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Year 5 Home Learning

Welcome to the Year 5 Home Learning Page!

It’s such a shame we can’t see you right now because we had to close the school for a while. We would really like to stay in touch with you and want you to keep working hard. Each week, on this page, you will find new learning activities for you to complete at home. Try and do as many as you can-we know you can do it! Also, don’t forget to look on the ‘Homework Websites’ page for lots more fun, learning websites.

Keep working hard, we are proud of you!

 

Mrs Broughton, Ms Wardle and Miss Kaphuka

The Year 5 Team

Home Learning w/c 29th June

Hello Year 5, 

Rather than tell you what we have been busy doing, we are going to focus on giving a ‘shout out’ to those who have sent work into school, either in person or via the e-mail address year5@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk.

'A massive well done to Sumeyya who handed in her work to school this week. It's been great to see all the hard work you've been doing whilst at home. It has also been great to receive emails with completed work from Oliwia, Zaynah and Faria this week. Simra, Michelle and Zaynah also sent in their wonderful DARE posters! Keep up the hard work girls! It would be great to see some work from the boys in 5K this week! If you have done anything to do with the DARE programme you can still send your work in to year5@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk please remember to include your name and class in all emails you send as we have received some emails with some fantastic work but we don't know who they belong to.'  Ms Kaphuka

 

Ms Wardle would like to give a big shout out to Tefani, Daniel and Ahmed who have done some amazing home learning this week. Well-done Tefani who has completed lots of home learning. She loved the video Daniel made performing the DARE song and pictures of his DARE booklet. Ahmed has been busy finding out about the Mayan gods and sent her the research he has been doing as well as lots of creative writing he has been doing. She would love to see more work from 5W and looks forward to reading your emails.

 

‘It was really lovely speaking to some of you this week.  I was blown away by Hassan’s eagerness to complete a subordinating conjunctions activity; it is super that you’re continuing to work hard.  It was also great to hear that Connor had been keeping himself busy with school work, including practising arithmetic and reading.  Keep it up!  I would love to hear from more of you. You can email me on year5@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk.  I’d especially love to receive your contributions to the DARE programme graduation page.  See last week’s web update for details. Hope to see you soon.’ 

Mrs Broughton

 

This week’s work is below.  Try to complete as much of it as you can.  Remember you can send messages and/or copies of your work to your teachers using year5@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk .

There are no new spellings, so there are none attached. Why not look back and revise words from previous weeks – they are still on the website.

 

Another activity you might like to do is the Black Lives Matter 500 words writing competition being organised by Virgin Radio https://500words.me/  Follow the link for the full details.

 

Bye for now.

DARE Graduation

Instead of topic work, we'd like you to focus on producing a piece for our DARE graduation.  This can be a poem, a rap, a video of you singing the DARE song or a poster about the key messages you have learnt.  Files of the words to the song, the music and the DARE booklet are attached under Home Learning w/c 22nd June.  E-mail your creations to us on year5@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk.  We have had some super entries, but would like even more!

Home Learning w/c 22nd June

Dear Year 5,

Below you will find teacher messages as well as this week’s work.  There is no topic work this week as we’d like you to finish off the DARE work and contribute to an online DARE graduation page.  More details are given below.

Remember you can e-mail us with your work or any questions about it on: year5@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk

 

Bye for now.

Mrs Broughton, Ms Wardle and Ms Kaphuka

DARE GRADUATION

 

Dear Year 5,

 

Due to the school closure, you were unable to finish the DARE programme in class.  So you don’t miss out, we have scanned the final pages of your DARE booklets to complete the activities at home – see below.

 

Also, you will probably remember that we were planning a Graduation ceremony and performance of the DARE song.  As we are unable to do this, we’d like to create an online graduation page.  To contribute to this, please make a poster, a video of your dance or rap or even a poem and submit it to us via email.  We will then add it to our DARE GRADUATION section to celebrate your important learning. Remember to make a special effort on this as we intend to publish your work online.

 

To remind you of the song and lyrics we have also attached links below as well as the scanned pages of the work booklet.

 

You will also receive certificates to show that you completed the programme.  These will either be sent home, or will be waiting for you when you return to school.

 

If you have not already completed feedback on the DARE programme, please do so by clicking here:   https://lifeskills-education.co.uk/resources/the-dare-primary-programme/dare-25-student-feedback-form/

DARE-25-song-with-lead-vocals-reduced-by-25-volume.mp3

Home Learning w/c 15th June

Hello again year 5!  Below you will find links to messages from your class teachers as well as work to do.  We'd love to hear from you and about what you've been doing.  You can contact us on: mailto:year5@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk

Fredi, from DARE, has been in touch with Ms Wardle and has asked for you to complete the online evaluation for the DARE programme  You can reach it by clicking on this link: https://lifeskills-education.co.uk/resources/the-dare-primary-programme/dare-25-student-feedback-form/   Look out for further news about DARE next week - we have a fun challenge for you!

It was good to see some of you complete research on the Maya.  This week's topic is all about Mayan gods.  There is a wordsearch too!

 

Home Learning w/c 8th June

Below you will find letters from your teachers and links to this week's work.

