Year 5

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Your teacher will have sent you a Dojo to tell you which group/pack your child will be working through. If you are unsure then please contact the class teacher through Class Dojo.

Tuesday 14th July 2020

Good morning everyone, I hope you had a good start to the week yesterday. If you didn’t get the chance to yesterday, please start your morning by watching Mrs Painter’s transition assembly: https://vimeo.com/437647879
Password: NMPA

 

Keep a look out for my videos on later in the day – I will be posting some modelling videos which will help with your maths work for the rest of the week.

Here is the work for today:

 

Group 1

  • Reading – John F. Kennedy – ‘The decision to go to the moon’ 1961
  • Writing – Relative clauses
  • Maths – Decimals as fractions

Group 2

  • Reading –  The London Eye Mystery – Extract 1: Retrieval questions
  • Writing – Days of the Week
  • Maths – Bonds to 100

Both Groups

  • Science – Challenge questions

 

Keep up the good work! You are doing so well and we are so proud of every single one of you.

 

Thank you,

Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

 

Monday 13th July 2020

Good morning Year 5, we hope you had a lovely weekend and are all ready for another week of home learning. Please start your day by watching the transition assembly that Mrs Painter has posted on the whole school ClassDojo page.
You can also access it here: https://vimeo.com/437647879
Password: NMPA

 

Keep a look out for the maths feedback video addressing misconceptions from last week’s quiz later in the day 😊

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – Analysing language features of speeches – ‘I Have A Dream’
  • Writing – Relative clauses
  • Maths – Decimals as fractions

Group 2

  • Reading – The London Eye Mystery: Blurb
  • Writing – Text types
  • Maths – Bonds to 100

Both Groups

  • Transition thoughts and feelings – The second part of this should say: ‘Questions I have about leaving Year 5 and moving into Year 6’ – not secondary school, sorry! 😊 If you send these questions through to us on Dojo, we will address them later in the week.

Remember we are always only just at the end of a dojo message if you have any questions or would like to share what you’ve been doing with us.  We would love to hear from you today.

 

Thank you,

Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

Friday 10th July 2020

Good morning year 5. Well done for making it through another week of home learning! We hope that you enjoyed our Zoom social last night, it was lovely to see your faces. We are so proud of how well you’ve being doing and the amazing effort you are putting into your work. If you didn’t get the chance to earlier in the week, please complete the online maths quiz by the end of today. I will post the QR codes to take you directly to the page shortly.

 

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – The Wolves of Willoughby Chase – Extract 2: Inference questions
  • Writing – Editing
  • Maths – Divide by 10, 100, 1000

Group 2

  • Reading – The Worst Witch – Extract 2: Inference questions
  • Writing – Playscript
  • Maths – Subtract 2-digit numbers

Both Groups

  • Computing – Code breakers

Group 2: https://forms.gle/nrECfDWVgR4fyEuN6

 

Please message us with any questions or if you’d like to communicate. Have a lovely weekend 😊

 

Thank you,

Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

Maths quiz Group 1 code

Maths quiz Group 2 code

Thursday 9th July 2020

Good morning everyone. We are really looking forward to seeing you all on our Zoom social chat tonight. 5EF’s meeting is from 4:30-5:15 and 5EH is 5:15-6:00. You can find the information on how to join the meeting (including the meeting ID and password) in your messages on ClassDojo.

 

Thank you to those of you who are sending through pictures and messages with your completed work, we really do like to see how you’re getting on and it’s important for us to be able to give you feedback. On that note, the Maths quizzes for this week are now available. Please follow the link below to complete the short online quiz by the end of the week.

 

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – The Wolves of Willoughby Chase – Extract 2: Vocabulary questions
  • Writing – Inspired in Lockdown
  • Maths – Divide by 10, 100, 1000

Group 2

  • Reading – The Worst Witch – Extract 2: Retrieval questions
  • Writing – Features of a playscript
  • Maths – Subtract 2-digit numbers

Both Groups

  • RE – What matters to Jewish people?

 

Group 2: https://forms.gle/nrECfDWVgR4fyEuN6

 

We hope you have a good day. Feel free to message us with any questions or to share what you’re doing.

 

Thank you,

Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

Wednesday 8th July 2020

Good morning year 5! I hope you’re having a good week so far. I am really looking forward to seeing you all on Zoom tomorrow. Just as a little reminder, 5EF’s meeting is from 4:30-5:15 and 5EH is 5:15-6:00. You can find the information on how to join the meeting (including the meeting ID and password) in your messages on ClassDojo.

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – The Wolves of Willoughby Chase – Extract 1: Retrieval questions
  • Writing – Inspired in Lockdown
  • Maths – Multiply by 10, 100, 1000

Group 2

  • Reading – The Worst Witch – Extract 1: Vocabulary questions
  • Writing – Police Custody Record
  • Maths – Add 2-digit numbers

Both Groups

  • Music – Exploring emotions
  • English – Book Review of PAX

5EF – I would love to know your thoughts now that we’ve finished reading PAX through my videos on ClassDojo. Write a little book review and share it with us.

5EH – Can you write a book review of PAX so far? We still have a few chapters to go before the ending but it might be worth making a prediction – do you think they’ll be reunited?

 

Remember, we are always here to help if you get stuck or want to share your work with us. We love seeing what you’re achieving. Have a lovely day.

 

Thank you,
Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

Tuesday 7th July 2020

Good morning everyone, I hope you had a good start to the week yesterday. If you didn’t get the chance to yesterday, please start your morning by watching Mr Seex’s assembly on connectedness: https://vimeo.com/435105588
Password: NMPA

 

Keep a look out for my videos on later in the day – I will be posting some modelling videos which will help with your maths work for the rest of the week.

Here is the work for today:

 

Group 1

  • Reading – The Wolves of Willoughby Chase – Extract 1: Description Activity
  • Writing – Table of Certainty
  • Maths – Multiply by 10, 100, 1000

Group 2

  • Reading – The Worst Witch – Extract 1: Character fact file
  • Writing – Details
  • Maths – Add 2-digit numbers

Both Groups

  • Thematic – What is Baghdad’s place in the world?

 

Keep up the good work! You are doing so well and we are so proud of every single one of you.

 

Thank you,

Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

Monday 6th July 2020

Good morning Year 5, we hope you had a lovely weekend and are all ready for another week of home learning. Please start your day by watching Mr Seex’s assembly. It is on connectedness. That is, working together to become better as a whole than we are as an individual – using connectedness to improve ourselves and our friends. You can find the assembly here: https://vimeo.com/435105588
Password: NMPA

 

Keep a look out for the maths feedback video addressing misconceptions from last week’s quiz later in the day 😊

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – Reflection Questions: Front Cover Stimulus
  • Writing – Adverbs of Possibility
  • Maths – Divide 4 digits by 1 digit

Group 2

  • Reading – The Worst Witch – Blurb activity
  • Writing – Description
  • Maths – 2-digits add and subtract tens

Both Groups

  • Science – Soluble or insoluble (experiment)
  • Optional extra: PSHE

As part of our Zoom social on Thursday, we are going to be asking you for your lockdown highlights. We will also be asking if you have any news you’d like to share with the class. Make a bullet point list of ideas of anything that you’d like to discuss, thinking about your highlights and answering these questions:

  • What have you enjoyed about lockdown?
  • What have you done that you liked? Any walks/days out?
  • Have you got closer to your family?
  • What good memories will you take away from this experience?

Remember we are always only just at the end of a dojo message if you have any questions or would like to share what you’ve been doing with us.  We would love to hear from you today.

 

Thank you,

Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

Friday 3rd July 2020

Thematic QR code

Group 1 Maths  QR code

Group 2 Maths QR code

Good morning year 5. Well done for making it through another week of home learning! We are so proud of how well you’ve being doing and the amazing effort you are putting into your work. If you didn’t get the chance to earlier in the week, please complete the online maths and thematic quizzes by the end of today.
I will post the QR codes to take you directly to the page shortly.

 

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – Tell Me No Lies – Both extracts: Inference Questions
  • Writing – Editing
  • Maths – Divide 4 digits by 1 digit

Group 2

  • Reading – Attack of the Demon Dinner Ladies – Extract 2: Inference Questions
  • Writing – Poem review
  • Maths – 2-digits add and subtract tens

Both Groups

  • PE – Standing Long Jump

Group 2: https://forms.gle/woo1gf1YfaCBeHBY6

 

 

 

Please message us with any questions or if you’d like to communicate. Have a lovely weekend 😊

 

Thank you,

Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

Group 1 maths code

Group 2 Maths code

Thursday 2nd July 2020

Good morning everyone. I hope you were pleased with who your new teacher reveal yesterday. Thank you to those of you who are sending through pictures and messages with your completed work, we really do like to see how you’re getting on and it’s important for us to be able to give you feedback. On that note, the Maths quizzes for this week are now available. Please follow the link below to complete the short online quiz by the end of the week.

 

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – Tell Me No Lies – Extract 2: Vocabulary Questions
  • Writing – Playscript
  • Maths – Addition and subtraction problems

Group 2

  • Reading – Attack of the Demon Dinner Ladies – Extract 2: Sequencing and giving advice
  • Writing – Missing words
  • Maths – 2-digits add and subtract ones

Both Groups

  • Art – Creating mosaics

 

Group 2: https://forms.gle/woo1gf1YfaCBeHBY6

 

We hope you have a good day. Feel free to message us with any questions or to share what you’re doing.

 

Thank you,

Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

Wednesday 1st July 2020

Good morning year 5! I hope you’re having a good week so far. It’s a new month and the final month of year 5. Today is a really exciting day, because you get to find out who your year 6 teacher is going to be! Mrs Painter will be posting on your class dojo page at some point during the morning with a link to where they can access the video clip who will reveal your new teacher! It should be up by lunchtime. I will be posting some modelling videos which will help with your maths work for the rest of the week.

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – Tell Me No Lies – Extract 2: Retrieval Questions
  • Writing – Features of a playscript
  • Maths – Addition and subtraction problems

Group 2

  • Reading – Attack of the Demon Dinner Ladies – Extract 1: Retrieval Questions
  • Writing – Vocabulary
  • Maths – 2-digits add and subtract ones

Both Groups

  • Spanish – Quiz
  • English – Transition Letter

After watching your video reveal – write a short letter explaining how you feel about your new teacher and moving up into year 6!

 

Remember, we are always here to help if you get stuck or want to share your work with us. We love seeing what you’re achieving. Have a lovely day.

 

Thank you,
Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

QR code for thematic quiz

Tuesday 30th June 2020

Good morning everyone, I hope you had a good start to the week yesterday. If you didn’t get the chance to yesterday, please start your morning by watching Mr Seex’s assembly on self-belief: https://vimeo.com/432806692
Password: NMPA

 

Last week, we asked you to complete a Thematic quiz. If you didn’t manage to do that, could you please ensure that you have a go at it after completing today’s thematic work. You will find the link below, under ‘Both Groups’.
Here is the work for today:

 

Group 1

  • Reading – Tell Me No Lies – Extract 1: First Impressions
  • Writing – Parenthesis
  • Maths – Roman numerals

Group 2

  • Reading – Attack of the Demon Dinner Ladies – Extract 1: First impressions
  • Writing – Expression and Understanding
  • Maths – Related facts

Both Groups

 

Keep up the good work! You are doing so well and we are so proud of every single one of you.

