Year 5 Learning Platform
We hope that you are all getting on well with working at home and keeping busy. Work has been added for Monday 13th July - Friday 17th July which you will find below. You do not need to print all the sheets off - you can read the work on your laptop/tablet and complete them in your workbook given in your pack.
Please get in touch with Mr Nevers to let him know how you are, how you are getting on and email any examples of work that you have completed. He is looking forward to hearing from you all. Email -
Learning Update - Wk beg 13/07/2020
Use this link to access the work for each week: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/
Use Summer Term, Week 12. Complete one lesson per day.
Watch the video
Work through the tasks (see below and these are not on the website anymore)
Mark your answers with the provided mark scheme below.
Choose pupil games or home learning sections. Use the login details:
USERNANE - StMarg1291
PASSWORD - lahome
Select Spanish and complete the lessons set or play some games.
An update from Mr Nevers 24/04/2020
Check our Twitter account (with your parents) for any updates and lots of links to great activities, online resources, prayer activities, Mass and Children's Liturgy links. Tweet us your photos @SMClitherowNott so we can see you and find out what you have been doing.
Extra Resources and Links
Twinkl, an education website, is offering all parents a free subscription during school closures. Please follow the link to sign up. https://www.twinkl.co.uk/blog/how-to-utilise-twinkl-during-the-coronavirus-shutdown-a-guide-for-parents
You will need to create an account and use the code CVDTWINKLHELPS
(You will need a Twinkl account to access the learning)
Read daily to continue to become fluent readers. There are also a lot on online books that you could read and some extra activities linked to each one:
It is also important to show that we understand what we read. Use the VIPERS question prompts to dicuss the text after reading. Answers could be recorded in the work book.
Look in magazines, newspapers and books for common exception words. They could use a highlighter to highlight in magazines and newspapers or make lists of similar words. Try and use the word in a setence.
Spelling games and activities
Practise learning to spell the Common Exception Words. Use the spelling menu below for different strategies to use to help learn the spellings.