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Well done for all of your hard work last week, Year 5! I have really enjoyed seeing everything you have been getting up to and everything  you have been learning. Please do continue to stay in touch.

Mrs Vishnu

Week 12:

 

Day

Class

Work to submit by 3.30pm

Monday 29th June

All year groups

Email Mrs Vishnu if you would like any of the questions reviewed from today’s SPaG mat. These will be addressed in a video next week.

Tuesday 30th June

5R

Punctuation- Parenthesis

Wednesday 1st July

5L

Grammar- Modal verbs

Thursday 2nd July

5V

Spelling- Homophones

Friday 3rd July

All year groups

Email Mrs Vishnu the ePlatform worksheet completed today. These will be used to help inspire your peers next week!

 

Monday:

 

Tuesday:

 

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  • Writing task- Fictional best friend

 

Wednesday:

 

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  • Writing task- Personal robot

 

Thursday:

 

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  • Writing task- You decide!

 

 

Friday:

 

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  • Writing task- Chatterboxes

 

Foundation

Wellbeing/PSHE/DT: Cook and talk (See resource) This activity will have to be done with an adult. You are going to make a delicious, healthy fruit salad and at each stage discuss a question related to coping and staying strong. If you don’t have some of the ingredients you can always add different fruits. Remember to wash your hands first! Enjoy!

Science: This week, you will be testing different types of shadow clocks: one made out of a paper plate and the other made out of a cereal box. Once you have set up and completed the investigation (see sheets below) write an evaluative paragraph comparing the two:

  • Which is more accurate
  • Which has more potential?
  • Which one would you recommend to someone who did not have a watch or modern-day clock?

Geography: Test your knowledge with these quizzes from the WWF: https://www.wwf.org.uk/learn/quizzes

OR

Choose two animals to research from the WWF website. Can you create a table of similarities and differences for them? https://www.wwf.org.uk/learn/wildlife

RE: Over the next couple of weeks, you will be creating a final presentation for your Airport Multi-Faith and Belief Room. Why don’t you take this week to review everything you have done so far and perhaps even catch up on some areas if you didn’t quite get the chance to finish it. Here is a reminder of everything you should have looked into:

  • Plan/action plan (page1-8)
  • Logo/artwork (page 9-19)
  • Special book (page 20-31)
  • Artefacts/ special item (page 32-44)
  • Timetable of possible activities (page 45)
  • Plan of the what the room will look like (page 46)
  • Quotes (page 47)
  • Location (page 48)

Art: The Booktrust have got their own YouTube account and have teamed up with lots of amazing illustrators who are revealing their top secrets! Have a go a following one (or more!) of the drawing tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE5MZB5pedUMsUl7Zf32_6ilXdfcCA1IR

PE: Continue with the Joe Wicks morning workouts.

Use the ‘Active Mile’ template to continue to record any and all of the physical activity you do this week. You may also want to attempt the ‘Quick Shuffle’ challenge in the PDF below- you can also submit your results.             

Music: Join in with this lesson on pulse and rhythm: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-identify-pulse-and-rhythm-in-music

Here's this week's Primary Robins link: https://wetransfer.com/downloads/88cb914bf62a52b22b20ea9feafaf6c220200626155607/1fdf1f3664494d66d9a92494036ca5d320200626155607/b90ea7

Languages: Use this website: https://www.french-games.net/frenchtopics

Check you are on the beginners level (you can change to intermediate if you want more challenge).

Click on ‘sentences’, then click on ‘people-portraits’.

Click on ‘full tutorial’ and ‘start the tutorial’.

Work through the 10 sentences.  You can press ‘en’ to convert them to English.

Use the 1-4 lesson options to learn practice the meaning of the sentences.

You can then try going to the ‘games’ section for a whole selection that puts your knowledge to the test.

 

Or

 

If you would like to continue learning Spanish, try the next Oak National lesson. https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-be-able-to-describe-what-there-is-in-your-town-or-city-in-spanish-28bb18

Computing: This week’s computing is related to online safety again and it follows on from the previous last weeks. Complete the activities in the PDF (ideally with an adult if possible).

https://www.scriptacademy.net/ has ideas for programming for beginners in Java, which is a computer programming language. You will need a parent to sign up for you.  Avoid using your real name.

Go to the ‘Build your first program’ link and then work through the instructions until completion the task.  Ask an extension, review the code created and see what happens when you change the speech text for the character.