 

Thank you,

Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

Monday 29th June 2020

Good morning Year 5, we hope you had a lovely weekend and are all ready for another week of home learning. Please start your day by watching Mr Seex’s assembly. It is on self-belief and is linked to perseverance.
You can find the assembly here: https://vimeo.com/432806692
Password: NMPA

 

Keep a look out for the maths feedback video addressing misconceptions from last week’s quiz later in the day 😊

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – Tell Me No Lies: Blurb
  • Writing – Vocabulary
  • Maths – Roman numerals

Group 2

  • Reading – Reflection Questions: Front cover stimulus
  • Writing – Illustrations
  • Maths – Related facts

Both Groups

  • Science – Dissolving
  • Optional extra: PSHE
    Linked to last week’s RSE day – here is a link containing access to ‘The Book of Hopes’. It is a collection of short stories, poems, essays and pictures with contributions from more than 110 children’s writers and illustrators, including: Lauren Child, Anthony Horowitz, Greg James and Chris Smith, Michael Morpurgo, Liz Pichon, Axel Scheffler, Francesca Simon and Jacqueline Wilson. The collection is dedicated to the doctors, nurses, carers, porters, cleaners and everyone currently working in hospitals and is designed to inspire children during lockdown.

https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/9-12/book-hopes/

 

Remember we are always only just at the end of a dojo message if you have any questions or would like to share what you’ve been doing with us.  We would love to hear from you today.

 

Thank you,

Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

Friday 26th June

Good morning year 5. Well done for making it through another week of home learning! We are so proud of how well you’ve being doing and the amazing effort you are putting into your work. If you didn’t get the chance to earlier in the week, please complete the online maths and thematic quizzes by the end of today.
I will post the QR codes to take you directly to the page shortly.

 

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – How To Be A Cat – Creative inspiration activity
  • Writing – Editing
  • Maths – Multiplication using formal method up to 4 digits x 2 digits

Group 2

  • Reading – You’re a Bad Man, Mr Gum – Extract 2: Making predictions
  • Writing – Editing
  • Maths – Compare a + b > c + d

Both Groups

  • RE – The Torah Scrolls

 

 

 

Please message us with any questions or if you’d like to communicate. Have a lovely weekend 😊

 

Thank you,

Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

Dojo message Thursday 25th June

Good morning everyone. As today is RSE day, instead of the usual class book I will be reading a couple of poems and the children will be set the challenge of writing their own poem about love or dedicated to someone they love. Thank you to those of you who are sending through pictures of your completed work, we really do like to see how you’re getting on and it’s important for us to be able to give you feedback. On that note, the Maths quizzes for this week are now available. Please follow the link below to complete the short online quiz by the end of the week.

 

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – How To Be A Cat – Extract 2: Vocabulary activity
  • Writing – Modal Verbs of Ability
  • Maths – Multiplication using formal method up to 4 digits x 2 digits

Group 2

  • Reading – You’re a Bad Man, Mr Gum – Extract 2: Summarising a section of a story
  • Writing – Conjunctions
  • Maths – Compare a + b > c + d

Both Groups

  • PE – Dance from other cultures

 

 

  • PSHE

RSE day – watch the video that I will upload and read the poem about family. Can you write your own poem about love or dedicated to somebody that you love?

 

We hope you have a good day. Feel free to message us with any questions or to share what you’re doing.

 

Thank you,

Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

Dojo message Wednesday 24th June

Good morning year 5! I hope you’re having a good week so far. I uploaded some modelling videos yesterday which will help you with your Maths learning this week so make sure you watch those if you haven’t already done so 😊 Today, we are asking you to complete a little thematic quiz online, to check your understanding so far of the work we’ve done on the Islamic Golden Age. You will find the link below, under ‘both groups’. Please make time to do this before the end of the week.

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – How To Be A Cat – Extract 2: Prediction activity
  • Writing – Modal Verbs of Obligation
  • Maths – Area model/Grid method

Group 2

  • Reading – You’re a Bad Man, Mr Gum – Extract 1: Impression of a character
  • Writing – Sentence types
  • Maths – Part-whole relationships and fact families

Both Groups

 

Remember, we are always here to help if you get stuck or want to share your work with us. We love seeing what you’re achieving. Have a lovely day.

 

Thank you,
Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

Dojo message Tuesday 23rd June

Good morning everyone, I hope you had a good start to the week yesterday. It’s so lovely to see that the sunshine has reappeared! Keep a look out for the maths modelling videos which will be posted later in the day – these will really help you with your learning so please make sure you watch them 😊

Here is the work for today:

 

Group 1

  • Reading – How To Be A Cat – Extract 1: Dialogue analysis
  • Writing – Modal Verbs
  • Maths – Area model/Grid method

Group 2

  • Reading – You’re a Bad Man, Mr Gum – Extract 1: Reflection Questions
  • Writing – List sentences
  • Maths – Part-whole relationships and fact families

Both Groups

  • Thematic – Mosaics

 

  • PSHE
    An additional assembly, on kindness from Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge. You can find this on Oak Academy: https://youtu.be/AI8ox2bX_rQ. A competition is mentioned that is now expired. You should still be able to follow the entries and could still create your own version to send to the us, if you wish.

 

Keep up the good work! You are doing so well and we are so proud of every single one of you.

 

Thank you,
Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

Dojo message Monday 22nd June

and are all ready for another week of home learning. Please start your day by watching Mr Seex’s assembly. It’s called ‘Pause for Thought’ and gives us a chance to reflect on where we’re at, bringing together the learning from the assemblies we have had so far during lockdown, and considering how we are feeling.

Assembly: https://vimeo.com/431175995 Password: NMPA

Keep a look out for the maths feedback video addressing misconceptions from last week’s quiz later in the day 😊

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – Reflection questions – Front cover stimulus
  • Writing – Modal Verbs
  • Maths – Subtracting decimals with a different number of decimal places

Group 2

  • Reading – Reflection Questions: Front cover stimulus
  • Writing – A or An
  • Maths – Problem Solving


Both Groups

  • Science – Magnetic Materials
  • Optional extra: PSHE
    Reflect on the themes from the assemblies that we have had so far. Focus on the theme of gratitude. What do you feel grateful for? List five things that you are most grateful for since lockdown began. Here’s mine:
  • I am grateful that I get to spend so much extra time with my children and help them to learn and play.
  • I am grateful for the lovely sunshine that we had – we got the paddling pool and the tent out lots in the garden!
  • I am grateful for the chance to have the time to read lots of books.
  • I am grateful that I’ve had the time to improve my house and do some DIY!
  • I am grateful that I have such a wonderful class who I am so proud of.

 

Remember we are always only just at the end of a dojo message if you have any questions or would like to share what you’ve been doing with us.  We would love to hear from you today. We’d especially like to see your list of what you’re grateful for!

 

Thank you,
Year 5

Dojo message Thursday 18th June

Good morning everyone. Thank you to those of you who are sending through pictures of your completed work, we really do love seeing how you’re getting on and it’s important for us to be able to give you feedback. On that note, the Maths quizzes for this week are available. Please follow the link to complete the short online quiz by the end of the week.

 

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – A Pocketful of Stars – both extracts: Diary writing (empathy with characters)
  • Writing – Verbs and Metaphors
  • Maths – Adding decimals with a different number of decimal places

Group 2

  • Reading – Dindy and the Elephant – Both extracts: Personal choice
  • Writing – Adjectives
  • Maths – Four operations with lengths

Both Groups

  • Art – Mystic Rose

 

 

We hope you have a good day. Feel free to message us with any questions or to share what you’re doing.

 

Thank you,

Miss Fouracre and Miss Hill

Dojo message Tuesday 16th June

Good morning everyone. Today, we will be asking you to watch a video all about an exciting summer reading challenge. Miss Holden is introducing this to the school. Here is the link to the introduction video and below you will find that you’ve been tasked with exploring the website: https://www.loom.com/share/3f7e029b825e447e936a7539a13538c7

 

Keep a look out for the maths modelling videos which will be posted later in the day too! 😊

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – A Pocketful of Stars – Extract 1: Retrieval and inference questions.
  • Writing – Alliteration
  • Maths – Subtracting decimals with the same number of decimal places

 

Group 2

  • Reading – Dindy and the Elephant – Extract 1: Finding clues about a character
  • Writing – Alliteration
  • Maths – Order lengths


Both Groups

  • Thematic – What is geometric design and how is it used in architecture?

 

 

Keep up the good work! You are doing so well and we are so proud of every single one of you.

 

Thank you,
Year 5

Dojo message Monday 15th June

Good morning Year 5, we hope you had a lovely weekend and are all ready for another week of home learning. Please start your day by watching Mr Seex’s assembly. It is all about gratitude: https://www.loom.com/share/3cead99ec7a6455ab2166a8331412bc4

Password: NMPA

Keep a look out for the maths feedback video addressing misconceptions from last week’s quiz later on in the day 😊

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – Reflection questions: Imagination stimulus
  • Writing – ‘What do you want to be?’
  • Maths – Subtracting decimals with the same number of decimal places

Group 2

  • Reading – Reflection questions – Elephant canvas
  • Writing – ‘What do you want to be?’
  • Maths – Order lengths


Both Groups

  • Science – Magnets
  • Optional extra: PE
    Take some photographs of you completing your favourite physical activity that you’ve been using as your exercise since lockdown began. Send them through to us on ClassDojo and we’ll compile a Year 5 collage!

 

Remember we are always only just at the end of a dojo message if you have any questions or would like to share what you’ve been doing with us.  We would love to hear from you today!

 

Thank you,
Year 5

Dojo message Friday 12th June

Good morning year 5. Well done for making it to the end of another week of home learning. We are so very proud of you and think you’re doing brilliantly. Remember to complete the online Maths quiz today if you manage to do that yesterday! Please start your morning by watching Mrs Pennington’s praise assembly.

 

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Link for Maths quiz: https://forms.gle/RrwfhrBBXSbyjN4c6
  • Reading – Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief: Extract 2: Summarising
  • Writing – Short writing task – ‘We should not have school uniform’
  • Maths – Adding decimals with the same number of decimals places

Group 2

  • Writing – Editing
  • Maths – Compare lengths

Both Groups

  • RE – What is Judaism?
  • Optional extra: Reading
    Explore Epic books. Go to www.getepic.com and click on ‘students’. Our class code is ddr6933. If you would like to, write a short book review on something you’ve read and send it to your teacher.

 

I hope you have a lovely weekend.

 

Thank you,
Year 5

Dojo message Thursday 11th June

Good morning everybody. It’s that time of the week again, where we like to quiz you on what you have learned in Maths! Please take the time to follow the link and complete the online quiz, it really does help us to see how you’ve understood the learning and hopefully you find it fun too.

 

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Link for Maths quiz: https://forms.gle/RrwfhrBBXSbyjN4c6
  • Reading – Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief – Extract 2: Inference questions
  • Writing – Single paragraph outline planning
  • Maths – Adding decimals with the same number of decimals places

 

Group 2

  • Writing – Short Writing Task
  • Maths – Compare lengths

Both Groups

  • PE – Static one leg balance challenge
  • Optional extra: Art

Find your favourite family photograph and complete an observational drawing of it. It could be just a picture of you, or one of you plus your siblings, or your whole family! Send it through to me once you’ve finished, I’d love to see them and maybe even share them with the class on Dojo!

