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C of E Primary School

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Year 5

Welcome to Year Five's class page.

Below you will see a suggested timetable and links to support you with this work.

Each link on the grid is in red font.

Simply click on the red font and it will take you straight to the web page or resource that you need. If you need any help, please feel free to email Mrs Short and myself: year5@beechcroft.dsat.org.uk

Mrs Rowley

Y5 WC 1.6.20

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

9-9.30am

PE with Joe

Mrs Doyle’s PE Challenge

Go Noodle

  1. Milkshake
  2. Zap It
  3. I Get Loose

Cosmic Yoga

PE with Joe

9.30-10am

Reading: Remember to complete a review for every book finished. You will find them in the reading section alongside other ideas for keeping reading fresh and fun.

10 - 10.30am

Spelling: Practise the same 10 words daily from the Y3/4 or Y5/6 word lists (depending on where you are currently working) all week using different ways (for suggestions see spelling section). Start a new 10 words each week.

10.30-11am

BREAK

11-12

 

Maths

Fluent in Five

Rapid Reasoning

Multiply unit and non unit fractions

 

Worksheet

Multiply mixed numbers

 

 

Worksheet

Fractions of an amount

 

 

 

Worksheet

Fractions as operators

 

 

 

Worksheet

Maths Challenge

 

 

 

 

When completing the worksheets, select either D for developing, E for expected or GD for greater depth, depending on where you are working.

Remember to keep practising your times tables regularly - for fun ways to practise see the maths section.

12 - 1pm

LUNCH

1-2pm

 

English

Instructions 1

Instructions 2

Instructions 3

Instructions 4

Instructions 5

There are additional ideas at the bottom of this page in the handwriting section, if you want to extend your learning further.

2 - 3pm

Wider Curriculum

Spanish Lesson 1

Spanish Lesson 2

Spanish Lesson 3

Spanish Lesson 4

Spanish Lesson 5

You will find additional ideas in our wider curriculum section.

 

 

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