Year 5- Tuesday 23rd February
Maths- 75 minutes
Here is the video- remember it’s here to help so use it!
We’re continuing to learn about perimeter today, a 1d measurement of length (around the outside of a shape).
Now try this.
English- 90 minutes – Zoom at 11 o’clock
Here is the next picture from our new story. It shows Will and some of the other boys after their football match.
Think about what you can see. What do you think the boys are saying to each other?
Now read the text below.
Answer the following questions (we will go through these together in the Zoom session).
- Who was watching the football match?
- How do we know that the two teams got on and were friendly with each other?
- When do the opposing team say they will come back and beat Will’s team?
- How are the opposing team getting back to their village? What does this suggest about them?
- How might Will be feeling?
Now let’s look at what we know about Will from yesterday. Would you add anything to this or move any of the statements from yesterday?
Writing task – Write the next extract of Will’s diary. This should be based around details of what we have read and discussed today. This extract should follow straight on from the one written yesterday and should be around 50 – 100 words.
Science- 90 minutes- zoom at 2.00
Explain the difference between reversible and irreversible changes- you can use any way of presenting your work.
Spelling- 15 minutes
Can you put the words below into this table. I’ve done a few to help you…
Adjectives (describing a noun) Adverbs (describing a verb)
incredibly, horrible, forcible, possible, visibly, legibly, possibly, sensible, horribly, incredible , visible, sensibly
Spanish- 30 minutes
Today we’re going to find out about directions and places
Read through the website and have a go at the quiz.
Tell me where you are going
Translate my sentence (I’m also using the word quiero- which means I want)
Quiero ir a las tiendas y el cine.
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1)The line is 8cm long
3)there were 5 people more then at 14:00
4)the number quarter from one whole is 1
I’m doing the rest on paper
Hi Kristers, can you double check 2. What is 10 x 10 = to?
1. a. 9cm
2. a-8cm b-10cm shape B
3. i can’t i’m on pc
5. I’m on pc
7. it could be 24cm
Hi Kiran. Can you check through your answers. I’m not sure you have measured/counted all the way around the shapes.
Are you ok?
1 – 8cm
2 – 100
4 – 3 quarters
Great work Cody
Spanish task 2
Your Spanish translated, is I want to go to the shops and the movies.
The old men
2. they were changing and joking together and talking on the way to the village
3. after the war
4. by walking they’re most likely healthy and fit.
5. happy or sad depends if he won or he loss
Boys jumped around the net of the goal as the old men sat down next to the tree whilst they clapped, the bell at the top of the tall very tall church struck five. The game was over, so the two teams changed and joked around until the other team described “that we’ll beat you next game straight after the war so be ready.” And then they walked 5miles back to the village.
voy al skatepark
I want to go to the shops and the movies.
Quiero ir al skatepark de Radlands
I want to go to the shops and the movies.
I want to go to the shops and movies
Well translated Kiran.
Can you make up somewhere to go, or use quiero, like I did, to say where you’d like to go?
Fab work Alex
Great work Finlay
horrible, forcible, possible, sensible, incredible, visible
incredibly, visibly, legibly, possibly, horribly, sensibly
Excellent work Cody
your translate is for spanish is…
i want to go to the shops and the movie’s.
Quiero voy al cine en coche.
Quiero ir a las tiendas y el cine. – I want to go to the shops and the cinema.
Who was watching the football match? Some boys and men
How do we know that the two teams got on and were friendly with each other? Because they joked together
When do the opposing team say they will come back and beat Will’s team? After the war
How are the opposing team getting back to their village? Walking
What does this suggest about them? That they’re all good mates
How might Will be feeling? Happy and exhausted
Today we won the match 1-0 against the other team. It was good fun and we had a laugh with our friends. One of them even said they would beat us after the war. We’ll see if that’s true! Anyway, we had a bit of a laugh and a joke around until they had to walk home, which is five miles away! I went home, had some food and drink then chilled because I was so exhausted.
1) Small boy and old men.
2) “The two teams changed and joked together”.
3) After the war.
4) They walk and it suggests that they aren’t the richest.
5) Proud because he scored a goal and won the game
WE WON THE GAME, And I have scored the winning goal! The next match ‘after the war’ (it’ll probably be earlier) could be tighter so I should train with my team. After that I’ve got nothing to do except wait… Untill next year? Well I have to be prepared!
1) a) 12cm b) 22cm c) 22cm
7) 27cm. Yes, there are more answers
Can you check question 4 for me please?
Yes. 3+3=6 5+5=10 10+6=16cm
Great work Franek.
1. A group of small boys and a few old men were watching the football match.
2. As they were having jokes together.
3. After the war that was going on (most likely WW2)
4. By walking the five miles, this suggests that they were poor.
5. Happy and sad, he could be sad as he is poor or someone he knows had died, happy as he won the match.
I think I would move “he plays in a football team with his friends” to the second circle as we don’t know if they are his friends.
Continued diary-> After the match me, some of my friends and the opposing team had a little joke and had some fun. During the match the crowd was only a group of children and a few elderly people. The opposing team said that they will beat us after the war, but I didn’t think so. The opposing team started their 5 mile walk home and so did my team.
After the game my teammates and me sat on the nearby treestump with the other team joking and talking about the game, We all talked about the winning goal I had scored , the other team had to travel home 5 miles by walking and as they was leaving they joked that they would come back and beat us next time .
