Year 5 (Class 11)
Welcome to Miss Hickey’s and Class 11’s webpage!
Welcome to Class 11’s webpage. Here you can find lots of information about the fun we will be having and the things we will be learning this term. Miss Hickey.
If you need to speak to Miss Hickey please see her at the Year 5 door at the beginning or end of the day or call the school office to arrange a meeting.
Children in year 5 have created and submitted art work to the dot art Schools competition this year. The posters which have been selected are currently on display on the dot art website and voting will soon open for people to vote for their favourite piece!
You can visit the website by clicking here.
Our School Governors for this year are Owen and Mia. They will represent our class in school council meetings and share ideas from the children in our class.
Our Eco Warriors for this year are Sophie and Joseph Shepherd. They will work as part of the Eco Team and help to make our school more eco-friendly.
In our Come and See lessons this term we will be exploring Sacrifice.
We will be thinking about all the sacrifices we can make to help other people and to make the world a better place.
In our Topic lessons this term we will be learning all about maps.
“I am looking forward to finding where we live and places we have visited on maps”
“I hope we can use maps to try to find something like treasure”
In our Science lessons this term we are learning all about Forces.
“I am looking forward to learning about gravity and how it keeps us on Earth”
“I want to understand how friction works”
As part of the Computing curriculum in Year 5 we will be creating our own interactive Art Exhibition.
In our Art lessons this term we will be painting to create our own posters to submit for a Dot Art competition.
We will use research and inspiration from a recent art gallery visit to create Propaganda posters encouraging gender equality.
Our author in year 5 this year is Jeremy Strong but we will read lots of books by lots of different authors. This term we are reading 100 Mile an Hour Dog. We are looking forward to enjoying lots of their stories and using their work as inspiration to write our own fabulous stories.
In Class 10 we are lucky to have a large library area filled with lots of books for the children to share and enjoy. We have a library monitor who looks after the library and keeps track of all of the books. Children can sign books out of our class library and take them home to share with family and enjoy in their own time.
Our computing area
We have a computer in our classroom which children can use in lesson times and in golden times to do research to help in lessons and complete different tasks. The children have written their own e safety rules which they have promised to stick by to stay safe when using the internet both in class and at home.
Year 5 Homework and PE Kit timetable
Learning Logs will be sent home on Fridays and should be returned to school no later than Tuesday
Home Readers will be sent home on Fridays and should be returned to school no later than Wednesday
Maths Homework will be sent home on Fridays and should be returned to school no later than Wednesday
PE Kits should be in school for PE lessons
Anyone who is struggling with their homework should bring it into school on Monday for support.
We award Class Dojos to children in year 5 who are well behaved, try hard in class, are well mannered and help others.
Who will win the Class Dojo competition this term for the child with the most positive points?
Packed Lunches, Healthy Snacks and our School Tuck Shop
At SMAAA we are a healthy school and encourage all children to eat healthy snacks and lunches.
Packed lunches brought into school should consist of healthy food and snacks and should not include chocolate or fizzy drinks.
Children may also bring in a healthy snack to enjoy at break time such as fruit, cheese or toast. Alternatively children can bring in some money to buy a snack from our tuck shop. The Junior tuck shop is run by the Year 6 children and Mr Lewis. They sell a variety of snacks including cheese, fruit and water. The money raised by the Tuck Shop is used to provide awards throughout the year.