Year 5

Welcome to the Year 5

Home Learning Hub

The Year 5 team would like to start by saying thank you for accessing our class page and continuing our fantastic learning journey from home. We hope you are keeping healthy and looking after each other which is the most important thing during these unusual circumstances.

We have some amazing activities and projects planned that we hope you will love. We will be regularly updating this page so please keep coming back. You can also keep updated by checking our school’s Twitter and Facebook pages, where we will share messages and you can share how you’re getting on at home!

We’re in this together!

Miss Nelson and Mr Cunliffe

Week beginning 13th July 2020 Part 1

Monday 13th July 2020


Activity 1 – Dividing 3 digit by 1 digit numbers

Complete these pages from the textbook. We are focusing on the bus stop method. Remember you need to start from the left.


Activity 1

Look at the examples that are next to the photograph below. Copy out and underline the relative clauses that have been used in their sentences. Then try and create 5 of your own sentences that also include relative clauses.

Activity 2

Think about who you think might live behind this door. What might they look like? How might they move? What kind of things would they do? Use this information to write a character description for whoever or whatever you think lives behind the door.



Activity 1 – synonyms

Complete the following activities, which are about choosing the most appropriate word that best expresses what we are trying to say.



Follow the link below and choose 2 of the challenge cards to read and then answer. The answers are underneath the question pages so you can mark your work afterwards.

Insert comprehension cards link- PROBLEM TO BE FIXED


Listen to the first movement of Winter from Vivaldi’s ‘Four Seasons’.

Draw shapes, pictures and patterns in colours of your choice to suit the music.

Discuss why you made your choices of shape, object and colour.

This is the poem that inspired the music. It is called ‘Winter’.

Frozen and shivering in the icy snow In the strong blasts of a terrible wind

To run stamping one’s feet at every step

With one’s teeth chattering through the cold.

Make actions with your body to represent:

a.) shivering
b.) blasts of wind
c.) stamping of feet
d.) chattering of teeth

Read through the poem with your actions.


Science – Space Facts

What more can you find out about space? Use research from books and the internet to complete the challenge cards about the solar system. Maybe you’ll find out something that shocks or surprises you!


Sending you big smiles through the screen! From Miss Nelson & Mr Cunliffe.

Week beginning 6th July 2020 Part 2

Wednesday 8th July 2020


Activity 1 – Multiplying 4 digit by 1 digit numbers

Activity 2 – Investigating Numbers

Have a look at these ‘sometimes, always and never true’ statements. Solve which statements belong to which category, by trying different calculations.


Activity 3 – Multiplication Problems


Solve these multiplication grids by applying your understanding.


Activity 1 – Santorini

Using this beautiful image of Santorini, answer the questions about it. This is where inference and deduction begins for reading.


Activity 2 – Come to Santorini!

Do some research on Santorini. Find out about: what you can do there; what neighbouring countries there are; what foods are popular to eat and the climate at different times of the year.

Make a leaflet that contains all of your information. You’re trying to encourage people to visit Santorini, so make sure that what you write sounds inviting.



Activity 1 – Apostrophe’s for Contraction

Complete the following activities, which are about using apostrophes for contracted words.



Activity 1 – Double Comprehension


Have a look at these two different comprehensions. Pay close attention to PEE (or APE) questions.


Click on the comprehension sheets list here

Comprehensions 8th July


P- make your point.

E – provide evidence from the text to support your point.

E – explain how this evidence answers the question.


PSHE – Memories

Complete this memory page using your favourite memories and moments from Year 5. Where is says school trip, choose any favourite school trip from any year in school.

Click on the school year memories page link

School Memories



Science – Separating Mixtures

Look through this PowerPoint about clean, filtered water. Make your own water filtering system to see if it works! Video or take photographs of your results.

Click on the Water Filtering PowerPoint

Water Filtering


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Week beginning 6th July 2020 Part 1

Monday 6th July 2020


Activity 1 – Adding and Subtracting Decimals (Money)

Practise adding amounts of money together using this worksheet. Apply your understanding to the word problems along the way.

Click on the link to the money worksheet

Adding Using Money

Activity 2 – Problem Solving with Change

Have a look at these word problems, which are linked to money and giving change.


Activity 1 – Pandora’s Box in Reverse

If you are unfamiliar with the story of Pandora’s Box, have a look at the reading comprehension attached for this week first.

Pandora opened a box that unleashed the world’s evil. Could you create and describe a Pandora’s Box reversal? Put things into the box that are full of good and happiness.

Listen to this poem by Kitt Wright called ‘The Magic Box’ for some ideas of what you could include. Don’t feel limited by real items, use abstract nouns as well. Write it up as a poem – like Kitt Wright’s – or as a descriptive piece.

Reading & SPaG


Activity 1 – Pandora’s Box 

Read the story of Pandora’s Box and answer the questions about the story.

Look at the vocabulary highlighted in purple. After your comprehension questions, find out the meaning of these words; to create a mini dictionary at the back.


Click on the link for Pandora’s Box comprehension and grammar activity

Pandora’s Box

Art – Reversing Pandora’s Box

Using junk modelling and craft materials, could you design and create a reverse Pandora’s box? It doesn’t have to be a box shape; it could be anything you like!


Watch this clip from Blue Planet ii

Make a presentation, speech or poster about all of the problems that our oceans are facing. Include things that we can do to help prevent them from getting worse.


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Week beginning 29th June Part 2 01.07.20

Wednesday 1st July 2020


Activity 1 – Negative numbers

Look at the following pages for reading negative numbers. Try drawing a number line for support if you need it.

Activity 2 –

Complete the rest of this activity. Think about the problem at the bottom of the page. Remember problem-solving is a crucial aspect of maths. Work through it, even if it seems difficult.

Activity 3 – Fun with negative numbers

Outsmart the Mission 2110 Roboidz by ordering the negative numbers in ascending or descending order.

Follow the link to play the game.


Activity 1 – Poetry

Research the features of these different types of poem.

  1. Cinquain
  2. Haiku
  3. Limerick
  4. Quatrain
  5. Tanka

Write a toolkit for each different type – just like we do in school!

Activity 2 – Writing your own

Choose your favourite type of poem, from the list above, and write your own poem based on a topic of interest.

If you love more than one, write a couple for us!


Activity 1 – Homophones

Activity 2 – Spelling & Handwriting

Have a look at this collection of adjectives. Find out a definition for each one, then practise using it in a sentence. Remember to keep practising that cursive handwriting style.


