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Homework

Going to Year 5 Summer Project 

Year 5 2021 -2022

 

Hello Year 5, as discussed in our transition day over the summer we would like you to complete your Victorian Research project. Please complete this project over the summer holidays ready to present in September. There are slides below to support your research. We are so excited to see your amazing work. Have a safe and happy summer! We look forward to teaching you in September!

 

Mrs O'Brien, Mrs Henton and Mr Griffiths

Year 5 Summer Project

Homework

Friday 9th July due in Wednesday 14th July

 

Minecraft for Education – Build a village in Lesotho

After our pupil voice session this week we would like you to create your own Village similar to one in Lesotho. You need to create a village that reflects what you have learnt about Lesotho this term. Add the facts that you know about Lesotho on signs/boards as you enter each building or area, try to include some items too. Once you have created your village, Screenshot images of your creation and upload it to google classroom.

 

Things to think about including in your micro village:

Homes

Schools

Habitats and animals

Famous Landmarks

Food and Culture

Work

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been assigned a test on measurement.

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug.

Homework

Friday 2nd July due in Wednesday 7th July

 

Task 1 - Google classroom task – Welsh Quiz – Ein Hiaith

 

This week we would like you to watch the third video in the series of Welsh videos we have been watching in class. The video you need to select is - Part 3 – A Living Language on Ein Hiaith. The link is below. Once you have watched the video create a quiz using google forms. Create questions about the video you have watched to show your understanding of how the Welsh language is alive today, after years of discouragement. We can then share these quizzes in class so that you can test the understanding of your friends.

 

Link to video:

https://www.skillsandtraining.co.uk/ein-hiaith

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been assigned 2 tasks on division.

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug.

Spelling list below:  Access readiwriter to practice your spellings

Mangoes – add -ous no root

Pineapples
add - ous no root

Strawberries
add – less no change

Watermelons
add - ous no root

tremendous

enormous

jealous

fabulous

ambiguous

ambitious

callous

cautious

conscious

curious

delicious

delirious

 

tremendous

enormous

jealous

fabulous

ambiguous

callous

curious

delicious

generous

gorgeous

 

 

careless

restless

harmless

jobless

homeless

spotless

endless

nameless

painless

hopeless

 

 

serious

obvious

curious

hideous

spontaneous

courteous

discourteous

envious

furious

glorious

industrious

injurious

Homework

Friday 25th June due in Wednesday 30th June

 

Task 1 - Google classroom task – Mission Homework

This week for homework we would like you to design an informative poster on 2 or 3 of the beatitudes. There is a video clip and a website below to support your learning. You need to understand what the beatitudes are and draw an image that represents this beatitude. You then need to write a few sentences explaining how you can live out this beatitude in school. Alternatively, you may write a prayer asking God to help you live out these beatitudes in school.  

 

Resources for Support:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ze7w3-BL3OM

https://teachingcatholickids.com/the-beatitudes-for-families/

https://www.biblefunforkids.com/2015/04/the-beatitudes.html

 

Summer Play Notice

We would also like to remind you to bring in your summer play costumes in a bag that will stay in your school lockers as we will need them to start filming.

Maths: On Mathletics you have been assigned 2 tasks estimating sums and differences

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug.

Spelling list below:  Access readiwriter to practice your spellings

Mangoes – add -ous

Pineapples
add -ous

Strawberries
add -ful

Watermelons
add -ous

poisonous

dangerous

mountainous

famous

various

adventurous

anonymous

cautious

courageous

disastrous

 

famous

joyous

various

poisonous

dangerous

mountainous

anonymous

cautious

disastrous

hilarious

 

joyful

cupful

graceful

useful

harmful

careful

helpful

painful

wishful

playful

 

poisonous

dangerous

mountainous

famous

various

adventurous

anonymous

cautious

courageous

disastrous

 

 

Homework

Friday 18th June due in Wednesday 23rd June

 

Task 1 - Google classroom task – 1 Page Pupil Profile

This week for homework we would like you to complete your One Page Pupil Profile that is on summer tasks on google classroom. This will tell your teacher next year all about you.

 

Task 2 – Google Classroom – Healthy eating diary

This week we would like you to fill out a healthy eating diary. Write down what you have eaten for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Check the labels and stickers on your food. Think about the questions below when filling out your diary.

 

Where has your food come from?

Is it Fairtrade?

Is it green, amber or red on the traffic light system?

 

Fill out your food diary on the google document provided.

