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  • Home learning for the Year 5 class

    Published 05/10/20, by Lucy Hinckley

    Children who have any of the symptoms of Covid 19 are being asked to have a Covid test and then remain at home with their family and siblings until they receive a negative result and are well enough to return to school. 

    This means that there may be some children who are well enough in themselves to be at school but are isolating whilst awaiting results from a sibling or family member. 

    Here you will find some home learning that they should access whilst they are at home. Please note that this is only if your child is well. If your child is ill then there is no expectation for them to complete this work.

    The front page of the English pack suggests a donation to the NSPCC. I have already made a donation myself so please don't feel that you have to. 

    Also, follow the Homework blog to catch up on the most up to date homework.

    For the Maths work, please follow the learning on the White Rose Site, for Year 5. At the moment, we are concentrating on a two week module of work based on calculating the area and perimeter of rectilinear shapes. This will be found as weeks 11 and 12 on the Homelearning part of the website.

    This term, for History, we will be working on the Topic, What have the Romans ever done for us?

    Oak Academy have a series of useful lessons based the Roman Empire. Here is the link to these lessons:













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