Year 5 (Class 12)
Welcome To Class 12’s Page
Welcome to Class 12’s web page. Here you can find lots of information about the fun we will be having and the things we will be learning this term.
If you need to speak to Miss Hickey please come to the Year 5 door at the beginning or end of the day or call the school office to arrange a meeting.
Our School Councillors for this year are Bonnie Fagan and Layla Johnstone. 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 Mikey McCoy and James Hall. They will work as part of the Eco Team and help to make our school more eco-friendly.
Our Maths Champions this year are Arron Powell and Louie Magee.
Our Reading Ambassadors are Kelsey Grant and Ryan Byrne. Their role is to share a love of reading within the school.
Our Digital Leaders are Ennis Galvin and Ben Divers. They will help others with all things digital!
In our Come and See lessons this term we will be exploring Ourselves.
We will be thinking about all of the things that we find important and what makes us unique.
Our Worship Warriors this year are Ruby Lea Missen and Skylar O’Rourke.
On this page you will find up to date information about current topics, information about class learning and key dates for your diary.
At St Michael and All Angels School we are a Christian Community where everybody is valued and recognised for their unique contribution. We provide a child-centred education in a positive learning environment in which all children may reach their full potential. The Gospel values of love and respect are at the heart of our partnership with parents and carers, Governors, the parish and wider community.
We will endeavour to provide the children with the knowledge and skills they need to make informed choices and to accept responsibility for their own actions.
• to follow the Come and See syllabus in order to give the children an understanding of the Gospels;
• to ensure that the targets set are challenging and that children achieve standards relevant to their year group and develop their full potential – spiritually, intellectually, physically and emotionally;
• to ensure that children enjoy their work and behaviour is of a high standard;
• to value the opinions and contributions made by the children to school life and to foster individuality and independence.
In our Literacy lessons, we are reading lots of different styles of poetry. We will be writing our own poems drawing ideas from the ones we have read. We will be learning lots of new writing techniques and vocabulary and trying to include this in our writing.
In Maths, we will be focusing on multiplication and division. We will be developing our problem solving and reasoning skills and consolidating our knowledge of times tables.
Our topic this half term is Properties and changes of materials. It is a great topic where we explore the properties of different materials and how materials are selected for different uses based on their properties. There will be opportunities to work as groups during investigative and research work.
This term we will be learning about our Local History. We will be learning about how Kirkby has changed over time by looking at maps from different times in history.
We will be learning about moving mechanics this half term and using our new knowledge to make moving mechanisms of our own.
In Class 11 we are lucky to have two large library areas filled with lots of books that we can share and enjoy. We have library monitors who look after the libraries and keep track of all of the books. We 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 we can use in lesson times and in golden times to do research to help us with our work and to complete different tasks. We have written our own e-safety rules which we have promised to stick by to stay safe when using computers and the internet both in class and at home. We will be following a computing curriculum to enhance your computing skills across the year.
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?
Year 5 Homework and PE Kit timetable
P.E. Kits and Learning Logs
Learning Logs will be sent home on Fridays and should be returned to school no later than Wednesday
Yellow books will be sent home with spellings and maths tasks on Fridays and should be returned to school no later than Wednesday
Full PE kits should be in school for lessons on Monday afternoons.
Anyone who is struggling with their homework should bring it into school on Monday for support. If homework is not returned on time then children will need to complete it in their own Golden Time. If this is a continuous event then parents will be invited into school to discuss how we can move forward with this.