It is the last week of term!
Here is the final week of activities for you to have a go at.
Week beginning Monday 13th July 2020
Have a fantastic Summer!
Take care and keep safe. Mrs Eckles and Mrs Cave
***Exciting news about reading!***
We have gained a subscription for an online reading set of thousands of books which you will have access to over the summer.
Week beginning Monday 6th July 2020
Week beginning Monday 29th June.
Hello Year 5,
We hope you and your family are safe and well.
Please keep showing us what you’ve been up to at the following email address: email@example.com
We hope to see you all soon 🙂
Take care, Mrs Eckles and Mrs CaveTalent Show
Here is some new learning for you to have a go at this week. Enjoy yourselves and stay safe.
Week beginning 22nd June 2020
Mr Beaumont’s PSHCE Ed lessons for the next two weeks are all about relationships. You can find the links in the PSHCE Ed pages in Home Learning on our own class page. Previous activities can still be found underneath.
Week beginning 15th June 2020
If you are interested in looking at Heckmondwike Grammar School as your next move, then there is a virtual open evening. See the website on the picture below for details.
Here is some new learning for you to have a go at this week. Enjoy yourselves and stay safe.
Week beginning 8th June 2020
Mr Beaumont’s PSHCE Ed lessons for the next two weeks are all about mental health. Jeremy experiences a range of emotions, especially when it comes to cake. You can find the links in the PSHCE Ed pages in Home Learning on our own class page. Previous activities can still be found underneath.
Week beginning 1st June 2020
some science fun!summer-term-1-week-5-science-club
Here is a special message from Mr Simons about the Thornhill radio show.
Be a radio journalist!
He would like children to write into the firstname.lastname@example.org email with songs, shout-outs, quiz questions and jokes. The password for the page is Thornhill.
Optional challenges for the May half term week W/B 25/05/20
If you choose to do any of these exciting projects, please take a photo or quick video of them and send to email@example.com so we can share your fantastic learning.
Mr Beaumont’s PSHCE Ed lesson this week is all about your making decisions and Jeremy’s trying to work out what to eat first in his latest video. You can find the links in the PSHCE Ed pages in Home Learning on our own class page. Previous activities can still be found underneath.
***ANSWERS TO LAST WEEK’S MATHS CHALLENGES***
Hi Year 5!
We hope you and your family are well and keeping safe. We can’t wait to see you all again soon – we are missing you!
It would be lovely to keep in contact. If you would like to send us anything, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: 5C. Hope to hear from you soon! Stay safe.
Mrs Cave and Mrs Eckles X
Week 9 – week beginning 18th May
Monday 18th May Y5
Paper pond skater week 4
Writing competition! Please read this e- book first.Felix Dashwood and the Mutating Mansion
5C Home learning please click on the links below.
week 8. Week beginning 11th May
Mr Beaumont’s PSHCE Ed lesson this week is all about your teeth. You can find it in the PSHCE Ed pages in Home Learning – we have our own class page there. Previous activities can still be found underneath. Jeremy will give you a useful (er, maybe not) introduction to the topic if you head to his page in Home Learning first.
Have a go at this fun science experiment!Summer term 1 week 2 Science club
Mr Beaumont’s PSHCE Ed lesson this week is all about sleep (don’t start yawning!) You can find it on our class page in the PSHCE Ed pages in Home Learning. Previous activities can still be found underneath. Don’t forget to check out Jeremy’s page in Home Learning for tutorials and general silliness.
Week 7 week commencing Monday 4th May 2020
Since 1945 the end of World War Two in Europe has been marked by Victory in Europe Day, better known as VE Day. On 8th May 1945, Prime Minister Winston Churchill made an announcement on the radio at 3pm that the war in Europe had come to an end, following Germany’s surrender the day before. This year,the 8th May 2020 will mark 75 years since the first VE Day! Until the current Covid-19 crisis struck, there had been plans to stage celebratory events and street parties in many places. Sadly, this has all had to be cancelled but many have chosen to celebrate virtually! Holding video parties, decorating our homes or baking to celebrate whilst we are all in lockdown!
As 2020 marks the 75th Anniversary of VE Day with most of us inside our homes in lockdown, many are finding creative ways to celebrate online! With virtual street
parties, decorating homes, dressing up and baking! Will you be celebrating? If so, how?
