Good morning Year Five and Happy Friday!

Please, read the blog post below and complete the different activities. Remember that it’s better to do it everyday at the same time so you don’t get disorganised with your learning.

Audio/Reading Book

I have selected a story from the website Audible for you this week. This story is about a boy who begins a new school full of superheroes. It has a good sense of humour. To listen to the story, you will need to click on the play button at the bottom of the page on Audible. You can also choose a chapter on the right of the play button.

Click on the link below to access the story:



Reading & Literacy – Genre Focus: Biography

This week, the focus of your literacy task is biographies. Biographies are long texts that retell the life of important people. They are often written by journalists or writers that have studied the life of the person they are writing about. For your final lesson, you will plan and write an extract of a biography.. Click on the link below to start your lesson:




This week, you will need to access Summer Term – Week 10 on the home learning White Rose page. This week’s focus is on identifying and calculating angles. You will also revise how to use a protractor. We have done this previously in class, but it will be useful for you to revise your knowledge of angles. To access the activities that go with each day’s lesson, you will need to click on the BBC bitesize link on the right side and then click on Year 5/P6 to access the activity of the day.

To access the Week 10 page, and your Friday challenge click on the link below:


When you have completed your daily lesson and activity, continue to challenge your mathematical reasoning by accessing Mathletics and the new tasks I have set for you:



Topic: Art

In this new series of art lessons, you will look at artistic techniques. Your first lesson will look at the ‘weight of line’. This is how dark a line can be when you are sketching. You will also be focussing on basic shapes for your work. These shapes work as the basis for most drawings we do.

Click below to access the lesson:


Have a good day ūüôā

Miss Berglund