Week 14 in CGP books:
Maths: Reflection and Translation: Pages: 66-69
English Grammar: Brackets and dashes: Pages: 52-55
Spelling: Words with 'ough' and words with silent letters: Pages: 88-91
Week 13 in CPG books:
Maths: Fractions: Pages 28-35
English Grammar: Commas: Pages 40-51
Spelling: ei and ie words Pages 86 and 87
Week 12 in CGP books:
Maths: Line graphs: pages 70, 71
Tables and Timetables: 72, 73,
English: Grammar: Verbs: pages 30, 31, 32
Standard and Non- Standard English: pages 33, 34, 35
Spelling: Word Endings: 'ant', 'ent', 'ance', 'ancy' and 'ence' and 'ency'.
Week 11: Work in CGP work books:
Maths: Metric and Imperial Units: Pages;44, 45, 46, 47
English Grammar: Section 3 - Conjunctions and Prepositions: Pages: 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29.
Spelling: Word endings: The 'Shus' and 'Shul' sound: pages 76, 77
Week 10: Work in CGP books:
Maths: Regular and Irregular Polygons pages: 64 and 65
English Grammar: Clauses: pages 15. 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
Spelling: Word Endings- The 'Shun' Sound pages 74 and 75
Week 9: Work to complete in CPG books:
Maths: Perimeter and Area: Pages 48, 49, 50, 51
English; Grammar: Pronouns:Pages 12 and 13 and Determiners: Page 14
Spelling: Prefixes: p70
Week 8 CPG workbooks:
Maths - Angles: Pgs 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63.
English: Grammar: pages 8 and 9: Punctuation pages 36 and 37: Spelling p 70.
When you collect your CGP workbooks from Sherwood this week or get sent them please can you complete these pages: English - pages 4,5 and 68 Maths - pages 27 - 29
Hi Rosetta and Cairo,
We hope you are all well and are enjoying the sunshine! This week Mrs Foster and I have read a chapter from our favourite books, have a listen. Next week we will read the next chapter.
Thank you to all those children who have posted on Seesaw, we are really enjoying seeing all the learning that you have been doing at home. We would love to see any challenges that you have completed from the week 4 learning pack or any other activities that you have been doing at home.
We hope you all had a lovely Easter with your families. Sign into Seesaw for additional challenges and competitions. We have enjoyed seeing what you have been up to, please continue to post photos or videos of any challenges you have completed.
Miss Corcoran and Mrs Foster
Useful Website Links
Talking to your child about Coronavirus - https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51734855
Encourage your children to be writing at home. Take a look at the literacy shed for some fantastic clips to base your writing on - https://www.literacyshed.com/home.html
Audio stories for children to listen to - https://www.storynory.com/
Complete a variety of reading comprehension challenges –
Timestable Rockstars - https://ttrockstars.com/
Lots of different maths games for different ages -https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games
More maths based fun games –
Try out a variety of science and technology challenges –
BBC Bitesize has lots of resources for different age groups in primary school - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize
Welcome to Year 5!
Our classes for this year are: Rosetta and Cairo.
Mrs. Foster will be teaching Rosetta and Miss. Corcoran will be teaching Cairo. Our teaching assistants are Miss Hallam and Miss Nightingale.
We are starting off this term with an exciting D.T. topic where the children will be tasked with creating a CAM toy from scratch in order to sell them on Enterprise day (details to follow)
Our term theme is:
Heroes and Villains
We are starting with looking in depth at the classic poem; "The Highway Man" by Alfred Noyes. This poem tells the tale of a Criminal on the run who is ambushed by soldiers and his and his partners grisly fate. It will be up to the children to solve this murder mystery using all their detective skills.
During this half term, we will be looking at the 4 basic operations, add, subtract, multiply and divide to ensure all the children have these fundamental in place before we embark on the more challenging aspects of Maths that they will encounter this year.
Please can you help support your child in this by working with them to know their times tables up to 12x12
We will be supporting their learning by using the fun new app "Timetable Rock stars". Each child has their own log in and can gain both rock fame and coins to spend on improving their avatar just by playing.
This half term the children will be designing, building and evaluating their very own CAM toy. they will need all their creative skills in order to recreate their designs in wood and card. The ultimate aim being to sell these toys on Enterprise day and use the proceeds to buy something which the class can enjoy
A reminder that Year 5 PE sessions are on Wednesday afternoon
This term the children in yr 5 will have their P.E. lessons led by their class teacher and focusing on team sports and improving their hand-eye coordination.
Please ensure that your child’s PE kit, including a change of footwear is in school on the correct day.
Please do not hesitate to ask a member of staff if you have any questions!