Welcome to Y5I
Welcome to Year 5I!
I am Miss Ibinson and I will be your teacher this year. I have been at Lingey House for 2 years now and have moved up from Year 4 with this current year group. I am a huge fan of creative and fun lessons and I can't wait to show you what we have in store for you over the next 9 months.
Our fantastic teaching assistant this year is Mrs. Martin and she will be helping us to be the absolute best we can be and learning lots of amazing, new things. I am sure we are going to have the best year yet!
Today we had a session with Nicola Noble, who works for the Gateshead SSP. We had a session focussed on improving stamina and fitness levels. It was to encourage exercise at home with little to no equipment. We had a fantastic time and our hearts were racing in the end!
This half term children will be taking part in 6 Forest School Sessions. Click on the link below to look at the photographs.
Happy Chinese New Year from Year 5I.
We celebrated by having a lesson in Chinese dancing!
Spring Term 1
This half term, our topic will be War and Peace during which we will look at the first and second World Wars.
Our novel for this half term is Goodnight Mister Tom by Michelle Magorian. We will be looking specifically at the use of dialect and description.
In Maths, we will be continuing our work on multiplication but moving on to look at written methods. We will be learning how to multiply two digits by two digits before moving on to start our fractions unit.
This half term, we are looking at forces in Science. We will be conducting lots of experiments to investigate push, pull, friction, air resistance and water resistance.
Autumn Term 2
This half term, our topic will be Our Local Area. We will be specifically looking at how land use has changed over time.
We will be finishing off our work on Holes this half term, culminating in a non-chronological report on lizards.
In Maths, we will be working on area and perimeter initially before moving on to working on multiplication including multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000.