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Friday 17th July 2020

Good morning, how exciting, the last day of year 5 before the summer holidays

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-   This week we will be setting daily activities on mathletics for you to complete, this will allow your new teacher to know which areas you understand and which you may need to work on in September. Remember if you don’t score very highly the first time you can always have another try. 

English- Over the next three days we would like you to create an informative PowerPoint for the new year 5 children. It should inform them about all the important aspects of year 5. Today we would like you to add any other key information which you think is important for the new year 5 children. Then record yourself presenting your presentation and add your video to the class PowerPoint.

 Enjoy your summer break and don’t forget to complete your summer project. We can’t wait to see you all back in September.

Holiday Homework

Our first topic in September is Earth Matters - a look at the water cycle, coasts and rivers, mountains, volcanoes, earthquakes, climate zones and biomes.  For your home learning over  the summer holidays, your project is to research a volcano, earthquake or mountain range and produce an information poster about your choice of project. 

Your poster should include maps, diagrams and photographs to make it as creative as possible.  In addition, it would be fabulous if you could make a 3D map of the area concerned. Be as creative as you like, you could make it out of Lego, playdough, paint or even papier mache! You must include a key and use atlas symbols. Why not draw a route on your map to get from a starting point to a finishing point. To find an area, use Google maps and drop the person onto the country given then search for an area you find interesting.

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Thursday 16th July 2020
 

Good morning,

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper.
Please see below the tasks set for today:

Maths- This week we will be setting daily activities on mathletics for you to complete, this will allow your new teacher to know which areas you understand and which you may need to work on in September. Remember if you don’t score very highly the first time you can always have another try.

English- Over the next three days we would like you to create an informative PowerPoint for the new year 5 children. It should inform them about all the important aspects of year 5. Today we would like you to focus on rewards, homework and trips. (Remember to make it eye catching for the reader) Open up your PowerPoint from yesterday, do not start a new one.

DT- Following the instructions make a marble run, remember to check your connections carefully to make sure the marbles run smoothly. Can you change the design so the marbles run faster or slower through the run. Add a picture of your completed work to the PowerPoint.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing.

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525
Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Wednesday 15th July 2020

Good morning,

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper.
Please see below the tasks set for today:

Maths- This week we will be setting daily activities on mathletics for you to complete, this will allow your new teacher to know which areas you understand and which you may need to work on in September. Remember if you don’t score very highly the first time you can always have another try.

English- Over the next three days we would like you to create an informative PowerPoint for the new year 5 children. It should inform them about all the important aspects of year 5. Today we would like you to focus on creating a title page for your powerpoint (remember make it eye catching) Year 5 topics and the classrooms. Include as much detail as possible.

Book Review- Select your favourite book you have read since we haven’t been in school and write a book review. Remember you can illustrate your review as well. This will be used as part of a display in school.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing.

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525
Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

 

Tuesday 14th July 2020

Good morning,

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper.
Please see below the tasks set for today:

Maths- This week we will be setting daily activities on mathletics for you to complete, this will allow your new teacher to know which areas you understand and which you may need to work on in September. Remember if you don’t score very highly the first time you can always have another try.

English- We would like you to write about your memories of year 5, what you enjoyed e.g. trips, shows, topics, PE. Explain what it was you enjoyed most. You may also wish to include funny memories or memorable moments. Remember to include paragraphs (you may even like to include subheadings)

Art- Today we would like you to create a word cloud to describe you. Write a list of words which you think best describes you. Then turn these into a word cloud interlinking the words and writing them in different fonts and colours. Take a look at the example for inspiration. Add a picture of your completed work to the powerpoint or send it via dojo.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing.

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525
Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Monday 13th July 2020

Good morning, we hope you had a good weekend.

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper.
Please see below the tasks set for today:

Maths- This week we will be setting daily activities on mathletics for you to complete, this will allow your new teacher to know which areas you understand and which you may need to work on in September. Remember if you don’t score very highly the first time you can always have another try.

English- We would like you to write a letter to your new year 6 teacher so they can learn a little more about you. Introduce yourself if you need to. You may like to explain to them about your hobbies or skills you have learnt during lockdown, your favourite subjects, worries or concerns for year 6 as well as what you are looking forward to. Remember you need to impress them with your fantastic literacy skills.

Computing- Using 2DIY 3D on purple mash (in your 2dos) create your own game, it can be any theme you wish. You can then share this for others to play.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing.

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525
Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Friday 10th July 2020

Good morning,

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper.
Please see below the tasks set for today:

Maths- Today we are going to continue to solve mathematical problems involving Transformations: reflection and rotation; pentomino puzzles. Read through the learning reminders before completing the problem solving activity. There are a variety of sheets to help you but you may wish to complete the activity on paper and then add a photo of your work to the document or send it via dojo.

English- Read Edward Lear limericks and check features, including the use of relative clauses. We would like you to learn one off-by-heart and then write your own.

Art- Use your SQUID skills to create a year 5 memory page showing your favourite parts of year 5. You can use a variety of smaller images to create a larger image. Add a photo of your completed work to the PowerPoint.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing.

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525
Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Thursday 9th July 2020

Good morning,

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper.
Please see below the tasks set for today:

Maths- Today we are going to work on solving mathematical problems. Read through the learning reminders before completing the problem solving activity. There are a variety of sheets to help you but you may wish to complete the activity on paper and then add a photo of your work to the document or send it via dojo.

English- We would like you to read ‘The Pobble Who Has No Toes’ you can also use the link to listen to the story being read to you https://hamiltontrust-live-b211b12a2ca14cbb94d6-36f68d2.divio-media.net/documents/The_Pobble_who_has_no_Toes.mp3’. Remind yourselves of conjunctions and adverbials. Then write a recount of the Pobble’s adventure.

Meet the Teacher- This afternoon you will meet your new year 6 teacher. Have a great time and show them what a wonderful class you are. Elder: 1pm Elm: 1:30pm

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing.

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525
Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Wednesday 8th July 2020

Good morning,

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper.
Please see below the tasks set for today:

Maths- Today we are going to Use column addition to add decimals and measures including money. Read through the learning reminders before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Read through the PowerPoint to remind yourself about expanded noun phrases. Then read ‘The Quangle Wangle’s Hat’ and answer questions on the poetry questions sheet. Then practise expanded noun-phrases and then write to describe one of the creatures, remembering to use expanded noun phrases.

Science- Today we are going to test our knowledge on reversible and irreversible changes. Take a look at the 3 activities on bbc bitesize. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4vc86f Record your answers on your google docs.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing.

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525
Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Tuesday 7th July 2020

Good morning,

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper.
Please see below the tasks set for today:

Maths- Today we are going to add three, four and five numbers incl. those with different numbers of digits.. Read through the learning reminders before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Read ‘The Owl and Pussycat’. Then research vocabulary, complete the vocabulary sheet and learn some of the poem off-by-heart. Then read another version and then read the start of Julia Donaldson’s sequel. Then write your own sequel to the poem there is a planning sheet to help you.

Topic- Today we are going to look at the D-Day landings. Focusing on understanding the role that the French Resistance and espionage (spies) played in sabotaging German plans. Take a look at the spy information pack and complete the challenges on each page. Add your work to your PowerPoint so others can learn about the spies.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing.

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525
Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Monday 6th July 2020

Good morning, we hope you had a good weekend.

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper.
Please see below the tasks set for today:

Maths- Today we are going to revise column addition of whole numbers. Read through the PowerPoint slides before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Today we would like you to read ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’ and then watch two different versions of this classic poem https://vimeo.com/8159096 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YUuWSKm67c. Then write your opinions on both and decide which you prefer and why. Then write about your own magical journey. You can write it as a story or you could try writing it as a poem.

