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Swimming Information

Swimming

Next week Year 5 will begin swimming for 2 weeks at Cardiff Met. Please see the attached information regarding swimming.

Homework: Friday 30th September

Homework: 

Multiplication Homework - Pupils have taken home a homework book. Please see google classroom for questions to be completed in homework book.

 

Mathletics:

Please complete assigned activities on multiplication.

 

Spellings:

See see assigned spellings.

 

Homework: Friday 23rd September

 

Homework: 

Please see google classroom for information of how to apply for pupil voice committees applications and democratic elections 2022-23.

 

Mathletics

Please complete assigned activities on subtraction

 

Spellings

See see assigned spellings

Homework 16.09.22 due in 21.09.22 - Compassionate and Loving 

This week we would like you to complete the table on the document on google classroom and write a prayer about being compassionate and loving.

 

You need to read the following Bible stories :

Feeding of the five thousand ( Matthew 14:13-21) 

Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37)  

 

Once you have read these stories please explain how the people in these stories and Jesus showed love and compassion. You can also write whether anyone did not show love and compassion and why you think this.

We would then like you to write a prayer asking God to support you with your mission of being Loving and Compassionate to everyone you meet.

There are supporting resources, links to the stories and help for you on google classroom.

 

Spellings - double consonant

Watermelons - double d/b/mMangoes- ghPineapples - s-rStrawberries - ou

address

better

butter

button

collect

common

daddy

dinner

hammer

happy

ladder

letter

 


 

high

bright

brighten

fight

flight

fright

light

might

night

right

 

 

 


 

scrap

scrape

shrimp

shrink

shrug

shred

spring

straight

stream

string

 

 

 


 

our

sour

house

mouse

out

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Mathletics: 

You have been set tasks on decimals and place value.

Homework 09.09.22 due in 14.09.22

 

During this half term our learning Inquiry is 'Cardiff Bay - Can you plan the Bay your way?' We would like you to log onto google classrooms and create some google slides or a fact file on Google docs all about Cardiff Bay. Please make sure you post your work on the assignment not on the stream. There is some further information below to support your research.

 

Ideas for Topics to research 

The History of Cardiff Bay (tiger Bay)

Famous buildings and statues

What are these buildings used for

Tourist attractions 

History of the Barrage

 

Useful Websites 

https://kids.kiddle.co/Cardiff_Bay

https://www.cardiffbay.co.uk/history/

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zvn78hv

https://www.visitwales.com/destinations/south-wales/cardiff/top-things-see-and-do-cardiff-bay

 

Spelling Homework:

This week we would like you to learn these spellings linked to our new Come and See topic 'Ourselves.' Next week you will have spellings for your spelling group.

 

Wise

Generosity

Faithful

Develop

Qualities

Responsibility

Dignity

Image

Values

Unique

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework Task -Friday 15th July

Your homework task this week is to create a piece of art work using the world's natural resources. You may use leaves, twigs  or petals for example. If you go to the beach you could use some shells or seaweed, it is completely your choice. It is up to you what you create and how you present your art work. You could take a photograph and upload it to Google Classrooms, or you could bring your art work to school by Wednesday. We are really looking forward to seeing how you can express your love of nature through art. 

Homework Friday 8th July due in Wednesday 13th July.

 

In year 5 we are starting our new topic in Come and See - Universal Church - "Stewardship." We will be learning all about how we can take care of the planet God gave us and how certain human actions are ruining the Planet God gave us.

 

For homework this week we would like you to appreciate the planet we have and notice the beauty that is all around us. We would like you to take a picture of yourself doing something in nature. Post the picture of yourself on to our Google stream with a note explaining what you like about our planet and the nature that is around us. 

 

Spellings: 

Your spelling test will be on Monday. We will be completing our Spelling test from last week.

 

Mathletics:

You have been set two tasks on mathletics, one on nets and one on shapes. 

Homework Friday 1st July - Due in Wednesday 6th July 

This week we would like you to use your previous knowledge and research skills to create a Quiz on google classroom, using Google forms. The Quiz should be all about St Philip Evans. As you know St Philip Evans and St John Lloyd's relics have been found and we will be doing lots of work on it over the coming weeks.

 

We would like you to do some research and use your own knowledge to create a quiz all about St Philip Evans. We will be using these quizzes to test our knowledge in class.

 

Helpful Websites:

https://www.jesuits.global/saint-blessed/saint-philip-evans/

https://biography.wales/article/s1-EVAN-PHI-1645

 

Maths Homework:

You have been set 2 tasks. One on using timetables and one on measurement.

 

Spellings:

Mangoes, Pineapples and Watermelons -  ar with no root verb

Strawberries - ou makes the short u sound.

MangoesPineapplesStrawberriesWatermelons

beggar

burglar

popular

nuclear

altar

guitar

pillar

calendar

angular

cellar

beggar

burglar

popular

nuclear

altar

guitar

pillar

calendar

dollar

regular

young

touch

double

country

couple

cousin

rough

southern

enough

tough

beggar

burglar

popular

nuclear

altar

guitar

pillar

calendar

angular

cellar

 

Homework- Friday 24th June, due in Wednesday 29th June 

Your homework this week is to be a planning pioneer. Cardiff Council have asked us to think of ways in which we can improve our local area. We would like you to think of an area or building in your local area that could be redeveloped. Create a poster to show how and why you would redevelop that area/building. There is a Powerpoint presentation on Google classrooms to help you with this task. You can either complete this on Google Docs and attach it to the assignment, or on paper at home and bring the poster to school.  

 

Mathletics 

You have been set two tasks linked to addition and subtraction on Mathletics. 

Homework - Friday 17th June due in Wednesday 22nd June

As you know we have a partner school in Bangladesh. It is really important that as part of our link, we have an understanding of Bangladeshi culture. This week we would like you to analyse some Bangladeshi art work. This task has been assigned on Google Classrooms. Please complete this analysis of art and hand it in. You can also complete the extension and complete your own piece of art work on Bangladesh.

 

 

Maths Homework:

You have been set 2 tasks on Mathletics on fractions.

