Year 5 2019 - 2020

Mr Frankland

Mr Frankland

I am passionate about teaching and learning. I firmly believe in ensuring that children have access to a broad curriculum that enables them to have rich learning experiences, making connections between subjects in a real-life context. I have taught across both Key Stages and enjoy them for entirely different reasons. When I’m not at school, I enjoy spending time with my family; my two little boys keep me very busy. We spend the majority of our time outdoors on adventures far and wide.

Mrs Yates
Mrs Yates

Mrs Yates

I am excited to be working with your children. It is important to me that every child feels included and supported (and has some fun along the way!).
I have three children and a large Labrador! There isn't a lot of spare time but when I can I enjoy reading, going for walks and I love to visit the Seaside!

Welome to Year 5

Please find below information on the work that I have set your child to complete until we reconvene at school.  Under each subject, I have listed the title of the page and what it entails. There is no set way to complete the work but a preferred model could be that your child completes a maths task, English task and a geography/history or science task per day; as well as Timestable Rockstars and daily reading.  There is an expectation that your child continues to fill in their diary on a daily basis. 

 

Maths (all of these sheets are back-to-back)  Please use the squared paper provided to work out the answers.  We have covered all of these topics in class so the children should be familiar with these.

The following pieces of work include three sets of challenges. The expectation is that you complete the first two (set A and B).  Set C is for those who want an extra challenge or feel confident enough to have a go.

Written subtraction (2 pages)

Written addition (2 pages)

Short multiplication (2 pages)

Long Multiplication (2 pages) – Please refer to the guide on completing long multiplication

Multiplication and division review

Short division

Converting fractions – although we have done this in class, please refer to the guide for guidance with this if you are finding this tricky

Adding and subtracting fractions

 

English (all of these sheets are back-to-back)

I have included two activities based on comprehension, grammar, punctuation and spelling and they are:

Tan 3: David Walliams (this consists of two back-to-back sheets).  The children can answer on the sheets

Tan 4: The Apple Man (this consists of two back-to-back sheets).  The children can answer on the sheets

These activities also include a challenge which I would like you to attempt.

I have also included the following and the expectation is that you attempt all three challenges (challenge three is tricky so you may need help with this one).

Structures and Meanings (back-to-back)

Relative Clauses (back-to-back)

Tense Choice (back-to-back)

Commas for Meaning (back-to-back)

Reading

I have given your child four reading books at their appropriate renaissance level.  Once they have completed a book, then can take a quiz on it following the link below:

https://ukhosted10.renlearn.co.uk/2248192/Public/RPM/Login/Login.aspx?srcID=s

Science (all of these sheets are back-to-back)

The Solar System – recapping our knowledge of the solar system from our first topic of the year.

 

Geography -  all of these sheets are back-to-back.  One side is information and the other is questions to be answered: You must read the information to help you to answer the questions.

Why Earth? – this is building on their work on the earth in year 4.  This will develop the children’s understanding on our planet and how it functions

Woodlands – this follows on from the ‘Why Earth?’ worksheet

What Time Is It? – this is the third lesson on our earth and should only be completed after you have completed the first two worksheets

 

History - all of these sheets are back-to-back.  One side is information and the other is questions to be answered: You must read the information to help you to answer the questions.

This work is based on our Viking topic and can be completed in any order. 

Viking Values

Norse Beliefs

Viking Voyages

Here are a few important organisational weekly reminders:

  • Please ensure your child is filling in their reading diary on a daily basis
  • Practise timestables on a dailly basis using Times Table Rockstars
  • PE kits need to be in school every week (please bring to school on Mondays and make sure it is at school everyday)
  • Homework will be given out on a Thursday to be completed and handed in the following Wednesday

Here is a link to the book that I recommend you purchasing to help your child with the Upper Key Stage Two grammar, punctuation and spelling expectations.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Primary-Grammar-Punctuation-Spelling-Dictionary/dp/0192734210

 

 

Don't forget to visit our Think Like an Engineer website regularly, to see what we're all busy doing: 

https://thinklikeanengineerproject.com

 

 

 

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Contact the School

Rode Heath Primary

Heath Avenue,
Cheshire,
ST7 3RY
 

Main Contact Person :
Mr Carl Leech
SENCO Contact Person :
Miss Hayley Scott

Tel: 01270 314414
Email: School E-mail Address
SENCO E-mail Address