Last day of the week. We have covered lots of different learning; fractions, area, parenthesis, fronted adverbials, recognising speech, guided reading, creation of waves, creating layers of ostinatos in music, lunar and solar eclipses, the Sikh place of worship, symbolism and descriptive language plus lots more.
A very busy week.
Live sessions - Today I will just be working with the year 5s in our live session. Could the year4s check your answers with the answer sheet below and then complete the area reasoning sheet in resources. There are 2 choices - one sheet that you print out or the interactive sheet where you can fill the answers in on the sheet and email it to me.
Art - Today, follow the video lesson and please do send over your finished landscapes if you are able to.
English - The final English session of the week is looking at asking effective questions to retrieve information we need. Take time with the lesson and think carefully about the questions and responses.
*Story time will start a little later today at 2.25pm because our Assembly is from 2pm - 2.15pm.
Have a lovely weekend
The lesson video for music is available below. You will need to have access to an online computer program to complete the lesson. This program works on laptops, tablets and phones (although the small screen makes it hard to use). Follow the link below when you need to.
Good morning all,
I have just remembered that we haven't finished the class book 'The Fastest Boy in the World' yet, so I thought that we should finish that before we move on to anything new. Today I will be reading a short story as a one off until I'm back in school tomorrow where 'The Fastest Boy....' is.
The English lesson today is focused on creating a specific mood with your writing - video below.
For geography today you will need a few household objects but if you don't have them you can still complete the other tasks.
I will see you all at 2.15pm for a short story.
Did you do Joe Wick yesterday? I have to admit I didn't so I will be catching up this morning.
Year 5s, there is a little support video to watch before going through the parenthesis sheet where we work through some example questions and look at some example questions.
See you at 11.15 and at 2.15 to start our new story.
Use this lesson on Oak National Academy to explore solar and lunar eclipses. It is a good lesson and explains everything that we need to know included phases of the moon (lunar).
Also, if you are lucky enough to have access to BBC iPlayer, I recommend that you watch 'The Planets' with Professor Brian Cox. It is great to sit down and watch with all of the family.
Please point your parents to the new document below rom the Department of Education that they can download and read.
Good morning and welcome to a new week. I have received lots of work over the last week and weekend, so thank you all. If I haven't replied yet, I will catch up today.
Don't forget that there is no 11.15am session today but story will go ahead at 2.15pm. This will be the last chapter so tomorrow we will begin a new book. What might it be I wonder?
All planning is below in the download section and you can find lesson video for today's English.
Have a good day and I'll catch you later.