Welcome to Eagle Class
Our Class Saint
Our class Saint: St Therese of Lisieux
Feast Day: 1st October
Patron Saint of missions and florists.
'Remember that nothing is small in the eyes of God. Do all that you do with love.'- St Therese of Lisieux
Eagle Class - Our Curriculum 2022-2023
Year 5 Groups
The children in Year 5 are split into two Maths groups and two English groups. Therefore, your child will have either Mrs Scallan or Miss McKnight for Maths or English.
For indoor lessons, children wear a plain white t-shirt, navy blue shorts and black PE pumps. PE lessons may take place outdoors and the children will therefore need an outdoor kit kept in school at all times. Children may wear plain navy blue tracksuit trousers, a navy blue jumper, plain white t-shirt and trainers for outdoor lessons. The outdoor kit is optional however trainers are necessary. PE kit must stay in school and will be sent home at half term to be washed. If a child regularly does not have their PE kit in school on their PE day then it will affect their position on ALWAYS.
Please ensure that ALL items of clothing including pumps are labelled with your child’s name.
Homework will always be given with the exception of school holidays. Homework is set on Google Classrooms which can be accessed via numerous devices (laptop, computer, Tablet/Ipad, phone, Xbox). Work can be returned as a typed document. Alternatively, children will also be provided with an exercise book to keep at home which may be used to complete work and then a photo uploaded to Google Classrooms. The logins will remain the same and the children will be reminded.
All homework will be set on a Monday and is due in for the following Monday by 08:50am. It allows him/her to do some each night or all in one night. Homework is recorded and monitored and any which is not completed at home will result in your child not being on the ‘Always’ stage for that half term. It is important that homework is completed as the activities set will help prepare your child for their SATs and their time at secondary school.
Google Classroom Login Times Table Rockstars Login Mathletics Login Spelling Shed Login
Home Learning Links
Maths - White Rose Home Learning Maths - Hit the Button game Maths - Daily 10 Maths - Super Movers Maths - Maths Zone Learning Recap
English - BBC Revision Science - BBC Revision Science - Quizzes Computing - Scratch History - Quizzes History - Homework help Geography - Homework help PE - 60 second challenges
As well as set homework, your child should also spend time each evening reading for at least 10 minutes. He/she will bring home a book from school. This book must be read as your child will have been assessed and set to match their reading band age. They may also read a book of their own choice from home / the library alongside this if they wish. If your child is assessed as a free reader, they will be able to read either a book from the school library or their own book from home.
Each child will also receive a reading record. The record should be filled in every time the child reads at home (minimum 3 x per week). The children should make notes about what they have read each week and have this signed by a parent / carer. This will be checked in school weekly so any parental comments can also be communicated here.
Children will be assessed and placed into groups for their spellings lessons. Spelling lessons will take place in the mornings and a spelling test will take place every Tuesday. Spellings are best learnt little and often rather than all the night before. We also recommend that children practise the common exception words for Year 3, 4, 5 and 6.
Useful spelling techniques End of KS1 Spellings End of LKS2 Spellings End of UKS2 Spellings
Your child should also regularly practise their times tables up to 12 times tables. Again, we would recommend 10 minutes per night to improve their knowledge and speed. To help with maths progress, they must know all their tables with confidence and be able to recall them rapidly. A Speed tables practice will take place every Friday.
Please encourage your child to bring a bag to school to take letters and books home in and return them. We also ask all children in KS2 to bring in an empty pencil case. This pencil case will remain in school all year and will be filled with stationery provided by school. If your child does not yet have a pencil case in school, please could you try to source one and have it in school by the end of the week.
Maths and English homework handed out.
Spelling test and new spellings handed out.
English and Maths homework due in.
PE kits are needed.
|SUN||Mass in Church at 10am.|