Year 5

Miss Bell (Teacher) / Miss Watkins

Welcome

Welcome to Year 5! This year is an exciting year, packed full of memorable opportunities and the chance for the children to take on important responsibilities in their first year of upper key stage 2. 

 This year the children will continue to develop as independent learners while reaching their full academic potential in preparation for their transition to Year 6. 

 In Year 5 we work hard, respect each other and engage in and enjoy our learning. The year ahead is packed full of exciting challenges.   

 

Music Workshop

This week in school we were lucky enough to have a visit from some musical guests! We took part in a workshop called 'Born in the USA' and listened to and  performed music from American history up to the present day. Compositions from Star Spangled Banner to...

PDSA Education

We love animals! By teaching children how to keep animals healthy and happy, we're making sure that they will be caring pet owners of the future. Today our children learned about developing positive relationships and showing  respect to all living things.  ...

Police Visit

A community police officer often visits the school to chat with children and staff.  Pupils know our local officer as Sean.  On Wednesday 30th September, he held a special assembly in school and discussed how to stay safe in the community. Photos in gallery ( visitors...

Buddy Training

Tony Dowson, a shape performance coach,  came into school to train our Y5 children to be buddies. The emphasis is on the organisation of equipment, and the implimentation of structured activities for pupils in the playground at breaks and lunchtimes. The Playground...

Swimming

Miss Bell and Mrs Anderson accompany Y5 and some Y6 children to swimming lessons on Friday afternoons. To learn how to swim, pupils need to master skills that will help them float, breathe and move around the water. All our children are gaining in confidence . All...

Nissan – Careers Related Learning

On Wednesday, 16th September, our Year 5 and Y6 pupils visited Nissan  in Washington . As well as learning about the work of Nissan, they gained first-hand experience of carrying out tasks associated with working on a production line. Children learnt about Japanese...

NSPCC Schools Service

Childline is a helpline for children. It is open for 24 hours 7 days each week all year round. It aims to protect children from harm and encourages them to seek help from a trusted adult. On Monday afternoon specially trained staff from NSPCC Schools Service came into...

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