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Learning for Wednesday 13th January 2021

Welcome to our learning for today. Please work your way through the videos and resources on this page. Remember, you can record your learning in your green home learning book.

Remember to take brain breaks and time for lunch at the appropriate points during the day. Don't forget to stay well hydrated too!

Wednesday 13th January introduction

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Please log on to the Year 5 Microsoft Teams page and come and say hello to the teacher monitoring it. That way we know who is 'at school' for the day, and we will be able to answer any questions or concerns you may have with the work provided in the lessons. 


English Apostrophes for Contractions.wmv

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Go and have a snack and a drink and a break from using your brains! You may want to get some fresh air too!



In school we start the day learning our times tables, please spend ten minutes practicing your times tables. You could chant them, write them out or find a song on YouTube to help you commit them to memory. This week the focus is the 6 x table.



We are starting our new subject of division today, please take your time when you watch the lesson video and pay particular attention to the vocabulary.

Division lesson 1

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The activity mentioned in the video will be posted up tomorrow. Please complete the calculation in the espresso video.


Well done, the written method for division is quite tricky, so please go through the lesson and videos again if you need to. Most importantly for today, try to remember the four key words: " Dividend, Divisor, Quotient and Remainder".





Take a good break now and have something healthy to eat and some water to drink in order to refuel your body. Fresh air is great for you too, maybe you could go outside for a bit and get some exercise?


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Use the presentation to find as many places near Crowborough that have an Anglo Saxon place name origin.

Anglo Saxon Place names

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Beowulf 3.mp3