Category: year5

Year 5 Summer 2nd half term

Congratulations to Year 5! What a great year and a great class! The Summer Term seemed to go by so quickly and what fun they had. There were so many fun learning days and experiences made available to the children and as usual their attitude and behaviour remained positive throughout.  The children worked incredibly hard …

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Year 5 summer term

Well done for another very productive half term! There is so much to celebrate and so many certificates have been awarded for different achievements. In Art we have focused on works by the artist Vincent Van Gogh, mainly his paintings of chairs and his famous Bedroom at Arles. We combined this focus with work on …

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Spring 2nd Half Term

The last half term felt like the fastest ever! The children adapted extremely well to their return to school and worked hard to produce good results.  Well done Year 5! Our Artwork was varied and interesting with a focus on the idea of a dragon’s eye. The children used techniques to create visual texture to …

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Spring 1st Half Term

It has been a very strange but productive half term for the children in Year 5 whether learning at home or at school!  Our English work has focused heavily on the book Varjak Paw by SF Said. The children have written super character descriptions of Holly, one of the main characters. We also wrote biased …

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December 2020

Year 5 have worked so hard throughout the Autumn term, well done to all of the class. They produced some great pieces of writing linked to our texts including Cloud Tea Monkeys and The Monsterology Handbook. Food technology was the focus for our DT learning. We successfully completed The Year 5 Cracker Project, which ended …

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Year 5 – October Half Term 2020

In our Geography topic about rivers we created river models and then labelled the features that are found in each course. Year 5 work hard to earn points for their house team. This half term, Saturn were the winners! Well done to the proud team. In Science we have been learning how the circulatory system …

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