder that if you are wanting your child picked up by another adult or you are picking up someone else's child, please let the school office know. 

 

Many thanks for your support, 

 

 

Miss McFaul and Sandra :) 

Year 5

 

Welcome to Summer One 2022!

 

Welcome back to an exciting new half term!

 

Reading Record

Reading Records needs to be signed daily as part of the Home-School Reading Agreement. Please encourage your child to read for at least 20 minutes each day. Reading records need to be brought back into school every morning to be checked. We have lots of exciting books in the classroom that the children are able to take home as reading books. Just a reminder that we are now instilling a fine of 50p per lost or damaged Reading Record so please keep these safe.

 

Homework

Homework in Year 5 is given out every Monday and returned on Thursday's (unless stated otherwise in special circumstances). Please make sure you child brings their homework book in on time, as it is beneficial to our learning at the time. In addition, please ensure your child learns their spelling list for the week as there is a weekly spelling test.

 

P.E.

This half term we will be having P.E. every Thursday and Friday. Please ensure that your child comes to school in their correct kit on these days. It is encouraged that children come into school wearing their P.E kit. Their P.E. kit should include school P.E. t-shirt, school jumper, tracksuit bottoms or shorts and trainers.

 

Our Topic focus this half term is Tanzania and Mt Kilimanjaro. We will be learning all about the history, culture and landscape of Tanzania country.

 

Just a quick reminder that if you are wanting your child picked up by another adult or you are picking up someone else's child, please let the school office know. 

 

Many thanks for your support, 

 

 

Miss McFaul, Miss McKee and Sandra :) 

Year 5 

 

Welcome to Spring Two 2022!

 

 

Welcome back to a fun and busy half term!

 

Reading Record

Reading Records needs to be signed daily as part of the Home-School Reading Agreement. Please encourage your child to read for at least 20 minutes each day. Reading records need to be brought back into school every morning to be checked. We have lots of exciting books in the classroom that the children are able to take home as reading books. As well as classroom books, we still also have our reading road map books for the children to read and sign off. Just a reminder that we are now instilling a fine of 50p per lost or damaged Reading Record so please keep these safe.

 

Homework

Homework in Year 5 is given out every Monday and returned on Thursday's (unless stated otherwise in special circumstances). Please make sure you child brings their homework book in on time, as it is beneficial to our learning at the time. In addition, please ensure your child learns their spelling list for the week as there is a weekly spelling test.

 

P.E.

This half term we will be having P.E. every Thursday and Friday. Please ensure that your child comes to school in their correct kit on these days. It is encouraged that children come into school wearing their P.E kit. Their P.E. kit should include school P.E. t-shirt, school jumper, tracksuit bottoms or shorts and trainers.

 

Our Topic focus this half term is Anglo-Saxon Britain. We will be learning all about who the Anglo Saxons were and how and why they invaded Britain.

 

Just a quick reminder that if you are wanting your child picked up by another adult or you are picking up someone else's child, please let the school office know. 

 

Many thanks for your support, 

 

 

Miss McFaul, Miss McKee and Sandra :) 

Year 5

 

Welcome to Spring One 2022!

 

Welcome back to a short but busy and exciting half term!

 

Reading Record

Reading Records needs to be signed daily as part of the Home-School Reading Agreement. Please encourage your child to read for at least 20 minutes each day. Reading records need to be brought back into school every morning to be checked. We have lots of exciting books in the classroom that the children are able to take home as reading books. As well as classroom books, we still also have our reading road map books for the children to read and sign off. Just a reminder that we are now instilling a fine of 50p per lost or damaged Reading Record so please keep these safe.

 

Homework

Homework in Year 5 is given out every Monday and returned on Thursday's (unless stated otherwise in special circumstances). Please make sure you child brings their homework book in on time, as it is beneficial to our learning at the time. In addition, please ensure your child learns their spelling list for the week as there is a weekly spelling test.

 

P.E.

This half term we will be having P.E. every Monday and Friday. Please ensure that your child comes to school in their correct kit on these days. It is encouraged that children come into school wearing their P.E kit. Their P.E. kit should include school P.E. t-shirt, school jumper, tracksuit bottoms or shorts and trainers.

 

Just a quick reminder that if you are wanting your child picked up by another adult or you are picking up someone else's child, please let the school office know. 

 

Many thanks for your support, 

 

 

Miss McFaul and Sandra :) 

Year 5

Welcome to Autumn Two 2021!

 

 

Welcome back to another busy half term! This half term we are really lucky to have Miss Revelle join Year 5 as our student teacher.

 

Reading Record

Reading Records needs to be signed daily as part of the Home-School Reading Agreement. Please encourage your child to read for at least 20 minutes each day. Reading records need to be brought back into school every morning to be checked. We have lots of books in the classroom that the children are able to take home as reading books. As well as classroom books, we also have our reading road maps up and running. The children choose these books to read from different genres and each time they read a new book we sign it off. The goal is for the children to read all of the books and complete their reading road map by the end of the year!

 

Homework

Homework in Year 5 is given out every Monday and returned on Thursday's (unless stated otherwise in special circumstances). Please make sure you child brings their homework in on time, as it is beneficial to our learning at the time. In addition, please ensure your child learns their spelling list for the week as there is a weekly spelling test.

 

P.E.

This half term we will be having P.E. every Monday and Friday. Please ensure that your child comes to school in their correct kit on these days (they are allowed to wear it in to school if they wish). Their P.E. kit should include school P.E. t-shirt, school jumper, tracksuit bottoms or shorts and trainers.

 

Just a quick reminder that if you are wanting your child picked up by another adult or you are picking up someone else's child, please let the school office know.

 

Many thanks for your support, 

 

 

Miss McFaul and Sandra :) 

Year 5

Welcome to Autumn One 2021!

 

Welcome to the new school year! Your Year 5 teacher is Miss McFaul and your Teaching Assistant is Sandra Ryan. We are very excited about welcoming you all back to school for another great year. We look forward to be seeing you :)

 

Reading Record

Reading Records needs to be signed daily as part of the Home-School Reading Agreement. Please encourage your child to read for at least 20 minutes each day. Reading records need to be brought back into school every morning to be checked. We have lots of books in the classroom that the children are able to take home as reading books.

 

Homework

Homework in Year 5 is given out every Monday and returned on Thursday's (unless stated otherwise in special circumstances). Please make sure you child brings their homework in on time, as it is beneficial to our learning at the time. In addition, please ensure your child learns their spelling list for the week as there is a weekly spelling test.

 

P.E.

We have P.E. every Tuesday and Friday. Please ensure that your child comes to school in their correct kit on these days (they are allowed to wear it in to school if they wish). Their P.E. kit should include school P.E. t-shirt, school jumper, tracksuit bottoms or shorts and trainers.

 

Just a quick reminder that if you are wanting your child picked up by another adult or you are picking up someone else's child, please let the school office know.

 

Many thanks for your support, 

 

 

Miss McFaul :)

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