Welcome to Year 5!
Show respect, Work together, Aspire, Nurture
Mrs L Freestone, Mrs J Stafford & Mrs K Lambert
A warm welcome to the Year 5 class page! .
We hope this page helps you to support your child(ren) with their learning.
The staff and children work closely alongside each other to make sure your child(ren) have the best possible experience whilst at Lovers’ Lane in Year 5.
If you have any questions or need to pass on information please do not hesitate to contact Mrs L Freestone or Mrs J Stafford via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com and they will get back to you at the their nearest opportunity.
Meet the Year 5 Team
Mrs L Freestone
Year 5 Teacher (Mon & Tues)
Mrs J Stafford
Year 5 Teacher (Wed, Thurs & Fri)
Mrs K Lambert
Year 5 Key Information
Your child’s book will be changed when they read their current book with fluency. We expect your child to read at least 4 times a week to support their reading development especially fluency in their reading.
Please make sure your child has their book bag in school everyday!
Homework will be set on a Friday and handed in on a Thursday. If the homework is TTrockstars then work will be monitored online. If pupils are struggling to complete their homework at home, then they will be invited to Homework Club on a Friday lunchtime to help them complete their work.
Each week we build spelling knowledge, using Read Write Inc spellings. The weekly spellings (Fridge Words) will be sent home each week so they can be practiced at home.
PE will be on Monday and Wednesday.
Year 5 children need to bring their PE kit to school in a bag and they will get changed at school.
The PE kit is as follows:
- Lovers’ Lane PE hoodie or school jumper
- Plain navy jogging trousers or shorts
- Plain white t-shirt
Learning and well-being
The main focus for the children is to ensure they are happy and settled in school especially with the uncertainty children have had over the past few years in school. We will be providing them with many opportunities to share and discuss their experiences, worries and support with gaps in learning.