FRIDAY ROUND UP - FRIDAY 16TH JULY 21
This week we did some research on Buddhism and used the information and worked in pairs to produce Information Posters.
'I liked learning about Buddhism because the founder, Siddharta Guatama gave up his life as a prince to find Enlightenment.' Keir
'I enjoyed learning about the Buddhist festival especially Wesak (Buddha's birthday).' Victoria.
'During Wesak Buddhists try to be especially good during this time and donate to charities and help their local communities. Also they do not eat any meat during this special week' Joshua/Keir.
'I found out that Buddhist temples are built representing the four elements (earth, fire, air, water) and the pinnacle at the top of the temple represents wisdom.' Siji.
'Buddhists follow the Eightfold Path - a set of guidelines - that they follow believing it will help live a good life.' Kayla.
'Finally on Wednesday we had SPORTS DAY😁😁😁😁😊😊
'I enjoyed Sports Day because we were able to have one this year. I liked the running race and the Parents' Race.' Oreofe
'I really enjoyed Sports Day because I did a lot better than I thought I would and I enjoyed cheering for my friends.' Sophie.
'I really enjoyed the Cone Head Race (the cone was placed upside down on our heads) because it was funny but challenging.' Kacper.
'I enjoyed taking part in the Under and Over Race and the Cone Head Race because it was very funny although my team kept dropping the ball and it was hard trying to keep the cone on my head but it was still fun.' Leyo
This is our last week as Year 5's😢😢😢😢😂😂. We have had a strange but fun year. We have worked hard to improve our skills and knowledge in Maths, English, Science and topic.
We all hope that by next term all things will return to normal.✨✨✨✨
Friday Round Up - Friday 2nd July 21
Year 5 have completed their final round of assessments😁😁😁😁
We carried out an investigation in our Science topic - Properties and Changes of Materials - we were finding out what materials would dissolve in water to form a solution.
'I found out that sugar can dissolve much quicker in warm water than cold water to form a solution.' Zack
'I found out that yeast changes its state and becomes thicker in cold water.' Jessica
'I really enjoyed the science experiment because I learnt about the different materials used. For example I did not know what yeast was and how it would react.' Bradley.
Next week is SPORTS DAY!!!!!!!😊😊
Friday Round Up - Friday 25th June 2021
We have almost completed our topic - CRIME AND PUNISHMENT. We have been comparing the crimes and types of punishments committed and given out throughout the ages (Romans, Anglo Saxons, Tudors & Victorians). We have also enjoyed discussing what could happen if these types of crimes were committed in the 21st century. Some of them are no longer classed as crimes eg., accused of being a witch!
We have also had fun taking part in a taster session in preparation for Sports Day.
WE ARE SO EXCITED!!!!
We continue to enjoy creative writing as part of our homework.
'I enjoyed having to use a picture to help me with my creative writing.' Iremide
' I enjoyed writing a story based on a picture because it helps me to use my imagination more.' Sophie
We look forward to starting our new science topic next week.
FRDAY ROUND UP - Friday 18th June 21
We have had lots of fun finding out interesting facts about CRIME AND PUNISHMENT through the ages (Romans, Anglo Saxons, Tudors and Victorians).
'I liked carrying out a research about the Tudors, the crimes committed and the types of punishments given'. Curtis.
'During the Anglo Saxon times, if you were caught stealing you would have your hand/fingers chopped off.' Jayden.
'In the Tudor times if you were caught gossiping, you would have to wear a Scold's Bridle. (A metal cage worn over the head and face with a piece that fitted into your mouth to stop you from talking!) Ellie Jo.
'In the Roman times, if you stole gold coins (offerings) from a temple, hot liquid metal would be poured down your throat or you would be asked to pay three times of the amount stolen back. If you could not pay it back you would be pushed off a cliff!' Romani & Desirae.
'In Victorian prisons, prisoners would be forced to turn a crank for at least 10 000 times a day or run for hours on a circular treadmill.' Kacper.
We are continuing to work on improving our creative writing using different types of pictures for inspiration.
FRIDAY ROUND UP - Friday 11th June 21
Welcome back everyone. I am glad you all had a good half term.
This week Year 5 have continued to improve their knowledge and skills in Maths and English.
I want to say a big thank you to Year 5 for all the birthday wishes and presents I received today.😄✨
Next week we start a new topic - CRIME AND PUNISHMENT THROUGH THE AGES!!
