Welcome to Year Five’s blog page. We will keep you updated with the fun and exciting things we get up to everyday via our Twitter feed and blog. We would really appreciate you commenting on our posts and letting us know what you think.
Here is our learner profile for what a Year 5 child will be able to do by the end of the year.
Year 5 news..
Today, we held our annual Christmas Music Assembly, which is always one of the highlights of the year as we get to showcase the incredible talent we have in St. Patrick’s! Every class performed something special that they had been working on in their music lessons with Mr. Larkin, and we also had wonderful performances from Mr. Wellens’ Y5/6 clarinet group and Y5/6 flute group, Mr. Morgan’s Violin Club and, of course, our fabulous school choir. The quality of the performances this year was outstanding! We are so proud of all our talented pupils.
Take a look at some of the performances from today’s assembly.2 Comments
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Year 4 have recorded some Christmas messages for our partner school in Madrid, CEIP Gabriela Mistral. Take a look on the link below:
Year 4 Christmas messages: https://youtu.be/VqPtl_M-l6Y
The children in Years 3 and 5 have also written Christmas cards that they have posted to Madrid.
Feliz Navidad!0 Comments
What an amazing experience! Six children from Years 5 and 6 have just performed at a sold-out Echo Arena with none other than Roger Waters from Pink Floyd! Jessica, Roya, Josh, Ibrahim, Sarah and Brendan learned the band’s famous song ‘Another Brick in the Wall’, rehearsing the lyrics and choreography at KIND alongside 6 children from other schools, before performing the number in front of 11,000 fans last night! The children even got to meet Roger Waters himself backstage for a chat and a photograph!
Thank you to KIND for helping to give the children such an incredible experience, and thank you to Mrs Smith for looking after the children all night at the arena! The children were absolutely fantastic and we are all so proud of them! You rock!
The amazing Year 5 have been working on their rap skills this term in their music lessons! This week, they became recording artists, recording their version of the classic rap song The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air on GarageBand – brilliant!
As if that wasn’t enough, we decided to make our own rap video! Check it out on the link below!4 Comments
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We finished the term in style today with a beautiful church service for Holy Week, a lovely attendance assembly and, to top it all off, our annual St. Pat’s Got Talent spectacular! Children in each class from Nursery to Year 6 have been auditioning in their classes and practising hard to make through to the finals. The standard was so high again; the talent in this school is truly incredible! We had singing, dancing, piano playing, comedy and even magic!
In the end, Thomas and Alfie from Year 1, and Viyan from Year 6 were this year’s St. Pat’s Got Talent winners with their superb performances, but all the performers were outstanding. It was great to see so many parents there to support the children too, as always.
Well done, everyone and have a lovely Easter. Meanwhile, take a look at some of the photos and videos below!
Reception: Reception Performance
Thomas and Alfie (Year 1) Year 1 Singing
Anthony, Kamal, Ismail and Byron (Year 1) Year 1 Dance
Abbas, Dahir and Muiz (Year 2) Year 2 Group
Charlie (Year 2) Year 2 Singing
Amber and Amanda (Year 3) Year 3 Singing
Joseph, Tyler and John (Year 3) Year 3 Magic
Giddeon and Adam (Year 4) Year 4 Comedy
Lillianna and Maysie (Year 4) Year 4 Dance
Year 5 rock band (Year 5) Year 5 Rock
Kerin and Daisy (Year 5) Year 5 Dance
Viyan (Year 6) Year 6 Piano
21 Pilots (Year 6) Year 6 Rap
Kieran and Hawi (Year 6) Year 6 Singing
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We we had a fabulous time listening to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra this afternoon. So many of our children told me how ‘lucky’ they felt on the way home. What a privilege!0 Comments
Today in English, we worked in groups to explore nouns and abstract nouns. We used dictionaries to define meanings, chose appropriate synonyms, up-levelled sentences and then finally performed our poems. Our teamwork was fantastic!
What a fantastic start to international week with Arabic Day. We have been very lucky to have had beautiful henna hand paintings, delicious food tasting and some excellent readings from Kareem and Yassin. We were also visited by girls from year 4 who talked about traditional clothing and jewellery. Thank you to all of our parents for helping!!
What a fantastic morning at Liverpool Hope University! Our year 5 scientists were amazing at the micro teaching workshop. We have learnt so much about Forces and the scientific language that we are now using is great! Well done year 5!!
Today, year 5 had another visit from Carl from the unity theatre. In small groups, we explored some of our memories through drama. We also worked on our mapping skills by mapping out our favourite places in Liverpool. We’re really excited for next week’s workshop already!