 

Remember to message us with any questions and please keep sending the work through; it’s great to see so many of you interacting so positively with the work packs.

 

Thank you,
Year 5

Dojo message Wednesday 10th June

 

Good morning year 5, we hope you are enjoying this week’s learning so far. If you would like to feature in this week’s praise assembly, then please send any photos through to us on ClassDojo by the end of today and we will pass them on to Mrs Pennington for you.

 

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief – Extract 1: Portrayal of the main character
  • Writing – Extending sentences using conjunctions
  • Maths – Adding decimals – crossing the whole

 

Group 2

  • Reading – Please Mrs Butler – Extract 2: Excuses
  • Writing – Planning
  • Maths – Measure length (m)

Both Groups

  • Computing – Hour of code
  • Optional extra: Maths

If you enjoyed the challenge last week to solve the mystery of the missing class pet, you might also like this one! It’s called ‘Escape the Maze’. You need to solve problems to unlock doors to help free the trapped teacher. Good luck! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJQ3D49jaks

 

Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊 Have a lovely day, we are always only at the end of a dojo message.

 

Thank you,
Year 5

Dojo message Tuesday 9th June

Good morning everyone. At our school, we believe that it is important to celebrate diversity and acknowledge that although everyone is different, we should all be treated the same. If you would like to know more about this, please explore these two resources today. The first is a little story about celebrating diversity and the second explores significant individuals throughout history:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kHa_HGzN-_4
https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/black-history-month-primary-and-secondary-resources/zjwf8xs

 

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading – Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief – Extract 1: First Impressions
  • Writing – Conjunction kernel activity
  • Maths – Adding decimals – crossing the whole

 

Group 2

  • Reading – Please Mrs Butler – Extract 1: Retrieval questions
  • Writing – Features of a diary
  • Maths – Measure length (m)

Both Groups

  • Thematic – Medicine – al-Zahrawi
  • Optional extra: British Values (PSHE)

See the links at the top of the dojo message. Make some notes about what you have learned and share your thoughts with us on ClassDojo If you would like to.

 

Please do not hesitate to message us if you have any questions or if you would like to share your learning with us – we love hearing from you!

 

Thank you,
Year 5

Dojo messsage Friday 5th June

Good morning everyone, happy Friday! We hope you have enjoyed the first week back and have engaged well with the new style of work packs. If you haven’t already done so, prioritize completing the mini maths quiz which assesses what we have been working on this week. Please make sure you have done this by the end of today. You will find the links to each group’s quizzes below.  The next praise assembly will be next Friday, 12th June. There will not be one today.

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Link for your maths quiz: https://forms.gle/KdV6RAWSzZ6Z4Ah98
  • Reading – Reflection link question plus completing the likes/dislikes/patterns/puzzles response grid
  • Writing – Short writing task: ‘We should have a school uniform’.
  • Maths – Complements to 1

 

Group 2

  • Link for your maths quiz: https://forms.gle/WBw59FsML1Pe41v36
  • Reading – Reflection link question plus completing the likes/dislikes/patterns/puzzles response grid
  • Writing – Copy and complete the sentences
  • Maths – Measure length (cm)

Both Groups

  • Music – Identify pulse and rhythm
  • Optional extra: Maths
    Here is a Maths puzzle for you to solve called ‘Who stole the class pet?’ Miss Quinn has returned to class to find that the class pet had disappeared! There are a number of suspects but none of them are very willing to tell you where they were at the time of the crime unless you do something for them first! Can you solve the problems to find out who was behind the crime? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mx_2oZadzWA

 

Remember to send us photographs of your completed work when you see the dojo logo in your work packs. Have a lovely weekend.

 

Thank you,
Year 5

Dojo message Thursday 4th June

Good morning year 5! Today, we are asking you to complete the mini maths quiz which assesses what we have been working on this week. It is really important that you prioritize completing this as it gives us valuable feedback on how you are getting on. You will find the links to each group’s quizzes below.

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Link for your maths quiz: https://forms.gle/KdV6RAWSzZ6Z4Ah98
  • Reading: The London Eye Mystery – Extract 2: Summarising
  • Writing: Single paragraph outline planning
  • Maths: Subtracting decimals within 1

Group 2

  • Link for your maths quiz: https://forms.gle/WBw59FsML1Pe41v36
  • Reading: Charlie Changes Into A Chicken: Imagining yourself in the character’s shoes
  • Writing: Clauses and conjunctions
  • Maths: Count in fractions

Both Groups

  • Art – The Hagia Sophia
  • Optional extra: Reading
    Visit www.getepic.com to remind yourself of the fantastic range of books that you can read online for free. If you’d like to, complete a little book review of a book you’ve enjoyed from this website recently and send it to me so I can share it with the class.

 

We hope you have a really good day. Please send us photographs and messages if you’d like to, we are missing you.

 

Thank you,
Year 5

Dojo message Wednesday 3rd June

Good morning everybody. I hope you are enjoying the new packs and that you are now back into the swing of working from home. Thank you to those of you who are sending through photographs and sharing your completed work with us. If you would like to feature in this week’s praise assembly, then please send us a picture of your home achievements by the end of the day so we can forward it on to Mrs Pennington.

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading: The London Eye Mystery – Extract 1: Idioms
  • Writing: Commas to separate clauses or phrases
  • Maths: Subtracting decimals within 1

Group 2

  • Reading: Charlie Changes Into A Chicken – Extract 2: Retrieval and inference questions
  • Writing: Clauses and conjunctions
  • Maths: Count in fractions

Both Groups

  • Spanish – Quiz
  • Optional extra: Art
    The Disney Store have lots of free downloadable activity booklets with colouring sheets as well as ‘how to draw’ pages: https://www.shopdisney.co.uk/events-page-2. This looks like it could be a lot of fun!

 

Remember how important it is to get your daily exercise. I hope you have a good day and enjoy your learning.

 

Thank you,
Year 5

Dojo message Tuesday 2nd June

I hope you all enjoyed the first day ‘back’ yesterday and are enjoying completing your new packs. If you didn’t get the chance, please make sure you have watched the opening chapter of our new class book, ‘PAX’ along with Mr Seex’s assembly on hope. Both of these were posted on dojo yesterday.

Remember that every time you see the little dojo symbol, that means we’d like you to send us a photograph of your work on dojo so that we can share this with the class.

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading: The London Eye Mystery: Extract 1: Retrieval and Inference questions
  • Writing: Commas to separate clauses or phrases
  • Maths: Adding decimals within 1

Group 2

  • Reading: Charlie Changes Into A Chicken: Extract 1: Retelling part of a story
  • Writing: Clauses and conjunctions
  • Maths: Find three quarters

Both Groups

  • Thematic – Inventions from the Islamic Golden Age
  • Optional extra: Reading
    J K Rowling has written a new children’s book called ‘The Ickabog’. She is releasing 2/3 chapters every weekday and is asking for children to send her ideas for illustrations as part of a competition:  https://www.theickabog.com/read-the-story/

Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊 You can always send us a message if you get stuck, need any help or simply to share your thoughts with us! We look forward to hearing from you.

 

Thank you,
Year 5

Dojo message Monday 1st June

Monday 1st June 2020

Good morning everybody. Welcome to a new half-term and the start of a new month! I hope you had a lovely half-term and managed to get out in the beautiful sunshine plenty of times. This morning, please start your day by watching Mr Seex’s assembly which is all about hope: https://vimeo.com/424473134

Password: NMPA

You will notice that the format of the new packs and the work included within looks a little different. This is because we wanted to give you more opportunity to reflect and interact with us and your learning. Every time you see the little dojo symbol, that means we’d like you to send us something on dojo! All the websites also have QR codes. If you open up the camera on your device and hover over these, you will be directed directly to the website.

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading: Reflection questions – clock stimulus
  • Writing: Read the newspaper article ‘Pupils Protest Over New Uniform Rules’. Write notes about the article next to the subheadings: Who, Where, When, What and Why.
  • Maths: Adding decimals within 1

Group 2

  • Reading: Reflection questions – bird stimulus
  • Writing: Sentences about animals (focusing on active verbs and subject)
  •  Maths: Find three quarters

Both Groups

  • Science: Identifying solids, liquids and gases.
  • We are starting to read a new class book today. It is called PAX and is written by an author called Sara Pennypacker. It’s about a fox and his boy, Peter, who he is separated from. We will be uploading daily videos reading from this book.
  • Optional extra: PE
    Miss Rowe has sent out a message about remote team sports from Shenley Academy. It follows a competitive format and the first challenge is for today. You can find the full information and watch an explanatory video by viewing the post on school story on dojo.

Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊 I hope you have a great first day back. Any questions, please feel free to message.

 

Thank you,
Year 5

Dojo message Friday 22nd May

Friday 22nd May 2020
Good morning everybody. It is the last day of online learning before the half term break. Make sure you watch the feedback video that I will post later today. It addresses the misconceptions from the Maths quiz.

Here is today’s work:
Group 1
– Comprehension: ‘The Canterville Ghost’ page 14. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
– Arithmetic: Order and compare numbers up to 1,000,000
– Maths: Comparing Decimals
– Spelling: Test
– Writing activity- Animation of the book ‘Tuesday’. Revise Modal Verbs. Write interview questions.

Group 2
-Comprehension: Read ‘Can’t Do Anything’. Then answer the questions. Do this either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.

-Maths: Use your knowledge of place value and number facts to solve the problems. Understand the relationship between multiplication and addition (fours and sixes). For example: 4+4+4+4 is the same as 4×4 or 6+6+6 is the same 3×6.

-Handwriting: Trace and copy the patterns. Say the sounds. Make sure you use your best handwriting and your pencil is sharp.

-English: Read the sentences. Use the word bank to complete the sentences. Using the words in the word bank, write your own sentences.

-Phonics: Replace the middle sound of each word with a vowel (a, e or i) to form a new word that matches the picture.

-Thematic: Colour in the picture of Freya the Viking Goddess. Then write a few sentences explaining why Freya was so important to the Vikings. Remember to send a picture of your work to Miss Wilde.

-Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/The-Witches-Daughter.pdf

Both Groups
-Optional extra: Our chess club teacher has sent through an online video guide to playing chess should anyone want to take up a new hobby. If you don’t have chess boards, there are many sites that will allow you to play online. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLit0NSA1Ug7WxWe12US9A0P5KHVqbfkAt
-Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊

Have a lovely half term break. I am so proud of all the work you have done this half term!

Year 5

Dojo message Thursday 21st May

Good morning year 5! If you haven’t already done so, please make sure you complete the maths quiz that went out yesterday. The link for each group is below. Please continue to send us pictures of your work, we love seeing how you’re getting on 😊
Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Maths Quiz: https://forms.gle/HGw6cv1F8AmReMdg7
  • Reading: Ice Queen Ann Daniels, page 12
  • Arithmetic: Write the following numbers in digits questions 3-4
  • Maths: Rounding Decimals
  • SPaG: Year 5 Summer 1 questions 11-20
  • PE: Read and make notes all about athletics on dkfindout.com and then take the action-packed sports quiz!

