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Year 5


Wow! I can't believe we have got so close to the end of term. I don't think any of us expected to still be mostly home schooling by this point but everyone has been working so hard, I am extremely proud of you all!
Lots of you may have noticed that you don't have much maths work on mymaths now, we have reached the end of the year 5 work available so I would suggest that if you finish everything, go back and see which areas you found challenging and have another practice of those. I will also put some more optional activities below for people to have a go at. 
Scholastic doesn't seem to be terribly popular so I haven't set any new books but if you are enjoying using it then do please feel free to keep selecting books to read yourselves. 
Now for the exciting bit, Mr Hughes will be posting a video for you next week to allow you learn a little bit about him before September. I know it has been a slightly unusual end to Year 5 but I hope everyone is excited about Year 6 and I know you will all have an absolutely wonderful time! 
Remember, apart from 'Mymaths' and reading, all other activities are optional!

Have a look at French games.net for fun activities to practise your French!

Viking Invasions

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Below is a useful website with some information about the reading skills covered in Year 5, followed by some optional activities you may want to have a go at. 


 Reading skills.pdfDownload
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Optional Maths Activities

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Optional Grammar practice

 Year 5 Summer Term 1 SPaG Activity Mat 1.pdfDownload
 Year 5 Summer Term 1 SPaG Activity Mat 2.pdfDownload
 Year 5 Summer Term 1 SPaG Activity Mat 3.pdfDownload
 Year 5 Summer Term 1 SPaG Activity Mat 4.pdfDownload
 Year 5 Summer Term 1 SPaG Activity Mat 5.pdfDownload
 Year 5 Summer Term 1 SPaG Activity Mat 6.pdfDownload
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My School Closure Journey


I have stolen this fabulous idea from a number of parents who have already started it and I think it would be really interesting to see what everyone has been up to.

As this is rather an unknown for everyone, lots of people have decided to keep some kind of record of how their lives during the school shut down look. This might be in the form of keeping a daily diary, a scrap book, a photo or picture each day or a comic strip. Any way of recording these unusual times to keep both as memories for the future and also to give people the chance to compare what we got up to when we can all comeback together.  

If you would like a project to do, maybe some writing too, this would be a wonderful thing to have a go at. I will certainly be joining in and scrap booking my time in school while most of you are exploring learning at home! 


I am loving making my scrap book, below are a few pictures of what it's looking like:

Home Learning Topic Project- A Viking Voyage

 A Viking Voyage.docxDownload
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