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Year 5 Literacy Homework Spring Term 1

Homework is set each week and I will add more if needed. Mr H

Week SPAG IXL       Reading Spelling
Jan 8th See booklet above - Year 5 SPAG Homework p1-2

Verbs

D1-4

Read to an adult

3 initials = 1raffle token

Learn 10 spellings from

list below. Spelling rules changes each week and is included on sheet children have.

Jan 15th

See booklet

p3

 

D5-7

Read to an adult

3 initials = 1raffle token

Learn 10 spellings from

list below.

Jan 22nd

See booklet

p4

D8-10

Read to an adult

3 initials = 1raffle token

Learn 10 spellings from

list below.

Jan 29th

See booklet

p5

D11-13

Read to an adult

3 initials = 1raffle token

Learn 10 spellings from

list below.

Feb 5th

See booklet

p6

D14-16

Read to an adult

3 initials = 1raffle token

Learn 10 spellings from

list below.

Half Term Holiday

See booklet

p7

D17-22

Read to an adult

3 initials = 1raffle token

Learn 10 spellings from

list below.

Feb 19th

10 Minute Workout Booklet

Spring Tests 3&4

D23-26

Read to an adult

3 initials = 1raffle token

Learn 10 spellings from

list below.

Feb 26th

10 Minute Workout Booklet

Spring Tests 3&4

     
March 5th

10 Minute Workout Booklet

Spring Tests 7&8

 

     
March 12th

10 Minute Workout Booklet

Spring Tests 11&12

     
March 19th

10 Minute Workout Booklet

Summer Test 1

     
March 26th

10 Minute Workout Booklet

Summer  Test 2

     

 

Rules for adding suffixes and prefixes

Rules for adding suffixes and prefixes  1

Rules for plurals

Rules for plurals  1

This guide will help you with your grammar.

Reading Gives You Wings!

Reading Gives You Wings! 1
Reading Gives You Wings! 2

Sentence Writing Challenge -

If you scroll down you will find a list of the 100 most beautiful words in the English language. The challenge is this - can you write a sentence using one of the words or can your parents or older siblings do it?

Can you write sentences using any of these 100 words?

330 points • 76 comments - Things classy people say. - IWSMT has amazing images, videos and anectodes to waste your time on

BOOK READING LIST

Year 5 Spellings Autumn 2

Percentages Guide

Decimals Guide

Fractions Guide

Area and perimeter guide

Maths Homework

Maths homework will often be set on IXL Maths and will complement work done in class that week. Additionally, children will be asked to practise their times tables and core number facts. Using TimesTable RockStars, Studyzone.Tv  and Xtramath will help with this. There are links to these websites below. If children do not have access to a computer/ the internet, just let us know and we can make arrangements for them to complete the work in school. 

PE

Currently, PE is on a Tuesday and Friday afternoons. This may change occasionally due to weather conditions and hall availability so please ensure you have appropriate kit in school every day.

READING

Reading regularly will help develop your vocabulary, improve your spelling and inspire your own written work. We read daily in school; as a class,through guided reading sessions and independently. Ideally, you should be reading daily at home but we recommend at least four times a week. As well as always having a school reading book on the go, it is good to read other materials too. 

 

Every month, you will be given a 'Home Reading Bookmark' to record all the reading you do at home. This needs to be signed by an adult on each occasion and then given to  Mrs Hatchard to check at the end of the week.

 Happy reading!

 

 

Code of Conduct

As a class, you considered what your rights and responsibilities are as a member of Swanage Primary School. You decided that you have the right to be safe, to be happy and to learn. However, you said that it is also the responsibility of everyone in the class to be kind and caring, try their hardest, never give up and treat others as they like to be treated themself. This Code of Conduct should be followed at all times to ensure that all the children in our class feel happy in school, are safe and are able to learn to the best of their ability.

Managing and Monitoring Behaviour

The same high standards of behaviour are in expected in Year 5 as in the rest of the school. However, as some of the oldest pupils in the school, you are a role model to the younger children and should be setting a good example at all times. In Upper Key Stage 2, we use the Class Dojo app to monitor and manage behaviour. Please see below for a copy of the letter that went out to parents this term, explaining how this system works.

Useful websites

 

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