Lavender Class Homework – Set: 20.4.18 Due 25.4.18
Please find below a copy of the homework. The children have been given 3 pieces of homework; spellings, reading and maths. If you would like support with the maths, please visit the mymaths website and use the log in below. This will allow you access a range of lessons and online homework to support the children with their maths learning. Please only complete maths sheet 2.
Lavender Class Homework – Set: 29.3.18 Due 18.4.18
Lavender Class Homework – Set: 16.3.18 Due 21.3.18
Please find below a copy of the homework. The children have been given 2 pieces of homework; literacy and maths. Page 2 is the only maths worksheet that needs to be completed. Please remember that if the children would like to audition for Oliver! they will need to perform an acting audition, singing audition and dancing audition using the words and songs provided in the attached letter. We still expect all children to complete 25 minutes of reading each day over the weekend as part of their homework. Please see your child’s class teacher if you have any questions before the day homework is due in. All homework is pitched at a Year 5 level as per the national curriculum and expectations of your child.
Lavender Class Homework – Set: 9.3.18 Due 14.3.18
This week, if the children choose to, we have included an audition homework for our Year 5/6 production of Oliver! If the children would like to audition they will need to perform an acting audition, singing audition and dancing audition using the words and songs provided in the attached letter.
Lavender Class Homework – Set: 23.2.18 Due 28.2.18
Please find below a copy of the homework. The children have been given 3 pieces of homework; spellings, science and maths. This week the children have chosen their spellings based on words they have spelt incorrectly in their writing in school from the Year 5 spelling list. Therefore I have added the Year 5 spelling list below. Page 2 is the only maths worksheet that needs to be completed.
Lavender Class Homework – Set: 9.2.18 Due 21.2.18
Please find below a copy of the homework over half term. The children have been given 3 pieces of homework; Writing, ICT and a Prefect Application. Additionally, some children have also been given a second piece of writing homework in relation to a group run by Mrs Chaplen this term, all can be found below. Children will also still be expected to read for 25 minutes per day and quiz on their book on the first day back after half term. Thank you for your continued support.
Year 5 Milestone Trip
Please see below the letter regarding our planned trip to Milestones Museum, Basingstoke on Wednesday 18th April 2018.
Year 5 Stargazing Event
On Wednesday 31st January, Year 5 had a stargazing event after school. We had special expert visitors who came to talk about telescopes and planets; these were very informative and even the teachers learned something new. We enjoyed soup and hot dogs before heading outside to look up at the stars. We also found out that on this night there was a special event happening – the rare blue super moon and lunar eclipse. The moon appeared much brighter and bigger than usual and we were very lucky to be able to see the stars that make up Orion’s belt. Thank you to Mrs Chaplen and Miss Noice for organising this event and we hope everybody had a wonderful time. Happy space searching stargazers!
Lavender Class Homework – Set: 2.2.18 Due 7.2.18
Please find below a copy of this week’s homework. The children have been given 4 pieces of homework; Spellings, GPS, Writing and Maths. Please see your child’s class teacher if you have any questions. Please see pictures below for if your child is struggling with their maths homework
Lavender Class Homework – Set: 27.1.18 Due 31.1.18
Please find below a copy of this week’s homework. The children have been given 2 pieces of homework; Spellings and Maths. Please see your child’s class teacher if you have any questions.
Year 5 Stargazing Evening – Reminder
This is a reminder that our Stargazing evening is taking place on Wednesday 31st January. It is a very exciting event where there will now be 2 expert guests for your entertainment and we are also including hot and cold refreshments. We still have tickets available for this event so if you like to attend then please complete the the form on the letter (which can be found in the school office) with your donation of £1 to the office or your class teacher. Alternatively, you can download the letter below. We hope to see you there stargazers!
Lavender Class Homework – Set: 19.1.18 Due 24.1.18
Please find below a copy of this week’s homework. The children have been given 3 pieces of homework; GPS, Spellings and Maths. Please see your child’s class teacher if you have any questions.
Class Update – 17.1.18
On Tuesday 9th January, Year 5 decorated their classrooms with space decorations. The children were all excited to start getting ready for their new theme topic. A few days later, both the classes rooms all looked very space like. The children were sent homework to research about one planet in the solar system. They came to school with fabulous planet homework. We have now completed our classrooms and are enjoying our journey into space!
Lavender Class Homework – Set: 12.1.18 Due 17.1.18
Please find below a copy of this week’s homework. The children have been given 3 pieces of homework; Reading Comprehension, Spellings and Maths. The maths homework consists only of the first page of the document. Please see your child’s class teacher if you have any questions.
