Fairlight Primary & Nursery School

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  Welcome to the Year 5 page  

Dear Parents and carers,

Welcome to Year 5!  

Click here to download our Autumn letter

 

Water bottles

Please bring them in! Children must only have water in the bottle which they use in the classroom (squash and fruit juice can be brought in for lunchtimes but cannot be drunk in the classroom as they are very sticky if spilt). Children are asked to place their bottle on the floor or the sink - bottles falling off tables are very distracting.

Jumpers

Please make sure your child's jumpers and/or cardigans are named so we can easily return them if they get left around the school or in the playground.

PE

PE will be on Monday and Wednesday. On those days appropriate PE kit should be worn, including appropriate footwear, e.g. trainers with shorts and t shirt, and when the weather gets colder a sweatshirt and tracksuit bottoms/leggings. Please no jeans or crop tops.

Homework

Every Friday we will post an overview of the week on Seesaw so you know what your child has been learning and have some specific questions to ask them. This is a speaking homework which we hope helps you to know a bit about what goes on in school and helps children to consolidate their understanding.

Spelling

We will be attaching a list of spellings for children to learn at the end of each spelling objective. Initially these will be common exception words from year 1 and 2, and statutory spellings from year 3 and 4 (we know this may seem strange but these words are frequently used and also frequently misspelt, even in year 5 and 6!). We will have a spelling test the following Monday and throughout the week we will help the children identify the words they need to learn and also strategies they can use to effectively remember them. Please support your child with learning their spellings.

Reading

All children should be reading regularly throughout the week. As your child gets more fluent and independent they may want to read alone, in their head, this is fine. However we ask parents/carers to check their child is understanding the story by asking them questions and also encouraging children to check the meaning of words/plots if they are unsure. All children will be give a reading record sheet this week. Once full, it can be brought back to school and exchanged for 2 tokens and a new record sheet. (We will also add a copy to Seesaw in case your child forgets to collect a new one).

Mobile phones

Mobile phones are only needed if your child walking home by themselves. Please fill in the online form below to give permission - https://www.fairlight.brighton-hove.sch.uk/school-office/medicine-administration/mobile-phone-permissions Please read the information carefully and share it with your child. Before allowing your child to bring their mobile phone, please bear in mind that our school does not permit their use for communication during the school day. Phones will sit turned off for the entire day inside a box in a locker.

Walking home alone

This may be something you start to think about as your child gets a little older. If you decide to allow your child to walk home alone at any point during the year please read the information on this link carefully and fill in the form to give your permission. https://www.fairlight.brighton-hove.sch.uk/school-office/medicine-administration/walking-home-permissions-form

Communication with Year 5 team & School

Please grab us at the end of the day or you can email workathome@fairlight.brighton-hove.sch.uk

Best wishes

The Year 5 team

Miss Lennox  Miss White

Spellings for Year 5

 

 Spelling words 

Year 5 List 1

Year 5 List 2

Year 5 List 3

Year 5 List 4

Year 5 List 5

achieve

attached

available

develop

muscle

persuade

programme

shoulder

suggest

symbol

 

competition

equip

equipped

equipment

excellent

interfere

occupy

physical

twelfth

vegetable

 

amateur

ancient

frequently

immediate

immediately

necessary

opportunity relevant

soldier

stomach

 

aggressive

bargain

bruise

especially

forty

interrupt

lightning

profession

queue

sacrifice

vehicle

cemetery

communicate

convenience

correspond

curiosity

definite

desperate

determined

environment government

restaurant

Converting                          Spelling activities - Click Here for ideas on how to learn your spellings.                                 

Year 5 Spelling words.

 

Year 3/4 Spelling words.

 

Maths 

 

 

 

 

 

Number facts practice...

 

Click on the link below to take you to our maths area where there are lots of links to practice your maths and number skills

 

  

Number facts practice...

 

Click on the link below to take you to our maths area where there are lots of links to practice your maths and number skills.

 


maths Click on Maths Games to play lots of fun maths games

english   Click on English to find links to plenty of helpful websites

 

link to Purple Mash website 

Click on Purple Mash to explore, improve your skills and knowledge and have fun in lots of creative ways. 

If you don't have your login details, speak to your class teacher