On this page you will find Parent Information for your child's particular year group. You can also find some information about each class.
Key Stage 2 Tuck Shop
The Key Stage 2 tuck shop will be open during morning break for the children to purchase fruit with their tokens. Tokens can be bought in quantities of 1 to 10 costing 20 pence each. Tokens are to be paid for in advance and the children collect them from the office at break time on a Monday.
Counselling Service for Children
At school we provide a counselling service for children called 'Time for me' which is run by Alison Shingfield from the Benjamin Foundation. If you would like to find out more about this service, please contact the School Office.
Year 5 Maths – Place Value (Identify The Value of Digits)
Year 5 Maths – Formal Written methods
When teaching formal written methods for maths, children are first taught through the use of concrete resources (such as manipulating counters, multi-link cubes etc.) and then progress onto pictorial representations (such as drawing counters). These tutorials model the abstract approach to teaching formal written methods, in which the concrete and pictorial supports are removed and the children focus solely on the numbers.
If children struggle with these tutorials, please keep in mind that they may benefit from further concrete or pictorial representations before progressing onto these formal written methods. The children’s class teachers will be aware of this and will be ensuring appropriate provision for these children.
Year 5 – Column Addition (Including Exchanging)
Note: When the instructor speaks about ‘carrying’ or ‘borrowing’, we refer to this as ‘exchanging’. For example, we exchange 10 units for 1 ten.
Year 5 – Column Subtraction (Including Exchanging)
Note: When the instructor speaks about ‘carrying’ or ‘borrowing’, we refer to this as ‘exchanging’. For example, we exchange 1 ten for 10 units.
Year 5 – Expanded and Compact Multiplication
Note: When the instructor speaks about ‘carrying’, we refer to this as ‘exchanging’. For example, we exchange 10 units for 1 ten.
Year 5 – Bus Stop Division Method
Year 5 – Rounding To Nearest Multiple Of…
Note: When approaching rounding, children initially learn to round visually by placing the number on a number line and considering the two multiples of ___ on either side of the number. They then consider which multiple the number is closest to.