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   Welcome To The New School Year

  2020 - 2021 in Class 5E.

Our classroom is set out a little differently and we've had to get used to lots of new routines, but we're already settled and working very hard!

Some Useful Reminders:

                                                                       

P.E - Thursday - come to school wearing your PE Kit.

PE kit is a plain white t-shirt; plain, dark leggings, jogging bottoms or shorts; sweatshirt, hooded top, fleece (as plain as possible) and trainers. 

Homework: Maths - given on Fridays, due in the followingThursday.

                             English - given on Tuesdays, due in the following Monday.

Signed times tables & spelling books due in  - Friday.

Signed Reading Records - Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Please bring your reading book into school every day.

 

Home Learning From September 2020

If you are self-isolating and so learning at home, please scroll down the page to find our 'Home Learning' section.

 

Home Learning

Please find below the weekly Home Learning Grids for Year 5 and the associated video links, powerpoint presentations and worksheets etc. that you will need to complete your work at home. Please open up a Google document to record your work and share it with me when you have completed each task so that I can mark your work. If it's not appropriate to work in Google (it might be tricky to use this way of recording for Maths calculations, for example) or you're unable to do this, please send me a photograph of the work you have done on paper when you've finished it. You can share things with me or email them via Google. Please ask your parents to email school (or me) if you have forgotten your Google log-in.

My GMail address is: mrs.evans@aldwynprimary.org.uk

Mrs. Evans

 

                              Year 2019 - 2020.

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Please make sure that you check your Google Account -  your end of year report was sent to you on Thursday (16th July). If you haven't messaged me yet (or for a while) please could you send me a message to let me know how you are doing? I'm missing you all! heart

Mrs Evans

Please scroll down to the 'Home Learning Grid' area              below to find the latest activity grid.

BBC Play Writing Competition: 'As You Write it ' - Your play on stage. Find out all the exciting details here:

On 25th June, the Government  updated their guidance for online education resources for home learning to include additional resources and new tips to help parents and carers with home education.

The list of resources can be found here:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-online-education-resources

 

Scarlet has made this amazing word art creation of our class. Can you find your name?

What has everyone in our class enjoyed doing whilst they’ve been at home?

Finn is a cup-cake maker extraordinaire!
Scarlet has enjoyed so many creative activities!
Rocco and Milo made tasty-looking pirate biscuits.
Lily has relaxed by spending time drawing.
Mrs. Evans enjoyed  VE Day in her front  garden.
Yasmin has made some great bookmarks.
Scarlet's 'Painted Lady'  butterfly project.
Phoenix made a 'Tornado in a Bottle'!
Jamie enjoyed listening to Prokofiev's music.

In school this week the children have been painting scenes of the storming of the Bastille:

 Look at how busy everyone has been:

Oliver R  and his Mum found a baby blue tit which had fallen out of its nest and was being attacked by some blackbirds (which are a lot bigger than blue tits). They managed to rescue the unfortunate chick and took it to a local animal sanctuary where it is being well looked after.  

Joey has been fishing with his Dad and learning lots of useful life skills as he’s been helping with digging work in the garden! He’s also been in charge of keeping everything well-watered on all those hot, sunny days.

Eleah has had a new addition to her family – a very tiny, cute and furry kitten that they’ve named Phoebe. She likes to watch everything that goes on from the window sills in the house.

George began the ‘lockdown’ by getting stuck into the ‘Lego Challenge’. He and his mum have enjoyed learning about was WW1 together, especially about life in the trenches. George had fun in a hot-tub in the garden for a special occasion too!

Dhilan has worked very hard to make sure that he’s an absolute Maths whizz while he’s been learning at home. He has also entered the Commonwealth Essay Writing Competition with a fantastic piece of writing about the environment, the effect of the global pandemic on our planet and looking ahead to the future too.

Riley has been keeping fit by going on lots of walks with his family and has also enjoyed cooking and baking at home too.

Amelia has enjoyed the sunny weather and has been for lots of lovely long walks with her family so that she can make the most of the outdoors.

Eddie has been keeping fit and has learnt lots of new football tricks.

Adan has enjoyed celebrating Eid with her family while we’ve been off school. It was a very different celebration this year, but she talked with family via facetime and she had lots of delicious food to eat. She’s also enjoyed the sunshine and has read so many books!

Dylan has been learning a lot about food and making meals with his sister - he's now an expert at preparing delicious lunches for his family!

If you have a photograph or comment about what you've been doing at home that you'd like to be included on our class page, please email it to Mrs Evans.

Home Learning Grids

 

 

Please click the links below for the optional home learning activities. We recommend 2 activities per day.

Home Learning Grid Week 10 (8th June) - La France!

In order for families and staff to take a break over Whit, there will be no home learning grid posted on 25.5.20 or 01.6.20.

Children who remain at home after 8th June 2020 will continue to be able to access the school learning grids on the class pages of the school website. We would like to thank you for your continuous support in helping your child to learn from home. 

Please encourage your child to check their Gmail account for any messages from their teacher.

Calling all knitters!

If you have access to wool and needles, Mrs. Mottram has found some free patterns that will keep your fingers busy.

 

Visit https://www.jeangreenhowe.com/ for some lovely little patterns of food items and toys that are made from rectangles of knit stitch (garter stitch) and others using knit a row, purl a row (stocking stitch).

 

Visit https://knittingbypost.com/  for a selection of free patterns, mainly using stocking stitch, which include hearts, rainbows and some small animals.

For those needing help to cast on or cast/bind off, there are some slow motion tutorials at  https://www.youtube.com/user/knittingtipsbyjudy 

This channel also has tutorials on increasing and decreasing stitches if anyone needs a reminder.

Week 6 Home Learning Activities

Here are the resources from our Week 6 Home Learning Grid. There is no requirement to use a printer as activities can be completed in workbooks.

In addition, it is Year 5's turn to have keyboard lessons with Mrs.Smethurst and she has sent through some great tasks to be completed at home. These have also been added below.

Below are the resources from our Week 5 Home Learning Grid. If your child wishes to complete the St. George Mosaic Maths colouring, this will require a printer, however all other activities can be written up in your child's 'Working From Home Book' instead.

Week 4 Home Learning Activities

A message regarding Parents' Evening:

For any parents who had an appointment for the second Parents' Evening on 25th March, please check your child's Gmail account for an update on your child's progress in English and Maths this term. Thank you.

Week 1 Home Learning Activities

Welcome to our class page. We've made a great start to the year and are working really hard. We're especially enjoying our topic about Anglo Saxons and Vikings, reading the heroic sago of Beowulf who defeated the monster Grendel and writing our own stories.

We take our work seriously, but we have fun too!

Please follow the link below for a copy of the Y5 information letter for parents.

Class Elections.

Last week we held our class elections. We voted to elect our two Pupil Voice Representatives,and our Sports and Health Ambassadors. We are confident that they will all do a fantastic job representing our class and helping to develop ideas to make Aldwyn an even better place to learn.

Pupil Voice Representatives: Scarlet Thorpe and Yasmin Mirza

Health Ambassador: George Cosgrove

Sports Ambassador: Rocco Zeolla.

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