 

Spellings:

Strawberries- y making the short I sound
Mangoes/Pineapples/Watermelons- suffix –ise or -yse

 

Mangoes 

Pineapples

 

Strawberries 

Watermelons 

analyse

memorise

organise

recognise

realise

victimise

apologise

paralyse

emphasise

supervise

analyse

memorise

organise

recognise

realise

apologise

paralyse

emphasise

supervise

visualise

myth

gym

bicycle

Egypt

gypsy

mystic

symbol

system

lyrics

crystal

analyse

memorise

organise

recognise

realise

victimise

apologise

paralyse

emphasise

supervise

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework - Friday 10th June due in Wednesday 15th June

This week we would like you to carry out some research and create either google slides, a google forms quiz or a fact file on Lesotho. This is our new context for learning. Lesotho is a country in Africa. There are some links and ideas below to help support your research.

 

Ideas for research:

Population

Habitat and wildlife

Tourist attractions

Religion

Schools

 

Links for support:

https://www.kids-world-travel-guide.com/lesotho-facts.html

https://kids.kiddle.co/Lesotho

https://kids.britannica.com/kids/article/Lesotho/345726

 

Maths Homework:

You have been set 2 tasks on Mathletics on decimals.

 

Spellings:

 

Mangoes
Suffix -age
Pineapples
Suffix -age
Strawberries
(long a sound)
Watermelons
Suffix -age

voyage

leverage

wreckage

percentage

carriage

footage

package

postage

shortage

spoilage

voyage

percentage

carriage

footage

package

postage

shortage

spoilage

stoppage

storage

age

bait

grape

safe

spray

tray

train

brain

base

cake

voyage

leverage

wreckage

percentage

carriage

footage

package

postage

sewerage

shortage

 

Half Term Homework – Due in Wednesday 8th June

 

On Wednesday 8th June we will be celebrating World Oceans Day. In classes we will be learning about different animals that are endangered that live in our Oceans. For your homework we want you to prepare a costume to wear to school on the 8th June with an ocean theme.

Here are some suggestions:

  • Blue Ocean outfit
  • Ocean animal themed outfit
  • Your own save the oceans themed outfit
  • An ocean themed hat
  • A Save the oceans poster to carry with your outfit

Homework 20.05.22

This week for homework we would like you to carry out some research on a famous artist of your choice. Create some slides or a fact file and upload your finished work to google classroom. This will help you with writing a Biography of an artist next week.

 

Ideas for your research:

 

Childhood

Education

Famous pieces of art 

Hobbies and interests

Preferred style of art 

Interesting information

 

Maths Homework:

You have been set a reasoning task on Mathletics.

 

Spellings: 

MangoesPineapplesStrawberriesWatermelons
ContrastContrastToneComplementary
TextureTextureStyleSymmetrical
ToneToneDramaticAbstract
StyleStyleShadowDramatic
ShadingShadingOutlineLinear
OutlineOutlineLinearShadow
CompositionComposition Composition
ShadowShadow Outline
LinearLinear Texture
DramaticDramatic Contrast

 

Homework - 13.05.22

Welsh Assessment

Your homework this week is to learn your Welsh conversations, ready for your Welsh oracy assessment next week. You must learn your part of the conversation off by heart.

 

If you have not written your conversation because you were absent, please work your way through these online Welsh activities instead: 

Meeting friends and family - BBC Bitesize

 

Maths Homework 

Complete the following assigned tasks on Mathletics:

1. Transformations

2. Groups of eight 

Spelling

Complete the activities linked to the following spelling patterns on Readiwriter and learn your spelling words ready for Friday's test.

Spelling Pattern: French words
Strawberries   -Spelling Pattern: Spell words ending in -le

Mangoes 

Pineapples

 

Strawberries 

Watermelons 

café

debris

amuse

reservoir

crochet

queue

roulade

sabotage

montage

soufflé

 

café

amuse

detour

crochet

sabotage

montage

a la carte

soufflé

coupon

parachute

apple

little

able

rattle

bubble

uncle

circle

middle

title

couple

café

debris

detour

amuse

crochet

queue

reservoir

coupon

a la carte

etiquette

 

 

Homework 06.05.22

 

Energy-Tranform.

This task has been assigned on Google Classrooms.

 

We and the world we live in are full of energy, which can be transformed to good use for using the natural world. 

 

Your task is to research different forms of energy and answer the following questions: 

-How is energy produced?

-What are the positive impacts on our environment? 

-What are the negative impacts on our environment?

 

Complete the Google Docs task assigned to you. Carry out research using a range of appropriate websites.

Spelling

Complete the activities linked to the following spelling patterns on Readiwriter and learn your spelling words ready for Friday's test.

Spelling Pattern: Spell phys and phob words
Strawberries   -Spelling Pattern: Spell a words, making the short o sound

Mangoes 

Pineapples

 

Strawberries

Watermelons 

physics

physical

astrophysics

technophobia

acrophobia

zoophobia

physician

physiology

physique

microphysics

physics

phobia

physical

technophobia

acrophobia

zoophobia

physique

microphysics

physiotherapy

photophobia

was

wash

want

watch

wand

wasp

swan

quarry

quarrel

squash

physical

physically

astrophysics

technophobia

acrophobia

zoophobia

physician

physiology

physique

microphysics

physiotherapy

Maths Homework

Log onto your Active Learn account and complete the problem solving game allocated to you called 'Water Use.'

Homework 29.04.22

This week we would like you to complete the homework assigned in the document below. It is a CAFOD based homework assignment and you will need to post your images on Google Classroom.

 

Mathletics:

You have been set 2 reasoning activities to prepare you for the Maths reasoning tests you will take part in next week.

 

Spellings:

Please learn the spellings below. You can log in to readiwriter to play fun games linked to the spelling pattern you are learning.

 

Spelling Pattern- Spell phono and photo words (Greek origin)

Strawberries:  Spelling Pattern- Spell o words making the short u sound 

 

Mangoes 

Pineapples

 

Strawberries 

Watermelons 

telephone

homophone

earphones

megaphone

photograph

photosynthesis

gramophone

microphone

telephoto

telephone

homophone

earphones

megaphone

photograph

gramophone

microphone

telephoto

photocopy

saxophone

son

above

done

love

mother

some

other

brother

none

nothing

telephone

homophone

earphones

megaphone

phoneme

gramophone

phonetic

microphone

polyphonic

xylophone

saxophone

 

Please ensure you are using giglets, bug club and active learn.

