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Year 5

Long Shop Museum dressing up and lunch suggestions

Welcome Back to Year 5 - Week 3

Some silliness to make you smile...
Lazy Lily Chapman cat. (How many blankets does she need?)
'Turbo' the snail (maybe).

Hello year 5…we have made it! We are in the final week of the Summer Term! 

 

This week, we are asking the children in each class to decorate a puzzle piece (which will be sent to you if you are not in school), to bring back in September.  The idea is that each class will make a puzzle because we are in this together and the puzzle reflects that we are all part of one, united team.

 

Those children who have been in school have done or are about to do theirs.  Children in 5NC did theirs with images and words to show the positives of this time, such as playing in the paddling pool, going on walks and bike rides and family time. Other ideas include doing a self-portrait.  Paint or colouring pencils/pens can be used on the puzzle piece.  There will be a note alongside the puzzle piece, showing that we would like the ones being done at home a particular way up, with a diagram provided.  These will be put up in the new classrooms in September.

 

If you have any school library books still at home, please could these be returned to school, either with your child if they are in school on Thursday and Friday or left in a plastic bag with the office staff.

 

If your child would like anything from their tray, but haven’t been back, please email us on the year 5 email address to arrange collection.  Trays will be cleared, with any equipment sent across to the next class for September.

 

We will be sending home any work packs that we still have this week.  Those that have requested packs will still have the booklets available on Thursday to collect from the office.

 

Those of you that took the packs home on Friday (and those that collect packs from the office), we talked to you about an expected minimum time to spend on each subject for the next three days. They are also below as a reminder:

 

Please try to do this every day.

Maths

Time

Times tables

15 minutes

Fractions work

40 minutes

 

 

Literacy

 

Handwriting

10 minutes

Spelling & Grammar

10 - 15 minutes

Writing - The Great Scam

30-40 minutes

Reading comprehension

15 minutes

Reading a book

15-20 minutes

 

Most of the answers to the work are in the packs, so you can self-mark as you go. 

 

If you would like to use any resources over the Summer holidays, the daily schedule links for the BBC, Twinkl, Classroom Secrets (who have weekly learning packs and online activities) and Oak Academy have some resources still available. All the previous work and links will still be available on the webpage below.

 

You can contact us by emailing:

 

Year5@cliffordroad.suffolk.sch.uk

 

 

Please note that we cannot use the address to set you additional work, so please don’t use it for this purpose. If you want to email, put the class in the subject line so that we know who the email is for. We would love to hear from you.

 

Mrs Norris, Mrs Chapman and Mr Holmes.
Week 3 Links

Week 2 links

We have added a link to the Red Cross kindness calendar and activities for the summer holidays.  Sign up for free and get weekly emails with activities to help your family well being.

Examples from Mrs Chapman & Mrs Norris

Week 1 links

P.S. Keep Reading!

Useful links to websites with Curriculum activities:
If you need help finding new things to read, getting on with your reading challenge or you miss all the activities you usually do in the library, Ruth and Lisa would love you to drop by the Library pages or get in touch. Find out more here:
Hello. It is Mrs Chapman here. I have a few funny pictures and videos to share with you from the last week.
This is the hedgehog that was rescued from my strawberry patch netting.  He had been trying to steal my lovely strawberries!  We took him to the vets to make sure he was O.K. and then released him at the back of the garden and watched him wander off.  He is huge, so we named him Chunky!

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Lily, my Chapman cat, was crazed because she couldn't catch the ball!

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Silly cat on the lean-to roof.
Cat having a bounce on the trampoline,
Lovely but large hedgehog that we rescued on Sunda

*NEW RESOURCES

We thought you may like a fresh set of resources, all in one place!

We would like to share these resources with you, from the Robin Hood Learning Academy, who have produced weekly topic plans for parents to use.  Each week has its own theme, with maths, writing, reading and other subject links.  It links to many websites and resources that you may already have used and looks brilliant. Feel free to use the units as they are dated, or start with the one at the top.  Have fun!

New! Always, Sometimes, Never true?  Prove these statements.  When the answer is sometimes, can you find both examples?

WW2 history lessons

 

Liverpool war museum are offering free WW2 history lessons on Facebook and YouTube. The lessons are aimed at primary school children, but are suitable for any age group with an interest in this! These lessons link well to the ‘Keep the Home Fires Burning’ project that the children have been learning across the school.

 

The next live lesson is on Wednesday 1st April at 1pm. You can access this lesson by typing ‘Western Approaches’ into the Facebook search bar.

All past lessons are added to YouTube and can be found by searching for ‘Western Approaches’.

 

Enjoy!

P.E is on Monday mornings - indoor and outdoor kit is required each week.

Music is on Monday mornings - clarinets are required each week.

 

Homework is set on Friday and is due back the following Wednesday.

Make your own maths dictionary using this template. This should keep you going!

Maths activities - work systematically to find all the possibilities. Look at the Year Four and Six pages for similar work

Class Teachers in Year 5 are:

Matt Holmes

Mrs Chapman and Mrs Norris

 

The Teaching Assistants are:

Kim Doy

Christine Pittaccio

Lauren Marriott

Apprentices to Mr Garrett at The Long Shop Museum Leiston

Musical Performance to Year 6

Year 5 science week

Our first clarinet performance!

Check out the link above to see pictures of our first Maths Cafe event!

Share a Story Week - Festivals and Celebrations

BT Programming a Lego Kicker!

Seascapes inspired by famous artists and our trip to RSPB Minsmere

Share a Story Week Spring Term

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