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Year 5 - Orca Class

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Welcome to Orca Class

 

Teachers - Mrs. Johnstone (Mon - Thurs)

Mr. Warren (Fri)

TA - Mrs. Roberts

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WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2

WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 1 Nikola's stunning Dragon World! WOW!
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 2 Bailey's amazing dragon world.
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 3 Austin's Star World - WOW!
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 4 Ewelina's curious creatures.
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 5 Bailey's colourful dragon.
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 6 Ewelina's detailed dragon.
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 7 Austin's creative dragon.
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 8 Maisy's delightful dragon.
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 9 Mariam's magnificent dragon.
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 10 Kaitak's sensational silver dragon.
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 11 Dragons by Luca
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WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 13 Mountain Gorillas by Austin
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WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 18 Corn Snakes by Ewelina
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WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 22 Akita - the loyal dog - by Nikola
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WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 24 Courtney's enjoyable, humorous story.
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 25 Aaron's delightful dragon story.
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 26 Thomas animal alliteration poem
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 27 Toby's alliterative masterpiece with 'w'
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 28 Alliterative adjectives that match the animals
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 29 Well-constructed sentences with editing from Luca.
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 30 Super sentences with editing from Austin
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 31 Super sentences with editing from Austin
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 32 More well-structured sentences from Maisy.
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 33 What an incredible list from Austin.
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 34 Example from Maisy's reading record
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 35 Thursday maths help from Luca.
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WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 37 Thursday maths help from Luca.
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WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 39 Maths help from Luca
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 40 Maths help from Ewelina
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 41 Maths help from Luca
WAGOLLs WORK WEEK 2 42 Reasoning from Ewelina

Home Learning Suggested Timetable

Home Learning Suggested Timetable 1

Daily Home Learning Tasks

Please scroll down to the block titled with the relevant date.

Below are a few other suggestions and websites for family activities:

 

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Home Learning-updated

In Year 5, we are advising that pupils keep up their learning daily with the following expectations:

Reading: 30 minutes a day at least; recording in the reading record. Reading to an adult daily is also recommended for all pupils (as we do in Teaching of Reading). Keep up the vocabulary check. What is your favourite new word of today? Why? Try and use it in any writing you do.

Spelling:  20 minutes a day - to start with, ensure you can spell all the 200 high frequency words, the Year 3/4 words or the Year 5/6 words - depending what stage you are at with your spellings. Tackle 5 a day. Practise handwriting them in different fonts. Make sure you use some in your writing.

  • Handwriting: tip for this week -  'w' should be formed accurately and look like 2 v joined - try it.
  • It is joined using the third (horizontal) join (see below) 

English: this week we will aim to write a non-chronological report about a dragon or mini-beast, although you can choose another subject you are interested in. The activities in the daily section use dragons as one idea and there are real-life dragons today you may wish to research e.g. komodo dragon, Chinese water dragon and more http://www.bbc.co.uk/earth/story/20150426-ten-amazing-real-life-dragons

If you would like some additional work for your child, then consider working through the fairy tale project (document below). 

Maths: this week we will be exploring decimals using White Rose home-learning lessons. 

Other subjects: we will give suggestions but please use the afternoons to explore your own options for home-learning.  

Purple Mash contains Art, Computing, DT, email, games and loads more. Log in using your TT rockstars username and password and try the tasks which have been set for you. You can then submit some of them online for your teachers to view and mark.

Home PE lessons 

With more time being spent at home it is important to remember to get some movement time in every day.

Most homes are using Joe wicks, body coach's daily PE lessons for children.  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6r99N3kXME

Have fun! 

If any of you would like to come up with PE routines that everyone could do at home - email them in to us so we can share your ideas. Can you come up with a half hour routine that can be done in the home or garden (but remember not everyone has a garden so it needs to be able to be done inside). We look forward to seeing your ideas. 

 

Mathletics: https://login.mathletics.com/

TT Rockstars: https://ttrockstars.com/

Mash: https://www.purplemash.com/sch/standrewsdt3 (user/password as TTR)

 Accelerated Reader: https://ukhosted72.renlearn.co.uk/2236787

 

Those of you who have logins to Lexia, Dynamo Maths and/or Reading Eggs, please spend time on these every day.

 

aspokes@standrews.dsat.org.uk password "maths"use mathletics username/pw

 

 

 

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Friday 3rd April 2020

 

English

Edit your report.

Make sure you have checked that capital letters are in the right place.

Check for spellings and punctuation.

Does each sentence make sense?

Have you included the range of grammar requested? 

 

 Maths

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Week 1 lesson 5

Remember you also have Mathletics and TTRockstars which you can use any time. Some of you have Dynamo maths too - use that several times a week. 