Class Update – 21.12.17
Through the week we have been working hard to do all of our theme work. In RE, we have been exploring the concept of interpretation. We have read through the two differing versions of the nativity story and noticed the similarities and differences. We have completed hot writes, writing persuasive letters to the Australian President about saving the Great Barrier Reef. On the 21st December, we had a movie day and we had a hot chocolate and marshmallows as a gift from Miss Noice. We enjoyed the film and the hot chocolate and marshmallows. We are all excited for Christmas and have been enjoying all the KS1 and Foundation nativity performances we have seen over the last few weeks. We were really impressed with the performance by Miss Chadwick’s PPA group at our Christmas service and wanted to say well done to everybody involved (including some member of Lavender Class who we thought were the best!). Lavender class would like to wish everybody a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. See you in 2018!
Lavender Class Homework – Set: 21.12.17 Due: 10.01.18
Please find below a copy of the Christmas Holiday homework. We have also included a copy of the curriculum newsletter for Year 5 Spring Term. Please pay close attention to the second page of the letter which requires children to bring in items from home and also includes the reading challenge for the Christmas Holiday.
Christmas Holiday Homework:
Research ONE of the planets in our solar system. Choose how to present this in a creative way.
This may be a report, a drawing, a painting, a collage of pictures or a model using different materials.
Bring this back to school with you on Wednesday 10th January 2018 to be used in our classroom display.
Class Update – 13.12.17
Lavender class thoroughly enjoyed the Christmas Fair on Friday and are all looking forward to Christmas. We have been working hard this week on multiplication and division in our maths learning and are preparing for our final piece of independent writing this term. We are writing a persuasive letter to the Australian Government regarding the bleaching of the Great Barrier Reef. We have been researching the Great Barrier Reef and how we can combat the bleaching of the reefs and restore them to their natural beauty. We have been gathering ideas for using persuasive and emotive language in our writing as well as sentence openers, model verbs and accurate punctuation. We are also looking forward to our visit to the Library tomorrow and our trip to Cosham Baptist Church Advent Experience on Friday morning, if you are able to help with walking to from these places then please let Miss Noice know.
Lavender Class Homework – Set: 8.12.17 Due 13.12.17
Please find below a copy of this week’s homework. The children have been given 3 pieces of homework; Reading comprehension, Spellings and Maths. Please play the maths game with your child as we are currently focussing on building collaborative skills. Please see your child’s class teacher if you have any questions.
Class Update – 6.12.17
This week has been a busy week for Lavender Class. On Monday, we watched the KS1 nativity. We were very impressed with the singing and acting from the Years 1’s and 2’s. We thoroughly enjoyed watching their performance. Well done to KS1! Some of Lavender class have been taking part in Bikeability this week. They have been learning how to perform unexpected, emergency and controlled stops. They have also been learning how to signal to other road users and turn right at a junction as well as making a u-turn in the road. They have been developing their skills to ride their bikes on the road with a good position. They have all been having a great time with the team from bikeability. We would like to say Thank You to the staff from Bikeability. We are all excited about visiting the Christmas Fair on Friday afternoon and after school. As as class, we have decided that £2-3 is the right amount of money to bring to the Christmas Fair as we will only be visiting in school time for about 15 minutes. We have been discussing break time and lunchtime rules as class and have reminded each other that we should treat others the way we wish to be treated ourselves.
By Lavender Class
Lavender Class Homework – Set: 30.11.17 Due 6.12.17
Please find below a copy of this week’s homework. The children have been given 1 piece of homework; Writing. Please see your child’s class teacher if you have any questions.
Class Update – 29.11.17
This week we have been writing persuasive letters to save the orang-utans with are shoulder partners. We wrote a script for a persuasive charity advert and performed it to the class. Miss Noice filmed all of our adverts. Please take a look at our hard work, but don’t call any of the fantasy phone numbers! We focussed on how to save orang-utans. After we filmed them we watched them, they all talked about the poaching of orang-utans. We have learned that people poach orang-utans for their meat, skulls and there babies. After we watched the adverts we evaluated them by writing down 3 what went wells and 1 even better if. We have also created persuasive charity posters for saving orang-utans. We have enjoyed learning how to persuade people but now we are all keen to fundraise to help orang-utans.
By Beth and Lucy
Lavender Class Homework – Set: 24.11.17 Due 29.11.17
Please find below a copy of this week’s homework. The children have been given 3 pieces of homework; Science, Maths Practice and Spellings. Please see your child’s class teacher if you have any questions.
Class Update – 22.11.17
On Friday the 17th of November, year 5 visited Vue cinemas in Gunwharf to watch Zootropolis .When we arrived, Mrs Chaplin started to quiz year 5 on Dreamworks, Pixar, Disney films and characters . Harry Gee kindly brought in 30 packs of sweet popcorn for the people who didn’t have any. Once the funny film started, everyone went quiet in their seats, halfway through the film all of year 5 jumped. Thank you to Mrs Chaplin, Miss Chadwick, Mrs Moore and Miss Fuller. We all had a great time!
