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Year 5 Home Learning Summer 2020

Hello Atlanta class! Hope you are keeping well and safe. The teachers at Jubilee have been working hard to make sure you can still keep learning at home. Check this page as I’ll be uploading activities that I want you to complete at home. I’m so proud of your work and resilience in this difficult time.

 

You could have your work featured on our gallery! If you would like to send us pictures of your wonderful projects, or have any questions, please contact us on year5and6jubileeteachers@gmail.com

BBC Bitesize

Facts and Figures

Home Learning w/c 13.7.20 (Final Week)

 

Helloooooooooooo Atlanta classheart WE MADE ITyes

Good morning and I hope you are all excited just as I amsmiley because officially, this is our last online schooling before we break up for the 6 weeks Summer breakcool Wow!!! it's been absolutely a roller coaster journey this year. But as usual, we give God the glory for everything that happened along the journey. We thank God for the gift of life. 

Take good care of yourself during the Summer break. Don't forget to always take time out for a break after studying for a while.

Remember, be happy, be healthy and stay safe.

I can't wait to see you all in September by God's grace when school reopens. Till  then: addio, au revoir, adios, auf wiedersehen, do widzenia, viszontlatasra, zaijian,

gule gule, Khuda Hafiz, o dabo, GOODBYEheartheartheart

Monday - English, Maths and Foundation Subject

Maths

Skill: To convert between pounds and kilograms.

In the penultimate lesson of this unit we are going to investigate the difference between imperial pounds and metric kilograms. As with our exploration of miles and kilometres, we are going to use approximate conversions to solve problems.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-convert-between-pounds-and-kilograms

PSHE:

Below is an interactive lesson on Black Lives Matter!

George Floyd: our catalyst for change

In today's lesson, we will be building on the wonderful work that has taken place on Black Lives Matter by using the ultimate tragedy of George Floyd’s death to drive change nationally. As Deputy PM, you will lead this via contributing to a ‘Fund it’ page, create a billboard and a slogan to raise awareness of the issue of bias.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/george-floydour-catalyst-for-change-1bb99e

Wednesday - Maths and Foundation Subject

Maths

Skill: To apply measures and conversions in context.

In the last lesson of this unit, we are going to apply all the work that we have done on length over the past 9 lessons. We are going to explore Leonardo Da Vinci’s famous Vitruvian Man, the maths that it holds within it and apply that to our own bodies.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-apply-measures-and-conversions-in-context

Friday – English and Science

Home Learning w/c 6.7.20

 

Good morning Atlanta classheart

Hope you are keeping safe and looking forward to another brilliant week. Although it promises to be sunny and a bit wet this week. Never too worry! I'm sure you will be fine as usual. Make sure you have enough time to relax (as most of you have been working really hard for the past weeks sending me your online work. I'm really proud of you. Keep it up!) and enjoy the sunshine as it comes. Get active with extra curricular activities and take a walk around with your parents - just admire the work of naturecool 

Reka sent in some pictures from Hungary as she is enjoying the beautiful sunshine over thereheart

 

Certificate of the week

Monday - English, Maths and Foundation Subject

Maths: Below are interactive lessons on conversion.

Skill: To convert between grams and kilograms.

In our seventh lesson of this unit, we will be focusing on converting between grams and kilograms. We will start the lesson with a focus on how and why we measure in grams in kilograms, before moving onto converting between grams and kilograms and then finishing with how to read scales in which not all numbers are shown.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-convert-between-grams-and-kilograms

Wednesday - Maths and Foundation Subject

PSHE: Below is an interactive lesson on Black Lives Matter!

In today's lesson, we visit a key topic of Black Lives Matter given the recent case of George Floyd. The lesson is around creating hope for the future – a future that is not based on the colour of someone's skin but the content of their character. A national push for an Oak Tree of Hope will be shared, where we all share a hope using #Iamhopefulfor and attach it to a tree as a symbol of the diversity of our society.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/black-lives-matter-a0b08e/activities/1

 

        

Maths:

Skill: To apply measures and conversions in context.

In the last lesson of this unit, we are going to apply all the work that we have done on length over the past 9 lessons. We are going to explore Leonardo da Vinci’s famous Vitruvian Man, the maths that it holds within it and apply that to our own bodies.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-apply-measures-and-conversions-in-context

Friday - English and Science

Floating and sinking!!! What happens to egg in salty water and egg in plain water?

Joe
Pania
Reka

Home Learning w/c 29.6.20

Hello Atlanta classheart

Good morning! I hope you had a restful weekend. Last week was such a glorious sunny week but this week promises to be wet and a bit sunny. So keep safe, keep working hard and never give up on your dreams. It's okay to not know, but it's not okay to not try. Always give it your 100% abilities and show the best version of yourself.

