On this web page, you will find work that your child can do every day. If you do not have access to a printer, please use the sheets on a tablet/computer/phone so your child can use the workbook we have provided them with, or paper that you have at home.
As well as the work provided, please ensure that your child is reading every day. This can be a book from home and please continue to write in their reading records so they can still be working towards earning their rewards.
You may find that we have supplied worksheets that cater for a range of abilities, in these cases, please choose the one that you think best suits your child.
We have also sent your child home with the log in information for Times Table Rockstars, please continue to use this every day. Should your child forget their login - please contact the team.
If you have any further questions, or would like some more work for your child, please use the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org or simply fill in the contact form, located below.
Please email Year 5 Team with photographs of work completed - feedback will be given.
All teachers in the year group will have access to this email accounts and promote open communication with all our parents and carers and shall respond accordingly.
There is an expectation that children should be completing this work and you will find that this will help them stay occupied throughout the day and therefore help to keep them calmer!
Stay safe and well and we look forward to seeing you all as soon as possible.
The Year 5 Team.
Should you have any queries, please use the form below, or email address email@example.com, to communicate with Year 5 teachers. Please specify child's name and their class within the contact form and any corresponding email address that the teaching team can communicate with yourself. Best wishes, Year 5.
Welcome to the Year 5 webpage!
Teachers: Mrs Jennings-Payne, Mrs Kirkpatrick, Mr Chantler and Miss Lamb
HLTAs and TAs: Mrs Haywood, Mrs Mills, Miss Moore, Miss Husband, Mrs Grainger and Mrs McGee
We aim to keep it up-to-date with pictures and important information. Please come and speak to a member of staff in you have any questions.
Have a great half term!
From the Year 5 team
Practise naming places in town through this interactive game:
Use the new directions you learnt by listening to this song:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkU2ftZ9CCs (Spanish Directions song)
We have started learning directions in Spanish. Listen to these songs to practise the new words you learnt:
This week, the children in Year 5 learnt words related to Christmas in Spanish. They also listened to this famous song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTtc2pM1boE 'Feliz Navidad'
Children, can you remember what 'Feliz Navidad' means?
Practise some words by clicking these links:
Over the last few weeks, as a part of their WW2 topic, Bristol class have been learning some dances that were popular during the war. Parents, see if your child can show you some of the steps! Here's a link for you to practise :
As a part of anti-bullying week, we discussed what the word 'respect' means and why it is so important. The children watched this clip and we discussed its powerful message.
What does 'respect' mean to you? How do you show it?
07.11.19 Spanish colours
What word did we learn for purple?
Hi parents/ carers,
Please remember that tomorrow 09.10.19 is our Year 5 trip to Dover Castle! We are all very excited and hope the children are too!
The children are allowed to bring a maximum of £5.00 as spending money. It will be their responsibility to keep it safe. If you have not yet paid for the trip, please come and see a member of staff about this.
We aim to leave promptly at 9:00 so please ensure your children are on time.
The Year 5 team
The children have been learning about WW2 and rationing in History. As a part of this, the Year 5 teachers prepared some interesting dishes for the children to try.
- Beef and vegetable pie
- Oatmeal soup
- Two different types of bread with ginger jam
- Carrot scones
- Carrot cake
- Orange cake
Well done to the children who were brave and tried something ! Overall, they seemed to like the orange cake the most.
Children: What do you think it would have been like to be a child in WW2? Would you have liked eating those dishes all the time? Why/why not?
If you want to try making your own recipes with your families, follow this link:
In Maths, last week, the children learnt to identify Roman numerals. This week, they started working on place value and ordering numbers up to 100 000. They practised using these symbols: < > =.
Children: Can you remember what they stand for?
Here are some fun interactive games you can play to practise place value:
All of the Year 5 children have started learning about the effects of World War 2. Unfortunately, last week their classrooms were (temporarily) destroyed. The children discussed how this made them feel and thought about victims during the war. They also began to learn about Anne Frank's diary.
Take a look at where Anne and her family lived during the war:
Children: Would you have liked to live there? Why?