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Posted: Mar 25, 2020 by: Mr Pennington (Pennington) on: Year 5C Blog!
Click the link above or the comments link to access the Year 5C Blog! Let me know what you have been up to while we have been off school! You can ask me any questions regarding your work that I have set you. Have a look at the videos I've done too! Stay safe. Speak to you soon!
Jun 12, 2020
Hi Laraib, I hope you're okay! The Spanish link is here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zt6296f , It was on yesterday's BBC Bitesize lessons. There is also some Spanish on the Year 4 BBC Bitesize page too if you want to learn some more!
Jun 11, 2020
sir where is the Spanish i cant find it any where
May 19, 2020
Hi Laraib, You can convert the remainder from the bus stop division questions into decimals. For example, if your answer to 345 ÷ 6 = 57 r3, you can convert your remainder to 3/6, or 0.5, so your answer would be 57.5. Hope this helps!
May 18, 2020
sir can we solve the bus stop division question in decimal????
May 11, 2020
hi everyone have a nice holiday.
Apr 8, 2020
Everyone Stick Toghether Everyone can choose the right path , Vagrant is not what we need , Everyone has their choice . Right or wrong , Young or old we will succeed . One another together , No one will ever stop . Everyone from sticking together . Inioluwa Aged 9 #writetounite
Mar 30, 2020
my dad has sent what i have done :)
Mar 30, 2020
it does make sense now thanks
Mar 30, 2020
Hi Laraib. Is it this week's English and IPC work? If it is, what I would suggest is: have a read of the Powerpoint about Anne Frank, see if you can understand how she felt, and then write a diary entry of your own about what you have been up to since you have been off school. There are some writing targets on the Home Learning page for you to try and hit. But overall, if you can write a diary entry about your time off school and what you've been up to, that would be great! For the IPC, again, have a read through the Powerpoint and then write a couple of sentences about each of Henry VIII's wives and what happened to them (Eg. Catherine of Aragon was the first of Henry VIII's wives, marrying when he was 17 and she was 23. However, after 16 years of marriage, Henry VIII's decided he wanted to divorce Catherine of Aragon and instead, marry Anne Boleyn.) After you've written a short couple of sentences on each wife, I'd like you to have a go at drawing a portrait of one of Henry VIII's wives. I hope this makes sense Laraib!
Mar 30, 2020
Hi Oyi! Well done for completing all your work last week! Could you send me what you have done to email@example.com and I will put it on here! Thank you
5C's Good Work Wall!
Thank you to everyone who has sent me work. The best pieces will appear on here - our online working wall!
A huge thank you to Emily for sending me the work you've done in Week 1! I particularly love your comprehension answers on Odysseus and the Cyclops and your play script writing! Brilliant work!
A massive thank you too to Oyi for her superb SPaG and Marvellous Maths work this week. Your Maths work especially is set out brilliantly! Well done!
Emily has worked incredibly hard over the last two weeks! Her great work this week is R.E. As you can see, Emily has answered her comprehension questions using evidence from the text, and then drawn a picture to support the story of Palm Sunday. Well Done!
Emily has also completed some incredible IPC work! She has found out what became of each of Henry VIII's wives before drawing a superb portrait of Catherine Parr! If that wasn't enough, Emily then went to her Home Learning pack and completed some SPaG work and a Multiplication Wheel! Amazing!
A huge thank you to Ini too. She has completed some excellent work from her Home Learning Pack everyone went home with before school closed! Super work Ini!
Emily has continued her incredible high standard of work. She has completed her Guided Reading work using full sentences and using evidence from the text. I'm so impressed! Well done!
A huge thank you and well done to Ini too, who has completed her Maths work this week on fractions of amounts. Super work!
It has been so nice to still receive work during the Easter Holidays! Kalib has been working superbly in his Home Learning Pack, while Ini and Emily have done some amazing SPaG and Maths respectively! Thank you to all three of you! Please continue to send me any work you complete. As always, any work you do, I will put it on here! The address is on the Home Learning page
Within a day of this week's work going online, Emily has already sent me two brilliant pieces of completed work. I have received her SPaG work on modal verbs and Guided Reading work on St George's Day. Well done Emily!