Also, you may be interested to check out the Wildlife Trusts' 30 Days Wild project.  For the children of keyworkers, we have started this project in school.  There are many wildlife-inspired ideas that you could do at home.  The ideas include collecting natural artefacts like feathers, twigs, seeds; making your own bird feeder or going on a mini beast hunt. 

https://action.wildlifetrusts.org/page/57739/petition/1

Remember you can get in touch via mailto:year5@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk to let us know what you've been doing to keep busy.  We'd love to hear from you.

Mrs Broughton, Ms Wardle and Miss Kaphuka

Topic work - The Maya

If we had been at school, we would have been learning about the ancient Mayan civilisation.  The Maya were a very interesting group of people.  Your task is to research as much information as you can about them

e.g.  where did they live?

when did they exist?

what did they invent?

what did they eat?

how did they count? (were there numbers the same as ours?)

When you have gathered the information, why not present it in a powerpoint or make a Mayan facts booklet or poster.  We'd love to see what you can find out. 

Home learning w/c 1st June

Here is this week's work for you to try as well as messages from your teachers.  Remember you can get in touch via mailto:year5@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk to let us know what you've been doing to keep busy.  We'd love to hear from you.

Mrs Broughton, Ms Wardle and Miss Kaphuka

 

Home learning w/c 25th May

Home Learning w/c 18th May

Hello again,

Below you’ll find messages from your teachers – did you send them a message or photos of your work?  If so they may have mentioned you in their update.  Take a look!

Remember you can now e-mail us, to show us what you’ve been doing.  Please include your name and class.       year5@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk

As well as your teacher messages, you’ll find a link to some activities to try as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.  This week’s curriculum work (with answers) is also listed.  Try to do as much as you can to keep your brains active and your learning going.  Don’t forget to practise your spellings and times tables too!

We hope to see you all again soon.  In the meantime, keep busy and stay safe.

Mrs Broughton

Home Learning w/c 11th May

Hi again,

Did you see the new staff video on the main Year Group page?  Check it out!  We had fun making it and a huge thanks to Ms Wardle forputting it all together.

 

Below you’ll find messages from your teachers – did you send them a message or photos of your work?  If so they may have mentioned you in their update.  Take a look!

Remember you can now e-mail us, to show us what you’ve been doing.  Please include your name and class.

year5@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk               or

year6@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk

In addition to your teacher messages, you’ll find links to this week’s work.  Try to do as much as you can to keep your brains ticking over.   Don’t forget to practise your spellings too!

We hope to see you all again soon.  In the meantime, keep busy and stay safe.

Mrs Broughton

Home Learning w/c 4th May

Hello everyone,

Here’s this week’s website update.  As usual, there are messages from your teachers and work for you to do.

I’m excited to tell you about how you can contact your teachers to tell them about and show them what you have been doing.  You can now e-mail us on:

year5@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk               or

year6@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk

 

Remember to put your name and class in your e-mail so you can reach your teacher more easily. We look forward to hearing from you.

We hope to see you all again soon.  In the meantime, keep busy and stay safe.

Mrs Broughton

More learning opportunities…

This week’s work contains spellings and an arithmetic paper as usual. However, as a change, we’d like you to look at the BBC’s Bitesize daily lessons for a whole host of activities to keep you busy.  Since 20th April, they have published a set of lessons for every school day.  Each day there is an English, a maths and another lesson for other parts of the curriculum e.g. history, geography, science.  Lessons are published by year group, but there is no reason you have to stick just to year 5. 

Have a look and see what you’d like to learn about: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

If there is a lesson which you particularly enjoyed, please get in touch and recommend it to your classmates: year5@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk  Also, if any of you wrote a story from last week’s work, why not send it in to us? We’d love to read it.

Home Learning w/c 27th April

Well here we are at the beginning of another week.  What a lovely sunny week it has been!  I hope you have been able to make the most of the sunshine by spending some time outdoors.

This week's update includes:

  • Teacher messages and photos of what they've been up to.
  • Home learning activities
  • Message from the Lord-Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire
  • Links to ideas to keep you busy and to keep your learning going

Mr Staiger has recorded some assemblies for you.  They can be found under Children/Whole School Gallery.  You will find one from last week and another being uploaded today.

We have also had a letter from the Lord-Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire to thank all of you for the hard work and commitment to learning that you’ve shown while learning from home.  His letter and a certificate for you are attached; you might want to print your certificate at home if you can.

Finally, please remember to put your name and class in your e-mail if you contact us on info@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk about the work you've been doing.

Other useful links - keep checking back here as more will be added.  Also read the teacher messages for years 5 and 6 for some extra links:

home.oxfordowl.co.uk
This site includes free e-books, as well as ideas to support maths and English. 
 
https://www.andbeyond.com/bringing-africa-home/wildwatch-live/
If you have an interest in wildlife, then this may be the link for you. It has live streams of safaris in various game reserves. Take a look. 

 

https://www.rspb.org.uk/fun-and-learning/for-families/family-wild-challenge/activities/feed-the-birds/

 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-5/

Day by day lessons for Maths, English and other curriculum areas.

