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Year 5 recently visited the Heugh Battery Museum on the headlands as part of our War Horse literacy topic. We learnt about the WW1 naval attack on Hartlepool; experienced life in a WW1 trench; handled replica weaponry from both world wars and looked at artefacts from the first world war which included trench art and death pennies.
Year 5 had an amazing time learning beginner judo skills and putting them into practice with their partners. A huge thanks to our brilliant champion coach Thomas!
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We have watched video clips of Christians taking Eucharist to commemorate The Last Supper. We have discussed the ritual and how this could differ in different types of churches. 

We have designed an alter cloth which could be used at Eucharist.

Mr Robinson even joined in! 

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Two teams from Y5 attended a dodgeball competition at Brierton Sports Centre.  Both teams worked really hard and they came 2nd!

 

Jessica: I really enjoyed playing in the dodgeball competition, it felt really good to represent the school and come 2nd!

 

Jack: We all worked really hard and worked together, even when we were losing we kept our heads up and supported each other. It was a really good afternoon. 

 

Liam: It was lots of fun to play dodgeball in a competition. The team worked well together and we kept chanting from the sidelines to keep up morale. 

Watching Bars and Melody's 'Hopeful' and Galantis' 'No Money' was the inspiration needed for the Year 5 children to write their own  Anti-Bullying Song.  Check out some of our amazing efforts!

Macy's Anti-Bullying song composed by... herself.wmv

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Alicia, Jessica and Casey's Song - Anti-Bullying Y5 Music.wmv

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Oliver, Jack & Liam Y5 Music Anti-BUllying Song.MOV

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Year 5 went to Rossmere Forest School to start our new topic, Harry Potter. We enjoyed making potions and wands as well as being sorted into different houses. Once we were back at school, we started to create our own spells and are enjoying learning more about Harry Potter and using this in Literacy this half term. 

Hello! We are the new Year 5! We are Mrs Warwick’s class and we are all excited for the year ahead because we are going to be learning lots of exciting things. We will update this page with all of our amazing news.

“My goal for this year is to improve my spelling.” Trinity

“I hope that I will know all of my times tables up to the 12 times table by the end of the year.” Ruby

“I am excited to work with my friends and I am going to improve how I work with my friends.” Dylan

“I am really looking forward to learning about the solar system and art.” Ewan

“I am excited to learn about War Horse” Jay

“I think this will be my best year yet!” Cassidy

In year 5 literacy we have been writing our own newspaper reports. 
We have been investigating reversible and irreversible changes.

There are three stages to learning your times tables:

We have experienced the counting phase.

This is our class during the strategy phase where they use automatic facts to derive other facts. E.g. 6 groups of 5 = 30 so they can use that known fact to find 12 groups of 5 = 60.

The final stage is automatic recall. 

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Bradley Chalkers ransacked Year 5 Kingsley classroom to give us an experience of what his own class would be like.

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If you require any additional information regarding our curriculum, please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher or a member of the Leadership Team.

 

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