Year 5 Home Learning


Hello Year 5

Our learning is now on the new learning platform called ‘Seesaw‘. This is where you will find lessons and activities for you to do. If you’re having trouble with logging on, let us know. Remember that you will need your ‘Power Maths’ book at hand for Maths.

If you do not have a device to use for learning, there are activities below that you can do. Also, there are learning packs you can collect every Wednesday. Just pop send an email to before you do so we can get that all ready for you.

Have a great week and get posting on Seesaw!


Contact us

We are keen to keep in touch with you and your child. We would love to hear what your child is doing at home and to see photos of your child playing games or of work completed. If you have any further questions about their home learning, please get in touch via the email address below.

10.00 – 10.30 (each Wednesday)   Go to Topic on Home Learning Suggestions.
Join in the Safe + Sound fire safety workshop live

Grid of activities (updated 11/5/20)


Read for 20 minutes every day.

Summarise what you have read by writing a paragraph about it.


Create a poster to show your knowledge & understanding of fractions – use calculations, explanation & pictures


Celebrate National Limerick Day by writing a limerick of your very own –


Improve a piece of writing. Using Luke Temple’s writing toolbox (, rewrite and improve a paragraph, making it as fun and interesting as possible.


Write a diary entry describing your experience of the ‘lockdown’. This can be your entry for the Luke Temple writing competition.

All learning

Login to Education City or Century Tech & complete the learning tasks.

Reading & Art

Be creative!

Design a new front cover for The Nowhere Emporium and write your own version of the blurb.

All learning

Login to a suggested website & use for at least 30 minutes every day.

Writing & Reading

Write a full page book review including likes, dislikes, characters, setting, plot and book rating.


Use TT Rockstar everyday & practise your times tables by writing them out on paper. Get someone to test you on your times tables – how quick can you recall them?

Reading, SPAG, Maths

Complete the SATS papers & use your CGP revision books or paper learning activities sent home.

Art & Design

Create some squiggle art – start by drawing a small squiggle on a sheet of paper using curvy or straight lines and then try to turn it into a drawing. Simples!


Fancy competing against children from your own school and others across the city from your own home?  Go to the School Games icon under P.E on our Home Learning Suggestions each Monday to see the new challenge, click on the link in the document to reveal the challenge and to log your score. Any age can enter.  Good Luck!!