Remember, YOU ARE AMAZING, YOU ARE BRAVE AND YOU ARE STRONG!!!

The good news is that, soon, the sun will smile on us again and we will be back to school safe and sound. Keep sending in your work and a million thank you to those who have been consistent in doing that.

Don't forget, Mrs Umoren is always here for you, to celebrate your successes and give you a boost to achieving your dreamsheart

Certificates of the week

PE - Let's get fit with Zumba dance - 'Kukere' by Iyanya. Follow the link below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uJt1OFi_w8

 

Monday - English, Maths and Foundation Subject

Picture play

Tinu

Maths: Below are interactive lessons on conversion.

To find the perimeter and convert units of measurements.

In lesson 5 of our unit on converting measurements, we will be combining our knowledge of perimeter and converting units to find the perimeter of rectilinear shapes.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-find-the-perimeter-and-convert-units-of-measurements

Wednesday - Maths and Foundation Subject

Maths -To convert miles and kilometres.

This is the sixth lesson on our unit of conversion. In this lesson we explore the difference between imperial and metric units. This lesson will focus on converting between miles and kilometres – a real life skill that you will use for the rest of your life.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-convert-miles-and-kilometres

Music: Singing in harmony

In this lesson, we will learn about harmony and then learn a new song written by an A-level Music student.

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/singing-in-harmony/activities/1

Friday - English and Science

Dear Diary...

Tinu

Floating Island designed by:

Joe
Reka

Why do people wear lighter clothes in Summer?

Pania

Home Learning w/c 22.6.20

Helloooooo Atlanta classheart

A beautiful morning to you all. I hope you are well and safe. Thank you all for the beautiful works you sent in last week. They kept me busy and I love them!!! Keep striving for excellent not perfection. WELL DONEyes

 

"My goal is not to be better than anyone else, but to be better than I used to be".

- Dr Wayne W. DYER. 

 

For this week's challenge, I want you to study an artist called Wassily Kandinsky.

Click on this link: https://www.ducksters.com/biography/artists/wassily_kandinsky.php

 

Kandinsky was one of the founding fathers of Abstract Art. He used shapes and colours to express feelings. Here are some of his works:

        

 

                               
Can you use shapes and colour to create your own abstract art/painting?

 

Abstract paintings

Happy
Happy
Certificates of the week

PSHE: This week, I want us to refocus on our well-being; keeping safe and healthy. Here’s a short video that can help you do that. Follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvGmRvRn4iE

                    

                     

Monday - English, Maths and Foundation Subject

Poetry collection

Joe
Pania
Akram
Akram
Happy
LilyMay
LilyMay
Pania
Tinu
Tinu
Tinu
Tinu
Tinu
Gilles

Music:

Below is an interactive lesson on pulse and rhythm in music.

In this lesson, we will sing and clap to the pulse and rhythm of a variety of different musical examples.

Follow the link below:

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-identify-pulse-and-rhythm-in-music

Maths:

Below are interactive lessons on converting between units of length.

In lesson 3 of our unit on converting measures, we are going to focus on converting between units of length. We will start with a revision of conversion facts between millimetres, centimetres, metres and kilometres. Using these facts, we will apply these to some real life problems around the Olympics. We will also bring in non-standard units thinking about how many laps different track races at the Olympics are. Follow this link:

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-convert-between-units-of-length

Wednesday - Maths and Foundation Subject

Creativity with volcanoes

Pania
Pania
Pania
Reka
Reka
Reka
Reka
Reka
Reka

Maths:

To apply length conversions to problems.

In the fourth lesson of this unit, we will continue to look at length. We will apply everything we have learnt about length so far and apply it to some example of real-life problems. By the end of this lesson, you will be able to convert different units of length so that you can spot errors and solve logistical problems. Follow the link below:

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-apply-length-conversions-to-problems

Friday - English and Science

Does an orange float or sink?

Joe
Joe

Home Learning w/c 15.6.20

Hello Atlanta classheart

A beautiful gorgeous morning to you all. Hope you had a fantastic restful weekend. I was absolutely delighted to speak to everyone last week through the phone calls. It brought back the good memories we had together in school before the lock down. I'm glad that everyone sounded good and healthy over the phone. But...I miss you all and really looking forward to seeing you soon. However...I think that might be when you're in year 6. Who knows? It might be soon. Fingers crosswink

Thank you sooooooooooo much for my birthday wishes and cards. I truly appreciated them. I owe you my birthday goody goodiesheart

Thanks for sending me your works. It shows everyone is studious and working really hard. Well done and keep it upyes

 

Check out Christian's beautiful painting and Tinu's ice overflow experiment below. 

