Page Updated Friday 1st May
The fabulous resources provided by White Rose Maths up until now are, unfortunately, no longer available to us in the same format. The videos will still be available, but not the worksheets as White Rose - understandably, need to make money! However, BBC bitesize will link directly with White Rose starting next week, and we will also put sheets from Abacus onto your Abacus account so make sure you are logging in there to find your work.
Page Updated: 27th April 2020
This week's task sheet and resources can be found in folder above. Please remember, whilst we would like you to do these tasks and activities if you can - you may also want to look at the resources from BBC teach as well as Oak National Academy
https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/ - these will offer a different way of working should you prefer it.
If you finish all of the Y5 tasks we have set for you - then head over to the Whole School Home learning page where you will find more things to do!
Page updated 20th April
So - the beginning of the Summer term.. and the introduction of Weekly task sheets. Hopefully, this will give you a clear idea of what you hope you will get done each week - don't forget to email us pictures/copies of your work as well as photos of the other things you have been doing!
Miss Beynon/Mrs Oslar's Maths group - there is some more on My Maths for you to do around decimals.
Page Updated: Monday 30th March
There is now some additional Maths work for Miss Beynon/Mrs Oslar's maths group on Abacus. Your user name should be the first 4 letters of your first name and the first 4 letters of your surname. The password is abacus5. When you have done the sheet, email me firstname.lastname@example.org and I will email you the answers!! Do let me know if your username/password doesn't work.
Have you done all of the fraction work on My Maths yet?
Page updated 19th March
Below you will find a variety of Home Learning activities that you can do during the enforced School Closure. Some are written by your teachers, whilst others are worksheets to do. You will need to pick the best work for your learning style. Please be aware that we will be expecting all children to keep up with their learning, teachers will ask to see some of this work when you come back to school and the teachers will also update this page throughout the time we are off school.
We look forward to seeing what you have created.
This week, we are looking at equivalent fractions. Enjoy playing this game:
This week, whilst multiplying and dividing by 4, we discovered we need gto practise doubling and halving in our head, so your homework this week is to play the doubling and halving games on:
Click here for more information.