Class Teacher: Mr Burns
Support Staff: Miss Morrison
Email: [email protected]
We hope you enjoy looking at our class page. We will update this regularly throughout the year with photographs of what we have been doing and also with key information which you may find useful. If you have any questions, please contact the class teacher who will be able to help.
The children have each been provided with a reading journal. We kindly request that you hear your child read 3 or more times each week and then sign their journal. Regular reading will also mean the children can earn extra pink slips!
Please remember that P.E. kits are required for Tuesdays and Swimming kits will be required for Thursday Mornings.
Week beginning 28/02/2022
In Maths this week we have been learning about fractions and equivalent fractions.
Try the links below.
This week we continued our learning about discussion text by learning how to use logical conjunctions and modal verbs in discussion texts.
Week beginning 31/1/2022
This week the class performed the Shakespeare play Macbeth at Leeds Playhouse. All gave an incredible performance!
Here are some pictures from the rehearsal.
If you wish to buy photos of the event, please click on the link below.
In Maths this week we have been learning how to divide 3 and 4 by 1 digit numbers.
Week beginning 24/01/2022
This week in Maths we learned how to multiply 2 by 4 digit numbers. Try the links below.
This week we completed our Non-Chronological reports and edited and improved. Try the Power point below to see what we look at improving in our writing.
We continued reading our book Journey to Jo' burg and answering questions. We also studied how Apartheid impacted the lifestyle during this time.
We have been practising our Macbeth in preparation for our performance next week. If your have purchased your tickets yet, Please press on the link below.
Week beginning 17/01/2022
Here is the link for the ticket website if you need to get tickets for the Macbeth Performance on the 1st of February.
In Maths this week, we have continued our learning of Multiplication and moved onto 2 by 3 digit and 2 by 4 digit numbers.
This week in English, we have started to write our Non-Chronological report about the Anglo-Saxons. We are using the skills that we have been learning in our Grammar lessons to use in our writing, including; Conjunctions, Fronted Adverbials, Subordinate Clauses and Parenthesis. Below are some links about Nob-Chronological reports and some examples to look at.
We have continued reading Journey to Jo'burg and answering some questions using the skills of Author's intent, Inference, Retrieval, Summarising and Retrieval. try some of the links below .
We completed our forces project and wrote up our evaluations. Below are a couple of the models.
Week beginning 10/1/2022
This week in Maths, we have been learning how to multiply 2 by 2 digit numbers using area models. We then moved onto abstract models. Here are some examples.
Try some of the link activities below.
This week in English, we have been learning how to use Parentheses, Conjunctions and subordinate clauses. Also we did some research about the Anglo-Saxons. Click on the tasks below.
In Guided reading, we have continued our text of Journey to Jo'burg and answering questions on the text. Here is a link to the story being read.
This week the children built their gear and pully mechanisms. Here is Patryk's model in action!
Week beginning 3/01;2022
In Maths this week we have been learning how to multiply 1 by 2 and 3 digit numbers pictorially, contract and abstract.
In English this week, we have been exploring the features of a non-Chronological report. Try the activities below to learn more.
In guided reading this week we have started our new book journey
to Jo'burg by Beverley Naidoo.
Watch the video of the first chapter on the right.
We have been rehearsing our Shakespeare play, Macbeth, for Leeds Playhouse on the 1st of February.
This week in Science we have been investigating levers and Pullys.
Week beginning 18/10/2021
This has been our wonders of the world world. In Year 5 our wonder of the world was Paricutin.
We answered 4 by 4 digit addition questions about different measurements in Paricutin.
We wrote persuasive letters to farmers, who lived in Paricutin in the early 1940's persuading trying to persuade them why they should leave.
We answered different types of questions about a fact file on the location.
We used acrylic paints and different marbling techniques, to create abstract paints of magma and volcanos.
We created models to show how the tectonic plates contribute towards creating volcanos and some of their names and locations. Below is a link to show how these work.
Week beginning 11/10/2021
In Maths this week we began our new topic of addition of 3 and 4 digit numbers.
Here is a link to look at below.
In English this week, we continued our writing towards a newspaper report and learned about using inverted commas, direct and indirect speech and using time adverbials.
Here are some activities to try below.
Week beginning 27/9/2021
This week in maths we have been looking at sequencing numbers to 1,000,000 and comparing numbers.
Below are some examples of games you could try to help with your learning.
In English this week, we completed our published diary entries. Here is our display and some examples of work.
Week beginning 20/09/2021
This week in Maths we have been learning how to write numbers in figures and words. we also learnt how to show numbers in a variety of forms including, Part-whole model, Bar models, Number line and by using counters.
Here are some examples.
Bar model Part whole model Counters
Try using the place value counters below
This week we started writing and publishing our diary entries based on chapter 3 from Danny the Champion of the World. We used time adverbials, expanded noun phrases and emotive vocabulary.
Week beginning 13/9/2021
In Maths this week we learnt how to round to nearest 10, 100 and 1000.
We learnt that depending where the digits 1,2,3,4 are then number will round down to the nearest 10, 100 and 1,000 and that if there is a 5, 6, 7, 8,or 9 then the number will round up to the nearest 10, 100 or 1000.
For instance if the number is 154 then the closest 10 is 150 as there is a 4 in the Ones column 154.
However, if I round the same number to the closest 100 then I look at the Tens column (154). The digit is a 5 so it rounds up to the next 100 of 200.
If I round 1,356 to the closest 1,000 then I look at the Hundreds (1,356). There are 3 hundreds, so the number rounds down to 1,000.
Here is a link to a game that you could try.
I noticed how much the class like to play Multiplication and Division Bingo. so I have included it on our page too!
This week in English we have continued looking at the features of a diary while using our writing Stimuli of Danny the Champion of the World. We also learnt how to structure an expanded noun phrase to create sentences. Below is an activity to try
Here is a short video that shows how expanded involving expanded noun phrases.
noun phrases work.
Below are some of the sentence washing lines that we created.
The class had their first session at Armley Leisure Centre this week. It was good to see how many of the children realised that they were better than they believed they were!
Week beginning 6/9/2021
This week in Maths we have been learning about Place Value and numbers to 10,000. The class created their own number animals. Can you work out their value?
This week in English we have begun to identify the genre of a diary and label them by their features. Here are some examples of our learning.
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