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Mr Dean and Miss Hankinson
Class 5 news...
Year 5 started making some wonderful models using gears and pulleys as part of their DT topic. The challenge was to design a fairground ride!
Great work class 5!
Year 5 have started planning a diary entry from the perspective of Henry, using the fantastic vocabulary they have collected over the last couple of weeks. Excellent work indeed, as these example prove!
Photographs from our list to Shy Lowen earlier today.
Year 5 continue to produce excellent examples of vocabulary as they continue with their text ‘Henry’s Freedom Box’.
Are you able to read as a reader? What do these words and phrases suggest to you? How do they make you feel?
The class were amazed the story is based on a true account of a runaway slave!
Year 5 have started work on their new English text, ‘Henry’s Freedom Box’.
The class have made predictions about the book, while also exploring vocabulary and phrases. Look at some our wonderful work so far! We would love to read your comments…
Hope everyone is having a great break and looking forward to some New Years Eve celebrations. How are you all getting on on TT Rockstars and Spelling Shed? I am just about to try and beat my score on TT Rockstars but I don’t think I will be getting anywhere near your scores!
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Year 5 have enjoyed a weaving session in Art – after some practice earlier in the week, the class used wool to weave and the results were fantastic! Excellent work everybody!
The children have completed English work based on the magnificent Philippe Petit after reading the text The Man Who Walked Between the Towers.
Click on the link to be redirected to a site that includes some images showing his walk across the wire and an interview with Philippe himself.
Year 5 have made their final designs for the 88 Pianists project, inventions that will allow 88 people to play a single piano at the same time! Have we seen the winning design for the record breaking event next year?
Year 5 and Year 6 have taken part in the 88 Pianists project. This is a national project to break the record for the number of people playing a piano at the same time. The classes worked alongside Liverpool University engineers to come up with a record breaking design. The ideas will be developed in the next session.