Autumn Term 2019
During this term, we will be linking much of our learning to World War 2.
Our literacy lessons will be developing, securing and applying new grammar, spelling and punctuation to a range of writing genres. The children will be broadening their vocabularies and given opportunities and support to write creatively and imaginatively. This may be in the form of narrative writing, diary writing, letters or biographical writing. Having explored and interpreted a range of texts, the children will improve the content and structure of their own writing.
Some of the texts we will be studying are:
There will be many drama opportunities to develop speaking and listening skills, collaborative learning skills and of course interesting ideas which will impact on the content of their writing.
We will be linking our music, art and Dt lessons to our theme of ‘World War 2’. We may even have one of Spanish units all about WW2!
The children will be encouraged to develop their thinking skills in our P4C (Philosophy for Children) sessions which are always lively and enjoyed. We will be working on developing our growth mindsets and becoming skilled, independent learners with a real thirst for knowledge and new experiences. We will be developing critical thinking skills as we interpret and question a range of texts or scientific hypotheses.
Our science lessons will have a high practical content with the focus on organising investigations, carrying out these fair tests in a safe and organised way and interpreting the results which have been obtained.
Our Learning Environment:
- Suggested Reading Lists - Year 5 (260KB)
- Y5 - End of Year Expectations (232KB)
- Year 5 - Maths Targets (47KB)
- Reading in Year 5 (91KB)