FRIDAY ROUND UP - Friday 28th May 21
This week we have been working hard on improving our reasoning skills in maths.
During our RHED session we discussed Universal Human Rights including conflicting rights.
'I really like our RHED session this week because we were able to talk about conflicting rights in lots of areas. We also had the opportunity to express our own conflicting opinions.' Nithilan
'I enjoyed listening to the different opinion of others.' Sophie
We took part in paired creative writing with Year 6. (We had to write a short story based on a picture).
'I enjoyed paired writing because I got to use words I don't normally use in my writing'. Jayden
'I enjoyed the paired writing because I was able to write with someone else and not just on my own.' Zack
'I enjoyed the peer support and introduction of new words.' Jessica
'I enjoyed the paired writing because it was fun to work with someone who is not my class.' Idman.
'I liked the paired writing because I got to share my ideas with someone else who is in a different year group.' Kayla
We are looking forward to half term and continuing our learning in Summer 2.😄
FRIDAY ROUND UP - Friday 21st May 21
This week we learnt about IDLING. This is when drivers leave their car engines on and are not moving. The fumes from cars produce bad gases which creates POLLUTION. This is not good for any of us. We designed our own posters about IDLING to hopefully help inform people about the effect it has on us all.
Pollution comes from factories, heating our homes, tubes and trains but the worst pollution comes from CAR FUMES.
'I really liked learning about IDLING because I found out that to help reduce pollution, people should walk or cycle rather than use their cars.' Segun.
'I didn't know that trains and tubes could cause pollution because the air especially in tube stations has nowhere to go and so people are breathing in dust particles from the tube.' Halimat
We are continuing to develop our skills in extended writing.
In science we have learnt and discussed the changes all humans go through and compared the different stages.
PICTURES OF IDLING POSTERS TO FOLLOW SOON
Friday Round Up - Friday 14th May 21
It has been a very busy week this week. Results are not in yet!🤦♀️😊
Our Battle of Hasting Dance is now complete.
Video to follow soon😁
Next it's all about SCIENCE!!!!! Watch this space!😊
Friday Round Up - Friday 30th April 21
Another week has flown by! We are continuing to learn, improve and embed our knowledge in Maths and English.
In maths during our topic on Shape and Space we found out that 'The shape of a Pringle is called a hyperbolic paraboloid.'
This week we did Dance in PE. It was related to our topic on the Vikings.
'I enjoyed doing dance in PE because learnt how to sequence different movements.' Iremide
'I enjoyed creating different movements to represent the four elements'. Barack
Year 5 enjoyed writing recounts based on a film clip called 'The Piano'.
WELCOME BACK TO SUMMER TERM 1
Friday Round up - 23rd April 2021
This week has flown by so quickly, we cannot believe it's Friday already!
In maths we have been improving and embedding our knowledge of 3d shapes.
We have enjoyed discussing and comparing different shapes based on edges, vertices, faces etc.
'I enjoyed cutting out nets to make up different shapes.' Segun
'I enjoyed making 3d shapes using Polygon.' Aiden
We have also started a new history topic - The Vikings!
'I have enjoyed finding out facts about the Vikings' Jessica
'I enjoyed finding out the similarities and differences between the Anglo Saxons and the Vikings.' Oreofe
In PE we are learning how to play rounders and improve our throwing and catching skills.
'We had lots of fun playing rounders.' Kayla & Bradley
I enjoyed the game because I realise you have to throw and catch the ball well and run fast as you can to get to the next post.' Olti
'I like trying to hit the ball as far as you can with a rounders bat.' Victoria
FRIDAY ROUND UP - 26th March 2021
Another good week in Year 5. We are continuing to work on and improve our inference skills in reading. We are using embedded learning to recap prior and current knowledge, especially in maths.
We have enjoyed designing our own pirate flag and writing pirate poems. We are making lots of good progress in our creative writing.
During our Rights Respecting talk and School of Sanctuary topic we have been really thinking about the effects of war and being a refugee.
"I enjoyed discussing this topic because it made me think about some of the things refugee children have to go through. Victoria
"I am proud of our school being a School of Sanctuary (SoS) because we welcome children from any country". Iremide
Next week we are looking forward to composing and performing our own sea shanty!🤗
FRIDAY ROUND UP - Friday 19th March 21
We have had a fun week this week. We have now started our topic on Pirates. We found out that pirates used to eat dried fish, octopus, dried crabs and turtles!
'The skull and crossbones flag is called The Jolly Roger, this flag belonged to a pirate called Calico Jack.' Desirae.
