Year 5 – Saint Josephine Bakhita
Spring term is here!
This term we have a historical topic - The Victorians! Get engaged at home where possible, watch videos, read books, bring in your own research! As per previous years, we will continue homework projects in due course – I will send out a separate letter on this.
Spellings will be continued to be taught by the class teacher. Homework will be given out via ‘Spelling Shed’, and the children will be expected to log on and practice their spellings. However, there will be no weekly spelling tests this year, rather I will look for evidence of their spellings in their written work and end-of-term assessments.
Reading books will be collected in on Wednesdays to be changed on Thursday morning. Hopefully you are now all familiar with GoRead online and recording your child’s reading using this! It is vital that your child reads as often as possible at home (with an adult) to help their reading progress – this can be signed by child or parent, even if they’ve just read ‘at’ you!
Times tables will also be crucial this year. I will strongly encourage children and parents to continue with TT rockstars to help with this knowledge, it is critical that pupils are fluent in all tables as soon as possible! Later in the year I will be introducing ‘LBQ homework’, using the program which all pupils will be familiar with.
PE kits can continue to be worn on pupil’s PE days. These are Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
My planning and preparation time will be on Wednesday afternoons. During this time they will be taught by Mrs Eyres, as well as having Signature Sports.
Please do not hesitate to message me via Dojo for any reason, no matter how small. As your children grow and mature this year, our communication grows more important!
I hope we can all have a brilliant term!