Year 5 - Elephants
Mrs Spyrou, Mrs Birnie and Miss Magdij would like to welcome you to the Year 5 class webpage
Calling all year 5's! We will be looking for 15 Anti Bullying Leaders in September. Apply now to be considered.
To you from us
Eastlands have created a support network sheet for you to complete if you feel you would like to. It is made up of those people around you who look after you, help you when you have a problem, listen to you when you are talking, laugh with you when you have fun and make sure you are healthy and well cared for. Who is part of your supportive network? Although you are not coming to school, we can still be there to support you. With a grown up, can you make a supportive hand? Click on the picture to download a hand.
There have been big changes in our lives because of coronavirus, so the Children's Commissioner has created a children’s guide to coronavirus to help explain the situation. The guide aims to answer children’s questions about coronavirus, tell children how to stay safe and protect other people and how to help them make the best of their time at home. Click on the picture below to download the guide. This will take a few moments.
20/03/2020 - We regret to inform you that the yr5 York residential has now been cancelled.
Full refunds will be sent to you in due course.
Please click on the photograph to view the York presentation for parents.
We have been using geoboards in our maths lesson. We were investigating area and perimeter of non-rectilinear shapes.
Year 5 Elephants have presented their hopes, dreams and aspirations during their class assembly. Please click the picture below to view the powerpoint.
Digital Biome Project
For the past four weeks we've been working on creating iMovie trailers based on the game No Man's Sky, making connections with our Biome theme. Tasks included using still screenshots, video clips (and a comparison of the two) and voiceover narration.
You can watch the videos by following the link to the class SeeSaw blog here.
|Year 5 Elephants were delighted to receive their dictionaries from the Rotary Club of Rugby. We really appreciate their generosity in helping to promote a lifelong love of learning.|