5B Blog 11.05.2020

Date: 11th May 2020 @ 9:34am

Good morning 5B, 

I hope you all had a lovely weekend and enjoyed the VE celebrations on Friday. How did you celebrate? Did your street have a party? I'd love to know! 

Thank you to everyone who took part in our TT battle last week! In the end we scored an excellent 42,438 but 5W took the lead with 49,935. This is the highest score I have ever seen on a battle! I am so proud of you all. Well done to James and Maisy who each scored over 11,000 points! Our top 5 this week are Maddie, Owen, James B, Jack M and Maisy. Well done! Thank you for your enthusiasm. I check each day who has been on TTR and I want to see you play at least 2 studio games a day to keep those times tables fresh in your mind!

Your home learning overview can be found on our class page. Simply go to 'Class Pages'; choose 5B and scroll down until you see 'Files to Download' - 'Year 5 Home Learning wb 11.05.20'. Have a look through all of the activities. If you have any questions, please reply to this blog or use Purple Mash 2Email. I also think you will particularly enjoy DT this week, where you will make a car! 

It was great to see so many of you sharing your work with each other last week. It really put a smile on my face seeing all the amazing work being posted on our class blog! You should all feel very proud. 

I am very much looking forward to seeing you all again on Zoom this week. We will send invitations to parent emails again, keep checking. I will also make a separate blog about Zoom this afternoon so keep a look out for that! 

Have a lovely day everyone. See you all soon on Zoom! 

Mrs Berry 

Post your comment

Jack M wrote:

hi guys!
I cant seem to get the worksheets for todays Maths session. Could you have a look please?
Thank you,
Jack M
xxx

Owen wrote:

Hi,everyone
I can't get on to the maths worksheets for this week summer term as well.

Reply to this thread

Scarlett and Maddie wrote:

Hi mrs Berry! We tried doing the maths but are work sheets were not on there please may you help .

Thank you

Reply to this thread

Cameron wrote:

Hi everyone!
Last week for VE day I made a Victoria sponge cake with a Union Jack.
Hope you are all Ok and keeping safe

Cameron

Reply to this thread

Mrs Berry wrote:

Hi 5B,

Unfortunately, White Rose are no longer providing the worksheets. I would suggest you continue to watch the video tutorials daily and make notes in your home learning books. Instead you could complete the non-computer-based tasks on your 'Year 5 Home Learning Pack' as there are worksheets available on there and set tasks.

BBC Bitesize are also offering home learning activities and videos that you could check out.

I hope this helps.

Mrs Berry

Ollie W wrote:

Hi Mrs Berry
I can still get the worksheets for wc 4th May but not wc 11th May.
Ollie

Reply to this thread

Ollie W wrote:

Hi everyone I hope you all had a good weekend and VE day. I loved to see Jack M on the news playing the last post! We had a great street party, did anyone else?

I am a writer by Joseph Coelho
Q: do you like this poem?
A: Yes, I like the way he describes everything with personification.
Hope you all have a great day.
Ollie

Reply to this thread

Charlotte wrote:

Hello! Here is my answer to the poem question
I think the poet might like his job and plays music as well because it says things like, 'I am the conversation of notes' and he talks about forming music from nothing which is like him starting a poem from nothing. He also mentions flutes and drums in the poem.
On VE Day we made bunting and cakes and sat on the front garden.

Reply to this thread

Bella wrote:

Hi everyone so far I have done art english and maths hope ur all safe bye ☆

Reply to this thread

Dylan Williams wrote:

I am a Writer
My Answer
I think the tone varies through the poem. It starts off wild with "the clash and collide of the stars" and then it begins to get calmer. Near the end of the poem it gets more tense and wild again as he mentions "drum, hit, beat and bang".

Reply to this thread

Jack M wrote:

Hi everyone. So far I have done some Maths, English and Spelling. I did the Last Post before the 2 minute silence. I sent it to my Brass Band and it has got 8k views! Also I made it onto Granada News!!!
Stay Safe,
Jack M
xxx

Reply to this thread

Scarlett wrote:

Thanks mrs Berry
Hi guys!
Hope you all are doing fine on our work that we have been doing.

Scarlett

Reply to this thread

Scarlett wrote:

The poem { I am a writer } for the four one I have put
I think the poem is for people who don’t have the biggest imagination and people who don’t really understand who they are yet.

Scarlett hope you like it mrs berry

Reply to this thread

Albie wrote:

Hi everyone!
Sorry I didn't get back to you on my river quiz questions here they are:
1 Answer: The river Tyne
2 Answer: The river Severn
3 Answer: The river Mersy
4 Answer: The river Bann
5 Answer: The river Dee
6 Answer: The river Tay
7 Answer:
A) Exe source (No)
B) Exe head (Yes)
C) Exe source (No)
8 Answer: The Thames
9 Answer: The Trent
10 Answer: The Clyde

Reply to this thread

Albie wrote:

Here is on e of my 'I am a writer' answers,
I think that this poem is written for young children that want to become authors and poets.

Take care,
Albie

Reply to this thread

Charlotte wrote:

This is my Planet mnemonic
My
Very
Educated
Manul
Jousted
Steve's
Useless
Newt
If you do not know what a Manul is just type it into Google it should come up!

Reply to this thread

Mason Probert wrote:

Hi everyone, hope you are ok

'I am a writer' Poem by Joseph Coelho
Q - Do you like this poem?

Yes I like this poem because I like that Jospeh Coelho brings objects and none human things to life.

