Celebrating Home Learning

I hope you had a lovely half term break and enjoyed the sunshine! Thank you for all the work that was sent to me. I congratulate you all on your hard work and perseverance during this time. You are all amazing!

Frank wrote a non-chronological report on Tudor houses.
Bhruhati wrote about Henry VIII.
India enjoyed some mindful colouring.
Michaela has been working hard through all the activities that are being set. Great effort!
Harshil also sent in a selection of the work he has been doing. Well done.
Alayna made a pulley for this week’s science project, which she enjoyed playing with for the entire day! Alayna and her family recently celebrated Eid and she wore this beautiful outfit. I hope you had a wonderful time celebrating!
Violette wrote a lovely piece about David Hockney as this is her favourite artist and her favourite painting by him is ‘The Bigger Splash’. In the picture you can see that she has some of his art work on display.
Dailin enjoyed trips to Nonsuch park where he read his book and played frisbee with his parents. He also enjoyed completing the work on angles this week.
Emily sent in a great selection of all the work she is working so hard on. Here are some examples of French, Maths and Art.

Liam created an animated PowerPoint all about the crimes and punishments during the Tudor times, very gruesome.

Wishing you all a wonderful weekend!

Mrs Nunn

Year Five Computing Subject Blog 05/06/2020

Links to the National Curriculum:

Use a variety of software on a range of digital devices to design and create a range of content that accomplish given goals, including collecting, analysing, evaluating and presenting data and information in the context of filming a day in the life documentary or creating a day in the life slide show.

Task: To use a phone or tablet to record a day in the life documentary or take photos to create a slide show of a typical day in your life during lock down. First you will need to make a plan, start with a mind map or story board and think about what you do most days and the order you do it in. Think about highlights or key events during the day like home learning, daily exercise, clapping for the NHS on a Thursday, Zoom meetings with family or out of school clubs like Scouts or Guides.

Next you need to film, or take your photographs. Remember you can stage some of this if it is difficult to film or take photos while it is actually happening. If you are filming think about what you are going to say to explain what you are doing, how it is different to your life before lock down and how it makes you feel. If you are taking photos you will need to think about these things too and add them as captions to your photos later.

Now you need to edit your film using an app like imovie or wevideo. Cut out any parts that you think are too long, or where you make mistakes or you think are not relevant to your film. Between 5 and 10 minutes is a good length. Or put together your slide show using powerpoint or similar software.

Share your film or slide show with your family, you could organise a premier!