Year 5

Welcome to Year 5             

Ms L Lawrence (Y5 teacher)

Mrs D White (PPA teacher- Monday PM)

Mrs N Dunstone  (LSA)

In Year Five, the children enjoy learning in a variety of ways through a richly creative, broad and balanced curriculum.  We use cross curricular learning themes in which subjects overlap to reinforce and compliment each other.  We aim to develop knowledge, concepts, skills, dispositions and attitudes necessary for the child's whole development.  We embrace 'Learning Without Limits' where children are not put into 'boxes' but are given the chance to surprise us - and themselves - about what they can achieve.

                  

 

 

Y5 HOMEWORK (click on date for link)

 

Term 1 Homework

Terms 1&2 Optional Project Grid

TTRockstars: https://play.ttrockstars.com

Reading - 5 times a week

 

Terms 3 & 4 Optional Project Grid

 

 

Year 3 and 4 Spellings >

Year 5 and 6 Spellings >

  

Y5 NOTICES

 

6.1.20 - INSET day

7.1.20 - Children return to school

8.1.20 - Year 5 WOW day - come dressed in your own clothes to start our research project on the Maya civilisation

14.2.20 - End of term 3

24.2.20 - Start of term 4

5.3.20 World Book Day

13.3.20 Dress as a sports star for Sport Relief

 

End of term 4 - 3.4.20

 

 

Terms 1 & 2 curriculum information

Class information

Terms 3 & 4 curriculum information

 

 

 

School closure information

I have started a blog on padlet - this is for the children to use to show me some of the learning they have been doing during school closure - this could be based on what I have set or could be anything else they think is relevant. I have to approve posts before they go on so if they aren't relevant they won't make it on there!

 

Please use the following link to access our page https://padlet.com/Mslawrence/year5 (fingers crossed this works - if not please let me know via the class e-mail and I will try my best to sort it out email: y5@worleburyprimary.com

Useful websites:

Maths

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q 

https://nrich.maths.org/8495

https://www.themathsfactor.com/

English

https://www.spag.com/

https://www.nessy.com/uk/ (if you have a log in)

Art 

http://www.robbiddulph.com/draw-with-rob 

Optional Summer Holiday Learning

Happy Summer Holidays Year 5!

It has been so lovely seeing some of you at school this week and we are really looking forward to seeing everyone in September. 

The link to your optional Summer Holiday home learning is below. Each week there is a link to some online learning for Maths. English and SPaG learning.

There is also a link below to a range of poems for you to use to practise your handwriting.

Have a fantastic summer,

See you all soon.

Mrs White.

Year 5 Optional Summer Holiday Learning

Handwriting

The Eagle

The Crocodile

Windy Nights

A Railway Carriage

Leisure

 

W/b 13.07.20

Hello Year 5,

I hope you have all had a great week.

Home learning links for this week are listed below. Some of you will have a busy week due to transition, so just complete the work that you are able to around your time in school.

Thank you for sharing your fantastic work with me this term. I hope you all have a wonderful summer break and I am really looking forward to seeing you all when we can return to school.

Mrs White

Overview 13.07.20

English

Week 7 Tasks               (Text is the same as last week)

Reading 10 minutes per day.

Spelling

Look, say, cover, write, check                   Wordsearch                    Text Message Activity

Handwriting

SPaG

SPaG Mat                   SPaG Mat answers

Maths

TTRockstars/Numbots 10 minutes per day

Maths Lesson 1                   Lesson 1 answers

Maths Lesson 2                   Lesson 2 answers

Maths Lesson 3                   Lesson 3 answers

Maths Lesson 4                    Lesson 4 answers

Maths Lesson 5                   Lesson 5 answers

Optional Lesson 6               Lesson 6 answers

 

W/b 06.07.20

Hello again Year 5,

I hope you have all had a good week.

It was lovely to see some of you at our zoom check in again and to hear from some of you about the brilliant home learning you have been doing.

Your home learning links are below. Please remember to email me using the class email address y5@worleburyprimary.com if you have any questions or if you need any help. Remember there is also a range of activities for you to complete from the project grid.