Reply to this thread

Daniel wrote:

Hi guys we celebrated VE Day by by having a street party, playing music and eating scones and cakes. We had A LOT of fun.
Today I have done my maths followed by English and science. Here is my planet mnemonic.
My
Very
Eccentric
Mouse
Just
Somersaulted
Under
Nets

Stay Alert

Daniel

Reply to this thread

Ella wrote:

Hi guys,
both me and my mum made a sentence for the planets!
Mine:
Mindful, vultures, eat, my, jacket, spuds, using, nuzzles!
My Mums:
Make Violet eat more jelly soup until 9002!

I hope your all okay!
-Ella

Reply to this thread

Ollie W wrote:

Hi Guys
This morning I have made my balloon car. There is a video my mum has posted on Twitter. It goes really really far. I had great fun making it. We are going to do science this afternoon.
Hope you are all having a good day.
Ollie

Reply to this thread

Jack M wrote:

Hi everyone this is my mnemonic:
My
Velociraptor
Eats
Meat
Jumping
Statically
Under its
Nemesis
Stay Safe!
Jack M
xxx

Reply to this thread

Ollie W wrote:

Here is my mnemonics:

Many
Velociraptors
Eat
Monsters
Jollily
Sitting
Under
Newspapers

Reply to this thread

Albie wrote:

Hi everyone here is my planet mnomics game
My very exited Maggie just sat under nests
(Maggie is my cat)
Take care,
Albie

Reply to this thread

Isabelle Butler wrote:

hi everyone I just did an mnemonic in order of the planets it is
my for Mercury ,very for Venus , eager for Earth , mum for Mars , just for Jupiter , sat for Satern , under for Uranus , nothing for Neptune hope you like it

Reply to this thread

Albie wrote:

Here is my poem it is about a river

I walked along the fresh fragranced bed of flowers the river as still as can be.

I jumped onto a relaxing beach and began to doze off and sunbath. In my sleep I and a dream of rocks colliding on this stormy day which sounded like drums.

Then I woke up with a start and realised I was still in the tranquil boosting and flow of a watery kingdom once more.

I throw stones at logs imagining they are boats. An urge inside me said to jump in so I did.

As soon as I did so I regretted it. I suddenly felt like I was back in my dream, one million icy pins spiking me.

But what is that? Oh it is just a stick but as I got closer I realized that it was a rope swing. YES!

I grabbed on and balled my self up. Few! And my worries seemed to just disappear once more because I was on my tranquil beach once more.

Hope you all have a nice weekend!
Albie :-D

P.S Mrs Berry please don't put the first version of this because it was a mistake. I accidentally tapped 'post your reply' . Thank you!

Reply to this thread

Jack M wrote:

Hello everyone!
Today I have done my English and my Maths. Later on me and my dad are going on a bike ride to have a socially distanced chat. Also me, my dad and my sister are going to do some cricket practice!
Have a good rest of the day!
Stay Safe,
Jack M
xxx

Reply to this thread

Ollie W wrote:

Hi everyone
I hope you have all had a good day so far. Here is my poem about my garden, hope you like it.

A poem about my Garden:
A sea of green grass with a billion blades.
I leisurely swing in my lazy hammock.
My playful puppy dances in a world of his own.
I dip my toe in the shivering cold pool.
I jump uncontrollably on the bouncy trampoline.
I see a beautiful pergola with masses of sweet-smelling flowers.

I also just had a new maths work book delivered from.....? It was so nice to see someone from school :)

Reply to this thread

Dylan Williams wrote:

My Planets Mnemonic

Me and my mum made this up.

Many
Vegetarians
Eat
Meat
Just
Secretly
Under
Nachos

Reply to this thread

Albie wrote:

Hi people here are my results for my ultimate spinner test,
I had 4 different lengths of paper 15cm, 20cm, 25cm and 30cm the 20cm spinner worked best because it wasn't too big or too small. The 30cm spinner was too big because the air passed through it too easily same with the 25cm spinner. The 15cm spinner was too small because there wasn't enough surface area. But the 20cm spinner was just right.
Take care,
Albie
(•‿•)

Reply to this thread

Ella wrote:

Hello, here's my poem about a bedroom,
A free space,
A quiet kingdom,
An isolated palace,
A secretive den,
A cosy quarter,
A perfect place,
to play.
-Ella

Reply to this thread

Cameron wrote:

Hi everybody hope you’re doing fine.
Today I have done my rhyme for the order of the planets.

My
Very
Exquisite
Macaroni
Jam
Surprise
Upgraded
Noticeably

Have a nice weekend
Caneron

Reply to this thread

Charlotte wrote:

This is my poem:

The Playroom
I am sitting at a plain, white desk,
With hidden, dark drawers of imagination
Next to me is a beautiful, blue
sofa bed that creaks as you sit on it
The tall, ordinary bookshelf has
sensational stories waiting to be read
This is a private kingdom
for me and my friends
A magical, marvellous land
that has all the entertainment you could need
In this crazily creative workshop
with pens, pencils and glitter galore.

Hope you are all ok! Have a nice weekend 😊 🐱‍👤

Reply to this thread

Albie wrote:

Hi people here are my results for my ultimate spinner test,
I had 4 different lengths of paper 15cm, 20cm, 25cm and 30cm the 20cm spinner worked best because it wasn't too big or too small. The 30cm spinner was too big because the air passed through it too easily same with the 25cm spinner. The 15cm spinner was too small because there wasn't enough surface area. But the 20cm spinner was just right.
Take care,
Albie
(•‿•)

Reply to this thread

Contact the School

Middlewich Primary School

Park Road,
Middlewich, Cheshire
CW10 9BS


For general enquiries or paper copies of any information published on our website, please contact the School Bursar.

Main Contact: Mrs B. Stevens

Tel: 01606 652321
admin@middlewichpri.cheshire.sch.uk

SEN Contact: Mrs V. Williams