Hello and welcome to Elm Class!
Teacher: Mr Wearmouth
Teaching Assistant: Miss Wynn
Each Friday the children will receive literacy, maths and spelling homework. Homework is due back on the following Wednesday and the class spelling test will take place on a Friday morning.
P.E takes place on a Friday afternoon. A school P.E kit is provided and every child must remember their trainers.
This term, we will be learning all about the continent of Africa. We will be researching facts about the climate, culture and people who live in one of it's many countries.
In Literacy, we will be looking at safari parks in our persuasive writing and reading other short stories about African countries.
In maths, we will continue our work on multiplication and division along with new learning about fractions, decimals and units of measurement.
Why not research this amazing place yourself? Can you find out how many countries there are? Which is the largest country? How many languages are spoken?
To find out more, click on the links below:
In our computing lesson, we learned how to add QR codes to our non-chronological reports which the reader can then scan. It will then take them to a website for further information! It is very cool!
We are very lucky to receive recorder lessons from Mrs Kendrick every Tuesday. We have been learning about tempo, pitch and notations. Click on our video to see our progress since September!
We held our first poetry assembly for the whole school in November where we performed the following poems: I wandered lonely as a cloud by William Wordsworth, The Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll and Leisure by WH Davies. Some of the words were very difficult but we did a great job!
Autumn 1 Knowedge organiser for Lights, camera, action
Previous year 2018-2019
Bridge Building - Futures Fortnight
As part of our work during Futures Fortnight, we have been learning about the different kinds of jobs an engineer could do. We then designed and built our own bridges using card, paper, straws and tape. Which one will be the strongest?
Year 5 had a fantastic day at Bede’s world! We did lots of fun activities and even had an Anglo Saxon battle!
This term we have been investigating forces.
We conducted an investigation to find out which surfaces provided the greatest amount of friction.
The results were very surprising.