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been assigned 2 tasks on using the 8 times table.

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug.

Spelling list below:  Access readiwriter to practice your spellings

Mangoes – add -ally

Pineapples
add -ally

Strawberries
add -ness

Watermelons
add -ally

basically

automatically

chronically

energetically

realistically

terrifically

specifically

dramatically

optimistically

athletically

 

basically

realistically

terrifically

romantically

academically

athletically

frantically

drastically

sarcastically

 

fitness

darkness

fairness

softness

likeness

sweetness

goodness

kindness

sickness

sadness

 

 

basically

automatically

chronically

energetically

optimistically

realistically

terrifically

catatonically

democratically

pessimistically

 

 

Homework

Friday 11th June due in Wednesday 16th June

 

Google classroom task - Euros 2021

This week for homework we would like you to design a new Mascot for the Euro 2021 tournament. Draw your design and then write down a description of your mascot. Come up with rules for fair play when playing football in school. Try to include symbols that represent fair play and the attitude people should have when playing, participating or supporting football.

 

Think about:

What does your Mascot represent?

What qualities and skills do they have?
Why have you chosen this design?

What rules should footballers and supporters follow?

 

You can draw your mascot and upload the picture to the google classroom assignment. You can write down your rules and description of your Mascot on slides or a google document.

Maths: On Mathletics you have been assigned a test on space (coordinates, area and perimeter)

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug.

Spelling list below:

Mangoes – suffix -ence

Pineapples
suffix -ence

Strawberries
add -ery to a root word

Watermelons
suffix -ence


consequence
absence
convenience
preference
influence
innocence
difference
audience

essence
evidence
affluence

sentence


consequence
absence
convenience
preference
influence
innocence
difference
audience

essence
evidence

 


nursery

bribery

joinery

brewery

scenery

bravery

cookery

pottery

machinery

slippery


consequence
absence
convenience
preference
influence
innocence
difference
audience

essence
evidence
coincidence

sequence

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 28th May due in Wednesday 9th June

 

Google classroom task - Lesotho

This week for homework we would like you to carry out research on Lesotho our new topic next term. You can create slides, an adobe spark informative poster or write your information as a non-chronological report (fact file).

 

Ideas for your research:

Where is Lesotho?

What is the land like?

What animals and habitats are there?

How do people live and work?

What is education like?

What is the culture like?

What Childs Rights do children have in Lesotho?

 

Use reliable websites to carry out your research. E.g. Kiddle, kids Britannica, Ducksters.

 

Fairtrade Competition

Over half term the Fairtrade committee would like you to write down your Favourite Fairtrade recipes. These will be entered into a competition and the winning recipes will be featured in a Fairtrade Recipe Book. Good Luck!

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on adding and subtracting mentally.

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug.

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes – add -ar with no root verb

Pineapples
add -ar with no root verb

Strawberries
add -ment no change

Watermelons
add -ar with no root verb


beggar

burglar

popular

nuclear

altar

guitar

pillar

calendar

angular

cellar

muscular

 

 

beggar

burglar

popular

nuclear

altar

guitar

pillar

calendar

dollar

regular

 


movement

pavement

enjoyment

department

agreement

treatment

placement

payment

statement

apartment

 

 

beggar

burglar

popular

nuclear

altar

guitar

pillar

calendar

angular

cellar

muscular

rectangular

 

 

Homework

Friday 21st May due in Wednesday 26th May

 

Summer Play audition

This week for homework we would like you to learn and practice a scene for our summer play. We will be holding auditions next week for parts in the play. On Google classroom you will find a scene. You may choose which character part you would like to practice and learn (Robin, Lord (Gerald), Lady, Will)

 

Hoodwinked

A busy market scene with villagers or pairs. Stalls are set up. There is a butcher, baker and fishmonger stall.

 

Servant: (To audience) Make way, friends of the Sheriff coming through! All you mucky tradespeople stay over there and you smelly peasants keep your distance!

 

Lord: Yes, the only filthy people we’re interested in are the filthy rich!

 

Lady: My dear Sir Gerald, somebody told me the peasants were revolting and they are!

 

Robin and some of his men run on and stand in front of the rich folk

 

Robin: Good marrow to you!

 

Lord: Robin Hood!

Lady: Robin Hood?!!

 

Robin: That’s my name, don’t wear it out! My merry friends and I were thinking how awfully down you look! I think we should jolly well relieve you of some of your burden. Will! Little John! Lighten the load of these weary travellers!

