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Year 5 Week Ahead Information

31 三月 2017

An overview of the first week back after the holidays

  • A fab week for Year 5

Information and Reminders

We will change to summer uniform when we return from the April holidays. Please visit the school website or check in your child’s Learning Journal for the appropriate clothing, which can be purchased at our uniform shop.

Ms. Preston will be returning to school on Monday 10th April, which coincides with the start of the summer term. Mr Scrymgeour and I have thoroughly enjoyed teaching 5B over the last 11 weeks and we will definitely be checking in with Ms. Preston to see how they are doing during the summer term.

We have a number of parent workshops scheduled for the summer term. You can find out more about these in your child’s Term 2 Report, which will come home today.


Upcoming dates

Monday 10th April – Summer term begins

Monday 17th April - CCAs Start

Tuesday 18th April- Early Years and Primary Academic Review Evening 5pm-8pm

Thursday 20th April- Early Years and Primary Academic Review Evening 5pm-8pm

Saturday 22nd April- Curry and Quiz night

Monday 1st May – Labour Day holiday - school closed

Tuesday 2nd to Friday 5th May - Year 5 residential

Thursday 18th May – Saturday 20th May – Primary FOBISIA games

Thursday 18th May – Early Years and Primary STEAM Day

Monday 29th May and Tuesday 30th May - School closed

Saturday 10th June - Summer Fun Day


Stars of the Week

5A – Elkan - for showing kindness to others

5B – Jazmyn – for consistently approaching all of her work with enthusiasm and striving for her best



As we continue our topic on travel and tourism (‘The Holiday Show’), we will begin to look in English at tourism etiquette and nightmare travel scenarios! To do this, we will be writing, acting out and editing our own playscripts, learning about the different roles of ‘director’ and ‘playwright’, linking our knowledge of Shakespeare to more modern theatre work. We will be imitating a genre – playscripts – as we consider the different emphasis a text can have when interpreted in different ways. In order to understand how this process works, we will be working collaboratively to edit, shape and convert texts from passage to playscript.



In Maths we are going to focus upon checking, approximating and estimating. This will include rounding whole numbers to the nearest 10,000 and 100,000 using the children’s understanding of place value. The aim of the unit is to practise the rounding skills of whole and decimal numbers, to aid estimation in the context of real life problems.



In topic, the children will be looking at advantages and disadvantages of tourism. As internationally minded citizens, the children will imagine that they are in charge of a tourist resort. They will think about the responsibilities that this entails. We will also be investigating eco-tourism, exploring places in the developing world that benefit from this. Towards the end of the week, the focus will be on extreme weather events and how this affects tourism.