Step up to the Plate - CAFOD Homework

Homework -08.04.2022

For the next two weeks for homework we would like you to log in and access giglets. You have been set 2 books on there to read. One is a fiction book 'The Monkey and the crocodile' and another non-fiction book. You have also been set higher order thinking questions and multiple choice questions based on these books. Please complete these tasks over the Easter Holidays in preparation for Assessments that will take place in May.

 

Giglets log in:

Username: First four letters of your first and last name 

School code: stphilipcps

Password: Spe123 (This may be in capital letters or lower case)

 

Mathletics Homework:

You have been set 4 tasks to complete over the Easter break.

 

Money (addition)

A test on multiplication and division

Reasoning task 1 - Big number split

Reasoning task 2 - Clued in

 

Spellings:

Please learn the spellings below. They are not on readiwriter, however you can use readiwriter to consolidate the other spelling patterns we have learnt this year.

 

MangoesPineapplesStrawberriesWatermelons
DreamDreamDreamDream
PickingPickingPickingPoison
Popped PoppedEarthPopped
AdventureAdventureThroughAdventure
StationStationFriendlyStation
PleasurePleasureWedgePleasure
RespectRespectImportantDictionary
PoisonEntertainComplainMisunderstand
EntertainPotatoesParagraphFavourite
PotatoesComplainConnectedEnvironment

 

Please remember to also use bug club, Jasmine P.E and Active learn throughout the Easter Holidays.

Homework -01.04.2022

Log into REAL PE at home using your username and password given out in a letter this week. Go to KS FUNS skills and click on one leg balance. Practice the skill levels red and blue and possibly pink if you want to challenge yourself. Then play the games pick up, put down and counterbalance with someone in your family. Have fun! 

 

Mathletics

Log on to your Mathletics account and complete the following activities: 

1. Classifying Angles

2.Measuring Angles

 

Spelling - 01.04.22

-Silent Letters

 

Mangoes 

Pineapples

Strawberries ar making ‘or’ sound

Watermelons 

wrap

sword

folk

crumb

island

knob

doubt

align

limb

thumb

wreck

know

knock

sign

knife

knee

known

lamb

knew

knob

war

dwarf

swarm

warm

warn

award

forward

wart

reward

warning

honest

aisle

island

plumber

design

heir

wreak

column

debt

whole

Homework 25.03.22

 

Bangladesh Research 

Saturday 26th March is Bangladesh Independence Day. As we have a link with a school in Bangladesh we have set you a research task to find out more about this special day.

See Google Classrooms assignment for further detail. 

 

Mathletics

Please complete the following activities assigned to you on Mathletics: 

1. Perimeter- Squares and Rectangles

2. Measuring: Length

 

Spellings

-Adding suffixes to words ending in -fer

 

Mangoes

 

Pineapples

Strawberries

s saying /zh/

Watermelons

referee

conferred

preferred

referred

transferred

conference

difference

different

differentiate

differently

preferred

referred

transferred

conference

difference

different

preference

referral

reference

preferring

treasure

usual

measure

vision

revision

television

visual

explosion

decision

division

referee

conferred

preferred

referred

transferred

conference

difference

deferential

different

differentiate

 

Homework - 18.03.22

 

Log into REAL PE (see info above) at home using your username and password given out in a letter last week. Go to KS FUNS skills and click on seated balance. Practise the green and red level skills and then play. Play the Personal best Front curling game with someone in your family. Have fun! Share some videos or photographs on the Google Classrooms assignment.

 

Maths Homework 

Task 1 :Mathletics - multiply and divide written-grid method assigned task. 

Task 2: Active Learn Interactive Activity- Reel It In (Identifying factors)

 

 

 

Spellings 18.03.22

Mangoes

- suffix –ic

Pineapples

 -suffix –ic

Strawberries

-wr words

 

Watermelons

-suffix –ic

toxic

terrific

telepathic

lyric

optimistic

mechanic

dietetic

aerobic

allergic

chronic

toxic

tactic

terrific

lyric

mechanic

heroic

allergic

electronic

historic

artistic

wrap

write
wreak
wrong
wrote
wrist
wreath
wreck
wren
wring

 

 

 

terrific

telepathic

optimistic

mechanic

dietetic

aerobic

allergic

angelic

aquatic

artistic

REAL PE at Home Platform

Please watch the video on how to log in and use the resources. Home Learning tasks will be set fortnightly however, you can access all the resources through the online platform. We hope you have fun playing the games and activities with your children.  

 

Guidance for Families

Homework- 11.03.22

Due Wednesday 16th March 2022

 

Your homework task this week is to carry out some research about Captain Robert Falcon Scott. 

Answer the following questions:

-How is Captain Robert Falcon Scott linked to Cardiff Bay? 

-What can you find at Cardiff Bay that is linked to Captain Robert Falcon Scott? 

-Why is he such an important historical figure? 

 

You may wish to present your research using Google Slides or Google Docs.

 

Maths Homework

Complete the Mathletics tasks which have been assigned to you: 

1. Converting g/kg

2. Converting length

 

 

 

 

Spellings -11.03.22

Mangoes, pineapples and watermelons- suffix - able 2

Strawberries-Greek origin ch/k

 

 

Mangoes 

Pineapples 

Strawberries 

Watermelons 

dependable

comfortable

understandable

reasonable

enjoyable

reliable

acceptable

avoidable

bearable

breakable

enjoyable

loveable

passable

portable

suitable

profitable

manageable

remarkable

replaceable

respectable

chemical

mechanically

technique

scholar

choreograph

characteristic

monochrome

headache

chameleon

chrysalis

 

dependable

comfortable

enjoyable

reliable

reasonable

understandable

acceptable

advisable

perishable

agreeable

 

Homework 

Friday 4th March - due Wednesday 9th March 

 

Science - What do flowering plants need to stay healthy? 

 

Use Adobe Spark to create a poster answering the following question:

What do flowering plants need to stay healthy?

 

Please see the assignment on Google Classrooms for further detail. 

