Class 5C

Hi 5C!

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I hope you’re all ok.

I’ve been doing school work each day and enjoying spending lots of quality time with my family. Mr Cave is also working from home and spends most of his day conference calling his colleagues.  Lucie (just like you!) is completing her daily tasks set by her teachers.  Apart from working and learning, we’ve made pancakes, baked a chocolate cake and cheese scones, watched lots of movies, enjoyed daily walks around our village and FaceTimed our friends and family.

I would love to know what you’ve been up to.  You can contact me via the school’s email address and put FAO Mrs Cave as the subject.

I’m missing you all lots and look forward to hearing from you.

Take care and stay safe,

Mrs Cave

5C Home learning please click on the links below

Monday 30th March 5C

Tuesday 31st March 5C

Wednesday 1st April 5C

Thursday 2nd April 5C

Friday 3rd April 5C

Distance learning March 2020 Year 5


Staff: Mrs Cave and Miss Bhaiji
Welcome to our class webpage!
Here you will find details of what is happening each term and interesting examples of the children’s work. We are a fabulous class of 24 lively and engaging children. Mrs Cave is our teacher and we are supported by Miss Bhaiji.


Creative Curriculum
This year, we will be studying the Ancient Greeks, Vikings and Anglo-Saxons and Rivers.  Our Science topics are Materials, Reversible and Irreversible Changes,  Forces, Life Cycles and The Earth, Sun and Moon.

We have P.E. on Mondays and Thursdays . Please remember to bring the correct kit (white T shirt and dark or burgundy shorts). Please remember to bring suitable shoes for sports too!

We play our plastic trumbones (p-bones) on Wednesdays. We also sing with the rest of Year 5 and Year 6 each Friday afternoon.

Mr Beaumont teaches P.S.H.C.E. on a Friday afternoon in 5C.

Homework is given out on a Friday and needs to be returned to school by the following Wednesday.

How to help your child
Please ensure that your child brings their reading diary into school every day and reads at least three times a week at home. It is also important that children complete their homework and spellings on time and support should be given to children as necessary. By the end of Y5, it is very important that children will know all of their times tables so regular practice of these would also be beneficial.   Reading non-fiction books to research the topics we will be covering would also be really useful.

We have an open door policy so if you ever need to speak to one of the teachers, please call in before or after school, telephone or go to the office to make an appointment.

We look forward to working with your children this and sharing our learning with you!