Online Learning Wednesday 6th January 2021
Hi Year 5
Here is your work for today. Please email a copy of your work across to this address when you are done:
English - Compound Sentences
What does inspirational mean?
Research a local charity that is important to you or school.
Find out who created the charity and why.
Online learning- WB 1st June 2020
This week we are on Thursday of week 5.
English - SPAG - Cohesive devices
Maths - To describe volume in cubic units
Foundation - What is the sacred text of Buddhism?
Good luck and have fun,
Online learning WB 18th May 2020
On Monday we are on Thursday of week 4.
Don'f forget to tweet any work you have done. I would love to see it.
Online Learning WB - 11th May
Thursday of week 3. Click on the link below.
Good luck and enjoy
Online learning WB 27th April 2020
This week you should be continuing with the online lessons. On Monday 27th April - You should be on Thursday of week 1 and just continue with the lessons daily. Well done for all your hard work so far.
From this Wednesday 22nd April 2020, we will be using the Oak National Academy resource for our online learning.
https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule/# Click on Year 5.
We will be starting this on Wednesday 22nd April 2020 at week 1 day 1.
This will be our only online learning that we will set, other than the usual reading plus, reading eggs, TTRs. Each day there will be 3 lessons for the children to complete independently - foundation, maths and English - taught by a teacher through a pre-recorded video. In addition to this, there will be 2 pieces of Come and See to be completed every week.
I hope you will find this a lot easier to follow and hopefully the children will really enjoy it.
A warm welcome from the High Achievers. This year promises to be very exciting and we have started the year with enthusiasm and determination. The welcome letter and PPT will make you aware of key routines such as homework and P.E days.
Thank you in advance for all your support.
What we are learning this term:
Topic: Anglo-Saxons and Scots
Invaders and Settlers
Where did the Anglo-Saxon and Scots settle in Britain?
Arthurian legends – Knights of the round table
Sword in the Stone
Fiction Narrative – Create legends
Formal - letters of complaints
Informal – letters back home to family
Non-Chronological report – Farming in Britain
Anglo-Saxon Boy by Tony Bradman
Addition and Subtraction
Area and Perimeter
Multiplication and Division
Topic links to maths
Measuring: Designing and making an Anglo Saxon House
Word problems: Calculate distance and cost of travelling from Ireland to Scotland (Scots)
Rounding: Plotting dates on a timeline and rounding to nearest century, decade etc.
See long term plan for other foundation subject plans.
I have included a number of website links below that your child could be accessing to help improve their English and Maths skills.
Any other websites that your child uses and finds effective - I would love to able to add them here too. Please let me know.
Topmarks https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ (An excellent website for both English and Maths)
Prodigy Maths https://play.prodigygame.com/ - (Improve your maths)
BBC Bitesize https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/subjects/zv48q6f - (All topics can be improved here)
My Mini Maths -https://myminimaths.co.uk/year-5-mini-maths/ (Lots of maths resources to target specific year 5 skills)