Welcome to Leopard's Class home learning page.
Please note that content will be available via your child's Airhead in OneNote where your child can interact with the lessons and be provided with comments and feedback.
Friday 22nd May
All of your work is online for today on OneNote.
In maths, it is times tables day. Spend some time practising your times tables and then use the TTRS grid or make your own to test your times tables knowledge. Look for which ones you have found tricky and try to improve them for next week.
In English, I would like you to write one last email today. Choose whether you are going to make it formal or informal and use your checklist to edit and improve when you have finished.
Please remember to spend time on your spellings and handwriting using your home learning packs. Also make sure you are regularly on Reading Eggs and TTRS if you can!
I hope you all have a lovely half term.
Thursday 21st May
Your work has all been uploaded to OneNote.
In maths, I would like you to repeat the same task as yesterday, but with division. Think of all of the words and phrases that mean you will need to divide and write them down. Then write three division (4 digit divided by 1 digit) calculations and solve them. Write a word problem to go with each calculation.
In English, we are still looking at the difference between formal and informal. Can you write your own checklist for both types? Use this to write an email and challenge a family member to decide whether your email is formal or informal.
Remember to continue with your art work. I can't wait to see your amazing work inspired by Andy Warhol.
Wednesday 20th May
All of your work is on OneNote for you for today.
In maths, I would like you to repeat the same task as yesterday, but with multiplication. Think of all of the words and phrases that mean you will need to multiply and write them down. Then write three multiplication (4 digit x 2 digit) calculations and solve them. Write a word problem to go with each calculation.
In English, I would like you to write a formal email. This could be to me or another adult at school, a thank you email to staff or volunteers at a club that you attend or to a shop. Remember not to send it, unless an adult has okayed it first.
Continue with your art work. You should be finishing drawing today so that it is ready to colour over the next two days.
Tuesday 19th May
Your work is on OneNote, ready to go.
In Maths, I would like you to continue thinking about work problems. Today I would like you to focus on subtraction. Write down as many ways as you can think of that tells the reader that it is an subtraction calculation in a word problem. Then, write three subtraction calculations (with their answers) and write your own word problems to go with them.
In English, look through the 'How to write an email' presentation again (below) and write an informal email to a friend. It would be great if you could actually send it, but check with your adults first.
Continue with you art work, you should now know who Andy Warhol is and about his most famous work.
Monday 18th May
I hope you all had a lovely weekend! Your work is all on OneNote ready for you.
For maths today I would like you to focus on word problems with addition calculations. Write down as many ways as you can think of that tells the reader that it is an addition calculation in a word problem. Then, write three addition calculations (with their answers) and write your own word problems to go with them.
In English today, We are looking at formal and informal writing. There is a document in the downloads below for you to look through with a sorting task. If you cannot access this, think about some of the reasons you might send an email and how they might sound different.
This week in topic, we are focusing on art. Over the course of the week research Andy Warhol and try to recreate some of his work. When you feel confident, try a picture of your own in his style.
Remember to still be practising your spellings, hand writing and times tables regularly too.
Friday 15th May
All of your work is on OneNote for you today.
In maths, it is times tables day. Spend some time practising your times tables and then use the TTRS grid or make your own to test your times tables knowledge. Look for which ones you have found tricky and try to improve them for next week.
In English, today is the day for finishing your warning tale. Make sure that you read your work through to check that it makes sense and to add any missing punctuation. I would love to read your tales if you can get your grown-up to email it to me.
You also should be coming to the end of your non-chronological report on a Non-European country today. I can't wait to see what you can teach me about the country of your choice!
Remember to spend some time reading. This is so important to keep expanding your imagination, vocabulary and range of punctuation.
Thursday 14th May
All of your work has been uploaded for today. Also, head over to our Teams Home Learning chat today to sign up for one of our group calls for next week. You just need to leave a comment on the chat page and I will message back tomorrow with everyone's times.
In maths today, we are looking at fractions with different denominators. I have a question I would like you to investigate today. Can you only add or subtract fractions if their denominators are multiples of the same number? Try to support your answer with lots of examples.
In English, continue with your warning tale. Think about how you want your reader to feel at each point in your story. What have you done as an author to make the reader feel that way?
Remember to continue with this week's topic work and spend some time on Reading Eggs and TTRS if you can.
Wednesday 13th May
All of your work has been put onto OneNote for today.
