Class 5

Miss King

Welcome to Class 5

Hello and welcome to Class 5. We might be small in number but we’re big in fun, living and learning with a joyous heart. There are lots of exciting activities and topics planned for this upcoming year so keep an eye out for what we’ve been doing in school.

 

 

Science Day

Class 5 enjoyed  Science Day, taking part in an ‘Oceans of Noise’ workshop, delivered by ORCA Your Seas Education Programme. This followed on from the work they did at their trip to the Science Festival in September, learning more about dolphins, whales...

History of Medicine

After the success of the MacBeth Production before Christmas, using the money raised, Year 6 were able to benefit from a fabulous afternoon workshop looking at the key aspects of their ‘History of Medicine’ topic. This involved some great activities and...

Graffiti Art

Literacy lessons  in Class 5 have taken on an artistic flavour, they are studying graffiti! They were visited on Tuesday by Sandy Duff  who is part of the Youth Participation Team at the Sage. He is a graffiti expert and works with artists who are commissioned to...

Northern Saints

Year 6 have been studying all about the Northern Saints. Inspired by the life of Saint Cuthbert , once Bishop of Lindisfarne, who spent many years living as a hermit on Inner Farne, surviving on what the land offered him and dedicating his life to God through prayer....

Science Day!

Class 5 enjoyed their first Science Day, particularly the visit from ‘Bugs n Stuff,’ which allowed them to meet some of the weird and wonderful creatures of the rainforest. These included: stick insects, a tarantula, a rare Silk Moth, a Hissing Cockroach,...

Super Skipping!!

Class 5 took part in a skipping skills workshop, where they learnt basic skipping moves and some new techniques. Skipping has taken off in the school yard! We can see it is already become our new craze! Next year one class from key stage 2 will take part in a skipping...

Macbeth Masks

During DT sessions as part of their topic ‘Macbeth’, Class 5 have produced dramatic and striking 3-D masks of the three witches. In constructing the masks the children have employed a range of techniques and media. Firstly they covered balloons in paper...

Magical Macbeth!

Class 5 are learning all about Shakespeare and studying his most bloody play, dare they say the name, ‘Macbeth.’ This week they have been acting out scenes, this included murder, and lots of dramatic dying, the staff wondered what all the screaming was about! If all...

Dissolving Discoveries!

Class 5 have started their new science topic – More About Dissolving! Mrs Williams set them some tricky challenges to separate mixtures of materials. [nggallery id=48]...

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