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Reception Open Days Sessions Thursday 11th October 2018 9:30-10:30am and Thursday 22nd November 2018 9:30am-10:30am.

Year 5

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2018/2019
2017/2018

Aladdin Theatre Visit and Showscase - June/July 2018

 

On June 21st our Year 5 students went to London to watch Aladdin at the Prince Edward Theatre. Then worked for several weeks to create their own show case to perform for parents and students.

 

"On June 21st, Year 5 were fortunate enough to travel to London to see Aladdin at the beautiful Prince Edward Theatre. Later that week, Year 5 decided to make a show based on the trip. In literacy we created reviews about the show. In the PE Curriculum we created dances to show in our showcase. In DT we used our textile skills to create magic carpets that we used as props. Year 5 worked solidly for nearly 3 weeks. Well done Year 5".

 

"On June 21st, Year 5 went to London to see Aladdin, an award winning Disney show. Based on this Year 5 used our design and technology skills to create magic carpets. Year 5 also used their writing skills to create reviews".

 

Kelsie and Tom

Aladdin Showcase - July 2018

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Adventure Island - July 2018

 

A big well done to the Year 5 and Year 6 drama group who performed an excellent rendition of Treasure Island on the 13th July. It was lovely to see them supporting one another so thoughtfully.

 

Some of the Year 5 audience congratulated them on their clear delivery of lines.

 

Congratulations to all involved.

 

Viking Day - March 2018

 

In March, Year 5 had a Viking visitor and became vikings for the day. We learnt how to build a shield wall and marched into battle. We voyaged across the seas from Scandinavia to the lands of England and raided the monasteries steeling the silver and gold and kidnapping the monks to keep as our slaves.

 

Ms Minter and Mrs Everett were dressed as Viking ladies. To finish the day we explored viking food. 

 

 

 

 

Maths Weeks - March 2018

 

During maths week, year 5 took on fitness challenges.

 

We had projects where we designed our own Olympic stadium and to finish the week, we had the parents join us for a share afternoon where we were estimating weight, length, capacity and distances. 

 

  

 

  

Albert Pye Space Agency - March 2018

 

Year 5 have just finished their A.P.S.A (Albert Pye Space Agency)topic.

 

We planned and made 3D rockets in Design Technology and used our maths skills to create our own nets.

We then made mechanical toys which represented the planets in our solar system. The planets orbited when you turned the handles.

 

To finish our topic we launched rockets. We used our scientific observations to adapt them and challenged ourselves to see whose rocket would launch the highest. 

 

 

 

  

World Book Day - March 2018

 

We celebrated World Book Day on Friday 9th March and were so impressed with all the amazing costumes from both the children and the staff!

 

The children had a lovely day and took part in some book themed activities!

 

  

 

  

Bailey English-Sutton’s Visit to Petit-Couronne

 

Congratulations to Bailey in year 5 for his splendid display board of his visit to Petit-Couronne with the Beccles Twinning Association. Bailey loved his time there and would encourage others to get involved with this next year!

 

 

 

 

Science - November 2017

 

Year 5 have been working hard in their science lessons. Whilst learning about forces, they have been planning their own investigations into how far the plane will travel across on the string. They were investigating the effect of changing different variables 

 

    

Year 5 'Share and Create' - December 2016

 

On Tuesday 13th December, parents were invited to join in their child’s art lesson. Visiting artist Clare Meade, and Mrs Belcher encouraged the children and adults to respond to Tim Peake images from space. They were quickly immersed in ‘frenetic fun’.

 

A follow on session will take place on 31st January where their printing will move to another level!

 

 

Hangar Dance - December 2016

 

The Hangar Dance was a very enjoyable experience and helped us reflect on World War 2. All of the dancing was entertaining for the audience as they were able to join in.

 

Year 5 also learned three different songs; We’ll meet again, forever blowing bubbles and you are my sunshine.

 

It was an amazing evening that we will never forget!

 

Rosie and Charlotte Year 5.

 

       

 

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