In Maths, our focus is on converting improper fractions to mixed numbers. Have a look at the downloads to see a poster reminding you what this is. Try to create some of your improper fractions and convert them to mixed numbers today.
In English, I would like you to start writing your warning tale. Write the first two paragraphs, making sure you include a super character and setting description and the warning that will be ignored.
Keep up the great topic work too, these reports on Non-European countries are looking fab!
Tuesday 12th May
All of your work is OneNote for today.
Your focus for maths today is equivalent fractions. Your challenge for today is to draw bar models to show different equivalent fractions.
In English, I would like you to draw a story map for your own warning tale. Remember to include key vocabulary.
Please continue to research and write your non-chronological report for topic. I have seen some fantastic starts of these.
Monday 11th May
Good morning Year 5, I hope you had a lovely bank holiday weekend.
All of your work is available for you on OneNote for today.
Maths today is looking at perimeter. Challenge yourself by drawing your own shapes accurately with a ruler, measuring them as you go. How many shapes can you make with a perimeter of 25cm?
In English, I would like you to look at the model text of a warning tale, which you can download below, and create a story map with key vocabulary.
In topic this week, I would like you to research a Non-European country and produce a non-chronological report about it. You may wish to include information about the language, culture, religion, climate, major towns and cities and what ever else you think might interest your reader. This should take you all week to do in detail. I look forward to seeing them on Friday!
Remember to go through your spellings that were sent home regularly, practising your handwriting as you write them out.
Thursday 7th May
Good morning Year 5! Your work is all on OneNote waiting for you. Make sure you also spend some time going back over your feedback and looking at your next steps.
In maths, today's focus is division. If you can get online, look at this lesson https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/ (week 3, lesson 4). If you are working on paper, practise working out the area and perimeter of some shapes/objects around your home.
In English, continue with your story today. Focus on including some dialogue to move your story on, as well as all the other features you know to include to write a super story. I would love to read your finished stories if you can email them or send it through Teams.
Tomorrow is VE Day and a bank holiday for us, so as part of your topic, finalise any preparations you need for your VE Day party at home. It would be great if you went ahead and had your party tomorrow if you can! Don't worry if not though, you have done a great learning job by organising one!
Wednesday 6th May
OneNote has been update with all of your work for today.
In maths, today's focus is division. If you can get online, look at this lesson https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/ (week 3, lesson 3). If you are working on paper, practise some division using bus stop method.
In English, write an exciting story starter for your character. Make sure your openeing paragraph makes the reader want to read more.
For topic today, continue to plan your party. Think about decorations and invitations. You could make some Union Jack bunting. I would love to see some photos if you do!
Tuesday 5th May
All of your work is on OneNote for today. Well done to those of you who are completing your work on there, you are all doing a super job!
In maths, we are still looking at multiplication. If you can get online, look at this lesson https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/ (week 3, lesson 2). If you are working on paper, practise some 4 digit x 2 digit (eg. 2718 x 32). Remember to use the layout below.
In English, draw and label a character who would inhabit the setting your described yesterday. Write a character description making sure that you include expanded noun phrases and similes.
In topic, continuing from yesterday's work, I would like you to start to plan your own stay at home VE party. Can you think of any traditional games you could play? What food would you serve? What music would be playing? Try to keep to the VE theme by sticking to what would have been popular 75 years ago.
Monday 4th May
Hello Year 5! Your work is all on OneNote for this week.
In maths, focus today of multiplication. If you can get online, look at this lesson https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/. If you are working on paper, practise some 2 digit x 2 digit (eg. 18 x 32). Can you show your multiplications in different ways?
For English this week, I would like you to focus on narrative writing. Today I would like you to find a picture (this could be in a book, magazine or online) that you can write a setting description about. Remember that great descriptions include all of you senses and descriptive language.
For topic this week, I would like to focus on VE day celebrations. Today, concentrate on finding out what VE day is and why we celebrate.
Friday 1st May
Good morning Year 5! Your work is all on OneNote waiting for you.
For maths today, I would like you to solve the word problems that you wrote yesterday. I hope you remembered to write some two-step problems! As it is Friday, today is times tables day. I have put the TTRS times tables grids for 'quicker-for-a-sticker' in the downloads on this page, but it is easy for you to create your own. You could always challenge your family to a game of fizz-buzz or last man standing.
For English, please complete, edit and improve your non-chronological report. Does yours include everything that the model text does?
