Year 5 2019 - 2020
Hi, I enjoy reading, listening to music and family holidays especially those in the Lake District or in sunny climates!
Welcome toSummer Term Year 5
As school remains closed for the majority of pupils, please keep in touch using the class Twitter page and email. I love seeing your pictures and videos so keep them coming.
Welcome to the start of a most unusual Summer Term. I do hope you are all keeping safe and well and that you have managed to have fun during the break. It has been a great opportunity to spend time together and to learn new skills. My family and I have finally decluttered our garages and started making our garden look presentable! It has been all hands on deck in our home. I am now a dab hand using the electric sander (proud teacher)! Catching up with my friends and family on line has been an important way of staying in touch. With my new found technology skills, I am now ready for the challenges of the term ahead!
You have all been given a Reading Comprehension book and a Maths Activity book which I know lots of you were working hard on before Easter. Try to continue doing a little of these books on a daily basis. Also, please click on the 'Home Learning week commencing...' tab above to find out about activities you could attempt this week. I have linked 5 English lessons and 5 Maths lessons. Please tweet or email me if you have any problems. I will reply as soon as I can although some days I will be working in school so it might take me a bit longer.
Whole school project
As a school, we greatly value the vital work of the NHS and our many Weaver parents who are currently working bravely on the front line. Here is an NHS school project created by The Robin Hood Trust. It is a list of activities and ideas that you might like to have a go at over the coming weeks. I would love to see your work on twitter.
We’ve got this team 5. Keep doing your best, being active, challenging yourself and most importantly being kind and understanding to your family.
Miss you all. Keep smiling.
There are links to websites relating to all subjects in the Home Learning Tab. I have also attached a Home Learning page to our class 5. I will add useful worksheets which you can print for your children to do at home. I will also add the answers to the Year 5 comprehension books so you can mark the work with your child.
Stay safe and be motivated to use your brains in creative ways class 5. I am only an email away if you need support.
Welcome to class 5. I am delighted to be sharing your learning journey with you. As class 5 teacher, I love all the fun activities and challenges the year brings. The Iceburg Illusion by Sylvia Duckworth and The power of Yet are important aspects of Growth Mind Set. This will help your child to develop perseverance and 'grit.' Keep these in your mind when learning both at school and at home.
Now that your child is in upper key stage 2, the curriculum is challenging and in depth. Any support you can give at home is extremely valuable and appreciated. It is important that you ask your child what they are learning and if they require any additional help to secure the learning. Please instil the importance of asking for help at school if unsure.
It is important that the children are taught a broad, balanced curriculum and with this in mind, we will be going on school trips, as well as taking part in numerous music and sporting activities.
PE will be each Tuesday and Wednesday, although it is helpful to have kits in school every day for additional sessions. On alternate Fridays, the children will have a session at Brine Leas.
We will be using ICT across all areas of the curriculum and have access to a wealth of resources including laptops, PCs, iPads and iMac computers.
Regular English and Maths home learning activities will be set on a Friday to be returned the following Wednesday. I do expect homework to be completed to the same high standard as classwork and handed in on time! On occasions, homework will be uploaded to the school website or set on Mathletics. Arrangements can be made for pupils who are unable to access the internet at home. There will also be opportunities for extended project home learning linked to specific topics throughout the year.
As in previous years, your child should aim to read for 20 minutes each evening. It is vital that some of this reading is out loud to an adult and followed up with discussion work about the text. Please record this in their Reading Diary.
In the front of your child's spelling book, is a list of the spelling rules which are covered in years 3 and 4 as well as the ones we will be covering in year 5. Each Monday, the children will be inroduced to a particular rule. They will then have a week to investigate and practise the rule before doing a test the following Monday. Please encourage your child to use the website Spelling Frame to practise the spelling rules and to help in narrowing any gaps in their learning. Alongside the patterns, the children will revise spellings from year 3 and 4 moving on to spellings in the year 5 and 6 list. These words can be found in the reading diary on page 100.
Times Tables is another essential skill. The children will be tested each Friday. Please support your child as good times tables knowledge supports many different areas of Mathematics.
There are a wealth of great websites to support learning in Year 5 so please see the tab above for ideas.
Have fun learning. Remember to keep challenging yourself and keep persevering.
Mrs A Horsley
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