- Percentages Ppt - day 3.pptx
- Percentages - day 3.pdf
- Counting on and back through zero Ppt - day 4.pptx
- Counting on and back through zero - day 4.pdf
- Comparing and ordering negative numbers - day 5.pdf
- Word Class with audio Ppt.pptx
- Opening (story) - day 1.pdf
- The Promise (story) - day 2.pdf
- Black Redstart (story) - day 3.pdf
- Sea Myths (report) - day 4.pdf
- Long. lone (poem) - day 5.pdf
- Maths investigation.pdf
- Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Activities.pdf
- The Beast Within Comprehension.pdf
Year 5 - Working at Home
Wednesday 1st July - you have all been set a task on SPAG.com, I have emailed all parents / carers with your login details to ensure that you can access the site from home. Please log in and complete the work. It is a revision of the vocabulary that you need to be aware of.
It is ...Terminology – Y5 (A).... once you have all completed it, I will send out work to support with any gaps it has highlighted.
I look forward to seeing what know and remember.
Monday 8th June - please find some mindfulness activities to try at home near the top of the page.
There is also a pdf with Maths and English activities (at the top of the page) have a go at answering them, if you don't have a protractor then leave that part. If you email either myself or Mrs Young, then we can provide you with the answers.
Thursday 21st May - please find 5 lessons (near the top of this page) with work and answers above for maths that covers percentages, counting on and back through zero and comparing and ordering negative numbers. There are some with Ppt to help you understand the concepts as we haven't covered percentages in class before school closed.
There are also 5 lessons (at the top of this page) with different types of reading texts with work that cover word classes. There is a Ppt to help remind you of word classes.
Any problems - email and either myself of Mrs Dowdeswell will help.
Wednesday 13th May - Please find new activities above, see if you can read the story and answer the questions, find solutions to the maths investigations and fix the grammar, punctuation and spelling errors yourself BEFORE looking at the answers.
Tuesday 5th May - Here is a free link for you to register on a Maths Factor website run by Carol Vorderman:
Thursday 30th April - Here is our school login for you to access work linked to WW2:
VE Day Comprehension Pack
trial login below to parents for home use:
When you click on this link, you then need to click on KS2 to the right hand side of the box that says Home Web.
A box then appears for you to type in the user name and password.
User Name: sch338
A page opens with the title KS2 Home Web 2020 - scroll down the page until you find the History box with the title World War II with VE Day underneath the picture.
Wednesday 29th April - there are some great resources and a variety of 'lessons' available on both https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons/1 and https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-5#subjects all you need is a pen/pencil and paper, no need for a printer!
Thursday 23rd April - I have entered you all into the Wirral Schools Maths Sumdog Competition. It starts tomorrow morning, Fri 24th April and finishes the following Thurs evening. Please log in and complete as many questions as you can each day. Only correct answers count so take your time and be accurate.
We CAN do it!! We are not only competing against other schools, we will be competing against other classes in our school!
I’m confident, that we can win!
Tuesday 21st April - Wirral School Games are launching a new challenge tomorrow at 10am - Wed 22nd April - see the jpeg above (competition 2.) See the post below for details of how to post. Please ensure you speak to an adult before posting/commenting on any posts.
Friday 17th April - Wirral School Games have created a Twitter page https://twitter.com/WirralSG where you can find various fitness challenges. See the PowerPoint above (competition 1.) Please ensure you speak to an adult before posting/commenting on any posts.
Thursday 16th April - Each day a member of the EdSential team will post a physical challenge for staff, pupils and parents to attempt. You can follow these challenges at https://twitter.com/EdsentialUKH_WB please ensure you speak to an adult before posting/commenting on any posts.
EdSential have also created free resources including ideas for craft and keeping active at home, this can be accessed at https://edsential.com/edsential-at-home/
Tuesday 14th April - I have created Maths challenges on Sumdog and there is a Wirral schools' competition coming up in a couple of weeks which all can access as I've entered yr5 into it.
The link to access the login page on the site it:
I have emailed Sumdog logins to all parents / carers, if we have an updated email address, if not I have posted it out to you.
