Rhododendron Walk, Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 8PN

01344 882631

Ascot Heath Primary School

“Preparing our children for all of their tomorrows”

Welcome to Eagles

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Teaching staff

Mrs Coleman (Mon to Weds), Mrs Hatton (Weds to Fri)

Supported by Mrs Moffatt and Miss Golding


Meet the teacher 

Below are a few things that hopefully you will find useful. If you have any questions, then please contact us via the school office email address.

Important Dates

Wednesday 13th -Swimming

November 1st - Ancient Greek day


Wednesday  - Swimming

Thursday - Indoor P.E

Children come into school wearing correct P.E kit 


Year 5 pupils usually receive English and maths homework  each week. All homework will be posted on Teams, and unless otherwise stated, returned via Teams as well. 

If the children have My Maths for their Maths homework, this is marked online by My Maths straight away and is submitted online the day it is completed. 




The children are given a list of words at the beginning of each half term. They are taught the spelling rule at the beginning of the week and then the test is usually carried out on a Friday. In the daily activities section there is a document with different ways to help the children learn the spellings.



The children all have access to TTRockstars, which they are encouraged to use to help them improve their speed at answering questions. Occasionally they will have time in school to use TTRockstars. When playing in Garage and Arena games, TTRockstars uses data-informed algorithm, which issues each learner with questions that are just right for them, every time. This will optimise every practice session and accelerate their progress to becoming a times tables rock star! 


On a Tuesday the children take part in a Club 99 challenge, they are given their tests  so they can share with you how they have done. 

Club 99 is a set of challenges that get increasingly more difficult. The children are given 8 minutes to complete the questions. 



The children are expected to read at least 4 times a week and we would the children to record it in their reading journals.  At the front of the books there are questions that they should use to help them with the comment. The books will be checked weekly.  

The children receive awards for the number of times they have read.

You may find these website useful to find books for your children to read. 


 Useful for finding books suitable for certain age and genre.



 Book recommendation along with questions and activities for books.

Below are a set of posters which can guide you and your children to a selection of books if your child is interested in a certain author or series of books. The posters provide a selection of other books that they may enjoy with a similar theme. 

 David Walliams.pdfDownload
 Dog Man.pdfDownload
 Harry Potter.pdfDownload
 Horrible Histories.pdfDownload
 Jacqueline Wilson.pdfDownload
 Michael Morpurgo.pdfDownload
 Roald Dahl.pdfDownload
 The Famous Five.pdfDownload
 The Worst Witch.pdfDownload
 Tom Gates.pdfDownload
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Please find below a list of recommended reads for Year 5 which may provide useful if you are looking for the next book to read. 

 Recommend reads year 5 checklist.pdfDownload
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Below is a list of Mathematical vocabularly that your child will be taught throughout their time in Year 5.

 Statistics Vocabulary Year 5.pdfDownload
 Y5 Place Value Vocabulary.pdfDownload
 Year 5 - Perimeter and Area Vocabulary.pdfDownload
 Year 5 Addition and Subtraction Vocabulary.pdfDownload
 Year 5 Fraction Vocabulary Cards and Assessment.pdfDownload
 Year 5 multiplication and divsion 2.pdfDownload
 Year 5 Multiplication- Vocabulary Cards.pdfDownload
 Year 5 position and direction vocabulary.pdfDownload
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Calculation policy

Below is the calculation policy for Year 5. 

 Calculation policy.pdfDownload
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Class Charter

The children worked together to decide on the statements in the class charter.

Autumn Term Quest

Our Autumn Term quest is 'Groovy Greeks' 

The quest is based on the history curriculum, we will also be linking our English lessons. The children will be writing non-chronological reports about mythical creatures and writing their own Greek Myth.

Below is a curriculum overview of the  learning Eagles will be doing during our autumn quest. 

Class Texts

During the autumn Term our class texts will include:

Who Let The Gods out

Written by Maz Evans, 

Elliot has so far succeeded in keeping his mum’s illness a secret but now the money is running out and things are getting desperate.

When a young Zodiac goddess, Virgo, lands in his back garden, Elliot thinks he might see a way to resolve some of his difficulties but, instead, the pair manage to accidentally release Thanatos - the immortal death-daemon - from centuries of imprisonment.

With a wicked megalomaniac on the loose, Elliot and Virgo are out of their depth so must call on the help of Zeus and other long-retired gods to recapture the fugitive. But can they get to Thanatos before he gets to take over the world?

We have class copies but you are welcome to purchase copies for your child. Please make sure all personal copies are named!



Birthday book wish list

As an alternative to sweets or cake, the children are welcome to bring in a book for their class to celebrate their birthday. Please see below a list of books we would like for Eagles

The Light in Everything -  Katya Balen

The Lion Above the Door- Onjali Q Rauf

The Elephant in the Room - Holly Goldberg Sloan

The Chime Seekers - Ross Montgomery

Dragon Skin - Karen Foxlee

Danny Cheug does not do Maths - Maisie Chan

Summer term quest overview