 

Use your knowledge from our Science research task this week. You may also wish to carry out your own research to add further detail. Include a range of relevant images alongside your text. 

 

Maths Homework 

Delivery Dash 

Log on to Active Learn and complete the assigned task-

Delivery Dash - use a range of problem solving skills to complete the challenge. 

 

Spellings - Readiwriter

Mangoes - Suffix able 1Pineapples - Suffix able 1Strawberries - Words ending in cianWatermelons - Suffix able 1
Inflatableadorablemagicianadorable
Adorableapplicableopticianapplicable
Applicabletolerablebeauticiantolerable
Tolerableadaptableelectricianintolerable
Adaptableadmirablepoliticianadaptable
Admirableidentifiablemusicianadmirable
Dispensableimaginable commendable
Disposableinconsolable dispensable
Imaginableinflatable disposable
Inconsolableseparable imaginable

 

 

 

 

 

Homework

Wednesday 16th February due in Monday 28th February

 

Homework – Eisteddfod Competitions

Over half term we would like you to take part in at least one competition. However, if you like, you may choose to complete as many competitions as you would like to. The competitions are below. We would also like you to practise our whole class song ‘Anfonaf Angel’ and the Welsh National Anthem ready for our performances during the Eisteddfod.

 

Both clips of the songs will be available on google classrooms.

 

Whole School Competitions:

Welsh Learner of the Year-The children are encouraged to use what they have been learning in school to showcase their knowledge and understanding of the Welsh language. They may choose to write some phrases or sentences, a letter, conversation or celebrity profile in Welsh. The children must also write a paragraph in English explaining why they think they should be ‘Welsh Learner of the Year’. There is a very useful online dictionary on the website bbclearnwelsh which will be helpful when the children are writing in Welsh.

3D Modelling Competition – Children are encouraged to make a 3D model of something which represents Wales for them. Children may use whichever means of media they wish and the topic is broad to encourage creativity.

Cookery Competition - Children are encouraged to cook something which is a traditional Welsh recipe or depicts Wales to them.

Advantages of speaking Welsh – Children are encouraged to create a poster outlining the advantages of speaking Welsh. This can be done physically or virtually. If completed virtually children must hand in to Google Classroom or Seesaw by the hand in date.

‘Wonderful Wales’ advert – Children are encouraged to create an advert encouraging people to visit Wales. They should include a variety of landmarks and be as creative as possible using whichever means of media they wish: Google Slides, video, leaflet. If completed virtually this must be handed in on Google Classroom or seesaw.

Mr Urdd Modelling Competition – Children are encouraged to make a 3D model of Mr Urdd (the Urdd’s mascot) using whichever means of media they wish. This year marks the Urdd’s centenary. A picture of Mr Urdd can be seen below.

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on subtraction.

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

Spelling list below:

Mangoes 
add -Prefix de

 

 

Pineapples
add - Prefix de

Strawberries
words ending in -sion 2

 

Watermelons
add - Prefix de


debrief


decode


pension


deactivate

deceased

defeat

tension

deactivation

decompose

defend

mansion

debrief

deactivate

deform

expansion

decaffeinated

deconstruct

defrost

extension

deceased

default

defuse

dimension

decomposed

defeat

delay

 

decomposing

defrost

depress

 

decomposition

defuse

detour

 

deconstruct

dehydrate

deserve

 

default


debrief

 

 


deactivate

 

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 11th February due in 16th February

 

Homework – Cardiff Bay Research

After half term our new context for learning is Cardiff Bay. We would like you to carry out some research on Cardiff Bay. Create some slides or an Adobe Spark poster to illustrate your information. There are some ideas below to guide your research.

 

Research Ideas/Topics:

 

  • History of Cardiff Bay or ‘Tiger Bay’
  • Famous landmarks and buildings
  • Why is it popular?
  • The Senedd
  • Tourist attractions

 

Hand in your homework on google classrooms.

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on fractions and decimals

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

Spelling list below:

Mangoes 
add -Suffix -ate

 

 

Pineapples
add - Suffix -ate

Strawberries
words ending in -ssion

 

Watermelons
add - Suffix -ate


hydrate


hydrate


mission


hydrate

compassionate

considerate

passion

compassionate

designate

decorate

session

designate

affectionate

fortunate

expression

affectionate

considerate

passionate

permission

considerate

decorate

celebrate


mission

decorate

fortunate

carbohydrate

 

fortunate

passionate

deliberate

 

passionate

aerate

demonstrate

 

accelerate

celebrate

illustrate

 

accurate

 

 

 


hydrate

Mental Health Bingo

Homework

Friday 4th February due in Wednesday 9th February

 

Homework – Mental Health Week

Next week is mental health week and we will be learning all about how our mental health is just as important as our physical health. We would like you to complete some activities to increase your mental health and make you happy. It is important to take time out of our busy lives to look after ourselves and complete activities that allow us to connect with our friends and families and ourselves

 

Complete as many activities as you can on the Mental Health Bingo card. Take pictures or videos of yourselves completing these activities. If you cannot take a picture or a video please write a diary entry on Google classroom explaining what you did and how this made you feel.

 

Please upload your pictures/videos or diary entries to the Homework section on Google Classroom.

 

Mental Health Bingo Link:

https://www.youngminds.org.uk/media/cl3je1wu/wellbeing-bingo.pdf

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000

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

Spelling list below:

Mangoes 
add -able to words ending in ce or ge 

 

 

Pineapples
add -able to words ending in ce or ge 

Strawberries
words ending in tion

 

Watermelons
add -able to words ending in ce or ge 


changeable


manageable


Mention


changeable

knowledgeable

rechargeable

Motion

knowledgeable

manageable

replaceable

Prediction

manageable

rechargeable

unchangeable

Education

rechargeable

unchangeable

noticeable

Isolation

unchangeable

noticeable

traceable

Location

noticeable

irreplaceable

exchangeable

 

irreplaceable

replaceable

danceable

 

replaceable

traceable

sliceable

 

traceable

unnoticeable

enforceable

 

unnoticeable

 

 

 

faceable

exchangeable

Homework

Friday 28th January due in Wednesday 2nd February

 

Homework – STEM week Homework
 

This weeks homework will inform our learning for STEM fortnight where we will be making our own motorised vehicles. We would like you to Research some ideas on how vehicles use energy to motor them (there are some websites below for support).

