This morning, Year 5 contributed to Friday’s cake bake sale by making white chocolate cornflake crunchies. As I’m sure you’ll agree, they look rather delicious! A huge thank you to Charlie and Liam for their superb domestic skills when washing up!
Year 5 had an excellent Express Event today painting their clay sugar skull masks! Thank you to all the parents who joined us to create these wonderful masterpieces.
Year 5 had a fabulous (if rather messy) time preparing their Mexican clay masks for our Express Event next Wednesday afternoon. Manipulating the clay was slightly harder than they first anticipated; the results however were definitely worth the effort! A huge thank you to Mrs Hughes for organising and supplying the equipment.
Birch class had an enjoyable afternoon reproducing art work using colours and styles indigenous to Mexico. We learnt why certain colours are frequently used by Mexican artists and why bright blue is also a common colour used within their art.
Year 5 have had a fantastic World Book Day! The character costumes that many of the children wore were brilliant and incredibly creative. All of the class participated in different activities throughout the day; their attitude and behaviour has been exemplary, especially when reading with the younger members of our school. Well done Birch class!
In Year 5 this week, we have been learning about Capacity. We started the week by estimating how much liquid could fit into various containers, including a milk bottle, cleaning spray, can of fizzy drink and a large tub of glue.
We made Mexican Chilli con carne in year 5 today; the children chopped, added and mixed all the ingredients themselves and created a delicious dish. The children got to taste the dish and mostly agreed that it was tasty – it must have been the chocolate we added!!
Well done to the children who took part in the Spelling Bee. Year 5 had some very tough words and the three children who entered worked extremely hard to practise their words. We are very proud of you.
Thank you to everyone who was able to attend our Express Event this term. We had lots of fun investigating which tools would be the best substructure for a bird’s beak. We used tweezers, a big peg, a little peg, scissors and thumb and finger to pick up grains of rice.