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If you're at home waiting for a test result, here's a day-by-day guide to the learning you will need.  Don't forget to upload what you've done to Tapestry so we can see how you're getting on.  We look forward to seeing you back at school as soon as it's possible.

Year 5's Remote Learning Page! 

 

Hello Year 5, 

Welcome to your Remote Home Learning page! We hope you are enjoying your Home Learning so far! We are all so impressed how you have stepped up to the challenge of completing such great learning at home again! Loads of you have even been inspired to take your learning even further, which is wonderful for us to see.  Every day we will upload new (and hopefully enjoyable!) learning tasks. 

 

Be sure to discuss with your families at home what routine is going to work best for you - everyone's is going to look different and work in different ways :-). It's also really important to try and get yourselves outside, enjoying some fresh air and physical activity. This is SO key for your physical and mental wellbeing.  

 

Remember to use your resilience to improve a new skill or develop what you already know; be resourceful when looking for objects or materials that may help in your learning; build on your reciprocity by sharing your understanding with someone else at home and lastly, be reflective on each day and how your learning went.

 

If you can Year 5, we'd love to see what you've been getting up to! Post to the school Twitter feed or upload your work onto Tapestry! 

Most importantly, however, stay safe, be as kind and as helpful as you can be at home and keep smiling! 

 

Miss Martin, Miss Chapman and Mrs Hudson. :-) 

Home Learning: Autumn 2020

Term 2 - learning while waiting for test results

Hello Year 5.  Are you getting bored isolating at home?  Fear not!  We have some learning challenges to consolidate and develop your skills.  We're looking forward to welcoming you back - once you're able to be in school - and seeing what you've been up to so don't forget to keep a record of your learning.

Home Learning: Week beginning Monday 14th December 2020

Home Learning: Week Beginning Monday 7th December 2020

If you are needing to isolate this week, here are the learning links you will need.  We're looking forward to having you back, once you are able to do so, and sharing your learning with us.

Home learning: Week Beginning Monday 23rd November 2020

If you're needing to isolate during the week beginning 23rd November, here is your learning.  We look forward to seeing you back at school as soon as your isolation period is up and seeing the learning you've been doing at home.

Home Learning Summer 2020

Year 5's Remote Learning Page! 

 

Hello Year 5, 

 

Welcome to your Remote Home Learning page! Every day we will upload new (and hopefully enjoyable!) learning tasks. Some will involve you referring to your Paper Pack that came home with you (or which has been delivered), whereas others may involve something different. 

 

Remember what we spoke about in our classes Year 5. Although we have provided a timetable which reflects that of our timetable in school to encourage familiarity, be sure to discuss with your families at home what routine is going to work best for you - everyone's is going to look different and work in different ways :-).  As well as this, if you want to 'bend' the suggested times we have given, please do! For example, if you want to read for half an hour, rather than just 15 minutes, then go right ahead! It's also really important to try and get yourselves outside, enjoying some fresh air and physical activity (when it is appropriate and safe to do so). Or, make sure you check out Joe Wick's daily workouts! This is SO key for your physical and mental wellbeing.  

 

Although these are unusual times, try to use it as an opportunity to try something new and be creative! Use your resilience to improve a new skill or develop what you already know; be resourceful when looking for objects or materials that may help in your learning; build on your reciprocity by sharing your understanding with someone else at home and lastly, be reflective on each day and how your learning went.

 

If you can Year 5, we'd love to see what you've been getting up to! Post to the school Twitter feed or maybe send a letter to school :-)

Most importantly, however, stay safe, be as kind and as helpful as you can be at home and keep smiling! 

 

Miss Martin and Mrs Hudson. :-) 

Term 6!

Key Enquiry Question:

What if you were pharaoh for the day? 

Term 5!

Key Enquiry Question:

What if trees disappeared?

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