Year 5 News

Trip to Warwick Castle – Tuesday 26th June 2018

Sunday, June 24, 2018

We are very much looking forward to our trip to Warwick Castle on Tuesday 26th June and have a full day of activities planned!

As previously notified, the children will need a packed lunch, in a named disposable bag, please. The weather is looking to be very warm, so please could you ensure that all children have plenty to drink, have sun cream applied before they come to school, and have a sun hat. School uniform should be worn, but without ties.

We will be leaving school at 9.30am and are due to return at 4.15pm.

Talk Topic – week 4

Friday, June 22, 2018

The Football World Cup is well under way in Russia. We would like the children to think and talk about the following:

What makes a good sportsperson? Is there more to it than simply physical ability?

Dare To Be Different

Friday, June 22, 2018

8 girls from Year 5 and 2 girls from Year 4 attended Dare To Be Different yesterday at Santa Pod Raceway, and what a fantastic experience it was! The aim of the day was to demonstrate how, regardless of gender, everyone has the potential to be successful in the world of motorsport and STEM careers.

The girls took part in a number of amazing activities, including resuscitation, a workout, a pit stop challenge, presenting with Sky Sports, a STEM challenge, reaction time challenges and opportunities to meet some of the racers. Lunch was spent on the grass bank overlooking the race track, watching drag racing! The day ended with a presentation to each of the schools of a fabulous goodie bag, which included a copy of The Female Lead, a book about sixty inspirational women, from many walks of life, who have changed the world in a variety of fields.

 

More details about Dare To Be Different can be found at www.daretobedifferent.org 

Folk Singing Workshop

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Year 5 really enjoyed yesterday’s visit from The Young ‘uns, a BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Winning band. The band had the class captivated with their interactive tales and songs, which also made links to British Values.

More details about the band can be found on their website www.theyounguns.co.uk 

 

Talk Topic week 3

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Following on from last week’s Healthy eating, this week we ask the children to consider:

If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be and why?