Year 5

Home Learning Activities

Whilst school remains closed to most pupils please find daily home learning activities set by your child's class teacher on class dojo. 

If your child is required to self-isolate due to Covid-19 please find below a range of activities and resources that you can access and do at home. Please see the homework grid and activities for your child's class - there is lots on there to keep you busy and some tasks can be done more than once. You can also practise spellings and phonics as well as reading.

In the event of your child's bubble being closed to self isolate more information will be provided relating to online learning and lessons. 

Websites and Apps

Please find below useful websites for games, practise and revision.

Oak National Academy

BBC Bitesize

English

BBC Bitesize Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Spelling pattern practise, word class, punctuation and grammar.

100 Word Challenge 

Great examples of children’s writing and short focused challenges to have a go at and submit

Oxford University Press - Pie Corbett

Top tips, examples and challenges for young writers

Maths 

Mathletics 

Sign in, play games, tackle challenges, take on others in competition…

Mathopolis 

Games, questions, challenges for all levels

Nrich - Maths 

Great challenges, games and puzzles to test you, hurt your head and make you think. Good fun too.

Topmarks

Useful for maths games, mental maths, revision of methods taught.

TT Rockstars

Useful for times tables - children have their own login.

Cool Math 4 Kids

Maths games/puzzles

YouTube

Year 5 love YouTube! Below are a list of YouTube channels that are educational and fun.

National Geographic Kids 

Crash Course Kids

Science Channel

GEOgraphy Focus 

Kids Learning Tube

Free School

Reading

Please listen to your child read each day and share the story together. Children could also write book reviews of their favourite books, create posters about their favourite characters or write their own stories/comics. They don’t have to just read fiction books, it could be newspapers, magazines, fact books or anything similar.

Projects

If your child has a particular interest in a subject, place, animal or person they could complete a project about it. They can research on the internet and present what they have learnt in many different ways. They can present on paper, they can create a powerpoint presentation, they could make a model – the possibilities are endless!