Year 5 Home Learning Celebration 22.01.2122-01-2021 | 10:02:54 | No Comments

We have been blown away by the amount of amazing work this week! Well done Year 5. Here are a few fantastic examples:

Year 5 Home Learning Celebration 15.01.2115-01-2021 | 13:56:01 | No Comments

This week, we have chosen the following two pieces of home learning as our ‘WOW Work’.

Well done!

Forest School New Year Fun04-01-2021 | 15:40:04 | No Comments

Year 5 started their Forest School adventures with a winter scavenger hunt. As well as a lot of mud they made some interesting finds which included; a rotten corn on the cob, parsnips, a piece of felt, ice and poo! This naturally promted some fascinating discussions. A super afternoon in the wintry outdoors.

Christmas Fun in Year 518-12-2020 | 14:50:24 | No Comments

Year 5 have enjoyed some Christmas fun over the past few days. They have taken part in various activities including; Pin the nose on Rudolph, enjoying a Christmas movie, creating Christmas crafts and completing ‘The big Christmas quiz’. Well done to the winners of the quiz, some of the questions were really tricky!

We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, from all of Year 5, Miss Dimmock and Miss Turner. Enjoy the Christmas break!

What were the main events from the Victorian era?14-12-2020 | 15:44:28 | No Comments

To conclude our topic for this term ‘What did the Victorians do for us?’ this afternoon we completed a timeline of all of the significant events from this time period and put them into chronological order. We have learned a wide range of facts about the Victorians and reflected back on how this time period influenced the lives we have today. Well done Year 5!

Crime and Punishment: Then vs Now09-12-2020 | 08:40:46 | No Comments

Year 5 have been exploring the differences between the Victorian era and nowadays. Yesterday, we spent some time looking at how crime and punishment had changed – there are still lots of similarities!

PC Farrar (Henry’s Dad) very kindly offered to come and talk to the children about his role and how this has changed over the years. The children then took part in some ‘Victorian punishments’ – I think we all decided that it wasn’t very enjoyable!

Pulleys, Levers and Gears #WerringtonSTEM08-12-2020 | 09:25:41 | No Comments

Year 5 have had a wonderful afternoon of Science, exploring pulleys, levers and gears and exploring the machines around us that make our life easier. We were also lucky enough to use a wonderful box of resources supplied by Keele University – well done on a successful exploration afternoon Year 5!

An afternoon of The Arts04-12-2020 | 07:18:30 | No Comments

Yesterday, Year 5 revealed their creative side during their Art and Music sessions – the children used texture and colour to create some amazing artwork and have can now play a lovely tune on the glockenspiel. Well done Year 5!

How do different materials impact Air Resistance? #WerringtonSTEM24-11-2020 | 15:12:49 | No Comments

Today, Year 5 have created and tested their own parachutes. They had to think about the materials used and how they would compare in a test. Each parachute was timed and tested – well done to everyone for making a successful parachute and accurately measuring the force of air resistance on each.

How do we calculate the inverse operation?20-11-2020 | 15:12:27 | No Comments

This week Year 5 have been learning about the importance of inverse operations to check the accuracy of their addition and subtraction calculations. They worked in groups to discuss strategies they could use and explored visual representations including part-whole models, bar models and fact families. Well done Year 5!

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