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Year 5

Richards class - Miss Pilling

Barber class - Miss Bailey  

Teaching assistants - Miss Gregory and Mrs Hunt

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Spring Term

 Please keep checking the website to see what learning you need to do. We're looking forward to seeing your work! 

Remember to tweet us to show us your home learning!

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Daily learning links (see daily sessions for more information):

 

 We will soon be completing learning on Scratch. Over this week and next can you please familiarise yourself with the layout and structure of Scratch. Here is a unit to help you get started again!  Use this week to 'play' with the settings.

 

Monday 25th January

Maths

Lesson 4: Multiples of 10, 100 and 1,000 (worksheet and answers)

Today you will be recapping what the term 'multiples' mean and identifying and exploring multiples of 10, 100 and 1,000. Please watch the taught video and then complete the worksheet and mark using your answers.

If you still find this tricky, please revisit the lessons on multiples and factors and work through these.

Post assessmentonce you have completed the multiplication and division unit, please complete the post assessment and email this to info@riddings-jun.derbyshire.sch.uk . Don't worry if you don't complete it on the sheet, a photo of your answers will be enough!

 

TTRockstars - Please complete 1 studio and 1 soundcheck and then spend at least 15 minutes practising your times tables.

Numbots - Spend 15 minutes practising your fluency maths skills.

 

English

Book Study: LC: Can I empathise with the BFG using the text to help? 

 Use the evidence in the text to support you to empathise with the BFG and begin to understand the BFG's feelings

 

Reading - Spend 10/15 minutes reading your school reading book (or your book at home) and then complete a quiz if you finish. 

Spelling Frame - First complete a spelling test and then spend at least 20 minutes practising this week's spellings.

 

DT

 Something a little different today! Yesterday was Burns Night (25th January), can you complete read through the slides to learn about why Burns Night is celebrated. Then have a go at following this recipe for shortbread and enjoy something traditionally Scottish. Please send in photographs in for your Great Riddings Bake Off, either on Twitter or to info@riddings-jun.derbyshire.sch.uk.

 

Tuesday 26th January

Maths

Lesson 1: Measure perimeter (worksheet and answers)

This lesson is a revision on accurate measuring and a re-introduction to what perimeter is. As this is a revision lesson, if you would like some additional work to support this, here are additional worksheets and linked answers. Page 1 is fluency, Page 2 is reasoning and Page 3 is problem solving.

TTRockstars - Please complete 1 studio and 1 soundcheck and then spend at least 15 minutes practising your times tables.

Numbots - Spend 15 minutes practising your fluency maths skills.

 

English

Book Study: LC: Can I describe Giant Country?

Today, Sophie and the BFG visit Dream Country. Can you describe what it might be like to visit dream country?

Reading - Spend 10/15 minutes reading your school reading book (or your book at home) and then complete a quiz if you finish. 

Spelling Frame - First complete a spelling test and then spend at least 20 minutes practising this week's spellings.

 

Science

Lesson 1: Can I explain what forces are and why they are important?

In this lesson, you will explore and be introduced to different forces. You will also identify examples of when these forces are useful for us.

 

 

Wednesday 27th January

Maths

Lesson 2: Perimeter on a grid (worksheet and answers)

Today's lesson allows you to recap previous learning on beginning to measure perimeter and using a grid to support. Again, as this is a revision lesson, additional worksheets to support deeper understanding can be found here with the answers here.

TTRockstars - Please complete 1 studio and 1 soundcheck and then spend at least 10 minutes practising your times tables.

Numbots - Spend 15 minutes practising your fluency maths skills.

 

English

Book Study: LC: Can I visualise and describe the Giants' battle?

Using the chapter 'A Trogglehumper for The Fleshlumpeater', can you write a descriptive paragraph that carefully considers the action. Remember to include action, adventure and moving the story along - not just a description!

This chapter is in two parts with two videos to watch!

Reading - Spend 10/15 minutes reading your school reading book (or your book at home) and then complete a quiz if you finish. 