Computing- Today you’ll create an archery game in which you have to shoot arrows as close to the bullseye as you can. Work through the instructions to create your archery game https://projects.raspberrypi.org/en/projects/archery/1
Add a screenshot of your completed work to the word document.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing.

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525
Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

 

Friday 3rd July 2020

Good morning,

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper.
Please see below the tasks set for today:

Maths- To know regularly-used imperial units and approximate metric equivalents;
convert between units. Read through the learning reminders before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Choose one of the people you added to your mindmap yesterday. Write a formal letter to them sharing your thanks. Remember to use paragraphs, explain why you are writing, outline what you have seen them do during the covid outbreak. How this has helped the country or a particular group of people. Remember to include a closing paragraph and sign off your letter.

Art- This week in Art and Design you will be learning about Antoni Gaudi. First read the powerpoint ‘Gaudi’s Work’, you can also research about Gaudi the internet. Next choose a piece of Gaudi’s work that you would like to recreate in clay. Use the ‘Gaudi Clay Model Art Activity’ PDF to help you. There is also a ‘Salt Dough Recipe’ PDF to use for making your air drying modelling clay. Add a picture of your final piece to the PowerPoint.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing.

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525
Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Thursday 2nd July 2020

Good morning,

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper.
Please see below the tasks set for today:

Maths- Today we are going to convert between grams and kilograms, millilitres and litres, metres and kilometres. Read through the PowerPoint before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Today we would like you to create a mindmap of all the people you would like to thank for their hard work during the covid outbreak. Expand your mind map explaining why you think they should be thanked. You can complete this on paper and add a photo to the document if you wish or complete it directly on the word document.

Music- Take a look at the lesson created this week by the BYMT.
Video yourself completing the final performance of the song you are being taught. Add them to the class powerpoint or to your dojo portfolio if you have access, so that we can put them together and create one video.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing.

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525
Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

 

Wednesday 1st July 2020

Good morning,

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper.
Please see below the tasks set for today:

Maths- Today we are going to revise short division of 4-digit numbers, expressing remainders as fractions. Read through the learning reminders before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- We would like you to think about your achievements this year by completing ‘I am a Star’. Try to answer each section in as much detail as possible and remember to write in full sentences.

Science- We are going to recap our knowledge of evaporation and condensation. Complete the activity using your scientific understanding on surface area before reading the results in the graph and answering the questions. Your challenge is to answer the question: do all liquids evaporate at the same rate?

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing.

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525
Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Tuesday 30th June 2020

Good morning,

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper.
Please see below the tasks set for today:

Maths- Today we are going to use short division to divide 4-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers, expressing the remainders as fractions. Read through the learning reminders before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- We would like you to write your letter of thanks to footballer, Marcus Rashford, for the incredible change in government policy he has campaigned for and achieved. Watch the newsround clip to gain some more information https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/53068466. The Coronavirus pandemic has had an awful impact on many families and this new initiative will dramatically help families that are struggling. He is such a hero! You may decorate your letters once you are finished.

Topic- Research the discovery of Anne Frank and her family. Then on purple mash write a newspaper report about the discovery of Anne Frank and the other people hiding with her. The activity is set in your 2dos. When you launch the activity there is information to read first about Anne Frank.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing.

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525
Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Monday 29th June 2020

Good morning, we hope you had a good weekend.

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper.
Please see below the tasks set for today:

Maths- Today we are going to use short division to divide 3- and 4-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers, including those that leave a remainder. Read through the PowerPoint slides before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- We would like you to plan a letter of thanks to footballer, Marcus Rashford, for the incredible change in government policy he has campaigned for and achieved. Watch the newsround clip to gain some more information https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/53068466. The Coronavirus pandemic has had an awful impact on many families and this new initiative will dramatically help families that are struggling. He is such a hero!
Use the letter writing PowerPoint to remind you of the key features you need to include. Then use the letter planning template to summarise what you will include in each paragraph.
Then complete 2 read theory activities.

Computing- Today you’ll create a maths quiz game in which the player has 30 seconds to give as many correct answers as possible. Work through the instructions to create your quiz https://projects.raspberrypi.org/en/projects/brain-game/1

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing.

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525
Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Friday 26th June 2020

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-   To estimate and find the area of irregular shapes. Read through the learning reminders before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Using your plan from yesterday write your non chronological report about Anne Frank. Remember to refer back to the checklist to ensure you have included all of the key features. 

Once you have finished writing it, think about your presentation e.g. making sure subheadings are bold and underlined.

Art- Andy Warhol was a famous artist who created lots of artwork, including a style called Pop Art. He would reprint a photograph (often of a celebrity) lots of different times using different bright colours in each reprint. Research Andy Warhol painting and create a piece of artwork in the same style. 

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Thursday 25th June 2020

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-  To find areas of squares and rectangles in cm2; investigate area and perimeter. Read through the PowerPoint before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Over the next two days you are going to plan and write a non chronological report about Anne Frank. Read through the checklist to remind you of what should be included in a non chronological report. Then plan your report using the planning template.

Music- Today we are going to compose lyrics to a song. First listen to the football chant “Olay” and sing it with this backing track. Make up your own verses about food or sport. Copy the rhyming pattern from the examples. 

Write down your new verse and record it if you can.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Wednesday 24th June 2020

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-  To understand and use equivalence to find unknown quantities. Read through the learning reminders before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Watch the biography of Anne Frank https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLSvdEUA2wI

Read the diary excerpts then explore the secret annex using the following link https://www.annefrank.org/en/anne-frank/secret-annex/  How do you think Anne must have been feeling when she hid? 

We are going to write a letter to Anne telling her what you thought about the diary excerpts you have read; how it has added to your understanding of WW2; aspects you could really relate to (e.g. needing personal space); and how it made you feel. You may wish to end the letter by telling Anne how the ending to her story has affected you, and what happened to her diary after the war. 

Science- Today we are going to check our scientific knowledge on mixtures. First choose the correct word to match to the sentence. Then show me which materials are soluble and insoluble. Think about how we separate mixtures based on the materials properties, you may wish to make a mixture at home and work out how to separate it. If you do, don't forget to add a picture to the end of your work.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Tuesday 23rd June 2020

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-   To use pairs to 100, other facts and place value to mentally add and subtract, including decimal numbers and money.  Read through the learning reminders before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- In 1942 Anne Frank wrote her diary. Imagine that one day you had no choice but to hide away for a long time...you had time to only pack three items. What would they be and why would you take them? Now imagine like Anne Frank, that you are writing in your diary about what you have chosen to pack. Write your diary entry remembering to include: feeling, thoughts and emotions; include precise and interesting vocabulary and write in first person.

Topic- We are going to look into the life of Anne Frank, I would like you to look at the key questions and research the answers. Once you have found the answers can you create an informative PowerPoint to share your knowledge with others. 

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Monday 22nd June 2020

Good morning, we hope you had a good weekend.

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Spellings- This morning I would like you to log on to Spelling Shed and have a look at your spellings for this week.

Next, open the Google document and use the internet or a dictionary to find the definitions to these words. 

Once you have written down your spellings and their definitions, I would like you to create your very own revision flashcards using the 'Google Slides' document attached (on one side you will need to write the word, on the other side you will need to write the definition) - When you present this you will have the chance to guess your answer before it is revealed. Or you can create your own on paper.

You can use this document to practise your spellings ready for the Hive game on Thursday.

Let's see if we can get the whole class logging in this week!

Maths-   Today we are going to add and subtract near multiples of 10, 100, 1000. Read through the PowerPoint slides before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- This week we are going to be looking at the life of Anne Frank. Read and complete the comprehension activity on Anne Frank, remember to answer in full sentences. Then take a look at the war time vocabulary,  write the definition for each word.