Group 2

  • Maths Quiz: https://forms.gle/SVdWTKBoEazwvT9o6
  • Comprehension:  Read the description of Tornadoes. There are some really interesting words to give you an idea of what tornadoes are like, can you find some of these words and write them down? Then answer the questions. do this either on the sheet or in your A5 English / handwriting book.
  • Maths:   Write down your 4, 6 and 8 times tables. Then play on times table rock stars: can you beat your previous scores?
  • Handwriting: Trace and copy the patterns, say the sounds. Make sure you use your best handwriting and your pencil is sharp.
  • Phonics: Identify the a-e split diagraph. Write the word to label the pictures. Then put these words into sentences.
  • English: Unscramble the sentences so that they make sense, use the pictures to help you.
  • Science: On Tuesday, you drew the lifecycle of a frog. Using the sheet provided, can you write about the different stages in more detail, Can you remember the names of each stage? (you can use the internet to help you if you have forgotten some of them)

Follow the link for your reading book

https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/The-Witches-Daughter.pdf

Both Groups

Optional extra:

  • A message from Mr Jenkins with an exciting opportunity for you all:

Times Table Rockstars have joined up with Guinness World Records and will be creating the first ever TTRS official record: “the highest score achieved on ‘Times Tables Rock Stars in one minute!” To make an Official Attempt, players need to record a video of themselves achieving their highest score in the Studio and send the video to support@mathscircle.com by 23:59 UK time on 4th June 2020. This is an amazing opportunity to become a real-life world record holder!
– Oliver K has recommended a drawing with Rob live lesson. The link is here: https://youtu.be/OSUN5vR4QZY. This looks like it could be a lot of fun. The lesson will go live today at 4pm.

Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊 Make the most of the beautiful weather and have a lovely day!

Thank you,
Year 5

Dojo message Wednesday 20th May

Good morning everybody. Well done for all your hard work! We are doing the Maths quiz today, so we have time to make a feedback video before the half term. Like last week, it should only take a couple of minutes.

Here is today’s work:
Group 1

-Maths Quiz: https://forms.gle/HGw6cv1F8AmReMdg7
– Comprehension: ‘Poems About Food’ page 10. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
– Arithmetic: Read and write numbers up to 1,000,000
– Maths: Addition and Subtraction of Fractions 2
– Handwriting: Unit 7 Consistent size of letters
– Writing activity: Video about a train to London. Second part of Skimbleshanks. Practise parentheses.

Group 2

  • Maths Quiz: https://forms.gle/SVdWTKBoEazwvT9o6
  • Comprehension: Read the poem ‘The Unicorn Hunt’. Answer the questions on the following page. Do this either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • Maths:
    • Subtract numbers from 20 (beyond 10). You can draw a number line or use concrete manipulatives like counters, pencils or Lego if this helps.
    • Multiply by 4. Draw an array for each calculation if you need to.
  • English: Your favourite cartoon character has moved in next door and feels totally lost. Tell the story. Draw a picture of your character. Do this either on the sheet or in your A5 English / handwriting book.
  • Handwriting: Trace and copy the patterns. Say the sounds. Make sure you use your best handwriting and your pencil is sharp.
  • Thematic: Fill the map with facts and pictures from what you have already learnt about the Vikings. You could include some questions that you might want to research another day. Remember to send a picture of your work to Miss Wilde.
  • Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/The-Witches-Daughter.pdf

Both Groups
– Make sure you do the Maths quiz so we know how best to support you.

-Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊
Year 5

Dojo message Tuesday 19th May

Good morning year 5! If you haven’t already done so, please make sure you watch Mr Seex’s assembly which was posted yesterday: https://www.loom.com/share/8c8e385a6671467ab697cb245139794f
Password: NMPA.
There was also a misconceptions video from last week’s maths quiz that was uploaded onto our class dojo story so make sure you take a look when you get the chance. Hope you are enjoying the lovely sunshine!
Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading: ‘Hans Brinker, or The Silver Skates’ – page 8
  • Arithmetic: Flora’s Flower Shop questions 9-10
  • Maths: Addition and Subtraction of Fractions 1
  • SPaG: Year 5 Summer 1 – questions 1-10
  • Music: Read and make notes on the musical instruments on dkfindout.com and then take the musical instruments quiz!

Group 2

– Comprehension: Look at the picture  -parts of the picture have been compared to other things. Tick the sentence you think is correct, then say why you chose that one. Do this either on the sheet or in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
– Maths: Snakes and ladders – 2,3 and 5 times tables. See if you can get one of your family members to play this with you. Then, complete the number line and answer the questions.
– Phonics: Circle the ‘ur’ words and write the words underneath then put the words into a sentence.
– English: Complete the ‘Grammar and Punctuation’ sheet.
– Science: Can you draw the lifecycle of a frog?
– Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/The-Witches-Daughter.pdf

Both Groups

Optional extra:

  • This website contains free audiobooks for all age ranges. There are some fantastic books in this selection. They’re linked to QR codes so you can use them on any mobile device:

https://www.booksfortopics.com/storytime-online

Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊
Have a good day. Please continue to send us pictures of your work, we love seeing how you’re interacting with the learning.

Thank you,
Year 5

Dojo message Monday 18th May

Good morning everybody. I hope you had a lovely weekend.

Here is today’s work:
Group 1
– Comprehension: ‘Lost Hearts’ page 4. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
– Arithmetic: Solve problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
– Maths: Improper Fractions
– Spelling: Statutory spelling challenge words
– Science: Life cycles, Life Cycles: Animals, Life Cycles of Birds, Life Cycles of Insects, Life Cycles of Amphibians

Group 2
-Comprehension: Read the poem ‘Galloping Still’. Look for the rhymes in the poem. Listen for the galloping rhythm. Then answer the questions either on the sheet or in your A5 English / handwriting book.

-Maths: Understanding the relationship between multiplication and addition. For example: 9+9 is the same as 2×9. Complete the sheet. You can draw an array for each calculation if this helps. Then, use place value and number facts to solve the problems.

-English: Complete the Jumbled Sentences sheet.

-Handwriting: Complete the handwriting sheet. Remember to use your best handwriting. Make sure pencil is sharp. Do this in your A5 English/handwriting book.

-Thematic: Write a newspaper article about a Viking raid. Use what you have learnt about Vikings to do this. Remember to send a picture of your work to Miss Wilde.

-Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/The-Witches-Daughter.pdf
Both Groups
-Optional extra: Read the latest copy of Storytime Magazine. Story Time Magazine has created a range of wonderful resources for children to complete at home. There are exciting art, science, reading and PSHE activities linked around a futuristic tale.
-Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊

Year 5

Dojo message for Friday 15th May

Good morning year 5! Here is the link for Mrs Pennington’s praise assembly: https://www.loom.com/share/e9699a4391774f7db4b2deadb110fc81
If you would like to feature in next week’s assembly, please continue to send us photos of your amazing home learning. As today is the end of the week, could you make sure that you have completed the little online maths quiz. It shouldn’t take you long to complete.
Here is the work for today:

Group 1

 

Group 2

  • Link to Maths Quiz: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeEaMVW69j9W94BWkyEERUIsskubJHGw-sNjP1_rT6X2WW6rw/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1
    – Comprehension: Read the NON-FICTION text about Mount Everest, then answer the questions either on the sheet or in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
    – Maths: Complete the ‘Number and place value’ sheet. Then multiply by 6 – you can draw an array for each calculation if this helps.
    – Handwriting: Copy out the limerick, remember to use your best handwriting.
    – English: Complete the Grammar and Punctuation sheet
    – Thematic: Tell us everything you have learnt about the Vikings, tell us what you would still like to know. Use the sheet provided to do this.
    – Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/The-Lost-Egg.pdf

Both Groups

Make sure you have completed both parts of our Learning Challenge for this week. Read the PowerPoint that was uploaded onto dojo earlier in the week and then design a poster containing all that you have learned about Baghdad around 900AD. You could present this however you like, but please send us a picture of your completed work.
Optional extra: You can watch live streams of animals across the world. Definitely one for the jungle explorers out there!

https://explore.org/livecams?utm_source=29724&utm_medium=cc-email&utm_term=TTF+-+Small+Weekly+-+200514&utm_content=Untitled5&utm_campaign=8400685

 

Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊

Have a good day and a lovely weekend.

 

Thank you,
Year 5

Dojo message for Thursday 14th May

Good morning everybody. Well done for all your hard work! Today we are introducing one new task- a Maths quiz. These will be sent out weekly and we will create a video to address any common misconceptions. It should only take a couple of minutes. It is really important because it will help us identify how you are getting on with your learning so we know how to best support you.

Here is today’s work:
Group 1

-Maths Quiz: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScL64ebVCM48PCLOEpzNp8yHZu7RK3ujQQhPpe9GSOq30E_RQ/viewform
– Comprehension: ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’ page 24. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
– Arithmetic: Solve the problems involving multiplication and division including using knowledge of factors, multiples and cubes
– Maths: Find the Numbers
– SPaG: Year 5 Spring 2, questions 11-20
– Afternoon task- Read and make notes about Shakespeare’s Globe on https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/music-art-and-literature/shakespeares-globe/ and then take the William Shakespeare quiz!
Group 2

-Maths Quiz: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeEaMVW69j9W94BWkyEERUIsskubJHGw-sNjP1_rT6X2WW6rw/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1
-Comprehension: Read the poem ‘Lost in the Garden’. Then answer the questions either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.

– Maths: Add on from any number to make 100. Add on in tens first, then ones (it might be helpful to draw a number line). Then, describe and continue patterns of shapes. Draw the next five shapes for each pattern. Then answer the question under each pattern.

– Phonics: Complete the home learning phonics revision sheet. Answer these questions in your A5 English/handwriting book.

– English: Draw and describe an imaginary pet you would like (or not like) to have. Do this in your A5 English/handwriting book. Remember to use good adjectives (describing words) to tell us all about your pet.

– Science: Complete the Assessment sheet- ‘Animals including humans’.
Both Groups
-Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊
Year 5

Dojo message for Wednesday 13th May

 

Good morning year 5! I hope you are enjoying this week’s learning so far. Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading: Cora and the King page 18
  • Arithmetic: Recognise and use square numbers and cubed numbers, and the notation for square and cubed
  • Maths: Word Problems (1 and 2step)
  • Handwriting: Unit 6 – Spacing in common exception words
  • Writing Activity – ‘Hunted’. Think about ‘Unanswered Questions’. Plan a story.

 

Group 2

– Comprehension: Read the information sheet about Carnival Mask. Then answer the questions either on the sheet or in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
– Maths: Subtract (take away) any numbers below 50. Remember to take the tens first, then the ones. Write down the working out as this will help – you could draw a number line. Then use the <, > and = to make the number sentences correct (remember the crocodile likes eats the big number). Finally, fill in the missing numbers on the number square.
– English: ‘Simple Sentence Unscramble’ – look at the picture and read the words. Write the words in the correct order to make a sentence about the pictures. Make sure the sentences make sense, read them out loud to yourself or a family member.
– Handwriting: Complete the handwriting sheet, remember to use your best handwriting and make sure your pencil is sharp.
– Learning Challenge: Passport in Time- the Vikings. Use the resources provided to create your own Viking passport.
– Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/The-Lost-Egg.pdf

Both Groups

We are going to be uploading a PowerPoint presentation to help you with the second part of our learning challenge for this week. We would like you to complete this at any point before the end of the week. Read the PowerPoint carefully and then design a poster containing all that you have learned about Baghdad around 900AD this week. You could present this however you like, but please send us a picture of your completed work.
Optional extra: We have found another fantastic competition for you to enter – this time for aspiring authors. The prize available is an author visit for school! The theme is home, eg the writer’s home or an imaginary home of a different person or creature, and the story should be a maximum of 500 words. Further details are available on the website.

http://fcbg.org.uk/national-share-a-story-month/

Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊

Hope you have an enjoyable day.

