Welcome to Venus class
Our current topic is: Vikings
Year 5 class have greatly enjoyed learning about Vikings!
Year 5 celebrated Mother's Day by making some lovely cards, singing and enjoying a game of Bingo together. I hope all mum's enjoyed their day.
Year 5 had a fantastic time at PGL Marchant's Hill. The activities were greatly enjoyed and the food was fantastic! Well done Year 5, super effort!
world book day
Venus class got caught reading for WBD!
further investigations into separating mixtures
Venus class have been finding ways to separate various materials and predicting whether it is soluble or insoluble.
Venus and Mercury have made their very own Longships and book covers in relation to their Viking topic.
Venus and Mercury learnt how to draw a self portrait! Some masterpieces were created! Super effort.
In Science, Venus class have been looking at 'soluble' and 'insoluble' mixtures. The question put forward to Venus class is whether these mixtures can then be separated. This investigation is ongoing!
stunning start - viking warriors
Stunning Start 4th January 2018
Today Year 5 learnt about Viking Warriors and the many battles in which they fought. Year 5 created Viking Shields and swords that they will use to practise different battle formations and role-play the invasion of Saxon villages.
Venus class has been learning about angles and working together to measure the angles of everyday objects.
Boys taking part in the muddy Cross Country Race!
William and Leo enjoying being astronauts in our Role Play area.
Venus put their foot down on bullying with their odd socks.
In Science Venus class has been looking at how we get day and night. This occurs because of the Earth's rotation around the sun. We did an experiment looking at how a shadow moves throughout the day. We also learned about how explorers used sundials to tell the time based on the movements of shadows. Venus class then made their own sundials!
This week we were lucky enough to have a visit from a Planetarium. From inside a mammoth dome we learnt all about how we get day and night, the seasons, and why the moon appears different shapes at night. We also listened to stories about the star constellations and are now hoping to spot 'The Plough' or perhaps 'Orion' from our gardens at night. Also, did you know that a tiny fragment of a star would weigh more than all of New York City?
We had a very eventful start to our Space topic when we discovered a mysterious egg had landed in one of the trees in our playground. Bravely, we retrieved it and then started asking questions: Where had this egg come from? Who or what was inside? How did it get here? Why is it gold? Does it belong to anyone? We decided to help its owner break out and met...E.T! We have now watched the film about how E.T came to Earth and have started imagining what his home planet might have been like. Now we are describing this planet in our literacy learning.