Welcome to Year 5’s page!
Here we will share pictures and information about some of the interesting things we have been doing in class.
We hope you enjoy looking at what we've been up to!
Miss Meeson, Miss Ormonde-Church,Mr Kinder, Mrs Spence, Miss Caroll and Miss Drury.
Yay!! Today is our last day of isolation as we are back at school on Monday. I am so proud of all of you for your hard work in our small group sessions and for having such lovely positive attitudes. I'm have really enjoyed our online learning but I'm really excited about seeing you all again on Monday.
REMEMBER that there are NO afternoon small groups today but you do have a maths activity to do. Story will be at 12 o'clock before lunch
Today ou will be writing your own internal monologue for Morrigan. There is a prompt sheet to help with this on the documents that I have added.
We are going to be learning about prime numbers. You need a 100 square (and 101-200 for the extension) for this activity so if you can't print one of then you need to have one drawn out.
For Art, you are going to make some wonderful Autumn prints. I have attached a video to show you how to do it.
Nadia has been busy making a wonderful volcano and has even included lots of wonderful information about volcanos, which she has displayed on little flags. How wonderfully creative!
We had another great and very fun day yesterday. Two more to go, until we are back together.
Here are your instructions for today
Carrying on with the comprehension that I set yesterday
Today we are going t be learning about an internal monologue and trying to think about what Morrigan's internal monologue might be when she first enters the Hotel Decualion
We have done lots of work on multiples, factors and common factors this week so today you are going to be looking at lots of different questions about these and thinking about how to answer them (to stop us from making 'silly mistakes')
Today you will be learning about the ten commandments. Mrs Shea has included more detailed instructions which have been attached with the all the other work for today.
You have an extra RE lesson this week to make up for the one that you missed last Monday when we got sent home.
- All groups English Internal monologue sheet.docx
- All groups Factors Sheet 1.pdf
- All groups Common Factors Sheet 1.pdf
- All groups Multiples Sheet 1.pdf
- Answers for Common Factors Sheet 1.pdf
- Answers for Multiples Sheet 1.pdf
- Answers for Factors Sheet 1.pdf
- RE Home Learning Task 24-11-20.docx
- RE - 10 Commandments.docx
Another fabulous day of learning Year 5!! Not long left now until we are back together in the classroom.
Here are your instructions for today
Guided Reading (Wednesday and Thursday)
Please complete the Nevermoor comprehension that I have set. You don't have to finish it all today as it should last until tomorrow.
Today we are going to be hunting for evidence in the text that Nevermoor is an imaginary world.
In our small group today we will be learning about common factors of numbers. Please do not do the sheets on the website before the lesson as I would like us to work through it together first.
Today you have a comic to read and a problem to solve. I'm not telling you anymore than that. I would love to see photographs of you investigations.
Here are some more super challenges to complete https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUM3RlKkcvc
- All groups Nevermoor Comprehension pages 72-74.docx
- Yellow Maths Common Factors.docx
- Blue Maths Common Factors.docx
- Green Maths Common Factors.docx
- All groups ENGLISH evidence chart.docx
- Science investigation instructions.pdf
- Science Comic for the investigation.pdf
- All groups 100 squares.pdf
- Blue Common Factors Answers.pdf
- Green and Yellow Common Factors with answers.pdf
- Blue and Green Common Factors.pdf
- Blue and Green Common Factors with answers.pdf
- Blue Common Factors 2.pdf
Another brilliant day yesterday with lots of new learning happening! Well done everyone.
Here are today's instructions
Today you have a vocabulary task based on Nevermoor. If you were listening carefully to the story yesterday, I explained what some of these were. Let's see who remembers.
Colour the boxes of matching a word and defintion the same colour and then answer the questions about the word.
Today you will be starting to write Morrigan's diary about Bid Day. Don't forget to include all the features that we have talked about in our lessons (these are on diary sheets that I have posted on here, just in case you have forgotten.
Following on from our work on multiples and factors. We are going to be working together in our small group session to solve some reasoning problems.
I would like you to continue with your volcanoes projects. Well done to Nikola and Julia for your amazing working volcanoes! A great link with our Science too.
Here are some tricky challenges for you to do. Please be careful and make sure that you have enough space to do them.
- Times tables poster.pdf
- Yellow Multiplication Square.pdf
- Tuesday ALL GROUPS Diary prompt and lined paper.docx
- Tuesday ALL GROUPS Diary prompt and lined paper.dot
- Yellow Factor and Multiples Worksheet.docx
- Tuesday ALL GROUPS Diary prompt and lined paper.pdf
- All GROUPS Guided Reading Vocabulary task based on Nevermoor chapter seven.docx
- Blue and Green Factors and Multiples Reasoning problems.docx
Here are Julia and Nikola's videos of their working volcanoes. I wonder if you know how they did this?
Our first Geography project has come in.rnNikola has made a superb volcano using dough!! I have never thought of using dough to do this, but it's such a good idea!!rnOutstanding work Nikola!!! Julia has been busy making a volcano too. Watch our for the video
Well done for a super week on online learning! I'm really really proud of you. Only one more week to go. We can do this!
Here are your tasks for today.
Today you will be looking at how the author has used language to engage the reader. Can you compare my boring sentences to Jessica Townsend's? Why has she chosen the words that she has? What is trying to show you or make you feel?
In preparation for writing our own diaries, today you we will be looking at a range of diary entries and trying to identify whether they content the features of good diary writing.
Today we will be learning about factors. This is a brand new topic so we will work on this during our group time and you can complete the acitivites afterwards.
Mrs Shea would like you do some activities about Abraham and Sarah. She has very kindly sent a sheet over with the instructions. I have put this with all the other resources that you need for today.
THIS WEEKS SCIENCE (Wednesday)
You will be investigating the best material to act as an insulator.
For this experiment you will need :
a selection of materials (e.g. aluminium foil, Styrofoam cup, plastic wrap or cling film, plastic bubble wrap, cotton wool, fabric) to test as potential insulators.
Some ice cubes
- Monday Blue and Green Diary Examples to Annotate.pdf
- RE storyboard template.pdf
- ALL GROUPS RE Online Task 20-11-20.docx
- ALL GROUPS RE Task Instructions.docx
- Blue and Green Factors pairs worksheet.pdf
- ALL GROUPS Guided Reading.docx
- Blue and Green Factors pairs worksheet.docx
- Yellow Factor and Multiples Worksheet.docx
- RE Abraham and Sarah writing activity.pdf
- RE Pictures of the story.pdf
- Monday Analysing features of a diary.pdf
- RE Speech and Thought Bubble Activity.pdf
- RE Abraham and Sarah PDF.ppt
- RE Abraham and Sarah Powerpoint.ppt
- Yellow Multiplication Square.pdf
- Yellow diary writing checklist.pdf
- Yellow diary writing frame.pdf
Please be aware that our morning meeting will now be accessed via the small group Zoom link so that the children don't have to log in and out after it.
Complete the comprehension from yesterday
I have put a diary entry of Red Riding Hood on the website. You will exploring the features of a diary and trying to find them in the diary of Red Riding Hood.
Blue group to complete the two star sheets
Green and Yellow group to complete the one star sheets.
I will talk about this with you in our small group time.
We will be focusing on multiples and playing a game to try and find all the multiples of different numbers. I have put a record sheet on the website, but you will be able to draw your own if you can't so don't worry.
I have attached the record sheet for our solubility investigation. I will go through this during group time and then you will be free to investigate at home and present your results to me next week.
Here is the link to the video that we watched in our small group session today
You should all have received an email with your colour groups and times for your small group learning today so please make sure that you have checked for this.
Guided Reading for Thursday AND Friday
Please complete the comprehension based on pages 50-51 of Nevermoor (our class novel). You only need to do the comprehension for your colour group. If you can print them off then please keep them safe as I would like to stick them into your books when we return to school. If you are having trouble printing, then you can write your answers on a sheet of paper which I would still like you to keep.
English Today you will be writing your (Morrigan's) formal letter to the Jackalfax Jam Society. We will discuss this during our small group session. I have uploaded the formal and informal sorting activity that we did on Monday. You don't have to do this, but it will help you with your letter if you can see it when you are writing (either on screen or printed out).
I have also uploaded a few examples of formal letters. We will discuss these during our small group, but they are there for you if you want to use them to help you.
Maths Blue and Green groups have planet sheets today where you will be reading information from a table. We will discuss these in our group sessions.
Yellow group don't need to print anything off but you will need some squared paper (if possible)
Geography I have attached lots of information about volcanos and I would like you to research volcanos and present your information in any way that you would like. This could be a poster, an information booklet, a powerpoint or even a video where you can be the presenter of a show about volcanos. This doesn't need to be finished until we come back to school as it is a big project to do. Everyone who completes a project will win FIVE raffle tickets for our super prize box, but be warned, this has to be quality work.
