Upper Key Stage Two

(Year 5, Year 5/6, Year 6)

Autumn Term Two

This term we will be setting our home work via SeeSaw – an online learning platform. The children will then be able to submit their work directly to a teacher and receive feedback.

Please click below for a user guide to SeeSaw

Seesaw Getting Started

Daily Reading

Children are encouraged to read their school reading book each night and we kindly ask parents to comment in their reading record to evidence this. We ask that reading records are brought into school each Friday to be checked by a member of staff. Children are encouraged to read a wide range of texts to develop their fluency and comprehension for example newspapers, comics, poetry, fiction and non-fiction.

Spellings

The spellings for years 5 and 6 will be set each week, please see your homework allocation on SeeSaw. Children will have a week to learn their spellings, which will be supported via teaching in the classroom. Following this, the children will be tested in class each week on a Friday. The spellings for each term will remain on the page if children want to continue to practice them further at home.

Fun ways to learn your spellings:

Say, Cover, Write, Check
Find the definition for each word
Put each word into a sentence
Make a wordsearch
Make some flashcards and play pairs
Tic-Tac-Toe
Chalk
Beat the clock

Autumn Term One

If you were unable to join us to ‘Meet The Teacher’, take a read of the information shared by clicking below!

Meet the Teacher – Year 5

Meet the Teacher – Year 6

Parents Meeting in Year 5/6

Week commencing 19/10/20

Daily Reading

Children are encouraged to read their school reading book each night and we kindly ask parents to comment in their reading record to evidence this. We ask that reading records are brought into school each Friday to be checked by a member of staff. Children are encouraged to read a wide range of texts to develop their fluency and comprehension for example newspapers, comics, poetry, fiction and non-fiction.

Times Tables

Knowing times tables and related division facts supports mathematical learning and understanding of new concepts. Here is a link for Times Table Rockstars, where children can login and practice their times tables to develop speed and accuracy:

Times Tables Rock Stars 

Please practice your 7’s and 8’s. If you have any problems logging in, please contact the school.

Maths Year 5

This week we would like you to consolidate your learning of using formal methods of multiplication to calculate.

Maths Year 6

Spellings for Autumn 1 - Year 5

The spellings for years 5 and 6 will be set each week, please see your year group below. Children will have a week to learn their spellings and will be tested in class each week. The spellings for each term will remain on the page if children want to continue to practice them further at home.

Fun ways to learn your spellings:

Say, Cover, Write, Check
Find the definition for each word
Put each word into a sentence
Make a wordsearch
Make some flashcards and play pairs
Tic-Tac-Toe
Chalk
Beat the clock

Spellings for Autumn 1 - Year 6

The spellings for years 5 and 6 will be set each week, please see your year group below. Children will have a week to learn their spellings and will be tested in class each week. The spellings for each term will remain on the page if children want to continue to practice them further at home.

Fun ways to learn your spellings:

Say, Cover, Write, Check
Find the definition for each word
Put each word into a sentence
Make a wordsearch
Make some flashcards and play pairs
Tic-Tac-Toe
Chalk
Beat the clock

Week commencing 12/10/20

Daily Reading

Children are encouraged to read their school reading book each night and we kindly ask parents to comment in their reading record to evidence this. We ask that reading records are brought into school each Friday to be checked by a member of staff. Children are encouraged to read a wide range of texts to develop their fluency and comprehension for example newspapers, comics, poetry, fiction and non-fiction.

Times Tables

Knowing times tables and related division facts supports mathematical learning and understanding of new concepts. Here is a link for Times Table Rockstars, where children can login and practice their times tables to develop speed and accuracy:

Times Tables Rock Stars

Please practice your 8’s and 12’s. If you have any problems logging in, please contact the school.

Maths Year 5

1. 257 x 23 =

2. 710 x 62 =

3. 6421 x 25 =

3. 124 runners entered a race for charity. Each runner paid £22 to enter. How much money was raised in total?

4. Mr Kendel needs to replace 322 tiles on his roof. Each tile costs £42. How much will the roof cost to repair?

Maths Year 6

1. 525 x 43 =

2. 8420 x 64 =

3. 2.53 x 23 =

4. A cyclist plans on cyling to Italy. He will cycle 326 miles per day over 25 days. How many miles will he cycle altogether?

5. A bakery needs 2800 litres of milk to make enough bread tomorrow. A large carton of milk holds 23 litres. They order 123 cartons. Will they have enough milk to make all teh bread tomorrow?

