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Welcome to London Bridge Class. It is full steam ahead with our learning!

Our Year 5 team are as follows:

Mr Jalloh - Class Teacher

Mrs Thambiayah - Class teaching assistant

Mrs Forde - PPA Teacher

 

Easter Holidays?!

April 3, 2020

Here arrives your Easter Holidays Homework (even though it doesn’t feel like it). The homework sheet is quite relaxed.

PDF: Sp2-Wk6-Easter-Homework   DOC:Sp2-Wk6-Easter-Homework

The main task is to complete any unfinished tasks from the last 2 weeks. TasksOverview Last2Weeks  Please you this list with an overview of all tasks to track what you have done and what you still need to do. Respecting your holidays, this class-blog will only be updated on the 19th April again. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us via email or Class-Dojo.

Maths: Visit the brilliant White-Rose website and complete the home-learning activities (maybe one or two lessons per day as they only take a few minutes) – https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/.

  • Use this sheet to keep track of the tasks you have done: WhiteRoseHomeLearning-RecordSheet DOC

  • If the questions are a bit tricky, by all means, please also visit tasks/lessons from the other year-groups.

Also, if you are very keen on more work, please have a look at these booklets from Primary Education (Prim-Ed_Publishing_Y5_P6_Parent_Pack usually paid for) and the Plazoom project on Alice in Wonderland (KS2 Alice in Wonderland home learning pack). Another optional activity is that the children can continue working on the TTS (My_Activity_Book_Yrs_7_11).

It’s World Autism Awareness Day!

April 2, 2020

Today is World Autism Awareness Day!

We all know someone who is on the Autistic Spectrum. What can we do to understand and support a friend, a colleague, a relative who has autism? The most helpful thing we can do is to understand what autism is and how it can affect people.

Watch the animation video to find out key aspects of Autism. What can you take from that?

Then watch the second video which contains lots of practical tips. What tips would you put into practice to support someone with autism in your class, family, place of work, neighbourhood?

Understanding is the first step to acceptance. As we say at Howard Primary School : we are all different, we are all equal!

If you have any questions, please get in touch : sdalziopolling.306@lgflmail.org

Many thanks

Mrs Pollington