Thank you,
Year 5

Tuesday 12th May

Tuesday 12th May 2020
Good morning Year 5! This week’s assembly is about Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: https://www.loom.com/share/48652c220e0d4fef863493ec0b14f566 Password: NMPA

Here is today’s work:
Group 1
– Comprehension: ‘The Oak and the Linden Tree’ page 16. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
– Arithmetic: Multiplying and divide whole numbers and decimals by 10, 100 and 1000
– Maths: Missing Number/Word Problems
– SPaG: Year 5 Spring 2 questions 1-10
– Afternoon Task: Watch ‘Children Just Like Me’ on https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/video/more-find-out/children-just-like-me-video/ and then create a similar video all about yourself.

Group 2
-Comprehension: Look at the treasure map. You need to know which way to go if you head North, South, East or West. If you don’t, you won’t find the treasure.  Use the map and the clues on the next page to help you. Then answer the questions either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.

-English: Answer the questions on the English and Grammar and Punctuation sheet.

-Maths: Multiply by 9. Remember the more you practice the better you become. You can draw an array for each calculation if it helps you. Then use your knowledge of place value to answer the word problems. Remember to write down the working out as this will help you.

-Phonics: Find and write the ‘ir’ words. Write all the words, then colour the words with an ‘ir’ in them. Remember to sound the words out.

-Science: Habitat fact file activity- There are two sheets you can choose which one you complete. Choose an animal and its habitat. Draw a picture of the animal in the box provided. Draw something interesting about the animal. Then choose what it would eat. If want to, you can complete all the sheets using three different animals but this is optional. Remember to send a picture of your work to Miss Wilde.

-Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/The-Lost-Egg.pdf

Both Groups

-We are starting now to think about our new learning challenge for the Summer term. We will be learning about the Islamic Golden Age. We would like you to complete the first past of the task by the end of today. Part one of the task: Watch this video about Baghdad in 900AD- https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/baghdad-in-900ad-the-golden-age-of-islam/zjfxpg8 . Make notes on what you learn from the video.

-Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊

Have a good day and keep sending your photos of what you have been up to.

Year 5

Dojo message for Monday 11th May

Monday 11th May 2020

Good morning everybody. I hope you had a wonderful longer weekend and enjoyed celebrating VE day. This morning, please start your day by watching Mrs Pennington’s praise assembly from last week: https://www.loom.com/share/199b3a6535b5450d824c41b6d927d0e5. It’s so lovely to see so many of year 5 featured. These children will all be receiving certificates through the post shortly. If you would like to be in this week’s praise assembly, please continue to send pictures to us.

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading: Goodnight Mister Tom – page 10
  • Arithmetic: ‘Solve the following’. You will need to decide what to do with any remainders questions 4-5
  • Maths: Written Method for x/÷
  • Spelling: Words with an ‘ear’ sound spelt ‘ere’. Complete the practice sheet and familiarise yourself with the words.
  • Science – Germination, Plant Growth, Mini-Project – Taking Cuttings

 

Group 2

– Comprehension: Read The Alien Party answer the question on the next page either on the sheet or in your A5 English /Handwriting book.
– Maths: Understand multiplication by adding an array (twos and threes) You can draw the array or use counters or Lego if this helps. Take care to add every number
– English: Write instructions about how to make a jam sandwich. If you’re very lucky, your parent or carer might let you make one for real (remember to wash your hands first)! If not, you can watch a video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2KxoWtb2VE
Don’t forget to use fronted adverbials of time, for example: first, secondly, finally etc
– Handwriting: Complete the handwriting sheet. Trace and copy the patterns, say the sound as you do it. Remember to use your best handwriting and make sure your pencil is sharp.
– Thematic: Make your own long boat with the template provided, if this proves to be too difficult you could draw a longboat. Remember to send a picture of your work to Miss Wilde.
– Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/The-Lost-Egg.pdf

Both Groups

We are starting now to think about our new learning challenge for the Summer term. We will be learning about the Islamic Golden Age. We would like you to complete the first past of the task either today or tomorrow.
Part one of the task: Watch this video about Baghdad in 900AD: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/baghdad-in-900ad-the-golden-age-of-islam/zjfxpg8 . Make notes on what you learn from the video.
Optional extra: For those of you that are David Walliams fans, there is a theatre production of The Midnight Gang which can be streamed for free up until the end of May! https://www.cft.org.uk/the-midnight-gang-broadcast

Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊 Have a lovely day.

Thank you,
Year 5

Dojo message Thursday 7th May

Thursday 7th May 2020

Good morning everybody. I hope the week is going well for you and that you are enjoying the home learning tasks. Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading: Baby Birds p6
  • Arithmetic: Divide numbers up to 4 digits by a one-digit number using the formal written method of short division
  • Maths: Written Method for Division
  • SPaG: Year 5 Spring 1 Questions 11-20
  • Geography – Write a summary or create a PowerPoint all about your chosen country. This is from the research work that you completed on Tuesday afternoon using Oddizzi. Go onto the ‘Explore the World’ tab and choose a country that takes your interest. It could be somewhere that you’ve visited in the past or somewhere that you’d love to go in your lifetime. Username – student, password – NMPA2020.

 

Group 2

– Comprehension: Read ‘The Great Escape’. There is a table on the next page for you fill in with facts from the story.
– Maths: Add 3 or 4 numbers by finding pairs that make 10 (look for numbers that make 10 first using your prior knowledge of number bonds to 10 for example 4+6=10 6+4=10). Then understanding multiplication by adding in an array (fives and tens). Draw the arrays as this will help you to solve the calculations.
– English: Complete the jumbled sentences. Then create some jumbled sentences of your own! Get someone in your family to solve them. Do this in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
– Phonics: Circle all the words that have the ir sound then write some ir words of your own and put them into sentences. Do this in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
– Science: An ecosystem is an area where living organisms interact with each other and with the non-living parts of their environment. The living parts of an ecosystem are called biotic factors Look at the picture on the sheet and then answer the questions.
– Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/Lets-Be-Friends-Again.pdf

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Optional extra: There is an exciting history competition to get involved in for children aged 6-13. The task is to write a postcard from the point of view of a historical character in a historical lockdown. I think you will be able to have some fun with this one! The competition is from BBC History Revealed:

https://www.historyextra.com/period/modern/postcards-past-enter-our-exciting-lockdown-history-competition/

Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊 It’s lovely that the sunshine is back. Please continue to send us pictures and communicating via dojo.

 

Thank you,

Year 5

 

Dojo message Wednesday 6th May

Good morning everybody.

Here is today’s work:
Group 1
– Comprehension: ‘Gertrude Ederle’ page 2. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
– Arithmetic: Find the answers to the following as quickly as you can q.15
– Maths: Written Multiplication Review
– Handwriting: Unit 5 Break letters: x, z
– Writing activity- ‘Butterflies’ by Kevin Crossley Holland. Revise adverbials. Write a paragraph about what might happen next in the story.
Group 2
-Comprehension: ‘A Guide to Butterflies’- Answer the questions in full sentences either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.

-English: Complete ‘The English Grammar and Punctuation’ sheet either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.

-Maths: Complete the addition calculations to make numbers less than 20. Use your number bonds to make 10 first or draw a number line if it helps. Then, complete the word problems counting in steps of 5 from 0.

-Handwriting: Complete the handwriting sheet. Remember to use your best handwriting, take your time and make sure your pencil is sharp.

-Thematic: ‘Viking Gods and Goddesses Decoding’ worksheet- Decode the runes to reveal the name of the Viking God or Goddess. Then, use your researching skills to find interesting facts about one of the Gods or Goddesses. Remember to send a picture of your work to Miss Wilde.

-Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/Lets-Be-Friends-Again.pdf
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-Optional extra: This website contains video instructions and engaging deeper thinking activities for maths should you want any additional daily practise: http://www.iseemaths.com/home-lessons/
-Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊

Have a good day. We are enjoying seeing the photos of all you have been doing.

Year 5

Dojo message Tuesday 5th May

Good morning everybody. I hope you all managed to watch Mrs Pennington’s video and Mr Seex’s assembly yesterday. If not, try to catch up with those today as it will really benefit you to hear what they have to say. Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading: Poems about Knights p22
  • Arithmetic: Use your knowledge of multiplying by 10, 100, 1000 to solve questions 12-14
  • Maths: Long Multiplication
  • SPaG: Year 5 Spring 1 questions 1-10
  • Geography – Research a country using Oddizzi (www.oddizzi.com). Go onto the ‘Explore the World’ tab and choose a country that takes your interest. It could be somewhere that you’ve visited in the past or somewhere that you’d love to go in your lifetime.
    Username – student, password – NMPA2020.

 

Group 2

– Comprehension: Read The Bug Hunt (in your pack) Answer the questions in full sentences either on the sheet or in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
– English: Tell the story of ‘The Gingerbread Monster’ – remember to use some good descriptive language in your story. Also to use full sentences with the correct punctuation including question marks and exclamation marks.
– Maths: Complete the missing numbers counting backwards in twos. Then on the sheet subtract numbers from 10 using your number bonds to 10 to help you. If it helps, you could use counters, pencils or Lego to help you subtract.
– Phonics: Help Froggy to find the words that begin with the same two letters as the pictures in the boxes. Can you come up with two other words of your own for each picture in the boxes?
– Science: Last term, we were looking at living things in their habitats. Look at the ‘Animal Adaption’ sheet (adaption means something that changes to become suitable to a new or special situation). List two ways that each animal has adapted to its habitat. The first one has been done for you.
– Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/Lets-Be-Friends-Again.pdf

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Optional extra: The Geographical Association have developed some fantastic resources to explore geography at home, including a section devoted to the geography of the coronavirus. This website is highly recommended: https://www.geography.org.uk/geography-from-home.

 

 

Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊 It’s lovely that the sunshine is back. Please send us pictures of what you’re getting up to, we love hearing from you.

Thank you,

Year 5

 

Dojo message Monday 4th May

Good morning everybody. Welcome to the third week of our Summer term. Look out for the link to Mr Seex’s assembly and the message from Mrs Pennington that I will be posting shortly and start your day by watching them. The assembly is about VE Day.
Here is today’s work:
Group 1
– Comprehension: ‘A Letter from E.B. White’ page 20. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
– Arithmetic: Find the answers using the known fact given q.9-11
– Maths: Written Method for Multiplication
– Spelling: Adverbials of place
– Science- Fruits and seeds, Seeds
Group 2
-Comprehension: Read the poem ‘My Funny Family’. Answer the questions either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.

-Maths: Complete the counting forwards in twos worksheet. Then complete the number and place value reasoning worksheet.