Activity 1 – Mayan Cookbook Comprehension

Read the Mayan cookbook comprehension. Answer the questions as you go through.


Click on the link to the reading comprehension

The Mayan Cookbook Comprehension

Click on the link to the reading comprehension 

The Mayan Cookbook

History – Mayan Masks

Look through the PowerPoint to remind yourself about the Maya people and the masks that they wore. Use the template to create your own Mayan mask. Don’t forget to label it with your design features. You could even make the mask if you have the equipment!

Click on link to PowerPoint

Mayan Masks PowerPoint

Click on link to template

KS2 Mask Template

Sending you big smiles through the screen!

From Miss Nelson & Mr Cunliffe.


Week beginning 29th June


Activity 1 – Prime Numbers

A prime number is a number that only has the factors 1 and itself. E.g. 11.

Complete this activity, which involves finding prime numbers up to 100.

Activity 2 – Square Numbers

Have a go at this investigation about square numbers.


Activity 1 – Summer is Coming

‘Winter is coming.’


People across the world had been saying it for years.

Now, winter had arrived, and its icy clutches were spreading. A wall of ice had been creeping over the face of the world, enveloping everything in its path, inch by frosty inch. Cities and villages, forests and rivers; all had been devoured by the ever-hungry cold.

When would it all end? Would the sun ever shine again?

Rewrite this passage for ‘Summer is Coming’. Make suitable changes to the passage, thinking about your vocabulary.

Draw your own picture to match what you wrote.

Activity 2 – Sick Sentences

These sentences are ‘sick’ and need help to get better. Can you help? Could you add an adverb or anything else to make them better?

  1. It was really cold. There was lots of snow and ice.
  2. The sun was really hot. The floor felt warm.
  3. The leaves on the trees were brown. They fell to the ground.


Activity 1 – Get those nouns moving

  • Use the noun that is given to think of as many related verbs in one minute. See if you can come up with verbs that no one else has.
  • Ex/ Car: cruised




Try these ones: snake, volcano, wind, cat, river, kite

Can you think of your own nouns?

Activity 2 – Fill in the gaps

  • Can you fill in the gaps with the best choice. Try not to always go with the first word that comes to mind, try to find the best fit.
  • The ________dog barked at the ____ cat.
  • The _______ snake slipped through the _______ grass.
  • The ______ wall crumbled under the ______ weight of the giant’s ______foot.
  • Mrs Snaggleworth rode her ______bicycle through the ______ market.
  • She passed _______stalls of ______ apples, ________ pears and ________ pineapples.


 Activity 1 – Infer and Deduce

Look at this picture taken from a book called ‘Dancing in the Wings’. What can you infer and deduce by looking at the picture and reading the short extract at the bottom.

What can you tell me about the main character ‘Sassy’? Can you make a prediction for the rest of the story based on what you have seen so far?

Activity 2 – Being concise

Choose one of your favourite books. Write a short summary about the key events of the book. The summary may not be less than 50 words, or longer than 100 words.

PE – Record Beaters

How many ____ in 1 minute?

Count how many of the following you can do in 1 minute. Beat your score before the end of the week.

  • Star jumps
  • Hops on your right foot
  • Hops on your left foot
  • Squats
  • Lunges
  • Choose your own!

Music – Rhythmic Patterns

For the musicians among us, you will understand the terms ‘crochet’ and ‘quaver’.

For the rest of us, it’s called ‘tea’ and ‘coffee’. We take the syllables in each word to create a rhythmic pattern.  Say the example below out loud, clap for each syllable.

Tea, Tea, Cof-fee, Cof-fee

Tea, Cof-fee, Tea, Cof-fee

Tea, Tea, Cof-fee, Cof-fee

Cof-fee, Cof-fee, tea.

Choose your own words with different syllables and create your own rhythmic patterns.

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Previous Activities

Week beginning 22nd June Part 2


Activity 1 – Converting 24 clock

Use this PowerPoint to remind yourself how to read the time on a 24-hour clock. Complete the worksheet to consolidate your understanding. Choose between * for easier, ** for hard and *** for a challenge.

24 hour clock conversion PP

Converting 24 hour clock

Activity 2 – Train Timetables

Look at this timetable for trains to different places around the UK. Work out the answers to the questions below, using the information from the table. Use the PowerPoint about reading the 24-hour clock to help you if you’re stuck. Choose from any of the 3 level of difficulties. *, ** or ***.

Train Timetable Differentiated


Letter to favourite band/artist

Imagine you have been given the great responsibility to book a headline act for this year’s biggest UK festival!

Write a letter to your favourite band or artist, persuading them to come and be the headline act at your festival (you can invent the name of the festival!).

Your letter should include:

  • A little bit about why you love them so much.
  • What your festival is called and why it’s great.
  • Why your chosen artist HAS to be a part of it!
  • How much you’d be willing to pay them
  • Where they can contact you (when they agree to take part)SPaGActivity 1 – Spelling Rules – shipLook through this PowerPoint, which is all about using the suffix -ship to form new nouns.E.g. friend + ship = friendshipPractise using the PowerPoint then try a handwriting sheet or wordsearch. Try to find out the meaning of some of the words using a dictionary if you’re not sure.Year 5 Term 2A Week 3 PowerPoint – ship

Year 5 Term 2A Week 3 Word Search

Handwriting Practice – Continuous Cursive


Activity 1 – Comprehension – North Child

Read this short extract from a book called ‘North Child’. Use your inference and deduction skills to read between the lines of what has actually been written. Use the space on the sheet, or your own paper, to write your answers.

North Child

Activity 2 – Story Board Book

Using the template below – or one you have drawn – turn your favourite book/story into a story board.

This can be a challenging task, as you only have eight spaces for the key events. You will need to prioritise key events/moments in your story that are crucial to its plot.

Storyboard template

PSHE – Care

Caring for yourself, and for others, is a big responsibility. How can we make sure we are doing it right? Read through the PowerPoint; stop and pause for reflection as you read the different scenarios.

Make a set of care cards to use at home or when we’re back in school. They’ll always be a useful item.


Care Cards

Science – Human Life Cycle

Look through the PowerPoint, which is all about the human life cycle. Take careful notes on each stage of the human life cycle then draw your own on a piece of paper. Take care to separate the toddler, child and teenager stages from each other, as well as separating the adult and older adult stages. You could even have a section showing which stage the cycle begins again. Will you have a perfect circle?

