Set Oak Academy work for Year 5 can be found below

You are going to study Oliver Twist, remember we watched the film before half term. You will have 30 sessions to complete. You will be focussing on word classes such as nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs. Then you will have a go at writing a Rags to Riches story whereby at the start of your story, life for your main character is miserable and lowly but after your narrative goes through the story mountain plan your main character will end their story feeling positive and cheerful

You are going to study the text type instructions. Instructions are used when we want someone to follow a set of orders so they can complete a task. Purple polishing pens out please practically perfect pupils promptly is an example of a single instruction. A set of instructions are when you have more than one instruction that combines to make the reader achieve something. E.g. To get walk to the post office you might need to follow a set of instructions. First, walk down the road. Then, turn left at the crossroads. Finally, as you approach the park the post office is on your right. You will have to complete your own set of instructions, which allows a monster to make their own pizza!

In this series of lessons you will learn about the Poet Walter de la Mare and study his poem “The Listeners.” You will face lots of new vocabulary and an unfamiliar way of writing. Then, you’ll answer questions about the poem and discuss the words the poet has chosen and the structure he has used

You will listen to the story of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens by following this link. Episodes 1, 2 and 3 comprise of your first lesson. Episodes 4, 5 and 6 comprise of your second lesson and Episode 7, 8 and 9 comprise of your third lesson. Then you will complete the 5 Oak Academy lessons

  • Learning to use the keyboard efficiently- Continue improving your touch type keyboard skills using Dance Mat Typing

In Geography, you have been learning about maps and how they are used to help geographers with fieldwork. Complete the lessons below to create your own fieldwork project; you should complete the project on a view from a window in your home. This could be of a road, field or garden but ensure that it is somewhere you can clearly see without leaving your house.

In RE, you have been learning about how people in different religions express their faith during festivals. Complete the 4 lessons to find out about the main celebrations in Christianity, Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism.

  • Complete LINGUAFUN work. Use your login and choose from the topics we have practised. Try and do 30 minutes each week. Make sure you do the end of unit Quiz each time