Home Learning 29.06.20

You will find the learning for this week in the links below. All of the activities can be completed in your exercise book and do not need to be printed.
We will running ‘Teams’ through the week and a teacher will be on-line every day between 10:00 and 12:00 to help you with your learning.
We hope that you and your family are safe and well, we miss you all so much.
Please keep sending us emails about what you have been doing – we love hearing from you all.
The Year 5 Team

Maths Learning 29.06.20

Please find below the powerpoint you will need for Maths this week. This week is all about shapes. The powerpoint has links to the Oak National Academy to support your learning and understanding. You don’t need to print anything but please record your learning in your book. If you have any questions you can ask on ‘Teams’ which will be open between 10-12 every weekday or email your teacher.

English Learning 29.06.20

Please find below the resources you will need for English this week. The guided reading activity is different to previous weeks. There is no powerpoint – we have uploaded a ‘Captain Tom’ activity and some more ideas to support your reading. The English lessons are based on skills that you can the use to take part in a writing competition. You can follow through the powerpoint each day. You don’t need to print any of the resources but please record your learning in your book. If you have any questions please email your teacher. We look forward to reading your sagas at the end of the week 🙂

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Science, Creative Curriculum, PE, Spanish, PSHE

SCIENCE: This weeks work is all about growing up and growing old. It focuses on changes that happens to humans through their life. Follow the powerpoint to support your learning.

CREATIVE CURRICULUM: We continue our work on the Anglo Saxons. This week is all about life as an Anglo Saxon child. Use the powerpoint to support your learning to reflect on what life was like for an Anglo Saxon child and how that compares to today’s world. Which would you prefer and why?

PE: Use these three links to give you ideas for activities to complete at home. Try lots of different ones. Which is your favourite? Mr Tooby likes ‘Climb the Ladder’. Let us know by email or in Teams.
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYGRaluWWTojV3An2WEgsQ4qGFy_91jDL
https://www.youthsporttrust.org/pe-home-learning–       
https://www.derbycountycommunitytrust.com/home-workout-routine/

SPANISH: Look at the below file. It has lots of links to a range of Spanish activities. How many can you complete? You may wish to complete some this week and complete others over the next couple of weeks.

PSHE: This week we have added a link to National Academy lesson. The lesson is about being a hero . We believe workers in the NHS are heroes. Could you help convince people to become a hero and join the NHS when they are older. https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/do-you-want-to-be-a-hero-893ee5/activities/2

SIGN LANGUAGE: During the lockdown Mrs Bennett has been learning sign language. We have attached a document that can help you to start learning too. Practice some of the letters and words. Working with someone at home, try using them to send messages…

Home Learning 22.06.20

You will find the learning for this week in the links below. All of the activities can be completed in your exercise book and do not need to be printed. This week is also NATIONAL SPORTS WEEK. Go to the PE section of this week’s blog and follow the powerpoint for more information.
We will running ‘Teams’ through the week and a teacher will be on-line every day between 10:00 and 12:00 to help you with your learning.
We hope that you and your family are safe and well, we miss you all so much.
Please keep sending us emails about what you have been doing – we love hearing from you all.
The Year 5 Team

Maths Home Learning 22.06.20

Please find below the powerpoint you will need for Maths this week. This week is all about shapes. Please click on the links in the powerpoint to take you to YouTube videos that will help explain the learning. There are then links to documents for your learning underneath the powerpoint. You don’t need to print anything but please record your learning in your book. If you have any questions you can ask on ‘Teams’ which will be open between 10-12 every weekday or email your teacher.

English Home Learning 22.06.20

Please find below the resources you will need for English this week. This also includes Guided Reading activities. This week is the second week based on non-chronological reports. You can follow through the powerpoint each day. You don’t need to print any of the resources but please record your learning in your book. If you have any questions please email your teacher.

Science, Creative Curriculum, PE, Spanish & PSHE.

This week we have a range of lessons and activities organised. Use the links and information below to support your learning.

SCIENCE: This weeks work continues your work about reactions. Follow the powerpoint to support your learning.

CREATIVE CURRICULUM: Over the last couple of weeks you have learnt about the Anglo Saxon religion (Paganism) and the Anglo Saxon Gods. This week your challenge is to present your understanding about how the Anglo Saxons converted to Christianity. Use the powerpoint and pdf below to help you in this work.

PE: Look at the powerpoint for more information about National Sports Week.

As it is National Sports Week next week, we have also organised some more challenges and ideas to have a go at this week.
Sock or stork challenge
1) Watch these links:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJY7kDJJrp0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDxT-56hGL0
2) Have a few practise turns, then record your best score and send it to your teacher or let us know on ‘Microsoft Teams’.

PSHE: Mindfulness activities. As part of National Sports Week, we have been keeping our bodies really healthy this week. However, it is important that we keep our mind healthy too. This lovely set of mindfulness cards can be used to develop mindfulness practice using your senses.

Spanish: Follow the Oak National Academy https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/introducing-yourself-in-spanish-591968

Stars of the Week

There has been some amazing work shared this week through emails and Teams. The teachers have picked some children who they believe need a special mention. Our Stars of the week are…

5RB: Jacob P for his confidence when completing his fraction work and his interest in Science.
5JT: Tristan for his brilliant work based on the ‘Lighthouse Story’. Read his full story below…
5AS: Lucas for his Anglo Saxon powerpoint. Read his powerpoint below.

TT Rockstar Champions this week are:
Anya, Chloe T, Aleksander, Maya, Alfie C, Thomas, Tristan, Daniel, Frazer, Izaaq, Charlie, Harvey and Sam M

BOYS v GIRLS NEXT WEEK!!

Have a look at a selection of wonderful work that has been sent in to the teachers…

Drawing on an ipad by Anya

Microsoft Teams

Over the last few days, it has been great to speak to so many over the phone. However what we have realised is that not all of you have been able to access ‘Teams’ to keep in touch with your teachers and friends from year five. Below is a reminder about how to access it. Remember it is open every weekday from 10-12 so please log in to say ‘Hello’
Please also send us emails to show us your work. Each week we would like to create a showcase on the blog of a selection of activities and work that you have completed through the week…

You will need to go to www.office.com and use the email address and password that you have been given. (If you do not have this please ask an adult to email your class teacher.)
When you sign in for the first time you will be asked to change your password. Make this unique and something that you will be able to remember. (Note: Always keeps your passwords secret.)
Once you have signed in you will should see a welcome sign. You will now be able to send an email to your class teacher using one of the email addresses below. The settings on your account means that you can only send emails to your teachers and only receive emails from your teachers.
You will also be able to access a wide range of on-line applications, such as Word, Excel and Powerpoint. These may help you to complete future work.
You will also be able to see a symbol that says ‘Teams’. This is the application that we can use to help to keep in touch. You can log in and post messages to the groups / channels / teams that you have been assigned to.

CLASS EMAIL ADDRESSES:
Miss Bates: 5rb@coundon.coventry.sch.uk
Mr Scott: 5as@coundon.coventry.sch.uk
Mr Tooby: 5jt@coundon.coventry.sch.uk