It is our final week in Year 5 together.
Last week we enjoyed some emergency first aid and CPR training thanks to Mrs Hyde, the children had a great time! We are now making non-chronological reports that would help other people know what to do.
It is extremely warm this week so please make sure your child is wear sun cream and has a water bottle every day!
HELLO TO EVERYONE FROM YEAR 5
Children should read at least 3 times per week as part of their homework.
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⭐️Star of the week is ZAC ⭐️
Daisy and Eddy
Layla and Ayrton
Everyone in Year 5!
Amelia and Milo
Summer and Isaac
Amelia, Ayrton, Chloe, Eva, Katie, Layla, Lily, Mat, Nadia, Sadie, Scarlett, Shea, Tara, Zac, Charlie, Daisy, Sam, Milo and Summer.
Home Learning timetable for pupils who are unable to come to school. Please complete the homework for the week, then follow this daily timetable:
Win Owl Points for your class and keep your maths learning going over the summer break. Morrisons is offering free White Rose maths books! Bring in your completed book in September and you'll earn 5 Owl Points towards your first class reward.
Get ready for the year ahead or recap learning from your current year group! There are plenty of activities and lessons to look at!
Don't forget to share your pictures and videos with us on the Golden Time channel on Teams!
ADDITIONAL LEARNING ACTIVITIES
Something for every day!
There are some fantastic episode based serial books to read on Serial Mash. This will keep you nice and busy! Click the picture to log into your account.
Three levels of reading are available: diamonds, emeralds and sapphires.
Use the chart above to find your level based on your school book band colour.
Once you have selected a book to read, write the title in your reading record with PM (purple mash) next to it. Upload a picture of your reading record to count towards your 3 reads.
Discover new books and authors every week:
Just log in to Maths Watch using your log in details.
Final Assessment - Multiplication and Division
Online maths equipment to help support maths learning. This will be really useful for our fractions topic in a few weeks.
There's always lots to learn on the BBC site. Click the picture below.
These can be used as additional learning activities.
More maths activities to keep your brain active!
Maths and dancing combined!
PE with Joe is back!
Click the picture for the Youtube channel