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Year 5 Miss Hillary & Miss Grey

Good morning, 

 

Everyday we will upload Maths and English work for the children to complete in the exercise books provided last week. In addition to this, we will also set a topic research project for the children to complete across the week. When children return to school, all completed work should be sent back into school with them so that we can assess what your child has been able to achieve. Furthermore, your child can access 'Timestables Rockstars' and 'Spelling Shed' (where their weekly spellings will be uploaded) on any device with internet. Children should continue to read their book (either school book or book from home) for at least 20 minutes per day. 

Any queries you may have over the work your child has been set, please use the 'Chopwell Year 5 Home Learning' page on Facebook. This page will be monitored from 9am-3pm. 

 

Thank you

 

Miss Hillary, Miss Grey and Mrs Curry 

 

Accelerated Reader - children can read and quiz at  home using this link:  https://ukhosted90.renlearn.co.uk/2244910/default.aspx

 

 

A quick message to the children - 

Hi guys, hope you’re all ok and have been showing your parents just how hard you work. We have some things we would like you to do during the Easter holidays.

1. Keep reading - use your books from home and the websites we have sent to your parents to read. Remember you can quiz on some of these books on accelerated reader. 

2. Decorate an egg - get out the crafts and decorate an egg. Ask a grown up to post a picture on here for us to see.

3. Eat a chocolate egg (or 2). 

4. Help your family with a chore.

5. Complete a fitness video - could be a fitness circuit, yoga workout or dance routine.

5. Keep smiling - we miss your smiling faces.

Enjoy your time. We will be uploading more work from 20th April.

From Miss Grey and Miss Hillary

03.04.2020

 

Times tables practise:

Follow the link below for 'Times Tables Rockstars'. The children can use their 'Accelerator Reader' login details to access this website. Practise your 8, 9 and 12 times tables today. 

 

https://play.ttrockstars.com/

 

Spelling practise:

Spelling shed is also available for the children to practise their weekly spellings. Click the link below and use the log in stuck in their exercise books.

 

https://www.spellingshed.com/en-gb 

02.04.2020

Maths

Follow the link below and complete lesson 5. 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

 

English

Click the link below for the Oxford Owl reading website. Click on 'My Class Login' and log in using the following details:

Username: chopwell5

Password: chopwell5

Choose the 9-11 age range, pick a book and then quiz on that book on Accelerator Reader (not all of the books are Accelerator Reader books).

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/?selLanguage=en&mode=hub

01.04.2020

Maths

Follow the link below and complete lesson number 4.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

 

English

31.03.2020

Maths

For each lesson this week there is a short video to watch for guidance.

The video link is as follows:

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

 

The answers can also be found on this webpage once the children have completed their work.

 

Tuesday - Lesson 3 – Understand percentages

Wednesday - Lesson 4 – Percentages as decimals

Thursday- Lesson 5 – Equivalent F.D.P (Fractions, decimals and percentages)

 

Reading Plus

A quick reminder for all the children on'Reading Plus' (this only applies to certain children)- remember to complete your tasks for the week and aim to achieve some combos! Use the login details and link we gave you. 

 

Science

We thought the children would also enjoy this:

Click the link below and watch live at 11am every day with Maddie and Greg. Talking about Science and Nature with a theme each week. If you miss this you can watch the videos later on their YouTube channel: Maddie Moate- stay curious. This week they are looking at our brilliant bodies.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yilEovRN6LQ 

Children's fitness circuit workout. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_97QFX3w1E4

A 20 minute yoga workout to keep the children active. Please feel free to upload any pictures of your learning onto our home learning Facebook page! We would love to see what you have been up to. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sM5MGLMNN_E

Daily PE lessons delivered by Joe Wicks to keep the children active.

Daily PE lessons delivered by Joe Wicks to keep the children active.  1

Hello and welcome back! We hope you have all had a restful half term. Miss Grey, Miss Hillary and Mrs Curry have lots of fun and exciting learning opportunities planned for the children for this half term.

This half term the children will be working on the topic 'Journey to the Core' and will be reading 'The Matchbox Diary'. We will be looking at a diary-in-objects kept by a character from the story to recount his journey from Italy to America. We will also be thinking of memories that are important to us and objects which we hold close to us. 

 

PE days this half term are Monday and Wednesday - can children make sure they have PE kits on these days. 

 

The children had a great time at Washington Fire Station on Friday. They learnt a lot about deliberate fires and fire safety.

The children in Y5 have had a great morning learning to code and make music on the computers. They have played the tune of 'Hot Cross Buns' and 'Mary had a Little Lamb' using an interactive piano and a microbit.

The children in Y5 have had a great morning learning to code and make music on the computers. They have played the tune of 'Hot Cross Buns' and 'Mary had a Little Lamb' using an interactive piano and a microbit. 1
The children in Y5 have had a great morning learning to code and make music on the computers. They have played the tune of 'Hot Cross Buns' and 'Mary had a Little Lamb' using an interactive piano and a microbit. 2
The children in Y5 have had a great morning learning to code and make music on the computers. They have played the tune of 'Hot Cross Buns' and 'Mary had a Little Lamb' using an interactive piano and a microbit. 3
The children in Y5 have had a great morning learning to code and make music on the computers. They have played the tune of 'Hot Cross Buns' and 'Mary had a Little Lamb' using an interactive piano and a microbit. 4
The children in Y5 have had a great morning learning to code and make music on the computers. They have played the tune of 'Hot Cross Buns' and 'Mary had a Little Lamb' using an interactive piano and a microbit. 5
The children in Y5 have had a great morning learning to code and make music on the computers. They have played the tune of 'Hot Cross Buns' and 'Mary had a Little Lamb' using an interactive piano and a microbit. 6

Y5 loved their session yesterday during Gymnastics Day! They learnt lots of new balances, ways of travelling and even put together their own routine with a partner.

Year 5 have been learning about Earth and Space this half term. Today we learned about the phases of the moon and we used Oreos to represent each phase.

The children had a great time with Richard from Cycling Generation this morning learning all about the effect exercise has on their heart rate. The children had a boy vs girl race on the bike which measured how many meters they would have traveled. The girls won!

The children have been watching the short film 'Little Freak' in English this week and are writing a character description of Little Freak. The child worked in groups to describe his appearance, behaviour and how he speaks.

This week we have been writing a radio advert trying to persuade the listener to try our new drink - 'Sploosh!' Miss Hillary and Miss Grey made us some to try. Some of us weren't sure at first but some of us loved it!

The children took on the role of Stanley Yelnats from the book 'Holes'. They experienced digging holes to see how it felt - some of us were very tired!

The children worked hard today during our 'sticky note' lesson. The children had to work in pairs to solve the bronze, silver and gold subtraction problems!

The children loved watching the Tour of Britain race through the streets of Chopwell! They designed signs and cheered the riders on.

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