 

Once you have completed your research. Create your own quiz on this topic using Google classroom - use Google forms. We will use these quizzes over the next few weeks to test and improve our knowledge.

 

Success Criteria:

Use a variety of question openings (How, Why, Where, Which, Do etc)

Research pulleys and levers and how they are used in a motorised vehicle

Research circuits and how they are used in motorised vehicles

Find out about the impact on electrical cars on the world (Global Goals)

 

Useful resources :

https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/science/simple-machines/

https://kids.kiddle.co/Electric_vehicle

https://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/vehicles/cars.html

https://wiki.kidzsearch.com/wiki/Electric_vehicle

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtk2V0M6k3M

https://www.ducksters.com/science/simple_machines.php

 

 

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on time (24 hour clock)

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

Spelling list below:

Mangoes 
suffixes -ent, -ence and -ency

 

 

Pineapples
suffixes -ent, -ence and -ency

Strawberries
words ending in tion

 

Watermelons
suffixes -ent, -ence and -ency


innocent

Confident


education


innocent

innocence

confidence

isolation

innocence

frequent

decent

junction

frequent

frequency

decency

location

frequency

confident

consistent

mention

confident

confidence

consistency

motion

confidence

decent

dependent

observation

decent

decency

dependence

 

decency

consistent

fluent

 

consistent

consistency

fluency

 

consistency

 

 

 

efficient

efficiency

 

 

Homework

Friday 21st January due in 26th January

 

Homework – Walk Against Hunger CAFOD

For Lent CAFOD are asking schools around England and Wales to Walk Against Hunger.

The charity will be sharing stories from Sierra Leone and asking schools to walk to help children like Lombeh. When she was a baby, Lombeh was dangerously malnourished. One day, her mother Amie met a group of women walking along the road. They were new mothers just like herself and they told her about a CAFOD-funded clinic where Amie was taught how to make a highly nutritious food paste from a traditional recipe – perfect for malnourished babies – and it helped Lombeh get better and grow. Now Amie is teaching other new mums in her local community how to make the baby food.  

No child should go hungry. By challenging ourselves to walk and raise awareness this Lent, we can help children like Lombeh to get what they need to grow up strong, healthy and happy.

Watch this film to find out more: https://cafod.org.uk/Education/Primary-teaching-resources/Lent-resources-for-children

 

TASK 1: Create a ‘Walk Against Hunger’ poster Use your creative skills to make a poster raising awareness for CAFOD’S Lenten charity appeal ‘Walk Against Water’. Be creative! Think outside the box! You may wish to add a slogan to your work e.g. ‘No child should go hungry’, ‘We’re walking for the children of Sierra Leone’, ‘We’re stamping out hunger!’, ‘We’re walking against hunger’. Upload your work to your online learning platform (Seesaw/Google Classroom) or give your work to your class teacher.

 

or TASK 2: Take a photograph of you ‘Walking Against Hunger’ You may wish to send in a photograph of you walking with your family, walking with your school friends or even walking your dog! Send you photos to your online learning platforms post these on Google Classroom with the caption ‘Walk Against Hunger’.

*Please see the Mini Vinnies section of the school newsletter for more information.

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on fractions.

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

Spelling list below:

Mangoes 
suffixes -ant, -ance and -ancy

 

Pineapples
suffixes -ant, -ance and -ancy

Strawberries
words ending in sion 1

 

Watermelons
suffixes -ant, -ance and -ancy


hesitant


observant


abrasion


hesitant

hesitancy

hesitant

decision

tolerant

tolerant

hesitancy

conclusion

tolerance

tolerance

brilliant

invasion

admittance

expectant

brilliance

confusion

vacancy

immigrant

tolerance

division

occupancy

occupancy

tolerant

occasion

buoyant

inhabitant

substance

 

buoyancy

vacancy

vacancy

 

Perserverance

radiant

radiant

 

reluctant

 

Homework

Friday 14th January due in Wednesday 19th January

 

Homework – Google Classroom Document - Cymraeg - Amser

This week we have been learning how to tell the time in Welsh. We have looked at different sentence patterns and have looked at different activities you can do at different times of the day.

 

We would like you to complete the Google document task found on Google Classroom. Look at the table in the document. It shows what time Sian, Rhys, Ann and Tom get up (codi), shower (ymolchi), eat breakfast (cael brecwast) and eat dinner (cael cinio).

There are questions to answer below the table. 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.

 

There is also a challenge and a fun time game link.

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on coordinates

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

Spelling list below:

Mangoes 
 

Pineapples
 

Strawberries
 

Watermelons
 

accident

surprise

group

accident

accidentally

therefore

guard

accidentally

actual

though

guide

actual

actually

although

heard

actually

address

thought

heart

address

answer

through

height

answer

appear

various

early

appear

arrive

weight

earth

arrive

believe

woman

eight

believe

bicycle

women

busy

bicycle

 

 

 

breath

 

 

 

breathe

Homework

Friday 7th January due in Wednesday 12th January

 

Homework task - Giglets higher order thinking skills questions and reading test questions

This week we would like you log in to Giglets and read the book that has been assigned to you.

You will either have:

 

Aztecs

The Goblins Goblet

The Magic Paintbrush

 

Read the book carefully and then complete the higher order thinking skills questions and the reading test questions. They have both been assigned to you.

Your log in for giglets has been provided previously. However, it follows the same rule for all log ins (below)

 

Username: First four letters of your first name and surname

Password: spe123 (this may be capital letters or lowercase)

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on addition

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug. You may also access books and comprehension questions on Giglets.

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes  – Prefix out-

Pineapples -
Prefix out-

Strawberries
irregular plurals

Watermelons
Prefix out-

outburst

outcome

outcrop

outbound

outpost

outwit

outlaid

outshine

outdoors

outgrow

outrage

outdate

 

 

 

 

outfit

outside

outdate

outline

outdoors

outgrow

outrage

outcry

outlay

outdo

 

foot

feet

tooth

teeth

mouse

mice

child

children

person

People
 

outnumber

outspoken

outstanding

outpatient

outburst

outcome

outcrop

outbound

outpost

outgoing

outcast

outwit

 

 

Christmas holiday homework 2021

 

Christmas is a very special time for us as Catholics as we celebrate the birth of Jesus. But, we are also called to be stewards of God's creation. Christmas can be a very wasteful time of year with up to 1 billion Christmas cards ending up in landfill and other issues:

Can you help care for environment by thinking of eco friendly solutions to these issues?