Spellings for Autumn 1 - Year 5

The spellings for years 5 and 6 will be set each week, please see your year group below. Children will have a week to learn their spellings and will be tested in class each week. The spellings for each term will remain on the page if children want to continue to practice them further at home.

Fun ways to learn your spellings:

Say, Cover, Write, Check
Find the definition for each word
Put each word into a sentence
Make a wordsearch
Make some flashcards and play pairs
Tic-Tac-Toe
Chalk
Beat the clock

Spellings for Autumn 1 - Year 6

The spellings for years 5 and 6 will be set each week, please see your year group below. Children will have a week to learn their spellings and will be tested in class each week. The spellings for each term will remain on the page if children want to continue to practice them further at home.

Fun ways to learn your spellings:

Say, Cover, Write, Check
Find the definition for each word
Put each word into a sentence
Make a wordsearch
Make some flashcards and play pairs
Tic-Tac-Toe
Chalk
Beat the clock

Week commencing 05/10/20

Daily Reading

Children are encouraged to read their school reading book each night and we kindly ask parents to comment in their reading record to evidence this. We ask that reading records are brought into school each Friday to be checked by a member of staff. Children are encouraged to read a wide range of texts to develop their fluency and comprehension for example newspapers, comics, poetry, fiction and non-fiction.

Times Tables

Knowing times tables and related division facts supports mathematical learning and understanding of new concepts. Here is a link for Times Table Rockstars, where children can login and practice their times tables to develop speed and accuracy:

Times Table Rock Stars

Alternatively please download the link below which can be printed or recorded separately.

Questions

Maths Year 5

This week we would like you to consolidate your learning of using formal methods of addition and subtraction to calculate.

1. At the beginning of the year I had £2452 in my account. In January I added £263 and in February I added £2806. How much did I have altogether?

2. I travelled from 943miles from London to Paris, 1461miles from Paris to Rome and 1186miles from Rome back to London. How many miles did I travel in total?

3. A reservoir contains 2348 litres of water. In the summer, 458 litres evaporate. It then collects 1409 litres of rain. How full is the reservoir in litres?

4. Tom adds three numbers together and gets a total of 84,526. Two of his numbers are 963 and 26,301. What is his thurd number?

5. I am thinking of two numbers with a diference of 4352. One of the numbers is 10,456. What could the other number be? Can you find two solutions?

Maths Year 6

1. A ship arrived in the port carrying 49657 tonnes of cargo. 3598 tonnes of cargo were unloaded. The ship was then loaded with 35861 tonnes before leaving the port. How much cargo was on the ship?

2. The organisers of a concert raise £154,763 in ticket sales and 314,763 selling merchandise. They have to pay the groups £43,650 and pay other expenses of £25,715. Hw much profit do they make?

3. The population of three towns was 346,826 , 124,526 and 74,821. What is the total population?

4. A car dealer checks his stock of cars. He has 6 cars for sale. The prices of the cars are: £5000, £6700, £8400, £11,450, £13,450 and £14,400. He sells two cars and the total value of his stock is now £40,000. What is the value of each of the two cars he sold?

5. I am thinking of two numbers with a difference of 7292. One of the numbers is 23,487. What could the other number be? Can you find two solutions?

Spellings for Autumn 1 - Year 5

The spellings for years 5 and 6 will be set each week, please see your year group below. Children will have a week to learn their spellings and will be tested in class each week. The spellings for each term will remain on the page if children want to continue to practice them further at home.

Fun ways to learn your spellings:

Say, Cover, Write, Check
Find the definition for each word
Put each word into a sentence
Make a wordsearch
Make some flashcards and play pairs
Tic-Tac-Toe
Chalk
Beat the clock

Spellings for Autumn 1 - Year 6

The spellings for years 5 and 6 will be set each week, please see your year group below. Children will have a week to learn their spellings and will be tested in class each week. The spellings for each term will remain on the page if children want to continue to practice them further at home.

Fun ways to learn your spellings:

Say, Cover, Write, Check
Find the definition for each word
Put each word into a sentence
Make a wordsearch
Make some flashcards and play pairs
Tic-Tac-Toe
Chalk
Beat the clock

Week commencing 28/09/20

Daily Reading

Children are encouraged to read their school reading book each night and we kindly ask parents to comment in their reading record to evidence this. We ask that reading records are brought into school each Friday to be checked by a member of staff. Children are encouraged to read a wide range of texts to develop their fluency and comprehension for example newspapers, comics, poetry, fiction and non-fiction.

