The Invention of Hugo Cabret
In English, we will be reading The Invention of Hugo Cabret, by Brian Selznick.
Have a look at the website listed below and see what you can find out......
To infinity and beyond!
The children in 5C have amazed me with their enthusiasm, knowledge, determination and awe during our Space topic. We have been on a journey all around the universe; studying planets, galaxies, astronauts and more.
The homework has been wonderful! Thank you for so much for the effort you have all put in. I can tell the homework has taken a long time but the results are so worth it.
Have a look at some of the photographs of your hard work.
Thank you to all parents and carers for your wonderful support.
Home reading should be taking place every evening for at least 10 minutes. In 5C, we are aiming to build our reading stamina so that we can tackle longer texts without becoming distracted.
Books can be changed each day once they have been signed by an adult.
At the moment, we have got a mini competition in 5C! We've each got a sticker card to collect stickers for every adult signature. For every 4 stickers, children can collect a prize from Mrs Cottam's box.
Have you seen our amazing growing sea creatures yet?
Our Anglo Saxon visitor.
On Thursday 26th October, Year 5 were treated to a visit from Anglo Saxon expert, Terry Briody. He brought with him an amazing selection of replica armour, weapons and jewellery. In the morning session, 5M created their own weapons and then 5C spent the afternoon making some fabulous jewellery.
Welcome to 5C!
Welcome back to school. It feels like the summer holidays are a distant memory now! Here are a few reminders to help you settle into the new Year 5 routine.
Our WOW starter!
As part of our "A Kingdom United" topic, Year 5 had a visit from Leyland Morris Men. What fun we had! We had a try at 2 dances. One dance was a small team dance where we had to work in groups of 6. We were given wooden sticks which we had to knock together in a pattern.
The second dance was in a ring and we had to count our steps then do a kick with our left leg. The music got faster and faster!
The Leyland Morris Men all commented on how polite, enthusiastic and happy our children are. We are very proud!
Angles or Angels?
In 5C, we are going angles crazy! We are learning how to use a protractor to measure angles up to 180 degrees. We know that a 90 degree angle is a right angle, an angle less than 90 degrees is an acute angle and an angle bigger than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees is an obtuse angle.
Can you remember the name of an angle which is more than 180 degrees?
Take a look at this website and learn how to measure angles.