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Welcome to Year 5

Deng Class

Class Teacher: Mr T Hunt

Teaching Assistant: Mr Widdicombe-Dutch & Miss Nelson

Zamperini Class

Class Teacher: Ms  M Davies

Super amazing and hardworking Teaching Assistants:   

Mrs K Epps  angel& Mrs R Gibbons  angel

Deng Class Blog

What a lovely week we’ve had in Deng class! Most of us went for a taster day at the secondary school: St. Anselm’s. We started our day there be teaching another school our favourite playground game: ‘Cybermen’. Later on, we got to experience a either a Science lesson or a History lesson. Those of us who stayed at the school had a wonderful morning acting as sport’s leaders to the children from EYFS and did some wonderful art and some very interesting code making and breaking in the afternoon.

Our Kwik-Cricket skills are really improving and we had two fantastic sessions of that this week. The ukuleles continue to be great fun; we now know two chords and three songs (and we even managed to fit a ‘rickroll’ into one of them!). In Computing, we have made a radio style broadcast all about H.G. Wells’s ‘War of the Worlds.’ Some of us are even going to interview an alien! In Geography, we continue to learn about North America and we’re watching the progress of our caterpillars with interest in Science.

We’re learning all about angles and using protractors in Mathematics and we’re feeling pretty confident with that.

Zamperini Class Blog

Friday 29th April 2022 Zamperini Blog

 written by Elliott and Jessica

Firstly, well done to this week's cup winner Jake! Congratulations!

Another busy week has whizzed by...

We began by reading to our buddies in Yr R and then we took them to celebration assembly in the hall.  They are still practising their fantastic walking.

On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, we comleted CATS tests (Cognitive ability tests).  We also started sewing our felt soft toys - so much concentration needed but lots of fun.

Yesterday (Thursday) was a fire safety assembly and we learned lots such as don't leave mobile phones or ipads charging overnight.

Oh and did you know that we did our first lesson learning to play the ukulele!

Well done to Bobbi for getting the first hat trick of the season as part of inter house football tournament. Well done Beech.

Our Debra Kidd work on North America is now on display in the corridor - it consists of a 3D map, leaflet with background information about Yellowstone and Death Valley and a letter.

No school on Monday - a day off for the Bank Holiday.

Have a lovely weekend everyone.

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