Have a great week.

Mrs White

Overview 06.07.20

English

Week 6 Text                    Week 6 Tasks

Reading 10 minutes per day. Remember there are a great range of fiction and non fiction texts available on Bug Club. Have another look this week and find one which interests you.

Spelling

Look, say, cover, write, check              Wordsearch              Creating a Crossword Activity

Handwriting

SPaG

SPaG Mat                    SPaG Mat answers     

Maths

TTRockstars/Numbots 10 minutes per day

Maths Lesson 1                   Lesson 1 answers  

Maths Lesson 2                   Lesson 2 answers

Maths Lesson 3                   Lesson 3 answers

Maths Lesson 4                   Lesson 4 answers

Maths Lesson 5                   Lesson 5 answers          

 

W/b 29.06.20

Hello Year 5,

I hope you have all had a lovely week and have enjoyed all of the sunshine.

It was lovely to see some of you at our zoom check in on Monday. Remember to join us if you can on a Monday at 3.30pm. The link was sent by parentmail at the beginning of this term but if you need a reminder please email me using the class email address y5@worleburyprimary.com. Mr Gill would like you to bring along some playdough if you can and a safe item to decorate your playdough with (such as plastic cutlery). A piece of paper to draw on is fine if you don't have any playdough.

I am really enjoying seeing and hearing about your work and about all the other interesting things you have been doing. It's fantastic to see that some of you have started to use Numbots this week. This is a great resource for practising your mental arithmetic. Lots of you are also continuing to use TTRockstars to practise your times tables. Well done. I am so impressed by how many sessions some of you are managing to complete.

Have a brilliant week.

Mrs White.

Overview 29.06.20

English

Week 5 Text              Week 5 Tasks               Poetry book (optional further reading)

Reading 10 minutes per day. Remember there are a great range of fiction and non fiction texts available on Bug Club. Have a look this week and find one which interests you.

Spelling

Look, say, cover, write, check              Wordsearch              Word Map Activity Sheet               Handwriting

SPaG

SPaG Mat               SPaG Mat answers

Maths

TTRockstars/Numbots 10 minutes per day

Maths Lesson 1               Lesson 1 answers

Maths Lesson 2               Lesson 2 answers

Maths Lesson 3               Lesson 3 answers

Maths Lesson 4               Lesson 4 answers

Maths Lesson 5               Lesson 5 answers

 

W/b 22.06.20

Hello again Year 5,

I hope you have had a good week and have managed to keep yourselves busy during the rain!

It has been really lovely hearing about all the home learning you have been doing. Please keep emailing me using the class email address (y5@worleburyprimary.com) or adding pictures to the class blog.

It is great to see how creative you have been with the activities on the project grid. Remember to choose another 2 this week and share your creations with us if you can.

We would love to see what you have been doing for the Summer 2020 games challenges too. Let me know if you need any more information about these.

Have a super week,

Mrs White

Overview 22.06.20

English

Week 4 Text              Week 4 Tasks

Reading 10 minutes per day (remember you can now log in to bug club).

Spelling

Look, say, cover, write, check          Wordsearch          Crack the Code activity          Handwriting

SPaG

SPaG Mat              SPaG Mat answers

Maths

TTRockstars/Numbots 10 minutes per day

Maths Lesson 1               Lesson 1 answers

Maths Lesson 2                Lesson 2 answers

Maths Lesson 3                Lesson 3 answers 

Maths Lesson 4               Lesson 4 answers

Maths Lesson 5               Lesson 5 answers

 

W/b 15.06.20

Hello Year 5,

I hope you have all had another lovely week. I have enjoyed looking at your fantastic rockets and it looks like some of you have started to use bug club again. Let me know if you need any help accessing bug club. It is a super resource with lots of different texts and good comprehension opportunities too.

The links to your activities for this week are below. Remember to also choose at least 2 activities from the project grid and it is also important to keep using TTRockstars and Numbots. I would love to hear about what you have been doing either on the blog or using the class email address y5@worleburyprimary.com

Have a great week and I look forward to seeing you all on Zoom on Monday at 3.30pm.

