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The Queen's C of E
Primary School

Year 5






Welcome to the Year Five learning page

Welcome to the Year 5 learning page. Whilst you are unable to come into school, we want you to be able to keep on learning and to feedback on the fantastic hard work you are doing.

Google Classroom

We have now moved our learning to Google Classroom and therefore we are no longer updating this page with new learning. Over on Google Classroom, you will find the weekly tasks have been set for Maths, English and other subjects. You will be able to upload work and share your learning with us and we are so excited to see what you produce.
Please see parent mail about how to log in and access this resource.

How can I complete learning at home if I cannot access Google Classroom?

We are very aware that this change won’t be suitable for everyone. If you have limited time on a computer or are unable to access Google Classroom, there are lots of things you can do to keep learning going. We recommend that at the very least you keep the following skills going -

  • Daily reading
  • Times table practice – All times tables from 2x-12x tables
  • Spelling – Learn the spelling words for each fortnight, using a range of strategies to practise the words

There are also fantastic learning opportunities provided by Oak academy and the BBC.

Please note that there is no pressure to complete all the learning set, try to do what you can, when you can.

Our suggested weekly timetable would look similar to this, but use this as a guide only.

Please see the links below to help you practise your spellings. Don’t forget to access the tasks your teacher has given you on Mathletics and Education City.


Our normal online Mathletics resource is available and we’ll continue to use this.  You can access the site here Mathletics and you already have a login.

Education City

Our normal online Education City resource is available and we’ll continue to use this.  You can access the site here Education City and you already have a login.

Please note that when accessing the PDFs, it tends to work better (both in terms of visual resolution and print layout) to download the file onto your Desktop or Documents folder before opening it with Adobe Reader. When opened in the browser, the visuals and printing can be temperamental.  

When required to work in your Home Learning Book, remember to write the date and OL and present your work neatly, as you would in class.