Work for Class Five from Monday 22nd June:

Hi everyone in Class 5!

We are going to try a new way of posting work for you to do this week. We are going to move onto a Virtual Learning Platform, called Scoolio. Over the next few days Mrs Rosebury will email you the password and username that you will need to access Scoolio. We will be able to post the work for you to complete on the site, and you will be able to show us what you have done, so we can see what a great job you are all doing. I hope it will give us a chance to have a little chat too so we can make sure that you are all ok and that the work we are setting is right for you. In the meantime, while you are waiting for your login details, have a go at the 'Summer Activity' booklets below - there's one for Maths and one for English. You can print the booklets out if you want to, but they do contain lots of activities where you can write out the answers (in your very best handwriting!) in your 'home-learning' booklet too.

Keep safe everyone.

Miss Harold x


* Year 5 Summer English Activity Booklet.pdf

* Year 5 Summer English Activity Booklet - Answers.pdf

* Year 5 Summer Maths Activity Booklet.pdf

* Year 5 Summer Maths Booklet - Answers.pdf


If you fancy an extra challenge over the next few weeks have a look at this year's 'Summer Reading Challenge' on the 'Let's Have Some Fun' page.

You might also like to have a go at the Oldham Library Story Writing Competition:

"Help us celebrate this years Silly Squad Summer Reading Challenge by entering our very own silly stories writing competition. In 500-words or fewer, write a  story about a silly adventure to the library.  The sillier the better! The story must include these three things: a book; an animal of your choice; and a banana. We can’t wait to see what amazing adventures you come up with. Submit your entries by emailing them to by Tuesday 30 June. When submitting your entries please provide your name, age and school, as well as contact details. The winners will have their stories read live on Oldham Libraries Facebook page."

Class Five Home Learning Weekly Timetable (in order to click on web-links, please download the document first):

***Please check out our VE DAY 2020 page for lots of ideas and activities to help you celebrate the 75th anniversary of 'Victory in Europe Day' on Friday***


We hope you all had a fun-filled Easter break at home, with lots of time in the lovely sunshine and a few arts and crafts from our school website thrown in too. Below you'll find all the work for the week starting Monday 20th April - All of Key Stage Two have the same, week-long "Time Capsule" project to complete for Literacy, and lots of practical maths activities to keep you busy for the next five days.

Time Capsule Activity

Click on the link below to find everything you need to help you complete a Time Capsule for these historical times:

Practical Maths Ideas for the Week


There will be no new Maths, Literacy or Topic work posted here over the Easter holiday period

(Monday 6th April - Friday 17th April)

However, if you're looking for fun and creative activities to keep everyone at home busy or entertained over the next two weeks, please check out the pages below for lots of exciting ideas and inspiration:


* Easter Holiday Ideas & Activities

* Let's Have Some Fun!!

* Useful Websites for Parents

Class Five Home Learning Weekly Timetable: