Hemlington Hall Academy

Year 5 Monday 22nd February


Watch the following Maths video – Number Sequences

Remember to stop the video to answer the questions and to complete the questions on the worksheet when asked.

Worksheet available as a pdf on Class Dojo in portfolios.


Join the Zoom this morning to discuss figurative language.  Some of it, like similes and metaphors you will already know, but today we will look at phrases to decide what type of figurative language it is. 


Complete your spelling test on spelling frame of 8 of the ough words so that we can see your score. Next week you will be tested on some more ough words so continue to practise ‘Y5/6 rule 46 – ough words’.


Today we begin an exciting new term, studying The Greeks.  In this first week of lessons we will be focusing on learning about the Greek Gods and mythical stories and poems.  We will begin with a poem called The Olympians.  What is its purpose?  Who is the audience?  Why is this poem a good introduction to learn about the Gods?

Look at the power point, read the poem and answer the questions. 



Watch Lesson 1 of the Oak Academy lessons linked to Forces – follow link. This will recap with you what forces are and what effect they have. It will also teach you what a contact/non-contact force is. Complete the activities in your dojo portfolio which are the activities discussed throughout the video.

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