Year 5JB: Blog items

Super Science!

Date: 22nd Oct 2021 @ 5:12pm

5JB had a great afternoon investigating the effect of water resistance on floating objects! The children competed to design and make a boat that would hold the most cubes. The children found that the boats with the biggest surface area were the winners! 

5JB's Trip to Quarry Bank Mill!

Date: 8th Oct 2021 @ 4:32pm

5JB had a fantastic day on Wednesday on our trip to Quarry Bank Mill! We learnt about the lives of Victorian children working in the mills, the machines used in the workhouses and how the factories were powered! 

5JB's Trip to Quarry Bank Mill!

Date: 8th Oct 2021 @ 4:17pm

5JB had a fantastic time at Quarry Bank Mill on Wednesday! We learnt about the life of children in the mills, the machines used in the workhouses and the factories were powered! 

Super Learning in 5JB!

Date: 4th Oct 2021 @ 8:59pm

5JB have made a brilliant start with their learning in Year 5! The children have worked hard in Maths, and have really enjoyed exploring different strategies of place value, addition and subtraction!  

 

Poesía taurina

Date: 11th Jul 2021 @ 11:52am

This week we have been focusing on writing our free-verse poems on bullfighting. Our reading sessions have been fantastic! We have been looking at figurative language and have made lots of connections between other texts that we have read such as the myths of ancient Greece.

When it came to writing, we have had fun creating a class poem as well everybody writing their own. We have experimented with writing from different perspectives and some of us are challenging ourselve from writing from the point of view of the matador. 

When these are finished, they will be increíble! 

 

This week in 5DL

Date: 3rd Jul 2021 @ 3:58pm

This week in 5DL

28/06/21 - 02/07/21

This week was assessment week which everyone was REALLY excited for!

Everyone worked incredibly hard and did their very best to show their learning over the past months. 

We rounded of the week with our favourite game "The Pirate Game". Lots of drama and sabotage involved as well as much fun by everyone.

Link to home learning Padlet

Date: 23rd Oct 2020 @ 4:02pm

Hello Everyone!

Here is the link to our padlet page. Everything is in one place so should be easy to find.

https://padlet.com/y5homelearning/page2 

Let me know on school spider if you have any questions about the work. 

There will be a page for each day so make sure that you ask any questions on todays page. 

for example:

If you have a question about yesterday's work - ask the question on today's page.

Good luck and let's get learning!

Outstanding Learning + Surprise!

Date: 17th Jul 2020 @ 5:17pm

Good afternoon, 5CB. Can you believe that we have finally reached the end of our journey? And what a strange way to end it. I am so proud to have been your teacher this year - I have loved every second of it (even when you gave me a headache!) 

I was so happy to speak to you all on the phone this week. There were only a couple of you I couldn't reach, so here is a little reminder of what was said:

When we go back to school in September, you will spend the first two days with myself and Mrs Turner, in our 5CB classroom. We will be able to do some fun games and activities together. Then you will move into Year 6, where your new Teacher will be Miss Thornton and your new Teaching Assistant will be Miss Taylor. Miss Thornton has emailed your grown up a leaflet, with some exciting Summer activities inside.

I'm moving year groups too this year, and will be teaching Year 4! I'm nervous and excited, just like I imagine all of you are. 

Here are this week's outstanding learners: 

Tia

Shero

Mujeeb

Ivory

Zain

Akin

William

Lilly C

Auryn

Dylan

Victoria

Delayno

Oceane

Lexie

Lily L

Jackson

Andrew

Jediah

Riley

Zana

Paige

Jessica

Ibrahim

Denico

Angelica

Isabelle

Sam

Jennifer

Imole

... Yes you've guessed, each of you are outstanding learners! 

Instead of posting your work this week, I have created something for you. Since we couldn't get a class photo this year, I've made one for us! 

(I apologise if I got your eye colour wrong, all I had to go off was my memory and your photograph from our door!)

I hope you like it! 

 

Enjoy your Summer!

Miss Brookes 

Reading Plus WINNERS (Week 15)

Date: 17th Jul 2020 @ 5:04pm

Good afternoon everyone! How has your Friday been?

I can't believe we've reached our final day of reading challenges! You have all worked so well, well done everyone.

Here are our winners:

Most Lessons Completed: Ganesa (with 10 lessons! Well done).

Most Words Read: Alissia  (with 13,113 words! Well done).

This week's challenge was to read 5 books, and share a new word you have learnt. The winners are:

Ganesa (with her new words: conscience, nuisance and puncture)

Victoria (with her new phrase 'rapid eye movement' (REM), she then shared that we have different stages of sleep - light sleep, deep sleep and REM). 

