Langley Mill Academy

Langley Mill Academy

Langley Mill Academy

 Above you will see just a small selection of some of the excellent work Year 5 have been producing at home. What superstars!

 

Welcome to Year 5

Our delightful Year 5 cohort is divided into three classes: Edinburgh, Dublin and Sheffield. 

The Year 5 teachers are: Mrs. Waite, Miss Armstrong, Mrs. Roberts and Mr. Wood.

The Year 5 support staff are: Miss Clark, Mr. Hill, Mrs. Ault and Ms. Duggan.

 

Working Remotely in Year 5.

Work for all pupils is set on ClassDojo via your class page.  This will be set by the year group teachers each day and will include English, maths and topic as well as times tables and spelling.  There will also be a class story and other activities.  We expect pupils to work for about four hours a day and the work set will reflect this. 

Pupils can complete the work in any order during the day but to support your child you may wish to keep to a similar timetable as we do in school:

Mathematics using White Rose Maths

(Approx. 45 Mins)

Times Tables

(Approx. 15 mins)

Physical Activity

(Approx. 30 mins)

English from Oak National Academy

(Approx. 45 Mins)

Reading (Approx 45 mins)

 Spelling/ phonics

(Approx. 15 mins)

Free Time

Topic work, including practical activities

(Approx. 40 Mins)

Reading and class story.

(Approx. 15 mins)

 Home Learning Project

Click here for the full details of your Hidden Figures home learning project: Hidden Figures Project

This project is open-ended, can be completed at any time during lockdown, and it can be adapted to suit your brillaint ideas! We can't wait to see what you produce!

 

What's life like in Year 5?

               

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What are we learning?

This term, our topic is Journeys - To Boldly Go and is linked to Space and the planet we live on. 

Here's an overview of our Curriculum this term:

 

Here is a list of the Year 5 and 6 spelling words:

RSHE:

With a renewed and passionate understanding of the importance of teaching children about relationships, health (including mental health), and social skills, we teach RSHE twice a week, and it also interlaces within most of our other subjects, class novels and class assemblies. We want all of our children to be happy, confident, well-rounded individuals.

Here are some links you may find useful for home learning:

 

Top Marks Maths

White Rose Maths

Oxford Owl Reading

BBC Bitesize

BBC Newsround

Times tables

 Year 5 Reading List