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St Anne's Catholic Primary School

"Love one another as I have loved you in our home, school and Parish family"

  

Friday 10th July 2020

 

Good morning, Year 5! It is the end of our penultimate week before the summer holidays!

We hope this finds you all well and safe. Our positive thought for the day comes from The Lorax by Dr. Seuss:

 

“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”

 

Remember this! You! Yes, you, can make a difference and splash an amazing mark on the world – just by caring!

 

Your learning opportunities today include:

  • Your daily activities on Purple Mash and spag.com
  • For revision purposes A Maths Challenge Mat from the Spring Term that includes identifying angles and roman numerals
  • Addition and subtraction booklet that includes column methods, mental calculations, rounding and problem solving. Answers in separate booklet
  • Grammar – The Obstacle Course Catastrophe! We may not have had sports day this year, but this game will challenge your grammar skills from prefixes, modal verbs, adverbs to synonyms, relative pronouns and passive/active sentences.
  • Read this interesting true story of the Muslim scholar and explorer called Ibn Battuta. Choose your level of challenge from hard, harder or hardest
  • RE: Do you remember the story of Pentecost? Well, here is your chance to refresh the story in your mind. Answer the questions that follow the text. Choose your level of challenge from hard, harder or hardest
  • Spelling activity – You will need another person to read out the sentences with the missing spellings to you. A great way to practise your spelling skills. Good luck!

 

 

Have a great weekend!

 

 

Year 5 Team

 

 

  

Thursday 9th July 2020

 

Good morning, Year 5. We hope that this day finds you all well and ready to engage with another day’s activities of learning.

 

Our positive thought for the day comes from Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets:

 

“It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.”

 

  • Your daily activities on Purple Mash and spag.com
  • For revision purposes A Maths Challenge Mat from the Spring Term that includes ordering fractions and negative numbers. Choose your level of challenge!
  • An interactive lesson on how to distinguish between regular and irregular polygons using reasoning skills. Click on the link below…

           https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zgmcf82

  • Popping punctuation! Add the correct missing punctuation to these sentences and use the balloons to help you.
  • A comprehension text all about the history of how women achieved the right to vote. Very interesting. Questions are on a separate document.
  • An interactive lesson on how to analyse William Shakespeare’s famous story Romeo and Juliet. Click on the link below:

           https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zjkgn9q

 

 Have a great day!

 

Year 5 Team

  

Wednesday 8th July 2020

 

Good morning, Year 5! We hope this post finds you all well as we have reached the midpoint of our week!

 

Today’s positive thought comes from the book Giraffes Can’t Dance by Giles Andreae:

 

“We all can dance,” he said, “if we can find the music that we love.”

 

Your learning opportunities today include:

 

  • Your daily activities on Purple Mash and spag.com
  • For revision purposes A Maths Challenge Mat from the Spring Term that includes translation of shapes and prime numbers. Choose your level of challenge!
  • Problem solving: The Mystery of the Brilliant Breakfast – A healthy eating themed resource which is a fantastic way to practise lots of different maths skills. Enjoy!
  • A reading comprehension all about the life of Sir David Attenborough. It is very likely that you have watched some of his nature programmes on tv. Choose your level of challenge from hard, harder or hardest.
  • Grammar activity where you must change the given sentences into past tense. Choose your level of challenge from hard, harder or hardest.
  • Up-levelling sentences activity: an opportunity for you to practise improving sentences by using fronted adverbials, expanded noun phrases and subordinating conjunctions.

 

 Enjoy your day!

 

 Year 5 Team

 

  

Tuesday July 7th 2020

 

Good morning Year 5. We hope that you and your families all continue to keep safe and well.

 

Our positive thought for the day comes from the children’s author Donna Raye:

 “One tiny little light can brighten even the darkest of nights. Be creative, imagine and let your light shine.”

