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Christ The King Catholic Primary School Learning, growing and praying together with Christ Our King

Class 12

In year 6 your new teacher will be Mrs Scott and you will be in class 14. Mrs Scott has sent you all a very special message.

Mr Burke has sent you all a mission letter

Are these yours?

Friday 17th July

Good morning children,

Well, we have done it, we have reached the end of the year and what a year it has been! Each class I teach holds a special place in my heart but I have so many fabulous memories of you all this year. We have had lots of reasons to laugh and have fun.  Thank you so much.  You have genuinely been one of the loveliest classes that I have ever taught.  You are so kind to one another and compassionate, I have no doubt that you will all grow up to be wonderful individuals.

To you parents, thank you for you continual support and for being so fabulous during difficult times throughout lockdown.  Considering the challenges we all faced, you supported your children and taught them so many additional lifeskills that although their learning may have been interrupted, they were nurtured and  you helped them to build resilience.

Thank you also for the extremely generous gifts given to each of the class 12 staff.  They were incredibly thoughtful but completely unexpected. I truly love teaching and being with children, whilst the job has it's challenges, the job satisfaction by far, outweighs the challenges.

So, once more, in my final message, I cannot thank you enough, children and adults alike.

Have a safe a relaxing holiday.

Whatever you do today, have a lovely day.


Mrs Walsh

Our challenge this week is to to find the letter. Which letter has been hidden in the picture? Once you have decided on the letter, identify the 5 objects. Good luck. May the force be with you!!!!

You have shown such an interest in the Jane Goodall work that I decided to show a few movies and pictures that you created.

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Tamzin movie.MOV

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This week, we have a birthday being celebrated by:

Well done to the following children this week:

I just wanted to show you all this. It is an aeroplane that Timmy has expertly made out of paper - isn't it fantastic!

Look at the motor that Timmy has made! I think we have an inventor in the making!

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End of year reflection



Year Group: 5


TERM: Spring


Dear Parents,

Below is an overview of the curriculum areas we will be covering in Year 5 throughout the Spring term. We look forward to introducing the children to some exciting new topics. Also, we have the Alton Castle residential trip to look forward to. For more information about this, please visit;


If you have any questions or wish to discuss about any aspect of year 5 please get in touch. We are always happy to help.


Thank you for your ongoing support.




Spring 1: 

Myths linked to Ancient Greece. (2 weeks)

Children will be reading Ancient Greek myths and writing their own based on the knowledge they have learnt.

 The Mozart Question – Michael Morpurgo

Children will be reading the book as a class, identifying techniques used by the author to develop characterisation, create cohesion and describe events effectively.


Persuasion (2 weeks)

Children will learn persuasive techniques and write a persuasive piece based upon the book, The Island by Armin Greder. 

Biography (3 weeks)

Children will be identifying the key features of a biography and they will be researching the life of a person and writing a biography using the features. These could be written about a famous Greek person. 


Ongoing throughout spring:


Spelling lessons based on spelling targets for the need of the children and the expectations of the year group.


Grammar – using relative clauses in sentences, using a range of verbs tenses, use paragraphs to order and sequence writing, use descriptions to provoke a response, use subordinating and coordinating conjunctions, recognising relative pronouns and using commas, dashes and parenthesis.


Weekly comprehension activities that are differentiated according to children’s needs.




Spring Term 1:



Negative numbers

Order and compare


Addition and subtraction:

Mental calculation

Formal written methods


Multiplication and division:

Factor pairs

Mental calculation

Geometry – properties of shape:

Diagonal and parallel lines

Properties of rectangles




Add and subtract

Fractions of amounts


Spring Term 2:



Roman Numerals


Multiplication and division:

Formal written methods



Conversions – metric and imperial


Fractions and decimals:

Conversion between

Equivalence between


Geometry- direction and movement:








Properties and changes to materials:

Pupils should be taught to:

-Compare and group together everyday materials on the basis of their properties, including their hardness, solubility, transparency, conductivity (electrical and thermal), and response to magnets


-Know that some materials will dissolve in liquid to form a solution, and describe how to recover a substance from a solution


-Use knowledge of solids, liquids and gases to decide how mixtures might be separated, including through filtering, sieving and evaporating


-Give reasons, based on evidence from comparative and fair tests, for the particular uses of everyday materials, including metals, wood and plastic


-Demonstrate that dissolving, mixing and changes state are reversible changes


-Explain that some changes result in the formation of new materials, and that this kind of change is not usually reversible, including changes associated with burning and the action of acid on bicarbonate of soda.


Unit D Christmas

Unit E Baptism

Unit F Parables and Sayings of Jesus

Unit G Lent

Unit H Holy Week


Also, children will be participating in Mass, class prayer service, collective worship and daily prayers.


Spring Term 1 -Coding 2 – Random numbers and simulations

Children will continue to enter codes using Espresso coding.

Spring Term 2: Spreadsheets Gold Award.

Children will be opening a prepared spreadsheet, enter simple data use ‘sum’ to find total, enter, label and calculate. Create a graph.


Throughout the year, children will always be looking at E-safety and how to report any problems they see.


Also, children will be using the computers and iPads to research topics.



Ancient Greece:

Children will be taught to:


Chronologically sequence historical events.

Compare law and government, daily life and traditions from Ancient Greece to the present day.


Ask and answer questions about change, causes, similarities and differences in historically periods.


Study the Greek alphabet and understand word origins.


Look at the lives of the Spartans and Athenians.

Understand Ancient Greek achievements and the impact it had on the Western World.





Ancient Greece:


Children will be making Greek pots and theatrical masks.


Children will be following the Charanga music scheme and will be learning songs for the Easter production.

They will be participating in a weekly hymn practice to learn new songs.



PE will be taught by our Sports Coach, Mr Hadlum. 

Class 11 – P.E. lessons with Mr. Hadlum

Class 12 – Swimming lessons weekly on a Thursday.