Well done you two!

A huge well done to everyone that managed to access reading plus this week: 

Ganesa

Alissia

Rhianna

Aden

Denico

Israel

Znaiya

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Well done to Ganesa and Victoria for completing today's 'famous person challenge.' The answer was: William Shakespeare, who was born in April 1564. They shared that he is a famous English playwright, poet and actor. They also shared that he was regarded as the greatest writer in the English language, and that he was the world's greatest dramatist! 

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You have all worked so incredibly hard this year! We are so proud of the progress you have made, and your determination. 

Don't forget to ask your grown up to check their email, where they will find a 'transition booklet' from Year 6. It has some Summer activities in that you can do.

Enjoy the break, and we look forward to seeing you all in September.

Miss Brookes and Mrs Hodges. 

Friday 17th July

Date: 17th Jul 2020 @ 7:07am

Good morning, everyone!
You can find all of today's learning on: 
https://padlet.com/y5homelearning/year5

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We have finally made it to the end of the school year. What a strange way to end it. I find it hard to believe that we have been off school since the 20th March (with some of you staying in school and working super hard!). It feels like yesterday, when we were creating our Greek Landscapes.

We are so excited to get to teach you in those first two days of term - it wouldn't feel right, not spending some time with you before you enter year 6! We both loved speaking to you all on the phone this week - it brightened our days.

Well done to Ganesa and Victoria for completing yesterday's famous person challenge. The person was Marie Curie, and she was born on the 7th November 1876. She is famous because she was the first person to win a noble prize in both physics and chemistry. A fun fact they shared is that she was a World War 1 hero! 

I will post the answers for today's famous person, when I post the reading challenge results. Here is today's picture: 

 

Don't forget to email your answer, and all of your learning, to y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Remember to check your class blog this afternoon, where we will celebrate some of your outstanding learning.

Enjoy your Friday,

Miss Brookes and Mrs Hodges. 

Thursday 16th July

Date: 16th Jul 2020 @ 8:48am

Good morning everyone! How is it Thursday already? I hope we have some better weather today.

You can find all of today's learning on: https://padlet.com/y5homelearning/year5

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Well done to Ganesa, Jediah and Victoria for completing yesterday's famous person challenge. The person was Horatio Nelson. He was born on the 29th September 1758 (that's the day after Merlin's - my dog's - birthday!). He is well known for fighting in battles such as the Nile. An interesting fact that you shared, is that during his life he lost both his eye and his arm!

Today's famous person is a tricky one, so here is a clue - she is associated with science: 

 

Don't forget to email your answer, and all of your learning, to y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Enjoy your Thursday!

Miss Brookes and Mrs Hodges

Wednesday 15th July

Date: 15th Jul 2020 @ 8:35am

Good morning everyone!

You can find all of today's learning on: https://padlet.com/y5homelearning/year5

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Well done Ganesa and Victoria, for completing yesterday's challenge. The person was Martin Luther King Jr. He was born on the 15th January 1929, and is famous for being a leader in the Civil Rights movement from 1955 to 1968.

A fun fact that they shared, is that he went to college at the age of 15!

Here is today's person:

 

Don't forget to email your answer, and all of your learning to: y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Enjoy your Wednesday!

Miss Brookes and Mrs Hodges 

Tuesday 14th July

Date: 14th Jul 2020 @ 8:17am

Good morning, everyone!

You can find all of today's learning on: https://padlet.com/y5homelearning/year5

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Well done to Ganesa, Maddison and Victoria for completing yesterday's famous person challenge. The answer was, Queen Elizabeth II. She was born on the 21st April 1926. She is famous because she is the current Queen of England. Victoria also shared with us, that she is the 17th most admired person in the world! What an interesting fact!

Here is today's famous person:

 

Don't forget to send your answer, and all of your learning, to y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Enjoy your Tuesday!

Miss Brookes and Mrs Hodges

Monday 13th July

Date: 13th Jul 2020 @ 8:02am

Good morning everyone! How was your weekend?

You can find all of today's learning on: https://padlet.com/y5homelearning/year5

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Well done to Ganesa for completing Friday's building challenge! The answer was the Sydney Opera House, which is in Australia. 

This week, as requested, we are going to focus on famous people. I would like to know their name, their birthday and why they are famous.  

Here is your first famous person: 

 

Don't forget to email your answer, and all of your learning, to y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Enjoy your Monday! 

