The Federation of All Saints and St. Margaret's Catholic Voluntary Academy

The Federation of All Saints and
St Margaret’s Catholic Primary Schools

Year 5

Week commencing 11th January 2021

Hellp everyone. I hope you all had a lovely weekend. It has been great seeing you all on Teams. Please join me again this week at 10:00 am and remember to join on the  ‘Daily Catch up’ link. It is very important to continue with your reading. If you have a Derbyshire library card, you can register to borrow ebooks online here:
You are welcome to read any books you have at home too.

Below is the work for this week. I continue to miss you all so take care and stay safe. Mrs R.

Ethan and Jordan have worked together to create their London Timeline.


Y5 Monday maths

Relative Clauses with audio

Year 5 Literacy

London Topic Task Time Line Cut-Outs Time Line – Empty

Topic answers: Time Line – Answers


Y5 Tuesday maths

Year 5 Literacy 

RE task


Y5 Wednesday maths

Year 5 Literacy

Lesson Presentation Good Vibrations

Science Task Activity Sheet Sound Mind Map Sound Survey Good Vibrations Sound Game


Y5 Thursday maths

Year 5 Literacy

Art task



Y5 Friday maths

Year 5 Literacy

Well being


Wednesday 6th January 2020

Hello everyone. I hope you are doing okay. I am missing you very much and it is not the same not having you all in the classroom. However, we must make the best of a bad situation and stay positive. Take care and stay safe.


Year 5 Day 1

London – Questions

Wednesday maths video

Maths worksheet Weds

Maths answers Weds


Year 5 Day 2

Thursday maths video

Maths worksheet Thursday

Maths answers Thurs




Year 5 Day 3

area y5 fri




Monday 13th July

Hello everyone. This is the last time I will be putting work on for this term. I am going to put on Numeracy revision, literacy and topic. You will also find a video on the ‘New Classes for September’ link. Please make sure you watch it. Mr Steane will be telling you things you need to know for September. I will attach a link below for a website called sponge elephant. There are lots of apps for activities that you can do over the summer-just click on the pupil link. Please continue to read. It may take some time, but we will honour our reading promise. We will issue you with a star for each occasion that you have read-total them up and give you the appropriate number of counters.

It is a real shame that I did not get to teach you again for a full year. You are very dear to me, every single one of you. I will miss you all very much but I will have the pleasure of seeing you around school. I would just like to wish you all a lovely summer holiday. Please continue to stay safe and take care. Best wishes to you and your parents. Mrs Robinson.

Primary Pupils

Literacy Year 5

Numeracy revision Y5

Topic advice year 4 and 5


Week commencing 6th July

Hello everyone. I hope you are all well. I can imagine that the weather has made you feel a little bit miserable. Keep your chin up! I did speak to many parents last week and they all told me that a lot of you are finding the literacy a little bit tedious. So, I am not going to upload any literacy for the next two weeks. The topic has opportunities for writing within it, so please select what you can from the topic-activities that you personally like- and enjoy. Similarly, the RE has plenty of opportunities for writing. Mr Steane will continue to put on  videos for you to help you with your maths. Stay safe. Mrs Robinson

Whiterose link

Lesson 1 – Metric units

Lesson 2 – Imperial units

Lesson 3 – Converting units of time

Lesson 4 – Timetables

Topic advice year 4 and 5


RE part 2


Week commencing 29th June

Hello everyone. I cannot believe that another week has passed so quickly. Please look at the link below from Emma (Friday 26th June) and have a go at playing the can can on your instruments. Below is the work for this week. Mr Steane will put the videos on for you. Please get creative with the topic work and send me some pictures to Take care and stay safe.

Miss H Word in a Word

Literacy Year 5
Whiterose link

Lesson 1 – Regular and irregular polygons

Lesson 2 – Reasoning about 3D shapes

Lesson 3 – Reflection

Lesson 4 – Translation

Topic for year 4 and 5 29th June


RE -ppt



Friday 26th June

Some news from Emma:….

