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Knowl Hill CofE Academy

"Together We Succeed"

Ashley Hill MAT

Part of the

Ashley Hill

Multi Academy Trust

Year 5

Welcome to Year 5

 

Teacher:  Miss Yapp

Teaching assistant PM:  Miss Martin

 

Topic:  World War 1

 

Please remember to have a water bottle in school. 

Please remember to have PE kit in school everyday as PE day can be subject to change. 

 

 

 

 

Monday 18th October

Collective Worship 

Mrs Dickens or Mrs Dance

Maths

Addition and Subtraction:

using inverse 

problem solving 

English 

Information text:

  • To be able to use factual paragraphs. 
  • To be able to use correct punctuation. 
  • To be able to use simple devices to support the reader (e.g. subheading etc) 
  • To be able to use topic words and technical vocabulary. 
  • To be able to use subordinate clauses. 
  • To be able to use relative clauses.  
  • To be able to use conjunctions. 
  • To be able to use parenthesis.  
  • To be able to use consistent word tenses throughout.  
  • To be able to make effective notes.  
  • To include an introduction that identifies and classifies the topic.   
  • To include a conclusion that sums up the information presented.   

Guided Reading

Children will be looking at the book War Horse by Michael Morpurgo. 

Topic

Geography - children will be developing a greater knowledge for the world around them. Using atlases, children will locate describe the location of Europe in the world using geographical terminology and compass directions. They will explore the various types of maps that can give them further information about Europe such as physical, resource, climate and topographic maps. The children will learn about grid referencing and use longitude and latitude references to locate countries. Children will learn about Greenwich Meridian and time zones. Children will develop a greater understanding of the world beyond the UK. 

 

Tuesday 

Collective Worship 

Mr Thompson 

Maths

Addition and Subtraction:

using inverse 

problem solving

English 

Information text:

  • To be able to use factual paragraphs. 
  • To be able to use correct punctuation. 
  • To be able to use simple devices to support the reader (e.g. subheading etc) 
  • To be able to use topic words and technical vocabulary. 
  • To be able to use subordinate clauses. 
  • To be able to use relative clauses.  
  • To be able to use conjunctions. 
  • To be able to use parenthesis.  
  • To be able to use consistent word tenses throughout.  
  • To be able to make effective notes.  
  • To include an introduction that identifies and classifies the topic.   
  • To include a conclusion that sums up the information presented.   

Guided Reading

Children will be looking at the book War Horse by Michael Morpurgo. 

Topic

Geography - children will be developing a greater knowledge for the world around them. Using atlases, children will locate describe the location of Europe in the world using geographical terminology and compass directions. They will explore the various types of maps that can give them further information about Europe such as physical, resource, climate and topographic maps. The children will learn about grid referencing and use longitude and latitude references to locate countries. Children will learn about Greenwich Meridian and time zones. Children will develop a greater understanding of the world beyond the UK. 

 

Wednesday

Collective Worship 

Mrs Bourner

Maths

Addition and Subtraction:

using inverse 

problem solving 

English 

Information text:

  • To be able to use factual paragraphs. 
  • To be able to use correct punctuation. 
  • To be able to use simple devices to support the reader (e.g. subheading etc) 
  • To be able to use topic words and technical vocabulary. 
  • To be able to use subordinate clauses. 
  • To be able to use relative clauses.  
  • To be able to use conjunctions. 
  • To be able to use parenthesis.  
  • To be able to use consistent word tenses throughout.  
  • To be able to make effective notes.  
  • To include an introduction that identifies and classifies the topic.   
  • To include a conclusion that sums up the information presented.   

Guided Reading

Children will be looking at the book War Horse by Michael Morpurgo. 

Topic

Geography - children will be developing a greater knowledge for the world around them. Using atlases, children will locate describe the location of Europe in the world using geographical terminology and compass directions. They will explore the various types of maps that can give them further information about Europe such as physical, resource, climate and topographic maps. The children will learn about grid referencing and use longitude and latitude references to locate countries. Children will learn about Greenwich Meridian and time zones. Children will develop a greater understanding of the world beyond the UK. 

 

Thursday 

Collective Worship 

Mrs Morel

Maths

Addition and Subtraction:

using inverse 

problem solving 

English 

Information text:

  • To be able to use factual paragraphs. 
  • To be able to use correct punctuation. 
  • To be able to use simple devices to support the reader (e.g. subheading etc) 
  • To be able to use topic words and technical vocabulary. 
  • To be able to use subordinate clauses. 
  • To be able to use relative clauses.  
  • To be able to use conjunctions. 
  • To be able to use parenthesis.  
  • To be able to use consistent word tenses throughout.  
  • To be able to make effective notes.  
  • To include an introduction that identifies and classifies the topic.   
  • To include a conclusion that sums up the information presented.   

Guided Reading

Children will be looking at the book War Horse by Michael Morpurgo. 

Topic

Geography - children will be developing a greater knowledge for the world around them. Using atlases, children will locate describe the location of Europe in the world using geographical terminology and compass directions. They will explore the various types of maps that can give them further information about Europe such as physical, resource, climate and topographic maps. The children will learn about grid referencing and use longitude and latitude references to locate countries. Children will learn about Greenwich Meridian and time zones. Children will develop a greater understanding of the world beyond the UK.  

 

Friday

Collective Worship 

Star of the Week 

Spelling test

See spelling list below.

Timestable test

All timestables. 

RE

Big question - Do Sikhs need the Guru Granth Sahib?

Spellings

Class spellings

adorable

adorably

applicable

considerable

considerably

changeable

forcible

dependable

comfortable

enjoyable

horrible

horribly

incredible

incredibly

 

 

Spelling group

Prefixes

irresponsible

irrelevant

intercity

interact

international

interrelated

anticlockwise

antiseptic

antisocial

autobiography

autograph

Star of the week

Kenzie - for working hard on his handwriting 

Dojo Winner

Diya and Yuvraj 

Book Review

Miss Yapp's recommended read!

Hooke Court residential

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