Computing- In this resource, you are going to learn how to make a racing game. The player uses the mouse to navigate a boat to an island without bumping into obstacles. Following the link to the online instructions https://projects.raspberrypi.org/en/projects/boat-race

You do not need to download scratch, you can use the online version.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Friday 19th June 2020

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-  Today we would like you to complete the tasks set on mathletics, to help to review the work you have completed this week.

English- Look at your plan from yesterday for the main events that will happen in your story. Can you think of a title for your story? It could be a synonym for ‘lost’ (abandoned, misplaced or mislaid) paired with a word for a ‘thing’ like a ‘thingamabob’ or a ‘whatchamacallit’! Once you’ve written your story, how about publishing it as a book with illustrations like Shaun Tan’s?

 Art- We would like you to perfect your shading skills by creating a still life drawing. Collect a selection of objects and position them in front of you. Then using a pencil sketch what you can see in front of you. Once you have the outline begin to shade the darker areas of your drawing. Take a look at the example in google classroom to help you. Once you have finished post a picture of your completed work on the class PowerPoint or in your dojo portfolio.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Thursday 18th June 2020

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-  Today we would like you to complete the investigation activity using your knowledge of numbers. Remember to explain your findings in full sentence. Read through the instructions carefully before you begin.

English- We would like you to design and draw your own lost thing. Then re read  The Lost Thing by Shaun Tan. Look carefully at the structure of the story. We would like you to plan your own story based on The Lost Thing and using your own lost thing as the main character called The Abandoned Contraption? Look at the plan for the main events that happen in The Lost Thing. Can you use a similar sequence of events to create your own story about someone who finds a ‘thing’ one day? What would you change? Where will they find the thing? Complete your plan in as much detail as possible.

Music- Today we are going to be learning about the structure of songs. Listen to three different songs you like and identify the verse and chorus. Think about songs such as Twinkle Twinkle Little star and When the Saints, can you write a paragraph to explain the structure of the song. Full instructions will be posted on google classroom.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Wednesday 17th June 2020

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-   Recognise and use square numbers and cube numbers. Read through the learning reminders before completing the questions.  I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Re read  The Lost Thing by Shaun Tan. 

The boy sees an advert from the Ministry of Odds and Ends about what to do with ‘unclaimed property’. Can you write your own advert for what to do if you find a lost thing? It could be a poster, a newspaper advert or you may wish to record it as a radio advert.

Use the following sentence starters to help you plan the questions, commands and statements in your advert… Are you finding ______________? Do you suffer _______________? Don’t ______________! We’ve got _______________________. E.g. Are you experiencing strange goings on? Have you discovered bizarre things in your own back garden? Do not fear! We’ve got just the place to store your lost thing.

Science- We would like you to use your scientific knowledge to explain which materials are suitable for everyday jobs. Then using your knowledge of fair testing explain how you could carry out an investigation to test the most hard wearing fabrics. For the final activity can you use scientific reasoning to explain why I wouldn’t make objects out of particular materials e.g. a chocolate teapot. Remember to answer in full sentences.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Tuesday 16th June 2020

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-   Today we are going to solve problems requiring scaling by simple fractions. Read through the learning reminders before completing the questions.  I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Re read  The Lost Thing by Shaun Tan. 

In the story the boy feeds the lost thing Christmas decorations. What else would you need to do to take care of it? Write a guide entitled Looking After Your Lost Thing as a guide for other people who might come across one. Remember to include an introduction,subheading, bullet points and ideas grouped into paragraphs. (just like when we wrote instructions for trapping a dragon)

Topic-  Read through the information about Dads Army and the Land girls during WW2. Spend some time either research the role of civilian men or civilian women in the second world war. We would like you to create a presentation to share your findings. Your finding should also answer the following questions: What was conscription? Who was conscripted? Why were there men/women left behind in Britain? How did these people get involved in the war? What were their duties? How important were they to the war effort?

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Monday 15th June 2020

Good morning, we hope you had a good weekend.

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-   Today we are going to find common multiples and common factors. Read through the PowerPoint slides before completing the questions.  I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Following on from your work from last week, listen again to the reading of The Lost Thing by Shaun Tan or read it if you prefer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAHTsBGhues 

After finding the lost thing, the boy seeks advice from his friends and family about what to do with the thing… Can you write a letter in your role as the boy to a local newspaper’s ‘Agony Aunt’ column asking for advice on what to do?

You could start with.. Dear Deirdre, I desperately need your advice. You see, I’ve found this abandoned creature by the shore. I’m not sure what to do. 

Consider what other information you may need to give about the item as well as your use of rhetorical questions.

Remember to include informal letter writing features. Can you challenge yourself to write the response letter from the Agony Aunt back to you.

Computing- Watch the video about bullying, pause and answer the questions as you watch. Then write a pledge explaining how they will show positive behaviour towards others online. For example, ‘I promise to not say unkind or hurtful things online.’

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Friday 12th June 2020

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-   Using the reminders slides, look at examples of counting on to find a ‘time later’ on an empty number line. After the practice exercises, use the problem solving and reasoning questions to check understanding of this topic. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Listen to two readings of Macavity. Follow the words as you do.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QY3V0s8eRcs&t=105s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LjaTP0T3Ew&t=12s

•Think about what is different between the reading and which you prefer.
Read Macavity Play Script. Try reading what each of the characters say, using different voices to show the characters. • Read Play Script Features. Use highlighting and notes to show these features on the play script. Write a playscript based on the poem, ‘Macavity’. If you want to, you could carry on the courtroom scene in the Macavity Play Script. You could use another scene from the poem – the ArthurRobbins Illustrations from Monday may help you.

Art-  We would like you to use the natural world around you to make some art. Take a look at the example art where animals have been created using leaves and flowers. What images can you make using the natural world?

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Thursday 11th June 2020

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-  Use an empty number line to count up to find elapsed times or durations in time problems. Read through the PowerPoint slides before completing the questions. Remember to identify the key parts of the questions which will help you to form the calculation. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Read Macavity Cloze. Try to think of the words that could go in the black spaces. You might remember the original words or you might think of new words that could work as well. 

Go through the poem and highlight all the descriptions of Macavity’s appearance.  Now highlight any details of Macavity’s crimes in a different colour.

Use this information to fill in the Police Custody Record for Macavity. Give a clear description and describe the crime. Imagine what Macavity might say! 

Music- Take a look at the lesson created this week by the BYMT.

Video yourself completing the final performance of the song you are being taught. Add them to the class powerpoint or to your dojo portfolio if you have access, so that we can put them together and create one video.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Wednesday 10th June 2020

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-   Today we are going to Solve single and multi-step problems, deciding which calculation(s) are necessary. Read through the revision slides before completing the questions. Remember to identify the key parts of the questions which will help you to form the calculation. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English-Look at Arthur Robbins’ Illustrations. They’re drawn to accompany a poem. What could the story be? • Choose one of the pictures and think about each of the Picture Prompts. Write down your answers as sentences. 

Listen to Macavity the Mystery Cat read by the poet, TS Eliot. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mz29e3lv3Js Choose part of the poem and practise reading it aloud yourself. 

Research meanings to the words on Challenging Vocabulary. 

Science- We would like you to undertake a scientific experiment today. Take a look at the list of home experiments from the science museum. Choose an experiment. Write your prediction, your equipment list, your method and include a diagram or photos of your experiment. Most of all, have fun!!! 

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Tuesday 9th June 2020

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-   Today we are going to Solve word problems needing mental multiplication or division. Read through the revision slides before completing the questions. Remember to identify the key parts of the questions which will help you to form the calculation. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Read through the PowerPoint on Parenthesis then complete Lost Thing Sentences 1 and 2. You could challenge yourself to complete Lost Thing Sentences 3.  

Read the Example Book Review. Highlight the examples of parenthesis that you can find.  

Write your own answers to the four book review questions. Try to include some parentheses in your sentences.  

