Year 5 Blog
What a fantastic week we have had in Y5, learning about flight. We started our week with a rocket workshop, where we learnt about their history and how to make one from paper. It was great fun launching our rockets in the playground. We On Wednesday we were visited by […]
Over the past two weeks Y5 have been identifying and developing their learning power. It has been wonderful to hear them discuss their learning and nominate others who have shown reciprocity, resourcefulness, reflection and resilience. Everyone looked fantastic in their world book day costumes last week. It was such a fun day. Well done to […]
Sunday 19th February Today our children had the opportunity to watch the men’s national shield and patrons cup basketball finals which took place at Hatfield. The matches were both fast and exciting. It was great to watch and meet some of the star players. A huge thank you goes to Miss Pringle for organising this fantastic trip for the […]
Year 5 have been developing their Learning Power all week, showing determination, team work, resilience and positive attitudes across the curriculum and on the playground. Mr Frost Year 5 led Mr Frosts retirement assembly on Tuesday, which they helped plan and write a song for. We will miss Mr Frost very much but wish him […]
This week we launched the daily mile in year 5. The children showed much enthusiasm for the 15 minutes of exercise and surprised themselves with just how far they have run. In maths the children have been busy finding equivalent fractions, simplifying fractions and finding fractions of amounts. If you are off shopping this weekend […]
Year 5 have been developing their scientific skills this week. They started the week with two ‘Big Questions’ about spiders. 1. How do spiders avoid getting stuck in their webs? 2. How do spiders eat their prey with such a small mouth? After making some excellent predictions the children carried out a series of investigations […]
It has been action packed in Year 5 this week. We kick started the week gathering synonyms, verbs, adjectives and adverbs to help us write a mystery! The children have been very creative, selecting vocabulary for effect and creating a very mysterious setting. ‘A light broke the darkness, owls and bats scattered as I tiptoed […]
On Thursday Year 5 visited Greenwich observatory, where they investigated the stars and planets in the amazing Planetarium and met an astronaut! They saw and stood across the meridian line! It was a wonderful experience and the children behaved brilliantly. Thank you to Mrs Charalambous for accompanying us.
Please use this SPAG glossary (attached) and the maths glossary found at this website http://studymaths.co.uk/glossary.php to assist you with your home learning. english_glossary
Well done to all of Year 5 for their wonderful singing, acting and reading during the Advent service.