Hemlington Hall Academy

Year 5 Monday 12th March

Welcome to Year 5.

I know this may not be the way we would have liked to start the year but we are so pleased to have you all in Y5 with us.


This morning we would like you to start with PSHE. We would like to get to know you all a little better. Please complete the ‘Pieces of Me’ sheet below (or on class dojo portfolios).


For transition into year 5 we are focussing our work on the olympics and an artist. You are going to find out more about the artist this afternoon but first I would like you to create a self-portrait. This means I want you to draw/paint/collage/create a picture of yourself.


I want you to do some ‘Alphabet PE’ today. Can you spell your name? Can you find out the names of some of the countries involved in the olympics and spell those out using the exercises provided.


Our artist that we are going to look at is Picasso. I would like you to find out more about him. Watch this BBC clip to find out about him. Can you do some research to find out facts about him.

Create a mind map of all the information you can find about Picasso. Upload to your portfolio for dojo points.


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