Mr Bowring

Year 5 Oak class teacher

Mrs A Masters

Year 5 Pear Class Teacher


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Mr Bowring Email


Start date from September is 8:30 am - Finish 2:45pm

Homework for 24.09.2020 - Maths book page 8, English book page 8+9

Spellings which were given to children on Monday 13th to be tested week beginning 20th September:

vicious gracious spacious malicious precious conscious delicious suspicious atrocious ferocious

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 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


Mrs McDonagh's Maths Mansion Game Year 5




 PE is Monday and Friday - weather appropriate school PE kit should be worn to school on these days.


The following work is for any child who is working from home due to self isolation related to coronavirus (not for children who are unwell with something else). This work will not be changed unless we do unfortunately have a child in Year 5 who this applies to and need to update it, so please don't do this work unless you are self isolating. 




Year 5 2020-2021 First Week


Welcome to your first week in Year 5! When you are not in school, we would like you to have a look at the following: (To complete on Friday if you are in on Thursday or Thursday if you are in on Friday)

Note that the final task we would like you to bring in next Monday morning. 


Year 4 Spag assessment - Have a go at this spag assessment and see what you know and what you might have forgotten.


Year 4 Arithmetic - Same as the spag - have a go and see what you can do


Task to bring in on Monday - When the whole class is in next week, we would like you to bring some information about the Victorians. This will be our topic this term. See if you can find 5 interesting facts about the Victorian Period and bring them in to school on Monday. A period of history roughly 200 years ago. 


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.

Year 5 Information






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