'Before fighting Blackbeard would put cords under his hat and set them alight to frighten his enemies.' Jayden.
'Blackbeard's ship was called Queen Anne's Revenge. It was stolen from french pirates.' Keir
Year 5 are working/developing their use of persuasive language (they are writing letters to their teacher trying to persuade her to become a pirate!).
This week we assessed ourselves in PE and recorded the results. Hopefully by the end of term we will have improved (fingers crossed).
Friday Round Up - 12th March 21
This is our first week back at school. We are all happy to be back.
"I am very glad to be back at school because staying at home is really boring and I missed my friends." Joshua
"I am excited to be back at school because I get to see people I have not seen for a long time." Halimat
"I prefer to do work at school than doing online work because I miss working and playing with my friends". Idman
"I'm glad to be back at school because I think it's easier to do the work in school rather than having press a lot buttons to do the work". Leyo
We have been working on recognising place value of decimals and converting decimals into fractions.
We have also been improving our writing skills by writing a short descriptive piece based on a picture.
"I enjoyed doing descriptive writing because I got to use my imagination and improve my use of personification." Iremide
"I enjoyed the descriptive writing because I got to learn new interesting words." Victoria.
We had lots of fun in PE. We worked really hard on our fitness.
Year 5 have done research on pirates in preparation for next week.
Place value of decimals
Thursday 4th March 2021
Today is WORLD BOOK DAY 2021
Please have a look at the hats that the children have made.
From Monday 22nd February 2021 we will be using GOOGLE CLASSROOMS.
All daily work will be posted there and no longer on the Year 5 class page.
You will have received an email to explain what you have to do, with a code to access the Year 5 classroom.
If you have any questions you can email:
Friday 12th February 2021
Half term has officially arrived. Well done to all the children who have emailed in or completed their work at school over the past 6 weeks.
Hi 5 to Joshua, Ellie Jo, Iremide, Victoria, Oreofe, Segun and Idman for getting 100% in their spellings this week.
I hope you all have a good half term.
Look after yourselves and stay safe.
Welcome to Week 6 of Remote Learning.
Well done to the 25 children who emailed in or completed their work at school.
A big thumbs up to Segun, Oreofe, Bradley, Olti, Aiden, Joshua, Ellie Jo, Heaven and Keir for getting 100% in their spellings last week.
Remember you can access all learning under the Remote Learning section.
Just as if you were in school start with MATHS then ENGLISH and finally TOPIC.
Tuesday 9th February 21 is Safer Internet Day. There are some activities for you to have a go at.
Another reminder: you only need to complete the work set for the current day. Make sure you watch and listen carefully to the teaching videos and do not rush through your work.
Stay safe everyone.
Hello All, welcome to Week 5 of Remote Learning. I hope that you are all safe and well.
Remember you can access all learning under the REMOTE LEARNING section.
Start with MATHS, then ENGLISH and finally TOPIC.
Make sure you label your work and write your name clearly.
Check through your work, any corrections should be written clearly.
Email in your spelling results on Friday.
You only need to complete the work set for the current day, make sure you watch and listen carefully to the teaching videos.
Friday 29th January 2021 - Week 4
Well done to the 21 children who have emailed in their work or have been completing their work in school.
Those of you who emailed in your Embedded Learning were correct, it was so good to see that you have all remembered the work we did way back in the Autumn Term.
High fives go out to Bradley, Sophie, Ethan, Joshua, Heaven, and Halimat - you all got 100% in your spellings this week.
Welcome to Week 5 of Remote Learning. Can you believe that it is nearly the end of January already!!!
I hope you all continue to stay safe and well.
You access all lessons under the REMOTE LEARNING ICON below. Try to complete the work on the day it is set.
You can email in your work to:
Click on the link below and check out resources while school is closed.
Friday 22nd January 2021 - Week 3
A massive well done to the 21 children who have either emailed in their work or have been completing their work in school.
A big high five to the children who emailed in their spelling results, some of you (once again) were so close. Remember to keep practicing and you will become successful.
Well done to Barack, Sophie, Oreofe, Ethan, Joshua, Curtis and Leyo for getting 100% in their spellings this week.
**REMOTE LEARNING WEEK 3**
Hello Year 5. Welcome to Week 3.
This week I have set specific work for each day (Monday - Thursday) so you will know exactly what work needs to be completed on each day. Friday is for spellings and embedded learning. Where appropriate, work will be labelled WHITE, RED, BLUE just like in school so that you can work at the correct level. The majority will start at Red and move on to Blue however if you you need to start at White, then do so and continue on until you have completed Blue work.
