Richards class - Miss Pilling
Barber class - Miss Bailey
Teaching assistants - Miss Gregory and Mrs Hunt
We hope that you all had an enjoyable Christmas and a Happy New Year! We were really excited to start a new term with you all but unfortunately, due to the government's announcement, school will be shut for most pupils. The good news is that we have lots of lovely learning for you to do at home! Please keep checking the website to see what learning you need to do. We're looking forward to seeing your work!
Keep working hard and we hope to see you soon!
Remember to tweet us to show us your home learning! @BarberRJS @RichardsRJS
If you need any support accessing or resourcing the home learning, please let us know. Most of the work can be completed without the need to print off worksheets and can be done on paper, if you prefer.
Reading - Read your school ZPD book and other books from home. Remember to complete a quiz on Accelerated Reader
TTRockstars - Complete a studio and soundcheck on TTRockstars and then spend 10-15 minutes improving your times tables.
Spellings - practise this weeks spellings on Spelling Frame, completing a test and then playing games for 10-30 minutes.
Please complete Spring Workout 2 in your English and Maths CGP books
Use these links to see Miss Bailey reading chapters from The BFG to support your English home learning this week.
Monday 11th January
Then complete the post assessment for our statistics unit (remember to show off everything you know!). Keep your assessment sheet or the paper you have worked on so we can collect your scores.
English - Book Study: Using descriptive vocabulary
Geography - What do I know about the UK?
Tuesday 12th January
Geography - Can I identify countries of The United Kingdom?
Wednesday 13th January
English - Book Study: Using language from the text
Thursday 14th January
English - Book Study: Developing characters
Friday 15th January
Friday - Whole School Write
We would like every child in Year 5 to do a high quality piece of writing each week. Please work your way through the slides linked below to read your instructions for the task.
Please submit your writing via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional home learning
In school, we often play Hit the Button to build up our speed and fluency of maths facts. Our top score in school is 30 - can you beat it?
From this week the BBC are broadcasting 3 hours of learning each day for Y3-6 on CBBC between 9 -12. The timetable is below. Whilst this doesn't match our learning in school, it would be a useful alternative if you are having trouble accessing the online provision. The programmes are also available through iplayer.
*Due to high demand nationally, some of online resources may be unavailable at certain times. If you have difficulties, please complete a different piece of home learning - perhaps from another day and try again later. Thank you.*