Topic- Make Do and Mend
We would like you to watch the videos and read through all of the information about ‘Make do and Mend’ https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/history-ks1-ks2-h-is-for-home-front/z7stscw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4RpJcVs1VI

We would then like you to imagine that you are living during the time of WW2 can you darn a sock or change an old item into something new e.g. an old sock into a hair band or a t-shirt into a bag. Add your pictures of your finished item to the class powerpoint or dojo portfolio if you have access.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Monday 8th June 2020

Good morning, we hope you had a good weekend.

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-   Today we are going to multiply and divide numbers mentally drawing on known facts. Read through the PowerPoint slides before completing the questions.  I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Listen to the reading of The Lost Thing by Shaun Tan or read it if you prefer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAHTsBGhues and answer the reflective questions.

Look at art that inspired the book. Look at Pictures 1-3. These are pieces of art that inspired the illustrations in The Lost Thing.  Choose your favourite picture. Read Picture Prompts. Think about your answers and then write them as sentences. 

 Computing- Watch the video on self image and identity saved to google classroom and complete the questions as you go. 

Then create your own online avatar/emoji so that you don’t give away your true identity online. Go to the following website https://avachara.com/avatar/ then add a screenshot of your final avatar below. 

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Friday 5th June 2020

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Today we would like you to log in to mathletics and complete the task on time which has been set for you. 

English-. Today we would like you to continue and finish your story. Try to refer to the skills you have worked on over the last two week. Focus today on the final three events and the ending of your story.. Don’t forget to use your plan from Wednesday and to paragraph 

PE- This week we are going to focus on Dance, watch the video on google classroom from the BYMT and learn the routine for Saturday night Fever. Send us a picture of you performing your favourite part. .

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Thursday 4th June 2020

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Calculate time intervals using the 24-hour clock. Read through the learning reminders before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Now it is time to write the story. Try to refer to the skills you have worked on over the last two week. You have today and tomorrow to write your story so you may wish to work on your opening and the first three events today. Don’t forget to use your plan from yesterday and to paragraph. 

Music- Take a look at the lesson created this week by the BYMT.

Video yourself completing the final performance of the song you are being taught. Add them to the class powerpoint so that we can put them together and create one video.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Wednesday 3rd June 2020

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-  Read timetables using the 24-hour clock; calculate time intervals.  Read through the PowerPoint slides before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Now we have looked into writing the setting and character description over the last two weeks, can you plan the story in more detail? Use the planning template to help you and rewatch the video. Remember, you are just planning so you only need to write notes for each piece.

Science- Look at the pictures of each scientist and read the description of their breakthrough. These inventions have made life easier and that inventing using the science of chemistry. But what did they invent? Can you guess and then check if your guess was correct. 

We would like you to do some research into two new products that are still in the development stage – Geckel and Graphene. We would like you to present your findings in a PowerPoint (use the prompt questions to help you.

We have also included instruction for you to experiment and create your own ‘new’ material if you would like to (then send us pictures or add them to your PowerPoint) 

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Tuesday 2nd June 2020

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-  Use counting up to find change and differences between prices. Read through the learning reminders before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- On the sheet, can you come up with one idea of how the main character may act that could show the reader how he is feeling, rather than telling them. Think about their body language and movements E.g to show the character is disappointed you may write: The boy’s body slumped and he let out a deep sigh. 

How many different ideas can you think of for each emotion?

Topic/Art- As we continue our learning about WW2. Today we are going to learn about what families had to do in the UK during the war. One initiative started during world war 1 was victory gardens. Take a look at the digging for victory information. Then follow the instructions to design your own ‘Dig for Victory’ Poster.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Monday 1st June 2020

Good morning, we hope you had a good half term.

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-   Revise using counting up (Frog) to subtract numbers with different numbers of decimal places (1 or 2). Solve subtraction word problems.Read through the PowerPoint slides before completing the questions.  I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Re watch the video and remind yourself of the story ‘Ride of Passage’ https://www.literacyshed.com/the-other-cultures-shed.html. Look at the image of the main character below. Your task is to annotate everything you can see in this picture, using arrows and labels. Where possible, try to use high-level vocabulary and figurative language. I’ve done one for you:Calloused feet, that are stained with dirt. Can you then link your ideas together to form a descriptive paragraph for the character.

Computing- It is great to be able to communicate in so many different ways, but also very important to understand how to protect ourselves and do it safely, whilst using devices.

Watch the video on google classroom about online relationships. During the video you will be asked different questions. We would like you to write down the responses to these questions. You can save them into the document on google classroom or send a picture via dojo.

Next you will follow the life of a girl called Arooj. She has two friends, one she met at school and one she met in an online group. You must read the descriptions of the two friends and answer the following questions: Who would you trust more and why? Who does Arooj know more about and why? 

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Friday 22nd May 2020 

Good morning, well done on all your work this week for mental health week,

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Properties of quadrilaterals.Read through the revision slides before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Using what we have learned so far, write a setting description to describe a rainforest setting. Use the image of the rainforest to start your imagination, and use the video as your inspiration. Try to write at least 3 different paragraphs. Each one should be about a different feature of the setting. 

RE- This weekend some of our families will be celebrating Eid al-Fitr and ending their fast.  As we can't have our Eid parties this year we would like you to make an Eid card to send to somebody who is celebrating. Please use the template on purple mash and the key questions at the side to help you to think about the message you will write in your card.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Thursday 21st May 2020
 

Good morning.The Mental Health Week theme for today is Today's theme is ‘Keep Learning’

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Describe properties of polygons.Read through the revision slides before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Continuing to think about the rainforest, can you add relative clauses to your sentences to make them more interesting.Try to use different relative pronouns to see how it changes the sentence. 

E.g. Simple Sentence: The flowers were amethyst-pink. 

Improved with a Relative Clause: The flowers, which smelled sweeter than honey, were amethyst-pink

Mental Health Week- Keep Learning

Today we have set up a one day TT Rock Stars Battle between Elm and Elder. Can you help us to win the battle? Log in and continue learning your times tables to help us to gain the most points.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Wednesday 20th May 2020 

Good morning. The Mental Health Week theme for today is ‘Be Mindful’

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Describe properties of 2-D shapes including polygons. Read through the PowerPoint slides before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Re watch the video https://www.literacyshed.com/the-other-cultures-shed.html remind yourself of the description ideas from yesterday. Looking at the colour thesaurus sheet, write descriptions of anything you can see in the rainforest, using hyphenated adjectives. E.g. The flowers, that were blowing in the wind, were amethyst-pink.

Mental Health Week- Be Mindful

Today we would like you to create your own rainbow heart which features why it is good to be you e.g. what you are good at, what makes you happy, what are you thankful for. You can create these however you like and with materials you have around your house. Get creative. Add a picture of you holding your rainbow hear to the class powerpoint or send it via dojo.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Tuesday 19th May 2020 

Good morning.The Mental Health Week theme for today is Today's theme is ‘Get Active’ 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Use mental strategies to divide by 5, 20, 6, 4 and 8. Read through the revision slides before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Look at the image of a rainforest. Your task is to annotate everything you can see in this picture, using arrows and labels. Where possible, try to use high-level vocabulary and figurative language. Using your notes, start to add more detail to your images by filling in the senses web. Try to get at least 5 ideas in each section.

Mental Health Week- Get Active

Today we are going to create our own class cookbook. We would like you to choose a recipe you would like to share with the class. We would like you to write the recipe instructions, these could be accompanied by illustrations or pictures of each stage as you cook your recipe. This could be a sweet or savoury recipe; a snack or a meal. We would love as many of you to cook your recipes as possible. Please add your recipe to the word document in google classroom or send it to us via dojo.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Monday 18th May 2020 

Good morning, we hope you had a good weekend. This Week is Mental Health Week there will be a theme each day and the afternoon activities will link to the theme. Today's theme is ‘Time to Talk’

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths-  Use mental strategies to multiply by 5, 20, 6, 4 and 8. Read through the PowerPoint slides before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Your task is to watch the video “Ride of Passage”. https://www.literacyshed.com/the-other-cultures-shed.html

When you have watched the video, create a comic strip story-board that shows what happens in the story.

