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St. Monica and St. Augustine

Welcome to St. Monica and St. Augustine


                                    
I.P.C
Our new IPC topic is 'Climate Control',  we will be learning about some of the problems our planet faces. Global warming is a much debated topic at the moment and we will be investigating the causes and results of man's actions on our planet. 

Science
Our new science topic will be 
'Gases Around Us'.                    

 

Useful websites for our I.P.C and science topics
http://resources.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/revision/science/living.htm
http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2/science/living_things/
http://www.crickweb.co.uk/ks2science.html

 

 

                                                  

 

 

Reading in Year 5

 

In Year 5 your child will take part in a range of whole class, group and individual reading activities. In Year 5, children should be able to read with fluency, accuracy and understanding. They should be able to respond to a wide range of texts, including both fiction and non-fiction, referring to the text to support their views.

 

Reading is probably one of the most important skills your child will learn in primary school. Please help your child spend 10-15 mins reading/or being read to every day; it will help them become excellent readers, writers and thinkers. It's only a small amount of time but it will make a HUGE difference.

Thank you for your continuing support with your  child's reading.

 

 

 

 

 

   Times Tables   

Expectations

 

In Year 5, children should be able to rapidly recall multiplication facts up to 10 x 10, their corresponding division facts and facts involving decimals. It is useful to learn the tables in the following order:

 



 

                    

PE

PE kits need to be brought in on a Monday and left in school all week. It should be taken home and washed on a Friday. The timetabled PE lesson will take place on Friday. As a reminder the PE kit is made up of: black plimsolls or trainers, a plain white t-shirt (no writing or pictures please) and plain shorts. Children should not be bringing football kits in for PE!

Year five will be swimming this term on Thursday mornings. 

Picture 1 Making our way to the Science Museum
Picture 2 One of the exhibits was shocking!
Picture 3 We needed a volunteer for this experiment
Picture 4 Spinning plate investigation
Picture 5 There were lots of challenges to try!
Picture 6 Build a bridge that the ship can fit under
Picture 7 Lots of concentration needed for this challenge!
Picture 8 Mmm... What do we do here?
Picture 9 Perfect counter balance!
Picture 10
Picture 11 Task complete! Now to test our bridge...
Picture 12 This overhang challenge required steady hands
Picture 13 What can you hear?
Picture 14 Investigating perpetual motion
Picture 15 My very own bridge!
Picture 16 Science is fun
Picture 17 Team work is required here!
Picture 18 Testing the effectiveness of pullies
Picture 19 3D shape building
Picture 20 Sorting 3D shapes into a Venn diagram
Picture 21 3D shape sorting
Picture 22 Presenting our research to the class
Picture 23 What do you know about the I.S.S?
Picture 24 Each group had to work together
Picture 25 We have worked as a team to complete the challenge
Picture 26 Place your tetrahedron on your head!
Picture 27 This requires lots of concentration
Picture 28 Architecture Workshop
Picture 29 Architecture Workshop 'Tripod Making
Picture 30 Measuring the diameter of our craters
Picture 31 Conducting an experiment together!
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