Human Life Cycle

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Previous Activities

Week beginning 22nd June Part 1

Monday 22nd June 2020


Activity 1 – Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

Play along with the game using the PowerPoint. It will ask you questions about multiplying numbers by 10, 100 and 1000.

 Click on the link below:

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire

Activity 2 – Create Your Own Questions

Using the PowerPoint questions from the game, can you create your own questions for your family but for dividing by 10, 100 and 1000? Try to make them become progressively harder when you get to the big money questions!


Activity 3 – Spot the Mistakes Problem Solving

3.8 x 10 = 3.80

This is a common mistake made when multiplying by 10, 100 and 1000.

What has this child done?

Could you explain what they’ve chosen to do and then correctly explain what they should have done instead?

Once you’ve solved some of these problems. Could you write your own using the same format? You could write some ‘spot the mistakes’ questions.


Activity 1: third person



Read this extract from ‘The Black Amulet’. Can you find all the words that indicate this extract is written in third person?

Activity 2 – A Vampire’s Point of View

Think about what is being described in the extract. This is mostly about Ruby’s feelings and thoughts.

Write an extract, making the vampire’s actions the focus of the piece. Be creative and create a mood with your language choices.


Activity 1 – SPaG Mat

Have a look at one of the Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar mats below. * is for an easier challenge, ** for a harder challenge and ***for the most difficult challenge.

Access the answers when you’ve had a good try.

Click on the links below:

SPAG 1 star

SPAG 2 star

SPAG 3 stars





Activity 1 – The Black Amulet

 Read the full extract of The Black Amulet. Answer the questions next to the text as you go through it. Try using an online dictionary if you’re unsure with any of the language choices.

Click on the link below

The Black Amulet


Activity 2 – Performance Reading

Choose a page or an extract from one of your favourite books. Film yourself reading it aloud to either a family member or a toy in your home.

Performance reading requires you add other elements to what you would normally do.

It might involve: changing your voice for different characters, using props to make it more interactive, being VERY expressive when you want to convey an emotion or even ‘grape vining’ across the room to keep your audience captivated.

Performance reading should be fun and dramatic, so have fun with it!

Art – Family & Friend Collage

Using photographs, different textiles, drawing and paint. Create a family and/or friend collage. Have a look at the examples below. Mr Cunliffe’s mum made this one for him when he left for university. Miss Nelson’s was made by a friend for her birthday.

Geography – The Water Cycle

Have a look at the PowerPoint to remind yourself of the water cycle. Complete the worksheet, only using the PowerPoint if you’re stuck.

 Click on the link below:

Water Cycle PowerPoint

 Click on the link below:

Water Cycle Diagram

Once you’ve finished the worksheet, you could create your own miniature water cycle using a sandwich bag, some water and pens. Have a look at this one.

Here’s how to make your own sandwich bag water cycle…

 Click on the link below:

Water Cycle Sandwich Bag

Sending you big smiles through the screen! From Miss Nelson & Mr Cunliffe.



Week beginning 15th June Part 2

Wednesday 17th June 2020


Activity 1 – Premiere League Maths Table

Using this screen shot of the premiere league table (2018-19), answer the following questions by interpreting the data.

  1. Which team drew the most games?
  2. Which team lost the fewest games?
  3. What is the range between the lowest goals scored and the highest goals scored?
  4. Which teams won an even number of games?
  5. Which teams lost an odd number of games?
  6. Look at the coloured key at the bottom. How many points were Wolves off from qualifying for the UEFA Champion’s League group stage?
  7. How many points were Newcastle clear off relegation?
  8. What was the total number of points for the top 4 teams?
  9. Who has more points collectively? Everton & Bournemouth OR Huddersfield & Arsenal?
  10. What is the mode number of points?


Activity 2 – Maths Talk

Using the table from 2017-18, create at least 5 of your own data handling questions. Use the format of the questions from Activity 1 to help you.


Watch this clip of a spooky setting.

From the viewpoint of the person in the clip, write a setting exploration of what you see. Be descriptive and think about how you can build tension. Show not tell.

 Activity 1 – Spelling and Handwriting

Look at the PowerPoint reviewing the spelling of ‘or’ as ‘au’. Complete the handwriting and word search.

Use the numbered wheel on the PowerPoint for a variety of spelling activities.

Click link to PowerPoint for ‘au’

Year 5 Term 2B Week 2 Words with an or Sound Spelt au

Click  link to the handwriting sheet

Handwriting Practice – Continuous Cursive

Click link to the wordsearch 

Word Search



Activity 1 – Making Predictions

Room 13 would have been the next book to read in Year 5. Make a list of predictions of what you think the story will be about. Think about plot lines, characters and endings.

Activity 2 –

Read this myths and legends text called ‘Fishy Tales’. Answer the questions below.

Remember, when it comes to your opinion, no answer is wrong if you can explain yourself clearly, using the text to support your answer.

Click link to the ‘Fishy Tales’ reading comprehension

Fishy Tales

Computing – Binary Code

Look through this PowerPoint to remind yourself about Binary Code. Work through the sheets to put your understanding to the test!

Click link to Binary Code PowerPoint

Binary Code

Click link to Binary Code Detectives

Binary Code Detectives


R.E – Introduction to Peace

In a world that is not always kind to all, we should try to put as much positivity and peace into it as we can.

Look through this PowerPoint all about peace. Work on the activity, which is all about your own acts of peace.

Click links to Introduction to Peace PowerPoints

Introduction to Peace

Introduction to Peace (1)

Click link to Acts of Peace worksheet

Acts of Peace


Sending you big smiles through the screen! From Miss Nelson & Mr Cunliffe.




Week beginning 15th June Part 1

Monday 15th June 2020


Activity 1 – Multiplying Race

Print out this board or copy it to make your own.

This is a multiplayer game. You will need a die (or a die generator online) and some counters (small items).

Race your opponents around the board, multiplying the number you roll on the dice by the fraction that you land on. If you roll a 4, move 4 spaces and multiply 4 by the fraction you land on.

If you get the answer wrong, you stay where you are. If you get it right, you can roll again.

The first player to reach the end wins!


1/5 x 6 means I have this…

1/5      1/5      1/5      1/5       1/5        1/5

If I add 5 of them together, I will have 1 whole! That means I have 1/5 still left over.

My answer will be a mixed number:  1   1/5

Activity 2

Have a look at these questions to practice your fluency with multiplying fractions by an integer. Have a go at the problem solving and reasoning questions to embed your skills!


