Year 5

Miss Love / Mrs Beattie

Welcome to Year 5

 

Tremendous Tudors

This week, we stepped back in time during an educational visit to Tudor Tyneside (Newcastle). An extremely knowledgeable Tudor named Richard, who looked remarkably like Henry VIII, welcomed us in a traditional Tudor manner and taught us how to curtsey and bow...

Perfect Portraits

During our art lesson, we have been practising our portrait drawing skills. As part of our Tudor topic, we closely observed the portraits of Henry VIII and his six wives. Then using portrait drawing techniques, we carefully sketched our royal...

Ancient Greek Day

Year 5 enjoyed travelling back in time to Ancient Greece. During the action packed day, we took part in a variety of activities including; writing and acting out a scene as an Ancient Greek news reporter, food tasting, ancient art and crafts and a mini Olympic Games...

Dukeshouse Wood Part 1

We have had another fantastic year at Dukeshouse Wood! Every child showed determination, perseverance and courage during the visit, making all staff involved on the trip incredibly proud of the children. Here is a taste of some of the activities we did: [gallery...

Year 5’s Grand DENsigns

With big ideas, plenty of determination and top teamwork, Year 5 completed a HUGE science experiment. Their task was to research and select appropriate building materials then construct an outdoor den. The results (and smiles) were...

Royal Dengineers

In science, Year 5 have been learning about different building materials. In honour of the Queen's 90th birthday, we designed dens that are fit for her Majesty to reside in. We chose materials such as silk, marble, gold and...

Stamp Rockets

We had a super science day with a team from the Centre for Life. Our first activity was to design, create and launch a stamp rocket. We worked constructively in teams to launch and measure the distance our rockets travelled. We then calculated which rocket was the...

Starry Night

Year 5 have been inspired by the great artist Vincent Van Gogh. We looked at his painting Starry Night and talked about the effects he created in the night sky. After carefully observing the original artwork, we decided to use chalk pastels to produce our own version...

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