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Film posters designed for our original play scripts

Important: daily Year 5 work on Seesaw  

 

Hi there Leopards. I hope you are all safe and well. 

 

For the children at home, I will post activities daily on Seesaw. The tasks will cover the same areas that you would have been doing if all children were in class. It is important that you consistently do the work at home, so that you will be keeping up with the content which we cover in Year 5. The work will include an explanation or introduction that hopefully prepares you for the activity.

 

If you have any problems getting onto Seesaw, please contact the school for support with this. If you are only able to  access Seesaw on a phone, an option is to do the work on pen and paper then take a photo of what you have done as evidence.

 

If you have not done so yet, please head to Seesaw for all the recent activities. 

 

 

Thanks, Mr Mason 

Computing – Week beginning January 5th

This half term we are thinking about databases. What do you think a database is?

A database holds lots of information about different things.

Task 1

Log into Purple Mash.

Search for ‘2investigate’

Click on the app and open, then select Aliens from the menu

 

This will now open a screen which shows lots of pictures of Aliens

Task 2

Click on each Alien to find out information about them.

To the right of the + button at the top of the screen are 3 icons. Click on these to see what information you can find out. It’s just the same but easier to see.

Open the PDF below and see if you can answer the questions.

 

The Leopards Pen License Hall of Fame...

Science - volcano videos (part 5)

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Science - volcano videos (part 4)

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Science - volcano videos (part 3)

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Science - volcano videos (part 2)

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Science - volcano videos (part 1)

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Science - what occurs when materials are mixed together? (volcanoes)

Geography: comparing human features of our local environment.

Science: which materials make good thermal insulators?

Science: what happens to temperature?

Y5 pupils should aim to know their times table facts with instant recall.

Year 5 Recommended reading list. Please read regularly, find a book you love and enjoy! :)

Curriculum Plan & Calculation Policies

If you are unsure of the methods your child is using for calculating in Maths, please click the link below to explore our Calculation Policies, which give examples of how we teach your child.

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