Class 5

 

class5_bannerWelcome to Class 5. We are Year 5 and 6 children and Miss Randall is our teacher.

She is brilliantly supported by Mr Macklin and Mrs Arkwell-Smyth.

In Year 5 and 6 we work hard but make time for plenty of fun along the way…

In upper KS2 we learn to become much more responsible as we have a lot of important jobs to do to support the school. As well as setting up hall for assemblies, we run break and lunchtime fitness activities for the whole school and organise all the fruit, milk and recycling!

Year 6 are also brilliant buddies to our brand new reception children – we help them get the best start to their education and help them every step of the way.

Class 5 Blog

Enjoy your HALF TERM!

Hi Class 5 children,

We are not setting any work for you to this week because……

…..believe it or not, IT’S HALF TERM!!

Make sure you have a really fun week!

Take care,

Miss Randall

Here are the answers for last week’s Demon maths, for those that need it 🙂

MEGA DEMON 18TH MAY 2020 answers

**Important information about returning to school**

Dear Parents and carers,

Please see the latest newsletter on the link below about the reopening of school from 1st June 2020. This information is really important and gives details about the plans that we are putting in place to ensure that your children are safe throughout every aspect of their transition back to school.

Letter to Parents – back to school

As always, stay safe and take care.

 

Class 5 – Home Learning 18th May

Hello Class 5, 

This week is your 9th week at home and it seems like such a long time ago that we were all busy working in school! Thankfully the sun is still shining and I hope that many of you are still having some fun adventures, whether it is building dens in your house, camping in the garden, or country walks or bike rides! 

I hope some of you managed last week’s DEMON maths tests – and I hope they were ‘demony’ enough for you!

Here are the answers to last week’s:

MEGA DEMON 11th May ANSWERS

KIND DEMON 11TH MAY ANSWERS

 

MATHS THIS WEEK:

Don’t forget to go on TT Rockstars!

Here is this week’s MEGA DEMON to get your teeth into:

MEGA DEMON 18TH MAY 2020

Our work this week is DIVISION – I wonder how many of you can remember how to do long division – either the formal written method or chunking?! If you fancy a challenge, then you can have a go at this (but they are quite tricky):

LONG DIVISION METHODS

Here are some Division Wheels Activity Sheet which are easier!

Here are some more maths puzzles you might enjoy: 

6 X 6 SUDOKU.  t2-m-4327-sudoku-6-x-6-activity-sheet-english_ver_1.

  EMOJI CODE BREAKING. – t2-m-17313-ks2-emoji-code-breaking-activity-sheets-english_ver_1

Royal Wedding seating plan. LOGIC PUZZLE

 

ENGLISH

I‘d like our focus this week to be POSTCARDS and LETTER WRITING.

Why not write a good old fashioned letter to a family member (grandparent or cousin/aunty/uncle) telling them how you are getting on? If you are stuck for someone to write to then maybe write to a friend – or you can even write to Mrs D!

Another really lovely idea might be to write a postcard or a letter to one of your elderly neighbours. They may be feeling lonely at the moment and I’m sure they would LOVE to receive a letter from you – it might just make their day!

Here are some other English Activities to keep you busy this week:

T2-E-1310-Year-5-6-Spelling-List-Crossword-Initial-Sound-Followed-by-Double-Consonant

T2-E-1311-Year-5-6-Spelling-List-Crossword-Double-Consonant

T2-E-1312-Year-5-6-Spelling-List-Crossword-Tricky-Ending

 

Hopefully, you still have some project work to be getting on with as well from previous weeks. Don’t forget that I’d love to see what you have been up to via Tapestry!

Have a great week everyone and enjoy your time with your families!

Miss Randall

ps – Who took the Class Cacti home? I really hope they are still alive..!!!

 

 

Important information regarding the re opening of school

Dear Parents and Carers,

Following the information released by the Government yesterday, the school are making plans to potentially re open for some age groups on the 1st June.

I don’t have any concrete information to offer you at the moment, but I wanted to reassure everyone that we will always put the safely of the school community first and will try wherever possible to work with families to make these changes manageable.

I will be in touch soon.

Mrs Cooke