Lavender Class Homework – Set: 17.11.17 Due 22.11.17
Please find below a copy of this week’s homework. The children have been given 3 pieces of homework; GPS practice, Maths Practice and Spellings. Please see your child’s class teacher if you have any questions.
Our Tech Deck Trip Report
On Tuesday 14th November, Year 5 (Lavender and Mint) went to the Tech Deck in Southsea. It is the headquarters of the BAR (Ben Racing) team competing in the America’s cup. We walked to the train station as fast as we could, got onto the train, got off the train at Portsmouth Harbour and had a twenty minute walk to where we had lunch. Once we arrived at the Tech Deck, we participated in different activities including watching the highlights of The 2017 America’s Cup in Bermuda. After that, Mark (our tour guide) was kind enough to let us explore the exhibition. Next, we were given an envelope full of statements and statistics about ocean plastics. For example: America use 3,000,000 bottles per hour.
Following this, we discussed how ocean plastics affect marine life including birds. We were given a tray with popcorn and plastic in, a spoon and a cup. We were asked to scoop the popcorn and plastic into the cup as fast as we could. This was to imitate how a bird would eat. Once we had filled the cup, we had to remove the popcorn (which would be digested by the bird) and leave the plastic. The plastic cannot be digested by birds and so they still feel full and starve to death.
Finally, we made a promise to change one thing that will help keep our oceans plastic free and our marine life healthy. We enjoyed our day out and can’t wait to complete more work on this back at school.
Lavender Class Homework – Set: 10.11.17 Due 15.11.17
Please find below a copy of this week’s homework. The children have been given 3 pieces of homework; GPS practice, Questions for the Tech Deck and Spellings. Please see your child’s class teacher if you have any questions.
Class Update – 8.11.17
This week we have been looking at the Great Barrier Reef and also completing research about this subject in our ICT Learning Zone. We have created some amazing homework using statistics about the Great Barrier Reef including: models, PowerPoints and fact cards. An example of our homework, completed by Cameron McCaffray, is available to look at in the link below. In maths this week, we have been looking at more adding and subtracting using the column method. We are becoming more confident using written methods to solve problems and are looking forward to our…big maths test on Friday. In GPS we have been looking at relative clauses, why don’t you ask us to show you one when we get home? We have been enjoying our lessons in PE with Mr Ghosh, Miss Sadler and Mr Magnus. We have been working on improving our team games and football and basketball skills. This week, we learnt all about the Power-of-one and how we can stop bullying in our school by changing our own behaviour. We are going to be completing some follow up work on this ready for Anti-Bullying week next week. We learnt that there are 3 types of bullying: cyber bullying, verbal bullying and physical bullying. Cameron, Carter and Jack also represented Lavender Class at the Sports Leader Training at Mountbatten Centre on Tuesday. They participated in different activities and received a pack of resources to enable them to be sports leaders within Highbury Primary School. We are very proud of them!
By Lavender Class
Class Update – 1.11.17
Languages week (Lavender Class)
Last term in language’s week, we learnt the Chinese language, Mandarin. We also learnt to count to ten and by the end of the week we could count to ten with no mistakes. Someone came in to talk to us who originally lived in Beijing, China and taught us how to write in Mandarin and told us about lots of temples and palace’s such as the ‘Summer Palace and Temple of Heaven’. We also are looking forward to finishing Kensuke’s Kingdom and also cooking our empanadas. We also enjoyed designing and making our terracotta warriors and making them. We all created such amazing sketches that took us half an hour of careful concentration. We all really enjoyed making our clay models, which are pictured below. In forest school, we all pretended to be stranded on a desert island and our teacher gave us a big sheet of tarpaulin and we all climbed up the trees and held it up. Then, we tied it to a tree and went inside and put down logs to sit on. Forest school is a very good outdoor lesson led by Mrs Fuller our lovely teacher. Last week, we also performed our amazing class assembly based on languages in the BBC breakfast news room. All the class had a country, city and three people from our class would talk about it. For example, Italy, Rome, France, Paris. With Miss Chadwick, we made mini great walls of china out of paper they were very hard but, we all got there in the end!
By Willow and Jaydon
Welcome to Lavender Class
Welcome to Year 5 and the Lovely Lavenders! Our class is taught by Miss Noice and Mrs Moore. We are a group of creative, eco-friendly, respectful children who love to learn and have fun. We enjoy developing our skills across the curriculum and learning about other religions and cultures. Our class is very active, fit and passionate which enables us to have a healthy competition where all are included in our PE lessons. We use a growth mindset to be determined to succeed in all subjects within school and to persevere with the challenges we find more difficult. Lovely Lavenders have a positive attitude at all times and strive to be positive about all our friends and classmates. We look after each other and praise each other’s learning with mutual respect by showing people we appreciate what they have done for us. We are proud to be Lovely Lavenders!
Lavender class have a quest,
From North, South, East to West,
Why don’t you just put us to the test?
And we will prove we are the best!