 

How will you ensure your Christmas is an Eco Friendly time? Your holiday challenge is to think of ways of making your Christmas sustainable and sharing your solutions with our class on Google Classroom. 

 

Some suggestions for sharing your eco solutions:

  • Make a video of eco solutions and share on the google classroom stream.
  • Take photos and share on google slides.
  • Create an adobe spark report sharing your eco solutions,
  • Don't have access to a digital device? Keep a record of your eco solutions in your homework book.

 

Eco Suggestions:

 

21 eco-friendly Christmas tips | Friends of the Earth

 

Check out mathletics, giglets and readiwriter to keep your maths and literacy skills developing over the holiday.

Homework

Friday 10th December due in 8th December

 

 Homework task – Context - ROBOTICS - Research and Information Sheet

 

As part of our robotics topic, your task is to find out more about how robots are used to help people. Carry out your own research about robots; you can use books, the internet including these suggested websites:

 

Real-life robots that will make you think the future is now (pocket-lint.com)

Fun Facts About Robotics for children (parentcircle.com)

robot - Kids | Britannica Kids | Homework Help

Robot Facts for Kids (kiddle.co)

 

You need to choose one robot and share your research with the rest of the class in an information text that includes facts, details of the robot its functions and purpose. Include pictures.

 

Record your robot information sheet in your homework book; If you would like to complete the task digitally use adobe spark.


 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on bar graphs and pie charts.

 

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug. You may also access books and comprehension questions on Giglets.

 

Mangoes
prefix-in 2
Pineapples 
prefix-in 2
Strawberries
prefix mis-
Watermelons
prefix-in 2

Bethlehem

Garland

Mistletoe

Ornaments

Wreath

Wenceslas 

Decorations

Sleigh

Manger

Receiving

Elves

 

 

Bethlehem

shepherds

manger

Workshop

holly

Christmas pudding

Candle

Elves

Garland

Mistletoe

angels

Stable

Bethlehem

shepherds

manger

Workshop

holly

Christmas pudding

Candle

 

Garland

Mistletoe

Ornaments

Wreath

Wenceslas 

Decorations

Sleigh

Manger

Bauble

Bethlehem

wrapping paper

Frankincense

Incarnation

Reindeer

Tinsel


 

 

Homework

Friday 3rd December due in 8th December

 

 Homework task – Cymraeg - Hamdden - Google classroom document

 

This week we would like you to use your Welsh vocabulary on ‘Hamdden’ to ask your family questions and practice your Welsh oracy. We would like you to complete the tasks set on the google document. There is also a PowerPoint attached to support you with your welsh vocabulary. Please make sure you hand in your task when you have completed it.
 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on Tallies and Line Graphs

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug. You may also access books and comprehension questions on Giglets.

 

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug. You may also access books and comprehension questions on Giglets.

 

Mangoes
prefix-in 2
Pineapples 
prefix-in 2
Strawberries
prefix mis-
Watermelons
prefix-in 2
insignificant
involuntary
incredulous
inexpensive
indispensable
inconsolable
intolerable
independence
indestructible
invertebrate
insolvency
Indefinitely
 
insignificant
involuntary
inexpensive
inability
inconsolable
ineffective
intolerable
incurable
independent
Indigestion
 
misbehave
misdirect
misfortune
mishandle
misunderstand
mislead
 
indefatigable
indomitable
incongruous
incontrovertible
insufferable
insolvency
indefinitely
inaccurately
inadmissible
inequitable
inexhaustible
Inconveniently
 


 


 

Homework

Friday 26th  November due in 1st December

 

Homework task – Advent Promise (Candles template)

This week we would like you to use the candle template handed out to write down your Advent promise. You can use the sentence starters below:

 

My Advent promise is to ____________________________________.

I will achieve this by _______________________________________.

 

Think about our school virtues and what action you can take during this season to live out or school virtues; compassionate and loving, learned and wise, generous and grateful, eloquent and truthful, faith-filled and hopeful, intentional and prophetic, attentive and discerning, curious and active.

 

Once you have made your Advent promise you can decorate your Advent promise with the symbols of Advent. There are some links below to support your learning and help with any ideas or scripture you may like to use. These candles will be on display in our classroom.

 

https://www.beinspirational.co.uk/ks2-promises/

 

There is also an Advent PowerPoint uploaded below with activities for you to complete throughout the season of Advent from CAFOD.

 

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on ascending and descending order

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug. You may also access books and comprehension questions on Giglets.

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes  –prefix -up and -down

Pineapples -
prefix -up and -down

Strawberries
add -prefix -dis

Watermelons
prefix -up and -down

download

downside

downtime

downcast

downstairs

downplay

downstage

downsize

upfront

uplift

uphold

upon


 

 

 

 

update

upend

uphill

upset

upon

downfall

downhill

download

downside

downtown

 

 

 

disqualify

disbelief

dissatisfy

disloyalty

disadvantaged

disappearance

 

downbeat

downgrade

upheaval

upkeep

downlight

upward

downright

upstage

uptight

upended

downriver

downstairs


 

 

 

CAFOD Primary Advent Calendar 2021

Homework

Friday 19th   November due in 24th November

 

Homework task – Google classrooms.

This week we have been learning how we can keep ourselves safe when using the internet and digital devices. We have talked about our digital footprints and how we can create positive digital footprints and avoid having a negative footprint.

 

For homework we would like you to create a poster using adobe spark (accessible through hwb) to show how you can keep safe on the internet. Create an e-safety poster. Below are some links to support you with your learning. Once you have completed the task you need to save the adobe spark poster to your google drive and then upload it to the task set on google classroom.

