White Rock Primary School

'Inspiring Learning Together'

White Rock Primary School

WELCOME TO YEAR 5 MERLINS

Merlins are resilient, resourceful and energetic. They are independent and use creativity to achieve excellent results to become successful young adults. Merlins are keen to explore their environments and enjoy exciting adventures further afield.

 

This Terms Theme

'THE DAY IN THE LIFE OF AN EXPLORER’

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(For more information about this term's theme, scroll down to our curriculum map)

 

P.E & Dance days

Please ensure that a PE kit is brought into school on Monday and taken home on a Friday. All items of PE kit (and uniform) should be labelled with the child's name and class. PE for the Autumn Term will be on Friday and Dance will be on Wednesdays. 

We will ensure that they are sent home at the end of every half term

 

Home Learning days

Home Learning will be given out each Friday in Home Learning Books. This should be completed to the best standard possible and returned to school the following Wednesday.

 

Upcoming Events

Tuesday 2nd October and Wednesday 3rd October - Parents' evening

Friday 14th December - Year 5 Learning Celebration

 

Meet The Team

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If there are any issues or concerns, please feel free to come in and see your teacher (Miss Clayton) or alternatively please contact a team leader (Mrs Gidley or Mrs Foster).

sclayton@white-rock-primary.torbay.sch.uk

rgidley@white-rock-primary.torbay.sch.uk

lfoster@white-rock-primary.torbay.sch.uk

Academic Year 2018-2019

Autumn Term Curriculum Map

Our story so far...

We have started our journey by gaining a sense of what life was like during the Tudor period. We took part in a variety of activities which taught us about: early exploration, Tudor transport, food and drink, Kings and Queens, fashion and learnt some interesting facts through a quiz! We had great fun and learnt a lot - particularly that sea biscuits don't taste as good as they sound! frown

Maths madness and perfect place value!

We've started our Maths learning by investigating the place value of numbers up to one million. We decided to have a play around with counters and place value charts to help us get to grips with these larger numbers. Miss Clayton then challenged us to convert these into words and digits. Have a look at what we did!

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