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Year 5 - 2

Welcome back Year 5! It’s lovely to have you all back and we can’t wait to get started with learning this year after a very bumpy couple of years. Let’s hope we can stay together and enjoy the year without any time out of school.

Miss Patterson (5-2)

 

Here are some details you will need to know about this term:

 

P.E lessons

 

5-2 P.E lessons will be Tuesday and Friday.  Children should come to school in PE kit.

 

Homework

 

Monday – English comprehension using Bug Club online.

 

Tuesday – Reading books are checked and changed.

 

Wednesday – Maths (online through MyMaths)

 

Friday -  Spellings given out, to be tested the following Friday.

 

Curriculum this term

 

English:

  • Poetry- free verse.
  • Novel by a significant author
  • Legends
  • Instruction writing

Maths

  • Number and place value
  • Addition and subtraction
  • Multiplication and division
  • Fractions including decimals and percentages

 

The curriculum focus for this term is History: Victorians and Ancient Greeks. Our question is “Why is our school still standing?”

 

PE

Tuesday -  Gymnastics with Miss Patterson

Friday – Basket ball with John.

 

National Poetry Day – 1st of October 2020

 

To help celebrate National Poetry Day, we are inviting all children, parents, staff and governors to submit a poem.  We will display the poem (anonymously, if requested) on our school website and Twitter feed.  Our aim is to promote poetry in our school and in our community.  Remember, poems don’t have to rhyme, they don’t have to be a set length and in some cases they don’t even have to make sense.  They are just another means of expressing our imagination.

 

This year, the theme is VISION.  Your poem could be about this theme or any theme you wish to write about.  Some people like poems about love and memories, some like poems about school days or holidays, others prefer poems that make them laugh.  The subject and theme of your poem is up to you.  No one will judge what you write; it might mean nothing to the reader but everything to the author.

 

Please consider joining in and writing a poem with your child or one of your own.  You can submit it in writing or in a video recitation by emailing it to teacher@stceciliascjs.co.uk with Poetry Day in the subject bar.

 

I never ask anyone to do anything I’m unwilling to do myself so, with that in mind, have a read at the poem I wrote and performed in assembly about our teachers, I hope you enjoy it and I hope to read your poems over the next week.

 

Mr McCann x

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