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Y5 Weekly News
Another busy week again in Y5!
In LITERACY we're continuing to write diaries but in role as Dani or Mamo from our class story. We are again focusing on '-tion' for our spellings.
Our 'Must read a Michael Morpurgo book in November' READING challenge is going well. Everyone has been given a reading record to help them focus on sustaining their reading for pleasure.
In MATHS we have been investigating angles in triangles and learning the names and properties of different triangles. We're moving on to being able to draw them with protractors. Our challenge is for all the class to be great at their 4 x tables and related facts...such as the division facts and identifying larger numbers divisible by four, and then we're on to our 8s! MATHS BOOKS have been sent home this week. Do share your work and targets at home and then please return book and comment slip to class.
In SCIENCE, we've planned how to separate a dirty mixture of pebbles, salt, soil and water and today (Wednesday) we are going to try to separate the mixture and see how clean we can make the water!
We've been learning some FRENCH too...starting conversations and singing the colours to Frere Jacques!
Mrs Chesters has been helping the class with their Young Voices singing as part of their MUSIC.
I'm expecting Learning Logs in tomorrow morning and looking forward to seeing what you chose to do for your task linked to flight. I'm really excited about your paper airplanes! Weather permitting, we'll be testing them out to see whose flies the furthest!
EDUCATIONAL VISIT NEWS
I have booked a visit to Liverpool early in December to the World Museum to explore the 'World Cultures' gallery followed by time in the Walker Art Gallery. A letter will be sent home shortly.