Hemlington Hall Academy

Year 5 Monday 25th January


Watch the following Maths video – Multiply 4-digits by 2-digits (Basic Practice)

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 ClassDojo and in portfolios.


Last week, we looked at what a relative clause is.  Today, watch the video and practise inserting your own relative clauses.  Then, there is a task where you need to add a relative clause to the main clause.



Today, our focus turns to Passepartout and what has happened to him so far in the story.  What emotions might he have experienced?

Make a quick list of all the experiences Passepartout has been through so far during the story.

The reason for this is we are going to be writing a letter this week, If you have made your list, this can form the basis of making sure you don’t forget something important which has happened. Remember, Passepartout could not communicate via telephone, text or social media, therefore, he will have a lot to write about!   You will have two writing lessons to finish this.


Log into code.org using the details on your portfolio. Underneath sequencing section complete the lesson – 3. Debugging with scrat

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