Owl Class - Year 5 and Year 6 

Welcome to Owls. Welcome to Owls. Welcome to Owls. Welcome to Owls. Welcome to Owls. Welcome to Owls. 

Class Teacher: Miss Stevens

Teaching Assistants: Ms Frampton & Mrs Atton

What is it like in Owl Class?

Here in Owl Class we learn about lots of different parts of the curriculum each day including: English, maths, topic, science, French, Mandarin, geography, R.E, RSE, art, P.E and lots more. Sometimes, when we get the morning learning done, we can do art and other topic linked work. For example we have created: Ancient Greek temples, colour by number (in Mandarin) and a piece of artwork based on mandalas.

We have terrific trips, courageous camp (where you overcome your fears) and in groups you do different activities like canoeing, wall climbing and lots more.

There are lots of jobs Owls can do, including: GEMs Leaders, Office Assistants (where we help Mrs Davis in the office), Reading Stars (where we help others with their reading) and only Owl Class can do these jobs!

You can win weekly awards; like person of the week, seal person, person of the half-term and lots of certificates for Maths, English and other activities inside and outside of school!

Written by Y6 pupil


Blended learning

Learning from home-

Should your child be away from school because of self isolation, you will find the necessary documents below to help you with their home schooling. There will be a weekly timetable for you to follow, as well as any necessary documents to help you and your child to complete the different lessons.

Maths worksheets and answers

 Year 6 - Autumn - Block 4 - With Answers.zipDownload
 Year 6 - Autumn - Block 3 - With Answers.zipDownload
 Year 5 - Autumn - Block 5 - With Answers.zipDownload
 Year 5 - Autumn - Block 4 - With Answers.zipDownload
 Year 5 - Autumn - Block 3 - With Answers.zipDownload
 Year 6 - Autumn - Block 2 - With Answers.zipDownload
 Year 5 - Autumn - Block 2 - With Answers.zipDownload
 Year 6- Autumn Block 1- With Answers.zipDownload
 Year 5-Autumn-Block 1- With Answers.zipDownload
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Documents to be used each week to support home learning

 Spelling Games booklet.docxDownload
 Non Fiction Reading at home activities Yr5&6.docDownload
 Fiction Reading at home activities Yr5&6.docDownload
 Spellings Y6 Term 1 Parents' info table.docxDownload
 Spellings Y5 Term 1 Parents' info table.docxDownload
 KS2 Reading at Home Questions.docxDownload
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List of websites to support English home learning

 English Home Learning Websites (1).docxDownload
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List of websites to support maths home learning

 Home Learning - Recommended Maths List.pdfDownload
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Online learning login information-

MyMaths-there are tasks set on this website for the children to complete, they should work their way through the different activities. There are support videos and learning pages on there for children to refer to before they complete the activities. 

Printed login details have been given to each child. If you do not already have login details, please contact the school via phone or email and we will provide you with these for your child.

Times tables rock stars (TTRS)- printed login details have been given to each child. If you do not already have login details, please contact the school via phone or email and we will provide you with these for your child.They can complete any of the levels on there they would like to.


To find out more about our topic children can login to the curriculum visions website and find out more by reading the online books and watching the videos.

Username- ashcott.primary

Password- TA79PP


Additionally, they can research the topic by logging onto Discovery Education-

Username- student3848

Password- learning

 BBC Bitesize Daily

 Daily online lessons for all ages. They'll also have a dedicated TV channel full of learning content, podcasts on BBC Sounds and lots of educational videos on iPlayer. See the links below for more information.



Government resources for home education

The government have brought together an initial list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home. These websites offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages. The list includes subject specific resources for English, maths, science, PE, wellbeing and SEND. The list will continue to be updated.


 The Government has launched its online classroom and resource hub. it offers 180 video lesson each week for use across a broad range of subjects. The lessons over children from Reception to Year 10 and are free to use. See the link below.




Spelling-Finally vanquish bad spelling with Sir Linkalot’s ‘linking’ animated videos and quizzes.

Learn spelling in an easy, remarkably effective way by using quick memorable animations and quizzes. Bitesize boosts for school spelling tests and SATS. 

Sir Linkalot is on a quest to make ”I can’t spell” a thing of the past. Helping students of any age with spelling, punctuation, and grammar based on linking (SPAGBOL). 



SPAG with MrMCGrammar-

Home learning of SPAG through rap, rhyme and music. Lots of videos on YouTube covering many aspects of the SPAG curriculum.