 

Will: Certainly, Robin! Your jewels, m’lady….
 

Lady: Never

 

Robin: A lady as fair as yourself has no need of trinkets like these. Your natural beauty shines far more brightly.
 

Lord: Don’t be ridiculous
 

Lady: Be quiet, Gerald (Lady hits him and hands over jewels)
 

Robin: Farwell lovely lady! Have a safe journey!
 

Lord: The Sheriff will hear of this! He’ll stretch your necks (They exit)

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 3 tasks on decimals

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug.

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes – prefix inter-

Pineapples
prefix inter-

Strawberries
add -or with no change

Watermelons
prefix inter-


interact

intercity

international

interrelated

interface

interactive

interbreed

interconnect

intermission

intergalactic

internet

 

 


interact

intercity

international

interface

interactive

interconnect

internet

interstate

intersection

interview

 

 


actor

editor

investor

collector

sculptor

inspector

inventor

director

governor

instructor

 


interact

intercity

international

interrelated

interface

interactive

interbreed

interconnect

intermission

intergalactic

internet
intersect

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 14th May due in Wednesday 19th May

 

Google Classroom Assignment – Science Week Homework

This week we would like you to spend some time researching rockets and how they work. You can display this as slides, an adobe spark informative poster or as a google document. You can also create an information fact file about rockets and upload images. Please upload your work in the assignment area on google classroom.

 

Here are some ideas you can use to help with your research.

What are rockets?

Why are they used?

Are there different types of rockets?

How do Rockets function?

What fuel do rockets use?

What reversible and irreversible changes happen when rockets take off?

 

Please use reliable websites e.g. DK findout, Britannica Kids and BBC Bitesize

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set a task on Adding and subtracting mentally

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug.

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes – prefix sub-

Pineapples
prefix sub-

Strawberries
prefix mis-

Watermelons
prefix sub-


subdivide

subheading

submarine

submerge

subcontract

subcommittee

sublime

subscribe

subsided

subversion

substandard

subtraction

 

 


subdivide

subheading

submarine

submerge

subcontract

subscribe

subsided

subversion

suburban

subtitles

 


misfire

mislaid

misjudge

mislead

misprint

misspell

mistook

mistrust

misuse

misread

 


subdivide

subheading

submarine

submerge

subcommittee

subcontract

sublime

subordinate

subscribe

subservient

subsided
substance

substandard

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 7th May due in Wednesday 12th May

 

Google Classroom Assignment

This week we would like you to write a short story about anything of your choice. It has to be a fictional (made up) story. Look at the success criteria below to help you. Ensure you use your descriptive tools throughout.

 

First 2 paragraphs

  • Introduce your characters and setting (describe in detail)
    - Include speech
    - Descriptive tools (adjectives, alliteration, similes, personification)

     

Third and fourth Paragraph –

  • Think about the problem your characters could develop/be facing
  • What is happening? How are they feeling? Are they going on a quest to solve the problem?

 

Fifth and sixth paragraph

  • Come to a conclusion
  • Has the problem been solved? How did your characters solve it?
  • What challenges have your characters faced?

 

Click on the link for some support when writing your story
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zpccwmn

Maths: On Mathletics you will be set some practice tests that will help prepare you for some maths tests next week.

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug.

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes – prefix ir

Pineapples
prefix ir

Strawberries
prefix dis

Watermelons
prefix ir


irrational

irreconcilable

irrefutable

irregular

irrelevant

irreplaceable

irresponsible

irretrievable

irreverent

irreparable

irresistible

 

 


irrational

irregular

irreplaceable

irrelevant

irresponsible

irreverent

irresistible

irreversible

irrelevance

irritate

 


disabled

disagree

disallow

dishonest

discharge

disloyal

dislodge

disobey

distrust
displease

 


irrational

irreconcilable

irrefutable

irregular

irrelevant

irreplaceable

irresponsible

irretrievable

irreverent

irreparable

irresistible

irreversible

 

 

Homework

Friday 30th April due in Wednesday 5th May

 

Giglets Assignment

This week we would like you to log on to Giglets and read a book assigned to you. You will then need to complete the HOTS question grid and the Reading test questions which are on Giglets.

Giglets log in:
https://pupil.gigletsedu.com/landing/

Username: First 4 letters of first and last name e.g. davibeck (for David Beckham)

Password: spe123 (lowercase or capital)

School code: stphilipcps

Maths: On Mathletics you will be set some practice tests that will cover skills we have gone over this past term.