Please remember to write your name and label your work clearly when emailing in.
Check through your answers carefully.
When correcting any mistakes, please cross them out and write the answer clearly.
Spellings need to be done on Friday - email in a photo with your results.
Use a ruler for underlining - although work is being done at home, presentation of work is still important (you don't want to get into any bad habits).
Try to complete the work on the day it is set. Email your work or photos to:
** REMOTE LEARNING WEEK 2 **
Friday 15th January 2021
Another week over already Year 5. This week I have received work from 20 of you including 3 children from school, (that's 3 more than last week). So a big WELL DONE to you all. Some of you sent in one or two pieces while others sent in quite a few which shows your determination and resilience to continue on with your learning. Things are different at the moment so it is VERY important that ALL of you access the remote learning.
Thank you to the 4 children who sent in their results for their spellings. Well done to Joshua and Ellie Jo for getting 100%. The other two children were so close.
REMEMBER, REMEMBER, REMEMBER
All of you look after each other and stay safe.
Hello Year 5 a great start to Week 1. Once again I want to say well done to all those children who emailed their work in last week.
All lessons are in the REMOTE LEARNING section. Make sure any work you email in has a heading and answers are written clearly. You can email in at:-
** REMOTE LEARNING WEEK 1 **
Friday 8th January 2021
An additional well done to Siji, Victoria, Iremide and Lily who have also emailed work in this week. Altogether that is 17 of you so far. I hope there will be more of you next week.
Well done to Sophie, Lily and Ellie Jo for having a go at the squat challenge and well done again to Sophie and Joshua for having a go at the bean bag challenge. I managed to get 167 in the bean bag challenge! It's all about speed and hand/eye co ordination.
Your spellings are in REMOTE LEARNING. Make sure you learn them and get an adult to test you on Friday not before. You can then email in a picture of your spellings and the result.
I will not upload the results but will let you know who got 99% or 100%. Just like in school I will keep a record and will upload virtual certificates to the champion spellers.
Some of you did really well last term, see if you can increase your efforts and get 100%. Good luck everyone.
Thursday 7th January 2021
Well done to Sophie, Aiden, Jayden, Nithilan, Nayanthan, Barack, Bradley, Segun, Oreofe, Joshua, Curtis, Ellie Jo and Ethan who have all emailed in work so far this week.
Has anyone had a go at the Bean Bag Challenge or the 60 Second Squat Jumps? What level did you get up to? (Bronze, Silver or Gold) Email in and let me know.
Monday 4th January 2021
Happy Monday everyone. I hope you are all well. I need to congratulate Sophie and Aiden (virtual high fives) for being the first two in the class to send in some work. I am sooooo impressed. .
Please send your photos and completed work to our new class email.
I can't wait to see more work from the rest of you..
Click on the Lockdown Week icon to see examples of work that have been sent in.
HAPPY NEW YEAR YEAR 5 !!!!! unfortunately due to the current situation, we will not being seeing each other for a little while. Please check out the Oak Academy lessons in the REMOTE LEARNING section. They are based on lessons we have already covered or would be covering.
Make sure you send any completed work or photos to our new Year 5 email address:
Remember to look after yourselves and you and your families all stay safe.
THANK YOU TO ALL THE PARENTS AND CARERS OF YEAR 5.
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A SAFE AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ALL IN JANUARY 2021.
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Friday 11th December 2020
We have had a good week this week. During embedded learning we have been working on symmetry. We also worked on reasoning and problem solving using fractions.
We had a great class discussion on CONFLICTS during our RHED education.
"I enjoyed learning about CONFLICT and what it actually means." Sophie.
"I enjoyed learning about CONFLICTS and how to settle arguments." Segun.
We planned and carried out a science investigation - Does the weight of an object effect how fast it falls?
" I enjoyed doing the science investigation because I was able to use a stop watch to time how fast an object fell to the ground." Iremide.
"I enjoyed the investigation because I was able to see effects of gravity on objects." Leyo.
"We found out that most of the heavier objects fell faster than the lighter objects." Victoria.
All the groups had a good discussion about why some of the lighter objects fell more quickly than the heavier objects.
On Wednesday we celebrated Christmas. It was very different this year but we ALL had a GREAT time!!!! We wore our Christmas jumpers and each class recorded two verses from "Twas the night before Christmas" for our parents.