Spelling Frame - First complete a spelling test and then spend at least 20 minutes practising this week's spellings.

 

Science

 LC: Can I define gravity and the effects it has?

Today's lessons focuses on the force of gravity, exploring what it is, how it was discovered and by who. There is also a science experiment to conduct to investigate gravity.

PE

Today would usually be one of our usual PE days , why not visit the PE at Home page and try out some of the exercises?

 

 

Thursday 28th January

Maths

Lesson 3: Perimeter of rectangles (worksheet and answers)

This lesson builds on from the previous two days work revision of previous learning on measuring perimeter. Again, as this is a revision lesson, if you would like additional work to deepen understanding, please click here with the answers here. Page 1 is fluency, page 2 is reasoning and page 3 is problem solving.

 

TTRockstars - Please complete 1 studio and 1 soundcheck and then spend at least 10 minutes practising your times tables.

Numbots - Spend 15 minutes practising your fluency maths skills.

Homework book - Please complete Spring Workout 4 in your Maths CGP books.

 

English

 Book Study: LC: Can I create a plan for Sophie and the BFG?

Using what you have learnt about Sophie and the BFG so far, can you create a detailed and descriptive plan for them?

Homework book - Please complete Spring Workout 3 in your English CGP books.

Reading - Spend 10/15 minutes reading your school reading book (or your book at home) and then complete a quiz if you finish. 

Spelling Frame - First complete a spelling test and then spend at least 20 minutes practising this week's spellings.

National Holocaust Day

 If you haven't watched yesterday's Holocaust Memorial Day follow click on this link and it will take you there.

Science

LC: Can I explain who Sir Isaac Newton was and why he was important?

Today's lesson follows on from our learning about gravity. Sir Isaac Newton as a very important scientist. Use the slides above to find out why he was so well respected and what discovery he made.

PE

Today would usually be one of our usual PE days , why not visit the PE at Home page and try out some of the exercises?

 

Friday 29th January

Maths

Lesson 4: Perimeter of rectilinear shapes (worksheet and answers)

Today's maths builds on from yesterday's work on measuring the perimeter of rectangles. Use your learning from the last 3 days to support this. Again, as this is revision, if you would like more activities to deepen understanding, please click for the worksheet and answers

 

Friday Five - Assess your understanding of this week's learning by completing the Friday Five. If you found any of these tricky, perhaps go back to that lesson and work through the online video again.

TTRockstars - Please complete 1 studio and 1 soundcheck and then spend at least 10 minutes practising your times tables.

Numbots - Spend 15 minutes practising your fluency maths skills.

 

English

Whole school write

Check this week's feedback - did your work make it to the Hall of Fame?

Reading - Spend 10/15 minutes reading your school reading book (or your book at home) and then complete a quiz if you finish. 

Spelling Frame - First complete a spelling test and then spend at least 20 minutes practising this week's spellings.

Spelling/SPaG 

If you want more practise of your spelling rules, click on the link for an extra lesson learning about your new spelling rule and practising some homophone sentences.

 

Science

LC: Can I define friction and its effects on a moving object?

Today you will explore the force of friction and the effects it can have. You also have chance to conduct your own scientific experiment to investigate the effect of friction. 

 

*If you need any support accessing or resourcing the home learning, please let us know. Most of the work can be completed without the need to print off worksheets and can be done on paper, if you prefer. *

 

 

Additional home learning

 

 

 

Maths games - In school, we often play Hit the Button to build up our speed and fluency of maths facts. Our top score in school is 30 - can you beat it? 

 

BBC home learning -  The BBC are broadcasting 3 hours of learning each day for Y3-6 on CBBC between 9 -12. Whilst this doesn't match our learning in school, it would be a useful alternative if you are having trouble accessing the online provision. The programmes are also available through iplayer. 

 

*Due to high demand nationally, some of online resources may be unavailable at certain times.  If you have difficulties, please complete a different piece of home learning - perhaps from another day and try again later.  Thank you.*