Year 5

Welcome to Year 5!
Hi Everyone, 
I hope you are all well and managed to have a nice Easter. Please find below the project information for this term and planning for home learning. If you have any question please let me know. 
Take care and enjoy! 
Miss Rose
Please find useful links and activities below for this unprecedented. If there is anything that you need or are unsure of, please do not hesitate to email me and I will get back to you ASAP. Have fun together, stay active and keep each other safe. 
30th March 2020 Email 
Hi Everyone, 
I hope all is well and you are all finding fun in this strange time whilst enjoying family time. 
This week I think it would be a great idea to keep a diary of your social distancing experiences. 
  1. What did you do to keep yourselves entertained? 
  2. What learning did you do?
  3.  Did anything funny happen?
  4.  How are you feeling about everything? 

You could hand write them, word process them or even keep a vlog. At the end of the week it would be awesome to see them. You could email me ( by attaching the documents, video or photos of your handwritten work . These will also be something that you could look back on in the future to remember this unprecedented time. 


Maths- Problem of the week.

You are going to plan an end of lock down party! 


Imagine when all this is over everyone is going to want to celebrate and come together. 


Your budget is £200 pound and you can have up to 35 (children) . 

At your party there must be...


  • Food and drinks (+ plates/ bowls/cups/napkins)
  • Decorations 
  • Games/ entertainment (at least 2 different activities) 
Write down what you would have and how much everything will cost. Don't forget to show your working out. How much did you spend in total? 
Remember I will keep the website updated with ideas of activities you could be doing.  If you have any questions of you need any help let me know!
Take care!
Miss Rose


While you are at home and enjoying time as a family, here are some life skills ideas that you could have a go at. 
Click on the link below to take you to the National Online Safety website. Here you can download parent guides about popular apps and games.
At Banwell the children's well being is always our priority and this year we are making mental well being a focus. Below is a link to the 'Wheel of Well-being' website that has some interesting information and activities to help with this. 
Reading is so important!
We encourage you to listen to your child read and discuss the text at least three times a week. Sometimes it is hard to know what to ask them so below is some ideas of the type of questions that you could be asking your child whilst they are reading with you.
Times Tables
Being able to recall the times tables is a huge skill and will have benefits across all areas of the Maths curriculum. In Year for the expectation is that children can recall their times table up to the 12x. Make sure that your child is practising their times tables regularly at home both verbally and written. Here is some links (click the image) that might help-
SPaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar)
Click on the image below for SPaG games that will help develop understanding of SPaG-