WELL DONE GUYSyes

 

For this week's challenge, I want you to design and make anything of your choice from recyclable materials.

When designing a product, whether on paper or digitally using computer aided design (CAD) software, there are several different design skills you can utilise.

Follow this link to learn the basics of design skills. Let’s see what you can come up with.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zdp9d6f

 

DON'T FORGET TO SEND ME PICTURES OR VIDEO OF YOUR DESIGNED PRODUCT FROM START TO FINISH.

ATLANTA'S GOT TALENTS. Check out our collection of creativities- reusing materials to make new products.

Happy's jewellery box
Reka's jewellery shop
Certificates of the week

PE - Let’s flex those muscles and get the brain more active with this Afrobeats Dance workout

                                        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyKNPPQW3bM

                                                                   

Monday - English, Maths and Foundation Subject

River sketches
Reka
Joe
Pania
Akram
Michelle
Elizabeth
Tinu
Gilles

Maths: To convert between seconds, minutes and hours

In this lesson we are starting a new unit of work on converting measurements. We will start with a revision of time facts. As the lesson develops, we will hone our skills of converting between seconds, minutes and hours and by the end of this lesson, you will be solving time-related problems on a blank numberline whilst also converting units of time. Click on the link below:

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-convert-between-seconds-minutes-and-hours/

Wednesday - Maths and Foundation Subject

Layers of the Earth.
Reka
Reka
Pania
Pania
Tinu
Tinu
LilyMay
LilyMay

MATHS:To solve problems involving converting between hours and minutes

In lesson 2 of our unit on converting measures, we will be deepening our understanding by solving time problems and representing them using bar models. We will work through several problems together which will increase in difficulty. By the end of this lesson, you will have explored the underlying structures which help us convert units of time and solve problems. Click on the link below:

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-solve-problems-involving-converting-between-hours-and-minutes/

Friday - English and Science

Home Learning w/c 08.06.20

Hello Atlanta classheart

A very good morning to you all. Hope you are well. It was nice to receive work from some people for the first time, WELL DONE! For those of you who have been very consistent in sending me your work, don't worry, you've got a surprise package from MRS UMORENyes Keep it up everyone of you and keep sending them in. I love reading from you and sharing your work on the class page or the gallery. Don't forget to send in pictures or video of your experiment.

 

Guess what! Today, Monday 8th is my birthday and I look forward to spending the day with my family and thinking of you because I would have spent part of the day with you if school was in session. But don't worry, I'll bring in your cakes once we reopensheart

I wish you all a very wonderful week as I look forward to reading your work!

Don't forget to always take a break to refresh your brain.

For this week's challenge, I'll like you to share with me any extracurricular activities you've done or you are doing outside school work. Good luck!!

 

Christian painting the garden's benches as extra curricular activity to beautify their garden.

PE - Let's get down with this 20 minutes workout. Click on this link to join in:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzx-d1Z2bLY

 

 

Monday - English, Maths and Foundation Subject

Maths:

Below are interactive lessons on position and co-ordinates.

Describing position after translation:

In today’s lesson, we will be translating more than one co-ordinate across a grid with negative numbers (Lesson 5).

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/describe-position-after-translation-87505b/

Wednesday - Maths and Foundation Subject

Volcanoes

Reka
Joe
Gilles

Maths:

To identify and describe reflections:

In the sixth lesson of the unit, we will be learning about reflections. We will be understanding what mathematical reflections are and will learn what a line of reflection is. By the end of this lesson, you will be able to identify how a shape has been reflected (Lesson 6).

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-identify-and-describe-reflections/

Friday - English and Science

Tinu's ice overflow experiment.mp4

Still image for this video
Tinu's scientific explanation: Even though the ice cube melted the water doesn’t overflow. When the ice cube melts, the level of the water stays about the same.

Home Learning w/c 1.6.20

Good morning Atlanta classheart

Hope you had a restful half term break and ready to kick start the week with vibrant and energetic mindset. I'm looking forward to receiving your work.

For this week's challenge, I will like you to write a RECOUNT on your half term break.

Use the link below to recap on the features of a good recount writing.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z2yycdm/articles/zgfhcj6

 

 

PE - Let's start the day with this African dance workout.

Click on this link to join in:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0WPlga_nY8

Monday - English, Maths and Foundation Subject

Maths:

Below are interactive lessons on position and co-ordinates.

