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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 Class teacher is Ms Ellis.

Your Teaching Assistant is Miss Allwork.

 

This week, in maths, we used known times tables number facts to help us solve other mental calculations. In English, we read a short book called Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters, which is a traditional African tale, and compared it to the story of Cinderella. We looked at which features of traditional stories they had in common and how they were different.

 

Next week in maths we will be revising our division skills and in English we will be writing our own version of a traditional tale set in a different culture. We will develop our use of vocabulary and use a range of punctuation.

 

Stars of the Week: Thursday 26th November 2020

English: Ollie

Maths: Jack

Curriculum: Isla

Values (Respect): Charlie for always being respectful towards others.

Home Learning: Lucie

Star of the Week: Isla

 

Sapphire's Top Ten Rockstars!

1. Oliver

2. Kai

3. Joshua

4. Spencer

5. Mae

6. Ellen

7. Tamsin

8. Rocky

9. Sophie

10. Aminah

 

This week’s Home Learning:

Maths - Times Tables Rockstars

Reading - Continue to read 5 times a week or 7 times for the challenge. Make sure you record your reading in your Reading Record Book which you need to bring in each Friday

                                                       

This week's Optional Home Learning:

 

Marvellous Me – Get your creative, artistic hats on - it’s time to design a new badge for Marvellous Me! We would like you to design a Christmas badge to add to our collection of badges on Marvellous Me. Make it as clear but colourful as you can. Enjoy!

 

 

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/

Optional Maths Home Learning

Year 3/4 and 5/6 Key Word Spellings

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