Dream, believe... achieve --- Rêver, croire... atteindre
Our teachers in Year 5 are Mrs Harrison, Miss Goodall, Mrs Broderick, Mrs Andrew & Mrs Coxon.
These statements provide an outline of what is expected of your child at the end of the academic year. Please note that they reflect the higher expectations outlined by the new National Curriculum.
Children in Y5 enjoyed their trip the National Space Centre in Leicester where they found out more about life beyond Earth. They enjoyed testing their own astronaut skills and finding out more about space travel. We were all fascinated by the venue's Night Sky show in the planetarium. Like our topic, the trip was Out of this World!
In PSHE, 5A have created their own culture wheels. They then shared similarities and differences with each other before a discussion about how cultural differences sometimes cause conflict.
Year 5 have been identifying and classifying planets in our solar system.
In science, Year 5 had to evaluate the properties of materials that were all in a mess together and separate them using tools that they had made. For example: they would use a magnet and scoop to extract the metal from the mess.
In computing, 5A had to discuss how a catalogue store operates and how all the different systems link together.
Children in 5GB have been exploring the key inventions and chronology of the Industrial Revolution by matching inventions to inventors and dates. Also, they have worked collaboratively to categorise innovations' importance, impact and legacy.