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Year 5

Welcome to Year 5!

 

On this page you can find out what the children in Maple and Oak have been up to, as well as useful links and resources to help your children with their learning.

June 2020

 

Over the next 6 weeks, this page will have new things added regularly to keep your brains busy! We want to ensure that you are ready for year 6; therefore some activities to consolidate knowledge from this year will appear. Now we won't be able to cover it all but we will try and get lots of the important things in that will help you in year 6! Work will be set for grammar, reading, spelling, writing and maths but you don't have to do it all. It is important to remember that all we ask of you is that you have a go and that you try your best.

 

A big well done to all the children who have been online, completing the various activities that we have put on this class page. Remember, if you have completed work that you would like us to see, then ask an adult to take a picture and email it over to school so we can see!

 

If you are struggling with anything that has been loaded onto the class page, then please do call or email school and let us know. The ladies in the office will then let your teacher know and they will get back to you with some help. 

 

Stay safe year 5!

 

Mrs Faulkner, Mrs Haydon and Miss Choudhury

 

June/July work
Maths
Grammar
Reading
Spelling
Writing

Industrial Revolution

 

Year 5's final topic this year is based around the Industrial revolution. This period saw a great amount of change; both in our county and all around the world. Use the links, power points and activity sheets below to learn all you can. Feel free to send any work you complete for us to see.

 

Keep up the good work Year 5

Young Explorers l Become a Meteorologist 🌪

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Young Explorers Become l A Meteorologist ☄️

Hello Young Explorers, Today we want you take on the role of a Meteorologist. Have a go at making your very own Barometer, a tool meteorology use to help the...

Young Explorers | Become a Film Critic 🎬

Hello Young Explorers, This week we want you to take on the role of a Film Critic. Fill out the review sheet about your favourite film below and send it to @...

Young Explorers l National Grid l Gas Engineer Challenge!

Hello Young Explorers, In this weeks video, in collaboration with National Grid, we will be exploring the career of an Engineer. We will be challenging you t...

Try these 'Starters for STEM' activities at home to help your children develop their science, technology, engineering and maths skills. Theses activities are easy to resource and provide children with the stimulus to talk about the world around them. You can sign up, for free, to access the materials. #ScienceFromHome.

Try these 'Starters for STEM' activities at home to help your children develop their science, technology, engineering and maths skills. Theses activities are easy to resource and provide children with the stimulus to talk about the world around them. You can sign up, for free, to access the materials. #ScienceFromHome. 1
Here are some links to keep you busy while school is closed:

Year 5 Maths planning

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