We hope you’ve all received an email from your class teacher(s) this week. If you haven't done so already, please ask a parent to help you reply as we would love to hear from you.
Keep working hard on your daily maths and English learning tasks. Remember, the weekly timetable we provide is there to help you continue your learning in other subjects but you can choose which afternoon activities you wish to complete. Well done if you are managing to do all or some of the afternoon work but there is no pressure for you to get everything done - we understand this is a challenging time for everyone! Just keep working hard and doing your best!
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Look out for our new feature at the bottom of the page: scroll down to see our new weekly timetables folder. Here, we've set out a suggested plan of how to set out your 'school' week. Please remember this is only a suggestion and we appreciate that some of you may struggle to complete all tasks every week - just do your best .
This term we are starting our new History topic about the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings and we will be studying Life Cycles in Science. As before, please do keep in touch! We are all missing you lots and would love to hear about what you’ve been up to. We are here to answer any questions that you might have about the tasks too.
Year 5 Teachers
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Children who are not unwell will be expected to complete the following things on a daily basis:
Each week, children will also be expected to complete:
Please complete work in the A4 home learning work books, unless otherwise stated. These books will be brought back into school once we re-open to monitor the learning which has taken place.
You will all need to sign up to the following website: https://www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and use the code CVDTWINKLHELPS to get free access to the resources. We will sometimes use worksheets from this website so, in order that you can access them, please ensure you are signed up! Once signed up, you can then use any resources on this website if you would like further activities for your children. The following link might be helpful: https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/covid19-school-closures
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