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World Book Day

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Dance, Dance, Dance

Year 5 had a fantastic afternoon making a dance routine with dance teacher Helen. We danced to Michael Jackson, Beyoncé and Everyday I’m shuffling. WE can’t wait for the final performance!!!

Counter Balance and Counter Tension

Christmas Around The World

In R.E. we have been learning how people celebrate Christmas around the world. Each group chose a country to research using the iPad. Then they recorded their work and presented their findings to the class. We used the reading skills we have been practicing in Literacy which are reading with expression and intonation. Can you add some facts about Christmas around the world to our blog?

Earth and Space

The WOW Moment for our new topic was the Space Dome. I won’t tell you about it now as the children have written some fantastic recounts which they are going to redraft onto the blog. Their writing is so good that when you’ve finished reading  the recounts will feel like you were right there in the Space Dome with them!

Fraction Games

Over the last 2 weeks we have been learning about fractions. Can you share with everyone what you now know about fractions that you didn’t know at the beginning of the topic. In Friday’s maths lesson we applied our knowledge and understanding of fractions to create maths games which we can play during our pre-input tasks the next time we revisit fractions.  We also made fraction, decimal and percentage museums. My favourite fraction lesson was when we used a Swiss roll to order fractions with the same and different denominators and to help us find equivalent fractions. What was your favourite fraction lesson and why?

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe 

During drama the children used the freeze frame technique to help them develop their understanding of the setting that they are going to be writing about next week. Can you guess which setting from the story each group is creating?

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