Year 5 Home Learning (Isolation)
Welcome to the Year 5 Home Learning page. This will be updated each Friday by your teachers. If you have any queries relating to year 5 home learning, please send an e-mail to both Mr Hicks, the year leader (email@example.com) and Mr Yelling, the assistant head teacher (firstname.lastname@example.org), so we can deal with your queries quickly. If you need any technical help, please get in touch with the IT manager, Mr Miller (email@example.com).
The first thing you should do is make sure you have finished this week's year group homework to the best of your ability. You can find this by clicking the Year 5 Homework image below:
Reading, Writing & Maths - the tasks outlined below relate to the work being set in school for the core subjects of reading, writing and maths. They will be updated weekly by teachers.
The tasks shown currently are for the week beginning Monday 4TH january. Click on the image to see details of the tasks.
Wider Subject tasks - the tasks set below are linked to the work being undertaken in all other subjects (foundation subjects) this half-term. They will be updated half-termly by teachers. Have a go at as many as you can during your time at home.
The tasks shown currently are for Autumn 1. Click on the image to see details of the tasks.
Extended homework - practice the homework tasks more often during each day of isolation:
- Read an age appropriate book for at least 30 minutes
- Complete IXL English tasks for at least 30 minutes
- Complete IXL maths tasks for at least 30 minutes
- Learn your spellings in different ways and practice any high-frequency words that are still tricky - click here
- Practice your maths written methods for 30 minutes - click here
If you do not have access to the Internet please let your class teacher know immediately and they will look at options during the period of isolation.
There are many links on our website to support independent learning for children across all subjects. The sites and links will allow children to explore a variety of high-quality resources to support them in researching areas of interest. These may go beyond the curriculum topics at Chesswood but will be highly valuable in engaging children in their independent learning skills and developing a love for learning. Click on the headings below to access the links and resources.
Explore a wide range of websites and links to great learning opportunities. You can use the menu to explore sites and links by subject.
Use the menu to access games created by teachers at Chesswood to support learning in all curriculum areas.
Have a look at knowledge organisers for your year group. It would also be great to look back at previous knowledge organisers. What have you remembered?