Year 5 Home Learning – 24.04.20

Happy Friday Year 5!

What a busy first week back you have had! It is lovely to see that you are working hard at home.

Here are some activities for you to complete at home today.




measure, treasure, enclosure, capture, picture, adventure, fracture, mixture, teacher, richer, stretcher

Group 2 and 3:

gently, simply, easily, happily, frantically, dramatically, angrily, frequently, immediately, abrasively

Visit Purple Mash to find your spelling test for the words you have been set this week. Good luck!



Try our Mental Maths Challenge.

Mental Maths 5.2 (24.04.20)

As an added challenge set yourself a time challenge and see how long it takes you to complete it.

Use the answers below to check your work – no peeking before you have completed the questions!

Mental Maths 5.2 (24.04.20) – Answers



Read the poem attached called ‘My Mind’. Then have a go at answering the questions we have set for you about the poem. All the answers can be found in the poem!




Our new topic this half term is forces. Read the statements about forces and sort them into true or false. Why did you put them in that section?

Forces Card Sort – 24.04.20


Keeping Active:

You can do some exercises with The Body Coach.


Fun Friday – Whole School Activity

Captain Tom Moore is the wonderful WW2 veteran who wanted to walk 100 lengths of his garden before his 100th birthday, with the aim of raising £1,000 for NHS Charities Together.

Not only has Tom successfully achieved his 100 lengths, but he has smashed his target and has raised over £18 million for charity.

As a whole school activity, design a card to send to Captain Tom for his 100th birthday. You can use Purple Mash to do this – we have set you a 2do on 2paint – or you can do it on a piece of paper and send us a photo.

For more information about this whole school “Fun Friday” activity visit:


Keep in touch – remember any work you have completed can be emailed to us to be marked. This can be typed work or a photo.

Please email Friday’s work to Mrs Parmar and Miss Castell to be marked.

Stay safe.

Mrs Parmar, Mrs Samways and Miss Castell