 

Your learning opportunities today include:

 

  • Your daily activities on Purple Mash and spag.com
  • For revision purposes A Maths Challenge Mat from the Spring Term that includes mental calculations and fractions. Choose your level of challenge!
  • Try these multi-step word problems! Read through them carefully and work out which operation you need to use. Answers at the end of the document
  • An interactive lesson on subtracting decimals using a formal method. Click on the link below:

            https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zk4kvwx

  • Anyone for tennis?!! We may not have Wimbledon to watch and enjoy this year, but read this text which is full of fun facts about the tournament from how you can become a ball boy or boy girl to keeping tennis balls in a fridge!
  • We’ve just had a tennis work-out so now how about a grammar work-out? Revise what a noun, verb or synonym is!! Answers at the end of the document.
  • Do you feel like being a teacher today? This is your chance! An activity where there is something wrong with the sentences. Can you spot the mistakes and correct them?

 

 Have a great day!

 

 Year 5 Team

 

  

Monday July 6th 2020

 

Good morning Year 5! We hope you all had a relaxing and fun weekend. This is your final two weeks in Year 5! Wow!

Today’s positive thought comes Roald Dahl in The Twits:

“A person who has good thoughts cannot ever be ugly… if you have good thoughts they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely.”

 

Click on the link below for details of the Summer Reading Challenge 2020 with the Silly Squad. Celebrate the joy of reading with all of your family with these fun activities:

https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/

 

There is also a Creativity Summer Camp taking place from 6-10 July. We have attached the details below. Have a look!

 

Your learning opportunities today include:

 

  • Your daily activities on Purple Mash and spag.com
  • For revision purposes A Maths Challenge Mat from the Spring Term that includes perimeter and missing angles
  • Another lesson packed with maths challenges and problem solving. Click on the link below….
  • https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zknp7yc
  • Grammar revision booklet all about relative clauses and relative pronouns. Lots of sentence activities for you to practise both relative clauses and relative pronouns.
  • A reading comprehension all about the American basketball player Kobe Bryant. Choose your level of challenge from hard, harder or hardest.
  • Use the following writing prompts to create your own narrative story. Ideas include through the doorway, up, up and away, extreme weather, the year 2050 and message in a bottle. We would love to read your stories so send then into us at worksharing@st-annes.coventry.sch.uk

 

 

Have a great day!

Year 5 Team

 

 

 

  

Friday 3rd July 2020

 

Good morning Year 5! Can you believe that we have arrived at the end of another week? Wow! Let’s see where our positive thought for the day has come from…..Ah! It comes from Rafiki in The Lion King:

 

“Ah yes, the past can hurt. But the way I see it, you can either run from it or learn from it.”

 

Your learning opportunities today include:

 

  • Your daily activities on Purple Mash and spag.com
  • A Maths Challenge Mat that includes area of rectangles and reflection of shapes
  • Fancy being a code breaker? Have some fun with this pirate themed Code Breaker activity! Use your addition and subtraction skills to solve problems!
  • Starting to think about moving to Year 6? Here is a transition booklet filled with fun writing activities that include All About Me Selfie. Answers to the reading and grammar activities are in the separate booklet. Enjoy!
  • A reading comprehension on mythical stories from different cultures. The brilliant tale of Theseus and the Minotaur! Choose your level of challenge from hard, harder or hardest.
  • Do you have a dictionary at home? If so, dust it down and use it to help you to correct the spelling list, write definitions of words and to organise words into alphabetical order. If you do not have a dictionary book, just find a dictionary online.

 

 Make some time for rest and play at the weekend.

 

Year 5 Team

 

 

 

Thursday 2nd July 2020

 

Good morning Year 5. We hope this post finds you all well. Once again, it was lovely to speak to so many of you yesterday. A big continued thank you to those children who are keeping in touch with us through their work. Well done!

 

Our positive thought for the day comes from The Incredibles:

“Never look back, darling. It distracts from the now.”

