Stars of the week: Kyann & Leonna
Well done Class 5 on a brilliant first week back after half-term.
This half-term we are exploring mapping in geography. To kick things off, we used a computing lesson to get familiar with the ‘map’ feature on Padlet. The class inputted places that were important to them/ they knew well. They included information about the place, photographs and links; they could then explore each others locations.
Class 5 now have their scripts for their collective worship. It celebrates aspects of our learning from this year; we cannot wait to share it with you!
Stars of the week: Eayon & Fabian
This week in maths we have been counting in fractions and decimals. We have also started solving addition and subtraction questions containing decimals. Well done Class 5 for your incredible hard-work and willingness to challenge yourselves.
In Extended writing, we published our autobiographies – they will be great to reflect on in the years to come.
We have been consolidating our spanish learning about the cafe this week. Class 5 did a survery, asking each other ‘¿qué quieres desayunar?’. This means ‘what would you like for breakfast?’.
Stars of the week: Christina & Cecilia
On Friday last week, Class 5 were part of the whole-school hedge plant. Well done Class 5 for being such considerate gardeners.
In English this week, we have continued our learning around The Silver Sword. Class 5 have taken on the role of Bronia, the youngest child, and written a diary as her. They have tried to include all the grammatical features we have been focusing on.
In Maths we have been exploring percentages. Class 5 have shown immense dedication to this learning. We will continue exploring decimals next week, where we will be adding and subtracting them.
Stars of the week: Remy & Aya-Grace
Class 5 have been busy this week learning about decimals, fractions and percentages in maths. They have been converting between the three and solving problems related to them.
In Science, Class 5 planned and discussed investigations that they wanted to carry out. They worked incredible well as scientist to think of their patter-spotting question and the method they would need to investigate it.
In PE, Class 5 performed their hip-hop dances. Zoe and I were blown away by their team work, co-ordination and enthusiasm. Here are some screen shots of their performances:
Stars of the week: Maia & Romeo
Well done Class 5 for a brilliant return back after the Easter break. You have come back with so much enthusiasm for your learning. We have started a gripping new book in English called “The Silver Sword”. It has helped us to engage with lots of grammar – including complex and compound sentences, subordinating and co-ordinating conjunctions and the use of relative clauses and pronouns. I am SO proud of you Class 5 for all your hard work. Next week we will continue exploring this book.
In maths we have been learning about decimals. We have been understanding their place value and rounding them. I have been blown away by their efforts. Next week, we will be comparing and ordering decimals. In addition, we will be bringing in percentages.
It was World Earth Day on Thursday and Class 5 spent some time preparing the ground for our new school hedge to be grown next week.