In this lesson, you will be building on the knowledge that you have acquired so far. Using the co-ordinates work you started in lesson 1 and the translation of shapes in lesson 2, you will be plotting, translating and re-plotting lines on a grid (Lesson 3). Follow the link. 

  https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/describing-positions-and-coordinates-year-5-wk1-3

Wednesday - Maths and Foundation Subject

Maths:

In this lesson, we will be looking at plotting co-ordinates on a grid with four quadrants. We will link this to our prior learning about translation by translating one coordinate in multiple ways and working out the coordinates. Follow the link:

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/describe-position-after-translation-year-5-wk1-4

Friday - English and Science

Optional Half-term Home Learning w/c 25.5.20

Good morning Atlanta classheart

Hope you enjoyed last week's weather and had the opportunity to play outside. It promises to be another glorious sunny days this week and guess what... it's half term breaksmiley 

This week's works are optional because it's half term break. You may decide to take a break this week just to chill out with your family or you may decide to get on with your learning. It's up to you what you want to do.

As usual, I've prepared some works for you to do.

Well done to all of you that sent me your works last week. They were absolutely brilliant. Keep it upyes

This week's challenge is on Art.

In this video clip, you will learn about how a famous Portuguese artist-Paula Rego uses her art work to tell stories, learn some basic artistic techniques and create your own artwork.

Follow this link to watch the videos and learn about some basic artistic techniques:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z47fvk7

Create your own artwork and don't forget to share your artwork with the rest of the children by sending it to me.

 

Certificate of the week

This week's achievement certificate goes to:

PE - Let's get down with this 30-minute-Hip Hop workout.

Click on this link to join in on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwkXyHjgoDM

                               

Monday - English, Maths and Foundation Subject

MATHS Below are interactive lessons on translation.

In this first unit, we are studying transformations.

Transformations are a way of changing the size or position of a shape. In today’s lesson, we will be exploring coordinates and translations. The lesson starts with a quiz, then a video and finally the independent task.

Click on the link below:

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/an-introduction-to-translation-year-5-wk1-1#

 

Wednesday - Maths and Foundation Subject

MATHS - Still on Translation. Click on the link below.

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/describing-translations-year-5-wk1-2

Friday - English and Science

Home Learning w/c 18.5.20

Good morning Atlanta classheart

It's another beautiful day and promises to be a sunny weekcool I hope you are still keeping safe and well.

Well done for sending me your work last week. They were absolutely superb and just to say I'm really proud of you. Keep it upyes

 

This week's challenge is on:

"RESILIENCE - Don't leave home without it. You were born with Bounce-Back Ability" - Ty Howard.

I want you to listen to the story read in this video clip on YouTube.

We love this story of resilience - fighting for what you believe in and being true to yourself no matter what.

Click on this link to listen to the story:

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kTVtML08CE

 

Imagine you’re Marcenia. Write a PERSUASIVE LETTER to your parents explaining why you should be allowed to play baseball and all the benefits that you can derive from it.

I can’t wait to read your persuasive letters. Remember to use your best handwriting and emotive language!

 

Persuasive letter

Gilles

Certificate of the week

This week's achievement certificate goes to:

PE- Let's get with mindfulness YOGA. Follow the link below. 

 

                        

                                 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X655B4ISakg&t=279s

Monday - English, Maths and Foundation Subject

Tinu's Biomes

Wednesday - Maths and Foundation Subject

STOP DEFORESTATION POSTERs BY TINU AND REKAyes

  

 

Friday - English and Science
Science experiment on gravity free water from Rekayes

Tinu's mind-blowing science experiment on gravity free water. Well done Tinu..mp4

Still image for this video
Home Learning w/c 11.5.20

Good morning Atlanta classheart

It's another wonderful and glorious week, still in our marvellous month of May. I hope you have been keeping safe and wellyes. Don't forget to always take time out to do something creative for yourself and enjoy the moment as it comes.

We've decided to be giving out weekly achievement certificate for your home learning. So keep sending your works in as we love seeing and reading your creativity.

THIS WEEK ACHIEVEMENT CERTIFICATE GOES TO...       

Certificate of the week

THIS WEEK'S CHALLENGE!!!

 

I want you to watch this video clip on BBC teach. Click on the link below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/growth-mindset-and-wellbeing-lesson/z4g4382

 

Write a poem on your emotion during this lock down and use Art work to express the emotion.

See samples of emotion Art work below:

                                                

Reka's emotional picture depicting sorrow, depression and sadness during this lock down period.

PE - Start the day with a 30-minute Hip-Hop Fit Workshop.

Let's go...

