Welcome to Year 5!
Welcome to Year 5's webpage, here you can find all out exciting class news, pictures of things you've done and more.
See what we are Learning in Year 5
Home Learning Area
This area has been created to support your child's learning from home. Below you will find home learning lessons, activities and useful educational links, to bring the classroom into your home!
Parents will be able to contact Mr Rapson via email.
Please make sure you include your child's name in the email, so that we can reply as quickly as possible.
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are having issues accessing any online documents, please email - email@example.com
Mr Burge will try to get any issues sorted for you.
Hello Year 5,
For those of you that haven't had the opportunity to read Mr Field's school update letter (29/05/20) I would just like to provide you with some information on how this will impact on my time and responding to your emails. From Monday, I will be teaching some of the Year 6 children daily from Monday to Friday alongside Mrs Cooper. However, I will still be setting your home learning and providing a daily morning message. In regards to emails, I will not always be able to respond to emails between 2 and 3pm as previously. However, I will endeavour to reply to any messages as soon as possible.
I hope you all had a great half term and are looking forward to the next few weeks of home learning.
Morning message from Mr Rapson
Friday 10th July
Good Morning Year 5,
It is the end of the penultimate week of home learning. I hope you have managed to complete some of the learning set.
If you have any library or reading scheme books at home, could these be returned to school by Friday 17th July. You will find a box in front of Mrs Thomson's office to place these in.
Have a good day and enjoy the sunshine this weekend.
Week Beginning 06/07/20
Hello and welcome to the penultimate week of home learning. After speaking to some of you over the last few days, I am aware that some of you are still completing some of the tasks I set around Japan. I will keep the Japan challenges on the website for the next two weeks to allow you to catch up. For those of you who have completed the Japan challenges, I have uploaded a ‘Design a Theme Park Challenge’ that will last for the next couple of weeks. You will still have your Maths and reading comprehension to complete alongside this. If you would like a copy of theme park challenge in a word document which you can edit, please email me and I will send this through. Have a good week.
Maths this week focuses on shape, reflection and translation. Remember to use the White Rose Website for the tutorial videos for support, alternatively you can drop me an email.
Mrs Webb's Home Learning Challenges
How many of the Challenges have you completed?
100 Book Challenge
At Nansloe we love reading!
We are challenging all children at Nansloe, to see if they can read 100 books before leaving Nansloe.
This challenge is for children to read the books themselves, not have them read to them. After finishing reading the book, children will need to tick the book off and write the date they completed it. Please also record your read in your reading record.
Good Luck, Happy Reading!