Welcome to Year 5
Welcome to the Year 5 section of the St Ignatius’ website. In this section of the website we aim to include details that may be useful to parents of Year 5 children, such as homework, help videos, spellings and details of Year 5 routines. We will also showcase a selection of the fantastic work that our talented children have produced.
We believe that the best outcomes for your child are achieved by taking a collaborative approach to their learning; therefore if you need to contact us then please do so before or after school. We look forward to working with you to ensure that your child’s learning journey is a positive one.
The Year 5 Team
If you need to contact the class teacher and you are unable to speak to them personally then please use the following email address:
Mrs Pugh – firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet the Year 5 Team:
Mrs Pugh – Teacher
Mrs Joseph – Teaching Assistant
Mrs Morris – Teaching Assistant
We have P.E. on Tuesday afternoons. Please ensure that your child has a white t-shirt, black shorts and suitable footwear (pumps or trainers) in school ready for these lessons.
Please visit the school blog to keep up to date on what we have been doing.
Thank you for all your support,
The Year 5 Curriculum Overview
Please click on the link to see what we cover during our learning journey in Year 5:
Purple Mash is a website that the children use to do work in many areas of the curriculum. Children can log onto the Purple Mash website at home as well as at school. Please see your child’s teacher if your child cannot remember their unique username and password.
Dear Year 5 children,
I know things are a little different at the moment, but all will be fine again soon. It is important that you try to complete some work every day. The packs you were given have enough work for two weeks.
Here are some educational websites you might enjoy looking at: Sumdog, Twinkl, Ducksters, BBC Bitesize, Woodlands Homework Helper, Scratch, Purple Mash, National Geographic, Brain Pop.
Read a book, practise your times tables, draw what you can see out of the window or draw a still life like we did in class, try to write a rhyming poem, keep a diary, do a project on Ancient Greece, which would have been our History topic next term.
Most importantly, stay safe and enjoy spending time with your families.
Mrs Pugh x
28/03/20 Have a look at the activities on the STEM website: http://www.stem.org.uk/home-learning. You will love some of the suggestions there and you can easily make them at home-it’s a little like having your own Science club!
As you will be aware School will be closed for the majority of children (due to the coronavirus). With this in mind, we have some resources that we will keep adding to the website during the closure.
Due to School being closed children may go online more frequently. Parents, please familiarise yourself and your children with some basic online safety rules which will help everyone enjoy their time online:
A pack of work has been sent home with your child if they were at school on Thursday 19th March. Although we appreciate that you will be busy, we would ask that your child completes the work given to them (a couple of pages each day when possible). There are some other ideas that can be done online below:
Joe Wicks, aka ‘The Bodycoach’, will stream a short PE lesson at 9am on Monday to Friday on his YouTube channel.
An online Maths lesson will be uploaded each week day.
Audible are making hundreds of children’s books free to listen to during the school shut down.
BBC Bitesize contains age appropriate videos and activities for children.
You can register for free to read online versions of the Oxford books.
White Rose Maths are doing five Maths lessons per week which include teaching videos.
If you want to do some writing then you can listen to this podcast and do the writing in your workbook.
Draw a picture from the Pobble 365 website and write some interesting sentences about it.
If you would like to develop your writing further try out the ‘sentence stacking’ lessons that are on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/thetrainingspace . A new lesson is added each day from Monday to Friday.
Discovery Education / Espresso are offering free access to their resources during the shutdown. To access the resources go to https://www.discoveryeducation.co.uk/what-we-offer/discovery-education-espresso click ‘login’ and enter the following details:
The National Literacy Trust ‘Family Zone’ website contains ideas that can be done at home. https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/