Hemlington Hall Academy

Year 5 Thursday 25th February

Unfortunately, due to Mrs Warner and Mrs Robinson both in school today, there won’t be any daily zooms apart from a brilliant schools zoom.  If you are stuck and need support, please message Mrs Lennon who will be monitoring Dojo.


Watch the following Maths video – Compare and Order 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.


Please read the short story of Jason and the Golden Fleece.  The task is to answer the retrieval questions independently.     Send the answers via your portfolio.


You should aim to finish your poem today.  Remember, you NEED to use figurative language and be able to tell us what figurative language you have used.  Please make sure you present your poem, like a poem and not a story.  If you have written your poem, you could even illustrate it for a bigger impact!


Create a mind map/poster of words, pictures and sentences of all the things you now know about the ancient Greeks based on the visit from the Greek lady. Then write 5 questions as to what you would now like to find out.

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