This web-page will be updated with information about our learning journey for your time in Year 5
Ms Rutkowski, and Mrs Vandenberg
Year 5 have made a fantastic start to the year. I am very proud of them all.
Please read the important information below which will inform you about what we have been doing and what we are going to do
* Please bring a sturdy and clearly named water bottle into school every day.
* Please ensure your reading diary and book are in school every day.
*Please ensure all items of clothing are clearly labelled with your name.
*PE is on a Thursday (coaching session) Friday (Class session) Make sure you come to school in your PE kit wit appropriate footwear
* There is no need to bring in any stationery into school, here in year 5 all stationery needed is provided
* Homework is given out on a Wednesday and collected in on the following Wednesday. There will be one piece of English work and one piece of Maths work.
Spellings are given out on a Monday and tested the following Monday.
Please complete at least 3 activities from the Topic Home learning ideas
Times tables should be practised as often as possible until your child is competent up to multiplications of 12.
This year, the ‘Reading Challenge’ will continue. If you read at least three times each week (and have evidence of this in your reading record), you will receive a very special reading award pin badge at the end of the year!
RE Summer Term 1
The Easter vigil
Compare and contrast accounts of the Resurrection
The Ascension views and feelings
The work of the Apostles
who were the Apostles?
To know about the preaching of the Apostles
The sacrifices the Apostles made to follow Jesus
Sacrifices we need to make to follow Jesus
Pupils are growing to be compassionate towards others, near and far, especially the less fortunate; and loving by their just actions and forgiving words.
Schools help their pupils grow by being compassionate and loving in the way pupils are treated, especially when a pupil is in trouble; and by opening pupils’ eyes to those who suffer poverty, injustice or violence.
What sort of man would order the death of his wife? Was she really that bad?
Travel back in time to the 1500’s and meet the terrible Tudors, a domineering dynasty that changed our History. Discover an opulent court where dancing and singing goes hand in hand with swift falls from favour and even swifter falling of heads.
Pupils in a are growing to be attentive to their experience and to their vocation; and discerning about the choices they make and the effects of those choices
Know the main features of the Christmas Story
Be able to reference Gospel accounts of the Baptism of Jesus.
Describe, sequence and explain many of the signs, symbols and actions in the Sacrament of Baptism
The sacrament of Reconciliation, responding to temptation, how to follow Jesus
The events of Holy Week
Values and Virtues Spring 1
Compassionate and loving
|Compassionate towards others, near and far, especially the less fortunate; and loving by their just actions and forgiving words.||By being compassionate and loving in the way pupils are treated, especially when a pupil is in trouble; and by opening pupils' eyes to those who suffer poverty, injustice or violence.|
Peasants Princes and Pestilence
Lock your doors and pull up the drawbridge: the dreaded ‘Great Pestilence’ is here.At the start of this half term, we’ll meet a strange character and use a range of source materials to research the symptoms of the Black Death. Our geography skills will help us understand how the black death came to Britain and why it spread so quickly. We will find out about disgusting and dangerous plague ‘cures’.
Autumn 2 Pharaohs
We will be studying the creation story
Looking at the Canticles of creation written by Saint Francis of Assisi and writing our own and looking at the work of charities such as Cafod
Miracles and the Sacrament of the Sick
Exploring the miracles of Jesus
Places of pilgrimage
The order of the Sacrament of the Sick
The meaning of the word Messiah
The second coming of the Messiah
OUR CLASS SAINT: ST. MARTIN DE PORRES
We will also find out about the life of our Class Saint, St. Martin de Porres.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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