Well done Franek
I think the boys that are standing away from them want to join in but they can’t because
They might want to be on the football theam but they are not
Aloud to join in
Good point. Perhaps they are not old enough yet but really want to be like Will and his friends?
I have done my Spanish below I will send all my work on paper for yesterday and today over on email
Task 1- 3 out of 4
Task 2- Me voy al parque
Task 3-I want to go to the shops and the movies.
Have fun at the park Finlay!
Great work, I’ll look forward to seeing it.
2. because when they were ready to go they laughed and talked
3. when the clock struck midnight
For Q1, who are the supporters exactly? What do we know about them?
For Q3, the opposing team say that they want to come back “after the war”.
For Q4, they are walking back to their village. How far is this and what does it say about them?
Who was watching the football match? Two men or Children
How do we know that the two teams got on and were friendly with each other?
They were all laughing and getting changed together after the match
When do the opposing team say they will come back and beat Will’s team? They will come back After the war
How are the opposing team getting back to their village? What does this suggest about them? They are walking and it suggests they are all very fit
How might Will be feeling? Proud his team won and Excited to play again
Good work Finlay.
Why do you think the young boys and old men who are watching the boys play football might be important?
1. Who was watching the football match?
2. How do we know that the two teams got on and were friendly with each other?
Because no one got injured and were all fine.
3. When do the opposing team say they will come back and beat Will’s team?
At the end because they can improve after.
4. How are the opposing team getting back to their village? What does this suggest about them?
That they are not rich due to the village.
5. How might Will be feeling?
Will might be feeling Excited due to the amazing time he had in the match.
Inner- It is fine but ‘he is a teenager’ is now moved to the second layer.
Outer- ‘He goes to church’ is now in the Second layer and ‘He is imaginative’ is in the middle.
For Q1, who exactly was watching the match? It does tell us in the text.
For Q2, the boys also laugh and talk together.
For Q3, they talk about coming back after the war.
For Q4, how do you you know they are not rich? Walking might well be the only way they had to travel.
Keep up the good work.
Adjectives- horrible, forcible, possible, sensible, incredible and visible
Adverb- incredibly, visibly, legibly, possibly, horribly, sensibly
Great work Hargun
I want to go to the shops and the movies.-Spanish
4) three quarters
A)8 cc m
6) 18 cm
can you check the answers for your Maths. Are you measuring all the way around the shapes?
ive sent u my some maths and the morning task and about will
on office 36
While imagining, I thought about what happened and for my future. The opposing team looked revengeful to play. Well even though I was exhausted, the opposing team looked like that they could play more but I appeared as that it was getting late. As we took a rest, we changed and helped our self. Later on, we played and enjoyed. As soon it was time, the church struck 5o’ clock. Before the opposing team left they smiled and looked at the log we sat on and went. I thought that one day it will get better.
This is a good effort but what do you mean by “one day it will get better”?
Do you think that Will is unhappy?
1. A boy younger then the Bill and old people
2. the two teams changed and joked together
3. Can you help me with this?
4. They walk back to the village and that means they are not the richest
5. Really happy because he scored a goal and he played with his friends
For question 3, they say something about coming back “after the war”…
For Q4, it may well be that they had to walk as this was the only way for them to travel at the time. It doesn’t necessarily mean that they are poor.
1) Old men and 2 children.
2) they changed and joked together
3) after the war
Just double checking, the left side is adverbs, not verbs.
Can you check the spelling of the last adjective for me?
i can see wills freinds and him resting, after there football match.
1. some boys and some old men
2. they werent
3. when the game was over
4. walking it means they dont have transportation exept walking
will and his freinds sat down on a rock and rested they were exausted after the match the opposing team were obviously jealous because one of them said next time you wont be so lucky and sneered
then they walked back to the village then wills team walked back too.
Voy al colegio en coche.
Quiero ir a las tiendas y el cine.
I want to go to the shops and cinema.
The difference between reversible and irreversible is that one can be changed into it’s previous form. The other can’t be changed back into it’s previous form.
For example water can be changed into ice then it can be turned back into water. Then if you had bread you can heat it up and it will become toast, you can’t turn it back into bread.
Well done Owen, so water into ice is reversible, bread into toast is reversible!
Adjectives- horrible, forcible, possible,
Adverb- incredibly, visibly, legibly, possibly,
Great work Rihanna
A) 12 cm
b) 22 cm
c) 22 cm again
shape a has the greatest perimeter as it is 17 cm and b is 15 cm.
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Bonus marks for creative use of the keyboard!!!!
voy el parque ( done it after lunch )
I want to go to the shops and the cinema
I hope you had fun at the park.
Fab work Owen
Math work sheet
a. 12 cm
b. 22 cm
c. 22 cm
A – has the greatest perimeter
4. 27 cm
6. 18 cm
7. 26 cm
Yes there could be another answer
Great work Mia
English 50-100 words
The church clock struck five and the game was over. I was happy as I scored the winning goal but was too exhausted to celebrate . My friends and I took shelter under a tree to get out of the burning sun and have a drink of water. We all was joking and laughing and the opposing team said they will beat is next time. I then packed up my football kit and stared to walk the five miles home, but I was not sure if my feet could carry me there.