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug.

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes

Pineapples

Strawberries

Watermelons


scent

science

scene

discipline

fascinate

crescent

muscle

ascent

descent

fluorescent

isosceles

 

 


scent

science

scene

muscle

fascinate

crescent

ascent

descent

scenery

scissors

 


juice

super

bruise

fluid

crouton

coupon

group

rumour

through

cushion

 


ascent

descent

fascinate

muscle

adolescent

descend

scythe

ascend

crescent

discipline
ascendants

condescending

 

 

Homework

Friday 23rd April due in Wednesday 28th April

 

Google Classroom Assignment: Eco Homework

This week in school we have been learning all about looking after the planet. We would like you to continue this at home. Can you look at the bingo square below and choose some activities to complete at home to help look after the planet? Pick as many as you would like or choose your own activities which are helping the earth.

 

Upload photos, videos and Eco activities work to Google Classroom to share with your teachers and class.

 

The bingo Grid will be shared on Google classrooms

 

Maths: On Mathletics you will be set some work on translations.

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug.

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes

Pineapples

Strawberries

Watermelons


antique

unique

opaque

boutique

baroque

bouquet

communique

conquer

critique

etiquette

grotesque

 

 


antique

unique

opaque

boutique

bouquet

critique

etiquette

oblique

physique

technique

 


soup

coupon

group

detour

ghoul

route

routine

toucan

troupe

mousse

 


antique

unique

arabesque

baroque

boutique

bouquet

brusque

communique

conquer

critique

eloquent

etiquette

 

Homework

Friday 16th April due in Wednesday 21st April

 

Google Classroom Assignment: Online Safety 

 

Create a digital social media checklist guide for a parent or carer (use google slides or Adobe Spark) 

 Here are some heading below to help.

What are the most popular types of social media? 

(chat, gaming, photos & media)

How old must users on this platform be?

Why might people use this app?

How can the user stay in control?

What/Who are the risks of using this app?

What can the user do to protect themselves online?

 

Maths: On Mathletics you will be set some work on classifying angles and measuring angles

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug.

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes

Pineapples

Strawberries

Watermelons


tongue

league

dialogue

epilogue

fatigue

fugue

harangue

intrigue

meringue

monologue

plague

 

 


tongue

league

plague

vogue

dialogue

fatigue

intrigue

meringue

prologue

monologue

 


fruit

bruise

cruise

suit

juice

suitcase

suitable

recruit

 


tongue

league

dialogue

epilogue

fatigue

rogue

harangue

intrigue

meringue

monologue

plague

prologue

 

Homework

Friday 26th March due in Wednesday 14th April

 

This year Earth Day is on Thursday 22nd April and the global theme is to Restore the Earth.

On this day pupils are encouraged to wear green or blue into school for the day to show how much we are thinking about the earth and our enthusiasm for taking part in World Earth Day.

Over the Easter holidays please can you plan your outfit for Earth Day. You could wear a blue/green t-shirt that you already own or you might want to create your own earth themed outfit for the day. You could use some recycled items to help you create your own or you could create your own earth themed design on a t-shirt. Your costume could be linked to part of the earth that you think needs to be protected such as a rainforest or ocean themed costume. You could try and make some links to the Global Goals.

 

There will also be an additional computer safety task posted by Mr Dyer for you to complete over the Easter Break.

 

We hope you have a safe and happy rest over Easter.

Maths: On Mathletics you will be set some tests covering the topics we have covered this term.

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug.

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes

Pineapples

Strawberries

Watermelons


chassis

machines

brochure

parachute

charades

chaperone

cache

chivalry

quiche

niche

chalet

 


chef

cache

cliché

chassis

niche

charade

chalet

brochure

quiche

machine

 


sushi

June

truly

super

actual

debut

July

lunar

scuba

supreme

 


chivalry

chaperone

parachute

carte blanche

echelon

champagne

chandelier

ricocheted

nonchalant

machinist

charades

 

Homework

Friday 19th March due in Wednesday 24th March

 

This week we would like you to complete the Lenten challenges and learn your lines for your Holy Week assembly. The Lenten challenge cards will be on Google classroom. Please submit your photos/digital work under the Homework heading.

Maths: Mathletics will be based on addition and subtraction tasks

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug.