-English: ‘Identify the Common Nouns’- write the name of the nouns underneath each picture. Then write sentences using some of the nouns. ‘Identify Collective Nouns’- put the name of the objects, people or animals next to the correct collective noun. Do this on the worksheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.

-Handwriting: Complete the handwriting sheet. Do this as neatly as you can. Make sure your pencil is nice and sharp.

-Thematic: Use the newspaper template to write a newspaper account of the Vikings landing in England. Use your previous knowledge of newspaper writing to complete this task. You may have to do a little research to refresh your memory of this. Try to answer the questions on the information sheet in your newspaper account. Remember to send a picture of your work to Miss Wilde.

-Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/TOTALLY-BORED-BORIS.pdf
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-Optional extra: From Miss Holden- Are you looking for something interesting and new to read at home? The Literacy Trust has put together ‘A Book of Hopes’, which offers children and families a completely free and extraordinary collection of short stories, poems, essays and pictures. More than 110 children’s writers and illustrators, including Lauren Child, Anthony Horowitz, Greg James and Chris Smith, Michael Morpurgo, Liz Pichon, Axel Scheffler, Francesca Simon and Jacqueline Wilson have got together to inspire and entertain children during this difficult time. Enjoy reading and don’t forget to share your favourites with us. Link: https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/9-12/book-hopes/
-Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊

Have a good day. We would love to see pictures of your work and hear all about your weekend.

Year 5

 

Dojo message Friday 1st May

 

Good morning everybody. Welcome to a brand new month! We’ve made it to the end of another week of home learning. Remember to collect your work pack for the next few weeks this afternoon if you haven’t already done so. We’re so very proud of you. Well done for everything you’re doing.

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading: The Great Fire of London page 10. The questions are on the following page. Answer these in your English/Handwriting book.
  • Arithmetic: You can work out the multiples of 18 by multiplying by 9 and then doubling the answer – questions 6-8
  • Maths: Square and Cube Numbers
  • Spelling: Ask somebody in your household to test you on the words that you learnt earlier in the week.
  • Writing Activity – Create a newspaper article based on the extract.

 

Group 2

– Comprehension: Read The Lion and the Mouse (in your pack). Then number the events in the order they happened in the story. Then answer this question: The lion and the mouse is a well-known fable. Can you explain what the word fable means and name some stories that are fables? Do this in your A5 English/handwriting book.
– English: Complete, ‘What would you do if your favourite toy came to life?’ sheet in your pack.
– Maths: Division by grouping worksheet.
– Phonics: Colour all the words that have ‘ng. Then read the word and draw the picture activity.
– Thematic: Viking Story Board – draw pictures to match the text to create your own Viking Comic Strip. Remember to use speech bubbles for when a character is talking.
– Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/Lets-Be-Friends-Again.pdf

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Optional extra: Here is a list of non-screen activities that the children can do at home. See if there’s any you might like to try:

https://medium.com/pobble/25-more-simple-and-fun-non-screen-activities-that-children-can-do-at-home-f74550c00a84

 

Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊 Even if it’s raining outside, try to get an indoor workout done.

Have an enjoyable day and a lovely weekend.

Year 5

 

jo message Thursday 30th April

Good morning everybody. Well done to those of you who are keeping up with a good routine!

Here is today’s work:

Group 1

  • Comprehension: ‘Why Recycle?’ page 6 The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
  • Arithmetic: ‘Find the missing numbers in the doubling machines q.4-5’
  • Maths: ‘Square Numbers’ Choose to complete either section A, B or C, depending on how much you wish to challenge yourself. C is the most challenging.
  • SPaG: Year 5 Autumn 2 Questions 11-20
  • Learning Challenge: Viking Jorvik

Group 2

  • Comprehension: ‘Astronaut: Helen Sharma’ Answer the questions in full sentences either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • English: Complete the SPAG sheet in your pack.
  • Maths: ‘Shopping’ Work out much change you would have if you bought the items on the worksheet.
  • Handwriting: Complete the handwriting sheet in your pack.
  • Science: Complete Animal Growth wordsearch. Remember to send a picture of your work to Miss Wilde.
  • Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/Lets-Be-Friends-Again.pdf

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Real PE is full of fun, active, free activities for the children to do at home. Website Address:home.jasmineactive.com Email: parent@northfield-2.com Password: northfield

 

Year 5

 

Dojo message Wednesday 29th April

Good morning everybody. We hope that you’re all okay even though the weather seems to have turned. We’d love to see pictures of your rainy day activities and completed work today!

Here is the work for today:

Group 1

  • Reading: An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth p4
  • Arithmetic: Multiply and divide numbers mentally, drawing upon known facts
  • Maths: Multiplying/Dividing by 10, 100, 1000
  • Handwriting: Unit 3 Introducing diagonal join from p and b to an anticlockwise letter: pa, po, ps, ba, bo, bs – Copy this sheet out in your neatest handwriting into your handwriting book.
  • Writing Activity – Last Friday, you completed a writing task where you were asked to read a text and write what happened just before and just after the action. Re-read this text and then answer the questions on the sheet entitled ‘Activity 3’.

 

Group 2

– Comprehension: Read ‘Does Chocolate Grow on Trees?’  Answer the questions below in full sentences either on the sheet or in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
1. What does the word vast mean?
2. Can you name different types of chocolate? (e.g. milk chocolate)
3. Name a famous book about a chocolate factory.
4. What famous chocolate factory is in our local area?
– English: What would you do if you had a pet dragon? Complete this in your A5 English/handwriting book.
– Maths: Measuring length and height worksheet.
– Phonics: Word and picture matching worksheet.
– Thematic: What did Vikings eat? Worksheet in your pack. Now can you tell me what you would choose to eat if you were a Viking?
– Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/Lets-Be-Friends-Again.pdf

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Optional extra: We are offering you the chance to take part in another exciting art competition which has been organised by Waitrose and John Lewis. Children can design a ‘super bear’ and the winner’s design will be made into a bear to be sold in stores at Christmas. All profits will be going to the NHS. The following link has all the details:

https://www.johnlewispartnership.co.uk/media/press/y2020/jl-and-wr-launch-soft-toy-design-competition.html

 

Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊 Even though it’s raining outside, try to do an indoor workout.

Have a lovely day.

Year 5

Dojo message Tuesday  28th April

Good morning everybody.

Here is today’s work:

Group 1

  • Comprehension: ‘Facts and Opinions’ page 34. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
  • Arithmetic: ‘Multiply numbers up to 4 digits by a one or two-digit number using formal written method’
  • Maths: ‘Prime Factors’. Choose to complete either section A, B or C, depending on how much you wish to challenge yourself. C is the most challenging.
  • SPaG: Year 5 Autumn 2 Questions 1-10
  • Learning Challenge: The Danes and the Danelaw

Group 2

  • Comprehension: ‘The Great Fire of London’. Answer the questions in full sentences either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • English: Complete the SPAG sheet.
  • Maths: Colour the correct fractions on the worksheet.
  • Phonics: Complete the handwriting worksheet.
  • Science: Complete ‘The Human Growth Timeline’. Cut out the pictures and stick them in the correct box. Remember to send Miss Wilde a picture of your work.
  • Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/Lets-Be-Friends-Again.pdf

Both Groups

 

Year 5

 

Dojo message Monday 27th April

Monday 27th April 2020

Good morning everybody. Welcome to the second week of our Summer term. Look out for the link to Mr Seex’s assembly that I will be posting shortly and start your day today by participating in this. The assembly is focusing on the importance of routine.

Here is today’s work:

Group 1

– Comprehension: ‘The Impact on the Reader’ page 32. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
– Arithmetic: Multiply numbers up to 4 digits by a two-digit number using a formal written method
– Maths: Prime Numbers
– Spelling: Adverbials of time
– Science- Parts of a flower, Parts of a plant

Group 2

– Comprehension: Read Emperor Penguins (in your pack) Answer the questions, either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.
– English: There is a SPAG sheet in your pack for today – do not answer this as you have already done it (sorry). Instead. step outside have a good look round…what can you see? Close your eyes and listen carefully. What can you hear? Have a good sniff. What can you smell? Write about what you can see, smell and hear. Make sure you are using full sentences and don’t forget to use adjectives in your description. Do this in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
– Maths: Complete the ‘Divide by sharing’ sheet – if you don’t have counters, you could use anything else as a substitute e.g. pencils or lego bricks.
– Handwriting : Complete the handwriting sheet. Do this a neatly a you can – make sure your pencil is nice and sharp.
– Thematic: Answer the questions about the Vikings, there is a word bank on the sheet to help you.
– Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/The-Boy-Who-Wasn’t-There.pdf

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Optional extra: Answer this question: What would you like to be when you grow up and why? Draw a picture of yourself as an adult in this role. Write why you would like to do this job and why you think you would be suited, plus who (if anyone) inspired you.

Remember to get your daily exercise, as always 😊

Have a good day. We’d love to see pictures of your work and hear all about your weekend.

Thank you,

Year 5

 

Dojo message Friday 24th April

Good morning everybody. Well done you have got to the end of the first week back after Easter!

Here is today’s work:

Group 1

  • Comprehension: ‘Progress Test 2’ page 28. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
  • Arithmetic: ‘Multiply numbers up to 4 digits by a one-digit number using formal written method’
  • Maths: ‘Common Factors’. Choose to complete either section A, B or C, depending on how much you wish to challenge yourself. C is the most challenging.
  • Spelling: Test
  • Writing activity: Write what happened just before the action and just after.

Group 2

  • Comprehension: ‘A Mix-Up at the Zoo’. Find a synonym in the story for the words in the table. Remember a synonym is a word that means the same. Either do this on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • English: ‘What made the dog turn green?’
  • Maths: ‘Comparing numbers to 100 use the symbols to compare the eggs’. Remember the crocodile eats the larger number.
  • Handwriting: Complete the handwriting activity.
  • Thematic: Invent your own Viking God. Draw a picture of it and then answer the questions on the sheet. Remember to send a picture of your work to Miss Wilde
  • Follow the link for your reading book- https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/Lets-Be-Friends-Again.pdf

 

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  • Optional extra: Luke Temple, the popular author who visited us earlier in the year, has been in touch with school to tell us all about some exciting reading and writing resources available on his website for us to use.

 

Click on the link www.luketemple.co.uk/toolbox to find:

  • A free copy of his book, Mutating Mansion, to download
  • An activity pack for KS2 called ‘Luke Temple’s Writing Toolbox’. This contains lots of the tools Luke uses to help make his books really exciting, fun and scary to read.
  • There is also a competition in the activity pack to win a signed book and a free author visit to their school (there are 3 of these prizes up for grabs). The closing date for the competition is 31st May.

We hope you enjoy using these resources and good luck with the competition!

  • Optional extra: Recommended by Lucie (5EH)! Star gaze and look for the Star Link satellites that have been passing in the night sky. There are specific timings you are able to see them during the night (see chart below). However, you may need to check online that these are the same in your location. Expert’s advice: Get outside about 15 minutes before as it can be hit and miss.
  • Make the most of the sunshine while getting your daily exercise!

 

Year 5

 

Dojo Message Thursday 23rd April

Good morning everyone!

Today is Thursday!! We hope you are all staying safe and enjoying completing your home learning. We are very proud of you all, keep preserving and working hard. We miss you lots and lots.