Mental Health Week- Time to Talk

Today we would like you to design and make your own game which you can then play with your family. Then send us a picture of you all playing.  

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Friday 15th May 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Fraction and Percentage Investigation. We would like you to use your knowledge from this week's work to complete the investigation. Look carefully at your answers and see if you notice a pattern which might help you. Remember when explaining what you have found to write in full sentences.

English- We would like you to write your own story today following the structure of ‘The Clock Tower’ You will have to decide on a setting for your character, who your main character will be, what their power is etc.

.Art- For your art task today we would like you to watch the ‘Shadow drawing’ video on Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAX3OJdZZBo) then create your own shadow drawings. You will need to choose an object (or maybe your favourite toy) to draw. Once you have completed your drawings, please send them to me on Dojo and I will share them on our class story for the rest of the class to try and guess what it is you have drawn. Draw as many as you like!

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Thursday 14th May 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Read through the reminder cards, remembering how to use  equivalent fractions to help you to find percentages  of amounts(e.g.50% of 200. I know 50% if the same as ½ so ½ of 200 is 100). Then complete the activity,I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete. 

English- Write the story of the ballerina in the clock tower, you can use your description of the clocktower from yesterday as your opening- think about how the ballerina got there, what happens outside her window. 

Music- Take a look at the lesson created this week by the BYMT  Year 5  Music BYMT

Video yourself completing the final performance of the song you are being taught. Add them to the class powerpoint so that we can put them together and create one video.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Wednesday 13th May 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Read through the reminder cards, remembering how to find equivalent fractions and percentages from yesterday before completing the activity. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete. 

English- Imagine you are writing ‘The Clock Tower’ story, you open with a description of the tower. We would like you to write the description of the clock tower. Try to include some personification (giving the tower human qualities )in your description and use the word bank provided. (remember we used personification when we completed our work on The Day the Crayons Quit) e.g. It’s aching arms sagged under the immense weight. 

Science - We would like you to watch the ‘States of Matter’ video on BBC Bitesize (https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zkgg87h/articles/zsgwwxs). Then complete the activity on Purple Mash. You will be asked to identify the characteristics of solids, liquids and gases and fill out the sheet. Make sure you remember to save and turn it in.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Tuesday 12th May 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Today we are using our knowledge of fractions and linking them to percentages.Look through the PowerPoint to remind yourself about fractions and percentages before completing the activity. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete. Shade in the boxes or tell us how many squares you would shade if you cannot print the sheet.

English- Watch the video again from yesterday https://www.literacyshed.com/the-clock-tower.html 

Today we would like you to think carefully about each part of the story and create a Comic strip/ storyboard of the key parts of the story.  You can do this in a number of ways: on paper with pencils and pens, create a google slides version of the story or use purple mash- 2 create a story has been added in the ‘todos’. 

Topic- As you are aware, Friday was VE Day, but do you know what this historic event is? Do you know why it is important? And do you know why this year is such a significant year? Watch the video on BBC Bitesize (https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/history-ks2-ve-day/z7xtmfr) then complete the quiz on PurpleMash. If you would like to create a poster or poem to share all the information you have collected, please share it with us on Dojo. 

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Monday 11th May 2020 

Good morning, we hope you had a good weekend and took part in some of the VE day celebrations. We’d love to see what you got up to. 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Use short division (the bus stop method) to divide 4 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers. Read through the revision slides before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Watch the video https://www.literacyshed.com/the-clock-tower.html The Clock Tower story. Watch it through twice so you are familiar with the story then answer the comprehension questions. Try to develop your answers as much as possible. 

Computing-.Take a look at the powerpoint on false photography, learn all about how photographs are changed. Then take a photo of yourself on your device and make some editing changes. Share your original photo and your edited photo on the class PowerPoint. 

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Thursday 7th May 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Remember how to divide 3 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers using short division (the bus stop method). Look through the PowerPoint pages to refresh your memory of the steps we take to complete short division, before answering the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Watch the Waitrose Mother’s Day Advert – two times.

http://www.tellyads.com/play_advert/?filename=TA14580&advertiser=Waitrose&type=recent

Write down notes about what you remember. Do you think this is what the advertisers wanted you to remember? Complete Waitrose: Fact or Opinion?

Now complete Investigating Fact and Opinion. You can watch the adverts or you can read the Transcripts. It’s best to do both! Answer all the questions, using complete sentences and accurate punctuation. 

Music- Take a look at the lesson created this week by the BYMT  BYMT Year 5 Music Lesson

Video yourself completing the final performance of the song you are being taught. Add them to the class powerpoint so that we can put them together and create one video.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Wednesday 6th May 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Continue to practise using short and grid multiplication methods to multiply 1 digit numbers by 4 digit numbers (including decimals). Read through the revision pages to refresh your memory before completing the questions. I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Read Texts 1-6. Think about how they are different? What do they have in common?

Choose two of the texts to work with. Read the questions on Reflection Prompts. Think about your answers. Choose 5 or 6 of the questions and write your answers as sentences on

Reflection Answers.

Use the Revision Card to remind yourself about the features of Persuasive Writing.

Can you invent a new holiday destination and make an advert for it? Add your advert to the class PowerPoint.

Science- Watch the BBC Bitesize video https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zkgg87h/articles/z9ck9qt

Then explain your knowledge of reversible changes with water using the ‘reversible changes’ document on Purple mash (saved in your 2do’s) When you open the document there is also some additional information to read if you click on info.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Tuesday 5th May 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Revise grid and short multiplication methods. Have a look through the PowerPoint slides and refresh your memory on how to complete grid and short multiplication. Can you estimate your answers before working them out? 

I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Remind yourself about relative clauses with the Revision Card. 

Read Aardvark Man and Honey Woman and  highlight the relative clauses in the two paragraphs.

Use Ideas for a superhero to invent your own. Then write a paragraph about your superhero. Use relative clauses in your sentences. 

Topic-. Last week you learnt about the Battle of Britain. The Battle of Britain medal is one of the rarest of WW2, because it was given only to aircrew members of squadrons of Fighter Command who flew at least one operational exercise between 00.01 hrs 10th July and 23.59 hrs 31st Oct 1940. Take a look at the instructions about ‘How To Make A Battle of Britain Service Medal’ Use the instructions to create a service medal either out of clay/playdough or paper. TYou may want to create a pouch or small display box for their medals using fabric and/or thick card. You could also write small information cards to go with your medals. The cards could contain information about each medal’s owner (his/her name, age and significant achievements or moments of bravery, etc.).Share a picture of your work on the class PowerPoint or send a picture via dojo.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Monday 4th May 2020 

Good morning, we hope everyone has had a good weekend. 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Refresh your knowledge on common multiples and factors. Can you find the highest common factor of the pairs of numbers, then move on to finding the lowest common multiple of the pairs of numbers (use the revision pages to help you). I have included a mild and a hot sheet (one is slightly more challenging) I will leave it up to you to decide which sheet you wish to complete.

English- Read Superheroes I could have been. • What do you like about the poem? Is there anything that you dislike about it? Can you spot any patterns? Which is your favourite idea for a superhero? (Share your ideas with someone in your house)

Use the PowerPoint or Revision Card to learn about Relative Clauses and Relative Pronouns.. 

• Compete Superheroes relative clause tasks.

Choose one of the superheroes from Superheroes I could have been poem. Make an illustration of them, then label your illustration to explain their powers. Add your pictures to the class PowerPoint.