Mrs White

Overview 15.06.20

English

Week 3 tasks         (Text is the same as week 1)

Reading 10 minutes per day

Spelling

Look, say, cover, write, check          Wordsearch          Code Word Puzzle          Handwriting

SPaG

SPaG Mat         SPaG Mat answers

Maths

TTRockstars/Numbots 10 minutes per day

Maths Lesson 1          Lesson 1 answers

Maths Lesson 2          Lesson 2 answers

Maths Lesson 3          Lesson 3 answers

Maths Lesson 4          Lesson 4 answers

Maths Lesson 5          Lesson 5 answers

W/b 08.06.20

Hello Year 5,

I hope you have all had a good week. Mrs Lawrence is now teaching at school so I will be making sure your home learning activities are added to the website. I would love to hear about what you have been dong on the blog or using the class email address y5@worleburyprimary.com. You can also use this email address if you have any questions about your learning.

Don't forget to also choose some activities from the project grid for this term.

I look forward to seeing your brilliant learning.

Mrs White

Overview 08.06.20

English

Week 2 tasks  (Text is the same as last week) 

Reading 10 minutes per day

Spelling 

Word list        Look, say, cover, write, check    Wordsearch      Muddling activity     Handwriting

SPaG

SPag Mat        SPaG Mat answers

Maths

TTRockstars 10 minutes per day

Maths Lesson 1            Lesson 1 answers

Maths Lesson 2            Lesson 2 answers

Maths Lesson 3            Lesson 3 answers

Maths Lesson 4            Lesson 4 answers

Maths Lesson 5            Lesson 5 answers

W/b 1.6.20

Hello,

I hope you all had a fantastic half term in the sun and are now feeling refreshed and ready for the final term of this year. We will be having a Zoom meeting at 3:30 Monday - if you haven't had the ParentMail with details of this please e-mail me. You should also have had information about the Young Voices at home project - a chance to sing and collectively break a world record.

This term the home learning will be slightly different as lots of us are going to be back in school full time with the groups of children who are returning.

Please find below this week's learning.

Overview_1_6_20

English

Reading/writing - Week_1_tasksPog_text, read for at least 10 minutes a day 

Spelling - Spelling_listLook__Say__Cover__Write__CheckWordsearchHandwritingCreating_Mnemonics

SPaG - SPaG_T6_Mat_1

Maths

TTTrockstars 10 minutes a day

a) Maths_T6_-_L1, b) Maths_T6_-_L1_answers, c) Maths_T6_-_L2, d) Maths_T6_-_L2_answers, e) Maths_T6_-_L3, f) Maths_T6_-_L3_answers, g) Maths_T6_-_L4, h) Maths_T6_-_L4_answers, i) Maths_T6_-_L5, j) Maths_T6_-_L5_answers

Project grid

Y5_project_grid

W/b 25.5.20 - Half term

Hi all,

It was great seeing you all on Zoom again this week - don't worry if you missed it. I will let you know details of further meetings when they are ready. There won't be one this week as it is Bank Holiday Monday and half term.

You are all doing a great job and have now completed the whole of Summer Term 1 learning from home. As it is half term, there is no home learning this week. Enjoy your week - keep adding to the blog and showing me what you have been up to.

W/b 18.5.20

Hello all, it was lovely to see you on Zoom on Monday - I've sent details to your parents about this week's meeting where I will do a true or false quiz - make sure you have pieces of paper/card with true and false on so you can share your answers. (Parents, if you haven't had details please e-mail me.) I hope you've had a good week and I look forward to seeing more of your work. 

