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Spellings

posted 17 Jun 2019, 00:28 by Lorren Henstock

Spellings

posted 12 Jun 2019, 00:34 by Lorren Henstock

Y5 Oakes Residential Day One

posted 21 May 2019, 12:46 by Richard France   [ updated 21 May 2019, 14:55 ]


As you can see from the slideshow below, Y5 have had a great first day on the Oakes residential.  The weather has helped.  This evening we are having a football and basketball tournament, then a bonfire before bed!  All the children are very settled, and have taken part in every opportunity presented to them - especially the ones involving mu

Oakes Day 1.mp4


Spellings- Week 28

posted 13 May 2019, 00:26 by Lorren Henstock

Spelling Week 27

posted 11 May 2019, 22:33 by Richard Hanks

Spellings-Week 26

posted 29 Apr 2019, 00:28 by Lorren Henstock


Spellings Week 25

posted 15 Apr 2019, 00:30 by Lorren Henstock

Submarine STEM learning

posted 11 Apr 2019, 09:44 by Richard France

In the last week of Spring term, Y5 linked up with Encounter Edu - an online educational provider - to do some fantastic investigative learning about life underwater.  Encounter Edu have been collaborating with scientists on the Nekton II mission, exploring the Indian Ocean (https://nektonmission.org/missions/first_descent).  As part of their programme, they have produced some online learning opportunities for children to participate in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) learning about submarines and submersibles and how they work.  

We have investigated: 
how deep the ocean is and what the different zones are called
what materials to make a submersible out of
how the shape of the submersible affects the time it takes to travel to the sea bed
buoyancy and how to achieve neutral buoyancy
how samples are collected from the sea floor 
how pressure affects the submersible (and the people inside it)
how to build a crane with a working pulley system to raise and lower the submersible

Alongside this, we had some live links with scientists working on the Nekton II mission, and they answered some of the questions we had to ask.  Over 9000 children from 16 countries were involved in these sessions, so we were over the moon when we got some mentions by the scientists.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Great Citizens!

posted 29 Mar 2019, 07:19 by Sian Granville

Meet the latest Y5 recipients of the coveted Citizenship trophy. To win this, you need to be a shining example of all our school values: Resilience, Kindness, Creativity and Resourcefulness and these two boys demonstrate these every day in and out of school. Well done, you two!

 
 

 

Spellings- Week 24

posted 25 Mar 2019, 01:30 by Lorren Henstock


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