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Year 5

Welcome to Year 5!

Teachers: Miss Healey and Mr Cunningham

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Farrelly and Mrs Malone



RE and Catholic Life

  1. Prayers to use at home with your child and family at this time
  2. gives weekly Gospel with worksheets, activities and reflections
  3. this website gives the Sunday gospel and reflections for children
  4.  online Lent activities
  5. online Easter activities



  1. Recommended to complete one piece per day- printed booklet sent home for all children(10-15 pieces)
  2. Studyladder (Pupils have their own passwords)
  3. Daily reading of at least 10 minutes
  4. Year group book recommendations are on the school website.  You will find them by going to the Curriculum and then English.

  1. Stories being read for children online
  2. Classroom secrets resources are available on the home school website for all year groups:


  1. Recommended to complete one piece per day- printed booklet sent home for all children (10-15 pieces)
  2. Topmarks games to practice fluency
  3. Times Tables Rock Stars- Years 1-6 (Pupils have their own passwords)
  4. Studyladder (Pupils have their own passwords)
  5. Classroom secrets resources are available on the home school website for all year groups
  6. Timestables activities
  7. Ways to Help at Home

Wider Curriculum

  1. Purplemash (Pupils have their own passwords) 
  2. SCIENCE- Key Stage 2
  3. MUSIC- Charanga (Pupils have their own passwords)
  4. Language Angels - online games - 

5C username - stannes5c    password - cunningham

5H username - stannes5h     password - healey

PE/Being active

  1. Resources and videos for active learning
  2. YouTube- search for: Kids Yoga, wake up shake up, just dance or kids fitness and simply copy the videos.


Recommended Websites can be found at:

To Year 5


5H and 5C
Teacher: Miss Healey

Teacher: Mr Cunningham

Our other adults:

Mrs Malone and Mrs Farrelly



Welcome to a very exciting year group.

In English will be studying a range of key texts, including: ‘Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe’ and ‘Great Expectations’

In Science, we will be working as Biologists, Chemists and Physicists, looking at…

The Earth and Beyond, Materials, Forces, Life Cycles, Changes of State and much much more!

Have you ever wondered how we get day and night?


How an object falls to the Earth?


This year our topics in History will cover…

The Anglo Saxons and Medieval Monarchs 



What was at Sutton Hoo?


Was Richard the Lionheart really as brave as he was made out to be?

Who did really murder Thomas Beckett?

Children are expected to read at least three times a week. But every night is encouraged.

Please encourage your
child to read and remember to sign
the reading diary

The children receive Saints Points for good behaviour and acting like Earthly Saints in school. These are collected at the end of the week and the top boy and girl from each class earn themselves a PRIZE!


Another incentive for each class are MARBLES! The children earn marbles as class and will receive a whole class treart at certain milestones.




Indoor: Monday

(dance, real PE, gymnastics)


(team games and sports)


P.E Kit
Children are expected to wear the School’s Standard P.E. Kit.
Plain RED round neck T-shirt with school logo.
Plain BLACK shorts.
BLACK pumps.

In addition: Only during winter weather - this is applicable to all boys and girls in school from Year 1 – 6.
Boys and girls may wear a tracksuit for outdoor lessons only. We recommend a plain dark (preferable black) pair of jogging bottoms and sweatshirt top or a tracksuit and underneath they wear their school RED PE top. These must be plain, no designer logos, football tops etc. Depending on the activity depends on whether children also
 require trainers.

In RE this year we are focusing on some of the following units:

Parables and sayings of Jesus.

In this unit, the children will gain a greater knowledge and understanding of the parables of Jesus. They will explore the concept of the kingdom of God from the teachings of Jesus and ways in which Christians respond to this teaching today through their belonging to the church.