 

Wb_18_5_20_overviewHome_learning_tick_sheet

English

Writing - a) English_writing_task_18_5_20, b) How_to_become_an_astronaut, c) Success_criteria_for_instructions

Spelling - a) Spelling_-_week_5_list, b) Look__Cover__Write__Check, c) Wordsearch d) Handwriting, e) Code_word_puzzle

SPaG - SPaG_mat_5, I have also made some of the SPaG.com 'tests' live if you fancy a change or extra challenge

Reading - Read every day for at least 10 minutes, Reading_comprehension_-_Tim_Peake

 

Maths

a) Maths_guidance_18_5_20, b) Maths_5_-_Session_1, c) Maths_5_-_session_2, d) Maths_5_-_answers, e) Maths_5_-_problem_solving_1, f) Maths_5_-_problem_solving_2, g) Maths_5_-_problem_solving_answers

 

Science/Computing/Art

See overview - information poster

W/b 11.5.20

Hi, I hope you have/have had a great Bank holiday weekend. Here is the work for the next week.

I look forward to hearing about your learning.

Wb_11_5_20_overviewHome_learning_tick_sheet

English activities

Writing - a) English_task_-_11_5_20, b) English_-_identify_features

Spelling - a) Spelling_list_-_week_4, b) Look__Cover__Write__Check, c) Wordsearch, d) Handwriting, e) Crack_the_code

SPaG - SPaG_mat_4

 

Reading - a) Read for at least 10 minutes every day, b) Reading_comprehension_-_Neil_Armstrong

Maths

a) Maths_guidance_11_5_20, b) Maths_4_-_session_1, c) Maths_4_-_session_2, d) Maths_4_-_session_3, e) Maths_4_-_answers, f) Maths_4_-_problem_solving, g) Maths_4_-_problem_solving_answers

Science

See overview - Space

Art/DT

Space-flextangle

Computing

See overview - internet safety

W/b 4.5.20

Hello all. On Friday it is VE day - a lot of your work is based on that this week so if you don't know what it is now hopefully you will by the end of the week.

Parents, I look forward to receiving your e-mails to let me know how your child is getting on.

Enjoy the weekend.

 Wb_4_5_20_overviewHome_learning_tick_sheet

English activities

Writing - a) English_task, b) VE_day_extracts, c) VE_day_recount_plan, d) self-assessment_for_recount

Spelling -a) Spelling__week_3_list, b) Look_Say_Cover_Write_and_Check, c) wordsearch, d) handwriting, e) snakes_and_ladders

SPaG_-_mat_3

Reading - Read for 10 minutes every day, Reading_comprehension_-_The_sun

Maths activities

a) Maths_guidance, b) Maths_3_-_session_1, c) Maths_3_-_session_2, d) Maths_3_-_session_3, e) Maths_3_-_answers, f) Maths_3_-_problem_solving, g) Maths_3_-_problem_solving_answers

History activities

a) History_-_VE_Day_Powerpoint b) History_-_VE_day_party_planning_sheet

RE

RE_-_Peace_Across_ReligionsRE_-_peace_poster_guidance

 

W/b 27.4.20

Hello all, I hope you have had a successful week and have settled back into a home learning routine.

Parents, remember to send me an e-mail to let me know how your child is getting on each week. It has been lovely to speak to some of you on the phone and I will be calling all of you over the next few weeks on the days I am in school.

Below is this week's activities.

Overview_-_wb_27_4_20.pdfHome_learning_tick_sheet

English activities

English_task

a) Spelling_-_week_2_list, b) Look_Say_Cover_Write_and_Check, c) Wordsearch, d) Handwriting, e) Maze

SPaG_mat_2

Read for at least 10 minutes a day and Reading_comprehension - text -The moonThe_moon_-_questions

 

Maths activities

a) Maths_2_-_session_1,  b) Maths - session_2, c) Maths_2_-_session_3, d) Maths_2_-_answers, e) Maths_2_-_problem_solving_session

 

RE

a) RE_-_PowerPoint_-_Peace, b) RE_-_Acts_of_peace_sheet

 

Art

Create your piece of art, that you planned last week, in the style of Peter Thorpe.

W/b 20.4.20

I hope you all had a lovely break over the Easter holidays and are ready for the new term! We have been enjoying the sunshine and getting out every day for our daily exercise - remember getting outside it just as important as doing your school work so make sure you are getting a good mixture of indoor and outdoor activities to keep you brains and bodies healthy and active.

Keep in contact via the blog and ask your parents to e-mail me to tell me how you are getting on each week.

Below are the tasks for this week.

