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Below is the home learning for those children who are working from home at the moment.

We are continuing with our daily loom videos and you can watch all of the videos daily. They will be uploaded to the webpage by 9.30am each day. If you want to watch a video back from last week to help you recap previous learning, click on the links below.

Remember you can call the school office for a paper pack of all the work if you prefer. Complete your work in the Home learning book you were given over lockdown. If you require another one, please don’t hesitate to ask.

Send in your work to [email protected]

Find out what you are doing today on our Welcome loom video are below – this will run through your timetable for the day


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Need to recap last week? Last week’s Loom videos are below – click on the link

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This week’s English Loom videos are below

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You will find the activities for this week’s English below

Watch the daily loom videos and then complete the work.

English plan below  – click on the link


Year 5 English and Guided Reading Plan 01.02.21docx

Guided Reading resources 

Text and questions below – click on the links


Robert the Bruce

Guided Reading Questions

Writing resources 

Examples of writing to use this week – click on the various links ( you don’t need to print them all – they are for reference)








Click on the link below to access the resources for the session


Click on the link below to access the resources for the session

Pictures for newspaper

Click on the links below to access the resources for the session

10 Downing Street

Spelling resources below 
ambitious      cautious             fictitious                infectious                 nutritious                scrumptious                superstitious
Spellings tasks:
1. Practise and learn spellings     2. Write them out  3. Make a poster of the words  4. Create your spelling pyramids  5. Complete your dots and dashes  6. Get someone at home to test you

Handwriting resources below 
Use the poem to write out formally letters clearly and joined.







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Need to recap last week? Last week’s Loom videos are below – click on the link

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This week’s Maths Loom videos are below



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The Maths activities are below (click on the links) and the resources are underneath for each day.


Maths plan for this week below  – click on the link


Maths planning 1.2.21



Maths resources for the week 

Click on the orange links

Monday Lesson 1

MNP Monday

Measure perimeter

Tuesday Lesson 2

MNP Tuesday

Perimeter On A Grid

Wednesday Lesson 3

MNP Wednesday

Perimeter of a rectangle

Thursday Lesson 4

MNP Thursday

Calculate perimeter

Perimeter of a rectilinear shape

Stickers 1


Friday Lesson 5 




Y5 Arithmetic Half Test 2b



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How to separate a solvent from a solution.
Key Vocabulary


object, material, properties, fabric, texture, observe, bendy, bumpy, clear, cold, crinkly, dry, dull, flexible, floppy, fluffy, fragile, hard, heavy, light, lumpy, oval, patterned, pointy, rigid, rough,
round, runny, scratchy, sharp, shiny, small, smooth, soft, soggy, spiky, spongy, sticky, stiff, stretchy, strong, thick, thin, transparent, warm, waterproof, weak, wet.
Learning Activity
Turning dirty water into clean water.
Key Knowledge Questions/ Key Skills / Key Facts
Water covers most of the Earth and is vital for creating and sustaining life. Of all the world’s water, approximately 97% is found as salt water in the seas and oceans.


Although it may look clean, the seas are becoming more polluted with rubbish.


There are large and small items being dumped in the sea, from pieces of wood to tiny beads of plastic from products such as face creams.


All of this makes sea water a mixture that is unsafe to drink.


Watch the video below 




Key Question: Can we turn dirty, salty water into something that we can drink?


Important: Although the water in this video has been filtered it will still contain salt. Therefore it is not safe to drink.


 Research how salt can be removed from water.
Write up an experiment and send it to [email protected]





To create texture using line
Key Vocabulary Texture line shading thin thick pattern
Learning Activity
Shading circles: Use the activity sheet to have a go a sketching the different hatching skills in circles and 3d shapes.
Extra task – look at the cross hatch shading in the hand. Have a go at copying the shading in the hand.

Click on the link below to access the resources

Art shading sheet




Key Knowledge and objectives
• Alfred the Great becomes king of Wessex (871 AD).
• Order events chronologically
• Describe the causes and effects of a historical event, development, or process.


Key Vocabulary   Alfred the Great, King, settlement, conquer, kingdom, Scandinavia, Wessex, Kent, Sussex, Essex, Northumbria, Mercia, East Anglia, Angles, Saxons & Jutes.


Learning Activity
King Alfred The Great
Even though Alfred was never the king of all of England (just Wessex), he is the only English king to be known as ‘great’.
What might a king have to do to be called great?
Watch the video below


1. Use the sheet titled ‘King Alfred’ below to order the events/achievements chronologically (Time Order). Click on the link below


King Alfred


2. Stick events down on long strip of paper to create a timeline of Alfred’s life



3. Challenge questions:
• In what year would Alfred have been 4?


• How old was Alfred when he became king?


• How old was he when he died?


Task: Can you design a two-sided paper plate. This can be done on a piece of paper if paper plates are unavailable.


1. One one side, draw/write about the achievements of King Alfred the Great.


2. On the Second side, draw/write what life in England could have been like if Alfred hadn’t managed to achieve his goals.





To understand the different food groups and nutritional value of different foods.
Key Vocabulary Nutrition, food groups, nutritional value, Carbohydrates, fats, protein, sugar, fruit and vegetables


Learning Activity
Today we are going to be thinking about the foods we eat and the food groups they belong to.
Watch this video that will tell you all about nutrition.


Look at the image of the lunchbox on the PSHE sheet below.


PSHE sheet


The website below will give you information on the food types for each of the 5 groups.

Write down the different food groups you can see.     E.g   Yoghurt is dairy


The Five food groups        1) Carbohydrates      2) Protein       3) Dairy products       4) Fruit and vegetables       5) Fats and sugars






Learning Objective : to know that the Qur’an is the sacred book for Muslims



Key Vocabulary     Qur’an Muslims Islam faith belief



Learning Activity 
1- Think about what you know about Islam and create a brainstorm


2- Watch the video about the Qur’an – click on the link below


3- Write on the sheet about the importance of the Qur’an to Muslims.
Resources   – click on the link to access the resource


Re Activity Sheet





Learn this great dance – click on the link below

‘Can’t stop this feeling’ by Justin Timberlake
Monday, Wednesday and Friday log in to PE with Joe for a live workout.