Welcome to Year 5
Hello Year 5,
I hope you are all keeping well and happy and enjoying completing all the different activities. I have enjoyed seeing the different activities you have been completing so please keep posting them on Twitter.
Above is your new grid for over Easter. It is an important time of the year and we need to think about the true meaning of Holy Week. I am looking forward to seeing what you to do to help you remember this.
You can still complete the activities from previous grids here:
There are also lots of new activities that have been set for you to complete on Education City and Purple Mash.
I am really missing you all and looking forward to seeing you all when we return to school.
Keep washing your hands, take care and stay safe.
Sing along and warm those vocal muscles and feel good with our very own Mr Leech from the Diocese of Leeds Singing Programme- Sing with Mr Leech
For the budding authors - why not enter this Historical Story Writing Competition for Years 5 & 6.
These websites can be used to help support learning from home.
|Spelling Frame||BBC Bitesize||My Mini Maths|
|TT Rockstars||Purple Mash||Pobble 365|
The following are arithmetic tests that can be completed at home.
|Arithmetic test 1||Arithmetic test 2||Arithmetic test 3|
|Reasoning test 1||Reasoning test 2|
Times tables games are a fun way for children to keep practicing their times tables.
Year 5 and 6 statutory spelling list can be found here
To support your child in continuing to develop his/her reading whilst at home, you are able to access books online from the Oxford series. These are available at Oxford Owl online books.
Or you could log on to this website to listen to stories - for free!
The following are reading comprehensions that can be completed at home.
|Text 1||Questions for text 1|
|Text 2||Questions for text 2|
There are also some spelling, punctuation and grammar tests to complete
|SPAG test 1||SPAG test 2||SPAG test 3|
There will be regular activities set online for you to complete through Education City
There are also some fun science experiments you can try at home.
|Coin tower||Water twist||Disappearing colour wheel|
In addition, there are also RE resources available at RE Resources
Homework - this is extremely important if children are going to reach their potential.
Maths is given out every Monday and expected back in on Thursday morning. This will then be marked together in class on Friday.
English is given out on Tuesday and expected back in on Friday morning.
Spellings will be sent home on Thursday and there will be a spelling test the following Thursday.
**Booster classes are always available for homework help - just ask and bring your homework book!**
Please check and sign all homework to say that you are happy with the standard that it has been completed to.
Reading Books - reading is vital to support progress in all curriculum areas. Children must read at home daily, bring their books back in on time and read a range of materials from novels, comics, newspapers and fictional texts. It is important that reading records and books are in school every day and signed prior to being changed.
P.E - P.E in school will take place on a Monday afternoon and a Friday morning. Children should have both their indoor and outdoor kits in school. Please make sure that they have all the necessary kit in school ready for these sessions.
Please check our school's Twitter feed to see what we have been up to.
Thank you for your help and support over the coming year,
Mrs Gray, Mrs Price and Mrs Cooper.
Click here to access our new Year 5 Class Writing Blog
Click below to access Year 5's blog page