- Home Learning Year 5 - 13th July
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- Home Learning Year 5 - 22nd June
- Home Learning Year 5 - 15th June
- Home Learning Year 5 - 8th June
- Home Learning Year 5 - 1st June
- Home Learning Year 5- 18th May
- Home Learning Year 5 - 11th May
- Home Learning Year 5 - 4th May
- Home Learning Year 5 - April 27th
- Home learning - Year 5 - April 20th
Thursday 9th July
The children enjoyed hiding from Mrs Cawthorn in hide and seek and then they had to work in little groups to successfully light their own fire. They were challenged to keep their fire burning for as long as possible. They learned how important it is to be prepared with plenty of wood before they light the fire and they developed their resilience and patience. At the end of the session, they safely put their fires out and left no trace.
Thursday 9th July art class
We finished work linked to our class read 'This Morning I Met A Whale'.
We recreated the Christian Birmingham illustration from the front cover using chalks.
We also researched into the real 2006 Thames Whale spotting and wrote a newspaper report.
We learned about the Bridges over the River Thames in central London and created our own bubble bridges map with our bridge drawings. We have really enjoyed reading Michael Morpurgo's story and can't wait to see what happens at the end!
Monday 6th July
Sports Bubble Event Practice.
How many can you do in a minute? Challenges
Egg and spoon race
We are really looking forward to put Bubble's Sport event next week!
Friday 3rd July
Making cheese and chocolate chip bread dough.
Using the knives to peel the bark from a stick to cook the bread on the fire. We enjoyed eating our breads and then finished with a game of hide and seek!
Wednesday 1st July - Year 5 bubble art session this afternoon
Thursday 25th June - Year 5 Bubble forest school session
This afternoon we baked lemon buns in our cardboard box and tinfoil oven and chocolate orange cakes on the fire. We worked in pairs to communicate and lead each other through the long grass in blindfolds and then had fun with our 'not a sticks' , before trying our delicious bakes.
Friday 19th June, 2020
Friday morning's forest school session consisted of predator and prey, fire lighting, folding saw skills, food prep, cooking halloumi and veg skewers on the fire and 'It's not a stick' fun in the sun.
Mr Cawthorn would like a special mention to Harry H. for his editing skills.
This afternoon, the children worked together to dismantle the den and rebuilt their own den in a different location. It had to be sturdy, protects against wind and rain, provide warmth, be camouflaged and fit up to 7 children in.
We saw fantastic teamwork, problem solving and effort. They then played a game of predator and prey. We managed to get a fire going in the rain and burning long enough to make hot chocolate and toast marshmallows to make smores. Lots of forest fun had by all.
Week Commencing 8.6.20:
Year 5 Bubble pictures. Maths:- Estimating and measuring volumes of shapes (using cubes). 3D shape nets. Playtime:- Boules on the playground.
A message from Mrs Cawthorn to the Kestrels...
A message from Miss May to the Kestrels...
A message from Mrs Holman to the Kestrels...
Forest Schools 12 March
Forest Schools 5 March
Forest School on 28 February
Our visit to Mars! We wrote the opening of our adventure story surrounded by Martian inspiration
W/C 20th January 2020
Topic work - We learnt about Geocentrism and Heliocentrism in beliefs - we also played the part of important astronomers in a dramatisation.
RE - sorting cards into religious and non-religious lifestyle personal choices or sacrifices.
Hidden Horizons came to visit us with their incredible space dome!
Football with Mr Meade
Speed Dating with planets!
Week 3 geography using Atlases to find European countries and their capital cities
Reading focus - predicting what would happen in our class read - George and the Blue Moon
In year 5 and 6 Madam Cawthorn asked the children to write a postcard in French to our twinned school in Millau, France. They introduced themselves and discussed their opinions of colours and pets. We are hoping for a reply soon. Excellent Francais!
RE Debate - is the true meaning of Christmas still alive?
Bah Humbug Performance
Building circuits as part of our DT project, the finished circuits are to go inside our houses that we're building!
Here we are building simple circuits while investigating conductors, insulators and switches in science.
In maths we are learning to multiply and divide numbers by 10, 100 and 1000
Kestrels first tennis lesson
Glazing poppies with Miss Palmer
Science lesson - testing air resistance
Final session of gymnastics
Y5 Pottery Class with Miss Palmer
Kestrels and Buzzards had a special guest visit from Miss Palmer who came in to teach ceramics to the Year 5 children as part of a art project. They made ceramic poppies which will form part of a remembrance project in November.