Welcome to the Primary 5 Class Page!
Mrs Vaughan, Mrs Metcalfe and the children welcome you to the Primary 5 page.
On this page, we will keep you up-to-date and well informed about what is going on in our world!
Please scroll right down to the end, where you will find a list of websites that you will find useful and hopefully a lot of fun!
Information for Parents 2020/2021
Welcome to P5 Class of 2020/2021
September/ October 2020 Newsletter
Get reading with Roald Dahl!
Magnificent Michael Morpurgo.
Strengthen your reading with some Jeremy Strong!
Some children love the Harry Potter series and their reading just takes off! Not for everyone, but definitely for lots!
So many other amazing authors and books suitable for KS 2!
Dav Pilkey books are popular, especially with the boys.
‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’ books are really popular, especially at the start of the year.
It’s great to read Non-Fiction books to expand your knowledge and learn more about everything in our world....and out of this world!
Francesca Simon books are always a popular read with boys, especially at the start of the year.
DPS EXCLUSIVE...HEAD IN STORE!
So many great games on this website!
Play time games and become more familiar using analogue and digital time
Some activities linked to our ‘Journey of the Potato’ topic
We always look forward to a visit to Lisburn Museum: visit the Museum’s website to watch Virtual Tours and to discover more about the History of Linen and Ancient Egypt.
This website offers lessons that inspire children to love science.
Crash Course for Kids
A YouTube channel for children with videos on so many topics. Recommended parent co-viewing for Primary aged children.
Science-based challenging, fun and thought provoking real world Science projects.
This is an American site, but there are lots of appropriate activities for UK primary children.
World and Map games
Learn more about continents, countries, capitals and flags around the world.
Some good powerpoints on this site to assist with learning new concepts.
An online resources to assist your child with their reading.
How linen is made
Watch a video that takes you through the manufacture process from flax to the finished cloth.