Term 3 Remote Learning – Google Classroom

Good morning Jaguars!

Welcome to Term 3! We will be starting this term’s learning online rather than in person. This is a little bit different to what we expected but we will have a fantastic time learning together online. I will now be posting work for you using google classroom instead of using this blog. You will need a notepad or book to write your work into – your adults are able to get a home learning book if they need it from school. See you over on Google Classroom!

Below are a set of instructions to help you log on to google classroom should you need them.

Step 1:

Go to google classroom at the following website:


Step 2:

Sign in by using your google classroom log in which is on your elephant remainder sheet or at the back of your reading record. From now on you don’t need the apps. part of your email address.



Would become:


Your password stays the same 🙂

It is VERY important that you enter all the details exactly as they appear – Even a SMALL mistake will mean you can’t log in.

Step 3:

Click on your class to enter and you will find the stream page.

Step 4:

Once on the classroom stream, at the top of the page, click on the classwork tab.

Step 5:

Underneath each day’s date, you will find all your work for that today.

Always start your day with opening the daily timetable to find our virtual classroom and your morning message.

Hope this helps! Looking forward to seeing your messages on Google Classroom!

Miss Miller 🙂

Need Help?

If you need any support with this or you have forgotten or lost your log in, then please ask your adult or guardian to email:


If you cannot access google classroom because you do not have a working device or need a paper pack, please ask you adult or guardian to email:



Welcome to Year 5!

This is our new Year 5 class blog for Jaguars class!

Here you will be able to find information and links to support learning at home. It will also be used to provide remote learning should you be unable to attend school for an extended period of time for any reason.

Here are some key websites and online resources to support home learning

Sumdog – This is a fun game based learning site. I will be able to set you Maths, Grammar and Spelling challenges and quizzes. Your own personal logins are found on your elephant reminder sheet. https://pages.sumdog.com

White Rose Maths – Here you will be able to watch short home learning videos that follow our Maths curriculum in school. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Maths Frame – Here you will be able to play some of the free games to help improve your maths skills. https://mathsframe.co.uk/

Spelling Frame – This website has some good games to help practice your spelling rules that you have been given in year 5 https://spellingframe.co.uk/

BBC bitesize – This website provides learning support for all areas of the curriculum with games, videos and activities https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize

Busy things – Another great website with lots of online games and activities. Children can access the site for free through the lgfl portal and their school email address and passwords https://www.busythings.co.uk

Oak Academy – This website provides video lessons for all subjects following the year 5 curriculum. https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-5

Code.org – A free website where children can develop their computing and coding skills with fun interactive activities. https://code.org