 

 

Your learning opportunities today include:

 

  • Your daily activities on Purple Mash and spag.com
  • A Maths Challenge Mat that includes a train timetable and grams and kilograms
  • Test your problem-solving skills with a range of maths challenges. Click on the link below:

             https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6csm39

  • A few writing task prompts! Sharpen your writing skills with these writing prompts by choosing a setting that interests you
  • Do you know the story of a man called Nelson Mandela? Please read this interesting text all about him and answer the questions afterwards. Choose your level of challenge from hard, harder or hardest
  • Commonly confused words – where, wear, were, we’re. Test yourself to find out if you know the difference in meaning between all these homophones.
  • Commonly confused words – there, their, they’re. Test yourself to find out if you know the difference in meaning between all these homophones.

 

 

Have a great day!

 

 Year 5 Team

 

  

Wednesday 1st July 2020

 

Good morning, Year 5. We have now entered the month of July! Time is certainly flying by in this most unique year of 2020.

 

Our positive thought for the day comes from Dr. Seuss:

“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose.”

 

 

Your learning opportunities today include:

 

  • Your daily activities on Purple Mash and spag.com
  • A Maths Challenge Mat that includes negative numbers and a line graph
  • Addition and subtraction multi-step word problems. Answers at the end of the document.
  • A text all about the footballer Marcus Rashford and his campaign to ensure that children who need help with meals will continue to get support during the summer holidays.
  • Our revision continues with another short SPAG test that includes adverbials of place and relative pronouns
  • Fancy reading a Poem? Here is a poem all about a tyger! Answer the questions afterwards

 

 

 Enjoy your first day in July!

 

Year 5 Team

 

  

Tuesday 30th June 2020

 

Good morning Year 5! A big thank you to those of you who are still working so hard on your home learning activities. We are delighted to hear from you and to see you working from home. Keep up the good work and keep smiling!

 

Today’s positive thought comes from The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster:

“You must never feel badly about making mistakes ... as long as you take the trouble to learn from them. For you often learn more by being wrong for the right reasons than you do by being right for the wrong reasons."

 

Your learning opportunities today include:

 

  • Your daily activities on Purple Mash and spag.com
  • A Maths Challenge Mat that includes the translation of shapes and number sequences
  • A maths revision booklet that gives you lots of opportunities to practise many of your mathematical skills
  • A SPAG test – the answers are at the end of the document
  • A fun English lesson all about writing brochures and adverts using comedy. Click on the link below….

       https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zq8m8hv

  • A reading challenge! A reading booklet in the style of a SATs reading text. Included are the question booklet and the answer booklet. A brilliant way to get ready for Year 6!

 

 

      Have a great day!

 

      Year 5 Team

 

  

Monday June 29th 2020

 

Good morning Year 5! We hope that all of you had a great weekend and that you are raring to go with your home learning!

 

Our positive thought  to get today going is from the Hunchback of Notre Dame:

“Life’s not a spectator sport. If watchin’ is all you’re gonna do, then you’re gonna watch your life go by without ya.”

 

Your learning opportunities today include:

  • Your daily activities on Purple Mash and spag.com
  • A Maths Challenge Mat that includes some mental calculations and missing angles
  • An interactive lesson all about measuring angles. If you have a protractor at home, give this lesson a try. Super for revision so click on the link below…

           https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zyfrsk7

  • A SPAG challenge mat that includes possessive pronouns and homophones. Choose your level of challenge from hard, harder or hardest.
  • We have seen and read so much about our wonderful NHS staff during this lockdown. Today’s comprehension work is all about the history of the NHS and how they have been our heroes during Covid 19. Choose your level of challenge from hard, harder or hardest.
  • Today is also the Feast Day of Saints Peter & Paul. Do some research on the lives of both these men. Draw some symbols that represent the story of both men’s lives, e.g. paper and quill for Paul because he wrote so many letters or a boat for Peter as he was a fisherman before he became a follower of Jesus.

