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At Anglesey, we are a vibrant and nurturing school community, where children are given the skills to become, inquisitive, resilient, independent learners. Our curriculum provides a range of creative, challenging and inspiring experiences for all. This equips our children with the life skills to be happy, flourish and be successful...Today, tomorrow and in the future

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The schools total attendance is currently at:

91.1% (Since September 2020)

Reading

If you are in class 5O or class 5B please check your Google Classroom for the link to your weekly reading session which will take place online.

 

If you are in class 5F please get your parents to email your teacher for the details about your online reading session. Please email: y5@anglesey.bham.sch.uk

Hello Everyone, this is Mrs Bennett

Work for THURSDAY 4th MARCH 2021

For today we will finish reading  the traditional tale of MULAN.

In this lesson we will:

  1.  To explore and reflect on the main idea of a theme
  2.  To identify and discuss the theme of a story
  3.  Answer questions about the text. 
Today Thursday 4th March 2021 is WORLD BOOK DAY, so click on the star on the class page and join in with some of the fun activities

Hello Everyone

Work for WEDNESDAY 3rd MARCH 2021

For today we will read more from the traditional tale of MULAN.

In this lesson we will:

  1.  To answer key questions about the main character
  2.  To draw inference about the main character
  3.  Express an opinion about the main character with reference to the text
  4.  Answer follow up questions about the text. 

Hello Year 5

Work for TUESDAY 2nd MARCH 2021

For today we will continue reading  the traditional tale of MULAN.

In this lesson we will:

  1.  Engage with the text and the main character
  2. Answer questions about the text.

Hello Year 5.

MONDAY 1st March 2021 is ORB day, we will continue to develop and extend our reading by reading for pleasure from ORB reading library. You have a wide range of books to choose from, so choose something you'll enjoy reading.

So, log in to Oxford Reading Buddy and read any book from ORB at your level, then complete the quiz.

Remember your target is to score 80% or more, so be sure to re-read and redo the quiz if you score less than 80%. 

 

In class this term, our reading and writing focus is around will be around Myths and Legends and our topic focus is Ancient Greeks, so you may want to do some reading around these topics. 

Hello Year 5

Work for FRIDAY 25th FEBRUARY 2021

For today we will continue reading  the traditional tale of MULAN.

In this lesson we will:

  1.  Engage with the text and the main character
  2. Answer questions about the text.

Hello everyone. 

Work for THURSDAY 24th FEBRUARY 2021

In this lesson we begin to read the traditional tale of MULAN, which takes the form of a legend.

In this lesson we will:

  1. Identify and name features of a traditional tale
  2. Make predictions from the front cover and what we already know
  3. To engage with the text and the main character

Hello Year 5 

Reading for WEDNESDAY 24th REBRUARY 2021

For today we will deepen our understanding of storytelling by learning about  myths and folktales.

LESSON 2

In this lesson we will:

  1. Recap purpose and features of storytelling
  2. Identify features of a myth
  3. Learn how to tell the difference between  myths and  folktales 
  4. Answer quiz questions

 

Click on the link below to watch video. Do the activities in your exercise book.  

Hello Year 5. This is Mrs Bennett

Work for TUESDAY 23rd FEBRUARY 2021

This term, our reading and writing focus is around Myths and Legends so we will begin by recapping some of the features of Traditional storytelling. 

In this lesson we will revise:

  1. What a story is
  2. Why we tell them
  3. How we tell stories
  4. What we mean by the 'oral tradition'

 

Click on the link below to watch this short video about Traditional storytelling to recap what we already know about this genre of reading. You can  do the activities in your exercise book.

 

Then, log on to ORB, Type Myths and legends in the search box. You can choose to read any traditional tale at your level or you can read a short story from the list below:-

The Lambton Worn

How Anansi go his stories

Icarus

These are fairly easy so they should be a quick fun read just to get you started.

Hello Year 5.

Welcome back, I hope you've some fun during the holidays and are ready to get back to work.

MONDAY 22nd FEBRUARY is ORB day, we will continue to develop and extend our reading by reading for pleasure from ORB reading library. You have a wide range of books to choose from, so choose something you'll enjoy reading.

So, log in to Oxford Reading Buddy and read any book from ORB at your level, then complete the quiz.

Remember your target is to score 80% or more, so be sure to re-read and redo the quiz if you score less than 80%. 

 

In class this term, our reading and writing focus is around will be around Myths and Legends and our topic focus is Ancient Greeks, so you may want to do some reading around these topics. 

Hello everyone, this Mrs Bennett

Work for  FRIDAY 12th FEBRUARY 2021

Today we will finish reading our non-fiction text, Exploring the Deep.

