Year 5 and 6 Learning Community - Alternative Work Arrangements

​​​​​​​Year 3 - Year 6 Learning Grid

Year 3 - Year 6 Learning Grid​​​

This l​earning grid is to help support the parents with the continuum o​f student learning. 

​​​SJV Weekly Learning Grid

Week 2: 27th April - 1st May

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Learning From Home - Year 5 and Year 6 Activity Booklet​

Learning From Home - Year 5
​​Learning From Home - Year 5 Answers
Learning From Home - Year 6
Learning From Home - Year 6 Answers

Useful iPad Links


Create your own quizzes in seconds, play anywhere, anytime, on your own or with friends, have fun and LEARN! Kahoot! unleashes the magic of learning for students, trivia fans and lifelong learners.

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Slice Fraction

This award-winning, problem-solving game is an incredibly fun way to learn fractions. Thanks to the game’s research-proven effectiveness, kids get a head start at school while having fun with fundamental math concepts. Wow!
Hopscotch Programming

Hopscotch Programming is a fun and exciting app to learn all about code. They offer a week free trial. ​​​​

YouTube Links

​​Art for Kids Hub​
Art for Kids Hub is a great channel for guided drawing with many different materials.​​​

​National Geographic for Kids​
​​​​Nat Geo Kids makes it fun to explore your world with weird, wild, and wacky videos! Videos featuring awesome animals, cool science, funny pets, and more, are made just for curious kids like you.​​

Other Useful Links

​​​Scholastic Learn from Home

Scholastic Learn at Home​ is a website that provides different books for children to read. There are​ also activities available for the children ​to complete each day.

Teachers trust GoNoodle to help their students stay active, focused, and calm while infusing good energy into their classrooms.​​​ GoNoodle offer a range of activities like ​yoga, Zumba for Kids, dance along videos and even wellbeing activities.

Behind the News (more commonly known as BTN) is a long-running news programme broadcast on the ABC made in Adelaide and aimed at school-aged children (8–13 years of age). BtN is aimed at upper primary and lower secondary students with the hope of helping them understand issues and events outside their own lives.​