All children are expected to complete their homework - completing it builds on many skills we develop in school and helps you to strengthen your organisation skills. Children in Year 5 should become increasingly independent in completing their homework and be responsible for ensuring they bring their Home-School Book and Homework Book into school everyday.

Maths Homework:

Each Friday you will be set one piece of maths homework using the MyMaths website. To access the website, click here

The username is: hallgreen1 and the password: angles84. Then enter your own individual log in details where it says 'My Portal.' 

This homework needs to be completed ready for Tuesday's Maths session. If you get stuck or find something difficult, you must speak to an adult on Monday. 

Sometimes you will have an arithmetic task instead to complete in your homework book.

Reading Homework:

All children in Year 5 are expected to read each day - you must record your reading in your Home-School diary. An adult should sign your Home-School Book when you have read and comment on your reading.

Every Friday you will be given a piece of reading comprehension homework. It will either be a comprehension based on articles from the newspaper First News or from a fiction text. Reading comprehension homework will be set on a Friday to be completed and returned to school by Thursday. If you get stuck, or find something difficult, you must speak to an adult before Thursday.

Other Resources:

You can access the Britannica website by clicking here

Login details: hgjs followed by your surname, without spaces.

Name Date File Size  
Arithmetic homework 15th Nov 2018111 KB Download
First News Group A 08th Nov 2018884 KB Download
First News Group B 08th Nov 20181 MB Download