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Year 5

Welcome to Year 5!

Home Learning

Hello all, below you will find a selection of work for you to access. There are a mixture of tasks to complete and you have been given an exercise book to use for this work. These are not required to be brought back into school, however it would be super useful to make sure you are completing at least one or two tasks per day. Thank you for your continued support at this time.

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02.04.20 update:
Hello, as today would be half term, I will be putting some new work together over this time for you to work through for next term! Don’t worry if you have not seen some of these topics before – I will help you along the way! I have uploaded a link to¬†spellingframe.co.uk¬†for you to continue practicing your Y5/6 words.

Stay safe!

Maths

Times table games
Maths activity booklet 
Maths Zone – UKS2
Mini Maths

English

Writing task 1: ‘Advertise your town’
Writing task 2: ‘The Ascent’
Writing task 3: ‘Film review’
Writing task 4: ‘Letter to your MP’
Writing task 5: ‘Continue the story’
Writing task 6: ‘Ancient Myths’

Reading

Reading Guidance
Fiction Revision Mat
Non-Fiction Revision Mat
Poetry Revision Mat

Topic / Science

Interactive Learning Links

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Year 5 Routines:

Staffing ‚ÄstMiss Watkins¬†is the Class Teacher and will be supported by Mrs Wray. Mrs Grayson shall also be providing 1:1 support in the classroom.

Reading РWe will listen to your child read in our guided groups or whole class reading at least once per week. Your child may also read to an adult on a one to one basis during the week.  Each day your child will bring home their independent reading book. Your child is expected to read for at least 20 minutes each day, to support this we would encourage you to read with your child daily and log this in their Home-School contact book so that we know reading has been completed.  These will be signed by Miss Watkins every Friday. They will be able to change the book as often as they want as long as they have completed a book review. The class also have access for a wide range of books in our classroom reading corner and in our school library.

English –¬†In Year 5, English is taught through the Power of Reading programme and the national curriculum expectation for spelling, grammar and punctuation, or ‘SPaG’. Outcomes are differentiated in the class as expectations are different for different groups. The children work to an orange, blue or yellow success criteria. The writing expectations for these criteria’s can be found below and used at home to support homework or other learning.¬†

Orange SC      Blue SC     Yellow SC

Homework РHomework books will be sent home on a Friday.  Homework is sent home weekly and will be a mixture of Spelling, English and Maths work.  Please make sure that you return the books to school by the following Friday.

P.E. РPE will be on a Monday and a Friday.  Please make sure that your child has a white t-shirt, dark shorts and plimsolls. On a Wednesday, PE will be led by a PE coach. We have PE led by Miss Watkins on a Friday afternoon. Please note that in Spring Term 2 there shall be no P.E on Friday as we have the exciting opportunity to work with the dance teacher on a Wednesday morning.

 

The Science and Topics covered in Year 5 are:

PSHE & Wellbeing

This year our school are focussing how we can ensure that everyone is taking care of their mind and their wellbeing. We have been looking at, in our ‘Wellbeing Wednesday’ worships, the five ways to well being. We have introduced a new way of teaching PSHE this year; this is called Jigsaw.In our classroom we have an area for us to take some time to reflect on our wellbeing and where we can keep our minds calm.¬†We also have an emotions board for us to reflect on our we are feeling and talk to a Mood Monitor if we need too! This could be positive, or maybe when we need a little ‘pick me up’ when we are feeling a bit blue. We are using our emotions board very effectively and can add any new emotions on throughout the year!

Wider School Community

In Year 5, we have lots of exciting opportunities within our school.

Some of us are able to be a part of the school Mini Police, School Council, Faith Followers and Junior Online Safety Officers!