                   

Follow the link below to join in on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWk19OVon2k

Monday - English, Maths and Foundation Subject
Wednesday - Maths and Foundation Subject
Friday - English and Science
Reka's science experiment - fun with density using honey, milk, water, oil, food colouring, golden syrup and washing up liquid. Absolutely incredible yes
Tinu's science experiment- fun with density. Well doneyes

Home Learning w/c 4.5.20

 

Good morning Atlanta class smiley

Hope you had a fab weekend and still keeping safe and well. It’s a new day, a new week and a new goal. I believe you now have a daily routine to get you going. Remember, every morning starts a new page in your story, so make it a great one today! 

Thanks for all your relentless efforts for past weeks, it's getting better and better everydayyes 

 

So, here's this week's challenge:

'Caring people help others not because they expect a reward but because it is natural to show kindness'.

By an unknown author.

Our NHS workers have shown tremendous efforts in caring for every one of us during this pandemic period. 

I will like you to design a poster on ‘You care, We care’ to celebrate our NHS workers and to share on the school gallery. You may also want to display it on your windows at home.

Here’s an example:

 

Email me your poster:

year5and6jubileeteachers@gmail.com

 

PE: Start the day with Afrobeat danceout as one of your 5 - a - day.

Let's go...

                                   

Click on the link below to join in on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9NVJIM8w40

THANK YOU NHS!!!yes
Reka
Gilles
LilyMay
Monday - English, Maths and Foundation Subject
Reka's AMAZING grassland. Absolutely stunning!!!yes
Bird feeder using recyclable materials and photo collage in style of Ben Lewis Giles, created by Reka. WELL DONEyes
Wednesday - Maths and Foundation Subject
Friday - English and Science

Home Learning w/c 13.4.20

Monday - English, Maths and Foundation Subject

Wednesday - Maths and Foundation Subject

Friday - English and Science

Stop the spread of virus!!! Great awareness poster Reka and a piece of poem on Coronarivus from Gillesyes
Home Learning w/c 20.4.20
Monday - English, Maths and Foundation Subject
YES!!! NOW OR NEVER to save our planet. Well done Tinu for the Earth Hour awareness posteryes
Wednesday - Maths and Foundation Subject
Friday - English and Science
Home Learning w/c 27.4.20

Good morning Atlanta Class,

It's another great week and the last week of April. How are you doing? I miss you all!!!

I hope you are keeping safe and well. Make sure you start each day with a good breakfast, and just a positive thought in the morning can change your whole day.

Well done for all the incredible works you have been doing. Keep the candle burning and don't forget to stay safe, stay focused, stay strong and never give up as this will soon pass away.

Keep sending me your beautiful works via the email:

year5and6jubileeteachers@gmail.com

This week's tasks are below.

First, let's start with a PE warm up - join in the kids and adults workout on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_A_HjHZxfI

 

Mrs Umoren

Monday - English, Maths and Foundation Subject
Wednesday - Maths and Foundation Subject
Friday - English and Science

Feel free to look over the children's homework menu to see what different opportunities they have to further their learning and embed knowledge learnt at school. Homework is expected to be handed in by Friday, every week. We would like the children to select either a Maths or English homework alongside another subject each week. Therefore, two pieces of homework should be completed.

Gymnastics counter balance and counter tension

During our 'challenge and support' day,  we looked at a Chinese Artist 'Xu Huan's style of blow painting. The children used straws to blow paint their beautiful pieces of Art work, relating it to push force in Science.
Using line, tone and shading, children in Atlanta class produced beautiful Greeks Art pottery from our topic - 'GROOVY GREEKS'.
Using paper mache, balloons and disposable cups, we made our own Greeks potteries. We designed, to make them stand out.
We enjoy showing off our creativity skills especially in our home work projects. Here are some of the Greeks home work projects we made.
In Science we have been learning about Forces. The children measured different objects using force meters and measuring scales to find the difference between mass and weight.
Our 3D Solar System home work project was absolutely FUN!!!
Our trip to British Museum was amazing, as we had fun learning more about Greeks pottery, everyday life, gods and goddesses outside the four walls of the classrooms.
We enjoy our learning in class, so we improvised rhythms and pitches to perform different poetry in style of Brian Moses.

We are cryptographers!!!

In Computing, we are learning about communicating information securely using Semaphore. Can you guess the word from each picture?

Making African mats to link with our Spring term topic - 'AMAZING AFRICA' and our class reading book 'THE WHITE GIRAFFE'

WOW, What a performance! Our Carol concert was such a wonderful performance - second to none. Full of techniques, energy and fun. We love it!. Thanks to all our parents who came to support us.

MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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