Year 5 News

Y5 Kingswood – Day 1

Thursday, November 14, 2019

What a fantastic  start to our residential visit to Kingswood.  We have been really busy Buggy Building, Zip Wiring and attempting the Obstacle Course this afternoon.  Everyone had a fantastic time and even managed to overcome some of their fears.

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Friday, April 26, 2019

We have started our topic about plastic pollution and have started to learn about how it impacts sea life.  Today we have begun designing pieces of artwork to create a display to convince people to lessen their plastic usage.  In Math we have been learning to convert measurements and in English we have been learning about persuasive writing, ready to write some important letters.

Y5 Kingswood Residential

Friday, November 16, 2018

Day 2 – Thursday 15th November

Wow!  What a day!  It has been amazing.  So much to do and so many new skills learned.  We have done…

  • Jacobs Ladder
  • Bushcraft
  • Nightline
  • Archery
  • Buggy Building
  • Fire lighting

Here are just some of the photos of what we have been up to…

We have also managed to ticks off lots of our ’50 Things to do Before You leave St Lawrence’:

  • Scuff in autumn leaves
  • Go on a school residential
  • Face a fear
  • Learn a new skill
  • Build a den

Y5 Kingswood Residential

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Day 1 – Wednesday 14th November

We have had a great first day at Kingswood in Staffordshire.  We enjoyed exploring the centre and setting up our dormitories.  Dinner was fantastic (lasagne, vegetarian toad in the hole or spring rolls) and we took part in three evening activities – Bushcraft, Nightline and Trail of Mystery.  We are now tired and ready for a good nights sleep so that we are ready for a full on day tomorrow.

Homework

Sunday, April 29, 2018

Dear Parents,
With effect from Monday 30th April, children in Year 5 will receive the following weekly homework, which must be completed and returned by the following Monday:

  • 10 spellings, which the children should learn and practise, writing them in sentences to show their meanings;
  • Reading comprehension;
  • Maths.

Multiplication and division facts will continue to be tested on a Monday, along with weekly spellings. Year 5 children are expected to recall quickly from memory all of the multiplication and division facts up to 12x. Please encourage your children to play TTRockstars three or four times a week to support this.
Thank you for your continued support.
Mrs Pinney