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Homework

Friday 11th October

Homework is due on Wednesday 16th October   

Learning Logs. Our focus for homework is about our new Come and See topic Commitment.

Please Can you do one of the following:

  • Write about something you are committed to and the sacrifices you have made to commit to it.
  • Make a PowerPoint about something you are committed to and the sacrifices you have made to commit to it.
  • Create a piece of art, drawing you and something you are committed to.

Maths: Mathletics will be on sequencing and algebra.

Reading books

Spellings

Coch

 

Glas

 

Oren a melyn

power

powerful

powerfully

disgrace

disgraceful

disgracefully

dread

dreadful

dreadfully

colourful

 

night

fight

flight

light

tight

Sight

slight

might

bright

delight

 

tomatoes

potatoes

oboes

echoes

heroes

volcanoes

zeroes

canoes

Tornadoes

dominoes

 

Reminder: On Monday 7th October we will be visiting Big Pit. Please bring:

  • A warm coat as it is cold down the mine
  • Comfortable shoes for walking 
  • water bottle
  • packed lunch if you have not already ordered your grab bag 

 

Homework

Friday 4th October

Homework is due on Wednesday 9th October   

Learning Logs. Our focus for homework is the Coal Mines. On Friday as a class we picked these choices for our homework:

Write a letter to an owner of a mine to persuade them to do better

Make a poster about the coal mines persuading people to work in the mines

Make a persuasive poster to inform people about the dangers of working in the coal mines

Write a poem about the coal mines

Research the about Big Pit/Coal Mines or someone who worked in the coal mines and present it in your learning log or on Google Classroom.

 

 

Maths: Mathletics will be on data handling.

Reading books

Spellings

Coch

Glas

 

Oren a melyn

Scornful

Scornfully

Boastful

Boastfully

Tearful

Tearfully

Hopeful

Hopefully

Faithful

faithfully

 

Touch

Touches

Wash

Washes

Buzz

Buzzes

Hiss

Hisses

Flush

flushes

 

Reaction

Subtraction

Addition

Fraction

Station

Invitation

Operation

Promotion

Devotion

collection

 

Homework

Friday 28th September

Homework is due on 2nd October  

Learning Logs. Science themed homework. This Week we are asking for you to research the question ‘How do we know the Earth is round?’

There is a  variety of ways you can present this to us:

  1. A poster about ‘How do we know the Earth is round?’
  2. A PowerPoint
  3. A fact file
  4. A written piece

 

 

Success Criteria: Research facts about how we know the world is round. Provide pictures or drawings to explain how we know the world is round?

Maths: Mathletics will be on data handling.

Reading books

Spellings

Coch

Glas

 

Oren a melyn

question

Questioning

Questionable

present

presenter

presenting

presentation

oppose

opposite

opposition

 

  1. Post
  1. postal
  1. topic
  1. topical
  1. tropic
  1. tropical
  1. medic
  1. medical
  1. magic
  1. magical

 

elves

shelves

selves

ourselves

yourselves

twelves

thieves

scarves

knives

wolves

 

Homework

Friday 20th September

Homework is due on Wednesday 25th September

Learning Logs. Rugby World Cup Immersion Homework.

*DO NOT FORGET* In the newsletter there is a rugby world cup immersion day on Monday 23rd of September. Here is the memo:

On Monday the 23rd of September 2019, St Philip Evans will be hosting a Rugby World Cup Day, to kick-start the Rugby World Cup campaign alongside healthy and fit week. Pupils can wear either a red t shirt or a wales rugby shirt. Pupils can also bring a small red badge or scarf to support wales. This is entirely optional, if pupils do not wear one of these items they must still come into school with normal correct uniform. Pupils must however, not wear shirts of other colours and other nations, as we want everybody to support our national team. At lunch time on this day there will be a rugby skills session with the rugby team from 12:30 – 13:00 on the school field for years 3-6. There will be a rugby world cup themed homework so please check your class page website for more details.

 

As it is rugby world cup week, every year group has to do a Rugby World Cup Wales themed Homework. In year 5, our homework is to make a ‘Welsh Rugby Player Top Trump Card’

Some ideas on the top trump card could be :

Skill

Speed

Physicality

Motivation

Stamina

Pass Accuracy %

Kick Accuracy %

 

Success Criteria: Draw a picture of your welsh rugby player and include stats for them.

Maths: Mathletics has been rolled over to the teachers. Mathletics will be on addition and subtraction

Reading books

Spellings

Coch

Glas

 

Oren a melyn

  1. produce
  1. Producer
  1. product
  1. production
  1. productivity
  1. observer
  1. observant
  1. observation
  1. observatory
  1. observe
  1.  
  1. Write
  1. wrote
  1. speak
  1. spoke
  1. drive
  1. drove
  1. break
  1. Broke
  1. ride
  1. rode
  1.  

cyclists

balloonists

machinists

typists

novelists

artists

violinists

journalists

finalists

tourists

 

Homework

Friday 13thth September

Homework is due on Wednesday 18th September

Learning Logs:  Immersion day homework. Immersion day is on Wednesday the 18th September.

 

Key Question: What was life like in the Victorian Era?

For this homework, there is a choice of 5 different tasks to complete for immersion day. We advise parents not to buy any costumes for immersion day.

The choices of homework for immersion day are :

  1. Create a thinking hat with facts and information about the Victorian Era.
  2. Create a Victorian costume.
  3. Create a fact file about a Victorian Child.
  4. Design or make a toy that a Victorian Child would have used.
  5. Research what it was like for a child working at the coal mines.

 

Success Criteria: Use different sources to find out about the Victorians.

Maths: Mathletics has been rolled over to the teachers. Mathletics will be on Place Value.

Reading books

Spellings

Coch

Glas

 

Oren a melyn

intersect

intersection

international

interface

interview

interact

interactive

interchange

interchangeable

intercom

 

think

thought

fight

fought

buy

bought

take

took

shake

shook

 

babies

parties

dollies

teddies

fairies

berries

stories

hobbies

pastries

libraries

 

Homework

Friday 6th September

Homework is due on Wednesday 11th September

Learning Logs:  Roald Dahl Homework – Dahlicious Day is Friday 13th September

Key Question: What is your favourite Roald Dahl character like?

 

Success Criteria: Draw a picture of your favourite Roald Dahl character and then write and describe the character.

Maths: Mathletics has not yet been rolled over to new year groups. So for your Maths homework we want you to learn your 7, 8 and 9 times tables.

Reading books

Spellings

Coch

WALT to use and apply the prefix ‘ fore’ in our spellings

Glas

Rule: understanding homophones

Oren a melyn

Rule: WALT to use and apply the suffix ‘les’ in our spellings

foreman

forecast

forehead

foreground

forefinger

foremost

foresee

forename

foreword

forensic

 

sale

sail

tale

tail

pear

pair

flower

flour

write

right

candles

cables

bubbles

cradles

needles

bottles

ladles

mobiles

timetables

bibles

 

Summer Homework 

 

Welcome to Year 5! Your first context in September will be Children of the Revolution which is all about the lives of Victorian Children. For your homework we would like you to do some research on Victorian children and what it was like for them at school and also the different jobs they had. With this information we would like you to create a Victorian thinking hat, we would like you to be as creative as possible!

 

Good luck!

 

Have a lovely summer, see you in September.

Miss Coker and Mr Beere 

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