Hi there Year 5,
It’s hard to believe it, but next week is Whitsun half term! Mrs Watford and I wanted to wish you all the very best for this time and wanted you to know how much we are thinking of you and how much we miss you.
Please stay very safe.
We also thought that as we believe YOU are all Superheroes, it might be fun to assemble a ‘Superhero’ display on the Year 5 blog. You could dress up, take a photo and send it in, get creative with a photo, paint or draw yourself as a Superhero – anything you like!
These two seem to have arrived already!!
We would LOVE to see these, so do please send them in!
Twinkle has a template you might find useful for this:
We will be putting more learning activities on Purple Mash for you to do – particularly if it’s a rainy day!
We will continue to stay in touch and do remember you can email us as usual:
Mrs Watford: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Mally: email@example.com
And as usual, here are the Reminders to:
• Check the blog every week
• Use Scholastic reading Pro to help you read every day and keep in touch (Link: https://slz03.scholasticlearningzone.com/slz-portal/#/login3/GBRRVYQ , your Username, Password: welcome1)
• Use Purple Mash and check the 2 Dos that have been set – and save your work! (Link: https://www.purplemash.com/sch/stleonardstn38 your Username and password are in your Home Learning pack) AND Do add to our Purple Mash Blogs!
• Log into Maths Frame to complete and explore the maths challenges (Link: https://mathsframe.co.uk Username: StLeonards Password: Academy1)
• Try out Times Tables Rockstars – there are some great competitions! (Link: https://play.ttrockstars.com/ttrs/dashboard , your Usernames and passwords are being sent out to you)
• Investigate Oddizzi for the geography quizzes (Link: https://www.oddizzi.com Swordfish Username; swordfish, Password: swordfish, Hammerhead Username: hammerhead, Password: hammerhead)
Please keep up your daily practice of reading, spellings and times tables – keep going!
Hoping you and your family are all safe and well,
Mrs Mally and Mrs Watford