Thursday 9th April - the school has signed up to an exciting FREE app/online game! It includes various games including grammar, phonics and maths. The levels get harder as pupils progress and it comes with a friend - Emile - to look after and customise with coins gained during the games. Above is a PDF letter explaining how to access the game. We look forward to seeing who uses it.
Wednesday 8th April - I've created a Science quiz linked to Properties and Materials. You can access it by going to https://socrative.com/plans/#login and use the room code DOWD1543
Monday 6th April - Use the link below for the eBug page of fun games and teaching resources about microbes and antibiotics. The e-Bug project is led by Public Health England
Thursday 2nd April - see useful websites below from Literacy Counts weekly bulletin for parents, carers and teachers. Click onto the Curriculum page and then choose the useful websites page for more ideas:
Useful Reading Websites:
More advice and activities for parents:
Create wordsearches and puzzles by adding your spelling lists:
Spellings lists and conventions for each year group:
Interactive website to practice spelling and grammar:
Tuesday 31st March - I have created a quiz about our Extreme Earth topic. Use the link below to access this, the information needed to login in is below the link
Friday 27th March - click on the link above to listen to our new class book 'The Secret Garden'
Thursday 26th March - as well as TT Rockstars, Numbots, code.org, your work packs and homework grids, all of the following websites have free access at the moment and have lots of resources to support your learning:
Monday 23rd March - I have now added a reading comprehension with sets of questions (with answers so you can see how you've done). See below
Yr5 Work Packs - 18th March 2020
In the event of school closing or the need for self-isolation, I have uploaded a copy of the Maths Revision and GPaS Revision Work Packs to be done at home. Every child should also be reading on a daily basis and going onto TT Rockstars at home at:
Children can also use their TT Rockstars login to sign into NumBots. The website is:
Yr5 have a grid of homework activities for this half-term that they will be able to continue to work on too. If they don't have it with them at home, the document is here on the class page.
I will add more work and updates on this page, if absence from school is extended for any reason, so keep checking in.
The children will be coming home with paper versions of this work tonight. For any children who are off, if someone is able to come into school, there are paper versions waiting for you in the school office.
I hope you all stay safe and well and look forward to seeing you on your return.
Mrs Young, Mrs Ormond and Mrs Dowdeswell
- Comprehension text -Raider's Peril.pdf
- Sets of questions and pages with answers - Raider's Peril.pdf
- PE kits will be needed every Thursday afternoon.
- Did you know we are now going to be studying French?
On Tuesday 3rd December staff from crime investigation backgrounds including CSIs, detectives, and forensic scientists visited Year 5 at Well Lane.
Following an introduction to forensics Yr5 we kitted out in crime scene suits and takn to a mock crime scene.
At the scene the children were invited to identify evidence. The CSIs gather the evidence and discuss how it may be helpful in the investigation before taking it back to the classroom where we conducted our analysis. This included the following:
- Fingerprints - developing and lifting using different methods for different surfaces, (porous and non-porous), rolling and identification. We were able to lift and roll our own fingerprints.
- Footwear marks - casting and lifting electronically. We each cast a tyre track which we were able to keep.
- Hair and Fibres – we looked at the morphology of hair using a digital microscope
Over the course of the afternoon we conducted the analysis and we able to eliminate suspects until we are finally left with one person who was the culprit (it was NOT Mrs Young!).
At the end of a very tiring but rewarding workshop we were able to keep our crime suits, fingerprint lifts and forms and tyre tracks to take home.
- Week ending 4th October = 1st - 96.4% - Y5
Week ending 8th November = Joint 1st - 96.4% - Y5
- What was in the box?
- Where did it come from?
- Why was there an empty bottle of water and an a half eaten packet of biscuits found inside it?
- Who is William H Johnson?
- Who or what is Henry?
- Where is Henry now?
- When did WW2 begin?
- What cause the outbreak of WW2?
Listen to the audio footage of the then British prime minister, Neville Chamberlain, announcing to Britain that they were at war with Germany on 3rd September, 1939.
How do you think you would have felt to hear the announcement?
Here a few clips of children re-enacting the moment families heard the news that war had been declared by Neville Chamberlain.