St Anthony's Catholic Primary School

School is open for key worker children/vulnerable children. We are also open to wider year groups as per the letter dated 24th June 2020.All other children should be accessing home learning on the class pages. These will be updated weekly.


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Hello Year 5,

Well what can I say - it was lovely to see some of you back in school this week and I am really looking forward to seeing you again next week.  I am missing you all so much.

I have uploaded your new home learning grid.  You can still access the previous grids but please enjoy what you are doing from them and remember to ask an adult to post your pictures on twitter - I really look forward to seeing what you have been up to.  There are also new activities set for you to complete on Purple Mash and Education City.  

The different tests are still available for you to complete further down the page - give them a go!

These are the resources you will need to complete this week's work are here:.

1. Use this link to complete the activities based on having just one wish.

2. Link for The Lost Thing video is here

3. Follow this link to check out the speed typing test challenge I have set you - I have not managed to beat my own score yet, can you?

4. This week's RE learning can be found here

Remember to check out the Silly Squad Summer Reading Challenge 2020 and try to get involved.  It looks great!

The new book written by JK Rowling - The Ickabog can be accessed here

 BBC Bitesize are still providing daily lessons specifically for year 5 so remember to have a look at these every day.  These can be accessed by following the link -  BBC home learning

 Furthermore, White Rose Maths are also offering lots of online home learning to support children during this time.  These are available though this link - white rose maths home learning

They also have a maths problem of the day which you can access through this link - problem of the day

As-well as all the exciting activities that are set for you, please don't forget singing with Mr Leech Monday - Friday at 2pm (the link is a little further down the page).  You all have lovely singing voices and I can't wait to hear you all again.

I am really missing you all and looking forward to seeing you all when we return to school.

Keep washing your hands, take care and stay safe.

Mrs Gray


Sing along and warm those vocal muscles and feel good with our very own Mr Leech from the Diocese of Leeds Singing Programme-  Sing with Mr Leech

 These are the new arithmetic tests you can complete

Arithmetic test 13 Arithmetic test 14 Arithmetic test 15

Times tables games are a fun way for children to keep practicing their times tables. 


These are the new SPAG tests for you to complete

SPAG test 6 SPAG test 7


Year 5 and 6 statutory spelling list can be found here


These websites can be used to help support learning from home.

Spelling Frame Oxford Owl online books. Education City
TT Rockstars Purple Mash Pobble 365

As well as reading your books, you could log on to this website to listen to stories if you fancy something a little different - for free!

The following are reading comprehensions that can be completed at home.

Reading Booklet - Fiction Answer Booklet - Fiction

There are also some fun science experiments you can try at home.

Milk Art Rainbow in a glass Dancing hearts

In addition, there are also RE resources available at    RE Resources


Homework - this is extremely important if children are going to reach their potential. 

Maths is given out every Monday and expected back in on Thursday morning.  This will then be marked together in class on Friday

English is given out on Tuesday and expected back in on Friday morning. 

Spellings will be sent home on Thursday and there will be a spelling test the following Thursday.

  **Booster classes are always available for homework help - just ask and bring your homework book!**

Please check and sign all homework to say that you are happy with the standard that it has been completed to. 

Reading Books - reading is vital to support progress in all curriculum areas.  Children must read at home daily,  bring their books back in on time and read a range of materials from novels, comics, newspapers and fictional texts.  It is important that reading records and books are in school every day and signed prior to being changed.


P.E - P.E in school will take place on a Monday afternoon and a Friday morning.  Children should have both their indoor and outdoor kits in school.  Please make sure that they have all the necessary kit in school ready for these sessions. 


Please check our school's Twitter feed to see what we have been up to.  


Thank you for your help and support over the coming year,

Mrs Gray, Mrs Price and Mrs Cooper.


New Curriculum 2014

Maths Curriculum

English Curriculum

Learn by Heart Facts




Click here to access our new Year 5 Class Writing Blog

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