Problem Solving and Reasoning

Writing – The Most Disgusting Sandwich in the World!

Write a set of instructions for a sandwich of your own creation. Don’t feel limited by standard ingredients: get weird and whacky!

Look at this set of tips for how your instructions should be set out. Look at recipe books for some ideas as well.


Activity 1

Here is a PowerPoint which focuses on words where the short vowel sound ‘i’ – can be spelt with a ‘y’. Complete the activities in the PowerPoint then have a go at the wordsearch and handwriting sheets containing the same spellings.

Click on the PowerPoint for Spelling ‘i’ with ‘y’


Click on the link for the handwriting sheet

‘i’ spelt as ‘y’ handwriting practise

Click on the link for the wordsearch




Can you use those spellings and create your own sentences?

Activity 2

Have a go at these grammar challenges. Could you invent some grammar challenges of your own, for a grown up to complete?

Reading – Reading Crossword


Choose one of your favourite books – a novel or a short story.

Complete 3 activities (or more) from the reading crossword, starting with the centre square.

Click on the link for the reading crossword

Reading Crossword


History – 3D timeline

Using the time periods and historical events suggested below (or ones of your own choosing), create an interactive, 3D timeline in your house.

You will need:

  • Tape or ribbon for the line itself
  • Craft materials to make small 3D items
  • A large space (depending on the time frame you’re using)


Here is a list of historical time periods and events that you could include on your timeline.


  • The Stone Age (represented with a stone)
  • The Moon Landing (make a small 3D moon or astronaut)
  • Ancient Egypt (make a pyramid)
  • WW2
  • The Ancient Mayans
  • The Bronze Age
  • The Iron Age
  • The Romans
  • Ancient Greece
  • WW1
  • Present day

Geography – Natural Disasters

Look at this photograph of a large wave. Think about the effect that a very large wave could have on people that live near the coast. This is called a tsunami.

Research how, why and where tsunamis occur. Plot significant tsunamis on a map of the world to get an idea which continents are most affected. This might also answer how and why they occur.


Sending you big smiles through the screen!

From Miss Nelson & Mr Cunliffe.

Previous Learning


Week beginning 8th June Part 2 


Activity 1

Have a look through this PowerPoint revision of Roman Numerals. There will be some revision of Year 4 learning as well as some activities and challenges along the way.

Click on the links below:

Roman Numerals (1)

Roman Numerals

You could also have a look at this Roman Numerals worksheet pack for additional practice if you like!

Maths Sphere Roman Numerals Pack

Activity 2 – Roman Numeral Loop Cards

Can you make your own set of Roman Numeral loop cards? The trick is to plan the loop carefully first before making them into cards. Here is a short loop example plan and what the cards should look like.

  • I have V, who has 100?
  • I have C, who has 12?
  • I have XII, who has 5?

This loop will eventually lead back to the beginning. The cards will look like this…

I have V I have C I have Xll
Who has 100 ? Who has 12 ? Who has 5?
Once you have a full set of loop cards, you could play with an adult or send a photograph of the full loop together for our school Facebook page!
Or send your photograph to

Writing – Conservation and Preservation

Have a look at San Diego Zoo’s plants or animals section on their website. Change the filter to ‘Endangered’ or ‘Some Endangered’ and look at the different types of plants and animals that are currently at risk of extinction in the world.

Insert the link for plants

Insert the link for animals

Using the information you collect, create an awareness poster containing: plenty of information about your animal/plant (diet, location, physical features); current conservation status; labelled diagram/drawing of your animal/plant and maybe even a section about what the public can do to help protect the animal/plant.

The aim of this poster should be to inform the reader about the animal/plant and the dangers it faces in the world at the moment. If we are informed, we can make accurate decisions.


If you chose to write about an endangered animal, write a poster for an endangered plant instead and vice versa.


Suffix Word Matrixes

A word matrix is created by choosing a root word – e.g. fright – then collecting the suffixes that can be added to it around it. Have a look at my word matrix for fright.

fright + en + ing




fright + ful + ly


My word matrix contains 9 words created with suffixes including my root word!

I made the words: fright, frighten, frightful, frightening, frightened, frightener, frightens, frightfully and frightfulness.

Explore your own word matrix with the following root words…

  • help
  • joy
  • act


Consider the effect of adding a prefix. Could you add a box before the root word as well?



Activity 1 – Battle of the Books

Think about the best books you have ever read. Can you create a colourful flow chart comparing your favourite titles? Can you challenge yourself to say why you chose one to progress to the next round? Look at this example for an idea.

Activity 2

Look at this short text about The Jungle Book. Read the text and answer the questions about it. 

Click on the link below

the jungle book pdf


Listen to this piece of music put together by Miss Nelson’s brother. It is a sample of Martin Luther King’s famous ‘I Have a Dream’ speech put over a beautiful piece of music by The Cinematic Orchestra – Arrival of the Birds.

Listen to the clip once then think about the way it makes you feel. Put together a short dance with movements that build as the music does. Try to convey your emotions through the dance. Listen to the audio clip for ‘I Have a Dream’


Science – Bees and Eva Crane

Read through this PowerPoint about a scientist called Eva Crane and her work with bees. Complete the activity at the end of the PowerPoint to demonstrate what you have learnt. Click on the link below:

bees and eva crane pdf



Create your own bee life cycle spin wheel with this resource. You could add it to your information page to make it more interactive.

Click on the link below:

Bee Life Cycle Spin Wheel


Sending you big smiles through the screen! From Miss Nelson & Mr Cunliffe.

Previous Learning

Week beginning 8th June Part 1


Activity 1

Look through the PowerPoint on divisibility rules. Click on the link below.

Divisiblity powerpoint

Use the methods from the PowerPoint to help you complete the table inserted below. Put a tick if the number is divisible by the number across the top and cross if it isn’t.

Activity 2

Use the bus stop method to help you calculate these division facts. Remember when we start our bus stop method we start from the LEFT.

Now have a go at the bus stop division questions. Click on the link below.

Bus stop division questions

Activity 3

Below are some division word problems for you to have a go at. Remember to read the problems carefully and to underline or highlight the key information from the question.


Look at this picture and pretend you have traveled to somewhere around the world in your hot air balloon. Write a 3 day diary entry talking about where you have been; what you have seen and what you have done.


We are going to be focusing on the grapheme ‘ere’. Read through the PowerPoint and then complete the sheets attached below. Write a sentence for each word from the sheet.

Challenge: can you think of some of your own examples of words that have the ‘ere’ grapheme and write a sentence for some of those.

