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Christ the King is the first school in Cardiff to be awarded Gold status for being a Rights Respecting School! Helping to reach the 17 global goals for a better world by 2030.
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Year 5 Learning Logs

Learning Log 3rd July

Learning Log 26th June

Easter Holiday Learning Log

The Learning Log for the Easter holiday is to work through the test papers that you have been given for Reading and for Procedural Maths. It would be best to work through it in sections and ask an adult to have a look at the work you've done to see if there are any areas that you can work on. This task does not need to be returned to school. There will be no extra handwriting and spellings to complete, but it is important to keep reading. Have a good holiday!

Song Words - Alive

Song Words for Easter Liturgy.Lord I Lift your name on high!

Year 5 are celebrating the Resurrection on Thursday 29th March with a class liturgy. 

You will need to wear bright, colourful, party clothes , with a dark hooded jumper or cardigan over the top.

Please learn the lines you have been given and the words to the songs. 

UNICEF consultation 

The Welsh Government have asked Unicef UK to help them collect the views of children and young people in our Rights Respecting Schools and to feedback their views.

Year 5 will take part in the Welsh Government consultation on removing the defence of ‘reasonable punishment’ on Friday 9th March 2018. Please read the parent information sent home with your child today, a copy is attached here. 

Eisteddfod Craft Competition 2018

Eisteddfod Songs 2018

We are studying the work of the Welsh artist Geraint Dodd. We would like to produce a painting in the style of Geraint Dodd based on a landscape or seascape picture / photograph we have taken whilst on holiday. Look for a picture of your favourite landscape -  no people or buildings. Bring the photograph to school so we can try to paint that scene. This will be part of our art competition entry for the Eisteddfod.
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