Lesson 5

In lesson 5 we will:

  • engage with the text
  • complete an independent task

Please click on the link below to watch and listen to the video. You can record your answers in your exercise book.

If you have not already done so;

  • log in to ORB and 
  • read a non fiction  book at your level
  • if you are on level 16, re-read the book by yourself, then do the quiz.

Then use the strategies from lessons to help you with the quiz. Practise answering the inference question at the end in full detailed sentences - like in video lesson.

Your target is to score 80% or more, so be sure to re-read and redo the quiz if you score less than 80%. 

Hello Year 5, this is Mrs Bennett

For THURSDAY 11th FEBRUARY 2021

Today we will dive deeper into our non-fiction text - Exploring the Deep.

Lesson 4

In lesson 4, we will : 

  • revise and name features of non-fiction text
  • identify and discussion subject specific vocabulary
  • learn and apply a range of reading strategies for non fiction text
  • read and answers questions  on the text

Please click on the link below to watch and listen to the video. You can record your answers in your exercise book.

 If you have not already done so;

  • log in to ORB and 
  • read a non fiction  book at your level
  • if you are on level 16, re-read the book by yourself, then do the quiz.

Then use the strategies from lessons to help you with the quiz. Practise answering the inference question at the end in full detailed sentences - like in video lesson.

Your target is to score 80% or more, so be sure to re-read and redo the quiz if you score less than 80%. 

 

Hello Year 5, Mrs Bennett here

For WEDNESDAY 10th FEBRUARY 2021

We will continue reading extracts from our non-fiction text Exploring the Deep.

Lesson 3

In this lesson we will : 

  • revise and name features of non-fiction text
  • identify and discussion subject specific vocabulary
  • read and answers questions  on the text

Please click on the link below to watch and listen to the video. You can record your answers in your exercise book.

At the end of this lesson:

  • log in to ORB and 
  • read a non fiction  book at your level

Then use the strategies from today's lesson to help you with the quiz. Practise answering the inference question at the end in full detailed sentences - like in video lesson.

Your target is to score 80% or more, so be sure to re-read and redo the quiz if you score less than 80%. 

Why not search the ORB library for non fiction books about space or a topic you are interested in?

Hello everyone, Mrs Bennet here

 For TUESDAY 9th FEBRUARY 2021

We will continue reading extracts from our non-fiction text Exploring the Deep.

Lesson 2

In this lesson we will : 

  • revise and name features of non-fiction text
  • identify and discussion subject specific vocabulary
  • answer questions on the text

Please click on the link below to watch and listen to the video. You can record your answers in your exercise book.

 

At the end of this lesson:

  • log in to ORB and 
  • read a non fiction  book at your level

Then use the strategies from today's lesson to help you with the quiz. Practise answering the inference question at the end in full detailed sentences - like in video lesson.

Your target is to score 80% or more, so be sure to re-read and redo the quiz if you score less than 80%. 

Why not search the ORB library for non fiction books about space or a topic you are interested in?

Hello everyone, Mrs Bennet here

Reading for MONDAY 8TH FEBRUARY 2021

This week, we will continue to explore non-fiction text.

In this lesson we will use extracts from an ORB library book called, Exploring the Deep, which is an example of Explanation text.

Lesson 1

In this lesson we will : 

  • identify and name features of non-fiction text
  • identify and discussion subject specific vocabulary
  • answer questions on the text

Please click on the link below to watch and listen to the video. You can record your answers in your exercise book.

 

Hello Everyone

For Friday 5th February, we revise some spelling rules, by exploring different suffixes. 

In this lesson we will:

  • investigate and generate spelling rules
  • investigate key vocabulary
  • apply spelling rules to unfamiliar words

Hello Everyone

For Thursday 4th February 2021, we will revise some features of  non-fiction text to help you with your science research task.

Lesson 1

In this lesson we will : 

  • identify and name features of non-fiction text
  • identify and discussion subject specific vocabulary
  • identify new words and discuss their meaning in context
  • retrieve simple facts
  • answer questions on the text

Please click on the link below to watch and listen to the video. You can record your answers in your exercise book, which you should have collected from school. 

 

Hello Everyone, Mrs Bennett here.

For today, WEDNESDAY 3rd FEBRUARY 2021, we finish reading extracts from The Demon Dentist by David Walliams 

Lesson 5

In this lesson we are  learning to:

  • consider the author's intent (choice of language)
  • identify new words and discuss their meaning in context
  • retrieve simple facts
  • answer questions on the text

Hello Everyone, Mrs Bennett here.

