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Hobletts Manor Junior School

Hobletts Manor Junior School

Learning and Achieving Together

Sapphire

Welcome to Year 5 and Team Sapphire

Your Classteacher is Ms Ellis.

Your Teaching Assistant is Miss Allwork.

 

Well done Team Sapphire for completing the first full week of the term. I hope that you are all now getting used to the early starts to the day!

This week we have been learning about number and place value in Maths and exploring the features of mystery stories in English through the book Watertower. In Science we began our topic on Changes of Materials and revisited our previous learning about solids, liquids and gases.

Next week, in English, we will continue to explore the features of mystery stories through our new book The Boy in the Tower. In Maths, we will be continuing our work on number, focusing on rounding numbers up to a million!

 

Stars of the Week: Friday 11th September 2020

Writing: Kai

Maths: Rocky

Home Learning: N/A

Curriculum: Sophie

Values: Ava for being a great learning partner and a super member of Team Sapphire

 

This week’s Home Learning: Peaceful Problem Solving

Pick one of the problems and, using the Ready Steady script, Talk through the problem with the people involved, advising them on the way forward towards a peaceful solution. Be as creative and as colourful as you like. You could draw a cartoon strip, write a script or act out a scenario, taking photos and stick them into your book.

Reading

Continue to read every day and remember to record in your Reading Record Book.

 

Termly Home Learning project: 

Your home learning this term is to research Invaders and the Anglo Saxons

You might like to find out a little more  about:

  • Why Britain was invaded
  • Who the Anglo Saxons were
  • How Britain changed under the Anglo Saxon's rule
  • Anglo Saxon life

You can present your research in any way you choose, for example a PowerPoint, a poster, a report, information leaflet, sewing etc.

https://www.ducksters.com/history/middle_ages/anglo_saxons.php   http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/saxons.htm

           https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/history/anglo-saxons/

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