Friday, 21 September 2018


This Week's Spellings:

  1. expansion
  2. extension
  3. comprehension
  4. tension 
  5.  musician
  6. electrician
  7. magician
  8. politician
  9. mathematician
  10. impression

Wednesday, 19 September 2018


We had our first Djembe lesson this week which was so much fun!

Maths head start

Next week we will begin looking at negative numbers. Get a head start by watching the following video:


This week, many of us have been developing our rounding skills. Take a look at the video to continue your development at home.

Friday, 14 September 2018


This week your spellings are: 

  1. Invention
  2. injection
  3. action
  4. hesitation
  5. completion 
  6.  expression
  7. discussion
  8. confession
  9. permission
  10. admission 

Can you write them into a sentence for bonus points? 


This week, we would like you to research one of the Stone Age houses which we have been investigating in class. You can present your research in any way you wish. 

Thursday, 13 September 2018

Friday, 7 September 2018


This week, for your homework we would like you to sketch Clayton woods and add descriptive word to you picture. Homework will be due in on Thursday  13th September 2018 .

Clayton Woods

Our writing inspiration from Clayton Woods. 


This week our spellings are: 

  1. forgetting
  2. forgotten 
  3. beginning
  4. beginner
  5. prefer 
  6. preferred 
  7. gardening
  8. gardener
  9. limiting 
  10. limited 

Can you include the words in a sentence? If you can share it with your teacher and friends. 

Sunday, 2 September 2018

Tuesday, 24 July 2018

Have a lovely Summer - can't wait to start another fantastic year in September

Here is the holiday homework for any Year 5 children that wish to keep their brains ticking over and prepare for Year 6. Don't forget the coding challenge and Times Table Rockstars - who will get the most points over the Summer?

Thursday, 19 July 2018

Coding Challenge

Iveson Summer Coding Challenge

The UK will require 2 million more engineers over the next decade, the majority of which within the information & communication sector. Iveson will be inspiring the next generation of young computer engineers this summer. Iveson summer coding challenge.





Sunday, 15 July 2018


We have  studied a few different speeches given during sporting events. We are now ready to begin writing our own inspirational speeches this week! 


The time has come to compare our sunflowers which we started growing at the start of the half term. Bring yours in this week to take part in the competition! 

This Week's Spellings

  1. guarantee 
  2. immediate 
  3. knowledge
  4. experiment
  5. experience
  6. business 
  7. possession 
  8. disappear
  9. weight 
  10. separate 

Friday, 6 July 2018

This Week's Spellings

This week our spellings are as follows;

  1. applied 
  2. spies 
  3. piece 
  4. tries
  5. ceiling 
  6. conscience 
  7. ancient 
  8. believe 
  9. achieve 
  10. leisure 

Thursday, 5 July 2018


Year 5 got the opportunity this week to do a spot of gardening. We made flags using the natural dye from the plants we collected. Then we made a delicious crumble using the fruit we harvested from our garden. We even had golden raspberries which were delicious! 

Extra Homework

Here are the Quarter-Final fixtures;

Choose any of the countries to research. Create a fact file on this country using the facts that you find. Possible subheadings could be food, monuments/sights, climate/environment or animals.  


Year 5 have been identifying angles; acute, obtuse, right angle, straight line and reflex. For your homework I would like you to identify all the angles you can on a football pitch. Draw the pitch out and labels all the angles you can find. 

Monday, 2 July 2018

Iveson Excellence

We celebrate Iveson Excellence here:

Special Mentions, Academic Excellence, Pride of Iveson and much, much more...

Friday, 29 June 2018


Today we have been looking at optical illusions. Have a go at home using the following links:

Transition Football Manager

Friday, 22 June 2018


This week for your homework I would like you to watch a World Cup match (10-15min minimum) and then write a match report. 

This week’s Spellings

Sent from my iPad

Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Football Managers

Sent from my iPadThis week, we have started our new writing project which has involved us becoming football managers. We have created our own avatars (managers) and we have already written some inspirational sentences! #worldcup #inspiringmanagers

Monday, 18 June 2018

Football manager

Upload your football manager here;

Thursday, 14 June 2018

Times Tables

KS2 children are trialling a new maths programme called Times Table Rockstars. It is a carefully sequenced programme of daily times tables practice, which we are promoting across school. In order to support your child at home, we are encouraging the use of this website to further embed times tables.  Quick recall of times tables is essential for KS2. The website can be accessed via this link or alternatively, the Times Table Rockstar app be downloaded for free on any iPad or compatible mobile device. It is also useful to know that local secondary schools use this programme too.


All KS2 children have been given their logins so can start straight away. Many thanks for your support, Miss Armitage



Your homework this week is to use our new resource (TT Rockstars). Practise your multiplication and division facts at least 3 times this week. 

Dojos will be given for anyone who achieves an average speed of 2 seconds or lower (per question). 

Chocolate Drinks

On Wednesday, in DT, we made our designs come to life by creating our own chocolate drinks. Our inspiration came from the Maya, however, the addition of sugar was one which we welcomed! 

Ask us about how we designed and made our chocolate drink, although we may not reveal our secret ingredient. 


This week's spellings are: 

  1. definite 
  2. desperate 
  3. determined 
  4. development
  5. dictionary 
  6. disastrous 
  7. diffusion 
  8. delusion
  9. diameter 
  10. dialogue 


Friday, 8 June 2018

Week 5 Winners

Thursday, 7 June 2018


This week's spellings are: 

  1. pronunciation
  2. profession 
  3. projection 
  4. programme 
  5. proportion 
  6. promising 
  7. prominent 
  8. provided 
  9. prophecy
  10. pronoun  


This week, your homework is to hide some treasure and make a treasure map for your friends to find it.


