Year 5 summer term home learning timetable

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Art from Mrs Smith
Y5 The Greeks
Research Greek culture
clothing
buildings
pottery
Gods
coins
Make observational drawings of all of the above.
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Other learning activities – click on to the timetable

Year 5 home learning timetable

KS2 pick n mix home learning activities

Links to ‘twinkl’ and ‘urbrainy’ print at home worksheets can be found here.

Please click on the link above to take you to the Year 5 home learning timetable for the summer term.

On the timetable you can find lots of links to activities to keep your brain learning and acquiring knowledge over the forthcoming weeks until we are all back in school again. The timetable is structured in line with the school day. Keeping to a routine is good for you and will help to keep your learning habits strong.

It would be great if you could leave a comment too by clicking on the add comment button below.

Mrs Williams and your teachers will check in and reply to you as soon as possible.

Please remember to use standard English though and include capital letters and full stops  – no text talk!! Your teachers will be reading your comments. Your comments wont be published straight away – they will need to be approved by your teacher first.

See you all soon

From  Mrs Cox, Mr Lynch and Mrs Williams

The final day of term

Well this has been a very strange year indeed! Today is the last day of the Summer term. Whilst this has not been a normal time for us all, I hope you have made the most of the extra time you have had to be with your families and engage in a new type of learning at home. You’ve done a great job Year 5!

We’re very much looking forward to welcoming you back in September 🙂

But first you can enjoy your Summer holidays – make sure you stay safe and have fun 🙂

I’ve added a little reading challenge for you to have a go at over the Summer to keep your minds engaged and to help you enjoy lots of different stories!

Mrs Redmond

17.07.20

Good morning Y5. It is your last day as year 5 children, when we see you next, you will be Y6!! What a shame we didn’t get the chance to finish the year properly, there was still so much left to do.

However, today you break up for the summer holidays and hopefully you will enjoy being out and about and some of you might be lucky enough to go on holiday too.

Today we have some work on measurement, the code is wui

It has been lovely chatting with you on ‘Teams’, take care and we will see you in September 😍.

Mrs Cox and Mr Lynch

16.07.20

Good morning Y5 and welcome to another day of problem solving.

The code today is seb

you will probably need to have pen and paper handy to do your working out!

Thank you to those who joined the ‘Teams’ chat yesterday, it was lovely to see you.

Enjoy learning

Mr Lynch and Mrs Cox

15.07.20

Hi Y5

Problem solving today! the code is wws

Don’t forget Y5B that we have a teams call at 11.30am today, love to see you there!

Have a go at Mrs Redmond’s science challenge and send you work to the super learner blog.

Keep safe and well

Mrs Cox and Mr Lynch

Science challenge

Good morning Year 5 🙂

As you know, your Science unit of work recently has been ‘Living Things and their Habitats’.

This week, your challenge is to create a habitat for a living thing! This could be in your own garden or on a local field or wooded area nearby. If you research on a search engine (with an adult to help you) you will find lots of different ways in which you could create a habitat for a living thing that will help to provide them with protection and shelter. I’ve attached a few ideas for you as inspiration too 🙂

Please take photos of your habitats and email them to us at superlearner@st-peters-farnworth.bolton.sch.uk 🙂 we would love to see them!

Mrs Redmond

Literacy challenge

Good morning Year 5 🙂

Usually at this time of the year, you would be completing different tasks that would be going up with you into the next year group. This year is a little bit different as we all know! However, I thought it would be lovely for your new teacher if they could have a little bit of an insight into you as a person 🙂

I’d like you to write a letter to your new class teacher (Y5B is Mrs Buckley and Y5G is Mr Lane) to tell them about you! Tell them about what subjects you enjoy, what you like to do at home, any hobbies you have or groups of friends you have at school. You can tell them anything you think is important so they can get to know you a little better 🙂

Please email your letter to us at superlearner@st-peters-farnworth.bolton.sch.uk so we can make sure your new class teacher can read it 🙂

Mrs Redmond

13.07.20

Good morning Y5

Welcome to another day of online learning.

The code you need is uad

The focus is multiplication and division

Have fun

Mrs Cox and Mr Lynch

Maths challenge

Good morning Year 5 🙂

This is the last week of home learning on the blog for you before the Summer Holidays! We’re looking forward to seeing you all in September when you will have moved into your new classroom in Year 6. Although things may still be a bit different, it will be great to be back together.

This week’s challenge is an emoji themed code breaker challenge 🙂 Think about the methods you need to use to work out some of the problems with larger numbers.

I hope you enjoy completing your challenges this week 🙂 Let me know in the comments below.

Mrs Redmond

This week’s Picture News

Hello Year 5 🙂

I have attached this week’s Picture News resources for you.

This week looks at the recent news that people are now able to travel for holidays to certain countries without having to quarantine when they return to the UK. The question for you to think about this week is ‘are holidays important?’

Have a look through the resources above and let me know what your opinions are, I would love to have a discussion with you.

Mrs Redmond

10.07.20

Good morning Y5.

Fabulous Friday is here again. More work on fractions today and Mrs Redmond has put a measurement review on too (see below).

The code is xwq

have fun today and see you Wednesday on our ‘teams’ call

Mrs Cox and Mr Lynch