St. Margaret’s C of E Junior School
Year 5 have created a weekly home learning grid for you and also uploaded the latest knowledge organiser so you know how best to help your child at home. The home learning document is also attached below as a PDF and is printable. Click on the links on this version to open the online suggested learning pages.
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Exciting Athletics Competition
Superstar athletes introduce you to four sporting challenges for the local school's
Olymp-mix Competition. Represent St Margaret's and Central Warwickshire by submitting your scores by Friday 10th July. Details below. Go St Margaret's! Go Central Warwickshire!
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Optional Online Lessons
Please do the tasks on the home learning grid first. If you would like to do more, you can choose activities from one of these websites:
We're All in This Together!
Messages from Mrs Anstee and Mrs Owers to the Children and Families...
Prayers you might find helpful
Spreading Happiness and Kindness During This Time
We spend many opportunities at school, through collective worship and personal reflections, looking at how we can support others in line with our school's vision and our Christian values. This resource has a few more ideas that you may choose to do during school closure to bring a little bit of happiness to others, whilst keeping everyone safe. We know so many of you are already doing little things to help already. Please feel free to use this as your family would like to. The suggested activities are for those who live in your household. Just a reminder that this is not set home learning and children do not have to do any/all of the suggested activities but we are sure that the children will enjoy spreading kindness and happiness through these and other ways, as they always do.
Story time with your Year 5 teachers...
Chapter 3 - Heroes or Exiles Part 1
Chapter 3 - Heroes or Exiles Part 2
Chapter 4 - How To Train Your Dragon
Chapter 11 - Thor is Angry Part 1
Chapter 11 - Thor is Angry Part 2
Chapter 12 - The Green Death
Chapter 18 - The Extraordinary Bravery of Toothless
Please do the Maths tasks on the home learning grid first. If you want to do more Maths, you can choose from one of these websites:
a range of maths activities and support for parents
a range of maths games for Key stage 2
Further Maths Resources
Further English Resources
Please do the English tasks on the home learning grid first. If you want to do more English, you can choose from one of these websites:
https://www.onceuponapicture.co.uk/ - You will find thousands of images with writing prompts. Images and questions can be used to stimulate discussion and develop vocabulary, as a prompt for creative writing or a reading comprehension activity.
http://www.pobble365.com/ - A range of wonderful images to inspire creative writing. There are 365 images to choose from, a new image for each day. You may choose to write your own story using the images or use the prompts below the image as a starting point. Below the image you will find story starters, sentence challenges, questions about the image and ‘sick’ sentences.
https://www.literacyshed.com/home.html - A variety of video resources to inspire creative writing.
The websites below can be used to play a range of grammar and vocabulary games and access reading activities:
Further Writing Resources
More great maths, grammar and reading resources
Research and create a project on the lifecycles of plants. Some useful sites:
Science, Technology and Maths ideas for home.
Further History Resources
You can access Scratch for coding on our Welearn365 site using your email address and normal school password or you can use the following links...
Maths Knowledge Organisers
World Book Day
Autumn Term Gallery....
Looking for plants and evidence of seed dispersal in the copse...
"We arrived at school and split into groups: 1, 2 and 3. We got on the coach and we we arrived, we put our coats and lunches away and followed the adults in charge into four different zones: Tropical, Subtropical, Arid and Mediterranean. We had clipboards with question sheets that could only be answered by looking at nearby plants and trees in each section. Once we had finished, we went outside to compare answers. After that, we headed down to play in the park as a treat for such good behaviour. We then sat in the park to have our lunch where we saw beautiful, elegant peacocks. Once we had eaten, we were taken back inside and up a tall, spiral staircase then into a room to look at and feel some animals such as corn snakes and chameleons."
By Serena and Olivia SM9