Try to complete any of your outstanding topic work from this week. If you have any spare time, remember to get logged on to TTRS, Reading Eggs and any other educational games.
Thursday 30th April
All of your work for today has been uploaded to OneNote.
For maths today, I would like you to write your own real-life word problems that include adding and subtracting numbers decimals. See if you can write at least one two-step problem (where you need to solve two calculations to get to the answer).
In English, continue with your non-chronological report, ensuring that you use the sub-headings from the WAGOLL to guide you.
For topic, I would like you to plan a journey into space. What planet would you visit? How long would it take you to get there? What special equipment would you need to survive? Be as inventive and imaginative as you can.
Wednesday 29th April
OneNote has all of your work for today.
For maths today, I would like you to think of when in the real world you would need to use decimals. Can you come up with ten examples of when you might use them and why rounding to the nearest whole number would not be enough?
In English, I would like you to start your own non-chronological report about your fictional beast. Remember to stay as closely as you can to the model text.
For topic, I would like you to research British astronauts. Find out what you can about either Helen Sharman or Tim Peake. Choose 5 fun facts to share with your family.
Tuesday 28th April
Your work for today is all on OneNote. Also, keep looking at all of your friend's contributions to our Space topic in the Collaboration Space.
For maths today, use your place value chart that you made yesterday to create values which include ones, tenths and hundredths. Put a value on your chart and practise adding and subtracting (including exchanging). Can you represent what you have dome by writing down the calculation?
After reading about the liosp (an insect that is half lion, half wasp), I would like you to create your own half and half animal today. Draw it carefully and neatly, adding lots of detail and label it. Remember to give it a name which combines the names of the animals it is made up of.
If you can, do some research on the ISS. Try and answer the following questions:
1. What is it?
2. How old is it?
3. What is it's purpose?
4. Who is currently onboard?
5. Why do you think it is important?
Monday 27th April
Your work for today is all on OneNote, including a group task in the Collaboration Space. If you are unsure where this is, I have put a link to it on today's topic page.
In maths today, I would like you to create you own place value grid with ones, tenths and hundredths. Use counters (these could be pennies, buttons, stones, etc.) to create different values by placing them in different places on your grid. Write down each value. Challenge yourself using 7 counters and creating the largest and smallest value. Repeat with different amounts of counters.
There is a new model text below - a non-chronological report about a fictional beast called a liosp. Look through this today and see if you can spot all of it's features and the Year 5 grammar and punctuation.
For Science, I have some questions that I would like you to find out the answers to today:
1. Which planets have moons?
2. Which planets have rings?
3. What are the colours of the different planets?
4. What is a moon?
5. What is a ring of a planet?
Friday 24th April
Happy Friday Year 5! If you are working online, it is all there on OneNote for you. I am looking forward to seeing your topic work and the edited and improved version of your product review!
There is no daily maths blast today - keeping to our class tradition of a Just Dance video instead on a Friday! Shhh, don't tell anyone!
If you are working on paper, I would love it if you could send in copies of your work by either uploading it to OneNote or getting your grown-up to email it to me. If not, do not worry, as long as you are doing what you can and trying your best, we are happy!
Today is times tables day. I have put the TTRS times tables grids for 'quicker-for-a-sticker' in the downloads on this page, but it is easy for you to create your own. You could always challenge your family to a game of fizz-buzz or last man standing.
In English, you should be completing your final version of your product review, ensuring you have all the features from the WAGOLL.
Remember to read lots, practise your spellings and handwriting. If you can get online, try some of the educational websites that are suggested just above where you select Year 5 on this page.
Thursday 23rd April
All of your work in online waiting for you to do have your best go! Please remember to do your topic work, which came to you as an assignment in Teams. You can either find it in the Home Learning Chat channel or by clicking on the assignments icon in Teams.
Your daily maths blast can be accessed here - it is great to see our average score for the class increasing! Well done Year 5! Today, I would like you to create your own calculations with decimals (tenths, hundredths and thousandths if you fancy a challenge) that equal more than one. For example, 0.68 + 0.74.
In English, please continue with your product review. Today should be your last day for writing as tomorrow will focus on ensuring you have all the elements and features of the WAGOLL.
For topic, please complete your leaflets if you have not already. It would be lovely to see some cloud art work to complement your leaflets. You can be as creative as you like. You could paint, print using sponges or potatoes, make a collage or any other great idea that you can think of. It would be super if you could take a photo of your creation and share it with us.
