Eagle Class – Year 5

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Our Work 2018-2019

Eco Day – Renewable Energy – Science Garden

Eco Day – Renewable Energy – Science Garden

What a great Eco Day! This morning we harvested tomatoes, carrots and found some other vegetables lurking beneath the ground. Some of our grown-ups were here to help too as it was parent/carer week. We also undertook some research about renewable energy, then drafted our own report, and after lunch recorded our presentations like a news broadcast.  Take a look….. ...

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Arts Week

Arts Week

Arts Week We have been admiring ourselves and drawing self-portraits.  We have been using different pencil techniques to create shading and texture. We have also been studying Picasso and using his art as inspiration for our own. Check out some of our own Picasso Pastel Portraits. ...

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What is a decimal number? How can you have a part of a number?

What is a decimal number? How can you have a part of a number?

What is a decimal number? How can you have a part of a number? We have been looking at place value, the decimal point and fractions of numbers.  We can show a whole, a tenth and a hundredth using different equipment.. ...

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We Love Reading and acting out stories

We Love Reading and acting out stories

We Love Reading and acting out stories

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RE Day

RE Day

RE Day Today we have searched for religious landmarks on google maps and their discovered why they are important.  We also looked at Parables and stories that we can learn from, we even wrote some of our own and shared them with our year 5 team… ...

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Handwriting Club

Handwriting Club

Handwriting Club Mr Murrell will have us forming our letters properly very soon… ...

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School Trip

School Trip

School Trip Today we traveled to the National Army Museum for a science workshop about forces. We discussed the force of gravity and the effect of air resistance, then made parachutes in a range shapes out of different materials.  We also enjoyed exploring all the interactive exhibits. Take a look…   ...

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What is friction?

What is friction?

Friction Rubbing both hands together to create heat. A sled sliding across snow or ice. Skis sliding against snow. A person sliding down a slide is an example of sliding friction. A coaster sliding against a table. A washing machine pushed along a floor. We experimented with the force of friction, pulling our shoes across different surfaces using Newton meters….. ...

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Maritime Museum Trip

Maritime Museum Trip

Maritime Museum Trip During London week we visited the Maritime Museum in Greenwich.  The children enjoyed looking at ocean travel and tools from different eras.  We also saw the famous Cutty Sark ship, built on the river Clyde in 1869. ...

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