Here are my final two videos for the Wider Opportunities violin, viola and cello learners in Y4 and Y5.

I thought it would be nice to end with a real party piece as this would have been our final concert week and trip to the Halle. So here are two instruction videos where the children can learn to play The Can-Can!

Video 1 How to sing the can can

Video 2 How to play the can can

Professional backing track

It sounds brilliant once you’ve learnt the piece and can play along.

I just wanted to thank you so much for your support over the past academic year. It has been a real delight to work with you and your children and to get to know the school.

I really hope the children have enjoyed learning and have enjoyed the video lessons over lockdown – I can that they have been viewed and some of the pieces have been really popular!

Week commencing 22nd June

Hi everyone. I hope you are all keeping safe and well and I hope that you are able to celebrate Father’s Day with your families. Below is the work for this week. I am putting on a daily video for year 4, Mr Steane will continue to put videos on for year 5. Hope they are helping. Best wishes, Mrs R.

Miss H Word in a Word

Literacy Year 5

Maths Year 5

Lesson 1 – Measuring with a protractor (2)

Lesson 2 – Drawing lines and angles accurately

Lesson 3 – Calculating angles on a straight

Lesson 4 – Calculating angles around a point

Topic advice Year 4 and 5



Week commencing 15th June

Hello everyone. I hope that, despite the change in the weather, you have found opportunities to go outside and get lots of fresh air. Please continue to stay safe and take care. I miss seeing you all very much. Mrs R.

Year 5 Literacy

Maths Year 5

Hi y5!   Mr Steane here. Hope you are all ok – miss you all!  I have made you all a little video reminding you about exchanging when you are subtracting – although you are subtracting decimals, treat it just like any other with exchanging. REMEMBER to keep the DECIMAL POINTS IN LINE!

Bye for now,


Lesson 1- Subtracting decimals

Lesson 2- Subtracting decimals 2

Lesson 3- Multiply decimals

Lesson 4- Divide decimals

Topic advice for 15th June




Thursday 11th June
Emma has sent a new link for you to use as practice with your violin. Enjoy! Mrs R x

Violin info from Emma

Week commencing 8th June.

Hello there children. I hope you are still keeping safe and well. I enjoyed speaking to most of you last week and having a catch up. I am teaching year 6 at the moment but will still continue to upload work for year 4 and 5. I will be adding videos for year 4; Mr Steane will be uploading videos for year 5. Please continue to send in photos of what you have been up to to: I really enjoy seeing them. Take care. Mrs R.

Literacy Year 5
Maths Year 5


Hello Y5! I do miss you all and hope that you have kept safe and enjoyed the sunny weather recently. I will add videos to try and help with the work. Don’t forget to check out the BBC bitesize because there are great resources to help you on there too.

Maths for Wednesday 10th…adding decimals with the same number of decimal places…


Hi y5. Here is day 3 – a short reminder about adding decimals from me. You should be ok at this – you all love addition!!


Day 4 maths …  adding decimals with different numbers of places…

Hello Y5. Here is the last of this week’s videos – a quick reminder about keeping the decimal points in line when adding, and not worrying about empty places – imagine there is a zero there. Try the activities on here. Do any of you have any work you want me to see?  Send to:

Have a great, safe weekend and See you all on here on Monday. Mr Steane



Here is the day 1 intro to % featuring Mr.Steane. I have just explained some of the questions you might find on the worksheets today. Percent means ‘Out of 100’. So its like splitting an amount into 100 equal parts. My son in Y6 did the camerawork!





Topic advice 8th June 2020

FOOD_CHAINS for 8th June

Week commencing 1st June

Welcome back everyone. I hope you’ve all had a wonderful half-term. I hope you are enjoying the sunshine but continuing to stay safe. Below is the work for this week. Best wishes, Mrs R x.


