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Spring 2nd half term updates:

This half-term, it is our turn to take part in the wonderful Forest School sessions. These sessions will take place on Tuesdays and half of the class will take part each week, according to the schedule emailed out by Mr. Cook. The remainder of the class will have their normal PE session. On the days when children are doing Forest School, they will need to bring wellies and waterproofs if they have them. 


Our second PE day will remain on a Friday. However, in the first week back, we will be having our final session at CALSA, which will replace the Friday PE session. 





Homework will continue to be due on Fridays, when we will also do our weekly spelling tests. 


On this page, you will find information about our curriculum, details of any homework assignments and any key information that children and parents need to know. Additionally, there are some key resources to support with learning in Year 5, including the calculation policy, the year 5/6 spelling words and examples of questions that you can ask your child while reading. If you have any questions, please get in touch via the school office and we will be more than happy to answer them or help in any way that we can. 


Mr. Duffy and Mrs. Grange


Upcoming events

Tuesday 7th February- Nell Bank Visit

13th March - Parent open morning, 9.15-10.00 am

Monday 20th March- York Mosque visit 

Tuesday 9th May- Magna visit

28th June 2023 - Parent open afternoon. Ukulele Performance 2.00-3.00pm 



Murton Park - Viking Day

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Year 5 did a fantastic job guarding the village. They even had to warn off an Anglo-Saxon!


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Great books to read for 9-11 Year olds

Long Multiplication for Y5 at CLEH

As per our calculation policy, this is the method that children from year 5 onwards must use for long multiplication.