Home Learning Weekly Tasks for Year 5
Now that schools have been closed from Friday 20th March we will be uploading activitiy outlines for the children to work through. Please click on the links below for your child's class. If they finish this work there are other ideas that can be worked on - click this link.
Please take pictures and videos of the children working and send us them via twitter so we can celebrate the children's work and the children can see what their friends are doing! tghe teacher will be phoning through the week to check how the children are getting on and looks forward to hearing about their learning. Contact the school office via email, marking F.A.O. Ms Kinghamif you have work related questions. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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MATHS GAMES TO PLAY FOR KS2
Homelearing tasks and resources for week beginning 18th May
Mental Health Awareness Week - 18th May-22nd May
The 18th -22nd May is Mental Health Awareness Week and the theme is Kindness. At this difficult time it would be great if you and your family could take some time to reflect on all the kind things that you’ve done or experienced during lockdown so that we can celebrate them as a community. You could also plan some random acts of kindness during the week. Please email pictures or reflections to email@example.com Subject:kindness.
There are also lots of ideas and activities listed on the document below for you and your children to focus on your wellbeing.
PARENT AND CHILD WELLBEING ACTIVITIES - MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK
Year 5 - Home Learning Task List - w.b. 18th May 2020
Year 5 - English Resource - w.b. 18th May 2020
Year 5 - Spellings Resource - w.b. 18th May 2020
Year 5 - Science Resource - w.b. 18th May 2020
Year 5 - Science Task - w.b. 18th May 2020
Year 5 - Geography Resource - w.b. 18th May 2020
YEAR 5 - Art RESOURCE - W.B. 18TH May 2020
Year 5 - French Resource - w.b. 18th May 2020
Year 5 - PSHE Resource - w.b. 18th May 2020
Optional Easter Homelearing ideas and projects to keep busy
The Easter holidays this year will be very different with the lockdown conditions in place. We will not be setting the weekly tasks over this period - teachers need to take some time out too from what has been a stressful and difficult time for everyone - but if you are looking for some ideas to keep the children occupied we have lots of ideas on the website for you. You can find some on this page as well as more general ideas using this link and scrolling to the bottom.
Message From Ms. Kingham...
Happy Easter Holidays, Year 5! I know this break will be different from the ones you normally have, so I have set some fun projects to keep you busy whilst you are at home. You can choose which ones to do, but I would like everybody to do something for the Fleet Beat and the Space project - find out more on the documents! Don't forget to keep reading everyday and do some Maths and spelling regularly to make sure all the hard work you have done so far this year doesn't go to waste! Keep sending me pieces of work you do and photos of what you're up to - even if it's not strictly school-related - I enjoy seeing what you're all doing. Take care and keep positive, Ms Kingham x
Year 5 Easter Home Learning Projects
FIRST NEWS CHILDREN'S NEWSPAPER - 3RD-9TH APRIL
Link to Brass Practice for over Easter
Year 5 Easter Fleet Beat Tasks
Year 5 Easter Art Photography Project
Year 5 Space Project for Easter
SPRING DESIGN CHALLENGE SET BY UCS SCHOOL - DEADLINE 20TH APRIL
STORY TIME WITH RUTH - EXTRACT FROM HARRY POTTER
Homelearning tasks and resources for week beginning 23rd March
Maths challenge W.B. 23.03 - measurement
It was fantastic to speak to so many of you today. I'm pleased to hear you are looking after yourselves and your family and was impressed by the start you have made on your home learning too!
Here are two challenges for those of you who finish the maths quite easily:
You need to drag the numbers and units of measurement in to the correct places on the table. A good place to start would be to sort the units first e.g. what must a teacher's age be measured in? What unit is temperature measured in? https://nrich.maths.org/5994
For this one, you can give your answer to the nearest whole number (or in decimals if you really want a challenge!). It might help to break it down and work out all the fixed points - the times when you know the exact whereabouts of everybody. https://nrich.maths.org/985
Year 5 - Home Learning Task List - w.b. 23rd March 2020
Year 5 - Weekly homework - given out 19th March 2020
Homelearning tasks and resources for week beginning 16th March
Year 5 - Home Learning Task List - w.b. 16th March 2020