Stay safe and take care,

Miss Holden and Miss Kemp

 

Here is the work for Thursday 23rd April

Group 1:

Maths – Times table starter. Drawing ‘Tens and ones’ task.

Phonics – Dictation and play ‘Phonics frog’.

Writing – Re-write the sentences using capital letters.

Thematic (to be completed all week) – Research Antarctica

Please read a book.

 

Group 2:

Maths – Arithmetic starter. Tens and ones task.

Phonics – Dictation and play ‘Phonics frog’.

Writing – Re-write the sentences using capital letters.

Thematic (to be completed all week) – Research Antarctica

Please read a book.

 

 

Dojo message Wednesday 22nd April

Good morning everybody. We are enjoying hearing about all the different activities you have got up to each day.

Here is today’s work:

Group 1

  • Comprehension: ‘Presentation and Meaning’ page 16. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
  • Arithmetic: ‘Know and use the vocabulary of prime numbers, prime factors and composite numbers’
  • Maths: ‘Number Problems +/-’. Choose to complete either section A, B or C, depending on how much you wish to challenge yourself. C is the most challenging.
  • Handwriting: Unit 1 – Introducing diagonal join from p and b to ascender: ph, pl, bl
  • Writing activity: Write a blurb of no more than 200 words.

Group 2

  • Comprehension: ‘My Grandad the Gardener’. Answer the questions in full sentences either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • English: Complete the SPAG sheet in your pack.
  • Maths: Complete the properties of 2D shapes worksheet in your pack.
  • Handwriting: Complete the pencil control work sheet. Help the animals get home and then colour in the pictures.
  • Thematic: Invent your own Viking artefact. Then complete the sheet to explain your artefact. Remember to send a picture of your work to Miss Wilde.
  • Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/Lets-Be-Friends-Again.pdf

Both Groups

 

Year 5

 

Dojo message Tuesday 21st April

Good morning everybody. Really lovely to hear such positive reports of the children being so engaged with their work yesterday at the start of the new term. Please keep sharing photographs of what the children are up to and watch out for our dojo shout out of the day!

Here is today’s work:

Group 1

  • Comprehension: ‘Prediction’ page 6. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
  • Arithmetic: ‘Identify multiples and common mulitples’
  • Maths: ‘Using Rounding to Estimate’ – Choose either section A, B or C to complete depending on how much you wish to challenge yourself. C is the most challenging.
  • SPaG: Complete Year 5 Autumn 1 Questions 1-10.
  • Learning Challenge: Anglo-Saxon Children. Read the information sheets and then answer the corresponding questions.

Group 2

– Comprehension: Read the sheet Reindeer (in your pack) Answer the questions in full sentences either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.
– English: Complete the sheet What invention do you think would change the world.
– Maths: Complete the colour by multiplication worksheet (in your pack).
– Phonics: Complete match the words to the pictures then do the word search.
– Science: Complete this sorting activity Egg or not, cut out the pictures and stick them in the correct box .
Remember to send Miss Wilde a picture of your work.
– Follow the link for your reading book: https://www.kidsworldfun.com/images/ebooks/Lets-Be-Friends-Again.pdf

Both Groups

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Make the most of the sunshine while getting your daily exercise today if you can!

Have an enjoyable day.

Thank you,

Year 5

 

Dojo message Monday 20th April

Monday 20th April 2020

Good morning everybody. Hope you had a good Easter break.

Here is today’s work:

Group 1

  • Comprehension: ‘Asking Questions’ page 4. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
  • Arithmetic: ‘Identify factors, factor pairs and common factors’
  • Maths: ‘Rounding’
  • Spellings: Look at and practice this week’s spellings. Words containing the letter string ‘ough’. Try writing the words in sentences.
  • Science: ‘Reproduction’, ‘Life Cycles: Plants’, ‘Sexual Reproduction in Plants’, questions 1-7, ‘Asexual Reproduction in Plants’, questions 1-3.

Group 2

  • Comprehension: ‘The Green Blobby Monster’. Answer the questions in full sentences either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • English: Complete the sheet, what would happen if you woke up in a different world. Use adjectives to describe what it would be like.
  • Maths: Complete the spring lines of symmetry sheet in your pack.
  • Phonics: Swap the underlined word for a word in the box to change the sentence. Do this in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • Thematic: Make a Viking axe using the resources provided (send Miss Wilde a picture of your axe on dojo messenger)

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  • Optional extra: Enjoy some time with a good book. Visit EPIC books: https://www.getepic.com/ Class code: ddr6933
  • Rmember, it is really important that you get your daily exercise. This could be through PE with Joe or Oti Mabuse’s YouTube channel or something of your own choosing!

Remember if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask and we would love to hear about what you have got up to over your break!

Year 5

 

Dojo message Friday 3rd April

Good morning everybody. So we have come to the end of the two weeks of home learning before the Easter holidays. Just to clarify, we will next be communicating with you and setting you work on Monday 20th April. When you collect your packs from school, please make sure you wait until this date to start any work.

Group 1:

– Comprehension: ‘Progress Test 2’, page 28. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
– Maths: Arithmetic Practice Sheet 10 and Addition and Subtraction 5.2, questions 1-10.
– Spellings: As2 somebody in your family to test you on this week’s work.
– Thematic: Read the ‘Violent Vikings?’ sheets and complete the accompanying worksheets p14-15.

Group 2:

– Comprehension: Read Ronald the Rhino (in your pack) answer questions 6-9 on the last question page Answer these questions in full sentences either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.
– Maths: Complete page 29 making 20 in number workbook 3 do this in the workbooks. Then in your Maths book write 2, 5,10 times tables if you feel confident have a go at 3 and 4 times tables too. Then 10-15 minutes Times Table Rock stars.
– English: Write a Diary entry, choose a day from this week and in your A5 English book write a diary entry about your home learning. Some key things to remember -How has it made you feel? Do you enjoy it? Have there been any problems? ( Miss Wilde will send a WAGOLL and checklist on dojo.
– Handwriting: Letter formation ‘ f ’ complete this on the worksheet or in your A5 English book
– Thematic: Decorate a Viking spear head with Viking runes.(sheet in your pack)
– Independent reading: I will send this individually as it’s an EBook:
https://www.freechildrenstories.com/the-atrocious-fairytale-1

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– Optional extra: One for Harry Potter fans or those that have never read the stories. JK Rowling is giving away the first book for free on audiobook and ebook. Details on the site. There are also loads of quizzes, wordsearches, games, etc to entertain. Register to find out what your patronus, wand and house would be:

https://www.wizardingworld.com/collections/harry-potter-at-home

– Keep up your daily exercise! This could be through PE with Joe or Oti Mabuse’s YouTube              channel or something of your own choosing.

We hope that you manage to have an enjoyable Easter break and spend quality time with your families. We’re missing you.

Thank you,

Year 5

 

Dojo message Thursday 2nd April

Good morning everybody.

Here is today’s work:

Group 1

  • Comprehension: ‘Non-fiction presentation and meaning’ page 40. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
  • Maths: Arithmetic Practice Sheet 9 and Number and Place Value Assessment 5.2, questions 1-19. Complete this on the sheet.
  • Spellings: Week 2. Convert nouns or adjectives into verbs using the suffix -en. Look at and practice this week’s spellings. Try writing the words in sentences.
  • Science: ‘Earth and Space’. Read the information sheet and then answer the questions on the worksheet on the following page.

Group 2

  • Comprehension: Read ‘Ronald the Rhino’. Answer questions 1-5 on the last question page. Answer these questions in full sentences either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • Maths: Complete pages 17 and 18 in Shape, Space and Measure workbook. Then page 5 and 6 in Number workbook 3. Do this in the workbooks.
  • English: Look at the settings description worksheet. Using the keywords provided, write a paragraph about this setting either on the worksheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book. (Send pictures of your work to Miss Fouracre, Miss Wilde or Miss Hill- where appropriate)
  • Phonics: O-E phoneme spotter (Miss Wilde will send this on dojo). Do this in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • Science: Living things and their habitats. Complete the next dependency worksheet.
  • Independent reading: Miss Wilde will send this individually as it’s an EBook.

https://www.freechildrenstories.com/the-atrocious-fairytale-1

Both Groups

  • Optional extra: A bit of computing today: The Hour of Code https://hourofcode.com/uk/learn
  • Remember, it is really important that you get your daily exercise. This could be through PE with Joe or Oti Mabuse’s YouTube channel or something of your own choosing!

Well done, keep up the good work. We are so proud of you.

Year 5

 

Dojo message Wednesday 1st April

Good morning everybody. Firstly, an important reminder: if anybody would like a paper copy of the work pack for after the Easter holidays, please send me a message on dojo by the end of the day at the latest. It’s the first day of a new month today – hopefully nobody plays any April Fool’s Day pranks on you! Here is today’s work:

Group 1:

– Comprehension: ‘Justifying Inferences, page 10. The questions are on the following page.            Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
– Maths: Arithmetic Practice Sheet 8 and Statistics 5.1, questions 1-5.
– Handwriting. Select the final sheet from your pack and complete it – copying it out carefully       in your neatest writing.
– Thematic: Read the ‘Viking Visits’ sheets and complete the accompanying worksheets p12-        13.

Group 2:

  • Comprehension:  Read Ronald the Rhino (in your pack) answer questions 5-8 on the next question page. Answer these questions in full sentences either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • Maths: Complete pages 15 and 16 in Shape, Space and Measure workbook then page 27 and 28 in number workbook 3. Do this in the workbooks please.
  • English: Look at the English Grammar and Punctuation worksheets. Answer questions 7-10 on page 2. Do this on the worksheet or complete this in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • Handwriting: Letter Formation g and q complete this on the worksheet.
  • Thematic: Complete the ‘Viking Rune Writer’ worksheet. Write your name and write a message to a family member
  • Independent reading: Miss Wilde will send this individually as it’s an EBook.

https://www.freechildrenstories.com/the-atrocious-fairytale-1

 

Both Groups

– Optional extra: Playmobile have released a really good video explaining the coronavirus,              which could help to answer some of the questions our children might have. Although it is        aimed at children and there is nothing in there that is any way harmful, parents you may            want to watch this first so that you are ready to answer any questions that may arise from            the video: https://youtu.be/5DlOGKpMNs4

– Keep up your daily exercise! This could be through PE with Joe or Oti Mabuse’s YouTube              channel or something of your own choosing.

Remember to keep sending us pictures of your work and the activities that you’re completing – it’s so lovely to see!

Thank you,

Year 5

Dojo message Tuesday 31st March

 

Good morning everybody.

Here is today’s work:

Group 1

  • Comprehension: ‘Asking more questions’ page 38. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
  • Maths: Arithmetic Practice Sheet 6 and Geometry- Position and Direction 5.1, questions 1-5. Complete this on the sheet.
  • Spellings: Week 2. Convert nouns or adjectives into verbs using the suffix -en. Look at and practice this week’s spellings. Try writing the words in different ways (pyramid, BIG, colour writing etc.)
  • Science: ‘Forces’. Read the information sheet and then answer the questions on the worksheet on the following page.