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes

Pineapples

Strawberries

Watermelons


lichens

choral

school

chlorine

mechanic

chemist

archive

technical

chronic

orchestra

character

 


echo

ache

chord

chorus

chaos

chrome

anchor

scheme

monarch

stomach

 


boy

joy

toy

coy

oil

boil

coin

join

soil

point

noise

 


chemical

mechanically

technique

scholar

choreograph

characteristic

monochrome

headache

chameleon

chrysalis

archaic

psychic

 

Home Learning Information - Monday 4th January 2021

 

Please visit the home learning area of the website for your class home learning task overviews.  Go to your google classroom for more information on each individual task, including lesson resources, teacher videos and links to supporting materials. 

 

To find all the information linked to your home learning tasks, follow the steps below on the school website main page:

 

MENU > Homework > Homework: Distance Learning >Year 5

Homework

Friday 11th December due in Wednesday 16th December

 

You have a choice on what to do for your homework this week.

This week we would like you to say how you have been Intentional and Prophetic this Advent.

All choices can be accessed on google classroom. If you choose to do the Art choice, you can post a picture on the stream/one of the docs.

  • You can write a diary entry on how you have been Intentional and Prophetic.
  • Create a double bubble on being Intentional and Prophetic (slides made for this).
  • Create Artwork on how you have been Intentional and Prophetic.Us
  • http://jesuitinstitute.org/Pages/JPP/8%20Intentional%20Prophetic/JPPIntentionalProphetic.htm
  •  

Maths: Mathletics will be on measurement and other topics we have covered this term.

Reading books – Bug Club / Giglets

Spelling list Below : Readiwriter :

 

Mangoes

Pineapples

Strawberries

Watermelons

painting

tainted

holiday

display

delaying

invertebrate

decay

betray

hurricane

afraid

against

entertain

explain

 

Delaying

hurricane

entertain

invertebrate

against

holiday

accelerate

display

hooray

yesterday

painting

exclaimed

failure

 

apple

little

able

rattle

bubble

uncle

circle

middle

title

couple

 

painting

tainted

holiday

display

delaying

invertebrate

decay

betray

dominate

hurricane

acclaim

afraid

hooray

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 4th December due in Wednesday 9th December

 

You have 3 choices for homework our new Science topic ‘ Will it Erupt’

 

  • You can write a newspaper report on a Volcano that has recently erupted.
  • You can write a persuasive letter to persuade someone who lives by a volcano to move due to the dangers.
  • You can write a non-chronological report about volcanoes

 

Maths: Mathletics will be  on data handling .

Reading books – Bug Club / Giglets

Spelling list Below : 

Mangoes

Pineapples

Strawberries

Watermelons


conceit

ceiling

conceive

deceit

deceive

perceive

receipt

receive

received

conceited


 

 


receive

deceive

conceive

perceive

ceiling

receipt

conceit

deceit

received

conceited

 



was

wash

want

watch

wand

wasp

swan

quarry

quarrel

squash

 



conceit

ceiling

conceive

deceit

deceive

perceive

receipt

receive

received

conceited

 

 

 

 For this week’s homework, we are asking the pupils to write all about themselves in Welsh. They can also draw a picture of themselves to go along with it. Below are some sentence patterns we want you to use ..

 

_____ ydw i.    -      My name is ______.

 

Dwi’n ____ oed. -   I am ___ years old.

 

Mae llygaid ____ a gwallt ____ gyda fi. – My eyes are ____ and my hair is _____.

 

3.Mae _________ chwaer gyda fi o’r enw ________ a _______ brawd gyda fi o’r enw___________. I have ____ sister who’s name is ____ a ____ brother who’s name is ____.

 

Dw i’n hoffi bwyta _______ achos mae’n _______ond dw i ddim yn hoffi bwyta ________ . – I like eating ____ because its ____ but I don’t like eating _____.

 

Fy hoff bwyd ydy ____achos – My favourite food is ____

 

Fy hoff diod ydy _____ achos – My favourite drink is _____ because

 

Dwi’n hoffi chwarae – I like playing

 

Dw’in mwynhau – I enjoy playing

 

Dw i ddim yn hoffi chwarae…achos – I don’t like playing … because

 

Dw i ddim yn mwynhau chwarae…achos – I don’t enjoy playing … because

 

Dw i’n gwisgo_______ a ________ ond dw i ddim yn gwisgo ________.-

 

 I’m wearing ____ and ____ but I’m not wearing _____.

