Year 5 – Remote Learning Provisions

Year 5

Home Learning Provisions

On this page you will find 10 days of pre-planned lessons. There is a daily timetable for each day which outlines the maths, reading, spelling, writing and curriculum lessons expected to be completed that day.

Lots of the lessons have resources provided online through videos that you can access for free. We have attached copies of worksheets here too and you can access these from home or you can collect a Home Learning Pack from school that has paper copies of these – see Mrs Lillie.

Mr Ricketts & Miss Sanders

Literacy

Follow the link below and watch the National Oak Academy video, which introduces you to the text, “The Viewer.”  Once you have watched the video answer the following prediction questions, using the prompts from the lesson:

– Where is the opening set?

-When is this taking place?

-Who is the person?

-What are they doing?

Maths - Fractions

Watch the video lesson, which considers how to describe fractions.  When the video asks you to tackle the Independent Activity, pause it and complete the task.  The answers will be shown later in the video.

Science

For this weeks Science lesson, please look at the Powerpoint named ‘New Plants’.

Next label the parts of a flower sheet – using the parts of a flower information cards.

Finally complete the pollination activity sheet.

Literacy

Follow the link below and watch the National Oak Academy video, which explores extending sentences using relative clauses.  Whilst watching the video, record your practice sentences in your journal and then complete the relative clause worksheet.

Maths - Fractions

First complete the recap quiz on equivalence.

Next, watch the video lesson,  which considers the meaning of equivalence.  When the video asks you to tackle the Independent Activity, pause it and complete the task.  The answers will be shown later in the video.

PSHE

Literacy

Follow the link below and watch the National Oak Academy video, which explores adjectives and nouns that can be sued to describe the setting.  Whilst watching the video, record any nouns identified, into your journal, and generate adjectives that could be used to describe them.  You can use your tablet or laptop to help search for effective adjectives that can be used.

When you have finished watching the video, use the prompts to find nouns within the nouns, using the prompts from the video, and then generate adjectives to describe these new nouns.

Maths - Fractions

First complete the recap quiz on equivalent fractions.

Next, watch the video lesson,  which considers equivalent fractions.  When the video asks you to tackle the Independent Activity, pause it and complete the task.  The answers will be shown later in the video.

At the end, complete your Final quiz.

RE

Literacy

Follow the link below and watch the National Oak Academy video, which considers language that could be used to describe chaos.  Once you have watched the video, write sentences using the vocabulary studied in the lesson, recording these in your journal. Use the sentence stems from the video.

Maths - Fractions

First complete the recap quiz on comparing fractions.

Next, watch the video lesson,  which compares fractions less than one.  When the video asks you to tackle the Independent Activity, pause it and complete the task.  The answers will be shown later in the video.

At the end, complete your Final quiz.

Art

Literacy

Follow the link below and watch the National Oak Academy video, which explores adverbs and verbs that can be sued to describe the setting.  Whilst watching the video, record any ideas that can be used to describe your setting, into your journals.  You can use your tablet or laptop to help search for additional, effective language that can be used.

When you have finished watching the video, use the language that you have generated over the last three lessons and create three, high quality sentences that can be used in your own setting description.

Maths - Fractions

First complete the recap quiz on comparing fractions.

Next, watch the video lesson,  which compares fractions greater than one.  When the video asks you to tackle the Independent Activity, pause it and complete the task.  The answers will be shown later in the video.

At the end, complete your Final quiz.

French

Literacy

Follow the link below and watch the National Oak Academy video, which models how to write an opening to the story.  Whilst watching the video, magpie any useful ideas that could be used in your work, into your journal.

When you have finished watching the video, pause the screen on the success criteria page and use these prompts to help you write your own opening to the story.

Maths - Fractions

First complete the recap quiz on comparing fractions.

Next, watch the video lesson,  which considers decimal and fraction equivalence.  When the video asks you to tackle the Independent Activity, pause it and complete the task.  The answers will be shown later in the video.

Science

Literacy

Follow the link below and watch the National Oak Academy video, which explores how to infer meaning from images.

When you have finished watching the video, rewind and look at the different images from the story, answering the following questions:

-What adjectives could be used to describe the images?

-How do the images make you feel as a reader?

-What effect is Shaun Tan trying to have on you?

-What would you do with The Viewer if you were Tristan?

Maths - Fractions

First complete the recap quiz on equivalent fractions.

Next, watch the video lesson,  which considers equivalent fractions.  When the video asks you to tackle the Independent Activity, pause it and complete the task.  The answers will be shown later in the video.

At the end, complete your Final quiz.

RE

Literacy

Follow the link below and watch the National Oak Academy video, which explores vocabulary that can be used for a diary entry.  Whilst watching the video, record any useful ideas into your journal.

When you have finished watching the video, use the vocabulary generated to write sentences to describe what Tristan:

1) saw when he looked through The Viewer.

2) felt when he saw those images.

3) did when he felt that way.

Maths - Fractions

First complete the recap quiz on adding fractions.

Next, watch the video lesson,  which considers adding fractions.  When the video asks you to tackle the Independent Activity, pause it and complete the task.  The answers will be shown later in the video.

At the end, complete your Final quiz.

PSHE

Literacy

Follow the link below and watch the National Oak Academy video, which models how to write Diary entry from Tristan’s perspective.  Whilst watching the video, magpie any useful ideas that could be used in your work, into your journal.

When you have finished watching the video, pause the screen on the success criteria page and use these prompts to help you write your own diary entry, as if you were Tristan.

Maths - Fractions

First complete the recap quiz on adding fractions.

Next, watch the video lesson,  which considers subtracting fractions.  When the video asks you to tackle the Independent Activity, pause it and complete the task.  The answers will be shown later in the video.

At the end, complete your Final quiz.

Art

Literacy

Follow the link below and watch the National Oak Academy video, which models how to write an alternate ending to the story.  Whilst watching the video, magpie any useful ideas that could be used in your work, into your journal.

When you have finished watching the video, pause the screen on the success criteria page and use these prompts to help you write your own alternate ending to the story.

Maths - Fractions

First complete the recap quiz on fraction problem solving.

Next, watch the video lesson,  which considers fraction problem solving.  When the video asks you to tackle the Independent Activity, pause it and complete the task.  The answers will be shown later in the video.

At the end, complete your Final quiz.

PE

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This website was launched in January 2022 - please be patient while we continue to add more information!