Welcome to 5L!
Your class teacher is Miss Gani
All home learning will be completed on Purple Mash (link above)
Teachers will be able to check and give feedback to pupils about their work. Teachers will also be able to communicate with pupils on the programme 2email on Purple Mash.
For Parents please contact me using the email firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents and children must ensure that they check tasks set as 2dos daily, to make sure that learning is continued at home.
The 2do tasks will be set according to the structure of the Year 5 school timetable.
Thank you for your cooperation in this difficult time.
Last Updated 22/03/2020
The Year 5 home learning timetable is as follows:
Reading books should be read daily for 20 minutes
Book reviews need to be done weekly
Mondays - Literacy, Numeracy, Creative Curriculum (includes geography, history and art) and SMSC
Tuesdays - Literacy, Numeracy, P.E (links below) and ICT
Wednesdays - Literacy, Numeracy and Science
Thursdays - Literacy, Numeracy, Spanish & Music (links below) and SPAG (spelling, punctuation and grammar)
Fridays - Literacy, Numeracy, P.E and free game activity
*** All Numeracy starters will be a task your child chooses to complete on topmarks ***
P.E links for your child to try on P.E days:
Recommended 2 activities per week
Sport England – stay active at home
You tube – Cosmic Yoga
Joe Wicks and Alfie – 8 minute workouts ( once on this page there are a lot more exercises with other children involved)
Joe Wicks 5 minute exercises on You Tube
NHS – 10 minute shake ups
Joe Wicks – kids work out
NHS 10 minute cardio workout
Music links to explore:
BBC Bitesize Music - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zwxhfg8
Topmarks - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Interactive.aspx?cat=134
Spanish for Year 5!
Keep practising your Spanish with the help of the online language games at Digital Dialects! The activities all have sound files, so you will be able to perfect your Spanish pronunciation!
Start off with these activities to begin with:
Spelling games – Colours
(‘púrpura’ is another word for ‘morado’)
Days and months
Fruit and Veg
Later on you might like to learn more Spanish and try out:
(Some are pets that you will know)
Spelling games – Animals
(You need to copy the following words in Spanish from ‘Animals’ onto paper in order to help you with the spelling game: snake, cat, elephant, monkey, pig, sheep, dolphin, rabbit, cow, duck, lion, frog, butterfly, mouse, goat, dog and horse)
Numbers and colours and nouns 1
The Tudor rose was the turning point in the creation of the Tudor House. The white rose symbolised the House of York, whilst the red rose symbolised the House of Lancaster (Henry Tudor's house). Together, through the marriage of Elizabeth of York, the Tudor house and rose were created. Have a look at our brilliant work! They were soo amazing we put them up on display!
During the Tudor era, the differences between the rich and poor were stark! Wealthy people back then could afford to buy and consume luxury items such as meat, fruits and spices. Meanwhile, the poor were forced to survive on basic vegetables, porridge and bread. As a result, the wealthiest individuals would have *certain items* in their poo! Our task as excavators was to look at these differences...we were in for a nasty surprise!