.Computing- Take a look at the computing powerpoint about creating effective passwords. You can complete the practise password task on the PowerPoint.

Then take the passwords quiz set on purple mash (in 2do’s).

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Friday 1st May 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Use your knowledge of the place value of decimals to multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000. E.g. 0.36 x 10 = 3.6 or 4.3 ➗ 100 = 0.043  (Remember when you multiply the digits move to the left. When you divide the digits move to the right)

English- Read about the three different school uniforms. Think about which of these uniforms would you prefer to wear and why?

Use the Revision Card to remind you about using commas to separate items in lists. Then complete Commas in Lists, practising separating items using commas.

Read the Writing Brief. Imagine and write about a school uniform that you have designed. We’re looking forward to reading about your fantastic ideas. You may also wish to draw your uniform to accompany your writing.

Art- Create a self portrait of yourself. You can use any medium you wish e.g. paint, collage, pencils etc. Once you have completed your self portrait take a picture and add it to the class gallery powerpoint if you can.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Thursday 30th April 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Place value of decimal numbers- Today we are going to revise our knowledge of decimal numbers by adding decimals, you should be able to complete these mentally or with a few jottings on paper. E.g. 2.304 + 0.05= 2.354

English-Read the Newspaper Article: Pupils Protest Over New Uniform Rules.

• Write notes about the article, to answer the questions Who,When, Where, What and Why.

Use the Revision Card to remind you about using commas to separate phrase and clauses.

Read the Writing Brief and try writing two paragraphs: one to argue for school uniform and one to argue against it. Remember to use commas to separate phrases and clauses.

PE: We would like you to create your own circuit training or assault course (dependent on how much space you have) You can take a picture of you completing your final assault course challenge or circuit. You may wish to write the instructions for your PE activity for others to recreate it. Add your pictures to the class PowerPoint.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Wednesday 29th April 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Place value of decimal numbers- Today we are going to revise our knowledge of decimal numbers looking at tenths and hundredths. We would lie you to compare decimals using the < and > symbols as well as round decimals e.g. 3.64 > 3.46 or 6.78 rounded to the nearest whole number (the answer is 7)

English- Make up some noun-phrases about a favourite place

• Think of a place that you love to be. It can be indoors or outdoors. Write it in the middle of a sheet of paper. • Try to think of six or more things that this place is for you. Why is it special? Look at Bedroom Example for ideas.

• Write each of your images as a descriptive expanded noun

Watch a video of Joseph Coelho explaining about playing with words.https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/english-ks1-ks2-poetry-playing-with-words/zmxf8xs

 Now for some writing (Follow the stages on Developing a Poem).

 • Turn your plan of expanded noun phrases into a poem.

Science: Today we would like you to look at reversible and irreversible changes. Watch bitesize video https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zcvv4wx/articles/z9brcwx. Then complete the Purple Mash activity ‘Reversible and Irreversible changes’ (you will find this in your 2do’s) Remember to explain your ideas fully using your scientific knowledge.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Tuesday 28th April 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Today we would like you to use your knowledge of Roman Numerals to show the dates of key historical events e.g. Great Fire of London MDCLXVI =1666

English- Use the Revision Card to remind you about Noun Phrases.

• Read the poem, ‘Red Ruby Rings’.

• Complete Expanded Noun Phrases, spotting and writing how nouns in the poem have been expanded.

Read Preparing to Perform. If you didn’t watch it yesterday,watch https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/english-ks1-ks2-understanding-poetry/zdwxbdm

• Practise a performance of Red Ruby Rings. Can you learn any lines off-by-heart?

Topic- Read through the Battle of Britain Slideshow on Purple Mash (you will find this in your 2dos) Once you have learnt all about The Battle of Britain tell me all about it in your own words on the using the ‘All about the Battle of Britain’ saved in your ‘2dos’. Remember to click hand in once you have completed your work.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Monday 27th April 2020 

Good morning, we hope everyone has had a good weekend. 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Refresh your knowledge of Roman Numerals- Then complete the next two numbers in the sequence writing them as Roman Numerals e.g. XI, XII, XIII, ____, _____ ( Missing numbers are XIV and XV)

English- Read the poem, ‘I am a writer’. Read it in your head first and then try

reading it out loud. 

Read the Reflection Prompts and think about your answers for each. Write a reflection on the poem, by writing some of your answers as sentences in the word document.

Watch the poet Joseph Coelho talk about how to perform a poem.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/english-ks1-ks2-understanding-poetry/zdwxbdm

This is really brilliant – you may want to watch it more than once!

• Practise a performance of ‘I am a writer’

Computing- . We would like you to watch the SMART CREW videos from the Childnet website https://www.childnet.com/resources/the-adventures-of-kara-winston-and-the-smart-crew (there are 5 videos chapters 1 to 5) Once you have watched the videos use the blank comic strip (in purple mash 2dos), to create your own short comic strip to tell the story of one of the letters of the SMART and/or give advice on one of the following topics: • S – Safe • M – Meet • A – Accepting • R – Reliable • T - Tell
You can use the ideas from the videos and apply these to your own character. 

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Friday 24th April 2020
 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Rounding 6 digit numbers to the nearest 100,000, 10,000 and 1000 e.g. 952,020 rounds to 1000,000English- Using the skills you have learnt this week, we would like you to write a description of the lighthouse picture. Remember to include: expanded noun phrases, prepositional phrases, snappy sentences and a relative clause.

Art- We would like you to use 2design on purple mash (in’todos’) to create a 3D piece of artwork. Select a net to begin you, you can then adjust the corner points to make the shape you wish. Remember to hand it in once you have finished.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Thursday 23rd April 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- looking at the number lines mark different 6 digit numbers on the correct places. If you are unable to print the sheet, tell us which numbers it would be placed between on the numberline e.g. 350,000 would be halfway between 300,000 and 400,000

English- Today we would like you to complete the house description worksheet. Use your knowledge of relative clauses, expanded noun phrases and prepositional phrases to write a description of the house.

PE: We would like you to keep active at home. Can you design your own workout, you can draw the instructions or take photos of you completing the workout.

Music: Following on from our newspaper report work in English we would like you to write a newspaper report based on a famous person visiting Poverest Primary School. This could be a popstar or another famous person. The template for this is saved in Purple Mash ‘2dos’.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Wednesday 22nd April 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- To add and subtract 1, 10, 100, 1000, 10,000 and 100,000 from different 6 digit numbers e.g. 473,699 + 10

English- Read through the relative clauses PowerPoint. Use the blank document to write your sentences with relative clauses in them (use the images in the PowerPoint for your sentences).

Science: Our new science topic for this half term is going to be materials. We would like you to watch the following video and see what materials you can see.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zu7bJ1qGCnM

Now log onto purple mash and select the materials document in 2dos. Now select three different materials you may have seen in the video and explain their properties.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Tuesday 21st April 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- To count back in steps through zero. Complete the missing numbers 

e.g. 20, 15, 10, 5, 0 ___, ___

English- Read and complete the prepositional phrases sheet. Now write ten sentences which include prepositional phrases (using the blank document on Google Classroom). You may like to pick an area of your house to write about, or a view from a window looking outside.

Topic- Our new topic for this term will be WW2- The Battle of Britain. Today we would like to find out what you know and what you would like to know. You can complete the table in google drive or on paper. Then take a look at the following links and answer the questions (also on google classroom):

http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/Britain.html

http://resources.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/Homework/war/index.htm 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/world_war2/

When did the Second World War start?

How did the Second World War Start?

What was the Phoney War?

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Monday 20th April 2020 

Good morning, we hope everyone has had a great Easter break.

