Year 5 Classes

Saint Name: St Thomas More – Class 5T
Teacher: Ms Hughes
Support Staff: Ms Curran 


Welcome to our classroom. We are very happy to see you and we do hope that you enjoy your visit. This page will be regularly updated with information and pictures relating to our classroom so please keep checking back for new information.

We have started the new term and all settled in to our new class room. We have lots of exciting learning planned for this term and will give you updates as they happen so please come back and see our page again.

In our first few days back we covered lots of important issues, we discussed the importance of E-Safety and safeguarding ourselves, we also discussed our core values and school Mission Statement and how we can all display these values to everyone.

Year 5—Reconciliation

“There is no limit to God’s grace, nor to God’s mercy and forgiveness when we fail. Reconciliation is a sacrament of healing. Reconciliation makes present Jesus’ call to conversion, involves contrition for our sins, confession of them to a priest, and absolution spoken by the priest in the name of Jesus Christ. In the celebration of the sacrament we acknowledge (confess) God’s holiness and mercy and are reconciled to God and the community of the Church.”              

Religious Education Curriculum Directory

Year 5 will learn that sin is a failure of love and learn that when we sin we hurt ourselves and others and damage our relationship with God. They will begin to understand that God loves and forgives us if we are truly sorry and learn that God heals our friendship with him and others through the Sacrament of  Reconciliation. They learn how we can prepare ourselves to receive this Sacrament and learn what happens during the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

At Home

You could help your children by:

  • talking to them about what strengthens their friendships
  • reading the stories of Jesus’ last week with them


Please visit Our Faith page to view our  R.E. Newsletters and to learn more on how you can help and support your child in the R.E lessons this half term.