Learning In Year Five

Year Five is another exciting Year. Expectations continue to be high both on personal,academic targets and age appropriate social and emotional independence. Children take more responsibility this year and are expected to be positive role models for the younger years. The time set aside for homework increases slightly (see Homework Policy) and the expectation that it is both completed and handed in on time remains. 

Children are introduced to French Lessons this year and begin the key skills of learning simple vocabulary that are then used in sentences. 

This year (2016) sees the introduction of a very exciting new project to Cherry Tree Academy that promises to capture the imagination of everyone involved. Keep checking this page to learn more about this exciting new project. 

The Year Five Challenge tests children's teamwork skills, their excellent communication skills and their resilience this year and this combined with the opportunity to enjoy another residential visit ensures that Year Five is action packed. 

Click here to view the Curriculum for Year Five

Click here to learn about the end of year expectations for Year Five in Reading, Writing and Maths