 

https://saferinternet.org.uk/guide-and-resource/young-people/resources-for-3-11s

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zfcvhbk/articles/zkcj92p

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwFE25f50P4

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on comparing and ordering decimals

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug. You may also access books and comprehension questions on Giglets.

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes  –Words ending in -tial or -cial

Pineapples -
Words ending in -tial or -cial

Strawberries
add -prefix -ir

Watermelons
Words ending in -tial or -cial

facial

partial

racial

social

martial

special

essential

initial

crucial

impartial

beneficial

financial


 

 

 

 

official

facial

racial

social

special

crucial

essential

initial

martial

partial

 

irritable

irregular

irrelevant

irreplaceable

irritate

 

racial

special

potential

financial

antisocial

unofficial

artificial

crucial

confidential

torrential

sequential

beneficial


 

 

Homework

Friday 12th  November due in 17th November

 

Homework Book Task: 

Next week is ‘Open your eyes week’ where we will have teams calls with people from a variety of careers. It is a great opportunity to see what other people do in their jobs and can inspire us to think about what opportunities we have available to us.

 

We would like you to research your chosen career. Write down why you want to have this job in the future. What skills you need and how you will achieve your goals. Use the bullet points below to help you. You can add some images of what you

 

  • What is your chosen career? (explain what you will do in your job)
  • Why have you chosen this career?
  • What skills will you need?
  • What can you do in school to develop those skills?

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on comparing numbers and greater than and less than

Reading books – Bug Club – complete the comprehension tasks by clicking on the green bug. You may also access books and comprehension questions on Giglets.

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes  add –Homographs

Pineapples
Homographs

Strawberries
add -add -ous after a long e sound

Watermelons
Homographs

wind

record

excuse

row

bass

close

dove

refuse

lead

wound

desert

sow


 

 

 

 

wind
row
dose
close
dove
lead

wound
desert
sow

tear
subject

 

 

 

serious

obvious

curious

hideous

furious

glorious

envious

 

wind

record

excuse

row

bass

close

dove

refuse

lead

invalid

wound

desert

sewer


 

 

Homework

Friday 5th November due in 10th November

 

Homework Book Task:  Create an empathy tree.

 

This week we have been looking at Fratelli Tutti the encyclical letter from the Pope. We would like you to watch the video linked below again and create an empathy tree. The instructions are below. If you would like to do it on plain paper and stick it in your homework book you can.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWpoIo3mlgk – CAFOD - Fratelli Tutti Video

 

  • Step 1 - Imagine that empathy (how we understand, and be sensitive to the feelings, thoughts and experiences of others) is a seed. That seed can grow into a tree. It has roots and also branches. ​
  • Step 2 - Draw this seed on a piece of paper. Underneath draw the roots. Write five kind things we can do to build empathy and understanding with others inside or underneath each root. Think about the qualities we have looked at in Come and See and some of the ideas in the CAFOD video. ​
  • Step 3 - Now draw the tree. Draw branches and leaves. On each leaf write a positive thing that can come from understanding people. Think about how it can be positive for you, for the other person, the community and our Global World. How can you be a good Global Neighbour? ​
  • Step 4 - Think about empathy, kindness and understanding. Write down one way we can use empathy to help a refugee in our community?

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on Area.

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

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes  add –Homonyms

Pineapples
Homonyms

Strawberries
add -ly to words ending in le

Watermelons
Homonyms

suit

fair

orange

scale

bark

iron

leaves

ruler

second

rose

permit

even


 

 

 

 

can

watch

ring

fan

scale

fair

even

wave

light

letter


 

 

prickly

idly

singly

doubly

nobly

fiddly

subtly

humbly

probably

horribly

 

pass

fan

hail

scale

leaves

display

contract

second

survey

even

fair

permit

transport


 

 

Homework

Friday 22nd October due in Wednesday 3rd September

 

October half term homework

Aim: To encourage families to take simple steps to look after our planet.

 

On Monday 25th October, BBC Bitesize will launch The Regenerators, an ambitious new initiative that will educate and inspire children, young people and families to take simple steps to build a greener future. We know that climate change is the number one concern of young people today, so we are here to equip you with the skills needed to create change and influence others to look after our planet and the world around us. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zppx2v4

 

Families will be treated to a series of videos and articles that include simple and practical ideas that you can try at home to help save money and live well.

 

Homework Task – watch the videos and read the articles together as a family. Try out some of the practical ideas at home and take pictures or record videos of you doing this as a family. Upload the videos to Google Classroom or Seesaw. How are these steps helping our planet?

 

Extra Optional Task: We have an exciting competition for you to enter. Our assembly member Jenny Rathbone has asked schools to enter a Christmas card competition. The winner of the competition will see their card printed and delivered to several thousand people across the constituency. The winner(s) and runners-up will be presented with a small prize and their artwork will be displayed in the Albany Gallery. The artwork can be either be portrait or landscape and ideally on an A4 piece of paper. The more colourful the better.

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tests on addition and subtraction.

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

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes  add –Homophones 3

Pineapples
Homophones 3

Strawberries
add -ly to words ending in y

Watermelons
Homophones 3


aisle

isle

aloud

allowed

affect

effect

weather

whether

alter

altar

serial

cereal

 

 


aisle

isle

aloud

allowed

weather

whether

serial

cereal

desert

dessert

 


heavily

speedily

wearily

merrily

steadily

clumsily

cheerily

guiltily

busily

 


aisle

isle

aloud

allowed

affect

effect

weather

whether

alter

altar

serial

cereal

complement

compliment

 

 

Homework

Friday 15th October due in Wednesday 20th October

As a school, we are finding out more about COP26, the United Nations Climate Change Conference, which is being held between October 31st and November 12th 2021. Our aim is to raise awareness of the conference and encourage our pupils to become ethical, informed citizens of Wales and the wider world. This will be achieved by educating all pupils on Global Goal 13, taking personal small steps to tackle climate change whilst learning about the climate change issues that affect our link country, Bangladesh. We have a link school n Bangladesh and we are completing a shared project where pupils in both schools find out about the impact of climate change in both countries especially thinking about flooding and steps taken to prevent this.

 

Task: research flooding in Bangladesh and look at the steps they take to tackle flooding by using the following websites. How does this compare to climate change issues in Wales? Record your findings as a report. You can complete your work on a computer and use images of the internet to support your research.