Please remember to keep reading, practising your times tables, spellings and handwriting.
Wednesday 22nd April
OneNote has all of your work on it for today. Your writing task and topic task are both now continuing for the rest of this week so make sure you continue to do them daily.
You daily maths blast is here and I can see children accessing this who are not working on OneNote, so thank you to you - I can see your hard work! We are still looking at tenths and hundredths today so today's challenge is to write ten calculations (addition and subtraction) with answers that are less than one. Can you also write the inverse calculation?
In English, please carry on with your product review - ensuring that you use the features of the WAGOLL when they use them. Remember you are talking about you product as if the reader has never seen it before.
Please start to produce your own leaflet on clouds. Try to remember all the features of a leaflet that make it interesting to the reader.
Tuesday 21st April
All of your work is on OneNote today and I have also set an assignment through Teams. Make sure you look on Teams for more instructions.
Your daily maths blast is here and in maths today we are looking at subtracting decimals (tenths and hundredths). Can you create and solve ten subtraction calculations that include decimals?
In English, I would like to you to to start creating your own product review using the WAGOLL Product Review. Remember to stick closely to it. You can review a product or toy that you already have or one you would really like. Just make sure you choose a product that you have enough information to continue writing all of this week. Remember to edit and improve as you go!
Make sure you have had a look at the lockdown reflections sheet below and filled this out as thoughtfully as you can. There is also a PowerPoint about clouds, which I would like you to read through and start planning your own information leaflet about.
Monday 20th April
All of your work has been put onto OneNote for you to access. Remember, if you can, this is the best way to access your work as I can see it and respond to it. Today you will find English, Maths, Maths Blast, PaG, Guided Reading and PSHE work to keep you busy!
If you are unable to access OneNote, you can access today's Maths Blast (in a mobile friendly format) here. In Maths, we are revisiting decimals (tenths and hundredths). I challenge you to see how many ways you can make exactly one. How will you make sure you have them all? Can you represent them as a bar model?
For English today, I would like to familiarise yourself with the WAGOLL Model Text that is below about a product review. I have included the annotated version so be sure that you understand all of the features. Can you think of three questions you would like to ask before purchasing the bike?
As part of PSHE, I would like you to complete a reflections about lock down sheet that is also below.
Thursday 2nd April
Your work is all on OneNote just waiting to be completed. This would have been your last day at school for this term, but there is work on there for Friday too - just incase you wish to do it.
Your daily maths blast can be found here. Today we are revisiting our work on statistics. See if you can create your own data to draw a graph from. A possible activity could be walking for 10 minutes, counting how many steps you do in each minute and creating a line graph of your total steps.
In English, finish your biography and edit and improve it. Compare yours to the model text to ensure you have included all of the necessary features.
Make sure you are still practising your spellings and handwriting that were sent home.
I am looking forward to seeing more of your topic work about Easter today.
Wednesday 1st April
Hello Year 5! Your work is on OneNote for today. It is great to see so many of you accessing this and responding to your feedback.
Today's maths blast can be accessed here. We are revisiting our work on area and perimeter today. At home, you can take measurements of items or rooms around your house or garden. You can work out the area and perimeter using mm, cm or m as required.
For English, I would like you to use your model text to write your own biography. In OneNote, we are writing about Lucien Silver, but you can write about any character or person that interests you. Just make sure that you stick closely to the features in the model text.
Please continue with your Easter topic work.
Tuesday 31st March
Your work is all ready and waiting for you to do your best on OneNote. Please remember to check all tabs.
Your maths blast is here for you to access. It is mobile phone friendly - you just need your school email address and password. We are focusing on place value today, so see if you can make your own number cards. Pick 4 cards and see what are the biggest and smallest numbers you can make. Challenge yourself by including decimals. What other activities can you do with your cards?
Following on from yesterday's English, read through the annotated biography that is at the bottom of the page. Compare this to the one you had yesterday. Did you manage to find any features that are not highlighted on the new version? What did you miss? If there is anything you are unsure about, see if you can look it up or ask a grown-up.
Please continue with any Easter topic work. I have already had some great examples sent to me, so thank you!
Monday 30th March
Good morning Year 5! If you are accessing your work on OneNote, it is all there ready and waiting. Please make sure you go back onto completed pages to check your feedback.
If you are not able to access OneNote. Try out this maths blast. It should work on mobile phones too. We are focusing on addition and subtraction today so try generating your own numbers to add and subtract. Can you write and solve your own worded addition and subtraction problems?