 

 

Pupils can extend the sentences with ‘ ond’ and give extended answers using ‘achos’.

Please use

You can present this in paragraph format with a picture.

Poster Format.

On google classroom (Docs).

PowerPoint all about you.

 

Maths: Mathletics will be some tests on what we have done recently and times tables.

Reading books – Bug Club / Giglets

Spelling list Below : Back to readiwriter :

 

 

Mangoes

Pineapples

Strawberries

Watermelons


employment

joyous

annoying

annoyance

decoy

disloyal

convoy

enjoyable

flamboyant

gargoyle

loyalty

royalty

 

 

annoy

destroy

employed

enjoy

joyous

disloyal

convoy

royalty

voyage

oyster

 


son

above

done

love

mother

some

other

brother

none

nothing

 


employment

joyous

annoying

annoyance

decoy

disloyal

convoy

enjoyable

enjoyment

gargoyles

flamboyant

voyage

destroyed

 

 

Homework

Friday 20th November

Homework is due on Wednesday 25th November

 

Task 1 - Your Perfect World! 

 

To celebrate World Children's Day, we would like to hear you create your own perfect world. We know that this year has been a little tricky but we would like you to imagine your own perfect world. 

 

We would love for you to let your imagination run wild, to reimagine the world. Here are some ideas that may help you:

- A greener and more sustainable world (linked to the Global Goals) 

- A future of wellbeing and happiness 

- A future where everyone is equally (linked to your rights) 

 

 

You can either create a FlipGrid video, slides or draw/create your perfect world and upload a picture to Google Classroom. 

 

You can Post this on the Stream / but there will be an assignment for a Google slides!

 

FlipGrid Instructions: 

login to hwb > go to Google for Education > Click classwork button in the google classroom area

 

Use the link (in the google classroom instructions)  to open Flipgrid  (hwb login - google account) and record your speech about why recycling is important. We have been learning about how to convey our opinions using clarity and precision this week. This homework task will help you with your learning next week. 

 

When you have finished - add/attach your work from google drive area, click HAND IN to hand in your work for marking and feedback.  Flipgrid videos can simply be submitted into the flipgrid topic area.

 

Don't forget to Attach/Add and hand in your finished slides to the classwork/assignment area!

 

visit hwb.gov.wales

 

Maths: Mathletics will be on Data Handling, Money and Place Value

Reading books – Bug Club / Giglets

Spelling list Below : They are topic spellings as we are doing an innovation fortnight – Readiwriter spellings will return as usual in 1 week.

Mangoes

Pineapples

Watermelons  

 

You have topic words this week to learn for our innovation week.

 

 

 

Mountain

Mountaineering

Rescue

Coordinates

Helicopter

First Aid

Reference

Compass

Location

Safety

Donation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Strawberries

 

You have topic words this week to learn for our innovation week.

 

 

 

 

 

Mountain

First Aid

Rescue

Teamwork

Grid

Compass

Basecamp

Location

Safety

Track

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 13th November

Homework is due on Wednesday 18th November

 

Homework this week.

In preparation for innovation week we would like you to find a news report or article that you find really interesting. You could find it in a newspaper, online or it could be a news report on cbbc Newsround.


See the links below to help.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround

https://www.theguardian.com/newswise/2019/jan/18/child-friendly-news

https://www.firstnews.co.uk/

 

Once you have found your news report answer the questions on the google classroom document.

 

  1. What is the headline?
  2. What do you find interesting about this news?
  3. How has this news been reported?
    (online, newspaper etc)
  4. Who wrote/presented the news?
  5. Write 3 facts you have found out?
  6. How did the news make you feel? Why?
  7. What genre do you think this news will come under?
    (sport, current affairs, wildlife, local news etc)

 

Maths: Mathletics will be on Fractions

Reading books – Bug Club / Giglets

Spelling list Below : They are topic spellings as we are doing an innovation fortnight – Readiwriter spellings will return as usual in 2 weeks.

Mangoes

Pineapples

Watermelons  

 

You have topic words this week to learn for our innovation week.

 

News

Report

Reporter

Headline

Column

Presenter

Following

However

Afterward

Correspondent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Strawberries

 

You have topic words this week to learn for our innovation week.

 

 

 

News

Report

Column

Present

After

Headline

Next

Then

Yesterday

Told

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* PE next week will take place on Friday 13th of November as Monday the 9th is an Inset day. Could your child please wear PE kit in on Friday the 13th of November* Thank you, Mr Beere and Mrs O'Brien!