Here are some links to videos about volcanos
I have also attached a model volcano for you to make and a top trumps volcano card game. You do not have to do these, but they might be fun.
- Yellow formal and informal words for sorting X 6.docx
- Green Planets information table.docx
- Green and Blue formal and informal words for sorting.docx
- Green Planet questions about the table.docx
- Yellow Four stages of an apology letter prompt sheet for children.doc
- Green Planet questions ANSWERS.docx
- Blue Planet questions about the table.docx
- Green and Blue Stages of an apology letter prompt sheet for children.doc
- Blue Planet questions about the table ANSWERS.docx
- Blue and Green Guided Reading Thursday and Friday.docx
- Blue Planets information table.docx
- Green and Blue Formal apology letter examples.docx
- Yellow Guided Reading Thursday and Friday.docx
- Geography volcano labelling worksheets all levels.pdf
- Geography volcano cross section poster and information.pdf
- Geography volcanos top trumps card game.pdf
- Geography Volcano-Cross-Section-Paper-Model.pdf
- Geography volcano powerpoint.pdf
- Geography volcano powerpoint.ppt
- Maths Fluent in Five Thursday 19.11.20.docx
Here are your instructions for today.
Guided Reading - Today you have a fun maths vocabulary reading comprehension. It's very tricky, but you'll enjoy it. I have also attached an inference task so you can both or, if the maths one is too tricky, just do the inference task.
English - In English, you are going to do some work on determiners as it is an area that you weren't too sure on so it would be good for you to have a refresher about it.
Maths - Today you will be reading information from two way tables. I will help you with these during our whole class Zoom session in the morning (if I can get my computer screen to share). If the work looks too tricky, I have also added some easier work about different types of data handling so you could do those instead.
Don't forget to do Fluent in Five. Remember that some of you are not expected to do every question so please don't worry if some are too tricky at the moment.
History- You will be learning about Roman mosiacs. I have attached a zip file containing a powerpoint about mosaics and some sheets on which to create your own mosaics. I would love to see them so please send them to me.
PE - Today you have an ultimate fitness challenge. See how many minutes you can manage. Try it every day and see if you can beat your score. As always, make sure that you are wearing trainers and are in a nice safe space where you will not bump into anything.
- Explanation of the types of determiners.docx
- Wednesday ANS6-Timetables.pdf
- Maths Fluent in Five Wednesday 18.11.20.docx
- Different types of determiners activity sheets.pdf
- Wednesday ANS4-Read-and-interpret-tables.pdf
- Wednesday -ANS5-Two-way-tables.pdf
- Wednesday WO4-Read-and-interpret-tables-2019.pdf
- Wednesday WO6-Timetables-2019.pdf
- Maths vocabulary reading comprehension.pdf
- Answer Sheet.pdf
- Inference based on The Drop Off by Pascal Campion.docx
- Roman Mosaic Colouring Sheets.pdf
- Roman Mosaics Presentation.pdf
- Roman Mosaics Presentation.pptx
From tomorrow, Wednesday 18.11.20 we will be having a Zoom meeting every morning at 9.30am.
In addition to this, I have assigned you all to a colour group and we will be doing separate small group teaching sessions. I will send an email to parents about your colour group with the details of what times I will expect to see you. These will start on Thursday 19.11.20 to allow me time to arrange a timetable and get it sent out to everyone.
Also, for our Science on Friday this week I would like you to see if you can collect some of the following solids for an experiment:
flour, sugar (brown is best but any will do), bicarbonate of soda, green tea (or normal tea), coffee, bath salts (other salt is fine if you don't have these.
You will also need a clear glass or clear plastic cup, some water, measuring cups (if possible) and a space to investigate.
Before Friday, I would like you to make a prediction about what will happen to each of the solids you have, if you put them in water. I would also like you to think about how we can make our test fair for each solid that we test. If our test isn't fair, then we can't compare our results.
Please don't do the test before we have spoken about it.
Guided Reading Today you have a vocabulary task. You have to correctly match the word and definition from our class novel and then complete the little task at the end of each one. Remember to use a dictionary if you are not too sure. There are dictionaries online if you don't have one at home.
English Today you will be using was and were correctly as this is something that many of us struggle with.
Remember that was is singular (just one), were is plural (more than one) e.g I was going to the shop (singular as it is just one person or group). We were going to the shop (plural) The girl's were going to the shop (plural).
Please do the was/were sorting activity first and then complete the sentences.
I do expect your handwriting and presentation to but just as neat at home as it is at school. Make sure that you write the long date and title and underline them both.
Maths You were sent home with your maths sheets for today, but if you have misplaced them I have put them on the website. I know that some of you are finding this tricky so you can ask for help from your parents. If you still need help then do not worry as I will help you with on Wednesday if you email me and let me know.
PE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9XIGs_lu4g Here is a link for some fun physical activity challenges for you to do. WEAR SUITABLE FOOTWEAR to do these activities please.
Music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n52S7j3mKuo&feature=youtu.be Here is a link to a performance of Harry Styles 'Watermelon Sugar' song. It sounds very different and is played on an instrument that you may never have seen before. There are some fun activities for you to join in with. It's important for us to listen to music played live and to hear a range of different instruments. After each song, you will meet a new and exciting instrument that I know you will have never seen before.
Can you design your own percussion instrument? How would you make the sounds?
- was and were sorting circles.docx
- was and were sentences with answers.docx
- Tuesday Vocabulary task based on Nevermoor pages 1-6.docx
- Maths Fluent in Five Tuesday.docx
Well here we are again Year 5 but I know that you are all going to keep working super hard and these two weeks will fly by!
I am going to upload some work for tomorrow but I won't be able to answer any emails as I am on an all day webinar and then going straight into parent's consultation meetings.
I will be arranging Zoom sessions for different groups within the class as it is quite difficult to have you all on at the same time, although we will have a morning meeting for everyone where we will say our morning prayers together and do the register. We will then read more of our class novel Nevermoor, so make sure that you are there or you will miss out on the adventures of Morrigan Crow (and you don't want to do that!!!)
Make sure that you check on the website every morning to find out the times that you need to log onto Zoom. I will try to keep the times the same everyday. We will have a whole class Zoom session on Wednesday morning at 9.30am and the group sessions will start on Thursday.
Missing you all, already
Miss M x
ps Have you looked at all the photos further down the website of some of our learning so far?
Today we designed and made our own filters to see if we could separate the dirt from the water to try and making clean water. We were shown a list of materials that we could use and had to design our own filter. Miss Meeson only gave us a few clues, but we still managed to work it out for ourselves. We were astonished with how well our filters worked!! We learnt that filters like these are important in countries that don't have clean water.
Today we remembered all those people who lost their lives in the World Wars. We honoured their memories by creating some beautiful art work, which we have proudly displayed outside our classroom
Today we learnt about viscosity (how thick a liquid is). We had to design an investigation to test different liquids. Most of use decided to use a ramp and time how long it took the liquid to reach the bottom. After we did this, we had to evaluate our investigation and decide what we would change if we did the investigation again. We identified how if we didn't use a measuring spoon, that it wouldn't be a fair test as we put different amounts on each spoonful. We also thought that it might be interesting to test different brands of the same liquid.
Today we used maps and atlases to find out the location of many of the world's active and dormant volcanos. It was really tricky, but we persevered and were able to spot nearly all of them. Hawai was really tricky for us to find!!
Today we have been exploring the effects that adverbials and adjectives have on sentences. We found out that we can move the adverbials around to focus more emphasis on the them and about the role that adjectives can play in helping us to make inferences about a character.
Here is the Guided Reading on 'Sky Hawk' the focus text during today's English with Mrs McGrath via Zoom. Re-read the text and attempt all the questions after the Zoom Meeting - after lunch Mrs McGrath will upload the answers so you can have some reflection time and see how you did! Zoom Meeting with be at 10am with Mrs McGrath
Hello Year 5. I hope you all had a lovely weekend and are ready for your final week of home learning! 5EO you just have until Thursday as we are back together on Friday. I can't wait. 5DM you are back a week on Monday so you have a full week of home learning. We are uploading your work for the week rather than a daily upload due to the different days you are returning. Please don't get it all done in the first day it is to last all week. Your History and Geography projects from last week are to be finished this week. The maths challenges refer to the different year groups but they are all worth doing as they are all great opportunities for revision. We have also included the answers for the maths challenges to help you mark once you have finished. The Guided Reading has 3 different levels of questions 1 star up to 3 stars. 1 star are the easier questions and 3 stars are the harder questions. Pick whichever level you feel is appropriate. Don't forget your assignments on spelling shed and of course keep working on your times tables on TT Rockstars. If you go on youtube you can listen to chapter 7 and 8 of the Thieves of Ostia and you will see the lady we have heard from already. For the creative writing, there are lots of different challenges so pick one to do a day. As always our emails are open to hear from you. Take care and work hard. Miss Ormonde-Church and Miss Meeson.
