Year 5 Home Learning

If your child has to isolate, Miss Cooke will let you know which week/day of home learning to start on. Tasks will be set on Purple Mash to complete and feedback will be given on the platform.

Week 1

Day 1
EnglishTo introduce the text and author
MathsTo describe positions on a 2D Grid as coordinates
TopicCommunity Care
Day 2
EnglishTo infer from images and make comparisons
MathsTo investigate a problem, describing position on a 2-D grid as coordinates
TopicI roll with my role
Day 3
EnglishTo use images to make comparisons and predictions
MathsTo Plot Specified Points and Draw Sides to Complete a Given Triangle
TopicWe are a jigsaw
Day 4
EnglishTo use images to make comparisons and links between the two stories
MathsTo Describe Movement Between Positions as Translations of a Given Unit Left/Right or Up/Down 1
TopicHelp is on hand
Day 5
EnglishTo identify the themes and messages of the story
MathsTo Describe Movement Between Positions as Translations of a Given Unit Left/Right or Up/Down 2
TopicThe Mayor Making ceremony

Week 2

Day 1
EnglishTo introduce the context and genre of a text (Mary Anning)
MathsMultiples and factors
TopicBuddhism 1
Day 2
EnglishTo answer retrieval questions (Mary Anning)
MathsFactor pairs
TopicBuddhism 2
Day 3
EnglishTo answer language questions (Part 1) (Mary Anning)
MathsPrime numbers
TopicBuddhism 3
Day 4
EnglishTo answer language questions (Part 2) (Mary Anning)
MathsFactor and multiple chains
TopicBuddhism 4
Day 5
EnglishTo make inferences based on a text (Mary Anning)
MathsMultiplying and dividing by 10, 100, 1000
TopicBuddhism 5

Week 3

Day 1
EnglishTo engage with the text and the main character (Street Child by Berlie Doherty)
MathsDoubling and halving strategies
TopicMusic 1
Day 2
EnglishTo make inferences about the main character (Street Child by Berlie Doherty)
MathsUsing derived facts to multiply mentally
TopicMusic 2
Day 3
EnglishTo ask questions when reading to help with our comprehension (Street Child by Berlie Doherty)
MathsCalculating flexibly
TopicMusic 3
Day 4
EnglishTo consider the author’s characterisation (Street Child by Berlie Doherty)
MathsShort multiplication
TopicMusic 4
Day 5
EnglishTo reflect upon the story and Victoria society (Street Child by Berlie Doherty)
MathsLong multiplication
TopicMusic 5

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