 

Please send in your work to worksharing@st-annes.coventry.sch.uk

 

 

Have a great day!

 

 

Year 5 Team

 

 

 

  

Friday 26th June 2020

 

Good morning Year 5! We have arrived at the end of another week. We hope that today finds all of you well, safe and happy. More of you are working on Purple Mash now so that makes us very happy. Keep up the good work! A little work every day will mean that you are more than ready for Year 6 in September.

 

Our positive thought for the day comes from Roald Dahl’s Matilda:

“Never do anything by halves if you want to get away with it. Be outrageous. Go the whole hog.”

We love this quote! Things go best when you give them everything you’ve got!

 

 

Today’s learning opportunities include:

  • Maths and English tasks on Purple Mash and spag.com
  • A Maths Challenge Mat that includes perimeter and missing angles
  • Home learning booklet on Multiplication and Division. There is a lot of work here so just pick an activity that you would like to try. Answer booklet included.
  • Spelling activity: write the correct spelling of the missing words in these sentences. Answer sheet included.
  • I am sure you have read some books by the author Michael Morpurgo. Here is a comprehension text all about the man himself. Choose your level of challenge – hard, harder or hardest.
  • Wellbeing craft – perhaps you can try this lockdown activity with your family. All about looking forward to things when lockdown is over.
  • Click on the link below for answers to yesterday’s mental maths questions. How did you do?

           https://www.math-salamanders.com/image-files/free-mental-maths-year-5-1ans.gif

 

 Have a great weekend!

 

Year 5 Team

  

Thursday 25th June 2020

 

Good morning Year 5! Our positive thought for the day comes from JM Barrie’s Peter Pan:

“The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease forever to be able to do it.”

So, keep aiming high children, and flying high in your dreams and hopes!

 

Please find below today’s learning opportunities:

 

  • English and maths activities on Purple Mash and spag.com
  • Mental Maths questions that include fractions and money problems. Answers will be posted on here tomorrow. Click on the link below…

        https://www.math-salamanders.com/image-files/free-mental-maths-year-5-1.gif

  • A chance to revise short division with remainders bus stop method. Answers at the end of the sheet
  • A SPAG Mat that includes work on Modal Verbs and relative clauses. Choose your level of challenge from hard, harder or hardest. Answers follow on from each Mat.
  • A reading comprehension all about the Moon – it is very interesting! Choose your level of challenge: hard, harder or hardest.

 

     We love to hear from you so please send us some of your work through our email worksharing@st-annes.coventry.sch.uk

 

 

Have a great day!

 

Year 5 Team

 

Wednesday 24th June 2020

Good morning Year 5! Here we are once again at the midpoint of another week. Thank you to those children who continue to keep in touch with us through their home learning efforts.

 

Our positive thought for the day comes from Catherine Pulsifer:

“We are all different, which is great because we are all unique. Without diversity life would be very boring.”

 

With this in mind, we would like to tell you about a writing competition that you may be interested in. We know that many of you are super writers and we hope that some of you will enter this competition. 500 Words is the world’s largest story-writing competition for children. Over a million stories have been submitted since 2011, in response to everything from technology to climate change. Now, we want to bring children’s voices onto the themes and issues emerging from the Black Lives Matter movement. We want children to lead on the process of writing their story.

From 6:30am on Monday 29th June until Friday 3rd July at 11.59pm 2020, children are invited from aged between 5 and 13 to respond in whatever way they wish in no more than 500 words, in the form of a story. For more details click on the link below:

     https://500words.me/

Also today:

  • English and Maths activities on Purple Mash and spag.com
  • Maths Challenge Mat that includes factors and a word problem
  • Revision of arithmetic skills. Have a go and see how many methods you remember! Answers are at the end of the document.
  • An English lesson all about performing poetry! Have a go and send us in your efforts! Click on the link below for the interactive lesson…

           https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zmf8qnb

  • RE – today is the feast day of Saint John The Baptist. Research the full story of his life and present it in your format of choice – leaflet, poster, cartoon strip, letter etc.