Times Tables

Knowing times tables and related division facts supports mathematical learning and understanding of new concepts. Here is a link for Times Table Rockstars, where children can login and practice their times tables to develop speed and accuracy:

Times Table Rock Stars

Alternatively please download the link below which can be printed or recorded separately.

28.09.20 Times tables sheet

Maths Year 5

Maths Year 6

Spellings for Autumn 1 - Year 5

The spellings for years 5 and 6 will be set each week, please see your year group below. Children will have a week to learn their spellings and will be tested in class each week. The spellings for each term will remain on the page if children want to continue to practice them further at home.

Fun ways to learn your spellings:

Say, Cover, Write, Check
Find the definition for each word
Put each word into a sentence
Make a wordsearch
Make some flashcards and play pairs
Tic-Tac-Toe
Chalk
Beat the clock

Spellings for Autumn 1 - Year 6

The spellings for years 5 and 6 will be set each week, please see your year group below. Children will have a week to learn their spellings and will be tested in class each week. The spellings for each term will remain on the page if children want to continue to practice them further at home.

Fun ways to learn your spellings:

Say, Cover, Write, Check
Find the definition for each word
Put each word into a sentence
Make a wordsearch
Make some flashcards and play pairs
Tic-Tac-Toe
Chalk
Beat the clock

Week commencing 21/09/20

Daily Reading

Children are encouraged to read their school reading book each night and we kindly ask parents to comment in their reading record to evidence this. We ask that reading records are brought into school each Friday to be checked by a member of staff. Children are encouraged to read a wide range of texts to develop their fluency and comprehension for example newspapers, comics, poetry, fiction and non-fiction.

Times Tables

Knowing times tables and related division facts supports mathematical learning and understanding of new concepts. Here is a link for Times Table Rockstars, where children can login and practice their times tables to develop speed and accuracy:

Times Table Rock Stars

Alternatively please download the link below which can be printed or recorded separately.

21.09.20 Times tables sheet

Maths Year 5

Maths Year 6

Spellings for Autumn 1 - Year 5

The spellings for years 5 and 6 will be set each week, please see your year group below. Children will have a week to learn their spellings and will be tested in class each week. The spellings for each term will remain on the page if children want to continue to practice them further at home.

Fun ways to learn your spellings:

Say, Cover, Write, Check
Find the definition for each word
Put each word into a sentence
Make a wordsearch
Make some flashcards and play pairs
Tic-Tac-Toe
Chalk
Beat the clock

Spellings for Autumn 1 - Year 6

The spellings for years 5 and 6 will be set each week, please see your year group below. Children will have a week to learn their spellings and will be tested in class each week. The spellings for each term will remain on the page if children want to continue to practice them further at home.

Fun ways to learn your spellings:

Say, Cover, Write, Check
Find the definition for each word
Put each word into a sentence
Make a wordsearch
Make some flashcards and play pairs
Tic-Tac-Toe
Chalk
Beat the clock

Week commencing 14/09/20

Daily Reading

Children are encouraged to read their school reading book each night and we kindly ask parents to comment in their reading record to evidence this. We ask that reading records are brought into school each Friday to be checked by a member of staff. Children are encouraged to read a wide range of texts to develop their fluency and comprehension for example newspapers, comics, poetry, fiction and non-fiction.

Times Tables

Knowing times tables and related division facts supports mathematical learning and understanding of new concepts. Here is a link for Times Table Rockstars, where children can login and practice their times tables to develop speed and accuracy:

Times Tables Rock Stars

Alternativly please download the link below which can be printed or recorded seperately.

wc 14.09.20  UKS2 times tables Р6s, 7s and 9s

Spelling for Autumn 1 - Year 5

The spellings for years 5 and 6 will be set each week, please see your year group below. Children will have a week to learn their spellings and will be tested in class each week. The spellings for each term will remain on the page if children want to continue to practice them further at home.

Fun ways to learn your spellings:

Say, Cover, Write, Check
Find the definition for each word
Put each word into a sentence
Make a wordsearch
Make some flashcards and play pairs
Tic-Tac-Toe
Chalk
Beat the clock

Spelling for Autumn 1 - Year 6

The spellings for years 5 and 6 will be set each week, please see your year group below. Children will have a week to learn their spellings and will be tested in class each week. The spellings for each term will remain on the page if children want to continue to practice them further at home.

Fun ways to learn your spellings:

Say, Cover, Write, Check
Find the definition for each word
Put each word into a sentence
Make a wordsearch
Make some flashcards and play pairs
Tic-Tac-Toe
Chalk
Beat the clock