Category: year5

13.7.20 Home learning for the week

Morning Year 5! We’ve finally made it to the last week of term!  It’s been lovely to be back at school with you all over the last few weeks even if it’s been a little different to normal.  Hopefully, we will have a class zoom on Wednesday, where you can see the whole class. I’ll try …

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6.7.20 Home learning for the week

Morning Year 5! It has been lovely to see you all at school last week. I hope you also enjoyed the ‘zoom’ calls, where you could chat to members of the class who might be in a different ‘island’ to you. The first group was a bit of a technical disaster from my side, but …

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29.6.20 Home learning for the week

It has been lovely to see you in person last week and I look forward to seeing you at some point this week too! Home learning for the days when  you are not at school this week: Maths –  Task 1 – Calculate angles on a straight line Task 2 – Calculate angles around a …

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Cricket Smash

Good morning Year 5! It was lovely to see some of you yesterday! This week’s Virtual School Games activity is ‘Paper Smash’ using cricket skills. I have attached all the instructions and relevant resources needed to complete the challenge. It would be great to have as many children complete this activity possible so that we …

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22.6.20 Year 5’s home learning for the week

Morning Year 5! Hopefully I’ll get to see most of you this week at some point. As most of you will be in school for two days, but on different days, I’ll set work  now for the days that you are not in school. These tasks are for the 3 days of home learning, not …

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Victorian school….answers

A Victorian classroom – answers Some Victorian schools were called Ragged Schools because the children were poor and their clothes were worn out and ragged. Boys and girls were generally separated and had their own entrance and separate playground. In some smaller schools, boys and girls would be taught in the same classroom, but they …

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This week’s home learning in pictures

We had more great work about life cycles. Keyaan is growing his own tomato plant, Poppy included a picture of her rabbit to show part of the life cycle and Caitlin has been seeing a butterfly’s life cycle in action!        Georgia investigated different flowers,  Nathan wrote a joke in hieroglyphics and James …

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19.6.20 Happy Friday!

Well done in nearly making it to the end of another week! As you may know, school is going to be open for Year 5 next week. It will be lovely to actually be able to see some of you! Things will be a little different, so your parents will have received a letter with …

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18.6.20 Hello Year 5!

Morning everyone. I hope that you’re having a good week.  Do  post any pictures on the Purple Mash blog to share you learning, or just what you’ve been getting up to! Ideas for the day: Maths – Use line graphs to solve problems   English – Today (Day 4 in the link below) you will …

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17.6.20 Happy Wednesday!

Morning everyone 🙂 Yesterday, I enjoyed deciphering Nathan’s joke written in hieroglyphics and Hannah’s limerick inspired me to try a bit of limerick writing of my own. Take a look on the Purple Mash blog! Don’t forget about the Oxford Owl site https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/  if you’re wanting something different to read – there are a selection …

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