Cello Performance

This morning, the Y5 cellists performed to the rest of their year group and to Y3 who will start learning the cello in September.

 

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5R dissecting flowers

5R dissecting tulips, looking at all the different parts of a flower.

 

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Year 3's visit to Year 5

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!

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World Book Day

Class 5R's costumes and family homework for World Book Day.

 

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Can you identify who the Egyptian mummy is?

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?

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100% Attendance Nerf Party

What an amazing time our Y2 - Y6 children had at The Regal playing Nerf for 100% attendance during the autumn term.

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Christmas Compositions

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Christmas Bonanza!

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!

 

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Lest we forget

Children in 5H, and throughout school, have made poppies to commemorate 100 years since World War One ended.

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Cello Workshop

Jazz artist Maja Bugge came to work with some of our Y4 and Y5 children who are learning to play the cello. It was an improvisation workshop using jazz music and cello. The children and staff enjoyed themselves and learned some new ways of playing the cello alongside their cello teacher Joshua…

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The Iron Man

5R designing and making their own clay interpretations of The Iron Man by Ted Hughes

 

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Year 5 Cycling Proficiency

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…

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