Last week Year 3 visited Year 5 to compare The Tudor Period to The Egyptian Period. The Year 5 children were so knowledgeable and helpful we found out so much!
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 been studying how Ancient Egyptians were mummified. After our research we had a competition to mummify one of our group. Can you guess who this mummy is?
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.
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.
The children who always do the right thing in year 3/4 had a wonderful treat of participating in an Easter egg hunt this morning. Well done!
Year 3/4 had a wonderful morning yesterday working together to build a city out of Lego!
Look at some of the buildings we created.
For our maths challenge, we were creating pictograms based on our book study, 'Oliver and the Seawigs'.
Look what we've been making linked to our book study.
We will be writing instructions soon to show how we made them.