Year 5 Curriculum
The Year 5 curriculum is broken down into three key themes, each of which is taught over one term. Below you can read a summary of what the children experience in each theme. Each learning experience is specifically shaped to build on previous knowledge and to provide lasting memories. We strive to teach a broad and balanced curriculum that stimulates and challenges pupils to enable them to acquire knowledge, skills and understanding relevant to life in the 21st century.
Our curriculum drivers are embedded in everything that we do.
RESILIENCE means not giving up/persisting; having a positive view of oneself as a learner, managing distractions.
RESOURCEFULNESS means using your initiative and a range of strategies; being independent.
REFLECTION means thinking about your own learning; planning your work; assessing your own work.
RELATIONSHIPS means you can learn effectively in a group; know when to work in a pair, group or alone.