- RE online task 12-10-20.docx
- Guided Reading 3 levels on one document.pdf
- Modal verbs and adverbs of possibility home learning booklet.pdf
- Maths Challenges ANSWERS.PDF
- Maths Challenges 5 and 6.pdf
- Maths Challenges 1 and 2.pdf
- Maths Challenges 3 and 4.pdf
- Modal verbs powerpoint.ppt
- Adverbials for linking sentences home work book.pdf
Hi everyone, It was great to see you all happy and smiling on Zoom yesterday. Hope you are all doing well. Our first week of isolation is nearly over and that is something to celebrate! Only one more week (or just five more school days) until we are back together!! Here are todays activities.
Hello, hope you're all doing okay and are finding the home learning alright. This time next week we will be back in the classroom. Not long to go and I can't wait to see you all. One more day of home learning before you have a break for the weekend. Remember to send over any work or any questions you have or if you just want to say hello. Take care and stay safe.
Hello all, hope you're still managing well with your home learning! Keep sending over your work, it's lovely to see what some of you are up to! Please see today's work. Work hard and take care.
Hi everyone, hope you are all doing well and are accessing the online learning that I am setting for you. Your instructions for today are on the document that is called INSTRUCTIONS for work. Don't forget to send me photos or your learning.
- Thursday 8.10.20 Instructions for work.docx
- History - The story of Boudica.docx
- History Comic-Book-Templates.pdf
- English Semi colon jigsaw game.pdf
- Maths word problems 3 levels Add more than 4-digits worksheets.pdf
- Maths word problems three levels-Add more than 4-digits worksheets .pdf
- Squared paper for maths.doc
- Fluent in Five PORTRAIT 8.10.20.docx
- Fluent in Five 8.10.20.docx
I would like to invite you to a zoom morning meeting at 9.30am each day where I will do a register to check you are all okay and well and then we can have a chat about the tasks of the day before reading the next chapter of Thieves of Ostia. I will not be doing these on Saturday or Sunday so please disregard any reminder for those days.
Your parents will have received an email today with the details on so please ask them to check for you.
I hope to see you all there!!!!!
Miss M x
Hi everyone, Here is your home learning for today. Your instructions are on a sheet and altogether in once place. You have a fun investigation to do in Science today so it would be great if you could send me some photos or even short video clips of you doing this experiment. Don't forget to send photos of your learning to me and ask me if you have a problem or are struggling with a particular question. Miss M xx
- Wednesday Sentences to link with a semi colon.docx
- Wednesday Sentences to link using conjunctions.docx
- Wednesday Maths six digit number adding calculations ANSWERS.docx
- Wednesday Sentencces to add conjunctive adverb and semi colon..docx
- Wednesday Maths six digit number adding calculations.docx
- Fluent in Five 7.10.20.docx
- Wednesday meanings and sentences for conjunctive adverbials small print.docx
- Wednesday maths word problems ANSWERS.docx
- Wednesday maths word problems.docx
- Wednesday 7.10.20 Instructions for work.docx
- Experiment to find the best carrier bag for Mrs McGrath.docx
Hello, As you may have seen the other Year 5 class have their own home learning on the website, make sure that you are completing the correct work. I hope day 2 of home learning has gone well. Please see the home learning for today. As always please send me an email if there is anything I can help with. Take care and stay safe.
Watch out for your Spelling Shed passwords. Your teacher will be sending them out to you by individual emails.
Hi everyone, So sorry that I didn't see you today and that we may be apart for a few days, but that doesn't stop us from learning. Guided Reading - Slavery in the Roman Empire (should last you all week). There are two versions of this. If you had the whole text to read then you need to do the separate text and questions sheets but if you had the text broken into bits with questions underneath then you should continue with that one. English - You will be learning about how to use semi colons OR using conjunctions (If you understand the conjunction sheet then you need to do the semi colon ones) Maths - Fluent in Five and Finding the half way point between a negative and positive number (we started this in class yesterday) Geography - Finding the location of dormant and active volcanos around the world. (see the plan for weblinks) I will be sending out your SPELLING SHED log ins on an individual email to your parents so please watch out for these. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any help or have any questions at all.
- Tuesday sentences to replace conjunctions with semi colons.docx
- Fluent in Five 6.10.20.docx
- Tuesday Sentences to link using conjunctions.docx
- Can I find the half way point between a negative and positive number ANSWERS.docx
- Can I find the half way point between a negative and positive number.docx
- Lesson 2 Where in the world are volcanos.docx
- 5DM Guided Reading Slavery in the Roman Empire 6 to 9th October.docx
- Resource world map and list of active and dormant volcanos and where they are.PDF
- Week 5 - Slavery in the Roman Empire Text.docx
- Week 5 Slavery in the Roman Empire questions.docx
Hello, I hope you all found day 1 of home learning okay. I have attached some work for English, Guided Reading, Maths, PE and Geography. As always please send me an email to let me know if there is anything that I can help with. I also want to see what you are up to as well. Hope you're all working hard and staying safe.
Hello Year 5! I know this isn't how we would have liked to start a new week but it is all to make sure that we are keeping each other safe. It will be no time before we are back together in the class room.
In the meantime, I will be uploading our learning that we would have done in class onto here. I will be uploading English, Maths and Guided Reading everyday and then will be uploading a topic activity each day too.
All the work will be below this message.
If you or your parents have any queries during our time working from home please email me email@example.com.
I would love to hear and see what you have been up to while we haven't been together.
Take care, stay safe and see you all in 2 weeks.
Your instructions for each activity are all on the same word document. It is really important you read through my instructions clearly. It is even more important that you work just as hard at home as you do in school. Remember if you need any help, email me. Audio recording of chapter 4 Thieves of Ostia - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QeFpJpdajZc For maths I have found an online teaching lesson for what we need to be doing, please use this to help with the activities. https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/rounding-6-digit-numbers-to-the-nearest-1000-10-000-and-100-000-65gked Work hard!
I am uploading this document to reassure you as parents that all precautions are being taken to ensure that our trip is COVID secure.
Today in 5DM we have started to learn about the different layers of the Earth. This will help us to understand more about volcanos. To do this we all made our very own model Earths which included the Inner Core, Outer Core, Mantle and Crust from different colours of playdough. When we cut our Earths in half we could clearly see the different layers which we then labelled with little flags. Not only did we learn about the layers of the Earth, but we also learnt about perseverance as it was quite a tricky job to do.
Today 5DM have been researching the Romans using the internet and have also begun to learn how to make their own powerpoint. We will be working on this every Thursday afternoon for the next few weeks with our end result being some amazing powerpoints containing our non chronological reports about the Romans. Today we learnt how save images and to change the background on the powerpoint (including using pictures as a background) Watch this space as we will upload them onto the website so you can also find out about Roman life. All lap tops (screens, keyboards and covers)were cleaned before and after use to ensure children were COVID safe
5DM have been learning about the difference between similes and metaphors and we decided to take our learning outdoors. The children had to hunt and correctly sort the similes and metaphors into their table. We then went back to class and identified what the metaphors meant e.g. 'The teacher was a dragon' - The children thought this meant that the teacher was very angry and had no patience and roared at the children very much like a dragon would. 'The children were flowers growing up in a concrete jungle' - The children decided that this meant that the children grew, blossomed and brought life and beauty to the world and that the concrete jungle was their homes and cities.
This week Year 5DM have been studying the picture book FLOTSAM. It is a story about a young boy who finds an old box camera washed up in the sea. He gets the film developed and is astounded to see the photos and the unbelievable sights that can be seen below the sea.rnrnWe started off by exploring lots of FLOTSAM and trying to predict who it belonged to, what era they were from, what their job might be and what type of person they might be.rnWe then looked at photographs and back stories of the people and tried to match them together.rnrnWe also got to explore two box cameras. We were able to look right inside and see where the camera film would have gone and we learnt how camera film was developed. It amazed many of us!rnrnWe have more to explore with our book and are excited to find out what happens next!
Here we are at the start of a new school year. It's been a strange time but we can't wait to see you all and to start our exciting Year 5 journey. We'll have lots of fun with our learning along the way.
There will be a Zoom welcome meeting on 9th September at 4pm so please check your texts for the passcode and link.
Miss M (5DM) and Miss O-C (5EO) x
You are all absolute treasures and I know that you are going to do brilliantly in Year 6.
Have a great Summer, have fun and come back all refreshed in September.
Thanks for a great year!
I would also like to bid a fond farewell to Mrs Beaumont, who is leaving St Philip's to take up a new exciting role in a different school. I am very sad to see her leave and I'm sure that you will alll wish her well on her new journey.
