Year 5 2017
We will be looking at the countries, counties, cities and towns which make up our wonderful Kingdom. Children will be able to use and explore a variety of different maps in order to develop their geographical understanding. We will then look at the Anglo-Saxon period of our history and consider where people settled and the impact it had on the country.
Children will explore the properties of materials and develop their Science skills on how to conduct a fair test.
We will introduce thermal insulation as a property and children will undertake a series of challenges to include how to keep an ice pop from melting and testing which types of coffee cups are the best at keeping drinks warm the longest.
This term in maths we will be focusing on place value—the core of mathematics! We will be reading, writing, ordering, rounding and comparing numbers; solving number problems; multiplying and dividing by the powers of 10 and using this knowledge to help us with our division and multiplication. We will then focus on geometry as we start to look at angles, perimeter and area before finishing the half-term with addition and subtraction.
We've been reading Outlaw by Michael Morpurgo which is a different version of Robin Hood. This has been for our topic of Legends of the British Isles
We've been reading Outlaw by Michael Morpurgo which is a different version of Robin Hood. This has been for our topic of Legends of the British Isles. Is becoming very exciting!
We're soon to be moving onto our persuasion
Home Learning will continue to be given out on a Friday to be returned on Wednesdays!
There are two home learning books this year one for English and one for Maths and other Curriculum subjects.