 

 

Wider curriculum

 

 

RE:

Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88vJ5A_oLRM (a scene from the Miracle Maker, which you have already seen in school).

Write in a google doc (share with Mr W) or a purple mash  2write: What do you think about the crucifixion? What emotions do you feel?  What have you learned from Jesus' story? Why do you think we celebrate Jesus' death (and rebirth) at Easter?

 

Computing

Log in to Purple Mash and complete the coding activity you have been set.

Thursday 2nd April 2020

 

English

Write your report

Recipe for a non-chronological report

*An interesting title which covers the whole subject

*Subheadings for each category

*An introductory paragraph

*Some information may be in fact boxes or bullet point lists

*factual and formal language

*Present tense

*Technical language may be added in a glossary 

*Written in the third person

*Include interesting and powerful vocabulary including year 5/6 vocabulary

*Include a range of grammar such as relative clauses, expanded noun phrases, parenthesis, cohesion, adverbs, prepositional phrases, adverbial phrases.

 

There is some dragon paper below for you to print out and use if you want. 

 

 

 Maths

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Week 1 lesson 4

 

 

Wider Curriculum

 

Geography / Art and design project

***This is a project for the remaining afternoons this week (don't think you have to do it all in one afternoon!)***

Thinking of the dragons you saw in the pictures on Monday (scroll down to Monday to remind yourself), create a  new country for these dragons to inhabit. 

Use your geography skills to help.

What is the name of the country? What is its flag?  

What are the features of the country? 

Think about what the climate is like? 

What are the physical characteristics like?

Are there any settlements? 

Create a poster with all the details on. 

Draw a map.

Explain how the dragons are suited to this environment. What other animals live there

Have fun with your imagination here.

I look forward to seeing your creations.

 

Reading

 

 

Wednesday  1st April 2020

 

NOTE: Today there will be a spelling test of all year 3/4 and 5/6 words

 

Reading

Personal reading - see example of a reading record page in WAGOLL.

Read one of the example reports below.

What do you notice about the language it is written in?

 

English

Today you can carry on planning your non-chronological report.

We suggest 2 days for planning.

Look at the PPT from yesterday which shows you the criteria and expectations for the report.

See also, yesterday's suggested planning sheet, checklist (so you know what needs to be included), synonym sheet, and conjunction mats. 

Remember - the report does not have to be about a dragon; it just needs to follow the style.

More examples of reports will be posted tomorrow to help you.

 

Suggested activities for today:

 

Activity 1

Make notes of expanded noun phrases you will include in your report to make it interesting to read

 

Activity 2

Make notes of figurative language you could use to have an impact on the reader (alliteration, similes, metaphors, onomatopoeia, personification)

 

Activity 3

Write notes on how you would describe your dragon (or animal you are writing about). Can you include all the senses in your description?

 

Oh - by the way - April Fools - there is no spelling test (well, unless your adults want to give you one)

 

 Maths

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Week 1 lesson 3

 

 

Wider Curriculum

 

Geography / Art and design project

***This is a project for the remaining afternoons this week (don't think you have to do it all in one afternoon!)***

Thinking of the dragons you saw in the pictures on Monday (scroll down to Monday to remind yourself), create a  new country for these dragons to inhabit. 

Use your geography skills to help.

What is the name of the country? What is its flag?  

What are the features of the country? 

Think about what the climate is like? 

What are the physical characteristics like?

Are there any settlements? 

Create a poster with all the details on. 

Draw a map.

Explain how the dragons are suited to this environment. What other animals live there

Have fun with your imagination here.

I look forward to seeing your creations.

 

 

 

Examples of non-chronological reports for reading

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Examples of non-chronological reports for reading 3
Examples of non-chronological reports for reading 4
Examples of non-chronological reports for reading 5

Tuesday 31st  March 2020

Reading

Read the report in the PPT for English.

Personal reading.

Suggestions for on-line reading: https://www.storylineonline.net/

(let us know if this site is useful)

 

English

Today you can start to plan your non-chronological report.

We suggest 2 days for planning.

Look at the PPT below which shows you the criteria and expectations for the report.

We have also uploaded a suggested planning sheet, a checklist (so you know what needs to be included), a synonym sheet for activity 1 and conjunction mats. 

Remember - the report does not have to be about a dragon; it just needs to follow the style.

More examples of reports will be posted tomorrow to help you.

 

You may want to do further research about your chosen animal or topic today, before you use the planning sheet.

 

Suggested activities for today:

Activity 1

Have fun choosing some rich vocabulary you will use and finding synonyms and putting them in order of power.

Look at the list below and try and put some of these in order of power first. Which is the least powerful, most powerful?

Which will give the description you want?