Miss M x
I have attached several home learning packs. Please choose whichever interests you the most. I do not expect this all done in one week. I have attached lots just in case you would like to keep busy during the holidays.
- Y5 Summer Block 5 PPT2 Compare volume 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 5 WO3 Estimate volume 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 5 PPT4 Estimate capacity 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 5 PPT3 Estimate volume 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 5 ANS2 Compare volume 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 5 WO4 Estimate capacity 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 5 ANS4 Estimate capacity 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 5 PPT1 What is volume 2020.pptx
- Y5 Summer Block 5 ANS3 Estimate volume 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 5 WO2 Compare volume 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 5 ANS1 What is volume_ 2020.pdf
- (3) Yr 5 Millimetres and Millilitres worksheets.pdf
- (4) Yr 5 Millimetres and Millilitres worksheets.pdf
- (5) Yr 5 Millimetres and Millilitres worksheets pptx.pdf
- (2) Yr 5 Kilograms and Kilometres worksheets.pdf
- (1) Yr 5 Kilograms and Kilometres worksheets.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 4 WO2 Millimetres and millilitres 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 4 WO1 Kilograms and kilometres 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 4 ANS2 Millimetres and millilitres 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 4 ANS1 Kilograms and kilometres 2020.pdf
Lesson 1 Reading Comprehension
Lesson 2 Reading Comprehension continued
Lesson 3 Identifying key features of a text
Lesson 4 SPAG focus lesson
Lesson 5 Using key features to write your own composition
Hi Everyone, It's Mrs Beaumont here sneaking onto your class page... Sports day is one of my favourite days of the year. I didn't want us to miss out this year so on Tuesday 6th July our school is taking part in a virtual sports day against other schools. All you have to do is have a go at some of the activities attached and submit your scores here by 12 noon on Wednesday 8th July - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfdEX8xOo-PtkFwasg0B7deXM1uzvMQMFAPwpKCU9yEKG6qqg/closedform. You do not have to do all of the activities and can pick and choose which ones you would like to do. The more points you submit for our school the bigger our chance of winning. There are awards of sports equipment goody bags for Team work, Determination and Passion. BUT REMEMBER- The most important thing is to have LOTS OF FUN! Just like we always do at our St Philip's Sports Days! For more details and all the activities see the attached document.
This week I would like to use the interactive learning sessions on Oak National Academy.
Oak Academy Lessons LESSON 1 INTRO TO TRANSLATION https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/an-introduction-to-translation Follow this link and it will lead you to a full set of lessons to support your learning in this area.
- Y5 Summer Block 3 WO3 Reflection with coordinates 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 3 WO5 Translation with coordinates 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 3 WO2 Reflection 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 3 ANS5 Translation with coordinates 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 3 WO4 Translation 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 3 ANS2 Reflection 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 3 WO1 Position in the first quadrant 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 3 ANS4 Translation 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 3 ANS1 Position in the first quadrant 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 3 ANS3 Reflection with coordinates 2020.pdf
- (5) Yr 5 Translation with Coordinates worksheets.pdf
- (4) Yr 5 Translation worksheets.pdf
- (2) Yr 5 Reflection worksheets.pdf
- (3) Yr 5 Reflection with Coordinates worksheets.pdf
- (1) Yr 5 Position in the 1st Quadrant worksheets.pdf
- TEACHING SLIDES- Geometry Position and Direction.pdf
CLIP ABOUT HEDGEHOGS AND FROGS https://connect.collins.co.uk/school/Primary/FullScreen.aspx?csd=DVdzfN%2FD6G4%3D&rsd=911ZqVmbmw8%3D&frm=v8rRPVNm6pI%3D
Here are some challenges to keep you busy during July. I have attached two different levels so do the challenge that suits you best (but challenges you).
I have just received these lovely videos of Eve carrying out her investigation into Air Resistance. Have a watch and see what she found out. Listen out for some superb scientific vocabulary.
I have sent an email regarding your child's return to school and the dates that they will be able to attend. I MUST receive a completed return to school (via email) before Wednesday 24th June. Without this form, your child will not be allowed back.
Copy the links below for materials to support the learning. Kangaroo Slideshow https://connect.collins.co.uk/school/Primary/FullScreen.aspx?csd=y%2F7XY1NBbEw%3D&rsd=600H7NE7b4c%3D&frm=v8rRPVNm6pI%3D Challenge slides https://connect.collins.co.uk/school/Primary/FullScreen.aspx?csd=y%2F7XY1NBbEw%3D&rsd=x1zQ3G8RMd4%3D&frm=v8rRPVNm6pI%3D Interactive 1 https://connect.collins.co.uk/school/Primary/FullScreen.aspx?csd=y%2F7XY1NBbEw%3D&rsd=x%2BATqNs6a%2FA%3D&frm=v8rRPVNm6pI%3D Marvellous Mammals Video https://connect.collins.co.uk/school/Primary/FullScreen.aspx?csd=y%2F7XY1NBbEw%3D&rsd=W7cbQLEm7CU%3D&frm=v8rRPVNm6pI%3D
As part of the Year 5 curriculum children need to describe the differences in the life cycles of a mammal, an amphibian, an insect and a bird. Here are some activities to support this. Challenge slides https://connect.collins.co.uk/school/Primary/FullScreen.aspx?csd=5r5%2BbaRrhjY%3D&rsd=XVUlVjCiPR8%3D&frm=v8rRPVNm6pI%3D COPY AND PASTE THIS LINK INTO YOUR BROWSER
Ruby Bridges was a little girl who just wanted to go to school. Find out about the battles she overcame and her achievements as she grew up. There are three different levels of comprehension, so choose the level that suits you the best.
- You tube links for maths WEEK 22.06.20.docx
- (14) Yr 5 Regular and Irregular Shapes worksheets.pdf
- (11) Yr 5 Angles Around a Point worksheets.pdf
- (12) Yr 5 Mixed Angles worksheets.pdf
- (15) Yr 5 Reasoning about 3D Shapes worksheets.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 2 WO8 Regular and irregular polygons 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 2 WO7 Calculating lengths and angles in shapes 2020.pdf
- (13) Yr 5 Lengths and Angles in Shapes worksheets.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 2 WO9 Reasoning about 3D shapes 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 2 ANS7 Calculating lengths and angles in shapes 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 2 ANS8 Regular and irregular polygons 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 2 ANS9 Reasoning about 3D shapes 2020.pdf
- 22_06_20_fluent_in_five_1_ (1) (1).docx
Writing Task 22.06.20
Whatever you wants to write about is welcome. It could be a letter, poem, song, postcard or story. The letter could be written to the Earth or from the Earth, to future or past generations, to adults who have the power to make important decisions, to ordinary people or to other species (animals or plants). It could be written as a human or perhaps from the point of view of a bee, bird, beech tree or another species.
Please,please send these to me so I can read them.
Cinnamon has been using our current situation to write two beautiful poems. One is called Lock Down and one is called Rainy Day. I wonder if anyone else could write some poems too! Great work Cinnamon! Your poems are fab!!
Alex has been busy carrying out a superb investigation making salt crystals! Observations over time is one of our Working Scientifically targets and Alex has done this brilliantly! Fantastic work Alex!!!!
Well done to all who attended the live chat today. You asked some superb questions and I hope that you have been inspired by the scientists that you spoke to. Your manners were wonderful and I am so proud of you all.
French at home! Bonjour! Here are four resources that you can use at home to keep learning French! :) Don't hesitate to get your parents or siblings involved! The first resource is a link to a home learning website that a teacher has started since the lock down. She has done some videos where she teaches key vocabularies and simple conversations in French. 🙂 https://nattalingo.co.uk/category/online-learning/ The second resource is a mix of different French recipes, and I can confirm that they are typically French as it is the sort of food that Miss Valet's mum makes! 😄 https://m.box.com/shared_item/https%3A%2F%2Fapp.box.com%2Fs%2Fdymvf4uwekqkcbtms6lggzpfsf50mggk The third resource is the online reading of a very special book in France called 'The Little Prince'. Michael Morpurgo will be reading extracts from the book on social media! It is an absolutely wonderful story that has had an impact on many children in France (including Miss Varlet!). https://www.institut-francais.org.uk/events-calendar/whats-on/talks/the-little-prince/ The last resource is a lovely French treasure hunt that you can go and do in a park, as it is based around Spring. It's very short and simple, and although it is all in French, it is only simple words with pictures that you can always use internet to translate if you need to! 🙂 I hope these resources will be helpful! 🙂 Have fun!
