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St. Monica and St Augustine

Welcome to Year 5:

St. Monica: Ms Edwards and Ms Ogunwole

St. Augustine: Ms McNicholas and Ms Seweje



Homework will be given out every Friday. Please ensure that your child hands their homework book in on a Wednesday so that it can be marked promptly. If your child does not do their homework, they will be asked to attend homework club during Thursday lunchtime. 


Important information


We hope you're all looking forward to life in St Monica and St. Augustine. You will find everything you need to know about the classes here.


P.E. kits should be brought in on Mondays and taken home to be washed on Fridays. (Blue/black shorts or tracksuit bottoms, white P.E. top and trainers/plimsoles)


Class assemblies

St. Augustine's class assembly will be on the 19th September 2018.

St. Monica's class assembly will be 17th October 2018.



Year 5 Roald Dahl Day

Year 5 Roald Dahl Day  1 Our own Marvellous Medicines
Year 5 Roald Dahl Day  2 Marvellous Medicine Ingredients
Year 5 Roald Dahl Day  3 Mixing our medicines just like George
Year 5 Roald Dahl Day  4 St. Augustine Roald Dahl Day
Year 5 Roald Dahl Day  5 Creating our own Willy Wonka Hats
Year 5 Roald Dahl Day  6 Designing Wonka Hats
Year 5 Roald Dahl Day  7 Willy Wonka Hat
Year 5 Roald Dahl Day  8 Willy Wonka Hat

Big Read

Image result for street childOur book this half term will be 'Street Child' by Berlie Doherty.

We will read this book every day giving the children the opportunity to improve their fluency and intonation when reading out loud. As a class and independently, the children will work on retrieval skills, explaining and discussing their understanding of the text, drawing inferences and justifying these with evidence and evaluating how authors use language.  



This half term our IPC topic is 'Living in Space'.

The children will learn about the International Space Station, conditions in space and the life of an astronaut.  

We will design and create our own rockets looking at which design would be most suited to travelling to space.  

General misconceptions about life in space will also be addressed giving children the opportunity to bring up their own questions and lines of enquiry. 

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Our Science topic this half term is 'The Earth, Sun and Moon'

Within this topic we will learn how to:

* describe the movement of the Earth, and other planets, relative to the sun in the solar system

* describe the movement of the Moon relative to the Earth

* describe the Sun, Earth and Moon as approximately spherical bodies

* Use the idea of the Earth's rotation to explain day and night and the apparent movement of the sun across the sky

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