Next week, we will continue learning about the area of composite shapes and the volume of a cuboid. 

These links will help you to practise these skills at home: 

Area of a composite shape:

Volume of a cuboid:

Author visit

Today, we had the privileged of meeting Saviour Pirotta, who is a children's author. He came in to share some of his new books and answer all our questions. 

Sunday, 3 June 2018

Get to know our website

Following recent parent feedback, we have published a new series of videos on our YouTube channel that will help parents to find the information they need on our school website. Follow this link to the playlist More videos to be posted soon.

Saturday, 2 June 2018

We open on Tuesday 5th

School opens on Tuesday 5th June. We hope that you are having a restful break. All of our term dates are on our website. 

Saturday, 26 May 2018

Looking for a new book?

If you are looking for a new book, check out this great online tool:

Friday, 25 May 2018

Week 4 Winners


This week, we have planted our own sunflowers. Over the next 6 weeks, the children's task is to grow their sunflower and see how tall it becomes. Each week, I would like the children to record the growth of their sunflower. They can decided how they record this information. After 6 weeks, we will all bring in our sunflowers and compare their heights. 


This week our spellings are;


Monday, 21 May 2018

Den Building during Outdoor Learning Week

Den building

Today, we have enjoyed an afternoon of den building. We worked as a team to create some masterpieces! 

Sunday, 20 May 2018


We have been looking at area and perimeter in maths so we decided to apply our knowledge to our outdoor space. We thought about how else we could have measured the sides (rules would have taken us all week!). 

Saturday, 19 May 2018

Outdoor Learning Week

Week 3

Friday, 18 May 2018


This week our spellings are:


Sent from my iPad

Friday, 11 May 2018

Week 2 Winners!



This week's spellings are:


Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Life in the Rainforest

Read what it is like to live in/near the rainforest.

Can you write a diary as though you lived there? 

Friday, 4 May 2018

Primary Stars

Our first three winners. Well done to Sarya, Kady and Kalum. #IvesonEssentials #PrimaryStars They will be going to Old Trafford. Who else will earn a place on the bus?

Maths Challenges

Have a go at the following maths challenges; 

1) A car showroom reduces
the price of a car from
£18750 to £14999. By how
much was the price of the
Circle the most sensible
£3249, £4001, £3751

2) There are 1231 people on an
aeroplane. 378 people have not
ordered an inflight meal. How many
people have ordered the inflight meal?
Give your answer to the nearest
The inflight meal costs £1.99 per
person. The cabin crew have collected
£1100 pounds so far. How much more
money do they need to collect? Round
your answer to the nearest pound.

3) David has £35700 in his bank. He
divides the amount by 100 and takes
that much money out of the bank. Using
the money he has taken out he spends
£268 on furniture for his new house.
How much money does David have left
the money he took out? Show your




Children need to continue practising there formal methods for the four operations. Find videos below to review the methods. 





These videos can continue to be used to keep developing these skills. 


This Week's Spellings

  1. temperature
  2. vegetable
  3. suggest
  4. rhyme
  5. rhythm 
  6. marvellous
  7. monstrous
  8. mischievous
  9. immediate 
  10. immediately 


Thursday, 3 May 2018

Designing a Game

Chocolate adverts

Send me your chocolate adverts using the following link;

Wednesday, 2 May 2018

Primary Stars Award

We have launched our Premier League Primary Stars award today. If your KS2 child receives this prestigious award, they will be invited to join our visit to Old Trafford; home of Manchester United Football Club. #IvesonEssentials Will you earn a place on the bus?



Saturday, 28 April 2018

Healthy Eating

After the Healthy Eating Extravaganza on Friday, your homework is to try as many new foods as you can over the weekend. Tell everyone you meet about the amazing foods you tasted on Friday and encourage others to try new foods. What foods did you try for the first time? Which foods did you enjoy the most?

There will be extra dojo points for healthy lunchboxes.

Friday, 27 April 2018


This week, you will find maths and science homework set on purple mash;


This week's spellings are as follows; 

  1. bought 
  2. rough 
  3. tough 
  4. although 
  5. fought 
  6. through 
  7. dough 
  8. enough 
  9. cough 
  10. thought 

Can you see any spelling patterns? 

Tuesday, 24 April 2018

Friday, 20 April 2018


For your homework, this week, I would like you to create a chocolate timeline. Use different sources to collect information on the history of chocolate before putting this information onto a timeline. You may decorate it with appropriate pictures but it must have written information too. I would also like you to see what you can find out about fair trade. 

Spellings 20.04.2018

This week, our spellings are; 

  1. deceive
  2. conceive
  3. receive
  4. perceive
  5. ceiling
  6. protein
  7. caffeine
  8. seize
  9. achieve 
  10. receipt 

Can you find a rule? 

Thursday, 29 March 2018


This week spellings are as follows; 
  1. observant,
  2. observation
  3. expectant
  4. expectation
  5. hesitant
  6. hesitation
  7. tolerant
  8. toleration
  9. substance
  10. substantial

Maya Food

This week, we made a Maya feast! We all had different jobs which resulted in us producing a delicious Maya meal. We made; tortillas, mince (halal) mix with chilli and tomatoes, sweet potato mash, corn on the cob and quinoa. For more photos follow the link;