Well done everyone who has been completing work this week. Year 6 have been working hard doing a range of tasks in school and I have had some great bits sent to me from people who are working at home. Remember to keep going and trying the tasks – you are doing such a great job. See below for a quick selection of what has been happening. Quick reminder that next week is sports week so dust off your trainers and get ready for some garden fun.
Well done to all children who managed to complete some of the work this week. It was also nice to see the Year 6’s back in school for two days respectively – I couldn’t believe how much they had all grown!! Look below at some examples from this week
Keep checking the home learning blog next week – it’s creative arts week
Well done class 5 on a good week of Oceans work. I’ve seen graphs, descriptive writing, food chains and cardboard sea creatures to just name a few. Have a look below at a selection of what you have been up-to this week. Remember next week the theme is “Into the Woods”. All work again for this week will be posted onto the home learning blog. Have a great weekend – Mr B
Class 5 wow! I am so impressed with all the work that was sent to me last week. The range of work I received was brilliant! From geography to science, maths to art. It was quite clear lots of effort was put in. Have a look below at a selection of the work
First of all I need to start by saying that today will be the last time I post daily work on the Class 5 blog. As of next week we are moving to the new “home learning blog”. This can be found above the FS blog on the website homepage. All activities, challenges and learning posts will appear on there from now on and will be used a the learning tool both in and out of school. Each week will have a particular theme with the first week being “under the sea” which ties in well with World Ocean Day” in the same week. All the weeks will have a set theme with work being based as best as possible around that. Please however continue to send me pictures and work to the class 5 email like you always have done. I will the collate everything at the end of the week and post work, pictures and videos onto the class 5 blog.
Now today’s learning is as follows.
SCIENCE – I thought for the last day of this topic we would look at different types of drugs. So your first task is:
WHAT IS A DRUG? Can you explain or give examples of how some drugs can be beneficial and how others can be harmful.
Next task: can you match the drug type to it’s definition?
Third task: can you decide whether these statements are a myth or the truth? You MUST explain why you think that using scientific knowledge and research.
FINALLY with all this new found knowledge I would like you to create an advertising campaign in the form of a poster to raise awareness of the impact that drugs have on the body. Your messages can be anything from the general negative effects on the body, to how to take medicines safely, to highlighting the impact of specific types of drugs.
IF you finish today’s tasks please complete work from previous days that you may have missed.
Last but by no means least thank you to all of you who have sent me worked, commented on the blog and for all the parents who have given such lovely comments. We have certainly tried hard to make lockdown fun. I am incredibly proud of all the work and effort that has been made by children and parents to make this blog what it is
Hello Class 5 hope we are all fit and well this fine Thursday morning. I can’t believe it is already Thursday – this week has flown by. Todays tasks are as follows.
MATHS – Below is a picture of William Shakespeare’s house in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1564. My question is “how many rectangles can you see in the part of the house outlined in red?”
HISTORY/ENGLISH – with the geography research you did yesterday around different countries “national dish” I would like you to choose 4 of the dishes that interest you the most and research how they became so iconic and well loved in their respective countries. How far did they date back? Did the have a religious aspect to them? Were they passed on through generations? Please present your research in a detailed fact-file or information page. I look forward to seeing these later in the week.
ART – Now the smoking and alcohol work got me thinking. I would like you to draw/paint/collage/colour a picture of a healthy lung and a picture of a damaged lung that has been subject to tobacco. Doing these side by side would have an even better effect. You may wish to label what has happened to the lung. Be as creative as you like.
Well done to everyone completing the work – I hope we are finding it ok. I woke up this morning and saw rain out of the window for the first time in a long time. What is going on??!! Today’s learning is below.
MATHS – Have a go at this jumping frogs game ! What is the highest amount of blue and pink frogs you can complete the game with? Send me pictures of your completed game! Can you explain how you did it aswell?I will be interested to see your reasoning Have fun!
ENGLISH/SCIENCE – I would like you to create a detailed leaflet or an information page explaining why smoking is bad for your overall health. You might explain the effect on different parts of the body or how it can effect how well you can exercise. Your work should include DETAILED explanations and diagrams of how these can effect the organs of the body
GEOGRAPHY – A little challenge for you class 5. Can you pick 10 countries and find out their most iconic “national food”. You might then present it by labelling it with string on a world map. You might draw the countries flag and the dish and write why it is it’s favourite dish. I will leave the creative ways up to you.
I won’t post as much tomorrow as these are longish tasks. Have a great day – Mr B
So today we should be in school starting the last half term of Class 5 and for Year 6 the last half term at Brandesburton Primary School and I am really gutted this isn’t going to happen the way any of us wanted to. I know there will be special half days and things to look forward to but for me it’s just not the same. However as the weeks go by, more children will return to school, as will I, along with most of the teachers. Now, because we are returning, it would be very tricky to carry on the class blog the way we have so this will be the last week it will work like this and we will move onto a more whole school approach next Monday. I will post more details of this as the week progresses but for now let’s crack on with another week of learning!!
MATHS – With the premier league back on the horizon I thought it would be topical to look at some football related maths (there will be more maths tomorrow)
THEME – Now, over the next two days I would like you to create an information text on the jobs that the Red Blood Cells, White Blood Cells, Platelets and Plasma do in the Human Body. You can be as creative as you like. This website below might help.
SCIENCE – I would like you to research different types of blood groups and explain how you become a certain type of blood group. Can a blood group be passed down from parent to offspring? I look forward to reading what you find out.
ENGLISH – Two tasks. First task is a Haiku about a particular body cell you have researched in theme. See my example below.
Second task is to write a riddle again about a particular body cell. See my start of a riddle below. Please make sure yours includes 8-10 clues with the hardest clue at the start and the easiest clue towards the end.
DT – Creating blood smoothies. See the recipe below for making a blood smoothie! Make it, try it and tell me what you think!
ART – Using the website below learn some new painting techniques and create a big picture of one of the human body cells. You can use the pictures below to help you if you wish!