TopYa – 18.06.20
School Games Championships Virtual Competition: The future looks ‘Virtual!’ Your School Games have teamed up with the online platform Top Ya! to develop a ‘free’ digital challenge competition for children (secondary and primary). There will be variety of skill-based challenges that the children watch in video format, they practice the skills then submit a video of their best performance. They will then receive personal feedback from a Top Ya! Coach. Points will be awarded for every video submitted which will be added to their ladder of success and earn prizes.
To access these challenges which will be updated on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays:
· Download the Top Ya! app
· Join and register as a PLAYER
· Use the Invite Code 23880
· Complete the registration process by inputting all personal details
The app is then ready for use!
Calling all Singers!
Not being able to hold our Big Sing at the Town Hall this term has been a huge disappointment for us. However, we’re pleased to let you know of a way that you can still take part in a Big Sing this year – virtually, of course!
We have joined forces with Norfolk Music Hub, and many other Music Hubs across the UK, and would like to invite you to join the country wide ‘Virtual Big Sing’ taking place this Friday afternoon. Using live streaming on YouTube, you will experience ‘Singing with the Stars’ - including artists Jessie J, Nicola Roberts and Camilla Kerslake. All of this hosted by the amazing Mark De Lisser and accessed from the comfort of your own home, or classroom!
For further information, and to register for the event, please follow the link below. Both schools and individual students (via parents) can register for the event. You will receive a secure link on Friday morning to enable you to join the session. Any problems with registering, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you the link without a need to register directly.
Register here: https://www.norfolkmusichub.org.uk/site/vbs-2020/
Follow the event on social media here:
We have a chat in; Disease Detectives Zone on 2020/06/19|Fri at 11:00.
Please be there on time!
In this live chat, you can ask scientists anything you like. You don’t need any sound or video to take part, it is all done by typing.
What to do now:
- Create an account by going to: https://imascientist.org.uk/reg/ze38af Please do this now so I know you have followed the instructions.
- Look at which scientists are signed up on your Dashboard
- Read their profiles
- Prepare 1 question for each to ask in the CHAT.
At 11:00 on 2020/06/19|Fri, login to your account and click ‘Chat’ at the top of the page to join the session.
YOU MUST MAKE A NEW ACCOUNT!! ALL PREVIOUS ACCOUNTS WILL NOT WORK. MAKE A NEW ONE PLEASE
Bradley has been working hard at home and has started a project on the body. Great work Bradley!! Keep it up
Here are a few links to some fun interactive maths and comprehension activities.
Big thanks to Miss Doran for sending this super pack with activities designed for you by real artists! Please send in photos of any of your creations for me to display on the website and to send to Miss Doran. For some good tutorials for drawing cartoon creatures then look up ART WITH ROB on You Tube. He is a children's author and illustrator and has lots of video tutorials.
This work continues from last week. I have also included a new Fluent in Five set of arithmetic questions. You will need to watch some of the You Tube clips as I have added things in that you have not learnt yet.
- (10) Yr 5 Angles Around a Point worksheets.pdf
- (6) Yr 5 Drawing Accurately worksheets.pdf
- (8) Yr 5 Angles on a Straight Line worksheets.pdf
- (9) Yr 5 Angles on a Straight Line worksheets.pdf
- (7) Yr 5 Drawing Accurately worksheets.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 2 WO5 Calculating angles on a straight line 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 2 WO7 Calculating lengths and angles in shapes 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 2 WO6 Calculating angles around a point 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 2 WO4 Drawing lines and angles accurately 2020.pdf
- You tube links for maths WEEK 15.06.20.docx
I have attached a set of comprehension sheets. There are different levels so choose the ability that suits you the best. I have also attached a booklet about brackets, dashes and commas to reinforce the learning we had started before school paused. I would like you to complete a research project on Forces. This can be about anything related to forces e.g. Scientists who discovered the forces, types of forces, forces in nature etc. Present it however you like and you can include results of any investigations in there. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/znmmn39 https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/science/forces-and-motion/what-is-force/ https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zrp6n39
https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/science-ks2-the-work-of-galileo-galilei/zh69t39 Watch the class clip and then complete the activities and investigations.
Here is a link to a few Reach Out Reporter updates. I know you love them in class so I thought I would post them on here for you as well. They are not in date order.
Look out for more next week
It's important, that while we are not at school, we don't forget about the need to be kind. Why not do a Random Act of Kindness for someone in your home or community. There are some ideas here but any kind act will always be appreciated.
Hi everyone, I have made a poster of our Year 5 family that I am happy to print off and laminate for you if you would like a copy of it. Drop me an email if you would like one. I have attached it as a PDF file if you would like to print it out at home yourself.
Congratulations to Miriam, Macy and Kian who have all acheived new rockstar statuses over the holidays.
Macy is now a Busker
Miriam is a Rock Star
Kian has improved his speed as a Rock Legend
Great work everyone!!! Your certificates have been emailed to you.
The Yorkshire Sport Foundation have created some super videos to help you to practise your PE skills at home. Why not have a look on their You Tube Channel.
I have attached the link below.https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYGRaluWWTojV3An2WEgsQ4qGFy_91jDL
I am missing you all very much and really wish that we were back in school and everything was back to normal. I wanted to let you all know how very proud I am of every one of you and how blessed I am to be your teacher.
I know its tricky trying to learn at home but please try your best to do some of the activities that I set you.
I really would love to see your work so please send it to me.
I am back in school full time from this week so it may take me a little longer than normal to reply to you, so don't worry if I don't get straight back to you.
I am only an email away guys, please keep in touch and tell me how you are getting on.
Miss M x
During this difficult time, it's important that we look after our wellbeing. Why not fill out this wellbeing diary and celebrate yourself and what you are proud of.
Here are some more fun, science activities for you to try our at home. Don't forget to send me some photos of any work that you do.
Ash has been busy learning about how to keep healthy and has produced a super sheet with lots of good advice.Great work Ash.
These comprehensions have three levels of difficulty ranging from one to three stars. Please make sure that you choose the most appropriate one for you. If these are too tricky then please email me and I am happy to send alternative ones.
I have attached some activities to reinforce your work on adverbials for linking sentences.
We are moving onto Geometry now and for some of these activities, you will require a protractor. If you do not have one then you can pick one up from school but you will need to contact me via email if you do so that I can organise for them to be put out and collected. There is a set of teaching slides saved as a PDF to support you with your understanding. If you are stuck then please email me and let me know.
- (1) Yr 5 Measuring Angles in Degrees worksheets (1).pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 2 WO1 Measuring angles in degrees 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 2 ANS1 Measuring angles in degrees 2020.pdf
- (2) Yr 5 Measuring Angles in Degrees worksheets.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 2 WO2 Measuring with a protractor (1) 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 2 ANS2 Measuring with a protractor (1) 2020.pdf
- (3) Yr 5 Measuring with a Protractor (1) worksheets.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 2 WO3 Measuring with a protractor (2) 2020.pdf
- Y5 Summer Block 2 ANS3 Measuring with a protractor (2) 2020.pdf
- (4) Yr 5 Measuring with a Protractor (2) worksheets.pdf
- (5) Yr 5 Measuring with a Protractor worksheets.pdf
- Year 5 Summer Term Block 2- Geometry Properties of Shape.pdf
- Angles you tube clips.docx
Hi everyone, I have attached a link for a really simple, fun and effective art activity. It is based on the work of three artists.
Sonia Delaunay, Robert Delaunay and Beatriz Milhazes. Why don't you have a go and send me photos of your work.
We should have been studying Irreversible changes as our class topic next half term so I have attached an Escape Room game (which you might need to do a bit of research for). I have also attached a PDF and powerpoint with some information on and some simple investigations that you could do at home. I have also included some delicious recipes that you might want to try. Cooking is a great way of finding out about irreversible changes. There is a lovely cheesecake recipe and you know how much I LOVE cheescake!!! As always, I would love to see any photos or short (no longer than 30 seconds) videos about what you have been doing.
- Properties and Changes of Materials Escape the Room Teachers Guide.pdf
- Properties and Changes of Materials Escape the Room Recording Sheet.pdf
- Properties and Changes of Materials Escape the Room Clue Cards.pdf
- Cooking Club Guidance and Plans.pdf
- Properties and Changes of Materials Escape the Room Answers.pdf
- Properties and Changes of Materials Escape the Room Answers.pptx
Here are the videos of our lockdown residential. Szymon's night by the fire looks great!
Grace has been studying some Science and has produced and OUTSTANDING model of the digestive system!!! Brilliant work Grace.
We all know that we should keep our bodies fit, but we don't always think about our mental health. Here are some short clips to help you to learn about mental health and way in which you can look after yours.
Hi everyone, Mrs Beaumont has sent this to see if any of you would like to take part in this competition. Alistair Brownlee (A team GB triathlete) is having to train in his endless pool in his garage but his garage walls are dull and uninspiring. He wants YOU to design a picture that can be used to decorate his walls. You could even use your perspective drawings to send him. There are more details on the attached flyer. You need to send your design to the email on the flyer but can you also send them to me too please and I will post them all on the website. The competition closes on 20th May.
