St. Marks Primary School Year 5 Curriculum Evening September 2018 Meet the team Mrs Grant and Mrs Poole, Miss Thomas and Miss Fowler At St. Marks Autumn 1 Space Odyssey Autumn 2 Rambling Rangers
The year to come Spring 1 The Glorious Greeks Spring 2 European Adventure Summer 1 Road to Freedom Summer 2 The Winner takes it all How do we teach Reading in year 5? Book Club
Individual reading English Lessons What is our focus this year? Explaining feelings and thoughts using evidence from the text Making predictions using evidence from the text Talking about why authors use figurative language and the impact it has on the reader Comparing events, plots, structures , issues and
characters within books and across a range of texts What can you do to support reading at home? Develop a reading culture. Children need to see you making use of your reading skills Use Audio books Read the same book as your child and discuss it. Talking about a shared book can strengthen relationships Discuss characters you like and any others you may
have read about that are similar Talk about how the story and language affects you as you read How do we teach Writing in year 5? Modelled Shared Independent
Editing What is our focus this year? Developing as writers with a clear purpose in mind for all writing Experimenting with new and familiar grammar structures to create interesting and entertaining pieces of both fiction and non fiction Developing accurate spelling How do we teach Maths in year 5?
As a class Groups Individually What is our focus this year? Developing fluency when manipulating numbers Problem solving and investigating Applying calculation strategies to a range of contexts
What about homework ? Reading everyday is the ideal but at least 4 times a week Maths Homework sent home on a Thursday and returned the following Thursday SPAG Homework sent home on a Wednesday and returned the following Wednesday Spellings sent home on a Friday and returned the following Friday
Finally Dont Forget Parents meeting for Year 6 Residential 7th November 6pm Thank you for joining us this evening. Please join us in the classrooms to chat to the teachers and look at some of the resources we use .
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