Welcome to Year 5
The Class Teacher is Mrs Stevens.
Our Teaching Assistant is Miss Vohra.
Rainforest Weather Reports!|
In our home learning, we have been researching the weather and climate in the rainforest.
We used our information to create our own weather reports! Have a watch of some of them below!
Ahmad and his family recently celebrated Eid after the month of Ramadan.
They made a video to tell us all about their experiences during the holy month - Eid Mubarak!
Literacy: Famous ocean Liner "Titanic"|
We have been learning all about the famous Ocean Liner "Titanic". To consolidate our learning we have produced a True/False question game, created a brochure/leaflet, created a postcard and wrote a story of going on the Titanic. Take a look at our wonderful work!
We have been learning about the importance of VE day and why we celebrate it. We have wrote a letter telling them about ourself and what we found interesting about thier story. Aminah has even designed a medal!
Literacy: Danny the Champion of the world|
We have been reading various chapters from the book Danny Champion of the World. We have created a Character profile about Danny and his Dad.
Year 5 Work on Ancient Greece|
We have been learning about Ancient Greece. We have read and watched various videos about deadly creatures, thereafter designed and described our own creatures. Take a look at our amazing pictures and writing!
Year 5 do chores!|
As part of our home learning, we helped our parents do chores around the house.
Have a look at our pictures!
Computing - We are Artists|
Year 5 have been looking closely at how to digitally represent tessellating and repeating patterns. We used Scratch and Inkscape to create our own work.
Computing - We are Web Developers|
In computing Year 5 have been creating their own webpages relating to their topic 'A Kingdom United'. Prior to this, the children looked carefully at websites on the internet and assessed their validity and reliability. We discovered unusual websites including the South Pacific Tree Octupus and Dog Island. Despite what seemed like compelling evidence, we were able to spot the tell-tale signs of inaccurate information on websites and realised the importance of checking multiple sources of information before drawing conclusions. Here are some examples of the children's webpages: