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Welcome to Year 5

A warm welcome to year 5H! My name is Mrs Hussain and I am the year 5 class teacher. I am really looking forward to the academic year and teaching all the children in year 5.


During the autumn term our topic is World War I, as it is the 100 year anniversary in November of the end of the war.
This term in science our topic is electric city and in religious education we will be learning about Islam.
During PE this term we will be playing tag rugby and learning all the rules.

Our class book that we are reading is "The boy in the dress" by David Walliams which the children seem to be enjoying.




Home Learning

Please try to hear your child read daily and sign their reading record so it can count towards the "Read for the stars" reward in school. We suggest that they read at least three times a week for at least 10 minuets each time.

The children are also working hard learning their times tables which we send home each week.

Class Notices

P.E. is on a Thursday. Please ensure your child has their school P.E. kit with them. We would suggest that the children bring their P.E. kit in on a Monday and if necessary take it home on a Friday, or even better at the end of the half term. There is sometimes the opportunity for the children to do extra P.E. sessions and having their kit in school would really help. South Bank Primary P.E. kit is a white t-shirt, black shorts and a pair of plimsolls or trainers (not school shoes).
Earrings need to be removed or covered for PE.

Our Year 5 school councillors are Elissa Simpson and Connor Watson.

Important Info

School Day starts promptly at 08.50 and ends at 15.00 each day.

Let's Celebrate



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