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Year 5 Class Information

Welcome message from Mr Heeley and Miss Scott, Year 5 Teachers:

Welcome to Year 5. We have an action packed, fun-filled year ahead of us and we look forward to seeing what we can all achieve in the next 12 months. Keep checking back to see how we're getting on.

Home Learning Information

As you are all aware, the government have taken the decision to close schools to most children. With this in mind, we have updated our DB Primary pages and would like all of the children to access the page, daily. We will upload work each day for the children to complete in their green 'My Home Learning Book'. Specific information regarding tasks to be completed are available through the children's DB Primary portals. Please log on by clicking on the DB Primary logo in the bottom right-hand corner of this page.

Over the next few months, we would like the children to make the most of the following applications/websites. The children in Year 5 will be set work on the following applications: 

Year 5 Team:

This terms news:

  • Children can use TT Rockstars and Spelling Shed at home. Parents then sign their child's Reading Record and Spelling Book to show that their child has completed spellings or read on one of these apps.

P.E.

Year 5 children will all need their P.E. kits on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Reading at Home

It is important that Year 5 children read regularly at home - this is advised to be at least 4 times a week. 

Homework & Spellings/Phonics

Homework will be given on Fridays and will be expected to be handed in on Wednesdays.

Spelling is expected to be done 3 times a week. The children need to write each of their spellings five times over.

Parents can sign to say that their child has been on Spelling Shed, as long as they have played a minimum of five games.

Snacks

The children can bring in fruit or biscuit bars for their snack at break time.

We ask that NO CHOCOLATE OR NUTS are brought into school. 

If your child brings grapes into school, please can you ensure that they are cut in half. This is to avoid choking.

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