Learn today, be a star of tomorrow!
'How different will you be when you are as old as your grandparents?'
Our topic this term has a science focus
We will be learning:
Our 'Wow' event be a creative afternoon. More details to follow..
English: We will be reading the book 'The Nowhere Emporium' by Ross MacKenzie. We will be writing an Eyewitness account of an event in the story and an extended description of a 'Wonder Room'.
Maths: We will be learning about Decimals and Percentages, Perimeter and Area and Statistics.
PE: will be on a MONDAY and will have a focus on net and wall games. Children should come to school wearing the correct PE kit. We will also have other opportunities to be active during the week through the daily mile, Joe Wicks workouts etc (PE kit isn't needed for these activities)
RE: our work will focus on 'What matters at Easter today?'
DT: We will continue our work on Food - What could be healthier? We will be adapting a recipe.
PSHE: We will be learning about Rights and Responsibilities..
MUSIC: our work is based on the piece of music - The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.
ICT: we will working on Stop Motion Animation
SPANISH: we will be learning numbers 1 - 39 and wild animals
Please check Dojo for updates and photos.
White Rose Home Leaning: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/
Top Marks: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/times-tables
Maths is Fun: https://www.mathsisfun.com/
BBC Home Learning: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/collections/year-5-and-p6-english-lessons/1
Bug Club: https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/login?c=0 (your child will have been given an access code)
In KS2, children will be asked to complete the following homework tasks weekly:
In addition to the above, you can, if you choose to, complete a piece of home learning linked to our learning e.g. a piece of artwork, research etc, and bring it into school to share with our class.
Children will be given a list of age-related spellings. Spellings will be given out each week on a Friday and tested on the following Friday.
As well as learning the words, it would be useful for children to have a go at putting these into sentences (this does not have to be written down).
Times tables are a crucial part of maths, underpinning everything that we do, so I would strongly recommend regular practise.
Children have their own log in to Times Tables Rock Stars which we encourage the children to access regularly, at home and at school.
The following website also has suitable games for children to practise their times table facts too.
https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/times-tables (Hit the Button is particularly popular with the children!)
Reading is an essential part of your child's learning. All children should read at least 3 times a week at home. Your child will have a book-banded reading book and a school library book. They are also encouraged to read their own books or magazines at home too. Please continue to hear your child read aloud as this really helps them to 'hear' errors and encourages them to use more expression. Please remember to 'log' reading done at home on the digital reading log 'BoomReader' https://boomreader.co.uk/
Please contact me if you need your login details.
PE this term is on TUESDAY.
Children should come to school wearing their PE kit (White T-shirt, Black shorts or black joggers and Black PE shoes)
Earrings need to be removed or taped over for lessons (It is much easier if earrings are removed at home) and longer hair needs to be in a bobble.
Children are encouraged to bring water bottles with them to school each day; they will have access to them throughout lessons but will remain in the class at lunch time. You may wish to send an extra drink in their lunchbox.
We encourage your children to bring healthy snacks into school such as fruit, vegetables, cereal bars, crackers etc.
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