Year 5

Miss Love / Mrs Beattie

Welcome to Year 5


Year 5 Geography

In Geography, Year 5 have been learning how to use 4 figure grid referencing and 6 figure grid referencing. The children were able to identify a location on an ordinance survey map using 6 figure grid referencing.

Year 5 English Drama

The children worked in pairs to act out the scene from Kensuke’s Kingdom when Michael met Kensuke for the first time. The children had to read the text carefully and infer how the characters were feeling. When they acted it out they had to think carefully about...

A visit by an Arctic Researcher

In November, Year 4 and 5 were visited by an Arctic researcher. He showed us maps of the Arctic and we were all really surprised at how big it actually is. Using maps, he explained to us the different routes they took to get to the Arctic and the different ways they...

Year 5 Homework Tudor Tasks

In Year 5 the children were given a number of homework tasks to complete on the Tudors. Some children did a fact file on the members of the Tudor family and included some really interesting facts about each member. Other children created their own family tree of the...

Year 5 Class Assembly

Our class assembly was all about friendship. We had a great time reading out our friendship poems, singing our song and performing a friendship rap. We all now know the perfect recipe for a friendship!

No Pen Day!

Year 5 began No Pen Day with using drama and freeze framing in English to explore the feelings of a Tudor servant girl to help with our diary writing. We then used our addition and subtraction mental skills, which we have been practising in Maths, to solve a variety...

National Poetry Day

For National Poetry Day, Year 5 wrote haikus. A haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five. We also had a great time performing one of our favourite poems ‘Talking Turkeys’ by Benjamin Zephaniah. [gallery...

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