Hello Year 5,
I hope you had a nice first week at home and managed to get outside and enjoy the sunshine! Below, I have put all the activities for Week 2. For maths, there is a lesson for each day and an activity for you to complete linked to this, on the below website. Go to week 2 and begin on lesson 1.
Please remember if you have any questions about any of the work or you want to check in with me, you can get your grown ups to email the school and I will see this and can respond to you. If you are finding something too hard, please do not worry. Leave it and try something else, or have a go at some outdoor activities with your family instead! If you want to share any pictures of the work you have been doing, feel free to get your adults to email a picture to the school and I can pop it onto the school website!
A few extra ideas/activities you may want to try:
Joe Wicks P.E lesson 9-9:30 daily (Youtube)
Music lessons with Myleene Klass (Monday & Friday 10am - Youtube)
David Walliams Elevenses (hear him read a short story from one of his books online)
Darcey Bussell's Dance Class (1:30 daily - Facebook)
Oti Mabuse's Dance class 11:30am (Facebook)
Free virtual tours of museums, galleries & zoos
10 minute creative writing challenges with different authors - https://authorfy.com/10minutechallenges/?fbclid=IwAR1KI7FnsKCgz6TiAwuUtKYmQV6d1dCStGxa9qtFklBHN-25eabx6xWbYgg
Missing you all, keep in touch!
Summer Term 1
This term, Year 5 will have P.E on Monday afternoons and Wednesday mornings. Please make sure all P.E. kits are clearly named and are in school at all times.
There will be a weekly spelling test and times table test on a Friday. Please make sure your child is practising both their spellings and times tables.
Please refer to the newsletter for links to some good times table websites.
Learning French in Year 5
Year 5 will be learning to speak and write about shopping and partying! They will be listening and speaking playscripts to perform. The children will be looking at and discussing other countries around the world which speak French as well as discussing Europe and our own diverse community. The children will assess one another and themselves using the 'Can do statements' from the Languages Ladder.