W/b 20.4.20 - overviewHome_learning_tick_sheet

English activities

Writing tasks

a) Non-Chronological_report_-_Mars,  b) Features_of_a_non-chron,  c) Non-chron_-_planning_sheet

Spelling

a) Week_1_-_spelling_list, b) Look_Say_Cover_Write_and_Check_Activity, c) Wordsearch, d) Handwriting, e) Crossword

Reading - a) Read for at least 10 minutes every day, b) Reading_comprehension

SPaG - SPaG_mat_1

 

Maths activities

a) Maths_-_session_1, b) Maths_-_session_2, c) Maths_-_session_3, d) Decimals_info_sheet, e) Maths_-_Week_1_answers

e) Maths_-_problem_solving_task

 

Science  - a) The_solar_system, b) Planets_-_facts

 

Art - a) Peter_Thorpe_- PowerPoint, b) Peter_Thorpe_pictures, c) Evaluating_Peter_Thorpe

Easter holiday activities

Please find below some suggestions for optional activities to carry out over the Easter holidays. I look forward to seeing your wonderful work on the blog and via e-mail. You're doing brilliantly!

Overview

Easter holidays overview.docx

English activities

English Easter Activity Booklet.pdf

Quick reading challenges.docx

Maths activities

Easter bunny maths challenge.pdf

Easter-chocolate-mystery-maths-game.pdf

Easter-Joke-Multiplication-Code-Breaker.pdf

Other activities

Easter-Recipe-Booklet.pdf

Egg_Drop_Science_Experiment.pdf     Egg_Drop_Science_Experiment_Prompt_Sheet.pdf    Egg_drop.docx

Easter-Chick-Paper-Model.pdf

Week beginning 30/3/20

I hope you have been working hard as well as enjoying the lovely sunshine. Below are the links to the tasks I would like you to complete this week. Keep using the blog to show me your brilliant learning (and the fun things you are doing). You can also ask your parents to e-mail me any work you would like me to see. Also ask your parents to keep me updated with your reading and spellings via e-mail every Friday.

Have fun!

Overview

Week 2 overview.docx

English

Creative writing.docx  

Fairtrade reading comprehension.docx

Don't forget to read every day.

Spellings

Spelling Lists.doc

Spelling activity.pdf

Handwriting Practice.pdf

Maths

Maths_Revision_Practice_Booklet.pdf

You have your usual 10 sessions on TT Rockstars to complete - which should be simple if you are doing 10 minutes a day. 

I have also put you into groups and you are now battling against another group in our class - the battle starts at 3:30 today (Friday) and ends at 8pm Thursday. Good luck!

Science

Materials and their properties.pdf

Week beginning 23/3/20

Work your way through the pack this week. Don't forget you have also got spellings for the week and an activity linked to this. If you weren't in on Friday follow the links below to access the words and activity.

Spellings 20.3.20

Spelling Activity Sheet 20.3.20

Remember to keep practising your times tables https://play.ttrockstars.com and complete the grammar activities on spag.com

Parents - if you could e-mail me to let me know how many times your child has read each week (I'll accumulate housepoints for them) and test them on their spellings on a Friday and let me know how they got on that would be really helpful.

Term 4

Welcome back. We will be continuing our Ancient Maya Civilisation learning theme this term, with a focus on the food they ate. We will also be learning about rainforests and the effects of deforestation.

 

We had lots of fun making tortillas using polenta - which is made from corn - a very important ingredient during the Maya times. We also tried Maya inspired hot chocolate - this had the additional ingredients of chilli and cinnamon just like the Maya people would have had. Lots of us were surprised by how tasty it actually was.

 

     

Term 3 

Welcome back. I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas and you are all ready to start the new year and new learning theme.

In terms 3 and 4 we will be learning about the Ancient Maya Civilisation, this will involve learning about where they lived, when they lived and how they lived. This links nicely with our DT project in term 4 where we will be looking at Maya inspired food and recipes. Towards the end of term (date to be confirmed) parents will then be invited in to share some of the food we have prepared. If you are keen on cooking and would like to come in and help with this please let me know - extra adults are always welcome!

 

We have enjoyed learning about where the Ancient Maya people lived and researching some of these countries. We have also enjoyed using clay to recreate Maya artefacts and made a clay tile using glyphs to create our name/personality. We also particularly enjoyed creating Maya masks and learnt that the Maya people wore masks for three different reasons - death masks, battle masks and festival masks. Can you guess which ones are which? (Photos to follow)

Term 2

Welcome back. We will be continuing with our 'Victorians' learning theme this term leading up to celebrating a Victorian Christmas  on 17th December 2pm (further details to follow) when we would like to invite parents in to share our learning.

I have told the children that Tyntesfield put on a fantastic display of a traditional Victorian Christmas and suggested it might be lovely to visit if possible. I have also heard the SS Great Britain are also putting on a Victorian Christmas theme too which I am hoping to go to myself so if you are looking for things to do with your children I'm sure they would enjoy either of these events.

 

We finished our Victorian theme with a lovely afternoon sharing our learning with parents and grandparents. The children enjoyed sharing one aspect of their learning through a PowerPoint slide and we were lucky to have some very talented children displaying their musical skills - playing and singing traditional carols and, although not quite Victorian, a brilliant rap about the Victorians. The children also made mince pies and Christmas cakes to share with their parents.

Welcome Back

Welcome back to school and to Year Five.  I hope you have enjoyed a fantastic summer holidays and are ready and raring to go! Our learning theme this term is 'The Victorians', where we will be exploring different aspects of Victorian life.  As part of this, we will be having a Victorian WOW day where we will explore what life was like for a Victorian child. We will also be visiting Tyntesfield House (further information to follow), where the children will have the opportunity to contrast the lives of rich vs poor as part of our trip.  Please see the green Curriculum Information box below for more information on our learning project.

If you have any quick questions please feel free to pop in and see me either before or after school, or for a longer chat please feel free to make an appointment with me - if you can't get into school easily, then please communicate via your child's communication book and I will get back to you.

Our First Week Back

Apologies for my misunderstanding with regards to pencil cases - I will provide all children with pencil cases and the items they need for lessons.

Our focus this week, as well as getting to know each other, is based on one picture - we have looked at a picture by Alexander Janssen and will be using this as a basis for writing descriptions, creating our own creatures and including our creatures in a story. Each class will then get together with the rest of the school and share their learning at the end of the week. 

 

Our Victorian school WOW day 

We started our Victorian WOW day standing outside in a silent, straight line before being allowed in to class. The girls and boys were separated and we stood behind our desks until we were told we were allowed to sit. We practised writing our names on chalkboards before going to worship. After worship, we sang the National Anthem and recited the Lord’s prayer.

Next the girls practised their sewing skills preparing them for their futures looking after their homes and families, whilst the boys practised their technical drawing skills ready for potential work in the future.

After break, where we played hopscotch and football, we did some Arithmetic – practising our times tables and learning about our coins and their value.

After lunch we did ‘drill’ lined up in rows following the teachers instructions – all having to keep in time. Then we practised our handwriting in our copybooks.

There were some threats of the cane, but no-one was quite naughty enough for it to be used!! However, many children wanted to wear the dunce’s hat (although not all were happy to have their photos taken) and some children were punished with writing lines and standing with their hands on their heads.

The children participated amazingly and we’ve had a fabulous day. Thank you for all the effort with costumes. More photos to follow.

*update - photos are now on!

 

 

 

Year 5 go caving

Year 5 had the opportunity to experience caving this week and had a very enjoyable time. There were lots of excited children on their return to school, all wanting to tell me their experiences. It sounded like I missed out on a fantastic experience. Thank you to Mr Mackie, Mrs Bamford and Mrs Ely for accompanying my class on their adventure. there weren't many opportunities for photos as the cave was a little dark!!

 

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Tyntesfield

Year 5 had a very enjoyable and educational trip to Tyntesfield where they had the opportunity to learn more about Victorian life by handling Victorian artefacts, visiting rooms that are not normally open to the public and practising Victorian handwriting.

 

 

 

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