There are 3 activities below for you to complete: watch the ere PowerPoint; complete the handwriting sheet and the word search activity. Click on the links below.

ere PowerPoint

Ere handwriting sheet

Ere wordsearch


Activity 1

Activity 2

Have a go at this reading comprehension.

Top Tip- Read through the text carefully and jot down or highlight key information.

Click on the link below

Reading comprehension sheet


Watch this video

What instruments can you see/hear?

What was your favourite thing about this piece?

Do you think you could make instruments out of things around your home?


All people, no matter who they are or where they are in the world, have the same human rights. Human rights help make the world a better place, help people to be treated fairly and to have what they need to live a happy, fulfilled and successful life.

Design a symbol which celebrates people throughout the world and their human rights.

Sometimes people don’t have their human rights met. This can make their lives very hard and a real struggle. How does that make you feel? How can we help to make sure everyone has and equal opportunity and has their human rights met?

Sending you big smiles through the screen! From Miss Nelson & Mr Cunliffe.

Previous Learning

Week beginning 1st June part 2


Activity 1

Have a go at the Multiplication wheels to warm up. Time yourself and see how quickly you can answer them all correctly.

Multiplication wheels- warm up

Activity 2

Activity 3

Have a go at some of the missing box questions. Remember, to solve these you will need to do the inverse.

Missing box 3 by 1 digit multiplication


Story starter!

Hours and hours had passed, and she hadn’t seen a soul. The monotony of trudging through this seemingly never-ending labyrinth was tiring, and her eyelids felt heavy. The heady scent of the pine sap and earthy moss added to her lethargic state. She felt as if she could close her eyes and sleep for a thousand years. She knew she couldn’t though; being trapped in the woods when night fell wouldn’t be a wise move. Making the most of the remaining daylight would be crucial, she knew.

A great sense of foreboding filled her, and she had a tight feeling in her chest. The trees around her, like sentinels protecting the gods of the forest, seemed to bear down upon her. The dense army of pine trees threatened her from every side. There was only one path forward, and she took it hesitantly, not knowing what awaited her in the distance…

Read through this story starter. How does it make you feel? What mood do you think the author is trying to give?

Your task is to re-write this passage to make it cheerful. The plot must stay the same. So it must include a girl going into a forest. Think about which words and phrases you might need to change.


We are going to be focussing on the suffix ‘ful’. Read through the powerpoint and then complete the sheets attached below. Write a sentence for each word from the sheet. Challenge can you think of some of your own examples of words that have the ‘ful’ suffix and write a sentence for some of those.

Year 5 Term 3B Week 4 – Presentation


Activity 1

Watch this clip of Michael Rosen performing his poem ‘No Breathing in Class’

Think about how he performs this poem. What does he do with his voice? What does he do with his body and hands? How does he make it entertaining?

Think about those and we want you to have a go at performing it to someone in your family. If you want to record it and send it in please do because Miss Nelson and I would love to see them.

Activity 2

Have a go at the Rainforests comprehension attached below. There are 3 levels so depending on how confident you feel you can choose the level you want to start at.

Really confident- start on the 3 star sheet.

Feeling okay- start on the 2 star sheet.

Feeling nervous and finding it a bit tricky- Start on the 1 star sheet.

Rainforest reading comprehension


Anglo-Saxons and Vikings Activity 1

Can you do some research and find out the following facts for us?

  1. Who was Alfred the Great and why is he famous?
  2. Where did the Vikings originally come from?
  3. When did the Vikings begin to invade Britain?
  4. Where in Britain did the Vikings first land and why did they land there?

Activity 2

Research, design and create your own Viking shield. Below are some examples of what they could look like.


Find the definitions for these words and then research some examples of these processes.

e.g. Melting- The process by which a substance changes from a solid to a liquid.

An example of this is when ice turns into water.

Your words are:


Irreversible change

Reversible change



Sending you big smiles through the screen! From Miss Nelson & Mr Cunliffe.

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Week Beginning Monday 1st June 2020


Activity 1

Work through the activities on this PowerPoint all about multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000. Take your time and be confident with each activity before moving onto the next one.

Multiplying and Dividing by 10, 100 and 1000

Activity 2

Complete these decimal word problems. They all involve adding and subtracting decimals so please check that your columns for addition and subtraction are lined up correctly. Then you’ll be sure to reach the correct answers!

Decimal Word Problems


Eye of the Storm – What’s the Story?

In your own words, retell the story in the video. Remember to include as much detail as you can to engage the reader.

Try to include as many of the writing skills we have learnt in Year 5 as possible. You could include: relative clauses, parenthesis, fronted adverbials, metaphors and similes and a wide variety of punctuation.

Show not tell is the key.


Modal Verbs

Modal verbs are verbs that expresses necessity or possibility.

Here are a few examples: mustshallwillshouldwouldcancouldmay, and might.

Look through the PowerPoint about modal verbs. Stop and complete the two activities when you get to them.

Modal Verbs 1

Modal Verbs – Assessing the Situation

Modal Verbs – Complete the Sentences


Activity 1

Activity 2

Here is a non-fiction text about Octopuses. Have a read about these wonderfully weird animals then see if you can answer the questions about them.

The Octopus

PSHE – Money Matters

Have a look through this PowerPoint about money and complete the activities along the way.

At the end of the PowerPoint, stop and complete the poster activity to sum up everything you have learnt about money and financial risks.

Money Matters

MFL – Ordering in a Restaurant

Choosing a preferred language (not English!) create a grid of different foods and the labels in a different language. Have a look at Miss Nelson’s grid below – Miss Nelson is still learning Spanish.

Once you have some menu items, you could work on how to ask for something in your chosen language.

You might learn…

‘Please can I have…?’

‘Could you bring…?’

‘Without cheese’

‘More water please’

I always thought playing restaurant was fun, so why not try it in Spanish!’

“Mi plato favourito es una hamburgesa grande con queso y chorizo picante. Esta muy rica!”

My favourite dish is a big burger with cheese and spicy sausage. It’s very tasty! – Miss Nelson, May 2020.

Sending you big smiles through the screen! From Miss Nelson & Mr Cunliffe.

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Happy Half Term!

Year 5’s Around the World Menu Challenge

For our half term project, we would like you to plan and create a menu that takes us on a journey around the world.

What you must include:

  1. Title for the menu.
  2. Names for the menu items and a brief description of each dish underneath it.
  3. All the ingredients needed for each course listed (so that we can check for allergies).
  4. Either a photograph or a picture of the meal.


