Welcome to Class Five’s blog page. We will keep you updated with the fun and exciting things we get up to everyday via our Twitter feed and blog. We would really appreciate you commenting on our posts and letting us know what you think.
Mr Dean and Miss Hankinson
Class 5 news...
Tahjae and Juwana from Class 5 wanted to record their views on their favourite books by Pamela Butchart. The series is very popular in school, we even had to buy more copies to keep up with demand! Pamela has been very supportive of the children and they have loved to hear about her responding to our tweets. Please watch the video and then leave them a comment below.One Comment
Juwana and Fathima from Class 5 have produced a video book review to recommend the Ottoline series of books by Chris Riddell. The series is a very firm favourite with the children who have loved following the adventures of Ottoline. Find out more in the video clip below and maybe leave a comment. The children would love to hear your thoughts on the review or on the books.3 Comments
Members of Year 5 took part in a special assembly to speak about Ramadan and Eid. Fathima had some wonderful knowledge and Adam shared his experiences. Well done, Eid Mubarak!
For Refugee Week our whole school will be joining together to spread the message that our school is a school that welcomes everybody.
To show this, we will be performing a song by Frank Turner called Be More Kind as whole school, singing together to make our message heard.
You can hear the video by clicking on this link.
Year 5 have been developing their DT skills as they investigated frame structures. The children had to measure and cut a piece of wood. They showed great technical ability!
Year 5 enjoyed a visit to the Atkinson museum in Southport to take in their Viking exhibition – all part of their class Topic work. The children had the opportunity to see some fantastic artefacts – hoards of Viking coins, jewellery and items of clothing. This wonderful historical evidence helped paint a different picture of Viking life, revealing them to be more than just fierce warriors.