Year 5 class 2020-2021
Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgive one another, as God in Christ forgave you.
This afternoon, the children in Year 5 went into the sensory garden with Mrs McDonagh and dug up some of the carrots that have been growing there! They've each got a carrot (some big, some small) to take home.
Today (Monday 16th November) Year 5 were given new Learning Log titles to complete over the course of this half term. I was very impressed by the Learning Logs completed before the October half term break and have posted photographs below of the children's fantastic work.
Learning Logs - Autumn 1
Remembrance Day 2020.
To mark Remembrance Day, the children in Year 5 created their own blacked out poem. We started by reading Flanders Field and then the children were tasked with selecting words and phrases which they thought were the most emotive or important. They then created their own poem by colouring the rest of the poem in black, leaving only their chosen words. They did a fantastic job, as you can see in the photos below.
They also turned the plastic bottles they had brought into school into poppies, which then were joined together to create a wreath.
The poems and the poppies are proudly displayed in the corridor leading to the playground.
Well done, Year 5!
Lest We Forget.
World Mental Health Day - Friday October 9th.
Today was World Mental Health Day. We spent the afternoon talking about how important it is to have a positive mindset. The children came up with some wonderfully positive statements and discussed what makes them happy. We then performed a yoga exercise, which left us all feeling extremely calm and relaxed.
Eastern European Art - images of Russia.
Locating Eastern European Countries in an Atlas - 10th September 2020
Leeds Rhinos PE - Street Dance - 8th September.
Self-portraits - Thursday 3rd September.
Year 5 have had a fantastic start to the new school year! They have produced some excellent self-portraits using photographs of themselves and watercolours.