Year 5 Staff
Mr Abbassy - Class Teacher
Mrs Wilson - Teaching Assistant
Miss Dunne - LSA
Mrs Moore - LSA
Spring 1- COMING SOON
Autumn 2- Ancient Egypt
Shakespeare - "The Scottish Play"
Are you ready to meet the Bard himself, to explore one of our country’s – and the world’s – greatest ever playwrights? We will immerse ourselves in the world of Shakespeare, undergoing detailed research to find out what it was like to visit the theatre in 14th Century England. We will write diary entries and compare this to theatres in modern times. Then, in preparation for our Shakespeare Schools Festival performance after half-term, we will bury ourselves in the play itself, learning about all the weird and wonderful characters that will bring our play to life! We will write social media posts from the 14th Century to get inside the characters’ minds, whilst all the time exploring the rich, and very different, language that Shakespeare can delight us with. We will finish the topic by wowing the crowd as we present an abridged version of a Shakespeare classic... just don't mention it by name - it's bad luck!
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Class Meeting resources
Below is the presentation given during the Class Meeting at the beginning of term. This contains important information relating to the year ahead. Alternatively you can download it here.
Topics covered this term: Place Value, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division.
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
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