Mrs L Hales
P.E days: Wednesday and Thursday
Spellings Given: Wednesday
Spellings Tested: Monday
Reading Books changed: Thursday
Homework Club: Tuesday Lunch
Question of the Week: How many different types of bread are there?
Place of the Week: Madagascar
18.05.17 – Local Walk to the Gorse
08.06.17 – Greek Theatre Company (in the school hall)
Mad Hatter’s Tea Party – 10.02.17
Thank you to everyone who came and supported Year 5 at the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. Together, with the Tea Party and Raffle, we raised a whopping £538.27.
Year 5 had a fantastic time at The Oakes, here are just a few pictures from our residential
Autumn 1: Stargazers!
Autumn 2: Anglo Saxons
Spring 1: Wonderland
Spring 2: Hero or Villain?
Summer 1: Walk on the wild side
Summer 2: Groovy Greeks
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24.3.17 – Congratulations to Freddie and Jamie for being absolutely super and making it into this weeks celebrations assembly. Keep up the good work you two!
The National Space Centre
Year 5 had an amazing time at the National Space Centre and learnt lots of interesting facts about space.
Did you know…
- That even though Saturn is one of the largest planets in our solar system, if put into water is would float?
- That NASA is planning to build on Mars, so that people could go and live there?
- And that an astronaut’s spacesuit has eleven different layers to protect them during their space missions?
… We learnt some pretty cool facts whilst we were there.
We had a visit from an alienologist when Mrs Hales found an unusual egg in her privet hedge. But first we had to write a letter to the Ministry of Alienology to explain what had happened. This is when they sent Professor Payne out to explain what it was and to protect us.