 

Activity 2

Write some factual sentences using a variety of determiners:

 

Most elephants are large and grey, with leathery skin.

Some geckos can make suitable pets.

The komodo dragon is both fierce and powerful.

A dragon is considered to be a mythical beast, however, many real-life dragons still exist today.

 

Activity 3

Make a list of Year 34 and 56 words you might want to use and review the conjunction list (see Checklist).

 

Maths

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Week 1 lesson 2

 

Geography / Art and design project

***This is a project for the remaining afternoons this week (don't think you have to do it all in one afternoon!)***

Thinking of the dragons you saw in the pictures on Monday (scroll down to Monday to remind yourself), create a  new country for these dragons to inhabit. 

Use your geography skills to help.

What is the name of the country? What is its flag?  

What are the features of the country? 

Think about what the climate is like? 

What are the physical characteristics like?

Are there any settlements? 

Create a poster with all the details on. 

Draw a map.

Explain how the dragons are suited to this environment. What other animals live there

Have fun with your imagination here.

I look forward to seeing your creations.

 

 

 

 

Monday 30th March 2020

 

Reading

Explore this web site today - you may find useful ideas and information:

https://www.booktrust.org.uk/

Listen and read along to this online picture book about dragons (which links to our English):

https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/have-some-fun/storybooks-and-games/the-dragon-machine/

Vocabulary: collect words which have prefixes and suffixes - how many can you find?

Has the author used any figurative language? If yes, which has the biggest impact on you and why?

If no, which descriptive language creates the best image and why?

 

English

Look at the powerpoint (Different-sentence-types) below, which shows a variety of different sentences about the dragons in the pictures below. See if you can match them to the sentences. There is an extra word document with some vocabulary in to help you.

Now write some similar sentences of your own about one of the dragons or about your own report subject. 

 

Maths

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

 

WEEK 1 Lesson 1

 

ART

Draw your own dragon using your knowledge about lines, adding texture and shading to show detail.

Add some colour in a medium of your choice.  

https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/have-some-fun/

(an illustrator sketching a dragon)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Friday 27th March 2020

 

Hi folks, this is Mr Warren dressed in green and yellow

It is great to see how many of you are using online resources to keep your learning active.  You should also now be able to email me and your classmates using GMail. You all have a new Gmail account using your TTrockstars username@standrewswey.co.uk. So for example Toby would be tobtay@standrewswey.co.uk. Your password is your TT rockstars password x3 - so if your TT rockstars password was "ztr" you would use "ztrztrztr". (This is because Gmail insists on longer passwords). You can now use your old gmail if you prefer.

 

We will also test Purple Mash's email (see computing below)

 

English

Log into Purple Mash (the same details as TT rockstars - there's a link to our school's login page further down this page). In your 2dos, you should find a task to write a short story starring two minibeasts - think about their characters and personalities and convey these with well chosen phrases. Include speech with speech punctuation and new line for new speaker.

 

Maths

Log into Purple Mash to complete the Maths 2dos which have been set. There are two fraction activities and a game.

 

Computing

 

Log into Purple Mash. Go to Tools and scroll down to find 2Mail. Check your email and reply to Mr Warren. Explore and see if you can email your friends. Remember that all email should be polite, positive and PROPERLY PUNCTUATED!!!

I will do my best to reply to emails.

 

Complete the Bubbles and Snail Race activities set in Purple Mash

 

Wider Curriculum

 

 

French Visit https://www.french-games.net/frenchlessons?topic=Activity%20-%20daily%20routine&level=primary

Learn the phrases for "daily activities".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 26th March 2020

 

Reading

Find examples of how the author has used figurative language to create effect.

What impact on the reader do you think the author was hoping for?

 

English

Focus is alliteration and includes the writing task for today - document below

 

Maths

Tasks on Mathletics

If your child requires extension questions, please email me

 

Wider Curriculum

 

How about some music today and some general knowledge questions. 

 

Here is the link to the music programme. Have fun exploring and making music.

 

http://www.charangamusicworld.co.uk/yumu/cmw

 

(please email me for logins if you are trying the music)

Wednesday 25th March 2020

 

Reading

If you had to choose one key detail from your reading today, what would it be and why?

Find an effective noun phrase that the author has used. Why did you choose this one?

 

English

Antonyms and Synonyms (documents below)

 

The writing task today starts with the incomplete sentence below. Now carry on with it and be creative … use some of the synonyms and antonyms you have discovered today.

You find the end of the rainbow…

 

Maths

Tasks on Mathletics

 

Science

See Food Chain document below

Tuesday 24th March 2020

 

Reading:

Find one word in your text which tells you about the setting.

Whose perspective is your story told from?

If not a story, how would you answer this question above? 

 

English:

1) SPAG tasks on use of capital letters. See attached documents. 

