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Year 5

Welcome to Year 5.

5K Class Teacher: Miss Raposeiro
Dont forget to check our "All Year Groups" page for additional whole school resources and homework..  If you need any home learnign printed, please let me know.


Welcome to Year 5 – the year we transition unto Upper Key Stage 2. This is our penultimate year, and we intend to make the most of every minute of it! Like in other year groups across school, we LOVE it when our learning all links together as it helps us to make vital links, joins and connections between the knowledge we acquire. Our teachers in Year 5 love to engage us fully in our new topics each term! Our lessons hook us so much that we KNOW we are going to love each topic and gain so much from it.

Links to the following:


Matthew 6: 33 Put God first
Ephesians 4:32 Be kind heartened
Psalm 100:4 Be thankful in all things
Micah 7:18 Forgive and Forget
Peter 1: 22 Love one another
1 Thessalonians 4: 18 Comfort one another
Colossians 3:23 Work hard
Romans 4:21 Keep your promises
Proverbs 12:22 Always tell the truth

School Uniform.


Learning at home is an essential part of a child’s education. A child is in school for around six and a half hours a day, and learning does not (and should not) stop when a child leaves the school premises. Regular Home Learning is important as it gives children the opportunity to consolidate skills that they have learnt at school, as well as developing and improving important life skills. Children develop confidence and independence with their learning and these skills will support them throughout their time at school and into adult life. Home Learning is defined as ‘out of school tasks set for children as an extension of their learning’. Home Learning is aimed to promote a love of learning and discovery.

Home Reading

Reading with your child is vital. Research shows that it is the single most important thing parents can do to help their child. Research (OECD) found that children whose parents read with them in the first year of school benefit throughout their primary education and are still received that benefit throughout secondary school. It is important that parents read regularly with their child and that they talk together about what they have read. It's best to read little and often. We recommend 15-20 minutes daily. More information can be found in our Home Learning Policy.

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