This week we have been doing work connected with Anti-Bullying Week. We have created a large jigsaw with each piece being about each of us: things we like, who we are, etc. We have also been discussing how we could help someone who is being bullied. Next week we will be making our Viking shield […]
We have written out our own Norse myths this week after studying Norse creation stories. Next week we are looking forward to Science experiments on dissolving different substances in liquid. Miss Hughes.
Despite the unfortunate absence of the animals for ‘Zoo Day’ at very short notice, the Year 5 children rose to the occasion and showed off all their work they had done during this topic. There was a lovely display of leaflets, posters, poetry, fact files, maps, banners and powerpoints and the children thoroughly enjoyed sharing […]
This week, as part of our work leading up to Zoo Day, we have been looking at rhyming couplets, as seen in Rudyard Kipling’s “How the Whale got it’s Throat”. We then wrote our own rhyming couplet poems about our zoo day animal. We are really looking forward to making cardboard animals next week with […]
The highlight of the week has been the visit to Kentwell Hall in Long Melford. The children were very well behaved and enjoyed finding out about Life in Tudor times. Next week we will be participating in the iSing Pop work, beginning on Monday. It should be lots of fun!
This week, Year 5 will be starting in a Digital Healthy Schools Programme. This is a great opportunity for children to combine their interest in technology and apps with an interest on their health. Please take the time to look at the pages on the link below to find out more information and how […]
In science we have been looking at parts of a plant including those used for reproduction. We have been learning how to draw and interpret line graphs in Maths and trying to improve our batting and fielding technique in rounders and diamond cricket. After the holiday we will be investigating the lives of the […]
On Wednesday 19th October 2016, Year 5 once again held their very popular Zoo Day. The children in Year 5 were able to celebrate and show the super work they have been doing over the past six weeks to the rest of Key Stage 2. The children really enjoyed talking about their work and sharing […]
What a fabulous day Year 5 had at Kentwell Hall on Friday. As part of our history topic, we visited this wonderful building in the town of Long Melford to experience its annual grand recreation of Tudor life. After exchanging modern money for Tudor currency, the children (who all looked amazing dressed in their Tudor outfits) […]
Today, Year 5 said goodbye to the three teachers at Clacton County High School with whom we have been working over recent weeks. Miss Millard, Mr. Woodward and Miss Morgan have been wonderful with the children, helping them to understand some of the skills they will need at secondary school and developing their understanding of the Year 5 […]