Hi Year 5!
Well, here we are at the end of the year! It is a year I’m sure none of us will ever forget…we certainly didn’t expect the end of Year 5 to turn out quite like this but I’m sure you’ll agree that we packed in lots of fun, laughter and learning along the way! You have all brightened our days, made us so proud and made it a truly great year!
Here are some of my favourite memories of the year…
Miss J’s Favourite Year 5 Memories:
Here are links to the songs we have enjoyed this year. It was definitely a highlight of my year seeing your enthusiasm and the joy on everyone’s faces when you performed all of these songs!
Little Saint Nick: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wv3qg8OX5bU
Basged Siopa: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jSaVx70N2c
Phunky Pharaohs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ry2YOkqhGY
…and (my favourite!) Walk Like an Ancient Egyptian: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUyk4VNzUMc
I hope you all have a lovely summer!
Have a go at the Maths booklet which recaps some of the different skills we have looked at this year.
Another Ultimate Times Table Challenge.
Remember you need to answer any times table question quickly and in any order! This is definitely something to keep practising to prepare for Year 6.
Keep reading! Don’t forget to use My Book Blog. I will reply to some of your blogs, so keep checking back! When you log in, click on ‘My Blogs and Reviews’, then you can see my comments and you can reply back.
Reading Comprehension – Tour de France
Look at the image called ‘Magic Carpet’. Think about the answers to some of the questions below the picture and write a story based on the picture. Try to use as much description as you can and also include some of the different language techniques we have practised this year.
This week’s theme is Goals and Targets. We have now reached the end of the school year, so take some time to think ahead to goals and targets that you would like to set for yourself looking forward.
Personal Goals - Lots of you have practised new skills during your time at home (from making wooden bird houses, building fences, sewing, baking, learning languages to gardening and growing fruit and veg!) It has been amazing to hear all about these fantastic things you have done. What other skills would you like to try over the summer?
Learning Goals - As you are about to start your last year of Primary school, think about the things you would like to work on in Year 6, and things you would like to improve on.
Use the templates below to set yourself some goals and targets. Focus on things you would like to practise during the summer holidays, or in the next school year.