5G working hard!

5G have worked really hard this week and we

have produced some excellent work!

Koray made this fantastic art work which represented the things he liked and the things he needs to show resilience about.
We have been writing our version of ‘The Promise’. Haasya has been working on publishing her excellent story!
Here is the beginning of Summer’s story. What amazing use of language!
This is part of Kai’s story. There are some good similes in here!
Ines has also written an exciting story. Here’s her introduction.
Summer has also been thinking about the things she’s grateful for.
Blenda drew this lovely picture of the view from where she works.
Hawa got creative when she made a book for her ‘Promise’ story!
She also showed great perseverance and skill to draw this perspective drawing!
Another great perspective drawing from Haasya. That tunnel looks scary!

5G Learning at home

5G have been working really hard this week!

Ines did this great drawing of a famous London monument. Do you know which one it is?
We have been finding out about the differences between these three states.
We’ve been adding with regrouping- well done Ines!
We have been thinking about our emotions at this tricky time. Blessing drew this ’emotional rollercoaster’ to help her understand her feelings.
Another London landmark from Tracey. Have you ever been on it?
Tracey has also been comparing numbers!
To keep our bodies and minds fresh we’ve been doing some yoga. Blenda invented her own yoga position!
…and so did Tracey!
Ines is practising mental maths!
We have been working up to writing a sequel to ‘The Promise’. Haseeb has been building up a bank of figurative language he could use!
We have been writing a sequel to ‘The Promise’.
Haseeb has been thinking about how we can help each other and ourselves while we are studying at home!
We thought about the things which make us happy and the things which test our resilience. Nice work, Kai!
Well done Ines!

Year 5 Home Learning 12.11.20

Hello Year Five,

This week will be the last week that we post your home learning on the blog. From next week we will putting your home learning onto Microsoft Teams.

If you have not yet downloaded Teams onto a computer at home or are having difficulty then please speak to Mr Morris, our assistant headteacher.

When you open up teams and go into your class group, there will be a channel on the left hand side that says ‘home learning’. This is where you will find your homework.

Don’t forget we give you new maths homework on My Maths every week for you to try at home and you can always log in to Bug Club to practise your reading.

Back to this week.

We have been finding out about different sea creatures. Choose an animal that interests you and find out about its appearance, habitat and behaviour. Tell your teacher about it next week!