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Please do not begin this work until Tuesday 24th March

First, remember to send a message on I Am Learning to your teacher to count as your register mark. 


24th March

Grammar – complete the task on I Am Learning ‘Omitted relative pronouns’.


Maths – use the revision sheet in your pack to revise adding and subtracting fractions. Then complete the task ‘Add/subtract fractions (Year 5)’ on I Am Learning.

Mrs Heminsley’s maths group 2 – as above.


Mark KS2 English Comprehension Year 5 Targeted Question Book p.26-27 ‘Hiding Out’. You will find the answers on our website. Use your green pen to mark and edit your answers.


Mark your maths work from yesterday - Textbook 1 p.53 and 54. You will find the answers on our website. Please mark answers neatly in green pen and correct any errors.



Reading - Continue reading your chosen e-book on the Reading Cloud.


Multiplication – BBC Supermovers. Follow this link to practise your times tables while exercising.


PE – Complete at least one of the activities provided (daily for 20 mins).


French – Complete the task on I Am Learning ‘Bon appétit! Enjoy your meal’


Music – Please listen to Cotton tail by Ben Webster:

Find the pulse of the music


Background Information to the Song:

Ben Webster was an American Jazz tenor saxophonist who was born in Kansas City, March 27, 1909 and died in Amsterdam September 20, 1973. He is buried in Copenhagen. He came to London in December 1964 for a gig at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club and stayed in Europe for the rest of his life. Cotton Tail is a 1940 composition by Duke Ellington. It is based on George Gershwin's song I Got Rhythm. The first Ellington

recording (2 May 1940) is remembered for the amazing tenor saxophone solo by Ben Webster.


Whilst listening to the music, think about these questions:

  1. Do you like the tune?
  2. What can you hear?
  3. What is the style of this music?



I Am Learning – Year 5 Omitted relative pronouns


Add/subtract fractions (beginner Year 5).


‘Bon appétit! Enjoy your meal’



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