Year 5 Otters and Grey Seals
Welcome to the Year Five home learning page!
Here, you can find out all the latest information and some home learning tasks.
Parents/carers: If you have any questions, queries or comments about Year 5, please email the school office on: firstname.lastname@example.org
They will forward this information to the correct member of staff who will then be able to get back to you regarding your query.
Please find linked below the slides from our Year 6 Residential meeting (2nd November). If you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch with us.
Thanks, Miss K and Mr Short
Here is the presentation that we discussed in the Year 5 introductory parents meeting :)
This year, we will be encouraging the children to become independent learners. Leading on from their incredible work in Year 4, we will be placing all home learning tasks on Google Classroom. This work can then be 'handed in' virtually so that we can provide individual feedback. Each week there will be a Maths task and a writing task linked to one of our current topics. Home learning will be placed on Google Classroom on Friday each week and is due in on the following Wednesday.
All children have been 'invited' to the Year 5 Google Classroom. To log on, they need to type their email address and TTR password into the RM Unify log in page.
Home learning in case you need to isolate at home
Please find 1 day's worth of home learning. This can keep you busy (if you are well enough) while we prepare work to send home for you.
Reading Comprehension - there are three levels, please choose the level that you feel suits you best (a little challenging but not too tricky)
Topic - Use the sheet to design 3 healthy balanced, seasonal meals. There is a seasonal produce calendar to help you.
English - linked to our current text of 'Where My Wellies Take Me' by Michael Morpurgo, draw a map of a walk you have been on recently. Then, write 2 or 3 paragraphs describing the walk in detail. (what did you see, hear, smell). Challenge: include a short poem to describe how the walk made you feel.