Linked resources or ideas

https://sizeofwales.org.uk/education/education-resources/

 

Mathletics-

Maths: split add and subtract. We have been learning about addition and subtraction for the past two weeks; show your learning by answering the questions.

 

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

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes  add –or with no root word

Pineapples
add –or with no root word

Strawberries
add –s to a verb

Watermelons
add –or with no root word

tough

bought

brought

drought

trough

cough

dough

fought

enough

ought

rough

though

though

 


 

 

tough

bought

brought

drought

trough

cough

dough

fought

enough

rough

though

anchor

minor

cursor

mentor

major

author

visor

 

recurring

emitting

formatting

transferring

beginning

admitting

forgetting

recapping

regretting

preferring
 

 

tough

bought

drought

trough

cough

dough

fought

enough

rough

thought

 

Homework

Friday 8th October due in Wednesday 13th October

 

Homework Book Assignment:

This week we have been writing diary entries. We would like you to use this knowledge to write a diary entry about something you have done or you can pretend to be your favourite character from a film or book and write about their experiences.

 

Follow the success criteria below to help you include all the features of a diary entry:

 

First Person (I, me, we and my)

Past tense

Description (adjectives, alliteration and similes)

Feelings

Date

Dear Diary

Paragraphs

Chronological order

 

 

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on division

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

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes  add –or with no root word

Pineapples
add –or with no root word

Strawberries
add –s to a verb

Watermelons
add –or with no root word


victor

cursor

mentor

major

author

visor

junior

meteor

senior

traitor

 


doctor

donor

tutor

anchor

minor

cursor

mentor

major

author

visor

 


relaxes

vanishes

polishes

addresses

assesses

confesses

depresses

discusses

dismisses

expresses

 


mayor

warrior

bachelor

predator

interior

exterior

equator

junior

meteor

senior

 

Homework

Thursday 30th September due in Wednesday 6th October

 

Homework Book Assignment: Next week we will begin our next RE Come and See Topic called LIFE CHOICES. We will be learning about the Sacraments. As part of our learning we will make links to show how feelings and beliefs affect their own and others’ behaviour in relationships.

Task 1: write a character study of your ideal friend, explain why they might be committed, loyal and faithful, and what influences them. You can then draw a picture of your ‘ideal friend.’

 

Task 2: Next week we have the opportunity to take part in a mass about 'Being God's People.' We would like you to donate some food or toiletries to show how we are being 'God's People.' 

We have been inspired by work of St Vincent de Paul and his compassion towards the poor. We want to work together to help shape a more just and compassionate society. We want to raise awareness for those people who are living in poverty and experiencing disadvantage.

 

In Cardiff over 80,000 people live below the poverty line. 18,000 are children. Cardiff food bank offers food and support to these people.

Throughout the month of October, we will be collecting donations for the Cardiff Food Bank. Food banks are in desperate need of the following items: Milk, fruit juice, sponge pudding, jars of coffee, savoury snacks, rice pudding, shampoo, deodorant & toothpaste. We would like to thank you in advance for any donations we receive.

 

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on factors and multiples.

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

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes  add –or to words ending in e.

Pineapples
add –or to words ending in e.

Strawberries
add –s to a verb

Watermelons
add –or to words ending in e.

 

calculator

supervisor

insulator

executor

indicators

translator

simulator

refrigerator

survivor

radiator

narrator

navigator


sensor

creator

dictator

radiator

narrator

rotator

survivor

navigator

aviator

generator


agrees

blends

drinks

filters

finds

knows

looks

loves

narrates

rides

 


calculator

supervisor

insulator

executor

indicator

translator

simulator

refrigerator

numerator

alternator

distributor
communicator

 

Homework

Friday 24th September due in Wednesday 29th September

 

Homework book Assignment

This week we would like you to write a prayer for St Philip Evans. Think about our virtues and how St Philip Evans lived out these virtues. You could use the response ‘St Philip Evans, Pray for us’ in your prayer as a response.

Here are some sentence starters to support your prayer writing.

 

Prayer openers:
Dear God,

Holy father,
Almighty Father,

 

Sentence starters:
Thank you for …

Forgive us for …

We ask your help …

Help us to be …

In times of trouble …

Maths: On Mathletics you have been set 2 tasks on addition and subtraction.

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

Spelling list below: Readiwriter:

Mangoes  
i before e rule 5

Pineapples
i before e rule 5

Strawberries
Prefix il-

Watermelons
i before e rules 5


conceit

ceiling

conceive

deceit

deceive

perceive

receipt

receive

received

conceited

 


receive

deceive

conceive

perceive

ceiling

receipt

conceit

deceit

received

conceited

 


illegibly

illegitimate

illiberal

illiterate

illogical

illicit

illegal

illegible

illuminated

 


conceit

ceiling

conceive

deceit

deceive

perceive

receipt

receive

received

conceited

 

 

Y5 homework Friday 17th September 2021

Maths: Mathletics- PLACE VALUE

We have been learning about the value of different digits in maths and we have assigned three activities for you to consolidate your learning.

Activity 1- Are you ready? Recap of Y4 learning

Activity 2: Less than, more than or equal?

Activity 3:  Expanded notation- can you show your understanding of each digit?

Spelling- Logon on to Readiwriter to practice the spellings

Watermelons

Rule i before e

Mangoes

Rule i before e

Pineapples

Rule i before e

Strawberries

Prefix in

Seize

Caffeine

Height

Weird

Weight

Beige

Weigh

Foreign

Vein

Veil

Freight

Sleigh

Rein

Protein

reindeer

Vein

Weigh

Height

Veil

Seize

Weird

Weight

Neigh

Beige

Freight

Sleigh

Heir

rein

Vein

Weigh

Height

Seize

Weird

Weight

Neigh

Beige

 

Incredible

Inanimate

Inaudible

Inappropriate

Incompetent

Independent

Inconsistent

insignificant

 

Pupil Voice committee applications forms: Would you like to be elected to join one of our pupil voice committees? Complete the application forms for the committees that you want to join. You will read these application forms to your class who will vote for the person they want to represent them. The elections will take place on Monday 20th September.

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