We hope the children are enjoying some of the tasks we have suggested. Just to be clear, the dates we have included doesn't mean things need to be completed then or even in the correct order. We just used dates so that new tasks can be found easily. We've tried to give lots of suggestions. Find what works best for you and your children. Some other basics are cooking together, playing games, getting exercise, doing some art work, helping with household chores etc. All of these are valuable experiences for the children.
We hope you are all well,
Miss Kyle, Mrs Deshore, Mrs Kharodia, Mrs Westmoreland, Mrs Kassam, Miss Patel and Mr Birtles.
Good morning year 5!
So, who is doing 'P.E. with Joe' at 9am each day on Youtube? All of us teachers have been using it to exercise with our children at home. Mrs Deshore was telling us that her legs were a bit sore from yesterday and today I ended up sliding all over the place because I forgot to put my trainers on. Oops! I'm sure we'll get better if we keep trying.
Did you hear that Audible have made all children's books free to listen to? Also, David Walliams is reading a short story every day on his website (www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/) - There are links to both on our main year 5 page.
Good Evening Year 5,
How odd does it feel not to be at school!? I hope you have settled in to 'home schooling' and have found the resources on the website useful. Please send us an email if you are stuck or unsure about any of the work.
Here are some tips that I have found useful for being indoors and working:
Remember, this is a strange time for us all but we will get through it and be back to normal soon! Take this opportunity to make memories with your families, be creative, do things you enjoy and have fun.
Take care and speak soon.
Work out done (we've decided to follow Joe at 9am and then Mr Pepper and Miss Magee later on in the day) and the day's work has started.
Did you spot the new link on our page? https://readon.myon.co.uk/index.html
It's fantastic! There's so much choice and they are full colour versions of the books. A whole library in your own home.
I've just discovered that west end theatre musical production of 'The Wind in The Willows' is being streamed for free at the moment. Don't miss it!
March 25th 2020
Hello Year 5,
Hope are all well and have settled into being home schooled. I have found it is quite an adjustment as I am having to teach my daughter Anayah at home! I am not sure which is easier, teaching 31 children or my daughter!
I hope you have found the resources on our year 5 page useful and you have had a go at a range of tasks. I have found that having a timetable for each day is really helpful.
If you are struggling with accessing any resources or any of your accounts such as active learn, times table rock stars or spelling shed then please get in touch and we will do what we can to help you out.
I know this week has been a week of adjustment for us all, it is really important you all keep safe and look after yourselves by staying home.
Good Morning all of you in Year 5,
It has certainly been an unusual week. I would usually be looking forward to learning guitar later this morning but that will not be happening today. Instead I am going to be trying to learn about the Ancient Greeks as my daughter needs to do this for her home learning. It's not an area of history I have really researched before but in the next couple of weeks I am going to try and become a mini expert!
We have also been busy adding more areas for you to take a look at from home to the website. Maths, English, topic, creative art ideas and more.
Don't forget to keep reading your books from school or using Active Learn to keep up your skills. There is also your Time tables rock stars to use and the Spelling Shed to try and move yourselves up the leader board on.
Most importantly keep in touch with school if you have any problems there are office staff to answer your queries and the email email@example.com.
Hope you get to take some exercise as well to stay fit and healthy - use the activity videos in the PE area on the school website if you like or sign yourselves up to Go Noodle.
Talk to you all again soon,
I forgot to also mention 2 new addition to the website - an 'Apps section' which we will keep adding new ideas to. This is below the numbers for each year group on the class pages.
Secondly we have a new resource linked to Harold's Daily Diary. This will give you ideas linked to exercise, being creative, helping others, connecting with others and mindfulness. You can find the link below the class pages or it is here
Enjoy the sunshine today,
I was looking forward to a visit to one of my favourite places over the Easter holidays - Chester Zoo. This morning I found out that they are doing a 'virtual zoo tour' starting at 10am through their facebook page. You will need an adult to support you in this but it will be an amazing opportunity to see some of their animals live. Miss Kyle will be adding a writing activity linked to animals so this could be a great opportunity to think about what you might like to focus on.
Whatever you are doing today with your school work today try to stop for a moment and think of 3 things you are thankful for. This could be linked to school, home or a hobby you have.
I'm off to try and keep up my PE with a morning work out. Have a good day,
Good morning year 5,
Hope you are keeping active and entertained. The sunny weather helps, doesn't it?
My son's spending all day doing school work at the moment. Since he's now at secondary school, they have set him lots and lots to do and he has to send it in every day! Poor thing.
I had a look at spelling shed a little while ago. 5 Pompeii is number 6 in the league table - CCOOOMMMEEE OONNN POMPEII!! Well done! Let's see if we can beat those classes who had a head start on us! hehe.
We're also at number 7 as 5ACK but that's just because of how some people's profiles had to be entered. That means our certain person who joined us from a school in London (I can't put names on here) has achieved 700,000 points all on her own! Well done K!
Happy Monday year 5!
Hope you all had a good weekend. Our highlights was starting to watch the 'Wind in the Willows' musical last night. It's quite long so we'll be finishing it today. It's so good that they're showing it for free at this time.
Another thing I played with was the 3D animal viewer. Have you heard about it? I tried the tiger and it landed right on my lap. It made me jump! I'll put a photo to show you how to do underneath this message.
Have a great week and remember to ask us if there's something you don't understand. I've added PDF versions of all the reading, English and spelling work so everyone will be able to open all the files now. If you do need help, please make sure that you explain what you need help with and which class you are in (as well as your name) so that we can get the emails.
Happy April 1st guys!
Did any of your trick your parents this morning (or get tricked?)
Anyhooo... I just thought I'd let you know that we have put some ideas of things you could do over the official Easter 'holidays' in a folder called... Easter Holiday Ideas (imaginative title, don't you think?). We won't be setting work each day for English, Maths and Reading but there should be plenty on the website now to keep you going. We'll get back to setting daily work on April 20th.
Don't forget that there are also all the sites like Bug Club, Spelling Shed (my class - we have dropped from 6th to 19th!!! What happened!!?) and the other links that we included on the main year 5 page.