I also received a whole host of work from Presious this week! It is great to hear from you Presious. Thank you for completing and sending all of this work. I can see how hard you've been working! Well done!
Ini has also sent me some work. She has accessed the BBC Bitesize website and completed some work from their website. I love how you have used your prior knowledge to complete the Solar System activity, and you've also completed the activity on teamwork! Well done!
Presious has sent me another huge amount of work. I am so impressed with your portrait of one of King Henry VIII's wives. You have also completed some impressive SPaG and PSHE work! Well done!
I also received some lovely pictures from Emily this week. Away from working incredibly hard, she has been making cupcakes and looking after her pet Hamster, Dobby!
This week, I received some Maths work from Ini, who has understood adding and subtracting decimals perfectly! Well done Ini!
Ini and Emily have also completed some SPaG work on suffixes. Emily has even written some sentences including the words she has clarified. Brilliant work girls!
Emily has also completed her Guided Reading on VE Day this week, answering every question brilliantly, using full sentences and evidence from the text!
Finally, I received another big amount of work from Presious. It is great to see you have looked back through the weeks of work that has been set and picked some out to complete. Here, Presious has done French, SPaG, IPC, Guided Reading and a Diary entry about the current situation we are facing! Keep it up Presious!
This week, I have received some work from Presious, who has gone back through the home learning page to half term and completed the Maths, IPC and SPaG quizzes. It is great to see you have been able to recall on previous knowledge that you have learnt over the course of this year! Well done!
Emily has also sent me some more work this week. She has been able to identify the different parts of a flower in Science and given a definition for each part! Amazing!
Last but not least, Ini has sent me a whole host of work from the work set online and the home learning book. It's great to see so many of you keeping up your incredibly high standards of work at home. I'm really impressed!
This week, within a day of the work going online, I had some work sent back to me from Emily and Ini! Emily has completed this week's Science on the life cycle of a Chicken, while Ini has completed some SPaG and Maths work from this week's online learning! Well done to you both! I'm very impressed!
Emily then went on to complete her SPaG work this week, while Presious (2nd image) has also completed some Maths, Guided Reading and French! Well done girls!
During half term, I was still receiving some incredible work! Firstly, Emily sent me her Guided Reading on Florence Nightingale and her Maths using bus stop division with remainders! She then completed the PSHE challenge to research the price of seven products on four supermarket websites, giving her own opinion on what she found, which is amazing! Well done!
I also received some work from Presious, who also completed some Maths and Guided Reading, as well as the English work on David Walliams' Spoiled Brad. Brilliant work Presious, well done!
This week, I have been incredibly proud of the work Emily has sent me. Not only has she completed her SPaG and Maths work to a superb standard, she has taken the time to complete a case study on how another country deals with their plastic pollution. Emily has put together a fact file and even researched the Indian flag! I am so impressed Emily, well done!
I was absolutely blown away when I read this poem, sent to me by Emily. Using the BBC Bitesize website, Emily has written this poem about Coronavirus and the current situation we are all dealing with at the moment! This is an incredible piece of work - I am so proud of you!
Then, Emily completed this week's PSHE on Pride, as well as the SPaG work on rewriting sentences using the passive form of the verb! Amazing!
And if that wasn't enough, Emily then completed this week's English, researching Rosa Parks before drawing an incredible picture of her. I am so proud of you Emily! Well done!
Emily has been quick out of the blocks again this week, completing her SPaG, Guided Reading and Maths work! As always, these are super pieces of work Emily! Well done!
It's been great to have more work sent back to me this week! Firstly, Emily has completed the SPaG, Guided Reading and PSHE work set this week! Amazing!
Presious has also sent me some work from the previous weeks. It is great to see you continuing your hard work into the summer term. Well done!
Emily has worked incredibly hard again, completing her SPaG and Guided Reading work early this week. Well done!
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