London

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

 

Last week of January

January 26, 2020

We are looking at an exciting week ahead with Ranger Ross in on Thursday.

Last week’s homework:

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Next week, we will work through the following things:

Maths

  • Ordering fractions with related denominators.
  • Converting between improper and mixed-number fractions.
  • Ordering and comparing fractions with related denominators beyond one.
  • Adding fractions with related denominators.

English

With the help of our class-novel “Room 13” we will be …

  • Using a range of narrative and language devices to improve an innovated warning dream.
  • Using a storymap to orally innovate a warning dream.
  • Using a range of narrative and language devices to innovate a warning dream.
  • Using Success Criteria and feedback to edit and improve our writing/narration.
  • SPaG: Using hyphons.

Science

  • Exploring the influence of an object’s mass onto the depth it will immerge into water (gravity, up-thrust).

Others

  • Spanish: I can use Spanish to talk about my pets.
  • Geography: I can use my Geography glasses (incl. OS smybols and maps) to compare two locations.
  • ICT: I can apply my knowledge of programming to create a simple Scratch programme.

We will also be sharing our Myths from last week.

Week beginning 20th January 2020

January 19, 2020

Biting through the (today not so) grey January, here is the homework due on Wednesday for everyone whose dog has eaten the homework.

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Next week, we will work through the following things:

Maths

  • Solving mathematical problems involving multiplication and division.
  • Visualising and identifying fractions.
  • Identifying fractions as part of a whole.
  • Counting in fractions.
  • Comparing fractions with the same denominator.

English

With the help of our class-novel “Room 13” we will be …

  • Identifying and using suitable language devices to describe a dream (warning dream).
  • Using a storymap to orally retell a warning dream.
  • Using a range of narrative and language devices to retell a warning dream.
  • Using Success Criteria and feedback to edit and improve our writing/narration.
  • SPaG: Using apostrophes as markers for possession and contraction (incl. use in certain plural forms).

Science

  • Exploring the influence of an object’s shape onto water resistence.

Others

  • Spanish: I can say what pet I have and what its name is.
  • Geography: I can use OS smybols and maps to compare two locations.
  • PSHE: I can keep myself fit and healthy, but also encourage others to do the same (Connor will be back next week).
  • ICT: I can apply my knowledge of programming to create a simple Scratch programme.

We will also try to find the time and start sharing some of the Myths that you have researched as homework.

See you tomorrow.