Talk for Writing

Free 'talk for writing' home-school units. The units are age related, but writing could be inspired with ideas from any of the units. Lots of writing support, starters, prompts, planning ideas and activities. There are also art links, reading comprehension links, SPAG activities and much more! 

Have a look and see where your child's imagination leads them!


The literacy shed- a fantastic website with lots of photos, videos and online books to inspire writing. The website also includes writing ideas, story starters and questions to provoke thinking.



Pobble 365- A brilliant website with lots of photos on to inspire writing. The website also includes writing ideas, story starters and questions to provoke thinking.




For a daily dose of creativity and fun, check out their '10 Minute Challenges', which are set by bestselling authors and illustrators - they add a new challenge to this page every single day! For more author videos and free resources, check out their 'classroom' page.



 See below for some daily writing prompts from Authorfy.

English-some useful resources

 Book Review Writing Template.pdfDownload
 Changing Tenses Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Contractions Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Contractions Folding Aid.pdfDownload
 Crossword Y5&6 - Abstract Nouns (Answers).rtfDownload
 Crossword Y5&6 - Antonyms&Synonyms (Answers).rtfDownload
 Crossword Y5&6 - Collective Nouns (Answers).rtfDownload
 Crossword Y5&6 - Past and Present Forms (Answers).rtfDownload
 Crossword Y5&6-Plurals Revision (Answers).rtfDownload
 Crossword Years 5&6 - Abstract Nouns.docxDownload
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⚡️⚡️The DAILY PROPHET- BREAKING NEWS- the Wizarding world, now open to Muggles. See below for more information. ⚡️⚡️The DAILY PROPHET- BREAKING NEWS- the Wizarding world, now open to Muggles. See below for more information⚡️⚡️

Harry Potter-At Home

See the link below for the 'Harry Potter at home hub'. Where you'll find all the latest magical treats including art & craft videos (teach your friends how to draw a Niffler), fun pieces to read, including guides to the Wizarding world and character information, quizzes, puzzles, crosswords, wordsearches and plenty more. You can even download a FREE copy of the audiobook of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (read by Stephen Fry).


Harry Potter-A History of Magic

The Harry Potter exhibition was first put together in 2017 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first book by J.K Rowling. Originally, you needed to head to the British library in London to see the exhibition, but they have decided to bring the exhibition online for people to enjoy.

It is available through the link below. It includes original writing, sketches, illustrations, plans, objects, items, muggle magic, history, facts, magic lessons, a look at fantastic beasts and much, much more. You can enter a 360 degree 'classroom' where you can explore and learn more about magical subjects such as potions, herbology, charms, astronomy, divination, defence against the dark arts and care of magical creatures. 



"Because that's what Hermione does." said Ron, shrugging. "When in doubt, go to the library."

         -Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

⚡️You might belong in Gryffindor, where dwell the brave at heart, their daring, nerve and chivalry set Gryffindors apart. You might belong in Hufflepuff, where they are just and loyal, those patient Hufflepuffs are true & unafraid of toil. Or yet in wise old Ravenclaw, if you've a ready mind, where those of wit and learning, will always find their kind. Or perhaps in Slytherin you'll make your real friends, those cunning folk use any means to achieve their ends. ⚡️



Enjoy storytime with their free online books and videos, play games, win prizes, test your knowledge in their book-themed quizzes, or even learn how to draw some of your favourite characters.



Link below to help choose your child's new book-



See below for a link to the 100 best books for children- 




Check out the brilliant website below for a daily maths lessons (with a matching worksheet), new lessons are added each week. Each lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity.



How about tackling a maths problem of the day? Click on the link below to take on the challenge! 



 Or have a look at their Barvember challenges-



Or how about mixing maths and P.E and taking on the maths on the move challenge?

Find the sheet named 'Maths on the move' in the maths download section to download a bigger version and have a go!

See below for how we approach the different maths calculations in Owl class

Science- some useful resources

 Fireworks in a Glass.pdfDownload
 Fun With Density.pdfDownload
 Lava Lamp.pdfDownload
 Take It Outside Autumn Stem Fantastic Flight Activity.pdfDownload
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Links below to some good sites with ideas and resources for being active at home.







Parts of the English, maths, languages, science and PSHE curriculum are covered on the following website. It aims to get you up and moving with active learning. Go and check out the different curriculum collections.