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Year 5!

Please click on the link below to find out what Year 5 will be learning this year.

Please click on the link below to find out about what we will be learning this half term.

Please click the link below to see a copy of Year 5's daily timetable.

As part of Clean Air Month, Year 5 have been completing some fieldwork activities to learn more about how clean the air is around our school.

The children have been busy this week learning all about angles.

Super science week Year 5!

What amazing chefs we have in Year 5- well done everyone!

Year 5 have been learning all about South America today and have used their map reading skills to solve a range of challenges- well done team!

Year 5 have been working very hard in their music lessons- well done everybody!

Year 5 have had a wonderful day at Salford Quays completing a range of fieldwork activities in addition to taking photographs inspired by our work on Neil Roland.


Please click on the link below to find out what we are learning about this half term.

In science, Year 5 have been learning about different parts of flowers and their functions. Please ask you child about it at home to see what they can remember.

Happy Earth Day from Year 5! We have been learning about the importance of helping the environment this week. We have written pledges to try to reduce the amount of plastic, power and water we use. We have also helped to keep our school clean today by using the litter pickers after the wind blew some rubbish onto the playground.

Orienteering in the sunshine!

Learning about Autism as part of Autism Awareness Week

We have enjoyed working in teams to separate different materials this afternoon. Well done everyone!

Working in teams to find and solve maths problems.

The children in Year 5 have been learning to be kind to others and themselves. They have created a display filled with kind words about their classmates.



Click on the link below to find out what Year 5 will be learning this year.

To find out what Year 5 will be up to this term, please click on the link below...



Click HERE to have a go at some fun maths games


Click HERE to work on SPaG skills



Click HERE to brush up on your Spanish skills



Click HERE to learn more about map reading



Click HERE to learn more about space



Click HERE for some fun ways to stay fit and healthy



Super artwork in Year 5! Well done everyone!

Spanish Day

Year 5 have created their own recipes using seasonal produce. They enjoyed tasting lots of different dishes and have been inspired to recreate them at home.

Lego Robot Workshop

Year 5 have worked hard writing and performing our own news reports based on our class text Beowulf.

Year 5 have been planning and carrying out experiments in science today. They have been learning lots about properties of materials and how materials change.

Year 5 have been exploring a burial site this afternoon to try to answer our enquiry question: why did the Anglo-Saxons come to England and how do we know?

Circuit training with our Year 1 buddies.

Year 5 have had a great morning at Salford Quays, completing lots of fieldwork activities.

Well done to all of the children in Year 5 for a brilliant ‘fantastic finish!’ Thank you to all of the parents who were able to come.

Learning about Christmas in Spain with Yolanda

Working hard during Workout Wednesday!

Year 5 had a great time at Urmston Grammar School. In addition to learning more about space, we made our own rockets and launched them across the playing fields. Lots of great scientific understanding was used when discussing why some rockets flew further than others.

Ancient Greek workshop

Well done to all of the Year 5 children who competed at the indoor athletics competition. We are very proud of you all!

Science Religious Education
English Maths


Maths SPAG

PE- Gymnastics





RE- Islam






PSHE- Image result for happy faces

PE- Tennis




History- Anglo Saxons and Viking Invasions




Science-Changing materials









UPDATE: Another butterfly emerged this afternoon. Luckily, I was able to catch the moment on camera. Check out the video below...

Still image for this video
UPDATE: Two more butterflies emerged this morning! Aren't they beautiful?! I will update the website as more butterflies emerge from their cocoons.  Whilst living in the butterfly house, they have fruit and sugar water to drink. The butterflies can stay inside the butterfly house for 2-5 days and can then be released into the wild. I will upload photographs of them flying away and post them on the website, when it is time for them to be released. 

Butterfly number one has emerged from its cocoon!

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