Mr Bowring

Year 5 Pear class teacher

Mrs A Masters

Year 5 Pear Class Teacher

To access RE and Collective worship learning, go to the catholic life page which will be regularly updated.

To access SEN and Wellbeing resources and information, please go to the SEND page

E-Safety Advice for Parents and Pupils  Click here

Interested in practising some french? Log on to Language Angels and maybe you could make posters of the topics/vocabulary as well.

Username - pupil5   Password - school

Full instructions here

Carol Vordermans maths school themathsfactor.com is usually about £2 a week.

She wants to help ❤️ so it's now FREE for children age 4-11

Log on to 'pobble', where you will find writing tasks, reading comprehensions and SPAG starters to practise

Year5pearparents@st-josephs-pri.worcs.sch.uk

 


Mrs McDonagh's Maths Mansion Game Year 5


Extra fun activities

 

Mr Oates' PE Challenge

Road Safety Activity

Summer Reading Challenge

If you are attending school, please can you bring any library books you have at home in with you.

Year 4 Children joining Year 5 in September - here is some information about your new teachers:

Click here for Mr Bowring

Click here for Mrs Masters

13.07.2020 - Current Year 4 transition week

Year 5 - for work from week beginning 13th July you need to refer to the Year 6 page. Year 4 - welcome to your new class page! We have included some ideas for activities below and hope that you enjoy them.

 

Monday 13th July 2020

Write your new teacher a letter about yourself. Feel free to email this to our class email.

 

Tuesday 14th July 2020 

Watch the youtube video below and have a go at drawing your own portrait of Queen Victoria. The Victorians will be our first topic in September!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXd1VDQK6hQ

 

Wednesday 15th July 2020

Create a poster showing us what you have been doing during Lockdown. 

 

Thursday 16th July 2020

Use the sheet below (or create your own) to tell us what you are looking forward to in Year 5, or how you feel about coming up to Upper Key Stage Two. 

How I feel about Year 5

 

Friday 17th July 2020

Research different 'Coats of Arms' designs and come up with your own on the sheet below. 

/files/t-t-198-fairytale-castle-design-a-coat-of-arms-shield-_ver_3.pdf

 

6.07.2020

Hello everybody. We are almost at the end of a school year which you will remember for the rest of your lives! Hopefully you are all safe and well and those of you who have come to school have enjoyed being back. This will be the last week of work we set for you. The final week of term will be set by your next year group, so you will need to have a look at the Year 6 page for work as well as some info about your new teachers. 

 

Monday 6th July 2020 - Maths - Percentages

Monday 6th July 2020 - English - Fronted adverbials

Click here for a supporting video on fronted adverbials

 

Tuesday 7th July 2020 - Maths - Equivalence between percentages and fraction 

Tuesday 7th July 2020 - English - Comprehension

 

Wednesday 8th July 2020 - Maths - Using equivalent fractions to find percentages

Wednesday 8th July 2020 - English - Plan a piece of writing

You are going to select a Greek Mythological character, setting and monster for your own Greek myth. You can do this using the story dice we have attached, or you can select your favourite ones from there or even use your own Greek mythological creature. When you have a setting and characters, use the story board to plan the story. I have also attached a link to an example of a Greek Myth. If you are unsure of any of the characters you can do you own research to find out about them.

Story Dice

Storyboard

Example of story

 

 

 

Thursday 9th July 2020 - Maths - Count on and back in steps through zero

Thursday 9th July 2020 - English - Write 

Using your storyboard from yesterday, and referring to previous guidance about grammar and what to include in your writing, create your own Greek Myth.

 

 

 

29th June Summer Week 5

Hello everybody. It has been lovely to see and/or hear from you over the past week. We are getting very close to the end of the year now so please do let us know if there is anything you need or would like to ask etc. as the children will soon be 'officially' Year 6! There will be virtual transition meetings to hear from your new class teacher and ask them any questions you have regarding next year in due course. 

 

As Monday is a TED day and the school is closed to all pupils, we will not be setting any work for Monday. However, you will need to refer to your notes made from Friday's topic lesson, researching the Trojan war. If you didn't do this lesson then it is important that you carry out some research before attempting Tuesday's writing lesson. There are some links and guidance in last week's lesson guide.

 

Spellings

 

Tuesday 30th June 2020 Maths    Multiply and divide divide decimals by 10, 100 1000

Tuesday 30th June 2020 English 

Write a diary entry from the perspective of a Trojan soldier heading into Troy inside the Trojan horse. I have included an example of a diary entry to give you an idea of what we are looking for. Underlined are some examples of some adverbial phrases which we would expect to see used effectively throughout a  diary entry.

Click here for diary entry example.

 

Wednesday 1st July 2020 Maths    Subtract 2 decimals

Wednesday 1st July 2020 - English  SPAG assessment.

Use the assessment as an opportunity to learn by researching anything you don't know, or as a formal test if your like. 

 

Thursday 2nd July 2020 Maths      Solve word problems

Thursday 2nd July English.    Reading assessment

(Again you could do this with a parent and talk through the answers or treat it as a formal assessment - there is no English lesson for Friday to give you a chance to go through anything you might struggle with on these two assessments)

 

Friday 3rd July 2020 Maths Multiply 4 digit numbers


 

A reminder of the expectations in Year 5:

Homework completed by Thursday, set on Friday.

Spellings to learn each week

Times table practise is essential - this will really show up in our weekly times tables tests.

You should write three entries per week into your reading record when you read. In addition to this you should be reading to your parents, who should be signing your reading record to say they have heard you read, twice per week.


World Book Day

 

 

 

Year 5 Information

 

 

 

 

 

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