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Year 5

Welcome to Year Five!

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Class teacher:  Miss J Gill

Support staff:  Mrs J Hunter and Miss H Chambers

Hello year five!

 

One week of home school learning to go before we finish for the summer holidays!

 

Have a lovely holiday, enjoy yourselves and stay safe.  As you know, when you return you will be our Y6 pupils and I have spent a lot of time with Mrs Nevin and Mrs Brownbill telling them what a lovely class you are.  Please don't worry about coming back to school, we are all really looking forward to seeing you - I bet you have all grown!!  You will be a super year six, see you soon.

 

Miss Gill

 

 

 

White Rose Maths – Home learning – year five https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

 

Daily maths videos that teach the lessons I should be teaching!  The lessons follow the year five curriculum for the summer term; worksheets to support learning can be printed and completed plus answer sheets are available. There may be some concepts from the previous term, which the site expects you to know (percentages), so looking for ‘Introduction to percentages’ activities on My Maths or YouTube will help although I am confident a lot of you can work it out for yourselves!

 

 

BBC Bitesize daily lessons year five – https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/levels/zbr9wmn

 

BBC Bitesize has provided a programme of weekly, dated activities for you to have a look at.  Although some of the lessons are not usually taught during year five in school - for example the ancient Egyptians – there is sufficient information provided during the video and within the supplementary reading material for you to improve your knowledge of this interesting and exciting historical period.  After each video and quiz, there are suggested activities for you to complete. 

 

 

Department of Education - Oak Academy learning tutorials – https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-5/#subjects

 

The Department of Education has provided a useful resource to support home learning.  I would suggest that when you reach the homepage; select the ‘Subject’ tab then Year Five.  You will find three options - English, Foundation (topic work) and Maths.  The English and maths lessons provide a daily video and online activity for you to complete over the course of the week.  Again, some of the foundation subjects are not in line with what would be taught in our school however they are definitely worth a look.  If you are planning to complete all activities, there is a ‘Schedule’ for you to follow (refer to tab on the homepage.)

 

The following link will take you to the Top Marks website:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Have a go at playing 'hit the button' and practice halving, doubling, multiplication and division facts - don't forget squared numbers.

 

 

Please do not forget testbase and assertive mentoring maths sheets that the children can complete, it would really help if the children were practicing taught basic skills.

(See the Testbase numeracy tab below.)

 

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Try and read as many books as you can over the summer holidays, recommend your favourites to your friends!

 

 

 

 

Kindness Assembly.

 

The National Oak Academy have provided weekly assemblies for children to watch and enjoy covering topics like resilience and togetherness.  Last week, the Duchess of Cambridge contributed to their assembly on 'Kindness'.  I would encourage you to watch the assembly in order to understand the importance of being kind to those around us and the effects warm words have upon those who are feeling vulnerable.  It is also very important to talk to people around you if you need support or are not feeling very happy.  Everyday, do something which makes you feel happy.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/assemblies

The Literacy Counts website is offering free downloadable parent home packs for each year group with a particular reference to literacy and reading. Click on the PDF link below:

Power Maths have created Power Maths Summer Home Editions for children to work through at home. These are made up of Textbook and Practice Book pages from all three terms, which you may find useful:

https://preview.pearsonactivelearn.com/app/library

 

The archdiocese has very kindly provided some activities for home learning for our current topic.

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