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Year 5 - Acer Class


Welcome to Year 5 - Acer Class!

Who are the staff in Acer Class?


Mrs. Draper - Class Teacher

Mrs. Eaves - Class TA


A warm welcome to the Acer Class website page. Here you will find general information about the class; links to resources and homework tasks and an overview of the learning taking place in school.

Please see the tabs on the right for extra information about each term including what will be covered in Maths, English, Topic, Heartsmart and RE; days which Acer Class will have PE and, at the bottom of each page, there are links to homework.

If you need to contact me please do this through the office.

What does our weekly timetable look like?

Year 5 Weekly Timetable

What does the curriculum look like in Year 5?

Year 5 Curriculum Overview 2023-24

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How do we reward children in Acer Class?

We believe in positive praise and always seek opportunities to reward the children when they are showing the school values of Courage, Kindness, Resilience, Honesty and Being the Best they Can Be.


In class, we have adapted a 'traffic light' system, which the children are familiar with. 

See below for more details.


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BLUE: Children will visit Mrs Kennedy or Mr Neal for a reward.

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YELLOW: Busy Bee! Children will receive house points.

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GREEN: Green to Go! All children start here.

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ORANGE: Stop and Think. Children have been given a warning.

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RED: Consequence! Children will receive a sanction.


In PSHE we have been thinking about feelings and emotions and how these impact on our behaviour. We have been using The Zones of Regulation to describe and discuss our emotions and have talked about how we can be more 'heartsmart'.

We also quite often refer to the Zones of Regulation when talking about issues, giving children the opportunity to stop and think, firstly about what colour zone they are in and secondly to consider the size of the problem.

See the documents below for more information.