Welcome to year 5!
Throughout Year 5, we endeavour to build resilience, confidence and a desire for learning in all children. Through carefully chosen topics which we hope will engage the children, as well as exciting novels during guided reading, we want all children in Year 5 to reach their full potential. Through the vehicle of history, the children will explore the question ‘Is War Glorious?’ The quest to answer this philosophical question will be explored through the lenses of both the Roman Empire and the Vikings. As a research project, could you discover where these two great civilizations came from, what they believed, and why they are of any significance to us?
In the spring term, the children will turn their attention to the equally thought-provoking question ‘Is the Western World the same?’ In exploring this difficult question, the children will explore the human and physical geographies of Great Britain, Europe and the United States of America. To answer with clarity, the ‘land of the free’ will be studied to a depth that will expose the children to its culture, traditions and physical peculiarities. Our final topic, however, requires the children to gaze into space’s abyss in order to tackle one of humanity’s greatest existential questions: ‘Are We Alone in the Universe?’
Hello all! I have been teaching for 12 years now after graduating from Queen University Belfast and then Cambridge University. For the last year, I have been teaching Year 5 here at Wath COE.
My favourite hobbies include football, mountain biking and walking in the countryside. I am also a dad of three children and love spending time with them all on our family holidays; travelling is something I have really enjoyed throughout my life and I have worked across the world.
I look forward to welcoming you to Year 5.
I'm Ms Taylor and I'm going to be working with Mr Harpur in Y5 this year.
I started working at Wath C of E in January 2000. I was already very familiar with this school as my daughter came here and before that, many years ago, I came here myself!
I love working as a Teaching Assistant and consider myself very lucky to be a part of the children's journey through our school.
When I'm not at school, I enjoy walking, doing jigsaws and spending time with my daughter and her dogs.