Superb DT day today making Iron Age roundhouses and Stone Age axes
Circus Skills Workshop
Crazy Hat Cheer-athon!
Crazy Hair Day 2019!
Internet safety games
Summer term fun in 5SM
We are looking forward to a fantastic summer term in 5SM.
Our PE sessions begin on a Tuesday and Wednesday and will then change to a Monday and Tuesday once we have finished our gymnastics sessions. Our topic changes to 'Where We Began' where we will look at the Stone Age through to the Iron Age. During our computing sessions we will learn to become bloggers and in science we will learn about reversible and irreversible changes, continuing our work on materials. Our next two values are Empathy and Courage to end the school year. Children will be working hard to earn pebbles for these, as well as our previous values.
Homework and spellings will continue to be sent home on a Wednesday and will be expected back in the following Monday. We also encourage the children to read as often as possible and appreciate your support with this.
Our science investigation in to air resistance!
We thoroughly enjoyed our session with the author Sean Callery, who has inspired us to create a class information book.
5SM enjoying investigating gravity. We are trying to find out if all objects fall at the same rate.
Some of our fantastic writing describing the setting in our new book, Tuesday.
Finding new ways to help us divide in maths
Enjoying Chinese food tasting as part of our 'World's Kitchen' topic.
We have had a fantastic first term of 2019 in 5SM. We are currently enjoying reading Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, before our exciting trip later in the year.
We have also just started a block of gymnastics sessions in PE which we are all really excited about. During our maths sessions this term we have developed our understanding of fractions and multiplication and in English we have focused on the book, Cloud Tea Monkeys, which formed the basis of our new hall display, inspired by the artist, Ted Harrison.
To link in to our topic, World's Kitchen, we have also spent time finding out about other countries and using this information to form non-chronological reports.