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Ashperton Primary Academy

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Yellow Class

Welcome to Yellow Class!

Yellow Class is made up of 30 ambitious and hard working Year 5 pupils, who are taught and supported by Mrs Blake and Mrs Baird. On a Monday, Yellow Class are super lucky to be taught by Mrs Bullock. 

Year 5 is full of exciting and engaging lessons, lots of learning, and will be packed full of personal progress.

There is lots of new learning and we will work hard to practise and apply our learning and skills to gain a better understanding of ourselves and the world around us.


Mrs Blake:     Mrs Bullock:



Summer Learning Journey 2022

'North American Roadtrip'

Our class 'Learning Journey' approach means that different aspects of the curriculum combine to build a really creative curriculum. This term our Learning Journey is "North American Roadtrip".

Throughout our English, Maths, Science, History, Geography, Art and DT lessons, we will set sail across the Atlantic and explore North America for ourselves. 

To enhance and deepen our understanding and learning, we will have lots of practical lessons where we explore the different geographical features of North America. We will also explore historical moments of North America, dive into how we can support our SDG's (Sustainable Development Goals) from across the ocean.




English - 
Our English curriculum is linked with our Learning Journey. This term we will focus on a variety of fiction and non-fiction texts that will support and widen our knowledge and understanding of our Learning Journey and our English reading, writing and speaking skills. This will include character development, narrative writing and travel brochure creation.

Children will also have allocated time in class to read independently and to an adult. Please ensure that this is supported and continued at home with feedback recorded and signed in their reading diaries at least 3 times a week.


Maths -
This term, we will extend our understanding of fractions as decimals and percentages. We will explore equivalent fractions, decimals and precentages, and adding and subtracting decimals! Throughout, we will be applying our knowledge and understanding to real life scenarios such as adding and subtraction money.

Science - 

Our Science focus this term will be 'Living things and their Habitats; including Animals, including Humans (changes in humans). 


PE - 

PE will be on a Tuesday (Orienteering) and a Friday afternoon (Cricket) (taken by Miss Bishop). 

Please ensure PE Kit is in all week in case of timetable change.

Continuing Learning at Home - 

- Spellings will be given every week on a Friday for a test on Thursday.
- Times tables should be practised regularly through Times Table Rockstars.
- Maths or Grammar homework will be set on a Friday alternating, ready to be handed in on Thursday via Seesaw (children will have individual homework books that can be kept at home).

- Maths, Grammar and Reading homework should be handed in with a photograph and or comment via Seesaw, marked by a parent or guardian to show it has been supported – answers are in the back of the relevant books.

- Children are expected and should be encouraged to read every night. Reading to an adult at least 3 times a week. Please sign to record this is being done and provide feedback in their reading diary (book changes will be every Tuesday). 


Subject Knowledge Organisers can be found below. These outline key learning points and are used in school to help recap and retain key skills and knowledge. At home these are a great tool to create conversations with your children surrounding their current school learning!


In Yellow Class we are always keen for an extra pair of hands to help us - if you feel you would be able to support our class by listening to us read, please do get in touch with Miss Wise or Mrs Bullock.


Below, you will find any supportive learning resources, as well as important Yellow Class information. 

If there is anything you are unsure about or have any queries (no matter how big or small!), please do not hesitate to send me an email or note. I will always do my best to respond as soon as possible! 


Wow Yellow Class, we now head into our Summer Term! We have lots of exciting learning ahead of ourselves. 


Miss Wise -