St Augustine: Miss Harding
St Bartholomew: Mrs Fenton
St Augustine: Miss Pitts (Mon-Wed) and Mrs Jones (Thurs-Fri)
St Bartholomew: Mr Smallwood
Our P.E. day this term will alternate between Wednesdays and Fridays. Please remember to bring your P.E kits in every Monday ready for when we do P.E and giving them time to quarantine before our P.E session. You may wish to bring your kits home on a Friday to be washed or alternatively they can stay in school until the end of term.
Remember to read your book every night for at least 20 minutes and remember to get your learning journal signed. You will receive two housepoints for every time you read and an extra 5 if you read everyday throughout the week!
Spellings will be given every Friday, you will need to practice them daily ready for your spelling test the following Friday.
There will be dip and dos posted on the year 5 jotter page at the beginning of each term. This is optional learning but housepoints will be awarded if you complete this extra learning!
If you have any queries please contact the school office via phone or email. A phone call or meeting can be arranged if necessary.
As a Catholic School, we attach the greatest importance to Collective Worship in the life of our school. We give our children opportunities to grow in faith, love and compassion to Jesus by reflecting the true meanings of Jesus' words.
This term our Collective Worship will be based around the theme of forgiveness, caring for others and love to God. We will be celebrating the FEAST of the ASCENSION of JESUS CHRIST and reflecting the true meaning of this special time.
May is a very special month in the Catholic calendar as it marks the MONTH OF MARY. During this time, we will be thinking about Mary and reflecting on how she is the Mother of Jesus and Mother to us all. We will be using the class rosery to pray to Mary and writing our own prayers to Her.
In collective worship we looked at the temptation of Jesus.
We read scripture and created a class prayer.
After this we role played Jesus' temptation and discussed how it links to Lent.
Collective Worship Assemblies
Anointing of Jesus; criticism by Judas
In our Collective Worship assembly, we reflected on the story of the anointment of Jesus. We explored the timing of it (before the last supper) and why it was done. We discussed the reasons why Jesus' feet were washed and why it was ok to use such expensive perfume in doing this. We thought about how everyone wanted to show Jesus that they were not worthy of Him and how we show this today.
We finished off by saying a prayer together and listening to a hymn.
Jotter Learning Platform
To access the jotter learn platform to see your dip and do learning this this term follow the link below.