Remote Learning

Remote Learning – 19.07.21

English – Reading – Philip Pullman – Firework Maker’s Daughter.

Please read with your child daily.

There are four stages to our reciprocal reading:

1) Predict – what do you think this text is going to be about?

2) Clarify – look up any words that you don’t understand using a dictionary.

3) Question – write a question that can be retrieved from the text. Write your answer using a full sentence.

4) Summary – summarise the text in two sentences.

LI: Extended write – Book review

Children will write their own book review on Philip Pulman’s The Firework Maker’s Daughter.

They will need to use the following Y5 writing features independently and be able to identify them in their writing:

  • Fronted adverbials
  • Opinions
  • Facts
  • Parenthesis
  • Semi colons

Grammar online lessons:

Spelling – suffixes or past and present tense.

Maths – Volume

Please ensure that you use the ‘Mastery Maths Homework guide Summer’ to support you with these lessons, this will help your understanding of how this unit will be taught in school and provides some classroom tasks and follow on suggestions for your child. – this can be found on the Y5 webpage.

Please ensure that you sign up to Maths with Parents here: MathswithParents Y5 letter

If you have any problems please contact Mr Hayden on the following email:

My Maths :

User: hfps

Password: Boostholy

Then enter your unique log-in details.

Children should also be accessing TimesTable Rockstars daily.


Join us by following Joe Wicks on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9am.

Below you can find lesson ideas / games to play and stay active whilst at home.

Topic – Japan

LI: To be able to understand the impact Japanese inventions / advance in technology has had an impact on our world.

Science –

Living things and their habitats:

Life cycles: Butterfly, Frog, Bird, Mammal.

Art – Anime

  • Eyes, facial features, body and hair. YouTube ‘How to Draw Manga’ for your child to engage in tutorials at home.


LI: Locate the world’s countries, using maps to focus on Europe (including Russia), and North / South America. (Including the 7 Continents)

LI: The significance and position of the Equator, Northern and Southern hemisphere.

LI: Understand geographical similarities and differences through region, countries, major cities and land use.

As part of our festivals topic, we will be exploring the worlds continents and how they differ in terms of characteristics, land use and geographical similarities.

We will be exploring Asia.


Size (population)

Major cities


Power (Wealth)

Location on a map


Please complete the ‘How to stay safe online’ unit.

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