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Home Learning Timetable-Week 2 (W.C. 30.03.20)
Hi Class 9!
Hope you and your families are well and had a good week! Here is the work for next week, I will also upload some extra things if you want more to do! Don't forget to email what you are getting up to if you can! Y5@woodlands.academy
Missing you all,
Miss Cunningham :)
General Writing Skills Help
Home Learning Week 1 (W.C. 23.03.20) Writing Resources
Home Learning Week 1 (W.C. 23.03.20) Reading Resources
Home Learning Week 1 (W.C. 23.03.20) Maths Resources
Home Learning Week 1 (W.C. 23.03.20) Timetable
Random workouts throughout the day in support of Sport Relief, thanks to The Body Coach, Joe Wicks
5 Minute Workout during registration in support of Sport Relief
Looking for hidden clues in the outdoor classroom!
Clues found, back to classroom to solve the task in our teams...
From teams to working as a class to put or work together.
Spelling to be tested Friday 7th February
Spellings-To be tested Friday 31st January
Spellings-To be tested Friday 24th January
Great morning with Lab Rascals!
Changing acids and alkalies
Experimenting with dry ice!
Having fun with Lab Rascals!
Having a go at some drama, creating freeze frames from our book, 'Snow Leopard'
Spellings-To be tested Friday 17th January
Presenting our research about the Himalayas and Himalayan myths to the rest of the class
Spring Term Homework (Frozen Kingdom) Aim to do three pieces before the Easter break! Dojos will be awarded for each piece.
Painting Christmas cards
Making ancient Egyptian amulets
Tasting the honey bread, which we made!
A few photos of our fantastic outfits on our dress up day, celebrating our project on Ancient Egyptians!
Tasting some Egyptian inspired food!
Exploring prime numbers in maths 01.11.19
Great morning at Bradley Pitches for the Tag Rugby Festival
Teagan and Keylan. Winning awards from the Pivotal Skills coaches for their sportsmanship and skills at the Tag Rugby Festival
Some Egyptian flatbread that Amber made for her homework
Class 9 Tag Rugby Festival 15.10.19
Taking part in an archaeological dig at The Collection, Lincoln
Learning about mummification at The Collection, Lincoln
Homework for the Autumn Term (We would like to see a minimum of three pieces completed throughout the term)
WELCOME TO OUR CLASS PAGE 2019 - 2020
WE WILL BE UPDATING THIS PAGE REGULARLY - WE HOPE YOU ENJOY LOOKING AT OUR PAGE.
Just wanted to say a massive thank you and well done to Class 9 this year (a few missing today on here). Also a massive thank you to parents and families for your continued support throughout the year. You've been a fantastic bunch of children to work with, I am so proud at how far you have come and it has been so lovely to see you all develop and mature. I wish you all the best in Year 6. Have an amazing holiday and stay safe! Miss Cunningham x
Some art and science during our activity day at Wintringham
Spellings for this week, to be tested on Friday 12th July are:
Spellings for this week, to be tested on Friday 5th July are:
Exploring volume of solids
Spellings for this week, to be tested 28.06.19 are:
We tested our reactions in science this week. We did the "ruler-drop" investigation and worked out averages. We were investigating if our reactions were slower whilst being distracted!
During maths this week, we estimated and found out how many of the class could fit inside a square metre. We managed 15, more than expected! We must be small!
Creating posters about reactions in the outdoor classroom with Class 10
Investigating the area of rectangles this week
Activity Day at Oasis Academy Wintringham
Year 5 have been invited to spend the day at Oasis Academy Wintringham on Wednesday 10th July. It was a huge success last year. The activity day is for all children regardless of which secondary school you wish to send them to. For further details please see the letter which was sent home. (A copy can also be found in the letters section of our website.)
An arty afternoon, improving our skills using watercolours.
The spellings for this week, to be tested Friday 17th May are:
A couple from our trip to Ormiston, making Viking longboats
Spellings for this week, to be tested Friday 10th May are:
Time Traveller Homework (Summer Term)
A fantastic effort with Easter bonnets! Well done guys!!
Finding features which make a good non-chronological report
Our session with athlete Joe Roebuck
World Book Day
Being very brave and meeting a snake!
Beast Creator Homework Ideas
Spellings for this week (to be tested on Friday 15th February) are:
Chloe talking us through her fantastic piece of homework. Well done Chloe!
Some pictures from a really positive lesson this week, where the children took the lead and led the lesson themselves. They had really mature attitudes, were able to organise each other, take votes and compromise. Well done Class 9!
Spellings for this week, to be tested 1st February:
A few pictures from our project launch at the National Space Centre 10.01.19
Summer-Mae was our golden book winner for this week, 7.12.18. For always participating and trying really hard during Christmas rehearsals.
Our golden book winner, Isabel, for 30.11.18! For her positive attitude towards testing.
This week's spellings, to be tested on Friday 30th November are:
Our Golden Book winner for 23.11.18! A very smiley Miley. For her consistent good behaviour and friendliness during break and lunchtimes.
Our school councillors, Saffron and Brooklyn, discussing the points from their latest school council meeting and getting feedback from the class to be raised at the next meeting.
Critiquing each other's English. We gave feedback to each other about what we thought our peers had done well in their writing and what would improve it when writing a second draft. 20.11.18
Exploring prime numbers, 19.11.18
Our golden book winner for 16.11.18! Well done Amber, for fantastic efforts within homework. She even went to the effort of contacting the Assay Office in Sheffield, who sent her a booklet of information about hallmarks. She brought this in to share with the class, alongside her own research.
A big well done to Class 9 today for not giving up during this challenging lesson on translating points and shapes!
Some of us working together to solve some maths problems, exploring multiples and factors!
What a fantastic day, working with poet Ian Bland! We got to watch Ian perform some of his own poems and then have a go at writing and performing our own!
This week's spellings to be tested on Friday 15th November are:
This week's spellings to be tested on Friday 9th November are:
Autumn 2 Homework
Alchemy Island Project Launch
This week's spellings, to be tested on Friday 2nd November are:
Photos from our Tudor Banquet! Thank you for joining us!!
This week's spellings are:
Photos from our trip to Gainsborough Old Hall 14.09.18
This week's spellings are:
Hello! Welcome to Class 9's page!
We have had an exciting start to the Autumn term, beginning our project, "Off with Her Head!" We visited Gainsborough Old Hall and took a journey back to 1541. We got to dress up in Tudor clothes, explore a Tudor building and even have a go at some Tudor jobs. We worked in a Tudor kitchen and also got the chance to re-enact a Tudor banquet with Henry VIII. We had lots of fun, especially when dressing up and having a go at some of the jobs. We can't wait to learn even more about these interesting times!
Welcome to Class 9!
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