This afternoon, Class 13 enjoyed using split pins and elastic bands (representing Earth's gravitational pull) to show that wherever we are on Earth, we won't fall off!
9 Jan 20
In RE, Year 5 have been exploring the concept of unity. We worked as part of a team to build the strongest bridge we could, which inspired us to create our own definitions of what unity means to us.
12 Dec 19
Amazing Christmas cards, year 5! We love your individual watercolour designs.
4 Dec 19
Class 13 had a fun-filled morning of learning and exercise at Brunton Park. They played some very fast paced invasion games, had a tour of the stadium and a PSHE lesson about inclusion. Thank you to the Carlisle United coaches!
3 Dec 19
Class 13 enjoyed investigating which type of sugar dissolves fastest. They worked scientifically by controlling variables and using good observation skills to draw a conclusion. Great teamwork everyone!
3 Dec 19
We enjoyed looking at a german war helmet last week whilst learning about the 'Christmas Truce'. Thank you to the child who brought this in to show!
3 Dec 19
Thank you to our Mini Police for making us aware of 'county lines' and what we can do if we encounter a dangerous situation.
18 Nov 19
Fantastic DT skills to showcase your knowledge of the water cycle, Class 13! Well done!
17 Nov 19
Year 5 enjoyed dancing on Children in Need day in PE
15 Oct 19
As part of the European Day of Memory and Welcome, yesterday we took part in a migration workshop. Children in years 4 and 5 were thinking about how we make people feel welcome in our school and in the United Kingdom.
This Term's Topics
Science - Materials
Maths - multiplication and division
This term we will be looking at The Victorians. They are a very influential era in British history so it will be a lot of fun to learn about them.
In maths we are moving onto fractions. This follows on nicely from multiplication and division so keep up all your practise on Times Tables Rock Stars and Doodle maths.
Keep up your reading at home. Keep reading something that interests you but also something that will challenge you as well.
On a Monday we will have sessions on invasion games or athletics. This will be weather dependent but we will aim to have as many lessons outside as possible.
Good morning Year 5. I hope you have had a super half term. We are starting a new topic this term: The Victorians. However for this first week we are looking at well-being.
The new home learning grid is up!! Have a look and see how you get on. It is a school learning grid as well so if you have siblings you could see which tasks you want to do together or you may want to have a go on your own. As always if there is anything I can help with just drop me a message on Learning Beck.