From our Glorious Greeks day, we can tell you everything you want to know about the ancient Greeks, from mythical gods and goddesses and the Olympic Games, to warriors and heroes such as Hercules. Sculpture Materials investigation We investigated which materials we best for sculpturing. We tested paper, foil, playdoh and clay. Here are some of […]
We have been learning about the language of discussion texts. We then have debated 2 topics People should give to human charities over animals charities. We should ban scientific animal testing. Here are 2 videos of our debates. What is your opinion?
This half term we are learning about the Ancient Greeks. The Ancient Greeks started the Olympic games in 776 BC. Can you become an Olympic mathlete and complete our challenges? We look forward to reading your answers in your homework books. Make them colourful and exciting. Bronze If the first Olympic games began in 776 […]
Today we were identifying, naming, and classifying quadrilaterals. We looked around for different quadrilaterals within school and created a video of them. Can you find any quadrilaterals at home?
This week’s homework states to complete word problems. Complete these in your homework book and show the workings out. Remember to use rucsac method.
Growth Mindset To start the day off we looked at growth mindset in maths. We discovered that mistakes and learning from them creates better paths in our brains. We can all be great mathematician’s? 3D Shapes Next, we recapped our 3D shape knowledge. We made nets and created 3D shapes. Then we investigated their properties. […]
Today we learnt about density of liquid. We learnt what density was? We then used milk, water, oil and honey to experiment with the density of each liquid. Here are some of the pictures. For children who need to upload their competition piece please use this share point .
Today we were learning about acute, obtuse, right and reflex angles. We went onto the golf course and used different angles to pot the balls. Which angle was the most effective?
Today we were exploring the playscript from Macbeth. We used different dramatic conventions like freeze frames. Here are some of our pictures and videos from our performances. What did we have to concentrate on doing whilst performing? What language did we learn today?
This week we have been very busy. English We have been learning the story of Macbeth. Maths In maths we have been adding and subtracting decimals Science Our topic this term is Marvellous Mixtures. We created our own mixtures DT As we are learning about Macbeth and Shakespeare we have learnt all about theatres. Geography […]
Hello Year 5, This half term we will be learning about our local area. Therefore, I am setting some mathematical challenges based on knowledge of our local area. Bronze: How far away from Coventry is Stratford Upon Avon? If I went on a day trip to Stratford, how many miles will I travel that whole day? […]
Common Wealth Games We had a fantastic opportunity to compete in an inter year common wealth games today With Archery, Discus, 100 metre sprint, Rugby and Javelin. It was so much fun. Have a look at our amazing photos and video. Maths We have also been practising our time skills. We created our own clocks […]
Skateboarding – We had a fantastic opportunity to learn how to Skateboard. It was so much fun. Have a look at our amazing photos and video. Be Healthy We looked at what effects poor diet and unhealthy eating would cause. We created our own meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Science We are answering a […]
This half term we have been learning about Salvador Dali. Salvador Dalí made paintings, sculptures and films about the dreams he had. He painted melting clocks and floating eyes, clouds that look like faces and rocks that look like bodies. Sounds weird right? Think about what your paintings would look like if you painted your […]
Complete these with full working outs and examples using bar models to prove. Remember to answer in full too. All work to be completed in your homework books. Bronze Silver Gold
Today we were answering a big question…. is a canal a type of river? We all walked to the Coventry Canal Basin and observed the similarities and differences between rivers and canals. Questions Name 5 features of a canal? Is a canal a river? Why do you think that?
Today your maths homework is to complete all the word problems in your homework book, you can starting at Bronze bronze Silver Gold We want to see all your working out and answers in full sentences in your homework books.
The Sky Blues were back with us for one week only last week – No Room For Racism. They completed a rotation similar to Joy of movement last half term, 1 session will be about Racism in the classroom with Harry and one fitness outside with Dennis. In the classroom we discussed what racism is. […]
Wellbeing provides life-long advantages in health, work, relationships, and creativity. … Wellbeing improves children’s academic performance, behavior, social integration, and satisfaction. Year 5 has had a great well-being day today. Here are some of the activities we have been completing today. Yoga – To move and achieve well-being within. Drama – To understand what peer pressure […]
Fangtastic news! Time to get creative with Young Writers’ latest competition, Bonkers Monsters! Can you create a monster and write a story with them in no more than 100 words? Draw and design your monster on paper and then write a story about them and send it to this link or give them to your teacher. […]
The Sky Blues were back with us for one week only – No Room For Racism. They completed a rotation similar to Joy of movement last half term, 1 session will be about Racism in the classroom with Harry and one fitness outside with Dennis. In the classroom we discussed what racism is. We also […]
Reading challenges – Writing Challenge – Maths Challenge – Work to be completed in your basic skills books within the lesson.
What a fantastic day we have enjoyed today! It was great to see so many children taking the effort to dress up as hobbits, dwarves, elves and wizards! Below is pictures and videos showcasing the wonderful day we’ve had. I hope you enjoy watching it. Also, please post a message telling me what your favourite […]
The last week of term Year 5 have been recapping time. we gave been working on reading clocks to the hour, half hour, quarter to and past and to the nearest 5 minutes. So over half term we want you to practice telling the time. What time do you get up? When do you leave […]
Hello Year 5, This half term’s Maths Challenge links to our Rivers topic. Bronze The River Nile is 4132 miles long – round to the nearest 1000, 100 or 10. Where are the coldest waters in the world? Find the location of the coldest waters around the world and identify the average temperature. Put the […]
This Is Me competition encourages you to write about yourself; you could write about an emotion you feel, be inspired by a word that describes you, share your hopes and dreams, write about something you’re passionate about or celebrate someone in verse. It’s time to write a powerful, exciting poem that lets you express who […]
Today, we practices and performed our very own versions of The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe. We worked really hard and here are the outcomes from our resilience and brilliance. What language did you really like and why? What were the themes within our poems?
This is the homework for this week. Maths – To complete the maths challenge To complete the maths reading challengeComplete the Maths Challenge on the school website (Challenges area.) English – To ensure correct subject and verb agreement when using singular and plural To ensure correct subject and verb agreement when using singular and pluralComplete […]
Wow what a morning. We have completed Yoga, discussed our strengths and weaknesses and the value of resilience and then resolving conflicts with our friends. Have a look at some of our work. Name 3 ways to resolve conflicts and explain why it is important to understand our weaknesses?
Today we were learning about the Victorian push and pull factors. What Does Push Factors Mean? A push factor is a factor that motivates a person to migrate away from their country or region of residence. Push factors are often used with negative things since they often consist of problems, distressing situations, and political or […]