Year 5 – Home Learning

Year 5 – Home Learning

also see main home learning page
and the year 5 page for brainbuilders and any other news/info

During the next few weeks, you will be working from home. Please make use of all the websites you know will help you with your learning such as:

TT Rockstars
Prodigy Maths
Spelling Shed
Study ladder
Letter Join


Summer term 2 – Home Learning Tasks

Summer 2 Topic 2020

Kahoot topic challenge
Game PIN: 05797833


As well as completing your tasks on Studyladder, please complete the activities From White Rose Home Learning page. Start from week 1 and work through each lesson (1 a day)! There is a video for you to watch each lesson which will help you with your learning.



Week 5

Worksheets (see answers in section below)

Year 5

Lesson 1 – Add and subtract fractions 2019
Lesson 2 – Add fractions 2019
Lesson 3 – Add mixed numbers 2019
Lesson 4 – Subtract mixed numbers 2019


Lesson 1 Answers – Add and subtract fractions 2019
Lesson 2 Answers – Add fractions 2019
Lesson 3 Answers – Add mixed numbers 2019
Lesson 4 Answers – Subtract mixed numbers 2019

Week 6

Year 5

Lesson 1 – Multiply unit and non-unit fractions by integers
Lesson 2 – Multiply mixed numbers by integers 2019
Lesson 3 – Fractions of an amount 2019
Lesson 4 – Fractions as operators 2019

Take a picture of your work and post it on twitter so your teacher can see how well you have done!


w/c 13th July – Flowers

This week’s science activity is an investigation all about flowers


w/c 6th July – Your Body

This week’s science activity is an investigation about your body. Why don’t you give it a try?


w/c 29th June – Salt crystals

Have a go at growing salt crystals for this week’s science investigation.





Science home learning

forces knowledge mat 2020

Science Kahoot

PIN 05960794

Oldham Pledge

We would like to invite all Year 5 to try the Oldham Pledge Challenge!

Class 9 began their work on the Oldham Pledge passport at the start of the year. We have uploaded a digital version of the pledge passport, so if they wish children could fill it in at home. We have also attached the newsletter sent by Oldham Pledge which gives some ideas of tasks you could complete to put in your pledge passport. Have a think about activities we did in school you could put in your pledge passport. Think about things you are doing at home. Have you tried to do Jo Wickes PE workout? That could be Pledge 2! Have you made sure to keep your bedroom tidy and completed your home learning without being reminded by an adult. That could be Pledge 3. Have you logged onto Oxford Owl, or read a new comic book, that could be Pledge 4. There’s lots of opportunities to complete your pledges while at home.
Remember, you can share pictures of your great pledge work on our twitter page for Mr Clarke to see. We will share pledge opportunities if we find them.


Oldham Pledge Passport online

Various – Have a go at making your own chocolate at home! Send us pictures / videos to the school twitter if you are allowed.

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