Maths 1st June Year 5





Topic advice 1st June 2020

YPTERAINFORESTS 1st june 4 and 5

Monday 18th May

What a lovely surprise I got today! I received a lovely e mail from Phoebe’s mum telling me all about the wonderful things Phoebe has been doing. Here’s what Phoebe has been up to: She’s made a stop motion film, made some lovely pictures of the family on procreate, been looking after the goose mum told me about, planted lots of fruit and vegetables- peas, strawberries, salad leaves, tomatoes and cucumbers; she’s had lots of chats with Felicity and Sophie, made an Easter garden, made a shell picture and made lots of generator machines (she told me about them when I called?)

Well, I thoroughly enjoyed looking at the fabulous pictures and I am delighted to share some of them with you. Well done Phoebe. We are very proud of you. Mrs R x

Music links from Emma. I hope you enjoy this. Mrs R

Composition Activity Instructions

Cowboy Chorus

Pease Pudding

Week Commencing 18th May
Here is the work for the week leading up to half term. I will not be setting any work for over the half term break; so please spend your time with your family, enjoy their company and take care. I am missing you all very much and want nothing more than for you to stay safe. Mrs Robinson.


Maths Powerpoints




Topic 18.05.20



Monday 11th May

Hi everyone!  Sadly the link to the maths below will not work anymore, so I have uploaded the worksheets for you.  You can access them here:

Lesson 1 Area of rectangles 2019

Lesson 2 Equivalent fractions 2019

Lesson 3 Convert between Improper and mixed numbers 2019

Lesson 4 Compare and order fractions less than 1 2019

You can still watch the videos on the White Rose Website.

Any questions, just let us know.

Week Commencing 11th May

Below are this weeks Maths and Literacy work for this week. As before, if you cannot print off the work at home or complete this on a computer, please contact the school or email myself. We will print off the packs and leave them in St Margaret’s Reception area.

We would also really like to see any work or projects you have completed, so you can send photos or a message to your teacher’s email.  The addresses can be found below.

We really hope you are keeping safe and well and we can’t wait to see you all again soon.

Enjoy your Bank Holiday weekend,

Mrs Robinson.

Literacy Year 5

Maths Year 5

Topic 11.05.20
Transformation LF4 RE

>Week Commencing 4th May

Below are this week’s Maths and Literacy work. As before, if you cannot print off the work at home or complete the work on a computer, please contact the school.  We will print off the packs and leave them in Saint Margaret’s Reception area.

We would also really like to see any work or projects you have completed, so you can send photos or a message to your teacher’s email.  The addresses can be found below.

Take care and we hope to see you all again soon.

Literacy Year 5

Maths Year 5

Topic work for this week.

Topic A










29th April
More information from Emma.
TTRS Username Labels (2)

Fionn made his won movie today. Brilliant!

27th April
This week’s picture news. Enjoy. Mrs R x
British Values – 27th April

Picture News at Home – 27th April

Picture News Paper – 27th April

Resource 2 – 27th April

Resource 1 – 27th April

Picture News Special Resource – Captain Tom Moore 2020 – Copy

Week Commencing 27th April
Below are Maths, Literacy and Topic work for this week. If you can’t print off or work from it from a computer, please contact school. We can print packs off and these will be available to pick up from St Margaret’s Reception area on Wednesday.
Please send any messages you have or pictures of what you have been doing to the staff e-mails. These can be found on this page.
I hope you are all well. Keep safe.
G Beaumont





Year 5 and 6 Topic Work

Fun places to visit online

I have had information from Jodrell Bank to say that they have lots of fun things to do at home available on their website, from stargazing to home projects about space, there’s lots to investigate and learn.  Visit their website

There is also a website that is run by the Premier League that has many different challenges and competitions.  They have English and maths activities to do at home, but also things to help you stay active. It looks quite fun so go and  take a look at their website:,14BDI,52XN45,3XRDI,1


April 20th
Here is the link to the Brain Gym. We hope you enjoyed it.