Homework

Friday 7th November

Homework is due on Wednesday 11th November

 

As Remembrance Day is on the 11th of November. Our homework is going to be related to Remembrance Day.

 

We would like you to do one of the following choices.

 

You can create some Art work about Remembrance Day, resembling anything to do with Remembrance Day.

 

Create an acrostic poem, titled

R

E
M
E
M

B
R
A
N
C
E

 

Or you can create a prayer remembering all of the fallen soldiers before us.

Maths: Mathletics will be on Time and timetables.

Reading books – Bug Club / Giglets

Spelling list

Mangoes

Pineapples

Strawberries

Watermelons


invertebrate

dominate

hurricane

hydroplane

membrane

accelerate

accommodate

appreciate

candidate

celebrate

circulate

complicate


 


 

dominate

hurricane

hydroplane

membrane

candidate

celebrate

circulate

complicate

coordinate

cultivate



 



war

dwarf

swarm

warm

warn

award

forward

wart

reward

warning

 


invertebrate

dominate

hurricane

humane

hydroplane

insane

membrane

monoplane

abbreviated

accelerate

accommodate

accumulate

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 23rd  October

Homework is due on Wednesday 4th November

 

Over Half term we would like you to do two tasks.

 

Task 1 – As October is ending, we would like you to write a Prayer about Mary, and how she shapes your life.

 

Task 2- You can either research the faith Hinduism or Judaism. Please choose one. We will be looking at other faiths when we return to school after half term. There will be a google classroom assignment to complete these tasks, but you can get creative if you would like and post pictures of it on the stream too.

Maths: Mathletics will be on a range of topics we have covered over this half term. There will also be some tests set.

Reading books – Bug Club / Giglets

Spelling list- For when we come back from Half Term.

Mangoes

Pineapples

Strawberries

Watermelons


today

holiday

anyway

display

highway

delay

away

birthday

crayons

decay

essay

hooray


 


today

anyway

display

highway

delay

away

birthday

crayons

maybe

relay


 


by

bye

fly

sky

reply

July

alive

apply

beside

bride

 

 

holiday

anyway

betray

display

highway

delay

delaying

away

birthday

crayons

decay

essay

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 16th October

Homework is due on Wednesday 21st October  

Next week is thinking about our world week. Year 5 have been given the country Spain to look at. For this week’s homework we would like you to Research one of the following. Please make a google slides on one of the following and hand it in on the google classroom assignment. You can choose to do one of the following:

 

  • Spanish Foods
  • Spanish Festivals
  • Spanish Dances
  • Spanish Art/Famous Spanish Artist
  • Important buildings/Architecture
  • Spanish Animals Wildlife/Habitats and

Maths: Mathletics will be on division facts, factors and coordinates.

Reading books – Bug Club / Giglets

Spelling list- below

Mangoes

Pineapples

Strawberries

Watermelons

 


vein

veil

weigh

feign

beige

weight

eight

feint

freight

neigh

reign

rein

 

vein

veil

weigh

beige

weight

eight

freight

reindeer

sleigh

unveil

 


 

boy

joy

toy

enjoy

annoy

cowboy

coy

destroy

loyal

oyster

 


 

weight

vein

veil

weightless

feign

beige

eight

feint

freight

neigh

reign

rein

 

Homework

Friday 9th of October due in Wednesday 14th of October  

The Homework sheet is on Google Classroom. The instructions are below:

 

Look at the table below. It shows what time Sian, Rhys, Ann and Tom get up (codi), shower (ymolchi), eat breakfast (cael brecwast) and eat dinner (cael cinio).

 

Below there are questions to answer. Use the sentence pattern and table to help you answer the questions. An example has been done in red to help. The last three questions you need to include the sentence patterns independently.

 

Maths: Mathletics will be on finding area and perimeter of rectangles.

Reading books- Giglets and Bugclub

Spellings below – Practice spellings on Readiwrite

Watermelons

Mangoes

Pineapples

Strawberries

 

glamour

author

capture

closure

humour

creature

rumour

colour

flavour

measure

vapour

pleasure

 


treasure

glamour

tractor

author

cursor

capture

closure

humour

creature

fracture

rumour

colour

 

 

treasure

tractor

actor

author

closure

humour

injure

rumour

colour

labour

 


oil

coiled

soil

spoil

toil

toilet

foil

coin

jointly

point

 

2.10.20

Due on the 7.10.20

 

Social Media

  • You can choose from one of the following:

 

  • Create a Poster on different types of social media apps, with their age restrictions and why they have these restrictions.

