This morning, Year 5 spent their literacy lesson creating a timeline of key events from the book we've been reading this term, The Lost Happy Endings.
The Lost Happy Endings is a fantastic and magical tale about what happens when, one night, a wicked witch steals the happy endings to bedtime…
In our computing session this afternoon, Year 5 delved into the world of coding.
We reacquainted ourselves with coding simple commands to our sprites. We also looked ar debugging our work to fix any errors in the code.
Well done year 5!
In Year 5 this afternoon, we looked at how we should cite websites in our work.
We learned about plagiarism, sources, and bibliographies. We learned why it's important to cite where we have got our information from and when.
Well done Year 5!
This morning, Year 5 had Martin from URENCO visit us. Martin gave the class a separating materials workshop.
Pupils took part in various activities. Pupils were comparing different substances and seeing how they themselves could separate materials using centrifugal force.
In art today, Year 5 explored everyday objects to create an installation. They considered how ordinary spaces can be transformed and tried alternative solutions as they constructed their artwork.
Fantastic Year 5!
Year 5 has been producing excellent pieces of work in our latest batch of literacy sessions!
Over the course of the week, we've looked at how we can bring our writing to life by using similes, metaphors, and personification.
Finally, we looked at how using speech in our writing can bring it to…
This week, Year 5 has been delving into multiplying and dividing by 10, 100, and 1000.
We looked at the patterns of which way a number moves across the place value system depending on if we were multiplying or dividing.
For example. if we are multiplying by 100, each digit will move 2…
In science, Year 5 has learned how the doors we have in classes are leavers.
A machine is an object with moving parts that make it easier for us to do something. So we need less force (effort) to move a mass (load).
The machine has a pivot point (where it turns) called the fulcrum.
This afternoon, Year 5 looked at the impact of bullying on those who have to deal with it. We discussed the various types of bullying and what to do if someone sees it.
We all know that we should treat others how we want to be treated
This morning Year 5 delved into the world of multiplication and looked at square numbers.
We used counters, multilink, and our whiteboards to bring our learning to life.
Well done Year 5!
Recently, Year 5 students embarked on an electrifying journey, quite literally, as they explored electrical circuits with motors and harnessed this knowledge to create doodlers that were both fun and educational.
The adventure began with the classroom abuzz with excitement. The students were…
In our exciting science lesson today, the Year 5 students embarked on a fascinating experiment to explore the factors affecting the speed at which objects descend through water. With eager anticipation, we delved into the world of hydrodynamics to uncover some intriguing results.