If you can, feel free to make your menu over the half term. Take plenty of photographs so we can see how they all turned out.

Safety reminder: any cooking or preparation should be done with the supervision of an adult.

Don’t feel like you have to make all your courses! You could make all of them, one of them or none of them. It’s the thought that counts.

Mr Cunliffe’s Menu Items Include:

Main: Homemade Pizza Breads from Italy Dessert: Peanut Butter Rice Cakes & Strawberries from USA

Miss Nelson’s Menu Items Include:

Main: Vegan Curry with Crusty Cob from India

Dessert: Terry’s Chocolate Orange Cheesecake from USA

All Mr Cunliffe and Miss Nelson’s recipes will be shared upon request once we are back in school 😊



Week beginning 18th May part 2


Activity 1

Have a look at this link and click on the video for Lesson 1 about adding and subtracting fractions. Stop and pause the video at the instructed times to have a go at the activities.

Activity 2

Practise adding and subtracting fractions with these worksheets. Each level gets harder with some simplifying and converting of the answers.

Adding and Subtracing Fractions Level 1

Adding and Subtracing Fractions Level 2

Adding and Subtracing Fractions Level 3

Adding and Subtracing Fractions Level 4



Think about the last time you had a shock. What was the news? How did you cope with it?


Activity 1

You learnt about determiners in Year 4. Try to spot the determiners in each sentence. There are 3 different challenges. 1 – easier 3 – hardest.

Determiners Challenge 1

Determiners Challenge 1 Answers

Determiners Challenge 2

Determiners Challenge 2 Answers

Determiners Challenge 3

Determiners Challenge 3 Answers

Activity 2

Can you create 3 different A-Z of:

  • a collection of adjectives
  • a collection of verbs
  • a collection of adverbsReading Activity 1Can you use iMovie or a similar app to make a movie trailer based on your favourite book? If you don’t have access to these apps, complete your book to movie trailer using a comic strip concept.Try not to give too much away in your trailer but also, make us want to see it!Activity 2 Here is a story about Martine and her white giraffe Jeremy. Read about their adventure then answer the questions about it.


Wild Ride Comprehension


Find some objects around your house. Thinking about their properties, can you group and classify them in a variety of different ways? Take some photos of how you’ve grouped your objects and email them to us! See if we can work out how you’ve grouped your objects.


Research some stained glass windows in churches – local or global. A lot of stained-glass windows are beautiful and are there to inform people of a story or as a symbol of something or someone.

Can you design your own stained-glass window to tell a story about yourself and/or your family?

Sending you big smiles through the screen! From Miss Nelson & Mr Cunliffe.

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Week beginning 18th May


Activity 1

Have a look at these proper fractions. Can you simplify them by finding their highest common factor and dividing the numerator and the denominator? Check your answer is in its simplest form.

Simplifying Fractions

Activity 2

Now that you’ve mastered simplifying fractions, have a look at these improper fractions. Convert them to mixed number fractions by dividing the numerator by the denominator. This is how many wholes there are, what’s left is the fraction. E.g.

18/5                18÷5 = 3 remainder 3      =     3  3/5

Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Number

Activity 3

How about the other way around? Change these mixed numbers into improper fractions by multiplying the whole number by the denominator then adding the numerator. E.g.

5  2/5            5 x 5 = 25 + 2 = 27              = 27/5

Mixed Number to Improper


Write a letter to Mr Cunliffe, Miss Nelson or both of us. In your letter you could tell us about lots of things but if you’re stuck, here are some ideas:

  • What you have been getting up to during lockdown
  • Funny stories
  • Hopes for the future (post lockdown)
  • Wishes and dreams for the distant future (ambitions and careers)

Put the school address on the letter and post it to us! We’ll keep them as precious keepsakes from this strange time.


Here is a PowerPoint all about the ‘cious’ spelling pattern. Complete the activities in the PowerPoint then have a go at the wordsearch and handwriting sheets containing the same spellings.





Can you use those spellings and create your own sentences?

Could you think of any of your own root words where we can use ‘cious’ to create a new word?


Activity 1

Choose any of the 4 texts we have looked at so far in Year 5 (King Kong, Highwayman, Tempest, Once).

Complete the following activity and extension activity. Really think about key points of the story that you might have taken a different path. The results could be very interesting.

Activity 2

Here is a text about a little boy called Albion. Read about his adventure then answer the questions about it.

Albion’s Dream


Rivers of the World – Top Trumps Edition

Can you create your own set of Top Trumps with a theme around the world’s rivers? Your categories could include:

– length in miles/km

– number of countries it flows through

– deadly animals – give a score out of 100 based on the number of deadly animals in and around the river (this is your choice)

– number of people that depend on the river


Still Life Drawings

Find something that you find interesting to do a still life drawing of. It could be something close to home or further afield if you’re out for your daily exercise.


Why did you choose this to draw? What drew you in?

Sending you big smiles through the screen! From Miss Nelson & Mr Cunliffe.

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Week Beginning 11th May part 2


Activity 1

Angle Hunting

Look around your house and garden for different types of angles. Try to find a few examples of the following angles we’ve looked at in school.

  • Right angles (90°)
  • Acute angles (less than 90°)
  • Obtuse angles (more than 90° but less than 180°)
  • Reflex angles (more than 180° but less than 360°)Activity 2Design a new school yard that is made from the following shapes. Be inventive with your objects on the yard. Think about the new shape of the bins, benches, railings, stairs etc.1 right angled triangle, 1 scalene triangle, 1 semi-circle, 2 regular quadrilaterals, 2 irregular quadrilaterals, 1 regular octagon, 1 irregular octagon, 1 regular heptagon and 1 irregular heptagon.Challenge – can you successfully include any 3D shapes.Activity 3Here is a flowchart about 3D shapes and their properties. Can you complete the flowchart and find out where all the shapes live?WritingWrite a speech as if you were the Prime minister of the UK. The aim of your speech should be to lift people’s spirits and encourage positive actions and outcomes.Watch this clip of a child in the USA that made a Youtube Channel called ‘Kid President’. Use his ideas to help you write your speech and deliver it with confidence and charisma. Nelson and Mr Cunliffe’s top tips for speech delivery:
    • Grape vine across the room and talk with your hands (like Miss Nelson does)
    • Maintain eye contact and smile
    • If appropriate, include some humour to engage your audience
    • Relate what you’re saying to them and yourself e.g. ‘We can’
    • Dress up and use props!Mr Cunliffe and Miss Nelson would LOVE to see these speeches in action. Please try to record your speech and send it to us at!


