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Yr5 W.C 30th March

Subject

Minimum expectation of time spent

Work set

Details of work set

How should this be completed?

Maths

 

 

1 hour per day

Busy Ant Maths

LESSON 1

EXTENSION 1

LESSON 2

EXTENSION 2

LESSON 3

EXTENSION 3

LESSON 4

EXTENSION 4

LESSON 5

LOOM LINK

Children to answer questions relating to the challenge they usually work on in class. If they have completed their challenge, they can progress onto the next challenge

Exercise book

English

1 hour per day

Lesson 1 Questions

LESSON 1 QU

Lesson 1 Text to read

LESSON 1 TEXT

Children to answer all questions based on the attached text.

In exercise book

Lesson 2 Grammar

LINK

Children to answer all questions

Directly onto sheet  or in exercise book

Lesson 2 Spelling

LINK

Children to answer all questions

Directly onto sheet  or in exercise book

Lesson 3 Planning Sheet

LINK

VIDEO LINK

Children to use sheet to plan writing task using writing prompt video

Directly onto sheet  or in exercise book

Lesson 3 and 4 Writing

LINK

LOOM LINK

Children to draft and edit a recount of a passenger in a class of their choice who survived the sinking of the Titanic

In exercise book

Lesson 5 Final version

LINK

Children to improve and completed a final version of their recount

In exercise book or on paper attached

Handwriting Task

LINK

Children to practise handwriting using attached task.

In exercise book

Foundation

2 hours per day

RE – The 4 Gospels and the Easter Story

PROJECT OUTLINE

 

VIDEO CLIP 1

 

VIDEO CLIP 2

 

Read and research how the Easter story is presented in different ways in Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

 

Create a table to record similarities and differences

In exercise book

Science – Investigating Changing States

 

PROJECT OUTLINE

 

DAY 1

 

DAY 2

 

DAY 3 - 5 MELTING ICE EXPERIMENT

 

Investigate changes of state in the world around you – list different examples e.g. water boiling, chocolate melting and how the changes can be influenced e.g. temperature, size, shape

 

Complete the Melting Ice Experiment in 1 or more different locations and compare the results. Record your observations

 

Record notes and observations in exercise book

 

This could be in the form of diagrams, pictures or a ‘scientist’s diary’