Pupils  »  Home Learning  »  Year 5

Summer Learning

Here are some activities for you to do over the summer holidays. There are some revision booklets for maths and English. There are also some sports' week activities for if you want to hold a sports' week. Have a lovely summer and make sure you "sharpen the saw" ready for September.

Home Learning 13.07.20

Well done to everyone, who has worked really hard over lockdown. I am very proud of you and all your hard work will definitely pay off. Here is this week's timetable with the activities on it. Over the holidays, I will add some things on in case you want to do some learning. The most important things are spellings and timestables. Well done!

Weekly Learning 29.6.20

Year 5, you are working so well. Here is this week's learning. If you don't have a protractor, there are plenty of one you can use online, Make sure you really focus on getting a good balance of activities. Do your work in the morning then have fun in the afternoon. I am very proud of you all. Love Mrs Watson.

Home Learning 22.06.20

Here are all the documents for this week's learning. Thanks for your applications for the Children's Lord Mayor. A huge thank you to all those who are doing Rockstars on a regular basis. We had a lot of children, who got well over 1,000 points this week. Remember, the more you practise, the better you are! I am going to set up another battle for next week. Keep practising! There are lots of activities on spag.com and remember, you can always practise your 100 Common Exception Words.

If you would like more structure to your week, you can use the timetable that I put on for each Monday for you to follow with set tasks in maths, English, science, topic, art etc. The blue web page links will work directly from the timetable pdf and any red additional document can be downloaded from the links below.

Don't forget, you can stil access Times Table Rockstars, SPAG.com and Purple Mash.

HAPPY HOME LEARNING
15.06.20

Home Learning 15.06.20 Here are all the documents for this week's learning. Thanks for your wonderful posters on South America and a huge thank you to all those who are doing Rockstars on a regular basis. This really will help you in Year 6. I am going to set up another battle for this week. Keep practising! Monday is the deadline for your applications for the Children's Lord Mayor of Leeds. There are lots of activities on spag.com and remember, you can always practise your 100 Common Exception Words.

Home Learning 08.06.20

Here are all the documents for this week's learning. Thanks for your wonderful posters on South America and a huge thank you to all those who are doing Rockstars on a regular basis. This really will help you in Year 6. Keep practising! The White Rose Maths lesson videos are still available on the link. The lesson sheets are underneath, as are the answers. Don't forget, your applications for the Children's Lord Mayor of Leeds need to be in soon.

Home Learning 01.06.20

Here are all the documents for this week's learning. I hope you have all had a lovely half term and enjoyed the glorious weather. We have some new topics starting this week. The White Rose Maths lesson videos are still available on the link. The lesson sheets are underneath, as are the answers. Don't forget, your applications for the Children's Lord Mayor of Leeds need to be in soon.

Here are all the documents for this week's learning. The White Rose Maths lesson videos are still available on the link. The lesson sheets are underneath, as are the answers. This week, we have a great clip to watch for English, as well as the applications for the Children's Lord Mayor of Leeds.

The Leeds Children's Mayor 2020/21 elections are open!

 

Entering Leeds Children's Mayor is a great opportunity to help pupils learn about citizenship and democracy and to stand a chance of becoming the next Children’s Mayor of Leeds.


Due to Coronavirus and the uncertainty about when lockdown measures are loosened we have slightly amended the entry process this year. We are asking teachers to task their year 5 pupils to write a manifesto to become Leeds Children’s Mayor as part of their home learning. As pupils are not in school to be able to vote for the one overall entry they want to submit on behalf of their school, this year as a one off, we are asking the year 5 teacher to choose the three entries they would like to submit on behalf of their school. Our staff team will then select your schools’ final overall entrant.


The deadline to submit entries is Friday 19th June. All information about how to enter and the process can be found on our resource page: http://www.leedsforlearning.co.uk/Page/16720