It would be lovely to see what you are getting up to whilst at home. If you would like to share anything with our school community on the website, Twitter or Facebook , please email class teachers with pictures. The contact details for teachers are as follows:
Miss Bamford (All Reception/Y1 children)-
Mrs Deering (All Y2/3 children)-
Mrs Robinson-
Mr Steane-
Mrs Beaumont-

Picture News

Hi guys. Here is the Picture News information for this week. There’s lots to do and discuss. I hope you enjoy it. Remember to tune in tomorrow for Brain Gym with me and Miss Hammersley. Stay safe. Mrs R .

British Values – 20th April Holiday brochure plan Learning from Home Ideas – 20th April My journey Picture News at Home – 20th April Picture News Paper – 20th April Picture News Prompt 1 Picture News Prompt 2 Resource 1 – 20th April Resource 2 – 20th April

Week commencing 20th April
Here are some ideas for you to work on with your children at home. Please remember these are ideas and you don’t have to complete everything that is here.
You will need to print off the sheets or read from the screen and complete work in the exercise books you have been given.


Week One:

Year 5 Day 1 Year 5 Day 2 Year 5 Day 3 Year 5 Day 4 Year 5 Day 5


Click on Summer Term Week 1


Year 5 and 6 Topic Work 20th April

Religious Education:

13th April

Hi Everyone. I hope you’re all enjoying Easter with your family. Just attaching a new update from Emma- a new video for you to practise along to, containing Easter songs. Stay safe everyone. Lots of love Mrs R x


5th April

This week’s Picture News. Hope you enjoy. Stay safe. Mrs R x

Newsletter-29-mar-2020 British Values – 6th April Picture News Paper – 6th April Learning from Home Ideas – 6th April Picture News at Home – 6th April

4th April

Miss Hammersley has compiled her own version of the Gruffalo Rap. Click on the link below-sit back and listen…’re in for a treat.

3rd April

Hi everyone. Hoping that you are all okay, safe and well. The lovely Violin lady Emma has put several videos on Youtube for you to use, so that you can practise your instruments. You can only access them by using the links below. Please enjoy watching them and practise away!!!  Thank you Emma.  Mrs Robinson. x

Here are the links:

Introduction to online lessons:

Action song John Kanaka:
Sing and Play Twinkle Twinkle pizzicato and with bow:
Learn to play Airport!:



2nd April.

Sit back and relax and let us tell you a story. Listen to Mrs Deering and Miss Hammersley as they read you a story.

1st April.

Staff just wanted to send a quick update to all children and parents. We hope you are all keeping safe and well; we are missing each and every one of you! We hope you are having fun and completing the work set in your home learning files.

We are approaching the beginning of our Easter holidays. We will be updating work on the website and on Education City after the Easter holidays for children to complete.

Keep safe,

Love all from the Federation.



28th March Whenever I receive these I will add them to the page: Picture News Love Mrs R x Picture News Paper – 30th March Picture News at Home – 30th March Letter to a friend or relative plan British Values – 30th March


27th March

We have missed you all this week! Miss Hammersley had a mad idea we sing for you! She also put this altogether. We wish you all a safe and happy weekend. Love from all at the Federation.

26th March

Take a trip to Chester zoo tomorrow from the comfort of your own home.  Click on the below link and have a fantastic time.

Follow David Walliams reading a story each day at 11 am using the below link.


Hi everybody,

I hope you are all doing okay and looking after yourselves. Stay fit and well. You can work out each morning with Joe Wicks from 9:00 am to 9: 30. It’s tough but give it a go! Alternatively, you could do either of our brain gym dances to Shake it Off or Popcorn. Please use the work I have given you in the folders to keep you busy. I have also set up a few tasks on Education City. Remember not to work too hard- have fun. Laugh a lot and smile a lot. Be creative.

Take care of yourselves, all of you.


Mrs R.