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AfPE Quality MarkAfPE Quality Mark

Youth Sport Trust Quality MarkYouth Sport Trust Quality Mark

PE Premium Award Winner - Whole School ImprovementPE Premium Award Winner - Whole School Improvement

School Games AwardSchool Games Award

The Primary EdgeThe Primary Edge

Eco-Schools Bronze AwardEco-Schools Bronze Award

Welcome to Year 5!

Welcome to year 5! On our page you will find out the things we are up to and any useful links which we discover throughout the year.

Year 5 is an important year as the children make their way to 'Upper Key Stage 2'. Our work continues to be challenging yet appropriately matched to the children's needs and we love to extend ourselves into things which really make us think! It is important that we work on things which we need to improve to help our work forward.

In year 5, we love having a fun time as enjoying our time at school as well as improving what we know and how we do things. We'd really like for you to come and visit us or even become part of our class!

Mrs Moss (class teacher)

PE DaysPE DaysPE Days

Our PE days are Monday and Friday.

These may change without notice so please make sure PE kits are brought in each Monday and left until Friday. Thank you. 

HomeworkHomeworkHomework

Children will bring homework home on a Friday and it is to be handed back in at school by the following Wednesday.

Thank you.

Please find below some of the things we have been doing this year...

Year 5 took their Digital Buddy roles very seriously when introducing our Foundation Stage children to the school ICT suite. They taught them how to log on, create and colour images on Purple Mash and some even had an R.E lesson about Hanukkah.  

Year 5 have been investigating 'Forces' in Science and set out to discover whether the type of material a parachute was made from would affect air resistance. They carefully identified their control variables and expertly crafted their own parachutes to begin finding the answer. After several attempts at parachuting to gain reliable results, they found out that felt had greater air resistance than voile and paper.

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