Welcome to Year 5 (2021/2022)

Welcome to the Year 5 area!

Here, you will find plenty of information about Year 5, including our curriculum; details of trips and visits, assemblies and performances; write-ups following visitors to our classes; examples of children's learning and lots of photographs and other useful and interesting links!

We are really looking forward to the year ahead, and know your child is going to have experiences in Year 5!

Mrs Nedeljkovic and Mr Scott (Year 5 Team)

 

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Keeping children safe in school is the most important role we play. If you have any serious concerns about any child, please speak to Mrs Walpole or Mrs Stoddern.

 

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In Year 5, the children have been creating 'lost things' inspired by our class story. We had some wonderfully creative ideas ranging from built-in computers to vice-like contraptions to enable the creation to pick up items.

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Year 5 have been studying the style and brushstrokes of Vincent Van Gogh and decided to recreate a section of the North Cliffs by painting using techniques inspired by him. The results were so good we put them on display in our classroom.

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In year 5 this week, we have written letters to Anne Frank. We've loved learning about the young girl's tragic story but still had so many questions left unanswered, even fitting in time for a virtual tour of the secret annex.

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Year 5 have been learning about the Titanic through the story ‘Kaspar Prince of Cats’. The children created authentic looking newspapers that break the tragic news that the Titanic has sunk.

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The amazing authors of year 3 have published yet another book this week! They have innovated the story of The Heart in the Bottle by Oliver Jeffers. We have been so impressed with their creativity and skill. Well done year 3!

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Year 5 have been investigating cube numbers using multi link. They’ve been so keen, that they have spent a lunchtime determined to make a cube to represent 5 and 6 cubed.

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Year 5 have begun their jazz journey, starting with learning to play and improvise over a bossa nova track using the notes D, E, G, A and B.

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We’ve been learning different shading techniques and how to draw two-point perspective in year 5. Inspired by the stuntman Philippe Petit, we created realistic perspective drawings of the Twin Towers, which he famously tightrope walked between.

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This week, Year 5 have been working with statistics and have created some excellent line graphs and bar charts that present data.

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In Year 5, the children have been learning about life-cycles. This week, children created QR codes to record what they had been learning. Use the camera on your phone or tablet to scan the QR code and hear Will talk about what he has discovered this half-term!

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To help us learn about vertebrates, invertebrates and the different types of skeletons, classes were visited by a spider crab! Thank you to Jasmine’s parents for supplying the crabs. The children (if they wanted to) got to touch the shell and even got to see it walk on the tables!

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As part of our lifecycles learning in science, year 5 have been hatching chicks. We incubated these eggs from day one, candled them to check on their progress during that stage, watched as they pipped and have LOVED caring for them since hatching.

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Year 5 have been really enjoying our non-fiction this term! They’ve helped us think about habitats, life-cycles and physical geography.

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Whilst 5S have been busy doing the school proud practising for The One Show, 5N have been getting musical ourselves! We have taken the opportunity to form a rock choir; thoroughly enjoying rehearsing some classic rock tunes and perfecting our rock salutes.

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Year 5 have been learning about Philippe Petit, the French high-wire artist who gained fame for his daring high-wire walk between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. To appreciate how skilled Philippe was, the class had a go at walking our very own tight-rope!

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