Year 5 were lucky enough today to receive a visit from Professor Claire - an Egyptologist. The children have had their learning ignited even further and we hope to have another visit from her soon.

Professor Claire

 Year 5 have been working hard to solve maths problems, do some investigative science and they have been starting to use relative clauses in their writing.

Maths Problems

This week we have done some PALS TRAINING  

This week, Year 5 have been writing their own versions of Tuesday by David Wiesner. They have shared their work with the class and will visit Year 4 next week to share them there too. Our displays are taking shape now too.

Y5 22.9.17

Year 5 along with dance teacher Brittany are working hard to rehearse for their dance festival.

Year 5 Dance

This  term's topic is Ancient Egypt. The children have started to become very interested and enthusiastic in their topic. They are asking lots of questions and seem very keen to get going. Please see the Curriculum Map for more information.

 

Year 5 have been to Blackpool Tower today and had an amazing day. Their behaviour was outstanding and they did our school proud.

Year 5 Blackpool Tower 2017

Year 5 performed their end of year WOPPS concert today. They played brilliantly. It is amazing to see how much progress they have made over the year. 

This week, Year 5 have been reading "A Midsummer Night's Dream" by William Shakespeare. They have written their own rap, based on one of the characters, in the style of modern 'Grime' artists such as Skepta and Stormzy. Once they had written their rap, they performed them for the class. They were amazing! 

During MADD Week, year 5 and 6 had a visit from the Marton Operatic Society where we dressed up and joined in with an opera. We loved working together and we had such fun.

Marton Operatic Society

Art in the style of Chas Jacobs

MADD week 2017 Y5

Year 5 have been super lucky this week to have an art workshop with Chas Jacobs. The children have been sketching and painting their own images of Lytham landmarks linked to our Lytham topic. Also, as part of MADD week activities, the children have been reinacting the Shakespeare play: "The Tempest". The children's amazing topic homework is currently being shared and a vote will take place at the end of this week. Our current term's Christian Value is Faith.

Faith

Year Five have been very busy analysing poetry by Marriott Edgar and using money and decimal notation in a range of contexts. They have also been lucky enough to play the drums during their WOPPS lesson.

Music 19.5.17

Year 5 16.05.17.

This week, year 5 are thinking about what the Holy Spirit means to them and they are working hard to understand and use the value of honesty. We have also started to plant and weed the raised beds outside the Y5 and Y6 classrooms. We have also been creating 3D images from 2D drawings using Sketchup on the computers.

May 2nd 2017

 

Year 5 are hard at work already this week. They have begun to research persuasive vocabulary used to "sell" local attractions. Sam was our Secret Student. The children had their Dry Swimming lesson today followed by an amazing music lesson!

Y5 Summer Week1

 

Year 5 have been very busy this week working on their Easter theme tasks. Miss Morris worked with the children to create some fantastic art work - which was added to the class display. 

Y5 Lent display

Year 5 have been finishing their 1960's PowerPoint presentations and can now embed videos from online. Oliver has been finding out all about Easter traditions and symbols. He has created his very own chick and is adding to his lap book every day. 

Oliver

The children in Year 5 have been very busy exploring the different aspects of life in the 1960's and have completed some amazing written work and art pieces based on Bridget Riley's "Op Art". Some children have their work displayed in class and on corridor displays. 

1960's

Last week was Faith Week. We studied Purim - a very joyous and celebratory Jewish festival. The children were very enthusiastic and happy to share their Power Points with Year 3. They baked some Hamantashen biscuits, acted out the story of Esther and compared and contrasted Purim with a Christian festival.

Year 5 Purim




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