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Year 5S Weekly Feedback - Home Learning

In order to help us support you and your child over the coming weeks, please complete this form at the end of each week. This will allow staff to monitor children's progress and reflect on the activities planned. Staff will monitor parental responses and may contact individual families by phone / email if appropriate.

Year 5W Weekly Feedback - Home Learning

In order to help us support you and your child over the coming weeks, please complete this form at the end of each week. This will allow staff to monitor children's progress and reflect on the activities planned. Staff will monitor parental responses and may contact individual families by phone / email if appropriate.

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Miss McNicoll and Miss Ward

Welcome!

We hope you all had a lovely February half term and are excited to learn about all our new topics this spring. Lledr Hall is fast approaching so please ensure you have returned your consent forms to either your class teacher, or the office.

Staffing & General Information:

Class Teacher: Miss McNicoll / Miss Ward

Teaching Assistants: Mrs. Smith / Mrs. Hanson 

Additional Adults: Mrs. Davidson / Coach Kim / Coach Vicky / Coach Miriam

Spanish: Mrs. McClaren

Upper Key Stage Two Leader:  Mrs Dermody

Key Dates & Reminders:

 P.E: Thursday.

Swimming: Friday.

Homework: Due in on Monday, given out on Wednesday.

Spellings: Due in on Tuesday, given out on the same day.

Reading Book changes: Friday.

 

Tuesday 29th September: Zoom Parent Curriculum Meeting 6:30pm.

Friday 23rd October: School closes for half term.

 

 

Our Class Twitter Page!


Class 5W and 5M @Broadoak_Year5

23 Oct @Broadoak_Year2 Good luck Ronnie! ❤️

22 Oct 🔹 Important information about Parents Evening 🔹 https://t.co/enOTmrQMhp

22 Oct RT @Broadoak_PS: Congratulations to all of the stars of the week! We are so proud of you all ⭐️ https://t.co/xTnW6vqTUM

22 Oct A huge well done to Iona who is 5W’s final Dojo Dip winner for the half term. You are such a hard worker and a love… https://t.co/aw9GRGLydJ

22 Oct A big well done to 5M’s final Dojo Dip winner of the half term Lewis! You have had a brilliant week and represented… https://t.co/oQYN9sKLKt

Important Documents

Year 5 Medium Term Plan:

Important Documents

Lledr Hall Presentation 

 

Important Documents

Year 5 Parent Curriculum Meeting:

Rewards

Class Dojo: Children can earn 'dojo points' for any number of positive reasons; such as following the Golden Rules, participating, being on task or working hard.

Star of the Day: Each day a child will be chosen for 'Star of the Day', for working hard that day. Star of the Day is worth 5 extra Dojo points!

Class Rewards: As a class children can earn rewards for good behaviour. The aim is to cross off 100 rewards on the hundred square. Once this is completed, the children can choose what activity they would like to enjoy as a class for one afternoon.

Fun Friday: On the last Friday of every half term, children will take part in a curriculum enhancement day. Activities such as craft, sport etc will be planned for the children to participate in.

Homework: Homework is handed out every Wednesday and will have an  English and a Mathematics focus each week. Please ensure homework is handed in on the following Monday to ensure work can be marked and returned promptly.

Children may also complete the optional 'Pick 'n' Mix' homework tasks.  

Spellings: Each week a spelling focus will be shared via the homework book.  These may include spelling patterns, spellings rules or words selected from the Y5/Y6 key word lists.  Please look out for any words containing the weekly focus when reading with your child.

Please visit spelling shed to practise weekly spellings, on the link below:

https://play.spellingshed.com/#/  

Reading: Despite being fluent readers, children in Year 5 still need to read on a daily basis, this helps build reading stamina and will support children in reaching the year group expectations. It is also essential that parents listen and question the children to ensure that  they are reading with understanding.  Below are examples of questions that maybe useful.

Pick and Mix Homework

  • Regular practise of times tables on TTRS.
  • Help your child tell the time (both analogue and digital).
  • Regular spelling shed practise.

Key Texts

Our Autumn 1 Term Key Texts are:

Variety of poetry by Naomi Shihab Nye.

Ultimate Survival Guide by Tom Connell.

 

 

Home Learning Resources

 

 

Home Learning Pack

Practical Ideas Pack

 

 

Reading Questions

What does ......... mean?

What does 'smartly' mean?

Which word told you that ……?

Which word told you that this is not the first comic strip about Souperkid?

Which paragraph tells you ….?

Which paragraph tells you they were out of the bear’s reach?

Why did ……………?

Why did Lyddie have her back to the family?

Why is ….. important?

Why is the ladder important in the story?

What does ….. tell you about …..?

What does “a great armour-plated centipede” tell you about the wall?

How has the choice of words created a feeling of …..?

How has the choice of words created a feeling of panic?

Does the author like ….? How do you know?

Does the author like spiders? How do you know?

Give two pieces of evidence that…?

Give two pieces of evidence that this is a modern story?

How did you know….?

The story began “Once upon a time”. How did you know there was likely to be a happy ending?