Year 5 is a wonderful year to watch the children achieve great success. The curriculum is varied, creative and yet increasingly demanding. New skills are taught and we improve one’s already acquired. Homework builds up, and children are expected to become more independent in their learning. That all being said, the topics are inviting and, hopefully inspiring to all pupils.
We find that pupils rise to the challenge as they are heavily praised and celebrated for their efforts, everyone is treated individually and encouraged to reach their full potential. Any children who are showing to have educational difficulties are supported, and where possible intervention put into place. Our higher achievers are recognised and expected to strive for the stars. Pastoral care in Year 5 is important as hormones can be starting to surface! We ensure that a good relationship is built with parents and children are supported through times of need. Plenty of time is given to personal, social and cultural learning about themselves and others.
Mrs McClanlish is supporting Year 5 this year.
I am a relatively new to St Mary’s, prior to this I was riding my bike around South America immersing my self in the different cultures and environments. I have previously worked in Vietnam as a year 4 class teacher in the international circuit which was a fantastic experience. Out side of the classroom I […]
I trained in Exeter and then spent six years teaching in west London before moving to France (Strasbourg) for three years with my husband’s work. I have four children, the first two being born in France. We moved to Cumbria 18 years ago and all four of my children have been through QES and the […]
We look forward to welcoming our children on Wednesday 4th September. If you have any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Year 6 Service will start at 9:30am at St Mary’s Church concluding at around 10:30am. The Summer term will end at 1:00pm pm after lunch.
Some of our children from Year 5 have attended the School Vision Conference at Rydal Hall this week. We have taken part in a whole range of activities to help us think about the children’s involvement in our school vision. We were joined by many school from all over Cumbria. It was lovely to see […]
We are pleased to welcome our children after the Half Term Break.
We look forward to welcoming our children back after half term on June 3rd.
Our children in Year 5 have been having a wonderful time in York on their residential visit. They have visited York Minster, The Railway Museum, Jorvik Viking Centre, The Dig as well as the Minster. What a great if not slightly damp visit.
The staff at St Mary’s have supported the Kenya Day fund raising by doing sit ups and pres ups throughout the day. The target was 500 then we increased it to 600. With a target of 1500 sit ups and then 1500 press ups we are well and truly smashing to target. Thank you to all of […]
Year 5 have been looking at farming this term and have been trying to hatch eggs. They also have two new friends in the classroom.
Thank you so much for supporting Red Nose Day! We have had a great time together for a very important charity.
We have begun signing club recently with Harry. The children have been working on British Sign Language and at the moment looking at greetings. What a fantastic start at communicating in another language!
Click here to view online or download Year 5 Curriculum