Year 5/6 Mrs Mead
Welcome to Year 5/6
Your class teacher is Mrs Mead.
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Home Learning activities can be accessed via Google Classroom.
70 Things To Do Before You Leave Malpas Court - Year 5/6
|Year 5||Year 6|
|Enter a competition||Represent your school|
|Learn to sing a traditional Welsh song||Take part in a vote and understand current affairs|
|Eat something you have grown||Make a presentation to a large audience|
|Be able to speak in public||Hold and fulfil a role of responsibility|
|Help someone with their learning||Read a map, use a compass and put up a tent|
|Learn and abide by the Country Code||Prepare a meal|
|Raise moeny for charity||Read a bus timetable and know how to use public transport|
|Complete homework using Google Classroom||Ride a bike safely|
|Read a map||Man a stall at the school fete and take part in Enterprise activities|
|Prepare a packed lunch||Know basic first aid|
How to access homework using an X Box One
If you have any problems accessing Google Classroom, please click on the link below to see all worksheets
This year weekly homework for Key Stage 2 will be computer based. We have created a laminated sheet for each pupil with their personal login details for each account and these have been sent home.
The school has subscribed to Mathletics to assist our pupils in practising their skills at a level which is tailor made to their ability. Pupils can gain points each time they use Mathletics. We recommend that pupils attempt to gain 500 points each week.
The school has subscribed to Bug Club which is an online reading resource. Each pupil has been allocated books that match their personal reading ability. Bug Club requires pupils to read a text and then answer targeted questions about the text to assess their understanding.
Each Monday pupils are given a list of 10 focussed spellings. These are ability matched to each pupil and will be assessed at the end of each half term. Pupils are encouraged to practise these spellings at home and transfer these to their writing.
In addition to the weekly computer based tasks pupils will be given research homework based around their topic. These tasks will be a 'menu' of choices where the children can choose to complete the activities most interesting to them. They will not be required to complete every task.