Home Learning

Please view our home learning policy here: Home Learning Policy

MyMaths link: www.mymaths.co.uk

Mr Lee’s maths resources for year 4 and 5:

Mr Lee’s Mental Maths Weblinks

Maths Calculation Year 4

Maths Calculation Year5

Mr Lee’s Maths Mat

My Maths Mat

Calculation Policy


Here are the current home learning activities for each class.

Chestnut class – Miss Hume

Will be sent home weekly.

Willow Class – Ms Stubbs

Will be sent home weekly.


Ash class – Mrs Barahona

Weekly Spelling Practice – To be tested each Friday
Times Tables (2-12, specific ones to be confirmed each week)

Sycamore and Cedar class

Maths: Check MyMaths weekly for uploaded home learning. This can be done with or without support and it not meant as an assessment so we encourage using resources (coins or buttons will do) to work out answers. If you finish your MyMaths and still have a little time you could try one of the games.

 Reading: Please make sure you read at home daily. Why not take part in the school reading challenge?
Spellings: Practise at home even 5 minutes a day will make a BIG difference. Test on Friday!
Topic Project: This term our topic is India. For your home learning we would like to give you the opportunity to create a project based on one of the 3 main geographical areas of India:
  • The Thar desert in the North.
  • The Himalayan lowlands.
  • The hot, tropical south.
Your project could include information about the climate, animals who live in those areas, how people survive there, plants… really any feature of the geography you are interested in!
Your project can be displayed as a poster, oral presentation, art, ICT based…Get creative!
Topic home learning is due in the last week of term at which time we will invite Mr Hitchcock in to view all your hard work.

Beech Class – Mr Lee and Mrs Richards



Make a quiz or game to share and play with other members of Beech and Oak classes that uses 4 or 6 figure co-ordinates. The game’s theme should be based on this terms topics, The Shang Dynasty and the Great Wall of China.

For example they could create their own code breaking quiz by creating a 5 x 6 grid and filling in the letters of the alphabet. Then use the 4 or 6 figure co-ordinates of each letter to write a message about The Great Wall of China or The Shang Dynasty.

Homework will be shared on Friday 31st March.

If you have any questions about this homework task please do not hesitate to contact me.

Caroline Richards (crichards@sps1.org.uk)


Oak Class – Mrs Dye/Mrs Moore



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