Wood Lane, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S65HN
The teachers in Year 5 are Mr Crabtree, Mr Hargreaves and Mr Wilson.
If you can promise to work hard, we can promise to make your time in Year 5 enjoyable, memorable and fun.
Most of the work in Year 5 is organised around interesting and enjoyable themes which are:
There are lots of opportunities to take part in a wide range of enrichment activities throughout the year.
We hope that we all enjoy our year together, work hard and learn lots!
“In Y5 it’s really good because you are upstairs and you can see everything.”
“You feel really grown up in Year 5.”
“The teachers are really nice.”
“Y5 is exciting and you get to do really fun things.”
“You get to earn more privileges and the work is more advanced.”
We read and write a range of texts related to our themes including reports, diaries and persuasive texts. We also look at a variety of poems and stories by different authors and from different cultures and traditions.
We build on our mathematical skills and learn lots of new ways to solve number problems by using what we know to find out what we don’t know. It’s not all numbers though, we also continue to work on 2D and 3D shapes and enjoy collecting and interpreting data linked to our interests.
We continue to improve our scientific skills and knowledge across the three themes. We will look at:
Invaders – Re-live the legacy of the Vikings and the Anglo-Saxons; find out about the invasions, their settlements and their way of life.
Rainforests – Discover the rainforests of the world and the hidden treasures that lay within. Find out about the country of Brazil.
Fun at the Fair - Investigate the history of funfairs dating back to Victorian times. Then come right up to date and explore the variety of rides and attractions available today.
Raging Rivers – Find out how rivers are formed and how they impact upon the landscape. Discover the past history of our local area and the impact of The Great Sheffield Flood.
On Thursday 12th October, we will be visiting Tatton Park to launch our Viking theme.
On Wednesday 8th November, we will visit ‘Peak Venture’, an outdoor activity centre near Penistone. This is an excellent opportunity for you to take part in lots of adventurous activities including archery and climbing.
Throughout the year, we will make good use of our locality for history and geography work.
We enjoyed reading 'The Highwayman' by Alfred Noyes during Book Week.
The children produced some fabulous writing and artwork. Take a look at some of the examples