Hemlington Hall Academy

Year 5 Monday 8th February


Watch the following Maths video – Fractions Greater than 1

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.


Last week you looked at silent letters in spellings.  This week you will be given a list of words with silent letters, you need to organise them into a grid to show which words have the same silent letter.  The worksheets are on Dojo.


Complete your spelling test on spelling frame (Science words – Properties of materials). Now practise Y5/6 rule 46 – ough words. Practise through the week so that you are ready for the test.


Today is the day when you finish your travel report.  Before you begin, please go back and read through what you have already written.  Reading it aloud is really helpful.  Try to spot any punctuation errors, and edit as you go.  Then, start your final subheading. 


Log into code.org using the details on your portfolio. Underneath conditionals section complete the lesson – 11. If/Else with bee

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