Year 5 have just returned from an amazing few days in the woods on a Bushcraft experience. This is a video of what we did.
Classes 2, 3, 4, 5 et 6 ont fait une assemblée en français! They performed stories, a song and a poem.
“On Monday the sixth of March year five and year seven did a French play together. We had been rehearsing it for quite a while, with only having had two full rehearsals on stage together we did really well. I really enjoyed doing it with the year seven. I would love to do another one.”
By Maisie, classe 5
“I enjoyed introducing the year 7 and 5 story of Petit Elephant!”
Barnaby, classe 5
Bienvenue dans notre Café De Paris!
Classe 5 welcomes you into their French Café.
They have enjoyed being French waiters and customers this week.
Year 5 imagined they were Jim Hawkins and wrote some fantastic diary entries about the first half of the story.
Year 5 have been looking at inches and centimetres in maths. 5MLF played a matching game, practising conversions between inches and centimetres, and then they explored the school looking for items that measured specific lengths. Lots of interesting objects were found!
5 STS wrote some lovely acrostic poems at the end of last term, based on their work on the Christingle and symbolism in RS. Great work and lots of thoughtful ideas!
Year 4, 5 and 6 have written their letters to the French Father Christmas!
Today in our French lesson we constructed complex sentences on hobbies and opinion.
“J’aime jouer au tennis et j’aime aussi lire parce que c’est intéressant” (I like to play tennis and I also like to read because it is interesting).
“Je n’aime pas danser mais j’aime nager” (I don’t like dancing but I like to swim).
Barnabé et Millie
Year 5 worked really hard to solve a tricky Soma cube puzzle. First they made the different parts, then they had to fit them together to create a perfect cube. There are meant to be 240 ways to solve the cube, but it took most of us quite a while to do it (teachers included)! Great perseverance everyone!