Well done to everyone who joined in with the live chat today. Your questions were outstanding and you were so polite to the scientists. I am extrememly proud of you all.
If you have any more questions then please use the link below and you can ask them here.
If anyone would like the transcript (like a script of everything that was said) I have downloaded it and will send it to your parents email address.
Decimals and percentages worksheets with answers for this week. If you have any problems with these then please email me.
- (8) Year 5 Order and Compare Decimals worksheets -.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 WO7 Order and compare decimals 2019.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 ANS7 Order and compare decimals 2019.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 WO8 Understand percentages 2019.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 ANS8 Understand percentages 2019.pdf
- (9) Year 5 Percentages as Fractions and Decimals worksheets -.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 WO9 Percentages as fractions and decimals 2019.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 ANS9 Percentages as fractions and decimals 2019.pdf
- (10) Year 5 Equivalent FDP worksheets -.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 WO10 Equivalent FDP 2019.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 ANS10 Equivalent FDP 2019.pdf
- You Tube links for teaching writing and converting decimals and percentages.docx
- Teaching Slide Year 5 Spring Term Block 3- Decimals and Percentages.pdf
If you are interested in birds, especially puffins, you might want to have a look at these live cameras on the birds at the RSPB sanctuary on Coquet Island.
Hi everyone, I have signed us up for another live chat. If you registered for the chat last week then you should be able to use the same log in for this one too.
If you did not create a new login then you MUST create a new one via the link below.
The logins in your journal are out of date and WILL NOT work.
Please make sure that you read up on the scientists and think of some questions that you might like to ask. We will be in the PHYSICS ZONE again.
Coronavirus may have stopped our residential at This Green Moon, but in Year 5 we are having our own Lockdown residential. Keep checking back for more photos. I have attached some photos with example tents that Eve's Mum kindly sent to me. Please scroll down the class page for the suggested activities.
Science Lesson 1 Teeth https://stemlearning.wistia.com/medias/azo5k2vpau Science Lesson 2 Digestion - https://stemlearning.wistia.com/medias/rv4hylm2u6 Copy and paste the link above into your search bar to find an online lesson about digestion. You can then do the accompanying activities from the worksheets that I have attached.
In this weeks Science fun you can explore a density jar (which I love to do). One of the extra challenges is making water bend. I remember when I first learnt how to do this many years ago! It is amazing!!
As our residential has sadly had to be cancelled because of the virus, I thought it might be fun if we tried to recreate it in our own homes. On the residential, we would have been sleeping in teepees, making our own pizzas, having a talent show and collecting eggs in the morning to make breakfast.
Here are my ideas:
1) Make your own tent somewhere in your house or in your garden and have midnight (or anytime in the day) snacks in there. If you have Facetime then you could Facetime your friends and have your snacks together.
2) Show me your talents. Send me photos or short videos of your talent. That can be anything at all, jokes, art, singing, dancing, sport, reciting a poem, playing an intsrument etc.
3) Ask your family to hide some eggs in your garden or around the house and you have to hunt for them and then learn how to make an eggy breakfast. If you don't like eggs, hide your porridge or cereal.
4) Make tea for your family, you can make pizzas in lots of different ways or challenge yourself to learn how to make something else (ask your parents for help).
Please send me any videos and photos of your activities and I will make a slideshow of them for you to keep, as a memory of our YR5 residential. Please keep videos to around 30 secs or less if possible.
Here you can find out out the space scientists Dr Jane Strachan and Dr Suzie Imber. The PDF attached includes hyper links for you to send in questions or drawings for the Scientists and also to watch a video of them on the 19th May
Hi everyone, here is a link to access free online e books and comprehensions as I know it may be difficult to find books at the moment.
Stories to listen to
Follow the link below to choose a story, read by an author or famous person. There are stories for all age ranges on there.
Follow this link (then scroll down the page) to to find some FUN book challenges. There are challenges for all ages up from 3 -16 so it can be fn for all the family. I would LOVE it if you can send me some photos of you (and your family) doing the challenges.
Here are the next set of resources to follow on from Maths Week 6. If you haven't done Week 6 then you need to do that before you do this.
- You Tube links for teaching writing and converting decimals and percentages.docx
- Y5 Spring Block 3 WO4 Understand thousandths 2019.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 ANS4 Understand thousandths 2019.pdf
- (5) Year 5 Understand Thousandths worksheets.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 WO5 Thousandths as decimals 2019.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 ANS5 Thousandths as decimals 2019.pdf
- (6) Year 5 Thousandths as Decimals worksheets - MB Reviewed.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 WO6 Rounding decimals 2019.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 ANS6 Rounding decimals 2019.pdf
- (7) Year 5 Rounding Decimals worksheets -.pdf
This week, Grace has been busy doing some Art work, including a perspective drawing just like the ones we did at the beginning of the year. Macy has been making a lava lamp from her book '101 coolest Science experiments' It looks great Macy!!! Chrissie has produced some fantastic RE work about Islam and has also been investigating the Science of how bees pollinate flowers! Eve has been working on her persuasive writing and trying to argue why we should or shouldn't have a school uniform. I have set her the challenge to try and persuade me that teachers should wear one. Jack has really enjoyed reading the book we sent home 'The Explorer' and has been enjoying working through the tasks about it. Kian has been looking at the history of Middleton Railway to create his poster and has even been riding there for his daily exercise! Miyangi has been researching Charles Dickens and found out some wonderful facts about him.
Please can you send me a photo of your child holding a message for the class as soon as possible. I am trying to make a nice slideshow that includes all the children in the class.
Thank you to everyone who sent me their photos quickly after receiving my email.
Miss M x
Have a look at this silly song and see if you and your family can learn the different parts and sing it together.
I would love to see any videos of this. You could also do this via Facetime etc and sing it with your friends.
Congratulations to Macy who has moved up a status for the second week in a row and is now a Garage Rocker and to Szymon who has become a Rock Legend!
Well done to you both. Your certificates are on the way!
Who will be our certificate winners next week? Come on Year 5!
I have attached these activities as they cover more areas than Fluent in Five. Don't worry if you can't do some of them as we hadn't managed to cover all the areas before school stopped. There are 30 activities to do(All activities have answers attached). Please do not try to do them all at once. Spread them out.
Here are some activities linked to the novel that you took home called 'The Explorer' There are lots of activities and it is best if you do them in the correct order.
Here is a grammar workbook to keep your learning up to date. It has all the answers included on separate pages (so no cheating). It is something that you can do a little bit of when you have some time.
The next activity in our Science at home activties.
I want you to now have a go at a new topic about converting decimals, percentage and fractions. I have attached worksheets to support your learning, a teaching slide to show you how to do it and some videos that will help you as well. Please do not worry if you struggle with this I will help you if you are stuck either by email or when we get back to school. There are two types of worksheets (ones that say W01, WO2 etc and ones that say Year 5 on them). Try to use the sheets from both resources. Answers are included. The files that say ANS are the answers for the sheets that say WO.
- You Tube links for teaching writing and converting decimals and percentages.docx
- Teaching Slide Year 5 Spring Term Block 3- Decimals and Percentages.pdf
- (1) Year 5 Decimals up to 2 d.p. worksheets.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 WO1 Decimals up to 2 dp 2019.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 ANS1 Decimals up to 2 dp 2019.pdf
- (2) Year 5 Decimals as fractions worksheets.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 WO2 Decimals as fractions (1) 2019.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 ANS2 Decimals as fractions (1) 2019.pdf
- (3) Year 5 Decimals as fractions worksheets.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 WO3 Decimals as fractions (2) 2019.pdf
- Y5 Spring Block 3 ANS3 Decimals as fractions (2) 2019.pdf
Feel free to send me any work that you do and I will happily put it up on the website for your friends to read.
Hi everyone. Please send me photos about any of your work that you do about VE day. Arthur has made a plane and medal today and is very proud of it!! Alex has made a poster about WW2 and how it affected the people of Leeds. Szymon has produced a lovely piece of work about VE day with a super illustration of a spitfire. Gabriel has made a reenactment of a WW2 battle using his lego, written some great information and made a VE day flag. Bradley has made a superb banner to decorate his house for VE day. Grace has written super diary about a war child and worked out how to use morse code
Hi everyone, I have signed us up for another live chat. If you registered for the chat this week then you should be able to use the same log in for this one too.
If you did not create a new login then you MUST create a new one via the link below.
The logins in your journal are out of date and WILL NOT work.
Please make sure that you read up on the scientists and think of some questions that you might like to ask. We will be in the PHYSICS ZONE again.
Ash has been developing his IT skills and has used these to produce two lovely pieces of work. A project on Albert Einstein and a piece of Creative writing. Maya has great a great document about how to keep healthy.