VE Day was a very special day in our history, the end of the war with Germany bringing with it, huge joy and celebration but also a chance for reflection. This year marks the 75th Anniversary – a time for us to look back and think about an important time in our history.
Challenge 1 –Write a poem imagining you are an evacuee and VE Day has just been announced! Can you perform it in front of your family?
Challenge 2 –Create an image or model of a soldier to place in your window for VE Day.
Ideas and activities to celebrate VE Day at home
Have a go at this Science experiment:
Week 6 week commencing Monday 27th April
Download Dance E-jay and create your own music
Here are some links to some great learning websites to further enhance your learning experience!
8th of May is the 75th anniversary of VE Day and Mr Beaumont & Mr Simons are putting together a special video & want your help. Please send in pictures or short videos of you doing an activity or holding up a picture or even a wave to: email@example.com for Mr Simons.
The Oak National Academy
Some very clever teachers have got together and created some lessons for you to access.
There are Maths and English lessons every day and they are sequential so it is best to start at the beginning and work your way through.
English and Maths have their own sections but all other subjects are grouped in a section called Foundation – these are not linked to our learning in school but you might find them interesting. The link below will take you to the schedule but you can click on subject at the top right to allow to search for lessons in this way if you prefer.
Copy and paste the bbc bitesize link for some fantastic learning.
Check out this really useful site for a daily maths lesson.
I hope you’ve enjoyed the Easter holidays as much as you’ve been able to. I’m missing you all lots and we’ll hopefully see each other soon. You can keep in contact with me by sending an email or a photo to: firstname.lastname@example.org and putting Mrs Cave as the subject.
Mrs Cave x
Support your reading habit without paying a penny or taking a trip to the library with this website that has free books to read online. https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/
All you have to do is sign up as a teacher (FREE) and you can access all of the free books. It’s super easy to use and it separates them by age!
Week 5 Commencing 20th April 2020
BBC Bitesize daily lessons (find all this content and more at bbc.co.uk/daily lessons)
Week 3 Commencing 6th April 2020 and Week 4 Commencing 13th April 2020
Week 2 Commencing 30th March 2020
I would love to know what you’ve been up to. You can contact me via the school’s email address email@example.com and put FAO Mrs Cave as the subject.
Week Commencing 23rd March 2020
I hope you’re all ok.
I’ve been doing school work each day and enjoying spending lots of quality time with my family. Mr Cave is also working from home and spends most of his day conference calling his colleagues. Lucie (just like you!) is completing her daily tasks set by her teachers. Apart from working and learning, we’ve made pancakes, baked a chocolate cake and cheese scones, watched lots of movies, enjoyed daily walks around our village and FaceTimed our friends and family.
I’m missing you all lots and look forward to hearing from you.
Take care and stay safe,
Staff: Mrs Cave and Miss Bhaiji
Welcome to our class webpage!
Here you will find details of what is happening each term and interesting examples of the children’s work. We are a fabulous class of 24 lively and engaging children. Mrs Cave is our teacher and we are supported by Miss Bhaiji.
This year, we will be studying the Ancient Greeks, Vikings and Anglo-Saxons and Rivers. Our Science topics are Materials, Reversible and Irreversible Changes, Forces, Life Cycles and The Earth, Sun and Moon.
We have P.E. on Mondays and Thursdays . Please remember to bring the correct kit (white T shirt and dark or burgundy shorts). Please remember to bring suitable shoes for sports too!
We play our plastic trumbones (p-bones) on Wednesdays. We also sing with the rest of Year 5 and Year 6 each Friday afternoon.
Mr Beaumont teaches P.S.H.C.E. on a Friday afternoon in 5C.
Homework is given out on a Friday and needs to be returned to school by the following Wednesday.
How to help your child
Please ensure that your child brings their reading diary into school every day and reads at least three times a week at home. It is also important that children complete their homework and spellings on time and support should be given to children as necessary. By the end of Y5, it is very important that children will know all of their times tables so regular practice of these would also be beneficial. Reading non-fiction books to research the topics we will be covering would also be really useful.
We have an open door policy so if you ever need to speak to one of the teachers, please call in before or after school, telephone or go to the office to make an appointment.
We look forward to working with your children this and sharing our learning with you!