Owl Class Homework – Week Commencing 27th November 2020

This week’s Homework focuses and revises the use of modal verbs.

This lesson includes:

    • two videos

    • three activities

      Modal verbs are words like can/could, may/might, will/would, shall/should and must. They are a special type of verb that impact other verbs in a sentence.

Thank you again to everyone who hands their home work in on time – we’re so impressed by your super study skills and motivation.

Remember Homework catch up club on Friday for those who don’t manage to hand in or need a little extra help completing.

Have a lovely weekend everyone x Mrs Henney

Owl Class Home Learning – 27.11.20

Good morning.  Here are today’s tasks:

*English – Unit from The Oak National Academy.  Using the link below, find Year 5 week beginning Monday 9th November.  Select Friday’s English lesson for Year 5.  It is called ‘To make inferences based on a text’.  Follow the instructions in the lesson to work through the teaching video and the related activity.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-5

*Maths – today we are looking at comparing and ordering fractions using the denominator.  Take a look at the following PowerPoint and Worksheet/ Answers Before having a go at the worksheets (choose either developing, expected or greater depth) work through the PowerPoint.  Mark using the attached answer sheet. I’d suggest having a go at the Varied Frequency worksheet before the Reasoning and Problem Solving.

*Reading – make sure that you are reading for at least 10 minutes per day.

*Times Table practice – log onto TTRockstars and spend at least 20 minutes improving your quick recall of times tables.

*PSHE – Unit from The Oak National Academy.  Using the link, find Year 5 week beginning Monday 9th November.  Select Friday’s PSHE lesson for Year 5.  It is called ‘Hazards in the home’.  Follow the instructions in the lesson to work through the teaching video and the related activity.

Record your work in the book sent home from school.  Please send copies/photos of your work to the admin email address.

Have a good day,

Mrs Henney

26.11.20

Good morning.  Here are today’s tasks:

*English – Unit from The Oak National Academy.  Using the link below, find Year 5 week beginning Monday 9th November.  Select Thursday’s English lesson for Year 5.  It is called ‘To answer language questions – Part 2’.  Follow the instructions in the lesson to work through the teaching video and the related activity.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-5

*Maths – today we are looking at fractions again and placing them on a number line.  Take a look at the following PowerPoint and Worksheet/ Answers. Before having a go at the worksheets (choose either developing, expected or greater depth).  Mark using the attached answer sheet. I’d suggest having a go at the Varied Frequency worksheet before the Reasoning and Problem Solving.

*Reading – make sure that you are reading for at least 10 minutes per day.

*Times Table practice – log onto TTRockstars and spend at least 20 minutes improving your quick recall of times tables.

*Music – Unit from The Oak National Academy.  Using the link, find Year 5 week beginning Monday 9th November.  Select Wednesday’s Music lesson for Year 5.  It is called ‘To imitate world percussion using sound sources found in the home’.  Follow the instructions in the lesson to work through the teaching video and the related activity.

You could also test yourself on your spellings!

Record your work in the book sent home from school.  Please send copies/photos of your work to the admin email address.

Have a good day,

Mrs Henney

Owl Class Homework – Week commencing 20.11.20

This week’s Homework focuses and revises how to use adverbs and fronted adverbials.

This lesson includes:

  • one video about adverbs

  • one video about fronted adverbials

  • four activities

We have been learning a lot about adverbs and fronted adverbials in our school work linked to our class text ‘Star of Fear, Star of Hope’ and so this week you will be revising them and using them to create your own sentences.

Thank you to everyone who handed their home work in on time – We were blown away by the effort that went in to this week’s homework; so many of you have really got to grips with Long Division but if you haven’t quite yet please don’t worry – We will revisit later on in the year.

Remember Homework catch up club on Friday for those who don’t manage to hand in or need a little extra help completing.

Have a lovely weekend everyone x Mrs Henney

Owl Class Homework and Spellings – Week commencing 12th November 2020

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This week Owl class I’d like to start by saying an enormous well done and give you all a pat on the back for the perseverance and resilience you have shown during our Maths focus over the last few weeks … wait for it …. drum role please … Yes .. I’m talking about Long Division.

I know it has been tough but with practice and the herculean levels of patience demonstrated by you all I have seen what can only be described as a technicolour display of lightbulbs as the ‘ah’ moment has taken hold!

This is the last week of long division .. until next term that is. So this week I am giving you some previous SAT Maths questions (for you too Year 5 – The SATs test everything covered in KS2!) with the answers attached at the end. (Please follow the link to access).

The whole paper should take no more than 50 minutes; you can choose to take in a number of sittings or you can do all in one go if you prefer. But please don’t take more than 50 minutes you need to do some relaxing too!

 

Whilst on the subject of homework I wonder if I could just give a gentle reminder to all Owls; Homework is due in on Wednesdays, this is so we have enough time to mark and file before the next set goes home. We’ve also become conscious of the fact that some children are not submitting their homework on consecutive weeks. Whilst we appreciate that there are times and events which mean it is just not possible and understand this we do feel that this important part of your learning is essential and is also essential in order to help you prepare for your future learning; especially those of you in Year 6! Therefore as of next week I will be holding a Homework Catch up session during Friday lunch times (after you’ve eaten of course) for all those who have not submitted their homework (that is unless of course you have made contact with me beforehand!).

And finally, spellings.

Year 5

Year 6

Congratulations to this week’s super spellers:

Sam
Harry
Reuben
Dominic
Rhys
Mya
Noah
Brilliant work all!
Thank you all once again for your continued support of your child and of us.
x Mrs Henney