We had great fun chatting to real scientist in the Physics zone of I'm a Scientist Stay at home today. I took some photos of the chat (but not all saved because I run out of storage on my phone!!!)
Well done to everyone who came online for the live chat today. The questions that you asked were fantastic and I really hope that you enjoyed it.
I will try to book another chat and let you know when it is on here.
If you had anymore questions (or were unable to access the chat) then you can ask them via this link.
Vote for your favourite scientist of the week via this link
To access the live chat, go to the speech bubble that says chat and when the chat opens, you will be allowed in.
We are in the physics zone and have six scientists ready to answer your questions.
If you have not yet registered then register via this link
Here is a resource pack with some fun activities you could do this week. There are a few recipes that you could try, songs to learn and also instructions on how to Lindy Hop.
VE day was the day towards the ends of World War 2 when fighting against Germany stopped in Europe.
Here are a few activties that you could do.
Art and Design - pattern and colour work using the colours of the Union Jack to create bunting for a street party. It would be lovely to see photos of your bunting if you do this. (Copy the link below for some downloadable bunting. )
- line and shading work to draw the local memorial (use a photograph if you can't visit) and try and capture the shadow and light.
Music - compare the music of the time to modern music and identify similarities and differences between them.
- learn to sing one of the songs and think about the meaning and the tone it should be sung with.
PSHE - watch the video of VE day in London and consider or list why people were celebrating and why it's important that we remember it today. You will hear Winston Churchill the British Prime Minister addressing the nation. https://youtu.be/NEavcsrMoMw
Design Technology - Plan what you would serve for a street party to mark the end the war in Europe. To add additional challenge, learn about rationing and limit the food available to be used during the party.
Useful Resource Links:
Have a look at the conveyor belt that Szymon has made from one of our STEM challenges! It really works!!! Outstanding work Szymon! (The video is taking a long time to upload!!)
Here are some fun activities to do to help you to learn about superbugs and our battle against them. Copy and paste this link to get the slide show that accompanies the activities. https://elearning.pfizer.co.uk/superbugs/ks2/ I have also attached the KS1 resources in case you have younger children who would like to learn about this too. https://elearning.pfizer.co.uk/superbugs/ks1/
Kian and Chanice for becoming Rock Legends
Macy for becoming a Wannabe.
Great work guys, your certificates are coming via email
A massive well done to Gabriel for producing this outstanding book about David Attenborough! I am so impressed with you Gabriel.
Hi everyone, if you follow the link below (or copy and paste into your browser) you will find some videos that I would like you to use as prompts for your writing. I would like you to use your powers of persuasion to put forward your own opinion on each topic. You can present this as a persuasive letter, video report or maybe even have a family debate with your siblings or parents.
Why not try Facetiming your friends and discussing your idea like we do in class. You often work together in class and that is still okay to do now (if your parents are happy for you to do this). You could even include other people's opinions in your report.
Well done to Eve for sending me a fantastic powerpoint about Leeds during the War. I learnt some facts that I didn't even know! Great work Eve!
Learn about gases using these fun activities.
I have attached the Fluent in Five for Week 5. If you start to get stuck on any please email me as I have started to make them more tricky. There is one question on there this week that you might need to research a little bit before you can answer it.
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) plays a large part in our everyday lives and when these four subjects work together, amazing things are created. Have a go at these fun challenges. PLEASE send photos of any that you do. I would love to be exploring these in class with you!
- plastic_problems_stem_challenge (1).pdf
- Beat the flood stem challenge.pdf
- Plastic problems stem challenge.pdf
- stop the spread stem challenge.pdf
- Floating garden stem challenge.pdf
- Make a conveyor belt stem challenge.pdf
- regreen the desert stem challenge.pdf
- Stick gear stem challenge.pdf
- squashed tomato stem challenge.pdf
- Straw roller coaster stem challenge.pdf
Here are a few activities that you can do at home with all your family. Remember Year 5 to have a look at the extension activities at the bottom of the second page.
Here is a link to access SCRATCH. It's a great website for learning how to code and create and debug (find the problem and fix it) programs that they make.
I have attached a plan that can be used to do some activities around your child's physical health. It would be great it you could send in some photos of any work that you do.
Please keep the photographs coming. It is wonderful to see all the wonderful things that you are doing. This week Ellis has been busy gardening and going on a bug hunt in the park with his family Miyangi has sent a picture in of her enjoying some time in the garden. Grace has got a new book to read and been busy making a delicious looking pizza for tea. Szymon has been busy finding out about the History of Leeds and sent his lovely project for you to have a look at.
I have managed to secure a live chat with real scientists in the Physics Zone of I'm a Scientist Get Me Out of Here. It will be on Monday 4th May at 3pm and will last for 40 minutes.
To be able to access this you need to copy and paste the URL below into your browser and then you should be able to create your own username and code to access the website. If you have done this, can you please email me to let me know.
This is a brilliant opportunity to ask actual working scientists any questions you may have.
All conversations are text based only no audio or video is required.
This chat will only be accessed by children from our class.
The Safeguarding statement is available on the I'm a Scientist website. All chats are moderated and I will be logged in too.
I'm a Scientist
I have applied for our class to take part in I'm a Scientist again but this time you will be able to do it at home. If we are successful then I will be sending you all a link so that you can create your own account and take part.
Miss M x
An amazing and HUGE poster about the History of Leeds by Gabriel. A lovely piece of research about Albert Einstein by Alex. Fantastic work boys! I am so impressed with your hard work!!!
Here is the slideshow that Jack has made about the history of Leeds. It taught me lots of facts that I didn't know so it would be lovely if you could all have a look and then maybe even make your own slideshow. Fantastic work Jack!!!
Below are links to access the lessons provided by the government.
I have attached the links for translation in maths. This is a topic that we hadn't started so I would like it if you could access the learning videos.
For those of you who are missing our singing sessions with Mr Leech, here is a link to do some daily online singing with him and other teachers from the Dioscese of Leeds. You will need to subscribe to the You Tube channel and then you can access a singing lesson at 2pm each day.
Here is a link to the BBC bitesize daily lessons. There are lots of different lessons for lots of different subjects that you can choose from. Why not have a go at some of them.
Here is your Fluent in Five Arithmetic for Week 4. There is an list of You Tube links for videos to support you with any questions that you might be stuck on. Don't forget that I am only an email away.
This week I would like you to reinforce some learning from earlier in the year that needs to be refreshed. I have attached a powerpoint and a home learning booklet (with the answers at the end)
I have loved receiving emails with photos of the things you have been doing over this time apart. Please keep the photos coming. Gabriel has shared his family journey through Easter. Grace has completed the Art Challenge. Look at the difference over the days!! Alex has been learning how to make a vegan mayonnaise and Curtis has been learning how to make a healthy omelette, doing some Science investigation and exploring the History of Leeds. Jack has made a brilliant slide show about where he lives (but I can't post it on here because it has his address) Szymon has sent me a lovely hello message too. Maya has been making lots of different colours of playdough and has been colouring her hands in the process too! Caitlin has sent me some of her beautiful drawings Keep the photos coming everyone! It's so good to see you.
Find out about the scientist Jamie Garcia and her work towards making plastics more reusable. I have attached a powerpoint, information sheet and a quiz about her. It would be great if you could find out more about recycled plastics and send it to me. Make sure it's fun, a newspaper report on Jamie Garcia, or you could even do your own Newsround clip telling us about her. Posters, paintings etc would be great to see too. I would love photos of you making things by recycling plastics. How about a fashion show with clothes made out of recyclable materials. I can't wait to see what you come up with.
With the appearance of Nightingale Hospitals all around the country, I thought it was important for you to know little bit about the lady behind the name.
Hi my lovelies, I am missing you all so much and I would love to see your smiley faces. I'm sure that you are all missing each other too so I thought it would be lovely if you could send in a photo of yourself (you could even be holding a message for your friends) and I will display them all on here for you to see.
Miss you all so much
Miss M x
Here is a fun activity for all the family. If you want to extend yourself further then you need to be doing the extension activities. I wonder if you could make a density jar and send me some photos to put on the website?
I have attached a list of a variety of scientists who are linked with the Year 5 Science topics. What I would like to you do is to research one or more of these scientists and present your findings in a fun way (powerpoint, tv show, poster, book, art work etc).
If you know of any other scientists that you are interested in then please feel free to research them too.
Things that you could find out about could be:
Their early lives and background?
What made them become interested in the type of Science they did?
What impact has their work had on the world?