Group 2

  • Comprehension: Read Ronald the Rhino (in your pack) answer questions 1-4 on the next page. Answer these questions in full sentences either on the sheet or in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • Maths: Complete pages 19 and 20 in Shape, Space and Measure workbook then page 23 and 24 in number workbook 3. Do this in the workbooks.
  • English: Look at second page of your Story Setting Description Pack. Write a paragraph about this setting using the key words provided to help you. Complete this in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • Phonics: Look at Common Exception words (Miss Wilde will send these words to you via dojo). Now write some sentences using the words. Complete this in your A5 English /handwriting book.
  • Science: Living things live in habitats to which they are suited and provide their basic needs. This interactive activity asks children to identify which animals are suited to a particular habitat and choose the reasons from different options.

The following habitats are considered:

  • Antarctic
  • Desert
  • Savannah grassland
  • Temperate farmland
  • Temperate forest
  • Temperate pond
  • Sea
  • Tropical rainforest

This is a web based activity, follow the link below: https://www.stem.org.uk/resources/elibrary/resource/25343/human-and-animal-habitats

Both Groups

  • Optional extra: Listen to David Walliams’ free audio story for today. He has a new one each day! https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/
  • Remember, it is really important that you get your daily exercise. This could be through PE with Joe or Oti Mabuse’s YouTube channel or something of your own choosing!

Well done, keep up the good work. We are so proud of you.

Year 5

 

 

 

Dojo message Monday 30th March

 

Good morning everybody. We hope you have had a really good weekend and are managing to stay positive. Today, we’ll be posting some discussion questions for you to talk about to help with children’s adjustment and mental wellbeing during these difficult times. I’m sure you’ll agree that taking the time to talk honestly through your feelings is so important.

Group 1

– Comprehension: ‘Drawing Inferences, page 8. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.

– Maths: Arithmetic Practice Sheet 6 and Measurement 5.1, questions 1-13.

– Spellings: Week 2. Convert nouns or adjectives into verbs using the suffix -en. Look at and practice this week’s spellings. Make sure you know what they mean.

– Thematic: Read the ‘Who were the Vikings?’ sheets and complete the accompanying worksheets p2-3.

Group 2

– Comprehension: Read Ronald the Rhino (in your pack) answer questions 1-6. Answer these questions in your A5 English/handwriting book.

– Maths: Complete pages 37 and 38 in Shape, Space and Measure workbook then page 15 and 16 in number workbook 3 does this in the workbooks.

– English: Complete ‘Writing Super Sentences’ worksheet – both sides need to be done please. Do this on the sheet then stick this in your A5 English/handwriting book.

– Handwriting: letter formation S worksheet

– Thematic: Create a Saxon house using the sheet provided in your pack

– Independent reading: Miss Wilde will send this individually as it’s an Ebook https://www.freechildrenstories.com/monster-manners

Both Groups

– Optional extra: Today’s link is a daily drawing video tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBpgrJijMpk_pyp9uTbxLdg – ‘Draw With Rob’. There are lots of videos of how to create cartoon characters. I think some of you will find this very enjoyable.

– Remember, it is really important that you get your daily exercise. This could be through PE with Joe or Oti Mabuse’s YouTube channel or something of your own choosing!

Well done, keep up the good work. We are so proud of you.

Year 5

 

 

 

 

Dojo message Friday 27th March 2020

Good morning everybody. It is the final day of your first week of home learning! You have done so well.

Here is today’s work:

Group 1

  • Comprehension: ‘Progress test 1’, (the text on The Hobbit). The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
  • Maths: Arithmetic Practice Sheet 5 and Multiplication and Division 5.1, questions 1-20. Complete this on the sheet.
  • Spellings: Week 5. Convert nouns or adjectives into verbs using the suffix -ify. Ask someone in your family to test you.
  • Science: ‘Properties and Changes of Materials’. Read the information sheet and then answer the questions on the worksheet on the following page.

Group 2

  • Comprehension: Phoneme a-e split diagraph comprehension (this will be sent on dojo by Miss Wilde). Answer these questions in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • Maths: Complete page 17 and 18 of number workbook 3. Answer these in the workbook then write 2, 5- and 10-times tables in your maths book. 10- 15 minutes on Times Table Rock Stars. Your login should be on a sticker on your maths book
  • English: Choose a character from your favourite book. Write a character description using adjectives to describe the character do this in your A5 English/handwriting book. (Send Miss Fouracre and Miss Wilde a photograph of your work).
  • Phonics: Spot the consonant clusters in the story, nk, nd, and cr (the story will be sent on dojo by Miss Wilde)
  • Independent reading: I will send this individually as it’s an Ebook https://www.freechildrenstories.com/why-the-cricket-chirps
  • Science: In your pack there are sheets showing how livings depend on one another to survive. This is called Dependency please complete sheet 1.

Both Groups

Remember, parents and children – you can always send us a message if you get stuck or need any help. Screenshots of the answers will be posted this afternoon at the end of school.

Thank you,

Year 5

 

Dojo message Thursday 26th March 2020

Good morning everyone!

We hope you are all keeping well and we’re so pleased to see how hard you all have been working.

Parents, thank you so much for all the support you have been giving your children in order for them to complete their work, we really appreciate it. Please message if you have any problems or questions.

Group 1

– Comprehension: ‘Types of Non-Fiction’, page 30-31. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.

– Maths: Arithmetic Practice Sheet 4 and Geometry Properties of Shapes 5.1, questions 1-20. Don’t worry about the questions that do not have a protractor if you do not own one. Complete this on the sheet.

– Handwriting: Choose another handwriting sheet and copy it as neatly as you can into your English/handwriting book.

– Thematic: Read the ‘Daily Life for Anglo-Saxons’ sheets and complete the accompanying worksheets p18-19.

Group 2

  • Comprehension: Read a monster Surprise and answer questions 4-6,   Answer these questions in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • Maths: Page 2 and 22 of Space, Shape and Measure. Page 7 of number workbook 3, answer these in the work book or in your maths book.
  • English: Grammar and punctuation sheet 1 questions 1-3 answer on the worksheet Then write a 4 sentences, 1 with a verb, 1 with an adjective, 1 with a noun and 1 with an adverb in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • Handwriting letter formation O do this on the worksheet.
  • Independent reading: I will send this individually as it’s an Ebook https://www.freechildrenstories.com/why-the-cricket-chirps .
  • Thematic: Decorate a Viking Shield sheet. It is in your pack then send a picture of it to Miss Fouracre and Miss Wilde.

Both Groups

– Optional extra: Continue with the design an entire theme park project: https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2020/03/enjoy-a-one-of-a-kind-learning-experience-from-disney-imagineers/

– Remember, it is really important that you get your daily exercise. This could be through Oti Mabuse’s YouTube channel which has dance sessions for kids – today’s is Mary Poppins! Alternatively, you could do the Trolls one from Tuesday or the Shrek one from yesterday. Enjoy the sunshine and play in your garden.

Thank you,

Year 5

 

Dojo message Wednesday 25th March 2020

Good morning everybody. We are very impressed with the work you have done so far!

Here is today’s work:

Group 1

  • Comprehension: ‘Retrieving Information’, page 36. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
  • Maths: Arithmetic Practice Sheet 3 and Number Fractions (including decimals and percentages) 5.1, questions 1-17. Complete this on the sheet.
  • Spellings: Week 5. Convert nouns or adjectives into verbs using the suffix -ify. Make sentences with the spelling words.
  • English: Write a film review for a film that you have watched recently. For most of you it will be ‘Call of the Wild’.

Group 2

  • Comprehension: Read ‘A Monster Surprise’. Answer questions 1-3 in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • Maths: Page 29 and 30 of Space, Shape and Measure. Page 8 of number workbook 3. Answer these in the workbook or in your Maths book.
  • English: Setting Description sheet 1. Answer this on the worksheet.
  • English: Write a film review for a film that you have watched recently. For most of you it will be ‘Call of the Wild’.
  • Phonics: Use the adjacent consonants cl and fl (words will be sent on dojo by Miss Wilde) put these words into a simple sentence using capital letters and full stops.
  • Independent reading: I will send this individually as it’s an E-book. https://www.freechildrenstories.com/why-the-cricket-chirps

Both Groups

Remember, parents and children – you can always send us a message if you get stuck or need any help. Screenshots of the answers will be posted this afternoon at the end of school.

Thank you,

Year 5

 

Dojo message Tuesday 24th 2020

Good morning everybody. We hope that you enjoyed completing your schoolwork at home yesterday.

Here is today’s work:

Group 1

  • Comprehension: ‘Modern Twists’, page 12. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
  • Maths: Arithmetic Practice Sheet 2 and Number Addition and Subtraction Assessment 5.1, questions 1-10. Complete this on the sheet.
  • Complete any one of the three handwriting sheets. Copy it out onto one of the pieces of paper included in your pack.
  • Science: ‘Living Things and Their Habitats’. Read the information sheet and then answer the questions on the worksheet on the following page.

Group 2

  • Comprehension: Read ‘A Monster Surprise’ and answer the next five questions.  Answer these questions in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • Maths: Page 11 and 12 of Space, Shape and Measure. Page 4 of number workbook 3 answer these in the work book or in your maths book.
  • English: Correct the sentence punctuation worksheet. Answer this in your A5 English/handwriting book.
  • Independent reading: Miss Wilde will send this individually as it’s an Ebook – https://www.freechildrenstories.com/why-the-cricket-chirps .
  • Science: Frog life cycle worksheet.

Both Groups

  • Optional extra: Explore Epic books. Go to getepic.com and click on ‘students’. Our class code is ddr6933. If you would like to, write a short book review on something you’ve read and send it to your teacher.
  • Remember, it is really important that you get your daily exercise. This could be through PE with Joe (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6r99N3kXME), making up a dance routine or playing in your garden.

Remember, parents and children – you can always send us a message if you get stuck or need any help. Screenshots of the answers will be posted this afternoon at the end of school.

Thank you,

Year 5

 

Dojo message Monday 23rd 2020

Good morning everybody! Welcome to your first day of home learning. For those of you who weren’t at school on Friday, we designed timetables that would help us with routine. This morning, you will receive a message stating if your child is in Group 1 or Group 2. This will stay the same for the duration of the school closure.

Here is today’s work:

Group 1

  • Comprehension: Characterisation, page 24. The questions are on the following page. Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
  • Maths: Arithmetic Practice Sheet 1 and Number and Place Value Assessment 5.1, questions 1-20. Complete this on the sheet.
  • Spellings: Week 5. Convert nouns or adjectives into verbs using the suffix -ify. Look at and practice this week’s spellings. Make sure you know what they mean.
  • Learning Challenge: ‘Becoming Anglo-Saxons’ and the two worksheets behind it. Answer on the sheet.

Group 2

  • Comprehension: Read A Monster Surprise and answer the first five questions  Answer these questions in your A5 English/Handwriting book.
  • Maths: page 1 and 2 of Shape Space and Measure page 1 of number workbook 3 answer these in the workbooks
  • Handwriting: letter formation d.
  • Learning Challenge: ‘Anglo Saxon Brooch Design complete this on the sheet.

Both Groups

  • Optional extra: Use Oddizzi (Username: student, Password: NMPA2020) to research Indonesia, which is where our class book is set.
  • We would also like you to do some exercise: this could be through PE with Joe (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6r99N3kXME), making up a dance routine or playing in your garden.

Remember, parents and children – you can always send us a message if you get stuck or need any help. Screenshots of the answers will be posted this afternoon at the end of school.

Year 5