Year 5 conducted a science investigation this afternoon, testing different surfaces for friction. We discovered that the hall created less friction than any other surface.
Year 5 had their first lesson playing the clarinet today! Mr Vinall was very impressed with their efforts.
Year 5 practised their passing and shooting skills today by trying to knock over as many cones as possible. They worked really hard and had lots of fun.
Lots of fun and giggles were had this morning when year 5 had a turn on the inflatables. A big thank you to Mr Gladwell and year 6 for sharing this event with us.
Year 5 had their last express event of the academic year today and enjoyed designing their ideal bedroom. A big thank you to everyone that came in and joined us, especially on such a hot afternoon!
Year 5 combined nature and maths this afternoon when carrying out some investigations outside on the field and in the woodlands. They proved harder than the children first thought- especially trying to find a right angle in nature!
A huge well done to all of year 5 for performing so well today in their clarniet assembly. The hard work this year has been worth it as you sounded brilliant. Big thanks go to Mr Vinall for teaching Birch class since September and also to all of the parents for coming in today to … Continue reading
Year 5 had a great time this afternoon raising money for a great cause. Lots of laps were completed and the children have been sponsored to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Year 5 had a great time this afternoon completing team building exercises on the field. A big thank you to Creed Outdoor Learning for setting these up for us.
After finding out about different genetic characteristics last week, this week Birch class surveyed the class to see who did and didn’t have each characteristic. They then used this data to create bar charts. We found the most common characteristic was tongue rolling and the least common was having a cleft chin.