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Monday 8th


Learning objective: to subtract 4-digit numbers with more than one exchange.

Click on the link and watch the video, then complete the worksheet.  You can print this or write your answers on a separate piece of paper. 

Once you have finished, check your answers and rework any you have wrong.

If this lesson has taken you less than an hour - and you have checked and corrected your mistakes - then please do the extension tasks.

If you are finding the tasks difficult or if you are making lots of mistakes, please email your work to your teacher so that we can help you.  Of course, you can share your work with your teacher at any time if you would like to.

We have also provided an extension task for each day if needed.

In addition, make sure that you are logging onto Times Table Rock Stars: - please try to spend at least 15 minutes on it per day.

Miss Rice's Maths Group: 

Lesson Objective: Subtract a 1-digit number from a 2-digit number- crossing ten.

This lesson is a recap on prior learning. The skills you are recapping today will help you with the rest of the week’s learning.

Click on the link, watch the video and then complete the worksheet.

If this lesson has taken you less than an hour - and you have checked and corrected your mistakes - then please go onto Times Tables Rockstars.

Please submit your work to your teacher.


This week we will be looking at poetry. There will be video lessons, which introduce and explain the tasks in more detail. Please let us know as soon as possible if you are having any difficulties with any of this.

Please email your work to your teacher where highlighted.

  Learning objective: to learn about a poet and the historical context of a poem.

Watch the lesson and pause when asked to in order to think about the questions.  Complete the task at the end of the lesson.

Learning Journey:

In addition, make sure you are logging on to Reading Eggs:   Sometimes there will be tasks set as part of our daily lessons. At other times, you can choose which activities to complete. There are lots of books in the library section if you need something new to read.


Learning objective: to use fronted adverbials.

Watch the video and read the information on this webpage. Then read the information under the grammar tab.  Once you have done this, complete the worksheet.

R.E. : 

Lesson Objective: to find out about some of the other important Holy texts of Hinduism.

Click on the link and watch the lesson. Pause when asked and complete the activities.

TA Group - English, Spelling and Grammar

The following resources are for those children who have been asked by their teacher to complete a separate lesson for Monday's English lesson, Monday's Grammar lesson and the week's Spelling lessons.  If you have not received a phone call asking you to use these lessons, then please complete the lessons above for Year 5. 


Lesson objective

To explore the theme of a story – King of the Sky by Nicola Davies

Click on the link and watch the lesson. Pause when asked and complete the activities.


Learning Objective:  Know when to use a question mark.

Think about the different sentence types we learnt about two weeks ago.  A question mark is used at the end of a sentence which asks a question. 


Today, you are going to think about a range of different questions in order to interview someone.    Watch the video and see if you can identify the different questions asked.


I suggest you watch it all the way through the first time.  Then watch it again, but this time I would like you to write down the questions that are asked (you do not need to write down the answers).  For example:  What is your name?

Don’t forget that you need to include a question mark (?) at the end of the sentence which is asking the question.

You are going to interview someone living in your household.  I would like you to think of 5 questions which you  could ask them.  You could magpie these from the questions you heard on the video.  You could write these on the Interview Questions sheet or just on a piece of paper.