For today, TUESDAY 2nd FEBRUARY 2021, we will continue reading extracts from The Demon Dentist by David Walliams 

Lesson 4

In this lesson we are  learning to:

  • identify new words and discuss their meaning in context
  • retrieve simple facts
  • make inferences about a character
  • answer questions on the text

Hello Year 5

For  today, MONDAY 1st FEBRUARY 2021, 

we will  continue to develop our reading by reading for pleasure and understanding.

First, follow the link and watch the video below.

After watching and listening to the video, you can log in to Oxford Reading Buddy and read any book from ORB at your level, then complete the quiz.

Your target is to score 80% or more, so be sure to re-read and redo the quiz if you score less than 80%. 

Why not search the ORB library for books about space, which which may link to our science topic. There is one called THE SOLAR SYSTEM and various other space adventures.

 

Hello Everyone, Mrs Bennett here.

For today, Friday 29th January 2021, we will continue reading extracts from The Demon Dentist by David Walliams 

Lesson 3

In this lesson we are learning  to:

  • identify new words and discuss their meaning in context
  • retrieve simple facts
  • make inferences about a new character
  • summarise events in the story

 

Hello Everyone, Mrs Bennett here.

For today,Thursday 28th January 2021, we will continue reading chapter 3 of The Demon Dentist by David Walliams 

Lesson 2

In this lesson we are learning to:

  • identify new words and discuss their meaning in context
  • retrieve simple facts
  • draw inference 
  • explain and justify with evidence from the text

Hello everyone 

For today, Wednesday 27th January 2021, we will be reading extracts form the DEMON DENTIST by  David Walliams. If you have your own copy it out and enjoy reading it again.

Lesson 1

In this lesson, we are  learning to:

  • find clues from the title and the front cover
  • make predictions
  • identify new words and discuss their meaning in context

Good morning Year 5, I hope you've had some fun in the snow! I have.

Well done all of you who logged on to ORB yesterday. I wonder which class will have the highest score?

For today, Tuesday 26th January 2021, we will be reading the last extract from STREETCHILD  by Berlie Doherty 

In this lesson, we are learning to:

  • draw inference and reflect upon the story in the context of  Victorian Society
  • identify new words and discuss their meaning in context
  • explain and justify evidence from the text
  • retrieve simple facts

Good morning Year 5, Mrs Bennett here.

 

For  today, MONDAY 25th JANUARY 2021, 

we will learn more  about reading for pleasure and understanding.

First, follow the link and watch the video below.

After watching and listening to the video, you can log in to Oxford Reading Buddy and read any book from ORB at your level, then complete the quiz.

Your target is to score 80% or more, so be sure to re-read and redo the quiz if you score less than 80%. 

Why not search the ORB library for books about space, which which may link to our science topic. There is one called THE SOLAR SYSTEM and various other space adventures.

 

Friday 22nd January 2021

Hello Year 5

Today, we will continue reading extracts from STREETCHILD  by Berlie Doherty to :

  • make inferences about a new character
  • identify new words and discuss their meaning in context
  • explain and justify evidence from the text
  • retrieve simple facts

Thursday 21st January 2021

Hello Year 5

Today, we will continue re-reading extracts from STREETCHILD  by Berlie Doherty to :

  • consider the author's choice of language
  • ask questions
  • identify new words and discuss their meaning in context
  • explain and justify evidence from the text
  • retrieve simple facts

Wednesday 20th January 2021

Hello Year 5

Today, we will continue re-reading extracts from STREETCHILD  by Berlie Doherty to :

  • identify new words and discuss their meaning in context
  • explain and justify using evidence from the text
  • retrieve simple facts

Tuesday 19th January 2021

 

Good morning Year 5

 

Today, we will be  re-reading extracts from STREETCHILD  by Berlie Doherty to :

 

  • identify new words and discuss their meaning in context
  • explain and justify using evidence from the text
  • retrieve simple facts

 

If you need to, you can finish any unfinished work from

Monday 18th January 2021

For today, we will read books for pleasure from ORB.

First we are going  to watch a video about reading for pleasure

 

Now  read any book from ORB at your level, then complete the quiz.

Your target is to score 80% or more, so be sure to re-read and redo the quiz if you score less than 80%. 

 

Did you have a favourite character in your story? 

Who would you recommend this book to? Why?

Use the character traits poster below to help you,

 

 

 

Welcome to Anglesey Primary School...REMINDER! Bank Holiday Monday is the 3rd May and school is CLOSED. School is also CLOSED for voting day on Thursday 6th May.
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