Here is a PowerPoint all about the ‘ough’ spelling pattern.

Year 5 spelling pattern ‘ough’

Complete the activities in the PowerPoint then have a go at the wordsearch and handwriting sheets containing the same spellings.


Handwriting – Cursive


Can you use those spellings and create your own sentences?

Could you think of any of your own and sort them into categories based on how the spelling sounds?


Activity 1

Can you practise reading your speech out loud? Practise your intonation and pace when you’re reading. You could even record yourself and listen to yourself back.

Activity 2

If you don’t have access to an iPad or camera, you could draw the facial expressions of your character and write about each one underneath it.

Activity 3

Have a go at this short comprehension. A young girl has written it from the viewpoint of a whale living in the ocean.

Dear Humans Comprehension


Reversible and irreversible changes

Have a look at the following foods that can be heated to change their state. You could actually have a go at heating these foods (with adult supervision) to make the experiment more fun!

Use your results to complete the sheet.

Reversible and Irreversible Changes


Create and perform a family haka! (we really hope you film it for us as well!)

Think about each move and the emotions you’re trying to convey.

Remember these tips for a great haka:

Sending you big smiles through the screen! From Miss Nelson & Mr Cunliffe.

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Activity 1

Have a look at these graphs and charts. Answer the questions below by reading the charts and retrieving the information.

Statistics – Activity 1

Activity 2

Work through this PowerPoint all about line graphs. Read the information carefully to spot the mistakes, determine whether information is true or false and solve questions related to the data.

Statistics – Line Graphs



We’ve loved relative clauses this year! They make our writing richer and engaging. Remember a relative clause is a clause that is attached to a main clause by a relative pronoun such as who, which, or that.

See if you can spot the relative clauses in these sentences. Write some of your own as a challenge!

Spot the Relative Clause


Activity 1

Activity 2

Here’s a non-fiction text about the rain and nature. Complete the short comprehension questions underneath it.

Rain and Nature Comprehension


Mr Cunliffe’s feet are hurting from all the running he’s been doing during lockdown.

Can you design a new pair of trainers that will be more comfortable than his current pair and that will help Mr Cunliffe run even faster?

Draw and label your design and don’t forget to be super creative! Remember to add an explanation for how your new design has managed to help Mr Cunliffe.


Research how to say the following English phrases in Spanish. Once you have done this, choose any other languages you’re interested in and do the same for them!

Hello Thank you Please
How are you? I’m very well Goodbye
Do you speak English? I’m tired I’m hungry


English Spanish
Hello Hola


Sending you big smiles through the screen! From Miss Nelson & Mr Cunliffe

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Week beginning 4th May part 2


Activity 1

Have a look at these arithmetic and reasoning questions linked to place value.

Top Tips:

Remember where the decimal point is.

Write the column headings at the top (M, HTH, TTH, TH, H, T, O . t, h, th) if you need to.

If you’re asked to explain your reasoning, always try to show a calculation as well – it helps focus an answer that might have been unclear in just words alone.

Activity 2

The Nasty Game

We have played this in class before. Here is a reminder of the rules.

The Nasty Game Rules

1000s 100s 10s 1s . 1/10 1/100
Miss N 7 .
Mr C .

You will need a random number generator (online) and set it between 1-9. You will take it in turns to generate a number. You are trying to make your number the biggest possible and the other person’s as small as possible. Miss Nelson goes first and gets a 7. Miss Nelson can choose where she puts this digit. She can put it in my row or her own. Numbers in red have been placed by Miss Nelson and Mr Cunliffe’s are in blue.

Mr C rolls a 3 and puts it in Miss Nelson’s row.

1000s 100s 10s 1s . 1/10 1/100
Miss N 3 7 .
Mr C .


Miss Nelson then rolls a 6.

1000s 100s 10s 1s . 1/10 1/100
Miss N 3 7 .
Mr C 6 .


Mr C then rolls a 4!

1000s 100s 10s 1s . 1/10 1/100
Miss N 3 7 .
Mr C 4 6 .


Because of place value, Mr C has already won the first point!!! WOOP!!! At this point we would fill in place holders where needed for the rest of the columns, so Mr C’s number would be 4600 and Miss Nelson’s would be 3700!

Play someone at home and see who can get to 10 points first.


Professor Snape flicked his wand and a stream of bright light shone into the night. A bright, white doe appeared in front of him. He smiled as the doe danced across the forest, but began to frown when he saw the Dementor approaching.

This is a story starter from one of our favourite morning starter websites – Pobble365.

Can you draw a different Harry Potter character (casting a spell) then write your own story starter using the model from Pobble365?


Trouble with Tenses

Have a look at these activities; they are all about spotting the past and present tense. Choose E for a challenge or GD for a harder challenge.

Past or Present – E

Past or Present – GD

Past or Present – Answers

Extension Challenge

Professor Snape flicked his wand and a stream of bright light shone into the night. A bright, white doe appeared in front of him. He smiled as the doe danced across the forest, but began to frown when he saw the Dementor approaching.

Can you rewrite this text about Professor Snape in the present tense? There will be a lot of little words that need to be added so take care with your choices.


A Lifetime Tale in Pictures

Draw the main character from a book you have recently read.  Show them as a baby, middle aged and as an older person.

Underneath each picture, write what you think they might have been doing at that point of their life, and explain why they may be doing so.

For example, if you drew Harry Potter as a baby, he might be casting spells on his mum to feed him his baby food.

Use this template if you would like somewhere to start.


Have a look at these OS (Ordinance Survey) symbols.

Can you draw your own map of your local area (or somewhere familiar to you) using these symbols?


Create a fictional, mystery location and make your own map symbols to highlight important features.

Sending you big smiles through the screen! From Miss Nelson & Mr Cunliffe.

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Activity 1

Look at this information from the Britain’s Got Talent results in 2016

  1. Work out the percentage difference between each act.
  2. If there were 1,500 votes, how many votes would each act have received? (Remember: find useful percentages 10% – divide by 10 – and 1% – divide by 100 – to work out tricky percentages).
  3. Can you make a graph or chart to show the results? (pie, bar, pictogram)

Activity 2 

Have a go at these percentages word problems:

Percentage Word Problems

Percentage Word Problems – Answers

Activity 3

Have you got Maths Eyes ?

