Spring 2- Week 2


Year 5 stars of the week: Tiyana and Daniel


This week we have been celebrating Book Week. In Year 5 we have been reading ‘The Secret Garden’. We have written some fantastic setting descriptions using some ambitious vocabulary that we have collected. Please be sure to read our wonderful work in the Key Stage 1 corridor!

We read some interesting stories to Year 1…

   

… and dressed up as our favourite book characters. Can you guess who we are?

      

      

      

      

      

      

Spring 1 – Week 6


Year 5 stars of the week: Arianna and Fatimah


This week in Science, Year 5 were learning about reversible and irreversible changes. As part of this we made some cookies to show that when materials (ingredients) are heated, this change become irreversible and the materials cannot be separated and returned to their original form.

This was our most tastiest Science lesson!

 

Spring 1 – Week 6

On Monday, Year 5 visited Wagamama. We had a great time there and learnt a lot about food hygiene, where food comes from and how to cook safely.

Year 5 – comment in the space below and let me know what was your favourite thing about the trip.

 

Spring 1 – Week 5


Year 5 stars of the week: All of Class 5


Internet Safety Day 2019, by Nahum (Digital Leader for Class 5)

Safer Internet Day is a day where everyone learns how to be safe whilst using the World Wide Web (a.k.a The Internet). This will teach you how to be safe online.

The history of the Internet

The Internet all started in the year of 1989 when the English scientist by the name of Sir Tim Berners-Lee. He invented it in Geneva, Switzerland. He wrote the first browser one year after the making of the Internet and was available for public used in 1992. The World Wide Web had continued to dominate though the years. At the mid-1990s, many people had used the Internet. Millions of users!

Why do we use the Internet?

The Internet supports many resources. It can be used for videos, games, education, business and many more! The Internet is basically the electronic textbook. It has nearly all the answers of life you need. But some things that have been posted on the Internet are inappropriate. This will tell you how to react to things like that.

What if you see an inappropriate image online?
If you are enjoying yourself, hanging out on the Internet, when suddenly a rather disturbing picture covers the entire screen. In this scenario, the best thing to do was to report it to someone you trust would help (parent, guardiant, family member). It would ideally be an adult as they can easily deal with the situation. You cannot just ignore it. The bully would think you have a weakness and continue posting pictures.

What if a stranger texts you a rude message?
If you are on WhatsApp (or any other messaging app) and a stranger sends you a very mean and thoughtful comment, you cannot ignore them. They will simply continue the bullying. As stated in the previous paragraph, you must report it to anyone you trust. But in this one, you can always block the person if you don’t receive any help. But the best way is to report it. See it, say it, sorted.

What is consent?
Consent has the same meaning as permission. If you ask for consent, you ask an adult for permission to do a certain thing. For example, if you wanted to eat a cookie, you would have to ask your parents first as they know what’s right and wrong. In the form of the Internet, you can ask for consent when wanting to play a particular game. If you are given approval, you’re free to play! If not, avoid playing that game or resource.

Don’t share your personal information!
One of the most important things in your life are your personal details. This means your name, email address, where you live, ect. You may think it’s alright. But some people could access these personal details. This might end up in hacks, lots of pop-ups, emails from random people as well as mail delivered through post. If you share your personal details online with everyone else, this could happen to you!

Zip it, block it, flag it!
This phrase really tells you the meaning of staying safe online, on the Internet. The zip it part means that you should never share your personal information and details online with people you don’t know. You cannot even share with your closest friends. Your details are your details. Block it means that you should block anyone that sends any rude comments. These days it is way easier to block someone on a messaging app with a press of a button. They can’t speak to you until you’ve unblock the person. Flag it- you should always speak to an adult if something on the Internet is concerning you badly. Like if someone asks to meet somewhere offline, in the real world. If you follow zip it, block it, flag it, you will be safe online.

Conclusion
Now this has taught you how to be safe online, hopefully you will carry this on throughout your entire life. If anyone mean texts you, you know what to do. If someone asks you to meet up in real life, you know what to do. Have a lovely Safer Internet Week and most importantly, hope you say safe online on Safer Internet Day 2019.

Here are some other tips by Year 5 about how to stay safe online:

 

Spring 1 – Week 4

This week, Year 5 have been working hard to calculate the area and perimeter of rectangles and squares.

It requires fluency within addition, subtraction and multiplication! Well done to all of the children in Year 5 for showing resilience and determination to understand new concepts.

Challenge: Can you work out the perimeter and area of the shape below?

Spring 1 – Week 3


Year 5 stars of the week: Sienna and Daniel


Year 5 have been learning all about Sikhism in RE this half term. Last week, we wrote about the story of Guru Hargobind for our board display. Fantastic work Year 5 (and thank you Janet for making it look so wonderful!)

If you would like to learn about Guru Hargobind, then please go the the KS2 corridor where you can read our book.