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Ordering positive and negative numbers e.g. place the < or > between each pair of numbers to make the statement correct  -5 4 (the answer would be -5 < 4)

English- Read and complete the expanded noun phrases sheet. Now write ten sentences which include expanded noun phrases. You may like to pick an area of your house to write about, or maybe the view from your window looking outside.

Computing- We would like you to create an advert for your computer game. You can do this as a poster, a short video, a leaflet. It is completely up to you. Make sure it is eye catching and engaging for the audience.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Friday 3rd April 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- To decide which calculation is necessary to solve the problem. E.g. ____ + 320 = 850 or Adam has 320 health points. He finds a potion and ends up with 770. How many health points did he earn?

English- We would like you to write the rest of your newspaper report on Purple Mash today, remember to include quotes from your reporters interview on Tuesday. 

Art- We would like you to create a piece of art to represent an emotion. You can use any medium you like e.g. coloured pencils, paint, crayon, torn up magazines/newspapers. You could create a rain scene for sadness, a summer scene for happiness etc.. Add a photo of your work to the shared class doodle slide if you can or send a picture on Dojo.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/4022525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Thursday 2nd April 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- To use counting up to subtract 4 digit numbers from multiples of 1000 e.g. 1000 - 573 (they would start with 573 and count up to find the difference, they may choose to jump to the next multiple of ten. They can show this on a number line if they wish).

English- Today we would like you to create your headline for your newspaper report about The Lighthouse. Use the headlines document to help you to create a catchy headline. Then complete the reporters notes page before using the newspaper template in Purple Mash (Saved in your todos) to write the opening paragraph of your report. 

PE: We would like you to keep active at home. Take a video of yourself completing the Joe Wicks Workout. If possible share it with us on dojo. We would love to see.

Music: Listen Louis Armstrong’s ‘What a Wonderful World’. Now write your own version of what makes a wonderful world. There is a template to complete this on Purple Mash in your To dos. Once you have completed it click ‘hand in’. 

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Wednesday 1st April 2020
 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Revision of addition and subtraction of any 2 digit numbers as well as multiples of 10 and 100. E.g. 840 - 360 how quickly can you solve the calculation?

English- Create your own comic strip of the story of the Lighthouse keeper. You can do this in a number of ways: on paper with pencils and pens, create a google slides version of the story or use purple mash- 2 create a story has been added in the ‘todos’. 

Science: In the 'To Do' section of Purple Mash you will find a task to create an information sheet about different types of forces. Select an image and explain the forces that are being shown in that image and how that force works, you could include examples of where we see these forces in our everyday lives.

Once you have completed and saved the task. click 'hand in'.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Tuesday 31st March 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- to revise column addition and subtraction for four and five digit numbers. e.g 78,263 - 43,729

English- Rewatch the lighthouse video. As the journalist, write down 2 questions you would want to ask each character. Then answer your questions in the role as each character. 

Topic: For our topic this term, we have been learning about the Ancient Egyptians. Last week you created presentations on the rivers of the world.

For your Topic task this week, we would like you to create an information page on how the Ancient Egyptians used the River Nile. 

In ‘to dos’ on purple mash there is a template for you to complete this on if you wish. Once you have completed it click hand in. 

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Monday 30th March 2020 

Good morning, we hope everyone has had a good weekend. 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- to subtract pairs of 5 digit numbers using column subtraction e.g 45782 - 73561.

English- We would like you to watch the video the Lighthouse https://www.literacyshed.com/the-lighthouse.html

Then complete the Lighthouse comprehension.

Computing: Log onto purple mash and complete your 3D games once you have completed your game go to the ‘to do’ section and complete your game design planner, including a slogan and advert for your game as well as an evaluation.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Friday 27th March 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Continue revision of column subtraction of 5 digit numbers e.g. 43972 - 37479 pupils can complete the calculations using column subtraction (remember to take care when exchanging).

English- We would like you to continue to create an eye catching presentation about the Coronavirus, to give us more understanding about it and what is happening in the world right now. 

We would like you to complete one slide each day about a different aspect of the virus. E.g. How to Stay Safe. However, you may produce more than five slides by the end of the week.

Art: We would like you to create a piece of Doodle Art. It is a fun way to draw beautiful and original designs, with cute characters or random and abstract patterns. You may add colour if you wish. Add a photo of your work to the shared class doodle slide if you can or send a picture on Dojo.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525
Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Thursday 26th March 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Revision of column subtraction of 5 digit numbers e.g. 72846 - 47063 pupils can complete the calculations using column subtraction (remember to take care when exchanging).

English- We would like you to continue to create an eye catching presentation about the Coronavirus, to give us more understanding about it and what is happening in the world right now. 

We would like you to complete one slide each day about a different aspect of the virus. E.g. How to Stay Safe. However, you may produce more than five slides by the end of the week.

PE:: We would like you to keep active at home. Take a video of yourself completing the Joe Wicks Workout. If possible share it with us on dojo. We would love to see.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3LPrhI0v-w

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/4022525 Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Wednesday 25th March 2020 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- Revision of column addition of 4 and 5 digit numbers e.g. 23451 + 18325 pupils can complete the calculations using column addition.

English- We would like you to continue to create an eye catching presentation about the Coronavirus, to give us more understanding about it and what is happening in the world right now. 

We would like you to complete one slide each day about a different aspect of the virus. E.g. How to Stay Safe. However, you may produce more than five slides by the end of the week.

Science: In the 'To Do' section of Purple Mash you will find a task to create a fact file about Isaac Newton. Remember to read the information carefully at the beginning as all the information you need is on there. 
Once you have completed and saved the task. click 'hand in'.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Tuesday 24th March 2020
 

Good morning, 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- to add and subtract near multiples of 100 and 1000 and 10,000 e.g 52,435 + 20,030 (pupils would add 20000 and then add 30)

English- We would like you to continue to create an eye catching presentation about the Coronavirus, to give us more understanding about it and what is happening in the world right now. 

We would like you to complete one slide each day about a different aspect of the virus. E.g. How to Stay Safe. However, you may produce more than five slides by the end of the week.

Topic: For our topic this term, we have been learning about the Ancient Egyptians. We have looked at: Pharaohs, gods, pyramids, mummification, slaves, and briefly looked at rivers. 

For your Topic task this week, we would like you to create a ‘Google slides’ presentation of ‘Rivers of the World’.

You may want to include: The Nile River, The River Thames, Amazon River, Mississippi River (or any others you can think of).

Questions to think about: Where are they? How long are they? What do people use them for? What lives in them? What is the journey of the river? (And any other information you might find).

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/2240525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Monday 23rd March 2020 

Good morning, we hope everyone has had a good weekend. 

We have set the work today on each subject Google Classroom. If you cannot access Google Classroom the work can be completed on paper. 

Please see below the tasks set for today: 

Maths- to add and subtract near multiples of 100 and 1000 e.g 4735 - 705 (pupils would take away 700 and then subtract 5)

English- We would like you to create an eye catching presentation about the Coronavirus, to give us more understanding about it and what is happening in the world right now. We would like you to complete one slide each day about a different aspect of the virus. E.g. How to Stay Safe. However, you may produce more than five slides by the end of the week
.

Computing: Log onto purple mash and continue to create your 3D games.

This work can be completed in any order and at the time you wish. If you are completing the work on Google Classroom, we have included a document to add your work to so that we can check on your progress. If you are completing it on paper we would love to see a photo via dojo.

Remember to do lots of other fun activities in between your work e.g. playing board games, learning a new skill and reading. We would love to know what else you have been doing. 

If you finish a book you can still quiz at ukhosted65.renlearn.co.uk/4022525

Or add a review to your book powerpoint.

Spring 2 Week 2
 

This week was book week where the whole school focused on the text 'The Day the Crayons Quit' In year 5 we wrote persuasive letters from someone elses point of view. We explored 3D shapes in maths and enjoyed taking part in the whole school spelling bee competition. In science we designed and made foil boats which we thought would hold the most amount of weight.

