5R dissecting tulips, looking at all the different parts of a flower.
Class 5R's costumes and family homework for World Book Day.
Year 5 have been looking at the mummification process form Ancient Egyptian times. Each class has prepared a tomato for mummification and placed it in a plastic bag. We will check the results over the next few weeks and make our observations as the whether the process preserves the tomato or…
Year 5 have enjoyed performing their 'Christmas Bonanza!' - a mix of festive poems, jokes, songs and scenes - to the other year groups. Their parents are in for a treat on Thursday!
Children in 5H, and throughout school, have made poppies to commemorate 100 years since World War One ended.
5R designing and making their own clay interpretations of The Iron Man by Ted Hughes
Class 5H have been investigating the water cycle. We have placed water in the labelled bags, sealed them and attached them to the windows. What will we observe and why does this occur? All will be revealed on Monday!
Here are Year 5 preparing for a long walk over the Humber Bridge. We had a super day sketching near the river side and playing in the park. But perhaps best of all was the delicious ice cream we had at the end of the day. Perfect.
Team Year 5 could not be prouder of Year 5 children today who successfully braved the roads to tackle their cycling proficiency test. Maybe we will have our very own Sir Chris Hoy or Bradley Wiggins, perhaps a Victoria Pendleton? I would like to thank all parents who took time to organise their…
Year 5 had a day to remember as we visited the Humber Bridge and walked across it. We have been learning about rivers and it was exciting to see the estuary.
We basked in the sunshine and also enjoyed an ice-cream. It was an impressive scene as we sat along the river bank and sketched the…
5M produced Popplets for our topic on Lifecycles. We observed butterflies, bees and frogs also. We used lots of skills to include pictures and altered text size and colours. Some of our lifecycles were very informative, why not see them for yourself?