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Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Roman Catholic Primary School

Let no one ever come to us without leaving feeling better and happier.

Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Roman Catholic Primary School

Let no one ever come to us without leaving feeling better and happier.

Class 5

Welcome to Year 5 Class website page.

 

Our Lady's School is a caring family, where, with Jesus in our hearts, we value everyone and encourage them to be the best that they can be.

Hello Year 5!

Mr. Hurst is here!

 

Joining us in Year 5 is Mr. Narramore, who is our class teaching assistant. 

 

General Information

 

-Pick up and drop off points are on zone 5 at 8:50 and 3:20.

 

-Bring your book bag and reading records in every day so they can be changed throughout the week. However, we have timetabled in a slot on Thursday afternoons where children can change their books and read with us.

 

-PE day is on a Tuesday and Thursday. You can come into school in your PE kit or some other suitable sports clothes. 

 

- Spellings are handed out every Monday. Children can practise them at home on Spelling Shed.

-Homework for learning done over the week is handed out either on paper or on Seesaw (app) on Thursdays.  Any technological issues or if you require your log in code for Seesaw, let me know and I will be happy to help! 

 

-Bring a water bottle into school every day to stay hydrated. 

 

 

Below are the Year 5 curriculum topics and lead subjects for each half term across the year along with our RE and Maths topics.  

 

Any questions or queries that you may have, I'm available anytime.

Let's have a cracking year!

Mr Hurst

 

 

Science - Plants

10.5.2022

 

We dissected plants (tulips) to identify the different parts of a plant that are critical to re-production. 

 

Art: Sketching Leaves

Maths: Volume & Capacity

A snapshot of Year 5 measuring, recording and converting volume of water in Maths. 

DT: Motorised Vehicles

Motorised Vehicles

25.3.2022 

Year 5 explored a variety of materials to help them formulate an idea of how to build their motorised car next week.

May the Force Be With You

We have been investigating different kind of forces this term. Here are some action shots from an afternoon where we tested water resistance against different shapes.

We're Going on a Rex Hunt

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Our ebook inspired from the classic children's novel 'We're Going on a Bear Hunt'.

7.2.2022 - Today we introduced the 5 Wells and started with 'Be Active'. We played three fun, enjoyable games (balloon volleyball, quick ping pong & jumping rock, paper, scissors). We discussed what we do currently to be active, what goal we could set and the many benefits it gives.

8.2.2022 - Connect - We discussed how we connect with others and how else we can try connecting going forward. We discussed what connecting with people feels like and why it is important to do so. 

We played two games: a game of 'Would you Rather...' & web connections, where we indentified connections  with others in our class.

Today we painted our planets with our mixed ready-made paints. They look amazing! Good job Year 5.

We have spent two afternoons manipulating and sculpting things you'd find on a planet's surface using mod-roc to create our own planet. We now just need to paint them. Stay tuned!

Fairtrade Gingerbread!

Science - 3.12.2021

Year 5 have had a belting afternoon separating mixtures with different methods of separation. These included sand with water, raisons and flour, water and salt & pins & rice.

Year 5 had a cracking afternoon learning about Fairtrade and the benefits it provides. We tasted some Fairtrade products.

 

Coffee produced the loudest 'ews' and the funniest faces.

 

We've created some posters to put around school to bring the rest of the school to an awareness of the different options they could choose when shopping.

Maths Week

Here is one of the many activities we did this week for Maths Week England. We were creating optical illusions with basic 2D shapes through drawing and measuring. 

Year 5 had a lovely day learning about the Great War and the reasons why we celebrate remembrance day. A highlight was certainly these beautiful poppies that we made.

 

Lest We Forget

Spooky Friday!

Prayer Service - Talents & Qualities - 30.9.2021

We have come to the end of our first RE topic, which was all about our God-given talents and qualities. All the children worked hard to plan and carry out our prayer service. It was a lovely time for reflection and appreciation!

Week 1 - Done

Maths Yearly Overview

Tuesday 24th May: Visit to school from Dog Trust for Year 2 – 6/Tempest photography in school for class photographs (full uniform to be worn)/Year 4 walk to the River Darwen /Wednesday 25th May:We will be celebrating May as the month of Mary. We ask anyone that can, to bring a flower to present to Mary, thank you/ Thursday 26th May: Celebration party for the Queens Platinum Jubilee/Friday 27th May: Non uniform day/ School closes for half term at 3.20pm
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