 

Keep safe and keep working!

 

Year 5 Team

 

Tuesday 23rd June 2020

 

Good morning Year 5! We hope you are all keeping well and continue to do some work every day.

 

Today’s positive thought comes from Professor Dumbledore In Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone:

“It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to your enemies, but a great deal more to stand up to your friends.”

 

Today’s learning opportunities include:

  • Maths and English activities on Purple Mash
  • Activities on spag.com
  • Maths Challenge Mat that includes writing fractions as percentages and adding fractions
  • A lesson on multiplying up to 4-digit numbers by 2-digits. Click on the link below…..

        https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4chnrd

  • How much do you remember about the Great Plague? Read this comprehension text all about it. Choose your level of challenge – hard, harder or hardest. The answers are at the end of the document.
  • Continue to revise your grammar skills with a variety of questions on sentence types and word classes. Answers on the last page.

 

 

Have a great day!

 

 

Year 5 Team

 

Monday 22nd June 2020

 

Good morning Year 5! We hope that you all had a good weekend with your families.

 

This week you will find English and maths activities on Purple Mash every day. Your learning opportunities on your class page today include…..

 

  • Maths Challenge Mat that includes ordering fractions and rounding to the nearest 100,000
  • A revision maths lesson on subtracting decimals. Click on the link….

 

         https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zk4kvwx

 

  • Grammar revision with a range of questions to challenge yourself! Answers on the last page.
  • Non-Fiction reading comprehension – The Man Who Moved A Mountain. Pick your level of challenge: hard, harder or hardest.

 

 

 

Have a great day!

 

 

Year 5 Team

 

Friday 19th June 2020

 

Good morning Year 5! Once again it is Friday! I hope everybody is feeling positive about the day ahead and ready to do some work.

 

Our positive thought for today comes from the film The sword and the Stone when Merlin says:

“It’s up to you how far you’ll go. If you don’t try, you’ll never know.”

 

Today’s learning opportunities include:

 

  • Maths Challenge Mat that includes negative numbers and adding of decimal numbers
  • A revision maths lesson all about addition and subtraction methods. Click on the link below for the lesson that includes interactive videos

        

              https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zfdpnrd

  • A reading comprehension that is all about William Shakespeare. There are three levels of difficulty – hard, harder and hardest. Choose the one that you feel best fits your ability.
  • RE – Today is the feast day of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Research what this feast day is all about. Make a leaflet/poster and include information and images of the Feast day.
  • We would love to hear from more of you – send in some work to worksharing@st-annes.coventry.sch.uk

 

Next week, we will resume daily activities on Purple Mash.

 

Have a great weekend!

 

Year 5 Team

 

Thursday 18th June 2020

 

Good morning Year 5! Wow! The week is going by ever so quickly! We hope that you are all keeping well. If you are feeling tired and grumpy today, perhaps this positive thought for the day can help to lift your mood – it comes from Mother Teresa:

Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.” 

 

It was so lovely to speak to so many of you on the phone yesterday and you all promised to send in at least one piece of work to us every week. Some of you are already doing so much work at home – Marika, Jeremiasz, Elma-Rose and Mariam. Remember to share your work with us by emailing us at worksharing@st-annes.coventry.sch.uk

 

Challenges today include:

 

  • Our daily Maths Challenge Mat that includes naming different sized angles and reading a timetable
  • A powerpoint presentation reminding you how to use the long division formal method
  • A sheet with questions on long division for you to have a go. Do as many as you feel able to. (Answers at the end of the document)
  • A lesson all about what relative clauses are and how we use them in sentences. Click on the link below for your lesson….

           https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zkcd7sg

  • The answers to all the spelling mistakes from yesterday

 

  • Would you like a chance to improve your drawing skills? If so there is a great set of instructions here that can help you to draw the perfect human face!

