Year 5 - St. Teresa of Calcutta

Year 5 - St. Teresa of Calcutta

Curriculum overview 2020/21

Virgin Enterprise - Make £5 grow

Make five pounds grow




Garden Decor


We are pleased to announce we have made £429.50. This means we have a profit of £274.50.  We have decided to make a donation to St John's Hospice and are spending the rest on an activity that we can all enjoy.


We would like to say a massive THANK YOU to everyone who supported us.



Widening Horizons Art Project

Welcome to Year 5!

Class Teacher - Mrs Wilkinson

Teaching Assistant - Miss Moore 






RE - Our topic is



Each of us, by the way we live our lives, the way we treat others, and by our words and actions, show if we have an attitude of service. Often, we are especially influenced by those whose actions speak powerfully of a life of service.


Word of God

“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to bring Good News to the poor.  He has sent me to proclaim release to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to let the oppressed go free, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favour.”

Luke 4: 18-19


Catechism of the Catholic Church

“Those, who with God’s help, have welcomed Christ’s call and freely responded to it, are urged on by love of Christ to proclaim the Good News everywhere in the world.  This treasure, received from the apostles, has been faithfully guarded by their successors.  All Christ’s faithful are called to hand it on from generation to generation, by professing the faith, by living it in fraternal sharing, and by celebrating it in liturgy and prayer.”

(CCC Prologue 3)



Our value for this half term is being  PROPHETIC





In maths we will be looking at fractions and decimals.

As well as using mathletics  remember you have have access to Timestable rockstars  All children have their own passwords and homework will be set weekly. 


Some good websites for maths:





 In English we are focussing on being a TRAVEL WRITER. We will be using our GEOGRAPHY skills to find out and write about GREECE


In class we are reading Who Let the Gods Out by Maz Evans








Science will see us looking at growing up and using the Journey in Love scheme of work




In GEOGRAPHY we are learning about Greece and improving our map skills


In HISTORY we are learning about the Ancient Greeks and what they have influenced today.





Please help your child by encouraging them to read and discuss books daily. Remember to encourage your child to write a sentence in their diary to score points on the reading challenge. Also continue practicing times tables. Your child will also have spellings and mathletics/timestable rockstars tasks weekly.  Also a selection of activities will be sent home based around the current topic.


Please work with your child at home on the following:

  • Reading (10 minutes daily)
  • Spellings ( Monday to be completed by Friday) - Set using purplemash
  • Mathletics/TTRS (Monday to be completed by the following Monday)
  • Topic (variable dates depending on project)


Computer logins

Your child has log-ins for a number of computer platforms to help with their learning - please encourage them to make use of these





PE will be on a Monday and Thursday afternoon. Monday will be with Coach Tom - please come to school in your PE kit.

Thursday will be swimming (cancelled until further notice)



All children will be provided with a named water bottle. Your child will fetch their water bottle home on a Friday for a good clean. Please remember to return to school on a Monday.



On PE days Dark shorts/leggings/jogging bottoms can be worn with a plain white T-shirt and school uniform jumper. For PE ear-rings should be removed and hair tied up securely. Trainers may also be worn.

On non PE days please ensure your child is in full school uniform. School shoes not trainers should be worn. 

Please can you ensure all your child's uniform is clearly named.


From Uniform policy:

Navy blue cardigan or sweatshirt, (must have school logo.)

Boys: Grey trousers or grey shorts

Girls: Navy blue skirt or navy blue pinafore. In summer, blue gingham dresses can be worn. (Skirts must be knee length approximately.)


White polo shirt (School logo optional.) We are sympathetic to uniform costs and would support the purchase of plain white polo shirts if preferred.

Black or grey socks for boys. Navy blue tights or white socks for girls.

Shoes for all pupils should be black. Trainers are not permitted. In warm weather sandals giving heel support can be worn. (Black plimsolls will be provided to children who come into school wearing trainers)

All children are expected to be tidy at all times.

Hair should be naturally coloured and cut in an appropriate style. Long hair should be tied back.

Hair bows must be small and blue or white.

Available from Uniform & Leisurewear, Morecambe 01524 388355


Your child does not need a pencil case as these are provided by school. As there is limited space in the cloakroom please only send your child to school with their lunchbox and a small book bag to carry reading book and homework.


I look forward to working with you and your child over the year. Thank you in advance for your support. If you have any queries or concerns, please contact me via e-mail or telephone. If you wish to see me in person, please make an appointment to see me through the school office so that suitable arrangements can be made to meet in a safe way.


 Sarah Wilkinson



Topic Homework - Summer Term

Year Five - School Councillors


Emilia and Mary

Year 5 Greek Workshop

Looking through the doors of Year 5...

Science lesson dissecting flowers and then an afternoon making nature frames

Rainforest Topic Homework