Miss Brookes and Mrs Hodges

Reading Plus WINNERS (Week 14)

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 4:12pm

Good afternoon everyone! How has your Friday been?

Not as many of you participated in this week's reading challenge, maybe the rainy weather dampened your spirits? Hopefully I will see more of your wonderful reading, next week :) 

Here are our winners:

Most Lessons Completed: Ganesa (with 6 lessons! Well done).

Most Words Read: Rhianna (with 7,861 words! Well done).

This week's challenge was to read 5 books, and share a new word you have learnt. The winner is:

Ganesa! Well done, Ganesa! She discovered the word 'strenuous' and found out that it means 'hard.'

The following children all read 5 or more books this week:

Aden

Ganesa

Rhianna

Well done!

 

I think 5HW had more readers this week!

 

Enjoy your weekend,

Miss Brookes 

 

Outstanding Learning!

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 4:05pm

Good afternoon everyone! I can't believe that we only have one week left of the school year. What a strange year it has been! However, I do have some exciting news. Next week I am going to be phone calling each of you, to tell you who your year 6 teacher and teaching assistant will be! How exciting is that? I'm looking forward to speaking to every one of you :) 

We have many outstanding learners this week - I love seeing the work you complete at home, so please email it in at y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Well done to: 

Akin

Denico

Dylan

Imole

Ivory

Jediah

Jennifer 

Jessica

Sam

Victoria 

William

 

I've shared some of their wonderful learning below.

I hope you all enjoy your weekend - I can't wait to speak to you all next week :) 

 

Miss Brookes 

Friday 10th July

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 8:08am

Good morning everyone!

You can find all of today's learning on: https://padlet.com/y5homelearning/year5

Don't forget  to email or comment a new word that you have discovered during this week's reading challenge. 

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Well done to Aden, Alissia, Ganesa and Victoria for completing yesterday's building challenge! The building was the Empire State Building which is in New York City, USA. Look at these amazing photographs Alissia's grown up has shared with us, from their visit in New York! This was the view from their hotel room window - how exciting! 

 

Here are some of the wonderful facts our challengers found: 

It is 1,454 feet tall

It was in the King Kong films.

It took one year to build.

It has 102 floors.

They began building it on the 17th March 1930.

Here is today's building challenge: 

 

 

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Don't forget to send your answer, and all of today's learning, to y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Remember to check your class blog this afternoon, to celebrate some of your outstanding work.

Enjoy your Friday,

Miss Brookes and Mrs Hodges.

Thursday 9th July

Date: 9th Jul 2020 @ 8:49am

Good morning, everyone!

You can find all of today's learning on: https://padlet.com/y5homelearning/year5

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Well done to Aden and Ganesa for completing yesterday's building challenge! The answer was the Leaning Tower of Pisa, which is in Italy. Here are some of the amazing facts they shared:

It has been leaning since the cement started to slip and wasn't strong enough. Eventually it stopped in a leaning position. 

It is in Pisa, in Italy.

It is a free standing bell tower.

It's 55.86 meters tall.

It has 296 steps.

Here is today's building: 

 

Don't forget to email your answer, and all of your learning, to y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Enjoy your Thursday,

Miss Brookes and Mrs Hodges

Wednesday 8th July

Date: 8th Jul 2020 @ 8:49am

Good morning, everyone!

You can find all of today's learning on: https://padlet.com/y5homelearning/year5

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Well done to AdenGanesaJediah and Victoria. The building was the Louvre Museum which is in France. Here are some of the amazing facts they shared:

It's in Paris.

It was built in 1793

The most expensive painting in the Louvre, was the Salvator Mundi by Divinis, which was sold for $450 million.

It has the Mona Lisa

Some of its items are from 190bc.

It's one of the most visited attractions in Paris, with approximately 17,000 visitors each day. 

It's one of the largest museums in the world.

Here is today's famous building:

 

Don't forget to email your answer, and all of today's learning, to: y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Enjoy your Wednesday,

Miss Brookes and Mrs Hodges

Tuesday 7th July

Date: 7th Jul 2020 @ 8:49am

Good morning everyone!

You can find all of today's learning on: https://padlet.com/y5homelearning/year5

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Well done to Aden, Ganesa, Jediah and Victoria for completing yesterday's building challenge. The building was the Taj Mahal which is in India. Here are some of the amazing facts they shared: 

It is made of ivory white marble.

It is a tomb.

It is also known as the 'Crown of the Palace.'

It was made by the Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan, to remember his third wife Mumtaz Mahai.

