Welcome To

Year 5

Welcome to Year 5!

The children will be delighted to know that Mr Bavington and Miss Johnson will be teaching Year 5 in 2023-24. We are both thrilled to be working in this fabulous year group and we look forward to supporting the children as they continue their learning through school. 

In addition, our support staff will be: Miss Ahmed, Mr Hammond and Mrs Hawkes (cover for Mr Bavington). 

Make sure you are following us on Twitter – @Y5EJStradbroke and @Y5BStradbroke to find out about our learning and all that we’re getting up to. 

An important reminder: 

Y5’s PE day is on Thursday, so please make sure the children have their kit on this day. The children should then take their PE kits home ready for the next week’s session. Many thanks. 

Staff Working in Year 5 this year

Stradbroke Primary School

Teacher: Miss E Johnson

Stradbroke Primary School

Teacher: Mr D Bavington

Teacher

Mrs Hawkes

Teaching Assistants

Mrs Ahmed 

Mr Hammond

Remote Learning

For remote learning please click the button below. 

Spring Term

During the Spring Term, the children will be learning about the environmental impact and human processes associated with “Food Trade”. This sequence of Geography learning will provide the children with a deeper understanding about where their food is imported from and what products the UK exports. In addition, they will also have an opportunity to taste different types of chocolate and research the production of cocoa. 

In history, Year 5 will be focusing on Imperialism and Colonialism. They will be given the opportunity to debate and discuss power and privilege, whilst learning about significant individuals such as Mary Prince and Olaudah Equiano, both of whom who sought to abolish slavery during the 19th century. We will then research the cause and consequence of their actions, and how they helped shape modern civilization. 

In art, we will be concentrating on architecture. The children will be constructing sculptures of aquatic wildlife from recycled pieces of plastic, taking inspiration from Veronika Richterova, who has famously produced some incredible artwork and sculptures from recycled waste, along with El Anatsui and Michelangelo. This sequence of art learning lends itself well to our geography topic as the children will be able to discuss and understand the environmental impact of pollution and plastic waste on our oceans. We also have a trip to see the Halle Orchestra in the spring term and will be exploring bread production in DT! Staff: 

Mr Bavington – Class Teacher 

Miss Johnson – Class Teacher 

Mrs Hawkes – Class Teacher 

Miss Hale – Support staff 

Mr Hammond – Support staff 

You can borrow books from Sheffield City Council Libraries. 

Our Recommended Reading List

Explore Learning have an excellent reading list which is grouped by year and genre. Click through: 

https://www.explorelearning.co.uk/free-resources/childrens-reading-lists-for-ages-4-14-best-books-to-read/#books-for-year-5 

You can also borrow books from Sheffield City Council Libraries. Find your closest Library here: 

https://www.sheffield.gov.uk/libraries-archives/our-libraries 

 

You can borrow these books from Sheffield City Council Libraries. Find your closest Library here: https://www.sheffield.gov.uk/home/libraries-archives/our-libraries

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