 

Have fun children!

 

Year 5 Team

 Wednesday 17th June 2020

 

Good morning Year 5! How are we all today? Hope you are all feeling good!

As you have spent so much precious time with your families lately, our positive thought for the day comes from none other than Lilo and Stitch:

 “Ohana means family, family means nobody gets left behind. Or forgotten.”

How lovely! Look up which language the word ‘Ohana’ comes from.

 

A huge well done to Marika and Yafiet who completed grammar work on spag.com. We really love to see children having a go at home so a big thank you to you both and your families!

 

Today’s activities include:

 

  • Maths Challenge Mat that includes prime numbers and translation of a shape
  • Revision of long multiplication. Answers at the end of the document
  • As we have been blessed with so much sunshine during our time in lockdown, today’s reading comprehension is all about our welcome friend the sun. You will learn so much just by reading this! Choose your level of difficulty – hard, harder and hardest. The answers follow each set of questions
  • How about some spelling work? Yes, we hear you say! You will find so many spelling mistakes on these sheets! Write the correct spelling of these words into your Home Learning book (Answers will be posted here tomorrow)

 

Stay positive and keep up the hard work!

 

Year 5 Team

Tuesday 16th June 2020

 

Good morning Year 5! How did you get on with the work from yesterday? Were you impressed with Captain Tom’s story? It is so easy to take a photo of your work and to send it to us on  worksharing@st-annes.co.uk. Please do, as it makes us so happy to hear from you.

 

Our positive thought for the day comes from Harry Potter: “Working hard is important, but there is something that matters even more: Believing in yourself.”

 

For today’s learning you will find the following:

 

  • Your daily math’s challenge mat
  • A maths lesson all about converting fractions, decimals and percentages. Please click on the following link……

   https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zynhjsg

  • For grammar please log on to spag.com for work on verbs in perfect form and Grammar Paper A which will allow you to practice a range of your grammar skills. By this eveing, we hope that lots of you have logged on and had a go!
  • You will also find the answers to yesterday’s Addition and subtraction questions.

 

Have a great day!

 

Year 5 Team

 Monday 15th June 2020 

Good morning Year 5!

We hope you all had a great week- end with your families!

Let’s start our week with a positive thought from Winnie the Pooh:

“You’re braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.”

 

Today’s activities include:

 

  • A range of maths challenges that include rounding of numbers and roman numerals (Answers on the second page)
  • A comprehension text based on Captain Tom Moore who has done an amazing thing to support the NHS. There are three versions of the text – hard, harder and hardest. Choose the one that you feel best fits your ability and complete the matching questions. The answers follow on the next page after each set of questions. Enjoy!
  • For revision purposes, there is an addition and subtraction booklet. Do not panic! You do not have to complete the whole booklet but choose an area that you feel you need to work on and have a go. All the answers will be posted on here tomorrow.
  • Grammar today is all about Modal Verbs. If you have forgotten what they are look it up on google! Once again there are three sheets – hard, harder and hardest. Pick the one that you feel best suits your ability. The answers are at the end of the document.

 

 We will be contacting you very soon to see how you are getting on and if we can help  you in any way. Keep up the good work! Remember – we love to hear from you. Any work that you are proud of please share with us on worksharing@st-annes.co.uk

 

All the best from the Year 5 Team

Wednesday 10th June 2020

Hello Year 5.  I would like you to have a go at these Place value problems using your knowledge of Tenths (e.g. 0.2), Hundredths (e.g. 0.04) and thousandths (e.g. 0.001) 

Here's a little reminder of how to add these numbers  0.2 + 0.04 + 0.001 = 0.241

Use today and tomorrow to work through them and I will post the answers on Friday. (with some new ones!) 

