So incredibly proud of you KS2. What a wonderful concert!
4 members of Class 5 volunteered to assist with our visitors from Open The Book in Assembly this week. They worked with the Open the Book team to retell an important Bible story. Well done !
For our Christmas Fayre stall all of the children in Class 5 produced an individually hand-stitched Christmas tree. Thank you to all of the families who bought the decorations and contributed towards the total raised by the All Saints Christmas Fayre. The children worked really hard on their decorations and… Read more »
Last week we were joined in class by Mr.Simpson who spoke to us about his amazing work in the Antarctic, flying teams of people from the BBC Natural History team so that they could film, work and discover more about this amazing part of the world. We were so lucky… Read more »
Hello Class 5 Your Maths homework this week is find 5-10 different angles in and around your house, and measure them as accurately as you can. You may like to take photos of the angles and then record your measurements. Alternatively, you could draw the angles in your Maths homework… Read more »
Hello Class 5 Well done on finding your homework for the next 2 weeks. I would like you to do some creative homework based around the question : Why would I like to visit Antarctica ? You can answer this question in anyway you would like. You might want to… Read more »
In Topic we are learning about Ernest Shackleton. He was an explorer who went on three expeditions to reach the South Pole. The third expedition was a failure because his ship sank but he managed to save all his men. Recently in our English books we have been researching about… Read more »
I am reading technology ,a book about different machines like robots,computers,transport and lots more. Last week we had a French lesson that was AWESOME! I defiantly learnt a lot of French.
Maths Monday 19th November In maths we have been learning about the bus stop and chunking method. I really enjoyed learning how to do bus stop method and I love the way Mr Hutchings always gives us a challenge as I love being challenged in maths.
Class 5 wore non-uniform, along with other members of the school community for a donation towards Children in Need.