Year 5 Home Learning

year5@stcatherines.barnetmail.net – Please use this email to communicate with your Year Group Teachers. Year 5 Curriculum Information Years 5 and 6 Spelling List Year 5 – Allotment Year 5 RE – Week 1 Summer 1 – Life in the Risen Christ Year 5 – Week 3 RE BBC Bitesize French: Practical lessons for KS2 over the […]

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Reconciliation Service

Thank you Father John and Father James for leading a Reconciliation Service with the Years 5 & 6 children and giving them the opportunity to go to Confession during our Lenten journey. The children gathered together to sit quietly and reflect on our Lenten journey so far. Thank you to the children who led this […]

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Year 5 – Weekly Update

What a great Science week we have had! Well done to all the children (and parents of those children) who came into school in a Science-themed fancy dress on Monday. Some of the outfits were so creative!! The children had fun planting seeds on Tuesday afternoon to turn into our own allotment in school! We […]

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Year 5 – Geography

Year 5 were learning to compare regions in the UK by looking at the most common types of farming in that area. They created posters looking at what a particular type of farming is and why it would be more prevalent in that area of the UK.

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Year 5 Weekly Update

This week in year 5, the children have enjoyed learning about allotments, and writing their non-chronological reports about them. Children practised using a range of punctuation, and using relative clauses to give extra information about fruits and vegetables. In Maths, the children have continued to add and subtract fractions with different denominators. They have also […]

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Year 5 Weekly Update

We have had a wonderful first week back with the children and very much enjoyed starting our new topic called ‘Allotment’. Some of the children were brave on Monday and challenged themselves to try new textures and flavours when we provided them with a range of fruits, vegetables and herbs that can be grown in allotments. […]

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