Home Learning (WB 06.07.20)
Home Learning (WB 29.06.20)
Home Learning (WB 22.6.20)
Home Learning (WB 15.6.20)
Home Learning (Wb 8.6.20)
First Chapter Fridays - The Enchanted Wood
Home Learning (W/B 1.6.20)
Home Learning (Week Beginning: 18th May 2020) Use the timetable to find out the lessons we want you to complete each day.
First Chapter Friday - Friday 22nd May 'Maker of Monsters'
First Chapter Friday video 15th May ‘A Place Called Perfect.’
First Chapter Friday (15th May - 'A Place called Perfect'.)
Some new Maths learning links:
There are also some good online maths links at The National Centre for Excellence in Teaching Maths (NCETM). Here is a link to the Primary page https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54452.
The NCETM are also providing some excellent fractions lessons for Upper Key Stage 2 as well https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJp2Pa5Mqtg&list=PLQqF8sn28L9xBmQclRrb8YjcM-pzxHjfk&index=2&t=0s
Additionally, for some maths, in a format that the children are used to, go to the MEP website https://www.maths4all.org/key-stage-2 for some MEP worksheets and answers.
Home Learning W/B 4th May
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Year 5 Home Learning 2
Welcome to Year 5's home learning page. Here, you will find suggested activities for each subject and web links that we hope you will find useful.
If you are finding it tricky to maintain structure in your day then , the best advice we can give to help with home-schooling is to use the BBC Bitesize Daily lessons (https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons) or Oak National Academy lessons https://www.thenational.academy/. There are videos to watch and tasks to complete for a variety of different curriculum areas. The work is easy to navigate, updated daily and well-explained.
As a general rule, try and get your child to complete one English activity a day and one maths (either from our links or from BBC Bitesize/Oak National Academy), some daily exercise, some reading using Accelerated Reading and then one other area which interests them (again, this can be from our links or from the BBC/Oak National Academy).
Please don't worry and you can email the school if you have any problems or questions.
Many thanks, Mrs Mills, Mrs M-Q and Miss Taylor.