Celebration Blog

Well done on completing another week of online learning. I hope you have enjoyed our virtual sports week.

Take a look at what your friends have been up to:

Matthias entered a rainbow art competition run by ‘you and eye’ during lockdown and won first place! Well done, Matthias!

Bella has made Sacred Heart biscuits and has been competing in the virtual sports week.

 

Jamie B has achieved first place in readtheory again this week. Well done Jamie on completing an impressive 284 tests! Jamie H is in second place with 89 tests and Christopher takes third place with 57. Well done boys!

Dejon, Heather and Jamie have enjoyed taking part in the sport challenges.

Happy Birthday to Matthew L this week who celebrated in school.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Mrs Lines

Friday 3rd July 2020

Happy Friday, Year 5. Well done on another Week of Home Learning. I hope you all have a great weekend and I’m looking forward to seeing those of you who are coming in next week.

Have a great weekend

 

Mrs Lines

Morning Prayer Follow the PowerPoint for your daily prayer

Friday Prayer

 

Maths WALT- Calculate angles around a point

 

Questions:Lesson_4_-_Calculating_angles_around_a_point

Answers:Lesson_4_Answers_-_Calculating_angles_around_a_point

English Find your learning here:Year 5 Day 5
Reading and Spelling Complete 10 read theory tests

Read your own book for 20 minutes

Use spelling frame- rule 37

Curriculum Virtual Sports Week

Miss Pringle’s Active July ideas can be found here

 

Thursday 2nd July 2020

Good Morning, Year 5.

Here is your learning for today. Have fun!

Mrs Lines

Morning Prayer Follow the PowerPoint for your daily prayer

Thursday Prayer

Maths WALT- Calculating angles on a straight line

Questions:  Lesson_3_-_Calculating_angles_on_a_straight_line

Answers:  Lesson_3_Answers_-_Calculating_angles_on_a_straight_line

 

English Find your learning here: Thursday 2nd July
Reading and Spelling Complete 10 read theory tests

Read your own book for 20 minutes

Use spelling frame- rule 37

Curriculum Virtual Sports Week

Miss Pringle has also made some new activities to keep active in July

Active July timetable

Wednesday 1st July 2020

Good morning, Year 5. I hope you have been enjoying the Virtual Sports Week. remember to send me pictures of any of the activities you do.

Mrs Lines

Morning Prayer Follow the PowerPoint for your daily prayer

Wednesday Prayer

Maths WALT- Draw lines and angles

Questions:Lesson_2_-_Drawing_lines_and_angles_accurately

Answers:Lesson_2_Answers_-_Drawing_lines_and_angles_accurately

English Find your learning here:Year 5 Day 3
Reading and Spelling Complete 10 read theory tests

Read your own book for 20 minutes

Use spelling frame- rule 37

Curriculum Virtual Sports Week

Tuesday 30th June 2020

Good morning, Year 5. I hope you are all well.

Here is your learning for today:

Morning Prayer Follow the PowerPoint for your daily prayer

Tuesday Prayer

Maths WALT- Measure with a protractor

Questions:Measuring with a protractor

Answers:Answers_ Measuring with a protractor

English Find your learning here:Year 5 Day 2
Reading and Spelling Complete 10 read theory tests

Read your own book for 20 minutes

Use spelling frame- rule 37

Curriculum

Virtual Sports Week

Take a look at today’s task. Have fun!

 

The feast of St Peter and St Paul

Please log onto the live stream at OLSV  church for Mass  at 9.30 am as we celebrate a school Mass for our school patron St Paul VI.

Yesterday  we celebrated the twin founders of the Church in Rome. Both St. Paul and St. Peter proved that they were committed and faithful disciples by laying down their lives for Jesus and His Gospel.  St. Paul was beheaded and St. Peter was crucified upside down.

Read about their lives in the link below

http://www.wednesdayword.org/downloads/features/St-peter-&-paul-pop-

Read the Gospel that is read in Church on the feast of St Peter and St Paul

Gospel: Matthew 16:13-19

Jesus went to the territory near the town of Caesarea Philippi, where he asked his disciples, “Who do people say the Son of Man is?”

“Some say John the Baptist,” they answered. “Others say Elijah, while others say Jeremiah or some other prophet.”

“What about you?” he asked them. “Who do you say I am?”

Simon Peter answered, “You are the Messiah, the Son of the living God.”

