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Moving up, Year 5 to Year 6

From 3rd July click here for videos from your current and new class teachers

Star Leaders and deputy Star Leaders

Now is the time to start thinking about whether you would like to be a Star Leader in September. Miss Stabler has made a video explaining what the role involves; what you need to do to prepare and when the hustings (elections) will take place. Click here 

 

If you have any questions, email Miss Jhurree or Miss Calver. 

Best of luck! 

Sports Captains 

Would you like to be a Sports Captain in September?

click here for more information on what the role is and the current Sports Captains. Click below for the application form that you can fill in and give back to Mr Thomas in September. If you have any questions, just email Miss Jhurree or Miss Calver. 

Learning at home

As you know children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 are coming back to school soon. They will be in smaller classes. This means some of our teachers will be teaching new classes. For those of you who have to stay at home for now, a different teacher will be reading your emails and checking your work, but don’t worry it’s the same email address to contact them and they have already found out so much about you!

 

Handover videos:

(this takes you to the Year 5 playlist, scroll through the videos to find your teacher)

 

5H and 5F home learning will be overseen by Miss Calver

5P and 5S home learning will be overseen by Miss Jhurree

 

Learning for the week will be updated every Monday.

Our teachers use Oak National Academy lessons and resources as the main way to provide learning at home while Fielding is closed.  Sometimes they will add extra links from BBC Bitesize and other websites to support the Oak National Academy material.

 

Click here to access Oak National Academy lessons.

 

The Oak National Academy English and maths lessons can be found by clicking on the link to the online classroom. Worksheets can be accessed online, clicking on the green dots at the bottom of each screen. They will also be available by the end of each Monday to download by clicking here.

 

Expectations for learning at home:

Each week children should complete:

  • an English lesson, every day, from Oak National Academy
  • a maths lesson, every day, from Oak National Academy
  • a foundation subject (not maths or English), as per links below
  • science, if listed below

 

Sending work to your child's class teacher

Children can complete and return, via email, the application task for maths and writing each week.

At the end of each foundation subject’s learning journey, your child can photograph and return their learning as detailed below.

The Oak National lessons are pre-recorded so they can be accessed at any time.

Your child will need a pen/pencil and access to paper or an exercise book.

 

Please see our curriculum overview to find out what your child is learning now and how that fits in to their wider learning:

 

To find out what children are learning click on the links below for a message from your child’s class teacher. 

This is your penultimate week of learning. We will set work on Monday 13th July too. 

This week’s English work and application task:

  • Writing a short story (myth). If you prefer, you could write a short story about anything.  
  • Children might recall writing a myth in our Anglo Saxon and Viking unit, in the Autumn term. This unit focuses on Hercules but children could write about Beowulf or Odd, if they wish. There are a choice of ideas on the application task. 
  • This Bitesize video, about myths, may help you. Click here
  • Here's a link to The 12 Labours of Hercules, which you could write your story about - click here
  • Here's a link to the story of Beowulf, Grendel and Grendel's mother click here
  • A short video, for some inspiration click here 
  • Click here for application task to be completed by Monday 13th July 2020 

 

This week’s maths and application task:

  • Children will be dividing with and without remainders. They will also find the mean of a set of data (The mean is the average).
  • After completing the activity in Friday's Oak National Academy lesson, click here for the application task to be completed as well. This should be handed in by Monday 13th July 2020. The solutions are saved alongside the application tasks too. 
  • This video may help you to revise the Bus stop method of division click here and here
  • Finding the mean of a set of data click here

 

Science learning

  • Learning Journey: “Why Does the Sun Rise and Set?"
  • Knowledge Organiser: Click here
  • Over the next few weeks, we would like you to discuss the question: 'Aliens take slices out of the moon each month, that's why it changes shape...right?'
  • Present your work in any way you choose: Powerpoint, photos, video or maybe as a piece of writing in any genre. You might like to make a model of the Moon too, if you wish. 
  • You could keep a Moon phases diary too. 
  • The Phases of the Moon: click here 
  • Here is some information to help you: click here
  • Email your project by Tuesday 14th July 2020. 

 

Foundation subject: History 

  • Learning Journey: Why was Baghdad an important city during the Ancient Islamic Civillisation?
  • Knowledge Organiser: Click here
  • Over the next few weeks, we would like you to think about the effects of religion on culture and architecture. 1) Choose an Iconic religious building 2) Research and write about the sculptures, artefacts, exterior and interior. How do they link to the faith practiced there? 3) You might also draw or make the building out of any materials. 

  • Present your work in any way you choose - Powerpoint, photos, video or maybe as a piece of writing in any genre.

  • Want some inspiration? click here for a list of famous religious buildings. St Peter's in the Vatican, Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, La Segrada Familia Barcelona, Angkor Wat Cambodia, Kaaba Mecca, Taoist Temple, St Paul's Cathedral London and Tempio Maggiore Italy are just a few you could choose from. 