Here is today's famous famous building:

 

Don't forget to send your answer, and all of your learning, to: y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

 

Enjoy your learning!

Miss Brookes and Mrs Hodges. 

Monday 6th July

Date: 6th Jul 2020 @ 8:36am

Good morning everyone! Did you enjoy your weekend?

You can find all of today's learning on: https://padlet.com/y5homelearning/year5

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Well done to AdenGanesa and Jediah for completing Friday's 'Landmark Challenge.' The landmark was Hadrian's Wall which is in Brampton. Here are some of the facts that they shared:

It's the boundary between Scotland and England.

It was built in 122 (which is cxxii in Roman Numerals) 

It was named after the Roman Emperor, Hadrian. 

This week, I am going to show you photographs of famous buildings around the world. I want to know what the building is called, where it is, and a fact about the building. Goodluck! Here is today's building:

 

Don't forget to email your answer, and all of your learning, to: y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

 

Enjoy your Monday!

Miss Brookes and Mrs Hodges.

Outstanding Learning!

Date: 3rd Jul 2020 @ 3:41pm

We've reached the end to another week, and now we're in July! Don't you think your time away from school has gone quickly?

A huge well done and thank you, to everyone that has shared their online learning this week. I love seeing all of your emails and questions on Padlet. If you haven't emailed us yet, don't forget to on: y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

This week's outstanding learners are:

Akin

Angelica

Denico

Dylan

Jediah

Jennifer

Jessica

Lilly C

Riley

Sam

Tia

Victoria

William

They have all shown me, that they have accessed their online learning. 

 

Below are some of the examples of the amazing work they have sent in.

 

Enjoy your weekend everyone, it is well deserved!

Miss Brookes 

 

Reading Plus WINNERS (Week 13!)

Date: 3rd Jul 2020 @ 3:32pm

You have all worked so incredibly hard on reading plus this week! Well done everyone.

Here are this week's Reading Plus winners:

Most Lessons Completed: Aden with 10 books! I know you were trying really hard to finish that last book before 3pm - but you were already 4 books ahead of everyone else, so well done, Aden! smiley

Most Words Read: It's a double win...also Aden! Well done, Aden. He read 12,325 words this week! Did you learn any new vocabularly? 

A huge well done to everyone that took part smiley

 

This week's reading challenge was to read 6000 words. The winners are:

Aden

Rhianna

Alissia

Well done, everyone!

 

I also said I would give a mention to everyone that managed to read 5 books, a book a day! They are:

Aden,

Rhianna,

Alissia,

Ganesa,

Super reading everyone! 

Keep up the amazing work,

Miss Brookes 

Friday 3rd July

Date: 3rd Jul 2020 @ 8:45am

Good morning everyone! Can you believe that we've reached Friday already? Hasn't it gone quick!

You can find all of today's learning on: https://padlet.com/y5homelearning/year5

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Well done to Aden, Ganesa and Victoria for completing yesterday's 'Landmark Challenge!' The Landmark was the Angel of the North which is in Gateshead. Here are the amazing facts you shared:

It is made of weather resistant steel.

It is at least 20 years old.

It was built in 1998 

It is one of the most iconic and viewed places in the world.

What wonderful facts! Here is today's Landmark: 

Remember to check your class blog later, to see some outstanding learning!

Don't forget to email your answer, and all of your learning, to: y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

 

Enjoy your Friday!

Miss Brookes and Mrs Hodges

Thursday 2nd July

Date: 2nd Jul 2020 @ 8:46am

Good morning, everyone!

You can find all of today's learning on: https://padlet.com/y5homelearning/year5

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Well done to AdenGanesaJediah, Maddison and Victoria, for completing yesterday's Landmark Challenge! I have always known the landmark as Big Ben, in London. But Aden and Maddison have informed me, that it is actually called Queen Elizabeth Tower, and Big Ben is just a nickname! What an amazing new fact. Here are some of the other facts you all shared:

It's next to the Houses of Parliament. 

It was originally called the 'Clock Tower.'

It's the biggest four facing tower in the world.

On the 2nd September 1666, the Great Fire of London happened in the bakers shop on Pudding Lane, belonging to Thomas Farriner. The fire started at 10pm at night and 3 hours later, the city was gone.

I'm learning so much, from all of your wonderful facts! Thank you and well done everyone!

My mum chose today's landmark. Apparently I have been there before...but I don't remember it at all! Here it is:

 

Don't forget to email your answer, and all of your learning, to: y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

 

Enjoy your Thursday,

Miss Brookes and Mrs Hodges

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