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St Gregory's Catholic Primary School Part of The Stella Maris Catholic Federation

Year 5

Welcome to Year 5 2021 - 2022


We are so pleased to be welcoming our class back into school after a turbulent two years - hopefully this year will be seamless.


Our year 5 team:


Mrs Wilson ( Class teacher)

Mrs Carruthers (Teaching Assistant)

Mrs Bamber  (Teaching Assistant - 1:1 support)


We have lots of exciting things planned for you this year and am sure we will have lots of fun as well. 


We look forward to working in partnership with  parents/carers and families  - if you need to speak to us about any concerns or worries you have please let us know.

WORLD BOOK DAY 3RD MARCH 2022 It was fabulous to be able to celebrate our love of books, reading and stories today. We made masks, had a masked reader readathon using the green screen, drank hot chocolate and listened to stories, made masks and made clay model bookworms. It is so lovely to celebrate together - we have really missed this


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RE. A zoom call with the Bishop of Lancaster

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Year 5 wrote to Bishop Paul Swarbrick, the Bishop of Lancaster and asked him to zoom with them to discuss the word mission and find out more about the life of a Bishop. We were so thrilled when he agreed.

Dodgeball Festival at St Joseph's 8th February 2022 We all had a fabulous time and represented school extremely well today

Thank you to our lovely dinner staff for a fabulous Christmas dinner

Don't be a GRINCH - look at the baubles we created

We had a fantastic Santa Dash today - trikes as sleighs, hurdles as fences Santa needed to climb, benches to balance on as rooftops, a parachute for a chimney, spacehoppers for a safe landing from the chimney then finally a dash around the playground to the next house - Loads of photos , fun and laughter

Christmas Fun Day We are all so happy to be able to celebrate together again Just look at our smiling faces

We have had great fun today. We have been investigating what the Anglo Saxons ate by looking at coprolites that were excavated from a cesspit in Sutton Hoo. (Disclaimer - coprolites were made from playdough and food scraps)