Menu
Home Page

Year 5

🌈Welcome to the Year 5 Class Page

Wb 1st March

Still image for this video

Wb 22nd February

Still image for this video

Happy Half Term

I just wanted to wish you all a fabulous half term - you truly deserve it. I am so very proud of you all. Have fun and make some new memories.

Mrs Sleeman

Wb 8th February

Still image for this video

A selection of our Viking Posters

Photographs of our work from this half term

Tuesday 12th January

Hello, Year 5! I hope this week is going well.  I have been looking at TTRockstars and I am so impressed. The boys are leading at the minute! The current scores are:

Boys 3912 vs 1395 Girls

The battle continues until Friday. Who will win? 

 

Please remember that there is also Bug Club for you to access and this means I can see how well you are doing with your reading comprehension work.

I am very proud of you all for how well you are doing at home. I know this is not what we were expecting but we can try our very best to be positive and support one another. We can do this and remember, it's fine! 

Take care and look after each other.

Mrs Sleeman. 

Thursday 7th January 

Hello, Year 5! Well, this was not quite the start I had planned for us.  I do hope you have had a good week so far.  I am sure that whether you have been working at home or at school that you have all made your special people at home very proud of you.  There is currently a battle taking part on TTRockstars and the boys are winning at the minute!  Let's see how well you can all do by the time the competition finishes at the end of the day on Friday.

Don't forget that we now have Bug Club so you can all access a range of reading books online that have been specifically chosen for you. This is an excellent resource to support reading and comprehension work. If anyone needs a password reminder, please do get in touch.

Stay safe, keep smiling and look out for a video from me at the beginning of next week!

Take care,

Mrs Sleeman.

Websites

Below, you will find a list of useful websites to support home learning.

Captain Chemistry December 2020

Today we used our science and mathematical skills to enhance our design and technology work by making a marble run.  We used a variety of materials to see which group could create a marble run that lasted for the longest time and which used different techniques (each of these gaining a range of points).  Every group worked very well together and we are all very proud of what we created. After seeing each marble run take place we had a tie between 'Flying Maniac' and 'Speed Marble'.  Each group then had 2 more attempts to show how long their track lasted and the winning group was 'Speed Marble'.  A special mention must go to 'MARS' as their track took the longest time (11.3 seconds).

Thank you, Captain Chemistry.

IMG_0267.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0270.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0272.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0273.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0277.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0278.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0289.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0293.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0297.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0302.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0306.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0310.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0314.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0315.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0319.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0320.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0322.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0327.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0328.MOV

Still image for this video

IMG_0329.MOV

Still image for this video

Anti-bullying Week - wearing odd socks to show our individuality

Celebrating Harvest - Year 5 learned Cauliflowers Fluffy.

Still image for this video

Investigating Gravity

Spooky Friday

European Day of Languages (September 2020)

In Year 5, we focused on France. We created posters about the country, created a matching pairs game, tried French food and had a fabulous French lesson with Mrs Hamill. When we tasted the food, the croissants were a firm favourite!

 

NHS Spitfire Flyover (September 2020)

We were hopeful of seeing the Spitfire’s flyover on Tuesday, which was to say thank you to the NHS. Unfortunately, cloud cover meant that only some of us caught a glimpse of it in the distance. Nevertheless, we had the opportunity to see a video of the Spitfire in action in class afterwards.

Homework Friday 23rd October

  • Reading comprehension
  • Mathematics revision
  • Reading book
  • Lorna's Creative Challenge (see link below)
  • Photography competition 
  • Talking Homework – Can you think of any examples of how you can be inclusive in school, at home and in any clubs that you attend?

 

Suggested Tasks:

  • TTRockstars battle with each year group in Key Stage 2
  • Revision of spellings on EdShed 
  • Choose a book to read on Fiction Express

Homework Friday 9th October

  • Reading comprehension
  • Mathematics revision
  • Reading book

Suggested Tasks:

  • TTRockstars battle with each year group in Key Stage 2 (until Thursday 8th October at 4pm)
  • Spelling task on EdShed (dated 02.10.20)
  • Place value maths quiz on EdShed
  • Negative numbers quiz on EdShed
  • Fiction Express

Homework Friday 2nd October

  • Reading comprehension
  • Mathematics revision
  • Reading book
  • TTRockstars battle with each year group in Key Stage 2 (until Thursday 8th October at 4pm)
  • Spelling Shed 
  • Talking Homework (please see the email dated Friday 2nd October)

Homework Friday 25th September

  • Reading comprehension
  • Mathematics revision
  • Reading book
  • TTRockstars battle with Year 3 (until Thursday 1st October at 4pm)
  • Spelling Shed (revision of words with the /sh/ sound spelled ch)
  • Talking Homework (please see the email dated Friday 25th September)

 

Top