"I enjoyed watching a pantomime called Jack and the Beanstalk while eating popcorn!" Siji.
"I liked when we all eating out Christmas lunch." Lily.
" I liked watching the pantomime because it was fun!" Nayathan
SILVER AND GOLD ACHIEVEMENTS IN MASTER OF TABLES
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Friday 4th December 2020
This week we have continued our work on fractions including worded problems.
We have adapted the story of the Three Little Pigs and have written our own versions in first person.
"I found writing in first person easy because I had to become the main character and think about I can see, hear and do." Desirae.
"When I was writing my story I tried to improve my use of descriptive language." Sophie.
"I found writing in first person quite imaginative because I was able to write what the character saw and felt." Kacper.
We have started group research on world rivers. We are going to do a group presentation.
"I found out that when the Romans invaded they called the River Thames TAMSIS." Halimat.
"I found out that the Yangtze River in China is the third longest river in the world. It is 3917 miles long." Romani.
We have started a new science topic - FORCES
" I learnt that a force can be a push, pull or twist." Olti.
"Friction is an invisible force that can slow things down, speed things up or make them change direction." Leyo.
Greater Depth Students in maths feeling very proud of the work they have been doing. Keep it up!!!!!
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Friday 27th November 2020
We have been learning how to add and subtract fractions with the same denominator as well as converting mixed fractions into improper fractions and vice versa.
"When I first saw the work, I thought it was going to be quite hard but once I was taught the method, I found it quite easy to understand." Heaven
"I needed to know my times tables to be able to convert fractions". Victoria
During our topic on RIVERS, we labelled some of the important parts of a river and discussed the importance of water and how rivers are used.
"Over the centuries people have settled near rivers so that they can have water to grow crops." Leyo
"Water is important to ALL animals as well as humans." Keir
"People use water to cool down machines in factories." Kacper
"We also learnt about water pollution and how it can make animals and humans sick." Olti
"We also learnt how rivers around the world are used to transport different types of cargo." Desirae
We have written our own version of Snow White using adverbials of time.
We are continuing to improve our fitness levels in PE. This week we did relay races and used batons.
"I enjoyed sprinting using a baton. I got better and better at the change over (baton)." Romani.
"This was the first time that I used a baton when sprinting. I really enjoyed it". Iremide.
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Friday 20th November 2020
We have had a busy week this week. In maths we have been working on ANGLES. We have learnt how to estimate, label, measure and draw different angles. We also learnt how to find missing angles.
We have completed our John Constable inspired paintings.
"I enjoyed using water colours to paint my landscape." Romani.
We started out new topic on RIVERS. We have learnt where rivers start and how they are formed.
"I now know that the mouth of a river means where the river meets the sea or ocean". Olti.
"I enjoyed using the Atlas to find out the names of UK rivers and what seas and oceans they eventually flow into". Oreofe.
"I know that the SOURCE means the start of a river". Ethan
We have also learnt about the Water Cycle as part of our topic on Rivers.
"I now know that when the sun warms up seas or ocean water droplets turn into a gas called WATER VAPOUR, this is called EVAPORATION" Ellie-Jo.
"I know the process of rain, snow, sleet and hail is called PRECIPITATION." Aiden.
FRIDAY 13th unlucky for some but not YEAR 5!!!!
This week is ASSESSMENT WEEK and Year 5 have been busy doing lots of tests.
"The Reasoning Test was not straightforward, we had to use different maths skills to answer the questions." Barack.
""For the Reasoning Test we had to do lots of different calculations because some of the questions were multi step." Desirae.
"I found some of the questions challenging because I needed to use my inference skills." Bradley.
"I found out lots of interesting facts about the International Space Station and the cost of going to space for a holiday - £14 million!!!!!". Heaven.
PARENTS AND CARERS WHAT WOULD YOU SPEND £14 MILLION ON?
This week we have learnt about John Constable - he was a landscape artist from the 1700's. Year 5 have painted their own landscapes in the style of John Constable.
"I enjoyed painting my landscape using water colours." Kayla.
"I really enjoyed doing my landscape because I learnt a new technique, how to do a wash." Nithilan.
"I loved painting a picture of Thamsemead from a photograph because I had to really focus on the details." Sophie.
In the final part of our science topic we have learnt about why we have day and night and the different phases of the moon.
Next week Year 5 are looking forward to starting a new topic on RIVERS
**************WELCOME YEAR 5 TO AUTUMN TERM 2**************************
It's great to see you all back again. I hope you had a good half term.