Living things and their habitats : Jane Goodall, Sylvia Earle, Dr Paula Kahumbu, Mangal Mani, Sir David Attenboruough
Animals including Humans : Alexander Fleming, Louis Pasteur, Eva Crane, Virgina Apgar
Properties and changes of materials : Sir Humphrey Davy, Jamie Garcia, Becky Schroeder, Spencer Silver Arthur Fry and Alan Amron, Ruth Benerito
Earth and Space: Margaret Hamilton, Stephen Hawking, Mae Jemison, Claudius Ptolemy and Nicolaus Copernicus, Neil Armstrong, Helen Sharman, Caroline Herschel, Valentina Tereshkova, Katherine Johnson
Forces: Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Galileo Galilei, Archimedes of Syracuse
I can't wait to see what you can find out!
I have attached this booklet that has ideas for some investigations that you could do at home. Most of them have equipment that can be found in your home or easily accessed. The stroop test document is to accompany one of the investigations in the booklet.
Some eggscellent fun activities that can be done at home with eggs.
Have a look at these websites
It is free at the moment and covers a variety of maths topics. I have been on it myself to have a look and it has explanation videos with activties to support them.
The website below is a link to a printable set of resources that you could use if you want to make your own time capsule to record this time and maybe help to teach future generations about what it was like to be a child during the coronavirus pandemic.
You could also join the Middleton Leeds Display Board group on Facebook. It has lots of ideas and links to activities that you might want to do.
We all live in Leeds, but how much do you really know about the city that you live in?
I would like you to use the link to this website to find about about Leeds over time. (You can even find out about Leeds United in one section too)
You could study:
Leeds over time
Leeds at war
Creativity in Leeds
Leeds Society and Community
Try to present your work in a fun way. Could you do a video report for me, a poster, newspaper, powerpoint or time travelling story. I would like you to put some effort into this so please don't send me something that you have rushed. Take your time and produce a piece of work that you are very proud of.
Here is the link to the website
Seeing as we are very limited as to where we can go at the moment, I thought I would attach this great resource that I found. You can go on virtual tours all over the world by just clicking on a link. I have been for a look around the Great Wall of China, to the acropolis in Greece and watched a Beluga Whale in Chicago zoo who was playing with a buoy. It's great fun! See if you can find the dolphin called Winter. Winter was trapped and lost her tail in an accident but luckily for her she was rescued and now has a false tale. Winter's story inspired the wonderful and inspiring film 'A Dolphin's Tale' I wonder where in the world you might go.
Here are a few activities to remind you about how to keep yourself safe when you are online. There are links to videos and activities to complete after them.
Here is your Fluent in Five for Week 3. I have now added subtracting fractions onto them. There is a link to a You Tube video to support you with this. It easier than you think.
Here I have attached the White Rose Maths Problems for each day of March. These are great to do and can be quite challenging so give yourselves a push. The KS1 questions are attached too so I have also attached the answers in case you have younger brothers or sisters. Children in Year 5 should be doing the blue set of questions.
- KEY STAGE 1 ANSWERS March Problems of the Day - Full Set with Answers - Orange.pdf
- KEY STAGE TWO ANSWERS March Problems of the Day - Full Set with Answers - Blue NEW.pdf
Unfortunately, I have only heard from a small group of children in the class and this does worry me as I care very much about every child in our class. If you haven't been in contact yet, then please can you drop me an email to let me know how your child is. If you have lost my email it is email@example.com
Also, I would love to post some photos of the things on the website that you have been up to, this could be the work I have set you, creative activities or working out with Joe Wicks.
Missing you all lots
Miss M x
I have attached some Holy Week reflections that you could do as a family. They have lovely artwork to accompany the reflections and also have simple ideas that you could do each day. Holy Week starts this coming Sunday 5th April so please do the reflections from next Monday 6th April
Why not have a go and send the photos in to me!
SCIENCE - Have a look at the You Tube Channel drbinocs. It has lots of fun episodes (Thanks Alex for suggesting this)
You could also look at Bill Nye the Science Guy who has lots of videos about a variety of Scientific topics.
I have attached a variety of maths challenges for all Year groups so have a go at them and see which ones you can complete. You could even time yourself or work with a friend over Facetime to complete them as a team.
I have attached a variety of reading comprehensions. Stage 6 is the hardest and Stage 1 is the easiest. Have a look at them an choose which is most suitable for you. Some are suitable for younger children so I have attached them in case you have younger brothers or sisters who would like to do them. Each level has several comprehensions (with answers) so you have to scroll down to find the next one. If you have run out of ink then please write the answers into the exercise book that I sent home with you.
Have a look at the clip about Austin's butterfly. You will see how practise, practise, practise helps to develop your drawing skills. Draw the same picture several times and try to improve it each time you do. Keep every drawing that you do and then send your first and most recent one to me after a few days (or weeks). I would love to see the progress that you have made.
STEM (Science, technology, engineering and maths) is a fantastic way to find out about the world around us right now and in the future. Have a go at these fun activities and see how many you can do. I would love to see photos of you completing them! https://www.science-sparks.com/ Look at this website for lots of fun interactive Science activities for you I have also added on a Science Sparks activity sheet. The activity is fun and there are extension activities on the bottom that are more suitable for Year 5s
I have added the Fluent in Five tasks for this week. Remember to do them daily (not all at once). DO NOT use a calculator to solve the problems. These are things that you have learnt in class, except for subtracting fractions. Anything that you are stuck with then look at the You Tube Links on the attached document. Don't forget that I am only an email away so I can help you.
Here are a few activities for your RE learning.
We have been learning how to use four figure and six figure grid references in Geography. I have attached a powerpoint explaining how to do this and some activity sheets. Why not make your own map of your house, street or imaginary world and mark on places for your parents to find.
Here is a challenge for you all. I have attached a some Book Bingo sheets. Why don't you try and challenge yourself to see how many you can do.
Hi everyone, I hope you are all doing well, keeping safe and WASHING YOUR HANDS a lot! I will be posting some things for you to do on this website to try and keep you all going over the next few weeks. The creative writing pack that I sent home should last you for quite a while. You can do the activities in any order and don't forget to try and use different styles of writing such as information texts, stories, persuasive writing, diary entries, newspaper reports, plays, magazines. I would love to see these so please send them to me via my email address. Don't forget to edit your work before you send it to me though, I don't want to be nagging you over email about punctuation, capital letters, handwriting and paragraphs. I still expect you to produce neat work and to put a lot of effort into it. Write a date and title as normal and underline these. Don't forget to use ISPACED to vary your sentence starters and to include a range of clauses in your work. Many of you had the target to ensure that you used conjunctions to link some paragraphs together. Please make sure that you do this. I will soon be setting tasks based on your book The Explorer so watch out for these. Don't forget that the book MUST be returned to school so look after it please. I am going to try and find a way to read to you every day as we never finished Gabriel's clock and I have other books to read to you.
Here are the answers for the Home Learning Packs that I sent home. You may have to scroll through the whole document to find the answers as I can't split it up.
I have attached the Year 3/4 grid and the Year 5/6 grid of words that your child needs to learn to spell. Please feel free to give them a test on these and then work on the words that they don't know. I have attached some crosswords that link to the grids for your children to do. Children also need to learn how to spell a wide variety of homophones (words that sound the same but are spelt differently). They need to be able to use the correct spelling within a sentence e.g. Which witch is the most wicked. I ate a pair of pears for lunch. They're at the park with their mum. They are sitting over there.
- Year 5 and 6 spelling list.pdf
- Year 3 and 4 spelling list.pdf
I have attached the Fluent in Five questions for this week. You all know how to do this. Do it in the back of the exercise book that I gave you and make sure that you write Fluent in Five and the date that you do it (underlined). Please only do one set per day. There are five days worth so it's just like you would do in class. Parents - This is a word document. Each day has new questions and the answers are on the following page so you just have to scroll down to find them. I have attached links for You Tube videos as some children struggle with certain calculations and may need your help so the videos are really useful to show them. If you are unsure about any of the questions then please email me and I will help you with that.
Today, groups of children in Year 5 were given a piece of a mystery jigsaw puzzle. They worked in their groups, using inference and prediction to find out as much as possible from the limited information they had. After that, we put the puzzle together to show a very strange character. Children then looked closely at the image to find out as much as possible about them and they used the find details in the image to make inferences and predictions about him and what his story might be. I wonder if you can think of a story for him?
Today we have been testing the theories of two scientists. Aristotle, who lived 2500 years ago in Greece and Galileo who lived approximately 400 years ago in Italy. Aristotle believed that the heavier things were, the faster they would fall. Galileo believed that the mass made no difference to how fast things fall. We carried out three experiments to test these theories. 1- Does the weight of a film cannister affect how fast it falls? 2- If we fold a piece of paper, what happens to the speed of the descent. 3 - If we drop a cup cake case, then increase the numbers of cases that we drop, will the speed of descent be affected. From our results we had to make a decision about whose theory was correct and we decided that our evidence supported Galileo's theory.