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Year 5

WELCOME TO YEAR 5!

 

It has been fantastic seeing you all in school.

 

If you need to contact us, please email on:

 

Mrs Kaila/Mrs Hoque

5KH@conway.bham.sch.uk

 

Miss Parekh

5P@conway.bham.sch.uk

Year 5 Curriculum Overview

This term's topic is 'We are the same but different'.

Holiday Homework

Our next topic is called 'Freedom Fighters'.

We would like you to do some research on the following people:

 

Martin Luther King
William Wilberforce
Olaudah Equiano
Rosa Parks
Malala Yousafzai

Why were they famous?

What do they have in common?

How did they help to bring about change?

Don't forget to email us.  smiley

In Art we will be exploring some of the work of a renowned artist named Banksy.

Have a look at this picture.

What message does this give us?

How does it make you feel?

What do you dis/like about it?

Online Home Learning this week

Friday 16th October 

Visual Literacy-HOPE

 

Have a go at answering these questions.

Who is the man in the park?

What has happened to him?

What do you think he is hoping for?

What is significant about the flowers?

Is there more happiness or sadness in the world?

Online Home Learning this week

Friday 9th October 

 

As we are learning about ourselves and where we are from in our topic 'We are all the same but different', this week's homework is to study the picture of Sparkbrook in the past, which has been sent via email to you. 

 

Email us your answers to the following questions: 

 

  • What road do you think this is?
  • How is this road different to what you see today?
  • What has surprised you about the picture?

 

We look forward to reading your emails. smiley

Help guide: How to log onto your email

 

If you cannot remember how to login into to your email, use the following help guide and follow the steps.

 

 

Home Learning for Week One

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Maths

Arithmetic

482 + 217 =

1342+3425=

876-321=

2315-543=

6x8=

130/10=

 

Complete pages 5-7 of the Place value Book.

 

Arithmetic

2212 + 3254 =

132 + 8425=

 

Which is greater?

 

2315 or 2351

23x10=

 

 

Complete pages 6-7 of the CGP Book.

 

Arithmetic

34564 + 154 =

132 + 8425=

 

Put these numbers in ascending order.

 

5498, 5903, 43289, 3267

13x10=

 

Complete pages 11-14 of the Place value Book.

 

Arithmetic

What is the value of 5 in 35678?

1094 + 6225=

32x100=

100/5=

 

Complete pages 8-9 of the CGP Book.

 

Arithmetic

What is the value of 7 in 35678?

 

Put these numbers in descending order.

6549, 2345, 1276, 3765

3415-1443=

 

 

 

Complete pages 17-20 of the Place Value Book.

 

Reading

Read the text How do I programme a video recorder and answer ‘text’ questions 1-4

Read the text How do I programme a video recorder and answer ‘sentence’ questions 1-5

Read the text Jim Hedgehog and the Lonesome Tower and answer ‘text’ questions 1-7

Read the text Jim Hedgehog and the Lonesome Tower and answer ‘sentence’ questions 1-3

Read the text Jim Hedgehog and the Lonesome Tower and answer ‘Word’ questions 1-4

SPAG

Root word ‘tion’

Turn the verbs into nouns by adding ‘tion’ and make other changes that are necessary

 

Create

Perfect

Inspect

Examine

Complete

Punctuating  direct speech

Look at page 12 in your pack.

 

You will need to add speech marks and one of the following:

 

A comma

A question mark

An exclamation mark

Substitute for ‘said’

Using a thesaurus how many words can you think of to use instead of ‘said’.

 

See page 13 of your pack

Homophones

Can you write a sentence for each of the following homophones:

 

Aisle

Isle

Past

Passed

Aloud

Allowed

Affect

Effect

Punctuation Punctuated the sentences correctly

 

See page 36 of the SPAG book

Topic

Abolition of the slave trade.

 

  • Read – Thomas Clarkson Sheet. 

 

  • Read and clarify the meaning of any unknown words.

 

Research and create a fact file about Thomas Clarkson.

  • When was he born?
  • Who was he?
  • What was he famous for? Why?
  • How did he help others?

 

 

Abolition of the slave trade.

  • Read – William Wilberforce Sheet.

 

  • Read and clarify the meaning of any unknown words.

Research and create a fact file about Olaudah Equiano

  • When was he born?
  • Who was he?
  • What was he famous for? Why?
  • How did he help others?

Physical Activity – choose a Joe Wicks workout on YouTube to complete.

Abolition of the slave trade.

  • Read – Olaudah Equiano sheet. 

 

  • Read and clarify the meaning of any unknown words.

Research and create a fact file about William Wilberfoce.

  • When was he born?
  • Who was he?
  • What was he famous for? Why?
  • How did he help others?

Physical Activity – choose a Joe Wicks workout on YouTube to complete.

Home Learning for Week 2

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Maths

Arithmetic

795 + 212 =

2514+1010=

987-299=

2754-743=

16x8=

150÷10=

 

Complete page 12 of the CGP book.

 

Arithmetic

3746 + 2153 =

4512+ 941=

 

Which is greater?

 

2145 or 2415

28x10

 

Complete page 14 of the CGP book.

 

Arithmetic

63524 + 1504 =

3954+ 2344=

 

Put these numbers in ascending order.

 

1515, 5151, 1525, 5215

 

Complete page 15 of the CGP book.

 

Arithmetic

What is the value of 9 in 594268?

 

24186 + 1256 =

32x100=

100÷5=

 

Complete pages 16 of the CGP book.

 

Arithmetic

What is the value of 1 in 15486?

 

Put these numbers in descending order.

5784, 5846 5844, 5874

 

Complete page 18 of the CGP book.

 

Reading

Read the text - An astronauts guide to life on Earth questions 1-5 CGP pages 4-5.

Read the text – Why Cycle? Questions 1-4 CGP pages 6-7.

Read the text – Why Cycle? Questions 5-7 CGP pages 6-7.

Read the text –The Great Fire of London. Questions 1-4 CGP pages 10-11.

Read the text –The Great Fire of London. Questions 5-8 CGP pages 10-11.

SPAG

Nouns

CGP book Page 4

Q 1-2.

 

 

Nouns

 

Recap yesterdays learning about nouns.

 

Now find examples of concrete, abstract and collective nouns in your reading book and copy them down.

 

Pronouns

CGP book Page 12

Q 1-2.

 

Pronouns

Recap question 2 from yesterday.

 

Now write your own short story using pronouns.

 

Prepositions

 

CGP book page 24-24.

 

Q 1-5.

 

 

Topic

 South Africa

Research - use www.kiddle.com

  • Which continent is it on?
  • What are the main cities in it?
  • What is the capital city?
  • What is the population?
  • What are the common spoken languages?

  • Why is it called the 'rainbow' nation?

 

Physical Activity Choose a Joe Wicks workout on YouTube to complete.

Visual Literacy

 

Study the pictures.

 

What do yo notice about them?

 

Choose two pictures and write:

  • What can you see?
  • What do you think is happening, why?
  • Have you seen anything like this before? Where?

 

 

 

Who was Nelson Mandela?

 

Research:

  • When and where he was born.

  • What was his profession?

  • What did he achieved in his life?

  • What was his dream?

  • How did he achieve his dream?

Physical Activity Choose a Joe Wicks workout on YouTube to complete.

 

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