Year 5 - St. Nicholas
The Beatitudes by Esther
Wonderful handwriting and Guided Reading Work
Interesting Historical Facts about the Tudors
HAVE A WONDERFUL EASTER!
Ahrienne, what a wonderful picture. Well Done!
Well done to Andrew, Cchance, Esther, Jayden and Nicole.
Rainbows of Hope
Rainbow of Hope
Well done Daniel P.
What a wonderful and thoughtful picture.
Well done Cchance, what a great life cycle.
Well done for completing your first week of home learning. Thank you for sending in some of your best work.
Well done Ahrienne and Esther. Wonderfully, presented work.
Ahrienne - English, Maths and Science
Esther - English
Twenty children from year 5 were chosen to learn the importance of leadership and how to make all games inclusive for every child. The children proactively participated in games. They learned new skills in how to make all games inclusive; giving clear instructions and directions; developing skill levels within a game and how to avoid negative labelling with a game. The session prepared the children to be positive role models as leaders; how influence others and solve problems efficiently.
Well done to the children, whom I am sure will be excellent leaders.
Thanks George, you were amazing!
Thanks to Riot Act the children learned about the dangers of not paying attention when crossing the road and why it is important to keep safe. The children became detectives for the morning in order to solve who was responsible for the accident. At the end of the session, the children were able to identify hazards, how to avoid them and how to keep safe on the roads.
Just Enough Group – An Educational Charity
Thanks to 'The Just Enough Group' where the children where the children attend a workshop within school on anti-radicalisation. The children were taught using a child-friendly method to help them to make sense of the world in which they live in. Also, to understand that no faith condones violence and that all faiths believe in peace.
West Africa - The Kingdom Benin
What a success! The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves at the British Museum. They were able to explore its antiquities before attending a workshop on the history of Benin. The children interacted with the narrator and were able to immerse themselves in the rich culture of Benin.
Yet again, Year 5 have begun the new term with a positive attitude and an eagerness to learn. I look forward to another successful and enjoyable term.