This week we have started a new topic in science - EARTH AND SPACE.
We found out that a Greek philosopher called ARISTOTLE proved the world is round. Many people believe that it is the sun that orbits the planets but we know that it is the planets that orbit the sun!
In computing we researched information on our chosen planet.
"I found out that the dwarf planet Pluto takes 248 years to orbit the sun!" Jayden.
"I found out that Earth is a rocky planet" Lily.
"It takes Mars 687 days to orbit the sun, that's almost 2 Earth years." Keir.
We are still enjoying working on our ERIC comprehensions. "I enjoy the ERIC comprehensions because I get to practice and improve my inference skills." Iremide.
"I enjoy doing ERIC comprehensions because it means I can improve my reading skills and understanding how to answer questions correctly." Sophie
In maths we have been working on converting measures. One group challenged themselves with a trying to answer a 3/4 step problem.
"It was not as easy as I thought because there were lots of small steps involved before I got to the answer." Zack
"I enjoyed doing it because I got to do some new calculations (long multiplication) to help solve the problem." Victoria.
We are learning and embedding old and new skills.
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This week we have been working on synonyms (these are words that have similar meanings).
Here is an example:
SMALL = tiny, minute, microscopic, miniature.
In maths we have been improving our skills and knowledge on TIME through problem solving. We are continuing to work on our reading skills through E.R.I.C (Explain, Retrieve, Interpret, Choice)
October is BLACK HISTORY MONTH. We have been learning about Black British History from AD 43 up to 2020!!!!!!
"I have enjoyed learning about Black History because some people think Black History started with the slave trade and it didn't." Keir
"I enjoyed learning about Black History because I did not know that some Black people were invited to help the British learn different languages in order to trade. This was before the Slave Trade started." Desirae
We also learnt about Walter Tull - he was the second Black British footballer to play profession football (Tottenham Hotspurs 1909) and the first Black British officer to lead white soldiers to war.
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This week we have completed our fact files about Sutton Hoo. We having really enjoyed learning about the Anglo Saxons and the importance of Sutton Hoo.
During our SPAG lessons we were working on word meanings: some were Roman, some were Anglo Saxon and some were Vikings which tied in with our history topic.
We have been working on solving worded problems in maths to showcase our 4 basic operation skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division)
We have also been working on improving our reading skills especially in comprehension. One of the skills we are all trying HARD to embed is INFERENCE!!!!!! (also known as reading between the lines).
On Thursday we were treated to a very interesting and informative session on SOCIAL MEDIA AND STAYING SAFE ON LINE.
FRIDAY ROUND UP 9.10.20
HAPPY YELLOW DAY!!!!!!!
Today we have all worn yellow clothes to celebrate Happy Yellow Day. We had a class discussion on Wellbeing and how important it is to make sure that WE are all OK, our family and friends are OK the small steps we can all do to help make things a little bit better.
MUMS and DADS remember it is really important that YOU take some time out for yourselves and make sure YOU are OK too.
FIVE WAYS TO WELLBEING
1. CONNECT - with people around you. Family, friends, colleagues and neighbours.
2. KEEP LEARNING - try something new. Learn to play an instrument or how to cook your favourite food. Set a challenge you enjoy achieving.
3. BE ACTIVE - go for a walk, run or cycle.
4. TAKE NOTICE - take note of the changing seasons etc.
5. GIVE - do something nice for a friend. Thank someone. SMILE.
We have enjoyed learning even more facts about the Anglo Saxons and the Celts.
Did you know that the Celts used to wear brightly coloured clothes? They used plants and berries to dye the cloth into different colours. They also built round houses preferably on top of hills so it was easier for them to see their enemies as well as protect themselves from wild animals.
If you want to find out more about the Anglo Saxons and the Celts, check out the link below.
YEAR 5 WARMING UP FOR PE
WRITING ABOUT VOLCANOES - THE GOOD AND THE BAD!!
WELCOME TO YEAR 5
AND A BRAND NEW TERM
We look forward to sharing, discussing, practising and working with you all over the coming year.
Some of the topics we will be covering this term are:
Science - Earth, Sun & Moon
Maths - Place value, Number, Addition & Subtraction, Multiplication & Division
History - The Anglo Saxons.
Wednesday is our PE day so please make sure your PE kits are in school.
Remember to log onto Mathletics and Readings Eggs for additional practise.
Year 5 team