Class 5 2019 - 2020
Year 5 Class Page
As school is opening for more children, I will be in school teaching a group full time. I will try my best to keep on top of emails that I recieve during the school day but I won't be able to respond immediately. Thank you.
Welcome to Year 5!
Welcome to Year 5!
Year 5 Home learning - week beginning 29th June
I have emailed out both the literacy and maths tasks for this week. The literacy is in an acitvity booklet form this week, I've also uploaded it onto this page. If you have not recieved an email then please do let me know.
As always, please do not hesitate to ask me any questions via email.
Year 5 Home learning – Week beginning 22nd June
Well done for all the brilliant learning that’s taking place at home, not long now until the summer holidays!
I have emailed through all the links to the maths resources for this week. There are still activities on my maths if you would prefer to use that or use that as well.
This week’s literacy is based on the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c88QE6yGhfM
I have uploaded into the files an activity pack which goes alongside the video called ‘Catch it!’ These can be completed for Monday and Tuesday.
As well as completing some of the fun activities in the pack, by Wednesday I would also like you to start to write the story of the video.
Wednesday – Plan out the main points from the video, think about summarising the story in bullet points and plan how you are going to add in more detail.
Thursday - Plan how you are going to structure your story, will it be in the first person? Will you be using direct speech? Or will you narrate the story and just describe what is happening in the third person?
Friday – Begin to write your story, perhaps consider writing your story in sections/paragraphs at a time, making sure you are explaining the story as best as you can.
Once you’re done, email your story to me! I can’t wait to read them!
Year 5: It is important that you complete most (if not all!) of these home learning tasks independently, your parents do not need to become your new teacher, you can be your own teacher! I believe that every single one of you can take on the task of being your own teacher, try to be as independent as possible!
The BBC has worked really hard and has teamed up with lots of other educational companies to give you daily lessons. These are great for giving you a bit of structure to your day! This is the link to the website that has all the information you need. To help those who might not have access to the internet, all of the lessons each day will be on the Red button on the TV. This means that everyone should be able to complete these home learning tasks at home! I’d love to see some pictures of you completing your home learning, you can upload them to the school website for us all to see!
I will still be uploading other tasks for you to complete on My Maths each day, these will link with the BBC daily lessons too and I’ll try to tailor these so that they are sufficiently challenging for each of you. As always you can keep doing your ReadTheory and 99math and I will keep the class page updated with who is coming top of the leaderboard/who is improving most!
Stanley, India, Georgia and Louis are doing a fantastic job with their reading! Keep it up!
New 99math code: 81180851
I still think it is great if you keep chatting with me and your class mates on our school website and let everyone know what you’ve been up to. I will be posting what I’ve been doing over the Easter break on there and it would be great to hear from you all too! Keep going with the taskboard and if you need any more ideas for activities, just let me know!
Parents: I know that home schooling can be difficult, so if there is anything you think of that you think would be of help, please email me and I will do my best to help you further.
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