  • Email your project by Tuesday 14th July 2020. 

 

Optional learning

  • Take part in the music or PE challenge below
  • Take part in French learning below

 

 In addition to the above, children will also learn a lot from the following ‘off-line’ activities:

  • Reading regularly
  • Practising number bonds/ timetables 
  • Cooking
  • Jigsaw puzzles
  • Board games
  • Gardening

 

The application tasks for writing, maths, Science and History can be emailed to your child’s class teacher to their email address:

5H@fielding.ealing.sch.uk 

5F@fielding.ealing.sch.uk 

5P@fielding.ealing.sch.uk 

5S@fielding.ealing.sch.uk 

 

Teachers will respond with feedback, replies may take up to 3 days.

Teachers will not respond during evenings, weekends, school holidays or when they are working in school.

Teachers will use any work your child emails to assess their learning for this term. We would like to know what your child is working on at home, so if teachers do not receive an email from you or your child they may contact you.

 

UN Sustainable Goals

This year in school we have been exploring the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and how we can play our part as global citizens.  Recently Earth School was launched which is a 30-day home-schooling journey to connect children to nature.  https://ed.ted.com/earth-school

If you have enjoyed our SDG sessions in school, check out the daily quests – you can choose to watch the videos and have a go at the suggested quizzes and activities.

 

MindUp

Complete an activity from  the Gratitude and kindness. What are you grateful for?

https://mindup.org.uk/mindup-activities/

 

Yoga 

 

French

 

Music:

Have a go at the Fielding weekly Music challenge on the music page of the website. Click here.

 

PE

It is important to look after your physical and mental health during this difficult time and staying physically active is a great way of doing that. Although many of us are practising social distancing and staying at home more than we may do normally, there are still lots of things you can do at home to keep your physical activity levels up. Below are 2 very good resources to get you started. Please let Mr Thomas know via email if you have any questions or suggestions.

For the coming months we are also going to change the criteria for our Fielding Sporting Stars page on the website. We want to see videos or photos of what you are doing at home in order to stay active. It could be taking part in one of the ideas below, doing some cosmic yoga or a fitness video online or absolutely anything else. https://www.fieldingprimary.com/fielding-sporting-stars/

Also keep an eye out for the new ‘Fielding’s Always Active’ Challenge which will be coming soon to the website.

Stay active and stay healthy.

 

home.jasmineactive.com  Email: parent@fieldingpr-1.com Password: fieldingpr

Real PE at home includes an online programme which supports families to be active, play and learn together. It includes a programme specifically for children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 with 12 themes, 6 areas, over 250 activities and challenges and 1000s of hours of fun and activity. This programme is also great for family play and fun.

It also includes a programme for children in Key Stage 2, with daily and weekly guidance provided for both programmes (starting from next week) in addition to an option to choose your own themes and activities.

 

Reading

Children have the choice  to read a recommended reading book. The list is below and also in reading planners. More information about reading can be found here:

Once the children have read a book, they should complete one of the activities of their choice outlined below. These can be completed in the blue book that children have been given. 

 

Activity Choices (they can be completed more than once):

1. Compare the book to another book you have read. What was similar? What was different? Think about characters/setting and events.

2. Draw a picture of your favourite character and write 5 words or phrases to describe their personality and 5 words/phrases to describe their appearance.

3. As you are reading, list any unfamiliar words and write their meaning.

4. If you could make one change to the story, what would it be and why?

5. Make a note of 3 of your favourite sentences and explain why you like them.

6. Complete a 'story S' which outlines the main events of the story.

 

5 books = Bronze Award

10 books = Silver Award

15 Books = Gold Award

All books = Platinum Award

 

 

Mathematics

Times Tables Rockstars!

Times Tables Rockstars is a online programme we have introduced to encourage children to have fun with multiplication facts while improving fluency, recall and speed. Children can access it in their own time on any IOS, Android or Windows device.

What is it?

Times Tables Rock Stars is a carefully sequenced programme of  times tables practice. This programme has very successfully boosted times tables recall speed for hundreds of thousands of pupils over the last 7 years in over 4500 schools - both primary and secondary - worldwide.

How does it work?

Incorrect answers are always immediately corrected in front of your child so that they start to associate the correct answer to every question. The clever code behind the scenes works out which times tables facts each child is consistently taking longer to answer and then it gradually starts to present these facts more frequently until they have mastered them. It will also ask related division questions 20% of the time in order to reinforce division facts.

Is this instead of the times table challenge completed in class?

No, this is to supplement the times tables challenge, giving children a fun way to practise and challenge themselves.

How do I log in?

Log in here: https://ttrockstars.com/login, use your child'd details that came home at the end of the Summer Term, lost them? Speak to your child's class teacher.

Multiplication Tables

Please see the sites below for other interactive games to help your children's fluency in recalling their multiplication and division tables.

 

 Calculation Policies for Maths

 

Values Baccalaureate

 

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