“Good for you, Simon son of John!” answered Jesus. “For this truth did not come to you from any human being, but it was given to you directly by my Father in heaven. And so I tell you, Peter: you are a rock, and on this rock foundation I will build my church, and not even death will ever be able to overcome it. I will give you the keys of the Kingdom of heaven; what you prohibit on earth will be prohibited in heaven, and what you permit on earth will be permitted in heaven.”

The Gospel of the Lord

Why did Jesus give Simon Peter a new name and the keys to the kingdom?

Simon Peter recognised and believed that Jesus was the Son of God. He had great faith and was willing to put that faith into words but also into actions.

Because of Peter’s great faith, Jesus gave him the keys to the kingdom of Heaven. What are keys usually used for?

Keys lock doors, but they also open them. As a disciple, Peter spent his time sharing Jesus’ message with other people. He opened their hearts to God’s love, just like a key opens a door.

 

We can open our hearts by taking some time to stop and listen, to pray and to try to hear what Jesus is asking us to do. We can show our faith in our prayers and in our actions. We can try to follow Jesus’ commandments to love God and to love our neighbour. We can be kind and generous to others and we can try to make the world a fairer place where all people get what they need.

 

Can you think of some key words that show us what Jesus asks us to do? (eg. love, believe, forgive, give, share, hope etc)

These are just like the keys to God’s kingdom – which open us up to God’s love.

This week let’s try to be more loving, more forgiving and more generous to others. Let us try to bring hope to others. And let’s try to open our hearts to welcome Jesus in.

What will you do this week to show your faith in Jesus and to welcome him into your heart?

Draw a large outline of a  key and write  or draw what you will do to open your heart to Jesus in the coming week or the “key words” that sum up what Jesus asks us to do.

Key pattern. Use the printable outline for crafts, creating ...

Virtual Sports Week Olympics.

 

Welcome to the Pope Paul Olympics! Like many things this year, the Olympics has unfortunately been postponed due to the coronavirus. This, however is not going to stop us having our very own Olympic games celebration!

Have a look at the timetable to see what we have planned and then follow the information on each slide. Each day will be made up one of a PE activity and also another subject task to complete!

Virtual Sports Week Olympics June

Monday 29th June 2020

Welcome to a new week of learning. Join us at 10am in mass live streamed from OLSV to celebrate St Paul VI.

Here are your tasks for today:

Morning Prayer Follow the PowerPoint for your daily prayer

Monday Prayer

 

Maths WALT- divide decimals by 10, 100 and 1000.

Questions:Divide decimals by 10 100 and 1000_Worksheet_Year_5

Answers:Dividing decimals by 10 100 and 1000_Answers_Year_5

English Find your learning here:Year 5 Day 1
Reading and Spelling Complete 10 read theory tests

Read your own book for 20 minutes

Use spelling frame- rule 38

Curriculum It’s our Virtual Sports Week!

Take a look at the blog from Miss Pringle. Each day you are given a physical task and an activity that links to the wider curriculum. It is themed around the Olympics and our country is Samoa.

 

RE- Look at the blog about St Peter and St Paul and complete the activity.

Celebration Blog

I hope you have all enjoyed the glorious weather this week. It has been very hot in our classroom!

This week, Jamie B completed the most read theory tests. He did a whopping 88! Well done, Jamie. In second place was  Matthew L with 54 and in third is Christopher with 51.

In mathletics, Dejon earned a silver award. Well done, Dejon. Alex, Dejon, Fiona, Patrycja and Emilia earned bronze awards. Well done to those children for completing extra mathletics activities.

Thank you to Angelo who sent me a riddle. It is based on the Victorian NowPressPlay story.

 

I picked up a boy off the street to work with us.

He was as cold as ice.

I got whipped on the job. 

I poked myself 2-5 times on the job. 

Who am I?

If you completed this one, can you guess which character it is?

 

Have a wonderful weekend.

 

Mrs Lines

Friday 26th June 2020

Happy Friday, Year 5. Well done on another week of online learning. Here are your tasks for today:

Morning Prayer Follow the PowerPoint for your daily prayer

Friday Daily Prayer PowerPoint

Maths WALT- Multiply decimals by 10, 100 and 1000

Questions:Multiply decimals by 10 100 and 1000_Worksheet_year_5

Answers:Multiply decimals by 10 100 and 1000_Answers_year_5

English Find your learning here:Year 5 Day 5
Reading and Spelling Complete 10 read theory tests

Read your own book for 20 minutes

Use spelling frame- rule 37

Curriculum Complete another ‘Nowpressplay’ activity.

For the instructions click here

Miss Pringle’s Activities for June can be found here