Year 5

    Welcome to Year 5.

    We all look forward to an exciting year ahead!

    Topic Homework:  Class to use the grid. Children choose own tasks. They have the half term to finish. It will be looked at every week.

    Homework: Homework is also given out weekly in accordance to what the children have been learning that week to consolidate their learning in class. This should be kept in a folder with their reading log and reading book. New Maths Mastery homework books are being used this year.

    Topics: Topic web is given out every half term to inform about the curriculum for the term.

    P.E: Please check class timetable for days for kit to be brought in school.

    Library: As soon as timetable is made children will be allowed to borrow books, they need to return books in good condition.

    Library is supervised and open in the morning as well as during lunch break to encourage reading in school.

    Reading: 3 times a week at home, bring in school book and log daily.

    Trips: Any parents that would like to volunteer please give your name to the class teachers.

    Behaviour: Expectations in accordance with school policy, behaviour matrix is followed by teachers in class. School Motto is ‘Support-Achieve- Celebrate!’

    Uniform: Put the name on the labels to avoid ending up in lost property. School shoes are black, no heels for girls.

    Swimming: What they will have to wear? Swimming suits for girls, proper swimming shorts for boys (not Bermuda shorts with wide legs)

    Useful Information:

    Please find below a timetable for homework and PE:







    P.E Kit
    PE Kit
    P.E Kit
    P.E Kit
    Homework given out on Friday
    1.Spelling list
    3. Maths
    4.Reading log
    Topic homework check day
    All Homework collected in on Wednesday
    Every week Homework detention in lunch break for children who have not done H.W

    Here's the plan for this academic year showing the main subjects and topics that we will be exploring. To download, click on it.

    Long term Plan 2016/17

    Here's a more detailed look at our Summer  Term. To download, click on it.

    Topic web summer 1

    Click on the link below to read our latest school newsletters.


    At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to the child's success is ​the positive involvement of parents.

    At Cherry Lane we understand that learning is a partnership between home and school.  During the year we are likely to run a number of parent workshops to assist you in helping your child at home.  Look out for these opportunities.

    Purple Mash is an exciting and safe online environment where children can get involved in all sorts of creative projects to support their learning in Literacy, Maths, Science, Computing, History, Geography, RE, Art, Music, and Design and Technology.

    Your child has a Username and Password to access their Purple Mash account from home.

    This personal login is unique to them and will enable them to access the different activities Purple Mash has to offer and to complete any homework that has been set by the class teacher.  Please click on the image below to access the materials.


    Here are some helpful tips to make reading fun at home. Click below to download a copy. 

    Reading Resources

    Maths support 

    The maths work your child is doing at school may look very different to the kind of sums you remember. Click on this useful little guide may help you with the differences and help you support your child's learning.

    Maths resources

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