Welcome to Year 5
This term we are 'Counting Counties'. The children will learn more about the geography of the UK. On this page, you will find our Year 5 curriculum map, which gives the overview of learning across the year; weekly homework; and any additional information we need to communicate with our parents.
If you would like further information about learning at St Peter’s, please visit the curriculum section of our website. If you would like to speak to one of the Year 5 teachers about learning, please do not hesitate in contacting them.
Friday 23rd March
Flatford Mill Meeting for parents: Wednesday 18th April at 2.30pm
Please complete the literacy set in your homework books. Please do not write on the sheet.
For maths, please complete the method maths sheet attached to the homework page. You may write on this sheet.
Please stick the sheet (flat) in your book carefully. You may need to trim it so it fits the page.
You will find a link to the homework page at the bottom of this screen.
Please practise the spellings from our homework page and square and squares root facts for a test on Thursday. Homework is due each week by Thursday.
Please remember to read your reading book and update your reading logs each time you read at home
as reading to an adult will benefit all areas of your literacy.
Measures - Please help your children to remember the key facts for each e.g. Weight - is measured in Kilograms/kg or grams/g; there are 1000g in a kilogram; 0.5kg is 500g or 1/2 a kg; perhaps suggest something that weighs a kilogram or 50g. Please also practise telling the time.
Homework - Mathematics Homework, Literacy homework and new spellings will be published on our class page. You must complete mathematics and literacy in your homework book EVERY WEEK BY THURSDAY.
Days - Spellings and tables will be tested on Thursdays. Our indoor PE day is Tuesday and outdoor PE is Monday (5M) Wednesday (5E). Our library day is Friday. Homework is set on Friday (when books go home and homework is published on our class page) and due by Wednesday.
Snacks - Please ensure you have a healthy snack of fruit or vegetables or salad or plain breadsticks or plain rice cakes or plain popcorn each day. Water bottles should be filled and may be topped up from our water dispensers during the day. Try to bring fruits in a combination of different colours as part of your five-a-day and our aim to 'Eat a Rainbow'.
Have you seen the Kids' Zone? Play games, and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites!