Welcome to Year 5
Well it is the last day of term today, hooray! Hope you all have a wonderful Easter and are able to see friends and family (obviously keeping within the rules)
Keep safe everyone and I am looking forward to seeing you all back at school on Wednesday 21st April.
Below are some links to NRich puzzles. These are maths related problems to tax your brains at home. This website has lots of different puzzles for all ages and abilities. I have selected 3 for you linked to fractions and decimals, but please explore the site and have some fun with maths.
Please continue with your Coding lessons
This week's spelling's can be found on the list below. We are on week 25. In Spelling frame that is week 61. Do the test on Spelling Frame on Thursday
Year 5 and 6 Spelling List
Design and Technology
Stars of the week
Who will be our stars in the new term?
At the moment we are still planning to go ahead with this year's competition.
Please note the semi final for this year's competition is 26th March. This will be completed in class so please learn your poems!
If you are having to self isolate then please find below some activities you can access from home.
Remember you can still log-in to Reading Eggs, Times Tables Rockstars and Spelling Frame. If you need your logins then please email me.
English - We are writing a story for a younger child based on The Huge Bag of Worries. Continue to plan and write your story at home. Please keep in mind your audience and ensure your content is applicable. Publish your story by creating a picture book. (this could be done using Purple Mash)
Maths - click on to BBC bitesize home learning and work through their daily sessions. Try to focus on fractions, decimals and percentages which is what we are doing in school.
Maths Home Learning Packs
Get Epic website - Lots of great books online to support children's topic learning. Our class code is jsm7231
SPAG Spotter - Choose one per day
Year 5 Information
SPAG Help sheet
Below is a sheet explaining some of the SPAG rules we use in Year 5. The list explains everything taught from Year 1 upto and including Year 6 with easy to understand definitions. You can also check out The School Run website which helps parents and children with all sorts of questions.