Year 5’s trip to the Black Country Living Museum will take place tomorrow (Wednesday 19th January 2022) Children need to ensure they are in school on time, ideally at 8:30am. The coach will not wait if you are late. We will be returning to school within the school day so home time will remain the […]
Class 5 Red Blog 21-22
If you can dream it, you can do it.
If you can dream it, you can do it.
Key Stage 1/EYFS Class Certificate of Excellence Certificate of Recognition Citizen of the Week Nursery AM Mahid Nursery PM Umer RR Isabelle Zayaan Minsa RW Riya Dyari Shamsa RB Jannat Laith Farhan 1R Waniya Maryum Kayla 1W Shaheer 1B Evie Denisa Noah 2R Safa Rayan Hamaad 2W Safwan Ameena Safa 2B Fatima Yusuf Sandra Key […]
We have been advised that there has been a number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 across Broad Heath Primary School. In line with national guidance we recommend that your child undertakes regular lateral flow tests before to coming into school. If you test negative, you should come to school. If any of your lateral flow […]
Karl Jenkins (1944-present) is a Welsh musician and one of the most performed living composers in the world. His most well-known pieces are Adiemus: Songs of Sanctuary and The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace. Life and MusicKarl Jenkins was born in Penclawdd, Gower, Wales in 1944 and learnt to play the piano from his […]
Hi Year 5, I hope you are well and had a good weekend. I am posting your homework today to give you time to complete your other homework’s. Below are two links to a multiplication game and division game. Please play them as they will help you. Please let me know that you have played […]
Hi, Emma and Rishi. This week we are learning ‘ar’ sound. Make sure that you please read your phonics book ‘Come on, Margo’. Please also watch the video to practise the sound. You can also watch phonics on Broad Heath Media Phonics to help you.
This week we have been look at a new sound ‘out’. We read the book ‘Look out’ and identified the words that had this sound and also saw some nonsense words. Watch the video below and please complete the tasks in your homework by next WEDNESDAY:- TASK 1 – Identify the real words and write […]
This is the homework for this week. Maths – To practice multiplication facts To practice our multiplication facts. Rapid MathsTo complete the challenges on Education City. Remember to come back and tell us how you did. English – To write a character description. To write a character description of a young Sherlock What if Sherlock […]
This week in our phonic sessions, we are focusing on the sounds AY, A-E, Ai, AIGH, A. Firstly we looked at the sounds and talked about the words these sounds would be in. We then went onto read the RWI book, ‘Wailing Winnys car boot sale’ where we read and answered questions from the ‘Get […]
Year 5 Victorian Day 02/02/2022! Year 5 have been studying the Victorians this half term, in both their History and English units. We are holding a Year 5 Victorian Day on Wednesday 2nd February 2022, and would love the children to dress up in Victorian outfits for the day! Attached are some examples of the […]
We have been advised that there has been a small number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 within Broad Heath Primary School. In line with national guidance we recommend that your child undertakes regular lateral flow tests before to coming into school. If you test negative, you should come to school. If any of your […]
The Boot Fund applications are available once again for those who feel they need the support. Please contact the office and arrange to collect the form. We will need the forms back by Monday 24th January 2022.
Today, in English we acted out parts of a detective story in groups of three. We concentrated on using our drama skills and understanding the characters. please take a look and leave a comment. Well done I was very proud of your efforts. Who do you think committed the murder?How can you improve your acting […]
Today, we worked in groups of three to act out parts of a detective story. We made sure that we are making progress these were our progress points. * To empathise with a character. * To understand the sequence of a detective scene * To use expression, range of voices, body language, and movement. Here […]
Year 5 will continue to have PE on a Monday so will need to continue to wear their kit into school on Mondays. Additionally this half term, Year 5 will also need to wear their PE kits in school on a Friday. Year 5 will be taking part in the Joy of Moving programme as […]
Year 5 Homework – Week 1 Please complete and return by Wednesday 12th January. Maths Please log in to Education City. You can record your score by commenting below. English Please follow the handwriting policy below. Handwriting Practice- How many words can you think of with these joins (ee, gh, ll, ra, ay, op, […]
This weeks attendance figure is 95.5% Hope everyone has a lovely weekend!
Hi Year 5, Welcome back. I hope you all had a lovely Christmas break. A new term and new learning. This week in Maths you have started the unit about Multiplications and Division. You started the unit learning how to multiply a two digit number by a one digit number. You then continued your learning […]
Hello all, I hope that you are all ready, and looking forward to Choir resuming this coming Monday the 10th of January. Choir finishes at 3.55pm. See you soon. Mr Russell.
Parents and children, PLEASE can you remember which days you do PE and come to school in your kit. This also maens they wear pumps and not boots! This does NOT change throughout the year. Some families are entitled to support if your are struggling so please contact the pastoral team. The school calendar will […]
The following students have been selected for the Thursday Year 5 After School Multi Sports Club that will start from Thursday 13th January and will run for 5 weeks. Can all the students named on the blog reply by filling in the form from this link; 5 White 5 Blue 5 Red Aaminah Naimol Taha […]
Hello Year 5, here are your spellings for this half term. Please practise these on a daily basis for your spelling test on a Friday. MONKEYS Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Revision Plurals (adding –s, -es, -ies) Use of the hyphen Suffixes Review Review lead tomatoes ice-cream misunderstood […]
Hi Rishi and Emma, We have been learning the ‘igh’ (trigraph) sound this week. Please listen and practise. Read your phonics book too to practise this. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm/articles/zkhvhbk
(Vey-ber) Carl Maria von Weber wrote his Clarinet Concerto No. 1 in F minor, Op. 73 for the clarinettist Heinrich Bärmann in 1811. The piece is highly regarded in the instrument’s repertoire. It is written for clarinet in B♭. The work consists of three movements in the form of fast, slow, fast. This is Concerto’s […]
Lesson 1: To use investigating skills to solve a mystery. Key Vocabulary The crime! PowerPoint – Murder Mystery Story (1) – PowerPoint – 16 December 2021 (loom.com) Suspects Today you are a detective. Watch and read the suspects statements below. Make notes on the questions provided so you uncover the true murderer!Bricks for the […]
To vote, you will need to make a purchase within store of any value. You will receive one token per transaction and it’s not necessary to purchase a carrier bag in order to receive a token. In the highly unlikely event that voting is suspended in certain locations due to government guidelines, we will notify you […]
2022 has arrived. The last few years have perhaps been the most demanding professionally for many teachers, never quite knowing what will happen. We have though, been resilient and ensured children have gained and tried to ensure we have fun. We hope this continues in 2022. Thank you parents and children for all your support. […]