Good Luck, I miss you all lots

Mrs Torley x

 

We are all being told to stay at home to stay safe. But that's no fun is it!  And because it's virtual we can go anywhere we like.  Here is a document with website links to the best museums, buildings and places you can explore. Say hello to the Queen, fly with bats, go into a volcano, see where the Pope lives and lots, lots more. 

Enjoy exploring and see if anything sparks your imagination into a mini project. Maybe a story or poem inspired by a place, maybe a info text on an animal from the Smithsonian, maybe recreate a historical artefact from the British Museum... it's up to you - explore, learn, be inspired and be creative. 

SING N SHINE – 27th May 2pm Virtual Royal Albert Hall – Wednesday 3rd June 7pm – Youtube! Background.

Sing n Shine every morning next week at 10am!

EMAIL ANY PHOTOS/VIDEOS OF YOU ENJOYING THE SESSION TO: jcuthbertson@armonico.org.uk

Have a go at some Art using nature - as you can see from the pictures above. You can create lovely scenes or portraits. I miss you all so much.  Mrs Torley x

If any of my pupils are interested, this looks fantastic! Harry Potter is now being read chapter by chapter online at https://www.wizardingworld.com/collect…/harry-potter-at-home

and it’s available on Spotify. Daniel Radcliffe is reading the first chapter. Have a good day everyone! 

 

WIZARDINGWORLD.COM
Welcome to the Harry Potter At Home hub where you’ll find all the latest magical treats to keep you occupied - including special contributions from Bloomsbury and Scholastic, nifty magical craft videos (teach your friends how to draw a Niffler!), fun articles, quizzes, puzzles and plenty more ...

Hi year 5,

Remember that any work you complete and would like to share you can email us at worksharing@st-annes.coventry.sch.uk

I miss you all. Love from Mrs Torley x

 27.04.2020

Hi Year 5. I hope you all had a lovely Easter and that you are all keeping well and enjoying your home learning. I have posted some new 2Do's on Purple Mash for you all so please take a look. Stay safe. I miss you all very much. Mrs Torley x

Thank you to those children who have already had a go at the 2 Do's on Purple Mash. 

I miss you all lots. stay home and stay safe. love from Mrs Torley 

Year 5 Daily Maths Problem

Year 5

 Dear parents/carers,

 ‘WELCOME’ from the Year 5 team! We intend to keep you well informed about all of the exciting experiences and learning that we will be encountering on our journey as we venture into Year 5!                                                                                                               

At the bottom of this page you will find a link to a curriculum map that will inform you of some of the things that we will do in the Autumn term. There is some extra information below about Year 5.

As we begin an important school year, I would like to offer some reminders and classroom routines that will enable us to make this a positive and rewarding year.

  1. Please be sure to clearly mark all of your child’s belongings with his/her name for safety and quick identification.
  2. In Year 5 the expectation is that they read for 15 to 20 minutes. Please could you remind your child that they need to bring their book in with them everyday.
  3. Homework will be given out every Friday and is to be completed and returned each Wednesday. We value all comments you make in their homework book.
  4. Year 5 have PE on a Wednesday. However, the children should have their PE kit in school every day because other opportunities for active sports arise throughout the year.
  5. If your child has your permission to go home with a friend/ sibling or alone, please inform us. This is to prevent confusion and ensure the safety of the children.

 

We look forward to working with you and your child. Together we can make a difference! You can help by sending us well-rested children with full tummies and a hug and a kiss still fresh on their minds. This sets the stage for a lovely day.

We truly value your support in making your child’s time in Year 5 not only a super year of learning, but also create memories that they will cherish. Thank you in advance for your continuing support.

Please feel free to contact us at any time if there is a question or situation you would like to discuss.

Yours Sincerely

Mrs Torley and Mrs Tubman

 

Please click the links to see an overview of what your child has been learning.

Autumn 2019 term curriculum click here.

Spring 2020 term curriculum click here.

Summer 2020 term curriculum click here.