Pontefract Road, Castleford, West Yorkshire, WF10 4JB, email@example.com
Tel: 01977 555780
Hello and welcome to Year 5.
Our school follows The Way, The Truth and The Life scheme which has been adopted by the Diocese of Leeds.
'Inspirational People' will be our initial focus for R.E., which enables the children to investigate what it means to be a follower of Jesus Christ. The children will explore historically influential Catholic people that have demonstrated what it means to be a disciple. They will learn to understand how Jesus can inspire them in the 21st century to become inspirational young people.
During the second part of the term, 'Reconciliation' will enable the children to understand what it means to truly forgive. They will learn how forgiveness can enlighten them and what it means to forgive those who have hurt us. They will draw upon Jesus' experiences on Earth and understand how he forgave our sins and changed the world.
Our Other World Faith topic will be of Islam this term, where the children will study how the Qu'ran enables Muslims to live a good life, with a comparison to the Bible.
Each term, our class explores a different topic which helps guide the children through their learning. This term our topic is all about the Victorians. We will be learning about how the Victorians changed the United Kingdom through their inventions and international explorations. We will study how they lived their daily lives, including the difficult conditions children were expected to live. We will study the geographical region of the British Empire and we will study the legacy of the Victorians in our local area and West Yorkshire as a whole.
Year 5 have Pysical Activity each day:
Homework and Spellings:
The children’s homework books encourage them to become organized and independent. All homework (with the exception of spelling) should be written in their homework books or on worksheets. Generally, the children will be set homework every week (usually on Wednesday) which they should record in their homework books, along with the hand in date (usually Monday). Parental help with homework would be appreciated if your child requires it.
I hope you have found this information useful.