Homework

Spelling and Handwriting

Next week, pupils will be writing sentences using words from the following list. Continue to practise these words.

Pupils should continue to practise their year 5/6 spellings from their Home School Liaison Books. At the end of this half term, we will be testing pupils on the first column of these spellings.

We have been revising how to form the following cursive letters; c, a, d, g, q. Continue to practise these letters on their own and joining with other letters.

Maths

Watch this short lesson on Rounding to 10 100 and 1000

Complete the worksheet. Once you have completed the worksheet you can find the answers here.

Arithmetic

Next week we will continue to build on our arithmetic skills, including 1 more and 1 less. Please continue to practise these at home.

Reading

We expect that each pupil reads 5 times a week (minimum) and writes a comment in their Home School Liaison Book, evidencing that they have read. This could be their favourite quote from the reading or a thought they have had about what they have read (this should not just be the page numbers they have read).

Home Learning

If your child needs to self -isolate due to Covid19, please click here for their home learning pack.

Maths

Week 1

Day 1 worksheet 1 numbers to 100 000

Day 2 worksheet 2 compare and order numbers to 100 000

Day 3 worksheet 3 rounding numbers within 100 000

Day 4 worksheet 4 numbers to a million

Day 5 worksheet 5 counting in 10s, 100s, 1000s, 10 000s, 100 000s

Week 2

Day 1 worksheet 1 compare and order numbers to 1 000 000

Day 2 worksheet 2 round numbers to 1 000 000

Day 3 worksheet 3 negative numbers

Day 4 worksheet 4 Roman numerals

Day 5 worksheet 5 worksheet 6 worksheet 7

Homework

Spelling

Next week we will be having a spelling test on the following words. Please make sure you are practising at home.

Pupils have now received their Home School Liaison Books, within which they will find their year 5/6 spellings. At the end of this half term, we will be testing pupils on the first column of these spellings.

Arithmetic

Next week we will record our final score for our arithmetic test on number bonds to 100. Please continue to practise these at home.

Reading

We are big readers in year 5. We all love to read and believe it is of vital importance that pupils read to aid their educational development, as well as for enjoyment!

We are expecting that each pupil reads 5 times a week (minimum) and writes a comment in their Home School Liaison Book, evidencing that they have read. This could be their favourite quote from the reading or a thought they have had about what they have read (this should not just be the page numbers they have read). In our Reading lessons we have been learning how to summarise, therefore their comment could be a summary of their reading.

WELCOME BACK!

It has been great to see you back after a long break!

We are looking forward to a year filled with high expectations, hard work and great successes.

Welcome to Yr 5!

We hope you enjoy Yr 5