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Week 4: 22nd-26th June

Hello Years 5 and 6!


We hope that you have all had a wonderful and relaxing weekend and that you are refreshed and ready for another week of home learning. It has been lovely to see many of your faces during the new weekly Zoom calls and we are so glad that most of our Year 6 pupils have returned or are returning to school this week!


For those of you still at home, the learning for this week can be found below. Remember, we'd like you to try your best to do as much of it as you can but there is no expectation that you must do it all. The weather this week is supposed to be very nice so try to create a good balance of completing your home learning and spending time outdoors!


As all the Year 5/6 staff have now returned to teaching full-time, we may not be able to reply to emails as speedily as before. We would really like you to keep sending your pictures and questions to the email address as we will still check them as regularly as we can, but please be patient for a response.


Miss Walker, Mr Phillips, Mrs Brown, Mrs Hartshorne, Mrs Fox, Mrs Crossland, Mrs Kendall and Mrs Hodgson.


Photos 1 Blue Bubble keeping up the energy in the heat!
Photos 2 Lewis is encouraging us to learn a language!
Photos 3 He's researched French facts too!
Photos 4 Elizabeth is working hard on her English
Photos 5 Ellie visited Hope Pastures Horse&Donkey Sanctuary
Photos 6 Ellie's brilliant newspaper report!
Photos 7 Ruby's in the Mathletics World Top 5 Mind blowing!
Photos 8 Hanna's English work.
Photos 9 Hanna's super Science project.
Photos 10 Beautiful art work, Hanna!
Photos 11 Milo's been working hard in English.
Photos 12 Milo's French book mark.
Photos 13 Esther's Maths work.
Photos 14 Esther working in the kitchen!
Photos 15 Aflie enjoying our class novel
Photos 16 Alfie's science fact file
Photos 17 Aflie exploring nature
Photos 18 Alfie's sicence work
Photos 19 Milo having fun
Photos 20 Milo working in the sun
Photos 21 Oliver's super English work
Photos 22 Well done on your maths work Zoe
Photos 23 Milo found tadpoles and froglets whilst fishing
Photos 24 Milo enjoying the sun with a bit of fishing
Photos 25 Hanna's super work
Photos 26 Hanna practising her spellings
Photos 27 Noah working hard on his maths
Photos 28 Riyan's French bookmarks
Photos 29 Riyan's French bookmarks
Photos 30 Sensational writing by Riyan!


  • Click on the links below to take you to the learning videos from White Rose Maths. The worksheets are attached below. 
  • The week Year 5, lessons 1 and 2 don't link to BBC Bitesize but 3 and 4 do. So you might want to check BBC Bitesize for lessons 3 and 4 as an alternative or for extra support/challenge. Year 6 lessons should still correspond with BBC Bitesize so you can also use these lessons to support your understanding.
  • Make sure you log on to Mathletics and complete any assigned tasks.

Year 5 - Week 9 - Lesson 1 - Read and interpret tables

Year 5 - Week 9 - Lesson 2 - Two-way tables

Year 5 - Week 9 - Lesson 3 - Multiply decimals by 10 100 and 1000

Year 5 - Week 9 - Lesson 4 - Divide decimals by 10 100 and 1000

Year 6 - Week 9 - Lesson 1 - Area and perimeter

Year 6 - Week 9 - Lesson 2 - Area of triangles

Year 6 - Week 9 - Lesson 3 - Area of parallelograms

Year 6 - Week 9 - Lesson 4 - Volume of cuboids

English: (Reading and Writing)

From speaking to you all on Zoom, it is clear that you are really enjoying reading 'Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief' and completing the related work. This week, we would like you to read chapters 14, 15, 16 and 17 and complete the tasks below. Please see the 'Overview' document for instructions of when to read particular chapters and when to complete each task. As there is a lot of reading this week, we won't be adding any new books to Bug Club. But remember to still log on to Spelling Shed and complete your assigned games to support understanding of your new weekly spelling pattern.

French and RE

This week, as we have done so much work about the Ancient Greeks, we would like you to have a go at some French and RE activities instead of Topic. The documents below have lots of good ideas!