Spring 2 Week 1
 

This week we started our new text, The Man who walked between the two towers. In Maths we looked at the different methods for multiplying, including decimal numbers. In Science we calculated upthrust and we continued our learning of databases in computing.

Spring 1 Week 6
 

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Spring 1 week 5​​ 

This week we have written a balanced argument about life as pharaoh and a slave in ancient Greek times. In maths we have worked hard on our understanding of fractions, finding equivalents, simplifying fractions and converting improper fractions to mixed numbers. We have continued to work on databases in computing and explored friction in science.

Spring 1 week ​​​​​4 

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Spring 1 week 3 

This week in English we have been enjoying retelling the story of ‘The Time-Slip Scarab’. We worked in groups to add actions to each section to help us to retell the story. We then created freeze frames for each part of the story, thinking about conveying the characters feeling through their facial expressions and body language.

Spring 1 week 2 

This week year 5 took part in an Egyptian theatre workshop day. The workshop focused on many elements of the ancient Egyptian life, the children were engaged in the characters and supported them in solving challenges to remove the curse which had been placed on the explorer. 

They also learnt Egyptian stories from different Egyptian gods and supported them in retelling the stories through actions. We are looking forward to using this in our upcoming work.

Spring 1 week 1 

This week in Science we began our new topic 'Forces'. We looked at the different forces which affect a falling object and used this to investigate how the surface area of an object affects the rate at which it falls. We kept all the variables the same, changing only one variable which was the surface area.

We discovered from the investigation that the smaller the surface area the faster it falls due to less air resistance acting on the object.

 

Autumn 2, Week 6  

This week in science we have been learning all about the phases of the moon, we really enjoyed showing the phases of the moon 🌑 🌒 🌓 with our biscuits. We then drew the phases of the moon and named them. 

We also enjoyed taking part in the TT Rock stars battles this week again Oak and Elder class. We are very pleased to announce that we won! Well done Elm class.

Autumn 2, Week 5 

This week we have enjoyed reading our new book ‘The Rain Player’ based on our topic. We learnt all about the rain god Chac and we wrote missing dialogue to be included in the story. We dramatised the scene and then developed this into a written dialogue.

We have had great fun learning all about common multiples by playing the common multiples game with our partner, we had to roll the dice to find two numbers and then workout the common multiple before crossing it off on our sheet. We then used this knowledge to help us to find factors.

Autumn 2, Week 4  

This week we worked on our narrative writing and wrote our own stories based on the story structure of ‘The Tunnel’ by Athony Browne. We created our story mountains and developed this ideas into paragraphs building and developing our narratives. We used a variety of grammatical features to aid cohesion in our writing.

Autumn 2, Week 3  

On Monday we took part in our remembrance assembly and wrote remembrance acrostic poems, using a variety of language features.

We also had a great time on our year 5 trip to the cinema in Bromley to see The Grinch.  

We used what we saw in the film to write our own free verse poems about the Grinch. 

Autumn 2, Week 2 

In science this week we looked at the different stages of human development and created our own informative timeline to show the changes that occur as we age..

We had a fantastic time learning traditional Bollywood dance. We learnt the meanings of the different moves and connected them together to form a dance which we performed. 

Autumn 2, Week 1  

We had a great fun on Monday morning creating our clay tiles for the whole school Artsmark project. We were creating intricate carved designs as well as adding some 3D elements. Take a look at our photos.

 

11th October
 

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This week we have...

7th May 2018
 

This week we are understanding percentages and finding percentages of amounts, related fractions and decimals.  Sewing is a skill to be learnt this week. It will help us to join fabrics together to make a slipper.

 

1st May 2018
 

We are travelling to Jamaica this week finding out the climate, wildlife and food that makes it a holiday destination.  Science involves investigating which paper will drop from a fixed point quicker- flat, scrunched up or folded.

 

24th April 2018
 

We are continuing to write reports focusing on places where we might like to visit on holiday looking at the differences between fact and opinion. In P.E. we are practicing the skills needed for Tag Rugby.

 

17th April 2018
 

17th April 2018, Elm Class are looking at features of Non-chronological reports and using these to write a report on a variety of countries. Understanding the value of numbers and using four operations to manipulate digits.

 

 19th March

This week whilst some pupils were at Kemnal College, the rest of us took the opportunity to make Easter gardens from our designs. Please have a look at our gallery. Pupils who had the opportunity to go to Kemnal this week made key rings out of recycled plastic. They have also started their next project, making model cars. 

12th March 

This week we practiced and performed our class assembly. We would like to say thank you to those parents who were able to take time out of their busy day to support all of us.

5th March 

After a week of snow last week, we have had a week of assessments. This has included, Maths, English, reading and Science. On Thursday we had the opportunity to build a tall tower out of Lego in order to make the largest profit. This workshop was lead by Neilcott.

19th February 

We have completed reading our class text ‘Wolf Brother’ by Michelle Paver. We have taken the time to complete detail character sketches using evidence from the text to support our writing.

In Maths we have consolidated our knowledge by calculating perimeter and area of regular and irregular shapes.

Pupils returned to Kemnal College to continue their STEM project. This week they made cookies, including ‘jammie dodgers’.

5th February 

Ten pupils have had the opportunity to visit Kemnal Technology College in a STEM project. They made home-made burgers that smelt and tasted delicious. As a class this week pupils planned, designed and made bridges that would support at least one dictionary entirely out of paper! Have a look at our photos and see our successful model bridges.

22nd January 

Total success with our written scary stories! When you attend open afternoons or parents evening, please take time to read our stories.Accordion content 

15th January
 

This week we have continued to draft our scary stories. We are applying our learning, by using short sentences, adverbials and descriptive adjectives to create suspense.

Some pupils have been brave enough to play a solo on the Fife during our music lesson with Lizzie.

8th January 

This week we have been pleased to welcome Mr Greenwood back to our Maths lessons on Tuesdays. He makes learning maths fun, through games and challenges.

Writing spooky/scary stories is our genre in English. We have learnt to focus on making our language descriptive and used short sentences to bring about tension.

2nd November
 

On Thursday 2nd November, Elm class went to the Science Museum in London. Pupils were able to consolidate their learning in class of the topic Earth, Space and Beyond.

18th October 

Pupils have been drawing self portraits and working on mixing secondary colours from the three primary colours - red, blue and yellow

4th October 

Pupils have been reading The Twits by Roald Dahl. We have looked closely at the characters of Mr and Mrs Twit.

27th September 

We have had an exciting week in Elm, writing our first story drafts in creative writing. Children have shown depth in their imagination, demonstarting the ability to create vivid pictures...as well as smells (I'll say no more) to set the scene and introduce the first character. Expect a further update next week.

Elm also had the opportunity with Year 6 to take part in a 'Team Building Lego Workshop'. There are more details on the school newsletter, with pictures as well.

20th September 

On Monday 18th September, Elm class joined Oak class on an exciting educational visit to the Royal Opera House in London. Pupils watched a live performance of the Magic Flute.

Elm have continued learning about Earth, Space and Beyond this week, as we tracked how the sun appeared to move across the sky. We noted how the shadows cast varied in size.

Finally, in our music lesson we able to keep the 'beat'. Pupils were given balloons to practise how long they can blow on one breath.

13th September 

This week in literacy we have studied instructional texts. In mathematics we have been learning about place value and enjoyed an exciting number game lesson with Mr Greenwood. We created Mnemonic to remember the order of the planets from the sun in science. In art we look at Ochre colours and created landscapes. We explored the book of Kells in RE and looked at what is beautiful to God.

6th September
 

Welcome back to Poverest and the start of year 5. This week we have set our new targets and enjoyed the start of our new Egyptian topic. We began problem solving in maths.