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Week beginning 1st April - Monday Peschool and Nursery Open Day; Tuesday Eco Council Meeting; Wednesday Exhibition in Class after school; Thursday: Exhibition before school, Y5 Trip to University of Surrey, Easter Disco; Friday Last Day of Term, Y4 Easter Assembly at Holy Angels
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Current Homework

Each week the children are set three pieces of homework on a Friday which are due the following Thursday:

 

  • Children need to read three times a week and record this in their reading diary. Please sign to say your child has read. Additional comments about their reading are welcome. 
  • Weekly maths activities are set on Mathletics (log-ins are glued into your child's homework book). 
  • Spellings sentences should be written out once and then practised in preparation for a test on Thursday. 

 

In addition to this, children have one piece of project homework linked to our topic which is due the second to last week of term. Please see below for suggested ideas!

Year 5 Homework – Pharaohs

 

The new projects run for the first half of the summer term, 24th April to 17th May. Homework contributions can be made throughout the half term, please make sure your child brings in something that they have worked on at home.

 

Below are a list of ideas for each project, try one of these or something else project related.

 

  •  Create a fact file about the river Nile and compare it to other famous world rivers. Include photographs and wow your classmates by showing them the range of amazing animals that live in and by the river.
  • Find out who or what ‘Ka’ was. Design a colourful symbol that might represent ‘Ka’ in Egyptian hieroglyphics.
  • Make a model pyramid from building blocks – how high can you go? Photograph your achievement and record the number of blocks you used.
  • Use the words ‘ancient Egypt’ to create an acrostic poem.
  • Make flatbread and serve it to your family with authentic Egyptian dips or salads. Find out more about the food of ancient Egypt.
  •  Visit a museum exhibition on ancient Egypt and write a recount of your trip. Bring back souvenirs to show your class.
  • Design your own 2-D or 3-D Egyptian-style jewellery.
  •  Use hieroglyphics to write a message to a friend or family member. Can they crack your Egyptian code?
  •  Make an illustrated scroll to show the journey to the afterlife.
  •  Find out why animals were so important to the Egyptians.
  •  Find out what happened to Egypt after the death of Cleopatra VII, the last pharaoh.
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