 

2) Daily Writing Task:

Complete this writing task using capital letters correctly:

You are enjoying making sandcastles on the Weymouth Beach, when the waves wash up a message in a bottle. You pull out the message: what does it say?

 

Maths:

Tasks on Mathletics

 

 

 

 

 

MONDAY 23rd MARCH 2020

 

Maths: 

Matletics tasks set on fractions. 

 

English: 

Writing task set on Purple Mash - write about a mini beast (feel free to write about the animal you were researching at school for the report). Make sure you have capital letters in the correct places. Include a range of grammar and interesting vocabulary. 

 

Art: 

Make some observational drawings of different leaves on houseplants or in the garden. Remember to use only a pencil and the techniques we practised in school when we took a line for a walk e.g. cross-hatch shading; thick or thin lines created by using the pencil in different ways.  

Finally, have a look at Ellsworth Kelly plant drawings and see if you can create a stylised plant drawing like his. You could colour this one too.

 

Ellsworth Kelly Plant Sketches

Ellsworth Kelly Plant Sketches 1
Ellsworth Kelly Plant Sketches 2

Home PE lessons 

 

With more time being spent at home it is important to remember to get some movement time in every day. Joe wicks, body coach, is starting daily PE lessons for children starting tomorrow. 

 

Here is the link: 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6r99N3kXME

 

Have fun! 

If any of you would like to come up with PE routines that everyone could do at home - email them in to us so we can share your ideas. Can you come up with a half hour routine that can be done in the home or garden (but remember not everyone has a garden so it needs to be able to be done inside). We look forward to seeing your ideas. 

Spellings for test on Friday 20th March:

 

Year 3/4 spellings: separate, special, straight

 

Year 5/6 spellings: stomach, sufficient

 

Phonic focus - 's' as an onset or medial sound: set, safe, snow, start, skin, also, sister, sunset

                                     plus high frequency: when, with

 

Spelling pattern: doubling the 'r' when adding a suffix to words ending in '-fer'

                                     refer/referred; prefer/preferred; transfer/transferred; 

                                     confer/conferred; infer/inferred                                               

 

Make sure you know what they all mean and which word classes they are!

You should aim to learn them thoroughly and get at least 60% correct.

This term, children who score lower will be expected to do extra work on the ones they have misspelt.   

Dates for your diary:

 

Residential at PGL Osmington on

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday March 9 - 11th

 

WAS A GREAT SUCCESS!

Well done team (which includes everyone - parents for getting them there, etc.)...

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SPRING 2 - Beast Creator

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Week beginning 02/03/20

 

English - varying our language and use of clauses and phrases to add detail and interest to non-chronological reports about the 'beasts' we researched after the visit from 'Worldlife'. See photos below.

 

Maths - comparing and ordering fractions; finding a common denominator when denominators are related multiples and factors. using our own fraction walls to compare fractions visually. Ruby coined the term 'fraction bar'.

 

Science - Biology focus - the classification of living things. Scientist: Carl Linnaeus. See our knowledge organiser below.

 

RE -

 

Art and Design -  taking a line for a walk and observing how Kandinsky and Miro use lines

 

Humanities -  looking at life in Victorian times through reading 'Street Child'. The Victorians were the great collectors of 'beasts' from around the world. 

 

PE -  gymnastics - balancing.

Classification of living things knowledge organiser

We loved meeting these vertebrates and invertebrates - they all have their own unique characters

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We loved meeting these vertebrates and invertebrates - they all have their own unique characters 42
We loved meeting these vertebrates and invertebrates - they all have their own unique characters 43
We loved meeting these vertebrates and invertebrates - they all have their own unique characters 44
We loved meeting these vertebrates and invertebrates - they all have their own unique characters 45
We loved meeting these vertebrates and invertebrates - they all have their own unique characters 46
We loved meeting these vertebrates and invertebrates - they all have their own unique characters 47
We loved meeting these vertebrates and invertebrates - they all have their own unique characters 48
We loved meeting these vertebrates and invertebrates - they all have their own unique characters 49
We loved meeting these vertebrates and invertebrates - they all have their own unique characters 50

Fond memories of 'Pharaohs'.

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Mr. Nunn's magnificent orrery :)

Mr. Nunn's magnificent orrery :) 1

Exploring the relative sizes and spherical shapes of the planets of our solar system

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Impact day was a thrilling day of science - the highlight being the visit to the planetarium, from the moment we squeezed through the padded, tunnel-like entrance to the glorious images of the night sky, which enfolded magnificently on the ceiling of the dome. We also tested awesome rocket mice, designed magnificent spacesuits and created mnemonics to help us remember the order of the planets, as they orbit the Sun. Learning at its best!

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