 

  • Create your own Quiz about the age restrictions on different social media sites and why we they have the restrictions (you could use google forms or google slides)

 

 

  • Fill in the Social Media Logo Sheet on Google Classroom. What are the dangers using these social media apps? 

 

 

 

Mathletics – Mathletics will be set sequencing and Algebra.

Book band colours set on Bug club and Giglets

Spelling list below:

Watermelons

Mangoes

Pineapples

Strawberries

figure

capture

closure

conjure

creature

culture

ensure

future

injure

insure

puncture

sculpture

figure

capture

closure

conjure

creature

culture

ensure

future

injure

insure

puncture

sculpture

 

figure

capture

closure

ensure

future

injure

insure

mature

nature

picture

 

treasure

usual

measure

vision

revision

television

visual

explosion

decision

division

 

25.09.20 

Homework is due 30.09.20

 

 

Science

 

Our next Science topic is called:

Do all solids dissolve?

We would like you to research this question and feedback what you have found out. We would like you to see if you can find out about some solids that dissolve in water and some solids that don’t.

 

You could present this in a way of your choice: some ideas are:

  • A powerpoint showing solids that dissolve and some that don’t
  • You might even complete a mini experiment at home testing some solids that might dissolve (Please don’t buy anything for this, just if you have things at home that your parents are happy for you to use) Write up your experiment and draw some diagrams of what happened or take photos
  • Research dissolving and write it on google classrooms.

 

 

 

Mathletics – Mathletics will be set on Data Handling.

Book band colours set on Bug club and Giglets

Spelling list below:

Watermelons

Mangoes

Pineapples

Strawberries

here

deer

steer

cheer

peer

sheer

severe

austere

adhere

sphere

sincere

career

mere

revere

sneer

here

deer

steer

cheer

peer

sheer

severe

austere

adhere

sphere

sincere

career

here

deer

steer

cheer

peer

sheer

sphere

sincere

career

sneer

 

wrap

write

wreak

wrong

wrote

wrist

wreath

wreck

wren

wring

 

18.09.20 

Homework is due 23.09.20

 

 

 

This week we want you to write a diary entry as Queen Victoria. Use all of the facts we have been learning about in school and you can do some extra research at home. You may want to include 

 

What was life like for Queen Victoria. 

Her Marriage to Prince Albert.

Her discovery of the photograph, how exciting this was to her.

Life when Prince Albert sadly died.

Britain at the time she was in charge.

Being Empress of India. 

Any other facts.

 

This is a Diary entry so please can you write in 1st person (pretending to be her). Include Paragraphs. Use Formal language as Queen Victoria was a Royal.

 

 

 

 

Matheltics - Will be on addition and subtraction. The two topics we have covered this week.

Books will be set based on their book band colour

Spelling list below:

 

Watermelons

Mangoes

Pineapples

Strawberries

Serious

Serious

Serious

Knee

Obvious 

Obvious

Obvious

Know

Curious

Curious

Curious

Kneel

Hideous

Hideous

Previous

Knew

Spontaneous

Spontaneous

Hideous

Knife

Courteous

Courteous

Various

Knit

Discourteous 

Discourteous 

Courteous

Knot

Delirious

Envious

Tedious

Knock

Industrious

Furious

Studious

Gnome

Instantaneous

Glorious

Rebellious 

Gnat

Mysterious

Industrious

 

 

11.9.20-16.9.20

As Monday is Dahlicious day,this weeks homework is going to be about Roald Dahl. You can choose from the two homework choices below. You can either, 

 

make a Slides/Presentation about Roald Dahl and do research about his life.

 

do a book review of your favourite book written by Roald Dahl. You may want to include your favourite sentence from the book, the parts you like/dislike, with reasons why and a rating of the book out of 10. You could also write a paragraph about why you would recommend the book to someone.

 

Mathletics this week will be on place value.

Spelling List - 11.9.20

 

Group Coch and Oren

1.Faithful 

2.Thankful 

3.Generous 

4.Christian 

5.Qualities 

6.Dignity 

7.Unique

8.Forgiveness

9.Grateful

10.Responsibility

 

Group Glas

 

1.Joys

2.Thankful

3.Wise

4.Gifts

5.Talent

6.Grateful

7.Advice

8.Christian

9.Admire

10.Peace

 

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