Year 5 Gallery of Events 2018-19

Take a look at some of the fun things we have been doing in Year 5.

 

Class Scripture - January 2019

For our class scripture year 5 have chosen the following:
"A new command I give you: love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another"
John  13:34

We created the art work to include each child's finger print. Every child has a copy at home and we have it on display in the classrooms.
 

Shakesperean Insults - Romeo and Juliet - January 2019

Year 5 sharing Shakesperean insults during a drama lesson. We are studying Romeo and Juliet. Recreating the fight between Montagues and Capulats, but pupils couldn't stop laughing.

Bake Off - December 2018

Jesse Tree and Make a Wish Foundation - December 2018

Year 5 are supporting Francis House as our charity for this year. We raised nearly £40 by selling 'make a wish' and hanging it on school tree. We also created a Jesse Tree, which is an Advent tradition, it tells the stories from the Old testament, showing Jesus as a descendant from King David.

Y5F and G - Collaborative Group Work - December 2018

Solving problems in Maths.

Year 5 Hockey Skills - September 2018

Year 5 have been practising their hockey skills in PE.

 

Year 5 Anglo-Saxon Kings - September 2018

Year 5 have been on the hunt for information about Anglo-Saxon kings.

 

Year 5D Parts of a Flower - September 2018

5D have been labeling the parts of a flower in Science by matching up the names of the parts of the flower with their function.

Handprints - September 2018

In Year 5 we have created a handprint of all our talents and qualities to create a wonderful entrance to our classes areas.

Y5F Collages of Our Lady - September 2018

In Year 5 we have been using our artistic talents to create collage image of Our Lady.

Trim Trail and High Ropes Fun - September 2018

Y5F have been having fun outside on the trim trail.  Y5D have been having fun outside climbing on the high ropes.

Y5D 100 Book Challenge - September 2018

Y5D have been into the library with Mrs Ward and some have started the 100 books challenge.