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07/04/20

Retweetd From Harris Academy St John’s Wood

Looking after keyworker’s children and vulnerable students during the Easter holidays. We’ve been showing our support for the by creating a rainbow and messages of thanks in several different languages. https://t.co/wnM7IBF6rZ

07/04/20

Open VERY carefully...a book with BITE! Check out our first on our website: 📚 https://t.co/Y8qQxQIIeF

06/04/20

HATO Tales are live! Visit our website for a bedtime story from the wonderful Ms Gamauh! https://t.co/Y8qQxQIIeF

06/04/20

going live very soon! Thank you to our staff who have been recording wonderful stories for our pupils to enjoy from home! https://t.co/3aXEUPlYsv

06/04/20

Retweetd From Kinetic Foundation

Delighted to be expanding our partnership with to work with from Sept 2020. For more information and how to apply please click below: https://t.co/EJNTS3RDF4 https://t.co/yqpR4OkoZt

31/03/20

Attention everyone! HATO Tales...coming soon! Keep an eye on our website! https://t.co/yMn2DZcdHQ

31/03/20

Struggling with your SPaG? Forgotten the difference between a vowel & a noun? Check out for SPaG lessons with a difference! https://t.co/Qnc4wOIE62

30/03/20

Missing your football fix? ⚽️ No Barriers @ Home is a fun & interactive project all about harnessing the power of football! You can share your projects too but check with an adult before uploading & never share personal info. Check it out! https://t.co/9dzDvSZsoS

29/03/20

Retweetd From Sadiq Khan

➡️ EMPLOYERS: staff must continue to work from home wherever possible to help protect our key workers who need to travel ➡️ LONDONERS: If you have to go to work, please don’t travel at rush hour https://t.co/FxHEKYoR3Y

28/03/20

Retweetd From National Theatre

Oh, what a beautiful morning! You can now watch Hugh Jackman in our production of Oklahoma! (1998) for free with . https://t.co/AMJx1i5pwN

28/03/20

Retweetd From Alom Shaha

Parents! If you’re looking for ideas for homeschooling, here are videos I made with ⁦⁩ of fun, cheap, easy to do SCIENCE activities which also model how parents can actually teach ExpeRimental | The Royal Institution: Science Lives Here https://t.co/LVckiKyUkL

28/03/20

Why do you need to be so isolated? Because if you don’t you risk infecting 400+ others https://t.co/RDji8FoZu7

28/03/20

Retweetd From HarrisBoys'Academy

HBAED today donated 155 pairs of safety googles (normally used by our Science and DT department) to the NHS to help prevent their staff contracting COVID-19. Lewisham NHS put out a call to local schools who might have spare googles, and we are proud to help https://t.co/x2sfRPuHc0

28/03/20

Good morning one and all. What do watch or do this weekend? Or any weekend in the next months? has the answer https://t.co/O0QfabAs3w

27/03/20

Retweetd From Harris Peckham

Wonderful video from our talented Y10 Music student! 🎶🎼🎤 DM us your HAP homelearning videos and pictures so we can see what you're working on! https://t.co/wxrTWtecIk

27/03/20

Retweetd From Boris Johnson #StayHomeSaveLives

Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus. I am now self-isolating, but I will continue to lead the government’s response via video-conference as we fight this virus. Together we will beat this. https://t.co/9Te6aFP0Ri

27/03/20

Retweetd From Met Contact Centre

The team have put together some useful information regarding and how it can affect your work, benefits and travel. More information can be found here: https://t.co/RRX0thsNd7 https://t.co/olOOwNcUE3

27/03/20

Anxious? Not surprised. This is tough tough time... https://t.co/UBWEkeQRno

26/03/20

Retweetd From HarrisTottenham

Each morning the children of key NHS staff are like many in UK watching to stay fit and healthy and learn how the body works https://t.co/kLkEQzE8fS

26/03/20

Need some inspiration for fun maths activities for children of all ages...follow our maths consultant for some great ideas that do not need lots of resources https://t.co/gdZhfBCy5H

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Year 5 - Toucans Class

The Year 5 class is led by Mrs Orr, she will be helped by Mr Bettache, who is the Assistant Class Teacher.  The Teaching Assistants supporting in the Year 5 class is Ms Gaumah.  

We will practise reading and spelling in our reading lessons and will write in a variety of genres in our Literacy lessons. We will focus on some interesting stories and information books too.

In Maths, we will be thinking carefully about place value and practicing our addition and subtraction skills.

In History, we will be learning about what happened to Britain when the Romans left. In Geography, we will be learning about why lines of longitude and latitude are so important. In science, we will be looking at Earth and Space, this will link in with our art learning where we will be painting the earth, sky and space. In Design and technology, we will be learning all about electrical systems.

Our PE and Performing Arts lessons will be on Wednesday and Thursday.  Please make sure you have your PE kit in school on these days and remember to write your name in all the items. 

Our Meet the Teacher Session will be held on Friday 27th September at 2.45pm, to discuss more about the curriculum and upcoming events for Year 5.

Spring Update

Year 5 have had so much fun this term. In Maths they have been learning all about money and decimals. They now know how to compare decimals of different values and order them in ascending and descending order. Through their investigation tasks, the class have made their own challenging questions involving decimals and shared them with their peers – challenging them to try solve it.

In English, Year 5 have studied ‘The Highwayman’, ‘How to be an Anglo- Saxon’ and ‘Amazing Grace.’ They have loved the English texts as each one has brought a different element to their English understanding. With their increase in English understanding, they use more adventurous vocabulary (like parchment and possessions) in their extended writing pieces. Their favourite one being the diary entry they wrote as an Anglo-Saxon.

The excitement extended itself into Science, Geography and History lessons. A lot of practical opportunities have allowed the learners to really dive deep into understanding each concept taught. They particularly loved the science experiment where they worked with different conductors to see which one could melt butter quicker. The year 5’s look forward to the next term where they will be investigating new scienti c concepts, reading new ctional English texts and extending their Maths knowledge when working with Place value.