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Year 5

Summer 2 Work

Literacy Week 1


Summer 1 Work

A timetable is attached for guidance only. You do what you can,when you can!

Maths Week 1

Maths will be released weekly. There are three different levels of challenge with each lesson. Please note that answers are included within attachments.

Literacy Week 1

Literacy will be released weekly.

Literacy Week 2

Literacy Week 3

Literacy Week 4

Literacy Week 5


The attachment is the workbook for the whole summer 1 term.


The following attachments are for the Geography project to be completed over the Summer 1 term.


The following attachments are for the History project to be completed over the Summer 1 term.


The following attachments are for the Art project to be completed over the Summer 1 term.

Useful Maths

On this page you will find a selection of maths worksheets that you can print out at home, or you could just write your answers down in a notebook.  


Remember that these websites will have brilliant resources and games that you can play!! Don’t forget to keep practising your times tables on TT Rockstars! 

BBC Bitesize - This link will take you to Bitesize homepage.  From here click on the correct key stage and it will lead you to some great maths resources linked to what your child has been learning. 

Maths Zone – - A great website full of games, mainly for KS2. 

Super Maths World – Great games for KS2.  Children can log in as a guest or create an account. 

Cool Maths –   Another website full of interactive games. 

Crik Web –  Great free games 

Count On – Full of maths games, activities and further links. 

NRICH –  Challenging maths games and activities 

Interactive maths games -   

Times Tables Rockstars - -  Interactive multiplication resource used to improve times table recall. 






Reading for pleasure!  



Reading increases our understanding of our own identity, improves empathy and gives us an insight into the world view of others. So why not immerse yourself in a super book. 


10 Benefits of Reading: Why You Should Read Every Day 


  • Mental Stimulation. 

  • Stress Reduction. 

  • Knowledge. 

  • Vocabulary Expansion.  

  • Memory Improvement. 

  • Stronger Analytical Thinking Skills. 

  • Improved Focus and Concentration.  

  • Better Writing Skills. 

  • Tranquility 

  • Cheap Entertainment.  


On this page you will find a list of suggested books for your year group, perhaps you could buy one of these books or have one delivered to your home. Remember once you’ve read it you can look for a quiz on Accelerated Reader.  

You will also find character worksheets, book review templates and comic strip templates. You could make use of all of these once you have read the book. There is also a book quiz – how many can you answer!  


See below for a useful website filled with reading activities, games and some free online books. - find quizzes on book that you have read. - login for free online books to read at home. ?type=extracts&character&book_author&illustrator - the World Book Day website has some good reading activities and some good extracts of books.  



In year 5 in the summer term we will be studying Ancient Greece. Why not get a head start and complete some of the tasks from the Homework Project.