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Welcome to Year 5

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We have rescued Princess Peach and are busy deciding what we would like to do as our reward. Well done year 5.
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Our class target - to enable Mario to ascend the rainbow road -  is to come in quietly and settle quickly, ready to learn.
We have designed our sweets and are ready to challenge ourselves to reach our individual targets to reach the golden jar!

Our Class Vision

We promise to do our best every day and challenge ourselves

Homework Rota

Area Handed Out Due In

Spellings

Matheletics

Monday

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Topic Tuesday Tuesday
Maths Wednesday  Friday
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Reading Comprehension  Friday  Wednesday 

 

Children should be reading a book of their choice every night

Topical science update - it's beginning to look a lot like Mars!

Lots of great links to various Mars information sites. Watch out for the incorrect use of the apostrophe though!!

Year 5 have won the attendance class of the week for the third week running and Bobby Bear has come to join us again. Check out his fabulous Santa suit!
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Congratulations to Year 5 whose attendance exceeded all other year groups and enabled us to have Bobby Bear for the week.
Bobby Bear came home with Mrs Gillespie for the weekend. He enjoyed a spa treatment, a stitch or two and also some 'down time'!
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We have been writing non chronological reports in English. Here are some we wrote, in pairs, on every day classroom objects. We had a great time adding to our knowledge, using the i-pads to help us.
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Our topic homework is amazing! 
Year 5 enjoyed designing their Rangoli patterns as part of our Diwali celebrations. Hamza's design was chosen to be enlarged onto paper and chalked for the playground.
Gymnastics - handstands and cartwheels (photographed by GM and MH - my photographic assistants).
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We had a great time during our science morning. Thanks to all the parents who came to investigate drops of water on a penny!
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We made Egyptian Honey Balls

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Our trip to Leeds City Museum

Can you work out what letters we are trying to make?
Our balances are definitely improving.
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Spelling help

 

Children will be given three of these words each week to learn but if you would like to learn more then please feel free to do so!

Year 5 made Egyptian collars in Design & Technology

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Place Value

We've kick started the year off by understanding the place value of different numbers. We used 'Base 10' to help us.

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Look at our interesting balances.

Year 5 have been working really hard during their first week.

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Parent Information Presentation 2018

Living Things

In Science, children have carefully examined a flower to identify the main parts and understand some of its functions.

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Comparing Plant Life Cycles

We've been comparing flowering plants to non-flowering plants. We know flowering plants have seeds and non-flowering plants have spores.

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Egyptian Daily Life

Year 5 have started to use different sources of information to find out about daily life in Ancient Egypt. We already know how important the River Nile was to them and that not many Egyptian were able to read or write.

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How to mummify fruit

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Pyramids

We've looked in lots of different non-fiction books this week learning all about how and why pyramids were built.

 

Did you know it took over 20 years to build the pyramids at Giza?

Did you know between 20,000 - 30,000 men helped to pyramids at Giza?

Did you know the largest pyramid was over 450 ft high?

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Numbers to 1,000,000

Year 5 are now able to recognise numbers up to 1,000,000 and played games  to try and catch the partner out!

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Spanish directions

Children have learnt a song focusing on directions in Spanish. They re-arranged words into sentences using both directions and high street places.

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