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Primary 5

Welcome to Mrs Corbett's Primary 5 Class!  

We have made a fantastic start to the school year and we have settled well into the new routine of Primary 5. Each and every one of us are working extremely hard in all areas of school life, making our teacher and parents extremely proud! This new term has seen us grow into more independent learners whilst accepting new challenges with positivity and determination. 

 

We've a busy and exciting year ahead so keep an eye on our class page to keep updated with our learning journey.

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Primary 5 reinforcing their learning during Forest Schools. Their task was to create different angles using sticks.

 

 

       

 

Primary 5 were exploring the school grounds to find 3 types of angles, Obtuse, Acute and Right angles.

Everyone enjoyed making use of the outdoor spaces

 

                  

 

                                

Curriculum Information

Topics

  • Mighty Me
  • Polar Regions
  • Electricity
  • Ancient Egyptians
  • World War Two

Reading

It is important to read with your child each night, this will increase their vocabulary, fluency and comprehension skills. Ask questions along the way. Please ensure your child reads a variety of material.

Mental Maths

It is important that you practise the mental maths focus for the week with your child each night, this will aid them in all areas of their numeracy learning.

PE

PE is on a Wednesday. Please ensure each item of your child’s PE kit is labelled before bringing it into school.

Homework

Homework will follow the same format each week. It includes reading, spelling and a mental maths focus.

 

Monday - Numeracy

Tuesday - Literacy

Wednesday - Numeracy

Thursday - Reciprocal Reading Task

 

Always TALK to your child about what they are doing in school - this is the best form of home learning you can do. Talk, listen and join in where you can.

 

Please click on the link below for more information regarding the Primary 5 curriculum. 

P5 Curriculum Information.ppt