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Year 5 - Scholastica

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Teacher - Miss Lockton

Teaching Assistant - Mrs Chiverton & Mrs Purdy

Year 5

 

 

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CAFOD- Sister Eleanor visits St Benedict’s

On Wednesday, Scholastica had a visit from Sister Eleanor. She told us all about ‘CAFOD’ and the refugees. She told us a story about us having to leave our homes with nothing. She gave us an activity to choose six items and leave some behind. The first item we had to loose was the heaviest item. The second was to give up the most expensive and then something that was valuable to us. Finally, we had to get rid of everything that would have been destroyed by water on the boat we were travelling on. We eventually got to safety in the refugee camp. At the end of the session we said some prayers for the refugees and people who are less fortunate than ourselves.

Written by Isobel

What is in a name?

Today we have been looking at the origins of place names in Topic.  We have used maps to find place names with Celtic or Anglo-Saxon origin.

Celtic

aber – river mouth

don – hill

pont – bridge

afon /avon – river

llan – church

porth – harbour

caer – fort

llyn – lake

tre – farm

Anglo-Saxon

barrow – wood

field – field

ney – island

bridge – bridge

ford – river crossing

stead/sted – farm

bourne /burnstream

ham/hamm – village

stoc – summer pasture

burgh/bury – fort

hurst – clearing

stow/stowe – holy place

combe - valley

ing – people of

ton/tun – farm/village

cot – small hut

ley/lea/lee/leigh – clearing

wick/wich – farm/dwelling

fall – place cleared of trees

mer/mar/mere – lake

worth – fenced land

 

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Scholastica's Prayer Service

On Friday 28th September, Scholastica walked to St Benedict's Church to share a prayer service with the local parish.  As we have been learning about the Creation and studying Genesis, we decided to retell this story.  We also sang "Who Put the Colours in the Rainbow," which is one of Miss Lockton's favourite songs from when she was at primary school.

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HOME LEARNING

Homework is given out on a Friday and is due back the following Wednesday.  If your child is absent on a Friday you can find this on our class page instead.

Homework- Autumn 1 Week 6

Homework- Autumn 1 Week 5

Homework Autumn 1- Week 4

Homework- Autumn 1 Week 3

Homework- Autumn 1 Week 2

Year 5 Autumn Curriculum Overview

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