Year 5 Team
Miss Knighton (Class Teacher) Mrs Higgins (TA) Mr Thomas (TA)
As part of our English unit, the children had to design and label their very own 'hexapod'. Here are some examples of their work!
In P.E. Year 5 were working on their triple jump!
Year 5 were out for their Community Litter Pick this week. They were brilliant! It was a very hot day but the children stuck at it and collected a huge amount of rubbish around the estate. Tremendous effort from the children and parents who came along to help!
In Science, Year 5 have been demonstrating how we experience night and day on Earth due to Earth's rotation on it's axis in relation to the sun.
This week, the Year 5 Mini Police had the opportunity to use a lifeguard throwing line!
In Forest School, Year 5 were making skeletons out of natural resources!
Year 5 are hard at work practising their SPAG.
The Play Leaders have been learning different versions of dodgeball so they can teach them to other year groups at lunchtimes.
We loved the special Jubilee Dance Workshop!
In Science, we were experimenting how levers work - investigating how the length of the lever changed it's strength.
Year 5 thoroughly enjoyed the music workshop, learning all about how music makes us feel!
Year 5 were investigating how the surface area of a parachute effected the speed it travelled down to the floor and why this is.
Year 5 were challenged to give a speech on why John Cabot was significant and why he is still remembered today.
Year 5 had a brilliant day at Into University. The focus was space and the children loved learning more about what it might be like out in space and what it would take to be an astronaut!
Year 5 kicked off their Tudors topic with an exciting trip to The Matthew. We sailed around the harbour and learned how the ship would have navigated, measured speed and lots more!
In R.E, Year 5 were studying eye witness accounts about the resurrection of Jesus.
Year 5 created some posters about how the right or wrong amount of something can impact our health.
Year 5 continued their netball sessions, concentrating on marking the player, the space and the ball.
In Science, the children had to plan their own test to see how exercise effects your heart rate.
Year 5 have been playing lots of games to improve their netball skills.
As part of our Science topic, the children were finding out about how the circulatory system enables the body to function.
The children were challenged to find out about trading in different periods of history. They presented their research on some wonderful posters.
Year 5 began their work on Hidden Figures. We became NASA employees and researched the work they did at that time.
As part of Mental Health Week, Year 5 created Support Balloons to remind us of all the people who support us and keep us lifted.
Some of Year 5 had the opportunity to take part in Bikeability! They gained confidence, learned about road safety and learned about using and maintaining their bike.