Your writing task for today is to look at our model text on a biography and highlight all of the features you can find. You will find as an attachment at the bottom of this page.
In topic, spend this week learning about Easter. You can present your work in any way you choose.
Here are some suggestions of things you could do:
Design an Easter card with either a pop-up or moving part
Create a sway about Easter traditions in other countries
A newspaper report telling the Easter story as a reporter who was there
Decorate hard boiled eggs or make salt dough eggs and decorate
Retell the Easter story but in a modern setting
Write a fact file about Jesus' 12 disciples
Or any other ideas you would like to do...
Friday 27th March
Work for today has been uploaded to OneNote - make sure you are checking in each section.
If you are not working on OneNote, today is the day you complete your chapter for the Nowhere Emporium. How do Ellie and Daniel get our of your Wonder safely? Remember to always read through to edit and improve your work.
Focus on times tables today for your maths. You could write out your own 'quicker for a sticker' times table grid and time how long it takes you to complete it.
You should also be finishing your project on the Vikings today, ensuring you have included key dates, important people and information about how the Vikings lived.
Thursday 26th March
Thank you to all of you who are using OneNote and working so hard at home. Your work is all on there for today. Make sure that you do go back and look at your feedback, it will help you to improve.
For those of you not accessing OneNote, feel free to email any work that you have done (as photos or documents) as I would love to see it.
Today, please continue with your chapter of the Nowhere Emporium - you are now at the part where there is a dilemma. What danger will Daniel and Ellie come across in your Wonder? Do not let them escape yet, that is for tomorrow's writing!
For Maths, please complete a further 2 pages of your book. You could also challenge your adults or siblings to a game of fizzbuzz.
Use your Year 5/6 spelling words to write 5 'wow' sentences using a range of clauses and conjunctions.
Instead of TTRockStars and Reading Eggs, set yourself a physical challenge for today. You could set up a mini circuit or time how many of each exercise you can do in one minute.
Make sure you are taking some time to enjoy reading your books too.
Wednesday 25th March
All of your work has been uploaded to OneNote. Please work on here if you can as we are able to give feedback on your work.
If you are using your home learning pack, continue with the next paragraph of your chapter of the Nowhere Emporium. In this section, have Ellie and Daniel enjoying the Wonder. All is going well but try to give the reader a clue that it might not stay that way. Please complete another 2 pages of your maths book, do 30 minutes Reading Eggs and continue your project on the Vikings.
Tuesday 24th March
If you look in OneNote, there are tasks for English, Maths Blast, Maths, PaG and Guided Reading.
If you are using your home learning pack, using yesterday's description of a room in the Book of Wonders, write the beginning of a new chapter where Daniel and Ellie discover your room in the Emporium. Only go as far as them discovering the room and describing it, we will do the rest during the week. Please complete another 2 pages of your maths book, do 30 minutes of TTRockStars and continue with your project on Vikings.
Monday 23rd March
In OneNote today you will find your English, Maths Blast, Maths, PaG and Guided Reading all for today. There is also a topic task to keep you busy for the week.
If you are unable to access OneNote for any reason, please contact the school and we will try our best to help.
If you are working using your home learning pack instead of OneNote, please write a setting description of what your room in the Book of Wonders would look like, complete 2 pages of your maths book, read for 30 minutes (either your own book or on reading eggs) and start your own research project on the Vikings.
Friday 20th March
Today's work has been shared with you on OneNote.
If you are unable to access OneNote, please complete 2 pages of your Maths book. If you are unsure what to do on any page, try to look up a video on YouTube to help you. There are some great videos online.
In your writing book, I would like you to write a pledge (promise) on what you are going to do each school day that you are off.
Spend 20 minutes on TTRockStars and Reading Eggs. Can you find any good books about 1066?
Thursday 19th March
You will find today's work for English, PaG and Maths in OneNote. The next chapter of The Nowhere Emporium is also there for you to read. You can use the immersive reader to have it read to you.
Please also make use of Reading Eggs and TTRockStars.
Wednesday 18th March
Please look in your OneNote to find your work for today in English, PaG and Maths. Go into your own tab, select the subject and then today's date. You can also read the next part of The Nowhere Emporium in the Guided Reading section.
All children in Year 5 are able to access their OneNote at school, if this is not the case at home, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will talk you through how to access OneNote at home.