Welcome to Year 5 – Y5SB
Our staff for 2018/19:
Mrs H Roe Teaching Assistants Mrs J Collins and Mrs U Saeed
The children have had a fantastic first term in Y5. They have gained a breadth of knowledge by exploring the question “Does change always lead to progress?” During this topic, they visited the Jorvick Viking Centre and discovered lots of the Anglo-Saxons, Romans and Vikings. Our outcome at Firth Park Library in which we told our stories to our parents, was a huge success!
During this term, we will be learning about Earth and Space and exploring the question “What is my place in the universe?” Through our writing, art and scientific enquiries. The children are already off to a stellar start by researching the planets and forces which hold our solar system together.
Find out more by looking at our learning journey.
By the end of the topic, we hope to be Space experts and hold our own science exhibit!
In maths, we will be focusing on the key skills in multiplication and division and fractions. The children are enjoying working in their maths groups and are keen to develop their arithmetic skills, we have been using different apparatus to help us understand how multiplication and division works practically and are now becoming amazing mathematicians by apply more abstract methods to real world problems.
In literacy, we are working on our own information booklet on the different planets of the solar system to be displayed in the science museum in Leicester. We have been using our research skills to find our own planetary facts and are eagerly putting them into our own reports.
In regards to our timetable, we have PE on Tuesday afternoons so please remember to bring your PE kit. We have shared the timetable with parents and children, so any queries please get in touch.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss anything, please do not hesitate to see me before or after school. If this is not possible you can also ring the school office.
Tuesday – P.E Kit needs to be in school.
Friday – Homework and spellings will be sent home. Spelling test will also take place on this day.
Our school council representative is:
Latest Class News
On Wednesday 17th July, Hucklow held their annual Summer Fayre with products made by the children as part of their enterprise learning. Products made ranged from homemade lemonade to Darwin pops (a Year 6 twist on cake pops!) and a range of games and even soak the...read more
Team work, care and resilience were all in play as the Year 6 children went on a very sunny residential visit to Thornbridge Outdoors in Derbyshire. The children overcame many fears including a fear of heights to make their way around the Sky Ropes and being able to...read more
It was a case of lights, camera and action for the Year 6's very last performance at Hucklow Primary School. The children superbly pulled together to perform a musical piece on the life of Charles Darwin, Darwin Rocks. With catchy tunes and strong singing...read more
'A truly amazing performance!' Mrs Bridges, Executive Headteacher of Hucklow declared after watching our Year 4 children put on a very impressive performance of Macbeth by William Shakespeare. Mrs Collins, Year 4 class teacher and director of the performance said that...read more
As part of our Easter celebrations this year, each year group across school designed and made Easter bonnets. To showcase their bonnets the children had an Easter Bonnet parade with the rest of their year group and a mini disco! From each year group a winner was...read more
World Book Day 2019 saw some of the most amazing costumes, outfits and wonderfully imaginative story characters being brought to life. Our day started off with a wonderfully arranged assembly by our Reading Lead, Mrs Keown, who gave a quiz and set out the events of...read more
Red Nose Day at Hucklow is always a fun event. As part of our efforts to raise money for good causes students dressed as members of staff and adults dressed as school children in a role reversal day. In Year 5 and Year 6 the children looked at the story of Farhad, a...read more
Pirate Day As part of our immersion week on pirates, today we are having a pirate day! We will be attending pirate school to learn everything about being the best pirate. At school we will learn how to dance like a pirate and sing like a pirate. We will learn how to...read more
To mark Safer Internet Day 2019, each year group in school took part in a number of different activities based around keeping themselves safe online. This years theme for Safer Internet Day was 'Together for a Better Internet'. The year 6's had the opportunity to look...read more
Year 4 visited the Lyceum Theatre to watch a performance of ‘The Worst Witch’ as part of their current curriculum topic, 'Should Everyone Be Heard?'. It was many children’s first time visiting the theatre and the experience was a highly enjoyable and entertaining one...read more