 

litfilmfest.com are starting a writing project using both their website and YouTube. 

https://litfilmfest.com/home-learning/

 

Dyson have set up 22 DT/Science challenges you can do at home

https://www.jamesdysonfoundation.com/resources/challenge-cards.html

 

BBC Bitesize have created a number of daily lessons for each age group.  There are also programmes on the iPlayer to support learning.  Search for Bitesize on the iPlayer and you'll find them.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

 

TES have produced home learning packs for all key stages.  Take a look at:

www.tes.com

 

Home Learning w/c 20th April

Hello everyone, we hope you had a good Easter and didn't eat too many chocolate eggs!

 

This week's update includes:

  • Teacher messages and photos of what they've been up to.
  • Home learning activities
  • Links to ideas to keep you busy and to keep your learning going

 

Further links to activities suitable for several year groups can be found under Whole School Home Learning.  You could even learn Makaton sign language with Miss Maltby; take a look.

Finally, please remember to put your name and class in your e-mail if you contact us on info@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk about the work you've been doing.

Topic:

Read the information on the Life Cycle of A Plant powerpoint.  Find out about the different stages and then have a go at writing or drawing how it all works.  Instead, you could try explaining the process to someone else at home.

 

Can you also find answers to the following questions:

1.  What role do bees play in flowering plant life cycles?

2.  How do flowers attract bees?

3.  Where are seeds made?

4.  How are seeds spread (dispersed)?

More butterfly pictures:

Thank you to Mrs Sheil for taking them.

Picture 1
Picture 2 Where's Wally? Can you spot the butterfly?
Picture 3
Picture 4
Picture 5
Picture 6

Easter Competition entries:

What a fantastic start! Can't wait to see everyone else's super creations. 

Picture 1
Picture 2

Home Learning w/c 6th April 2020

Hello year 5,

Below is a message from teachers, who are missing you very much, news about our Easter 'competition', links to some fun ideas and some homework if you want to keep your learning going over the Easter period.

 

Easter 'Competition'

Although we're not in school, we'd still like our Easter 'competitions' to go ahead. However, this year they will just be for fun. 

You can create an Easter bonnet, Easter scene or decorate an egg using whatever you have available at home - remember, don't go shopping; stay safe!

You can send us photos of your Easter creations to info@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk

As all photographs will be uploaded to the website, only include yourself in the picture if your parents are happy for you to be shown.  Make sure your name and class are included in the email; your name will not be put on the website. 

Have fun!

 

Hello 5K,

I hope you are all doing well and are keeping safe! I miss seeing your wonderful smiley faces every morning, hearing your funny stories and seeing some of the fantastic artwork that you do at home.

Keep working hard on the work set weekly. Make sure you are all reading your books, practising your spellings and doing some of the challenges on the website. Also, try and make sure you do some form of exercise each day. I have been doing PE with Joe Wicks on YouTube every morning and its been really good fun!

Just a quick reminder, if you gave me your parents email address for Get Epic Reading, make sure you speak to your parents to check their junk folder in their email accounts just in case the Epic link was accidentally sent there. Its lovely to see some of you have been on and are reading lots of books. 

Take care and continue being superstars!  

Miss Kaphuka 🙂 

 

Hello 5W,
It has been very strange not seeing all of your smiley faces for a few weeks so I just wanted to say a great big hello and give each one of you a virtual big tens 🙌 for doing your home learning challenges and being a great support to your families. Keep checking the website for more things to do and have a good Easter holiday. Have fun, stay safe and remember to be kind.
Ms Wardle

 

Hello 5B,

How I am missing you all!  It's great to be able to keep in touch through the website and to say hello to you all.  I hope you have been able to keep yourselves busy.  I have taken the opportunity to tidy up my garden and have enjoyed doing some exercise following along with online routines.  It's also been good to have time to read and I look forward to hearing which fabulous books you have read when we get back to school.  Did you see the photos I posted of our caterpillars and butterflies?  They might be visiting your garden or back yard by now, so keep an eye out for them.  Until I message you again, look after yourselves and your families and stay safe.  You could also take a look at some of the links and activities that will be posted on here.

Mrs Broughton

Easter Home Learning if you'd like to do some:

Links to other fun activities:

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/      David Walliams is posting readings of some of his books.

 

http://harrypotterathome.com       Done in collaboration with Scholastic and Bloomsbury, the digital platform grants children access to the magic of Hogwarts while "casting a Banishing Charm on boredom" with articles, quizzes, puzzles, craft videos and more.

 

http://www.robbiddulph.com/draw-with-rob     Want to learn how to draw?  Rob Biddulph, a book illustrator, shows you how.

 

Home Learning w/c 30th March 2020

Hello Year 5.  Here is your home learning for this week:

Spellings:
Reading:

Maths:

Topic - Life Cycles

Here are photos of our school butterflies in their various stages of development. 

Your task is to research the life cycle of a butterfly and create an illustrated explanation of how it all works.

31.03.20  A butterfly has emerged from its chrysalis.  Find the new photo in the slideshow.

Year 5 Curriculum Overview 2019-20

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