Year 5 Blog 2020-2021
Friday 15th January 2021 - Remote Learning
Year 5, you have had a brilliant week of learning and you have packed in a lot!
Miss Beaman and Mrs Choi have been blown away by the sheer talent and enthusiasm of you all. We definitely have young authors, bakers and artists in our midst!
Please take a look at some of the fantastic examples of work that have been sent in, see if you can spot any of your own pieces.
Amazing Art Work!
Monday 11th January 2021 - Remote Learning
WOW! Year 5 what fantastic start to the week! Our live sessions started today and they went really well. Miss Beaman and Mrs Choi were so impressed with how well you all settled into this new way of learning.
Today you were tasked with writing the dialogue for the picture below and you have all done an amazing job. Take a look at some of the examples of your friend's work!
Home Learning 2021
Well done Year 5 for making such a good start to learning at home, we are so impressed with your efforts so far. It is great to see you using a range of techniques for presenting your learning; some of you are using laptops/tablets, whilst others are showing your work on paper. Do continue to present your learning in the way that suits you best. We are looking forward to seeing you in our live sessions from today.
The Year 5 team.
Thursday 26th November 2020
In Science, we created mini parachutes to investigate how air resistance, surface area and gravity can affect an object falling.
Friday 20th November 2020
This week, we have recognised Anti-Bullying Week through a series of discussions, writing pledges to help prevent bullying taking place and also creating art work in our Nature Area.
Thursday 22nd October 2020
Art/DT- This week we painted our Islamic tiles, now they are ready to form a mosaic.
English-We have been writing a biography about Harriet Tubman and her role of helping people escape slavery, through the Underground Railroad.
Friday 16th October 2020
This week in Art and DT, we have been designing and creating an Islamic Tile, using salt dough.
We have used a range of tools and techniques to produce our design and are looking forward to painting them next week.
Wednesday 7th October 2020
To mark the beginning of Black History Month, we are reading 'Unspoken' by Henry Cole.
This book is helping us to understand how people escaped slavery through the Underground Railroad and the symbols for safe houses.
In English, we have begun to make predictions about some of the scenes in the book.