This is a great website to encourage you to see maths in the world around you…

There is a competition on the website each year to take a photograph containing an element of maths and explain what you’ve seen with a short tag line.

Why not try this yourself at home?

Maths can come in all shapes and sizes to be creative and have some fun with it!


Let’s be creative and write some shape poems! Choose any shape and any subject matter you would like.

You could write a poem about an animal or about an issue facing the world in modern day. You could write about history or about something beautiful/interesting.

Have a look at a few examples below for some inspiration.


Ask everyone in your house about their favourite and why they like it. Using this information, create a family recommendations poster of great books.

You never know, you might inspire an entire nation to read your favourite books!


Remember how to use parenthesis? I’m sure you do (hope you do) but just in case, here’s a little reminder.

A parenthesis is a word, phrase, or clause inserted into a sentence as an explanation or afterthought. When a parenthesis is removed, the surrounding text is still grammatically sound.

For example:

Miss Nelson (the wittiest Year 5 teacher) is writing this sentence.

I’ve used brackets because I want you to notice my parenthesis. Brackets grab the attention of the reader.

Mr Cunliffe, on the other hand, has just finished a revitalising walk.

I’ve used commas because my parenthesis is not the focus. It does however draw your attention back to my previous sentence as a comparison; so it’s still important.

They both missed their classes of children – the best children ever – and wanted to be back in school with them.

I’ve used dashes to highlight the parenthesis as perhaps the most important aspect of the sentence here.

 Below are links to different SPaG activities linked to spotting parenthesis. Choose D for a challenge, E for a harder challenge and GD for a super challenge.

The greatest challenge of all however, will be using parenthesis yourself in your own sentences. Try to write a short paragraph using some of the different punctuation. No need to overdo it though! A parenthesis can be as subtle as you choose.

Parenthesis – D – Challenging

Parenthesis – E – Challenge Extended

Parenthesis – GD – Super Challenge

Parenthesis – Answers (1)

Science  –  Earth and Space

We know that lots of you are already fascinated by this subject in science so let’s see how much we remember by using this cloze procedure activity.

Play level 1 if you would like some options to fill in the gaps about Earth and Space.

Play level 2 if you would like the answers in a box at the bottom, for you to select from.

Once you have finished the cloze procedure, you could use the facts to make a space quiz for your family! Remember to give your family some multiple choice options if they’re stuck.

Space Cloze Activity – Level 1

Space Cloze Activity – Level 1 – Answers

Space Cloze Activity – Level 2

Space Cloze Activity – Level 2 – Answers


Can you design and build your own Mayan temple? Research the architecture of Mayan temples; what they were built from and why they build this way.

Use items found around your house to make your own Mayan temple.

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Week beginning 27th April 2020 part 2


What do we remember about factors and multiples? We did lots of work on finding multiples by using our times tables e.g.

Multiples of 7

7, 14, 21, 28, 35, 42, 49, 56, 63, 70, 77, 84

Factors are numbers that divide into another number exactly; leaving no remainders. E.g.

7 is a factor of all of the above numbers.


Can you design and create some artistic factor trees or factor bugs? They can look very simple and mathematical however they could look fun and decorative!

Remember to find factors of 20, start with 1 and 20 then work your way up. Just because there isn’t a factor to pair with 3…doesn’t mean there isn’t one to go with 4. So don’t stop until you’ve found them all.

Create a factor bug or factor tree for the following numbers or choose your own.

12                      24                         36                       45                       90

If you want more from factors and multiples…why not have a go at the problem solving questions for it! Click on D for challenging Year 5 problems, E for harder  challenges and GD for super hard challenges!

Factors – D – Challenging

Factors – E – Harder Challenges

Factors – GD – Super Hard Challenges


Can you write a gripping story using this picture as a starting point? There is already a story starter there to help give you ideas but you don’t have to use it if you think you’ve come up with a better idea.

Think about some of the techniques your favourite authors use such as:

  • Varying sentence types
  • Show not tell
  • Powerful vocabulary
  • Fronted adverbials
  • Similes, metaphors and personification


Use a dictionary or the internet to find the definitions of each of these homophones and then write a sentence using them in the correct context.

For example-

Miss Nelson always lets out a groan when Mr Cunliffe forgets his iPad for the register and has to ask to borrow hers.

When it was time to go back to school, Mr Cunliffe and Miss Nelson couldn’t believe how much their classes had grown.


Here is a reading comprehension about Space Tourism. Have a read through this non-fiction text then answer the questions underneath it. Scan back through the text to retrieve the answers and be clear and detailed when you write your answers. Sometimes the mark scheme can be really tough!

Space Tourism Comprehension


Get everyone in your house to choose their favourite song. Listen to them all and compare them.

Think about these questions and discuss them with someone:

Why do you like this song?

Is it special?

What instruments do you think you can hear?

What tempo is it? (Fast or slow)

How is the song structured? e.g. verses and choruses

Then listen to them all again and have a big dance/sing-along/party (or even a lip sync battle!)

Sending you big high fives through the screen! From Miss Nelson & Mr Cunliffe.

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Here are some word problems linked to the four operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

For each question, can you underline the key words that tell you what to do? Don’t forget to show your working out. It can be worth 1 mark if the answer isn’t quite right.


Last week we watched this clip about Pandora… (see last week’s activity at the bottom of the page)

Can you write a non-chronological report about your creature?

You will need to structure your writing with a heading, an introductory paragraph and subheadings.

These are the subheadings you could include:





Fun Facts

Don’t forget to include photographs (pictures if not on the computer), captions and labels to make your non-chronological report authentic!


Can you learn a short poem by heart and then perform it? You could perform it for your toys, a family audience or even bigger…Twitter!

Mr Cunliffe & Miss Nelson’s top tips for a performance

Speak clearly.

Use gestures and change your facial expressions.

Vary your tone for expression.

Be creative and dramatic (we know you can definitely do that!)


Choose one of the following 3 artists. Can you recreate one of their most famous pieces of work? You could choose to paint, sketch, draw, model, build or use computer technology.

  • Salvador Dali
  • Pablo Picasso
  • Andy Warhol

Sending you big high fives through the screen! From Miss Nelson & Mr Cunliffe.

Year 5 Curriculum Guide

Year 5 National Expectations

Year 5 Activities

Y5 Air Resistance Investigation

5N Materials “Vertical Relay”

Useful links

Basic Kit-list sheet

The Hive

National Autism Society Website

Dance Mat Typing
Learn to type the fun way!