As you all know, we are now in lockdown until February Half Term. Below you will find the information on Remote Learning for the week commencing 4th January 2021.
Remote Learning this term will be assigned and submitted to the Year 5 Google Classroom. Your child will have been given a Google Classroom login at the start of this year.
GOOGLE CLASSROOM FEEDBACK: Please note, that while we understand different families have different circumstances and therefore, complete work at different times of the week, the most effective feedback I can provide your child with will come on the day the work has been due to have been completed. If your children completes the Maths and English tasks as a minimum and follows the sequences daily, they are more likely to receive regular and meaningful daily feedback.
YOU SHOULD NOW BE ACCESSING TERM 3 REMOTE LEARNING
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Here are the sequences of learning for you to complete during the lockdown period.
Term 3 Planning:
Here is a sequence of learning for you to complete over the lockdown period.
Please also keep up with your Maths Skills using Sumdog (contact me if you need your login details): https://www.sumdog.com/city
All resources and challenges can be found in the file list below:
Take this time to learn and practise the Year 3/4 and the Year 5/6 Statutory spellings and the Termly 25 for this term.
Your weekly spellings will also be uploaded onto Google Classroom to be practised as homework.
You can log on to Spelling Frame to help you practise your spellings (contact me if you need your login details): http://spellingframe.co.uk/
Weekly Spellings for w/c 4th January:
Words ending in -tion, -sion, -ssion or -cian
Here are the spelling rules and the list of this week's words:
- If the root word ends with 'c' or 'cs' use the -cian suffix: magic - magician
- When the root word ends with 'd' or 'se' the suffix used is usually -sion: expand - expansion
- If the root word ends with 't' or 'te' use -tion: invent - invention
- If the root word ends with 'ss' or 'mit' use -ssion: discuss - discussion; admit - admission
You should be reading every day for at least 20 minutes. This could be a novel, a non-fiction text, poetry or a magazine/newspaper. Alongside this, you should also complete a reading comprehension once a week. Answers are provided so that you can mark your work. As you answer the questions, consider which VIPERS is being asked of you.
Term 3 Planning:
Term 1/2 Planning:
Our Class Novel this term is: My Friend, Walter by Michael Morpurgo
Reading this at home would be of great help and will help your child keep up with the story.
This term, our Science focus is 'Forces'. Follow the sequence of learning according to which week(s) you are in isolation.
This term, our theme is 'What is the legacy of the Tudors?'. Follow the sequence of learning according to which week(s) you are in isolation.
Theme Sequence of Learning - What is the legacy of the Tudors? (Art and History)
This term, we will be looking at Tudor portraits.
This term, Year 5 are learning about Christianity. Below is the sequence of learning we will be following week by week.
Learning Through Drawing
If you are isolating, drawing can be an excellent way to take a moment to be mindful and aid with your mental health and well-being.
Term 3 Homework