Year 5 Silver Birch 2019 - 2020

Mr Jenner

Welcome to Silverbirch Class

(Year 5)

In regards to the uploading of work, and scores from arithmetic tests, I am more than happy for these to be sent as an update to myself, via email, if the need arises. I understand the need at this time to keep everything rather light at home and do not want to add any further pressure to the children or adults. Unfortunately the comments boxes are public on the homework pages, so email for privacy would be better.

In light of recent events and the need for home learning, I have created packs to go home to save on printing or need for the internet to complete tasks. If your child was not in last week, packs of work are available to collect from the school office. If you could email me to let me know if your child was not in and you require one.


For any parents that are unsure about the learning from Oak Academy and how it is structured, I have attached below a copy of their 6 week plan for all year groups.

Dear Parents,

In preparations for the potential school closures following recent advice from the government, we have compiled this list of online learning resources intended to support directed and independent work activities in the event of learning having to take place at home.


It is important to note that teachers will use the school website at  to provide structures for the school day before 9am every day (Logins should be in your child’s school planner. Please contact if there are any difficulties logging in).

This will include recommended time frames that activities should take place in order for teachers to be available to respond to any communications and receive submissions of work. Work activities can be taken from the Home Learning Work Grids (found on your child’s class page), open tasks or will be set using URL links to resource sites.


Any work that is completed and saved onsite such as MyMaths, TTRockstars and PurpleMash do not need to be submitted through the school website however any other work can be submitted as a file such as Word or Power Point documents, photographs (useful for handwritten/hand produced work) or videos.


Here is a list of resource sites and locations that may be used to set or support your child’s learning (please note that this list is not exhaustive):



If you are unable to access electronic resources, teachers will be happy to provide physical copies or alternative activities.


If you are unable to submit work electronically then please compile work during the closure and hand these in upon return to school.


Please remember that, although it is important that your children attempt all work that is set, parents can support when necessary.


  Task (Mon - Thurs) Task (Fri)
9 - 10 Maths Maths
11 - 12 English Guided Reading
1 - 1.20 Reading Reading
1.30 - 2.30 Task Grid Task Grid
2.30 - 4 Blog and P.E Blog and P.E

All tasks for the children have been set and are accesible through the childrens access to the school spider.

The tasks are numbered so that they can be followed, for example Monday will be: Maths 1, English 1, a silent reading task, a task from the topic grid sheet. Then the children will write a blog on their own personal page and complete a P.E task. Tuesday will be: Maths 2, English 2 ...


P.E and topic grids below. For P.E please take a photo or a video of you completing the task and upload on your page.


If there are any issues do not hesitate to get in contact with me on the email address above.

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Our Aims

For children:

  • Experience a broad and exciting curriculum that fosters creativity, independence, a passion and enjoyment for learning that continues throughout their lives.
  • Learn to value and respect themselves and others as individuals with equal rights and responsibilities.
  • Be given a strong foundation in their ethical and spiritual life to prepare them to be active and responsible citizens.
  • Be inspired by the environment in which they live and learn and to become stewards of it.
  • Be fit and healthy in body, mind and spirit and understand how to make good choices to keep safe and healthy.
  • Believe in their own abilities to develop resilience and a determination to achieve their potential.

Tattenhall Park Primary School, Chester Road, Tattenhall, Chester, CH3 9AH

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